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ANNUAL REPORT 2010
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Title:
Annual Report of MEFSB - Education, Science and Research
Editorial Board:
Dražan Kozak, Slavonski Brod
Marija Živić, Slavonski Brod
Ivica Kladarić, Slavonski Brod
Tomislav Šarić, Slavonski Brod
Goran Šimunović, Slavonski Brod
Pero Raos, Slavonski Brod
Todor Ergić, Slavonski Brod
Vlatko Marušić, Slavonski Brod
Editor-in-Chief:
Dražan Kozak
Technical Editing, Design & Computer Typesetting:
Milan Kljajin
Address of Editorial Board:
Strojarski fakultet
Trg Ivane Brlić-Mažuranić 2
35000 Slavonski Brod, Croatia
e-mail: [email protected]
Translation:
Željka Rosandić
Publisher:
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod (MEFSB),
Croatia
Annual report published yearly
Circulation:
300 issues
Printed in Croatia
Print:
Grafika, Osijek
UDK 378.6(497.5 Slavonski Brod)=111
ISSN 1847-7429
Key title Annual report of MEFSB
Abbreviated key title Annu. rep. MEFSB
Volume II
Number 1
Pages 1-180
ANNUAL REPORT 2010
Contents
Preface
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Introduction
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
Study Programmes
Students
Scientific Activities
Cooperation with the Economy
Management of Faculty
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Organization and Employees
Department for Mechanical Design
Department for Production Engineering
Department for Materials Engineering
Department for Industrial Engineering
Chair for Common Subjects
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Study Programmes
Undergraduate Study: Mechanical Engineering
Graduate Study: Mechanical Engineering
Postgraduate Specialist Study:
Development of Products and Technologies
Postgraduate Doctoral Study: Mechanical Engineering
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Scientific and Research Projects
Submitted New Projects
Accepted New Projects
Junior Researchers
Defended PhD Theses
University Specialists of Mechanical Engineering
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Activities of Departments
Department for Mechanical Design
Department for Production Engineering
Department for Materials Engineering
Department for Industrial Engineering
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International Collaboration
International Projects
Visits to the MEFSB within the CEEPUS Funding Sheme
Signed Agreements on International Collaboration
International Students Exchange
Erasmus Mobility Programme
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Other Events
Power Plant Symposium for Students in Slavonski Brod
English in Action at MEFSB: Business Communication Skills
Lectures held at MEFSB
Festival of Science 2010
Visit to the European Centre for Renewable Energy in Güssing
Conference on Engineering Research
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Contents
Publications
Published Books
Annual Report of MEFSB for 2009
Tehnički vjesnik - Technical Gazette
Strojarstvo - 35th anniversary of J. J. Strossmayer University
of Osijek
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137
138
140
Organization of Conferences
PLIN 2010 (GAS 2010)
TEAM 2010 (Technics, Education, Agriculture & Management)
Strojarski izazov (Mechanical Engineering Challenge)
ICMEM 2010
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Students’ Activities
Study Visit to SAME DEUTZ-FAHR Žetelice d.o.o. in Županja
Study Visit to TŽV GREDELJ d.o.o. in Zagreb
Sports Activities
Huawei Summer Camp 2010
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Social Activities
Visit to Zagreb and Krapina
Advent in Vienna
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In Memoriam
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Published Results
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The Last Archived
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Map of Slavonski Brod
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ANNUAL REPORT 2010
Preface
Dear Readers,
you hold in your hands the second edition of the Annual Report on
education, scientific and research activities of the staff of the
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod (MEFSB), J.
J. Strossmayer University of Osijek in 2010. After the first
enthusiastic edition which was warmly welcomed by our
colleagues and friends abroad, the second one is more
comprehensive, encompassing also the data on the study
programmes, cooperation with industry and social events. The
basic idea of this Report is still the same as before, i.e. to present
educational and scientific activities of our departments,
introducing you with the new equipment in our laboratories, the
projects for industry, the published papers, the important events
and realised international cooperation in the last year.
I would like to thank our Vice-Dean for Science – Prof. dr. sc.
Marija Živić who did once again great work collecting and
processing all important information and preparing them in
publishing-ready format. Many thanks go to our Heads of the
Departments who presented the research activities of their Chairs.
Prof. Željka Rosandić helped us to translate all the material into
English and Prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin designed the final layout of
the publication.
Furthermore, I sincerely hope that you will find some interesting
data in this brochure for yourself and if you get some idea on how
to improve the cooperation with our Faculty, the main aim of this
publication will be fulfilled.
As the Dean who initiated and further promoted this idea, I would
like to express my deepest satisfaction with the whole project that
will definitely become a tradition at the Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod.
In Slavonski Brod, May 2011
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
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Introduction
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod is a part of
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek that has 11 faculties,
5 university departments, 1 Academy of Arts, 2 Student Centres
and 1 City and University Library (which makes up a total of
22.340 members of the university academic community).
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Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod is an
independent legal subject located at the main square in Slavonski
Brod which is named after our famous author of children's books Ivana Brlić Mažuranić.
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Mechanical engineering study programmes started at this Faculty
in 1962 and next year we shall celebrate 50th anniversary of
mechanical engineering study in Slavonski Brod, and therefore
Fourth Conference TEAM 2012 will be organised in Slavonski
Brod by the International TEAM Society: University of Applied
Sciences of Slavonski Brod, Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod and GAMF Kecskemét College, Hungary.
Furthermore, a rich programme will be arranged during the whole
year.
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The courses were a part of the Centre for part-time education of
Polytechnic of Zagreb. After the integration of Polytechnic with
Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture Faculty in 1967
into Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
(FSB) in Zagreb, the Centre for part-time education in Slavonski
Brod continued to function as FSB Centre for Mechanical
Engineering Study in Slavonski Brod. When J. J. Strossmayer
University of Osijek was founded in 1975, the Centre for
Mechanical Engineering Study became a constituent part of the
University. In 1979, Mechanical Engineering Faculty was
founded as a part of 'Mechanical Engineering Institute' of Đuro
Đaković factory, and since 1991 Mechanical Engineering Faculty
is an independent scientific-educational institution which is the
constituent part of the J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek.
In 2010, we celebrated 35th anniversary
of J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek and
on this occasion a special issue of Strojarstvo
was published (Vol. 52, No 2) with scientific
and professional papers written by professors
and assistants from the University (2/3 were
from Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod).
Today, the Mechanical Engineering Faculty
has 30 members of academic staff with PhDs
(11 full professors, 10 associate professors,
2 assistant professors, 7 senior assistants),
4 members holding teaching titles (senior
lecturers/lecturers), 9 scientific researchers/
assistants and 10 other employees (associates,
laboratory technicians, system engineers).
The ratio of the teaching staff to the number
of students is adequate for different study
programmes according to the Bologna
process.
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Study Programmes
There are different programmes at Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod: university undergraduate study
programme and university graduate study programme, as well as
postgraduate doctoral study programme and postgraduate
specialist study programme.
University undergraduate and graduate study programme
Production Mechanical Engineering (3,5+1,5 scheme) will
continue up to academic year 2013/14, i.e. until the generation of
2009/10 graduates.
The first generation of undergraduate study programme
Mechanical Engineering (3+2 scheme) enrolled in 2010/11.
University undergraduate study Mechanical Engineering lasts for
6 semesters. Upon completion of studies, student obtains 180
ECTS and student is awarded academic title: University
Baccalaureus Engineer (Mechanical Engineering), (univ. bacc.
ing. mech.).
The dean of Faculty
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
University graduate study programme Mechanical Engineering
lasts for 4 semesters and there are 4 modules: Materials
Engineering, Manufacturing Logistics, Mechanical Engineering
Technologies, Design and Development of Products. Upon
completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS and student is
awarded academic title: Master of Mechanical Engineering (mag.
ing. mech.).
On 4 June 2010, a Graduation Ceremony was held at Elementary Music School "Ivan Zajc" (at Fortress Brod) for:
university baccalaureus/baccalaurea engineers (27), professional baccalaureus/baccalaurea engineers (4),
graduate mechanical engineers (20), mechanical engineers (8) and university specialists for mechanical engineering (3).
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Since 2007/2008, there is also the postgraduate doctoral study
programme (field: Mechanical Engineering) with three modules:
Modern Manufacturing Processes, Modern Production
Management, Design and Numerical Modelling of Products. This
doctoral study lasts for 6 semesters. Upon completion of studies,
student obtains 300 ECTS and student is awarded academic title:
Doctor of Science (dr. sc.). There are 25 candidates at the
postgraduate doctoral study (13 candidates won their master's
degree, 13 won their doctor's degree).
Since 2006, there is also the postgraduate specialist study
programme: Development of Products and Technologies (field:
Mechanical Engineering) with four modules: Materials
Engineering, Modelling and Numerical Analysis of
Constructions, Application of Manufacturing Processes,
Production Management. Upon completion of studies, student
obtains 90 ECTS and student is awarded academic title:
University Specialist of Mechanical Engineering (univ. spec.
mech.). There are 13 candidates at the postgraduate specialist
study (7 won their degree).
The vice-dean for education
Prof. dr. sc. Ivica Kladarić
The Graduation Ceremony for 65 mechanical engineers was held
on 4 June 2010. There were 27 university baccalaureus /
baccalaurea engineers, 4 professional baccalaureus / baccalaurea
engineers, 20 graduate mechanical engineers, 8 mechanical
engineers and 3 university specialists of mechanical engineering.
During this ceremony, the best students (Dino Bučević-Keran,
Mladen Radman, Matej Štajduhar, Marinko Ošap and Ivan
Podgorski) received Dean's Award, and the best graduates (Denis
Sabo, Sara Havrlišan, Danijel Kutičić and Marko Zovko) received
award from Holding "Đuro Đaković". The award for best graduate
of generation was given to Danijela Pezer.
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The vice-dean for development and
cooperation with the economy
Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić, the best graduate
of generation Danijela Pezer and CEO of
Holding "Đuro Đaković" Zdravko Stipetić
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Students
Currently, there are 720 students at the Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod (including all programmes: university
undergraduate study, university graduate study, and the study
programmes before the Bologna process). Out of 32 generations
of enrolled students, the following graduated: 545 at university
undergraduate studies, 429 at professional undergraduate studies
(before the Bologna process). There are 48 students with title:
Baccalaureus Engineer (university and professional) and 28
Masters of Mechanical Engineering.
The 6th generation according to the Bologna declaration was
enrolled in 2010/11 and for the first time, matriculation was based
on the results of State Matura exam.
Darko Damjanović, student of Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod, was one of the top (11) students in Croatia who
won a scholarship from one of the biggest high-tech companies in
the world: Huawei Technologies, China. This scholarship was part
of the project "Huawei Summer Camp 2010" organized by the
Chinese company Huawei Technologies and Office of the
President of the Republic of Croatia. The scholarship covered all
the expenses for the trip to People's Republic of China in the time
period of 24 to 31 July 2010 and visit to some of the largest cities in
China: Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Shanghai (see more on the
page 149).
Darko Damjanović
Darko Damjanović is the first on right
of the President of the Republic of Croatia
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Scientific Activities
Professors of MEFSB are in charge of numerous research projects
(international, technological, IT, etc.). Currently, there are 11
research projects, bilateral projects of cooperation with Slovenia
and Serbia; and our teaching staff is involved in 5 CEEPUS
projects, ERASMUS project, and IPA IIIC project that are in their
evaluation stage.
Mechanical Engineering Faculty is a co-organiser of several
conferences (national and international). It is significant that
several conferences have been held on natural gas (in cooperation
with HEP Plin, d.o.o. Osijek), as well as the conferences on
welding and allied techniques: "Robotization and Automation in
Welding and Other Techniques" (in cooperation with Society for
Welding SB and Holding Đuro Đaković). The Second
International Scientific and Expert Conference TEAM 2010
(Technics, Education, Agriculture & Management) was held on 4
and 5 November 2010 in Kecskemét, Hungary. It was organized
by the International TEAM Society: University of Applied
Sciences of Slavonski Brod, Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod and Kecskemét College, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering andAutomation, Kecskemét, Hungary.
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The 1 International Scientific Conference on Manufacturing
Engineering & Management ICMEM 2010 took place on 21 - 23
November 2010, in Prešov, Slovakia. Conference was organized
by Department of Manufacturing Management, Faculty of
Manufacturing Technologies, Technical University of Košice
with a seat in Prešov, Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod, Faculty of Management Czestochowa University
of Technology, Poland and Faculty of Economic Sciences Valahia
University of Targoviste, Romania.
Fourth Strojarski izazov (Mechanical Engineering Challenge),
organized by the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski
Brod and ĐĐ Montaža (from 29 to 30 April 2010), welcomed all
the students and high school graduates from Slavonski Brod. The
main purpose of this manifestation is to show how knowledge and
experience can be successfully brought together.
Mechanical Engineering Faculty is also famous for publishing,
and we proudly point out 'Technical Gazette' which is the
scientific–professional journal that is published together with the
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the Faculty of Civil
Engineering of the University of Osijek. This journal is indexed in
SCI Expanded base (from Volume 15, Number 1, 2008). Our
professors are also very prolific authors with 42 books, 32 internal
publications, all of which enriches the existing library holdings in
our Faculty Library with a sole purpose of making knowledge
more available to our students.
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Details from unique event
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4 Mechanical Engineering Challenge,
Slavonski Brod, April 29-30, 2010
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Cooperation with the Economy
The cooperation with the economy is based on the education and
on solving various research-development tasks. Furthermore,
professional consults and expertise can also be offered.
The teachers of the MEFSB are very active as advisors to a range
of businesses. They can offer scientific contribution in different
development and research tasks, as well as the expertise dealing
with production and product quality. Together with the Croatian
Chamber of Mechanical Engineers, the MEFSB organises
numerous conferences as part of life-long learning.
Some projects of the cooperation with economy realized in 2010
and earlier are given in continuation.
Project title:
Numerical analysis of structures
Project coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
Short description: Technical report includes
results of numerical investigation of elasticplastic behaviour of pipelines between
overheater - overheater chamber, using finite
element method.
Associate: Josip Sertić, dipl. ing. stroj.
Project title:
Testing the durability of pressure
regulator membrane
Project coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos
Short description: The durability of gas
regulator membrane was tested. The testing
was used to determine the exact time period
when the membrane loses the initial properties.
Project title:
Technical training for heat treatment
operators
Project coordinator:
Prof. dr. sc. Dragomir Krumes
Short description: Technical training for heat
treatment operators was conducted. This
training encompassed theoretical, as well as
practical part.
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Project title:
Materials testing and weld joint
certification
Project coordinator:
Prof. dr. sc. Vlatko Marušić
Short description:
The following testing was performed:
- chemical composition of the base metal and added material,
- hardness,
- mechanical properties, technological properties, bending,
widening of pipes,
- metallographic investigation of the structure of base material and
weld.
Testing is done according to the appropriate ISO/EN/ASTM
Standards.
Project title:
Testing of shafts and choice of repair
technology
Project coordinator:
Prof. dr. sc. Vlatko Marušić
Short description: Rapid wear of elements of
tribopair of oil press occurs due to almost
simultaneous abrasion, adhesion, fatigue and
tribocorrosion. A shaft with characteristic wear
mechanisms is shown in the figure. Research
results were used for the choice of parameters
of welding with additional material based on
Cr-Mo (for repair welding of the shaft).
Characteristic wear mechanism of shaft
a) abrasion; b) adhesion; c) surface fatigue; d) tribocorrosion
Project title:
Revitalisation of boiler plant
management system
Project coordinator: Mr. sc. Vjekoslav Galzina
Short description: Revitalisation and
optimisation of boiler plant management was
done according to the needs of the company
Sladorana d.d. Županja.
Zahtjev
sa
distributora
Spremnik mazuta
Postrojenje za
pripremu mazuta
Dimnjak
Limiter i
selektor
Mjerenje temperature
dimnih plinova
PID
O2
PID
gorivo
Mjerenje protoka
mazuta
Regulacija protoka
mazuta
PID
zrak
Mjerenje sadržaja O2
u dimnim plinovima
Mjerenje protoka
zraka
Ventilator
Ložište
Regulacija protoka
zraka
Mjerenje protoka Regulacija protoka
plina
plina
Mjerenje temperature
dimnih plinova nakon predgrijača vode
Scheme of boiler combustion control
Values (after calibration)
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Project title:
Measuring of vibrations on a tank
Project coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Todor Ergić
Short description: Measuring of vibrations on a
tank was done in order to determine their
intensity. These results were used to reduce the
intensity of vibrations.
Project title:
Analysis of the project of energy
efficiency and use of renewable
energy sources
Project coordinator: Dr. sc. Štefanija Klarić
Short description: The analysis of the project of
energy efficiency and use of renewable energy
sources for municipality buildings in Okučani
and Stara Gradiška was performed (for the
company SOLING d.o.o.). Research results
show that energy efficiency has increased and
CO2 emission has reduced after the renovation
of buildings.
a)
b)
Municipality building (Stara Gradiška)(now)(a) and
municipality building (Okučani) (before renovation)(b)
Project title:
Determining the factors that caused
the accident of crane DEMAG HC 240
Project coordinator:
Prof. dr. sc. Franjo Matejiček
Short description: Mechanical-hydraulic
elements were tested and analysed in order to
determine the cause of the crane accident.
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Management of Faculty
Dean:
Dr. sc. Dražan Kozak, full prof.
E mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 400
mob. +385 91 446 01 01
Vice-dean for education:
Dr. sc. Ivica Kladarić, associate professor
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 453
mob. +385 91 446 01 02
Vice-dean for science:
Dr. sc. Marija Živić, associate professor
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 443
mob. +385 91 446 01 09
Vice-dean for development and
cooperation with the economy:
Dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić, associate professor
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 448 264
mob. +385 91 446 01 03
From left to the right: Ivica Kladarić, Mirjana Senić Moškun,
Dražan Kozak, Marija Živić, Tomislav Šarić
The Mechanical Engineering Faculty operates at three locations:
Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić Square 2 (Dean's Office, Secretary's
Office, Admission's Office, Accounting Department, lecturerooms and teachers' offices), Ivan Gundulić 20A (with computer
labs, tele-conference room (TCR), laboratory, library, lecturerooms and teachers' offices), and in the factory Đuro Đaković in
Mile Budak (with well-equipped laboratories and lecture-rooms).
The locations map is given on the page 179
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Secretary of the Faculty:
Mirjana Senić Moškun, dipl. iur.
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 447 792
mob. +385 91 446 01 04
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Organization and Employees
Department for Mechanical Design
Chair for Machine Parts and Design
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 417
Ivandić, Željko dr. sc. Associate Professor, Head of Chair
Kljajin, Milan dr. sc. Full Professor with Tenure
Kokanović, Mato dipl. ing. stroj. Assistant
Karakašić, Mirko dr. sc. Junior Researcher/Senior Assistant
Baškarić, Tomislav mag. ing. mech. Assistant
Chair for Mechanics and Strength
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 417
Matejiček, Franjo dr. sc. Full Professor with Tenure
Kozak, Dražan dr. sc. Full Professor, Dean
Ergić, Todor dr. sc. Associate Professor, Head of Chair, Head of
Department
Sertić, Josip dipl. ing. stroj. Assistant
Konjatić, Pejo dr. sc. Junior Researcher/Senior Assistant
Damjanović, Darko mag. ing. mech. Assistant
Chair for Energetics
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 411
Živić, Marija dr. sc. Associate Professor, Vice-Dean for Science
Hnatko, Emil dr. sc. Full Professor with Tenure
Stojkov, Marinko dr. sc. Associate Professor, Head of Chair
Zmaić, Željko dipl. ing. stroj. Assistant
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Department for Production Engineering
Chair for Casting and Deformation
Budić, Ivan dr. sc. Full Professor with Tenure
Grizelj, Branko dr. sc. Full Professor with Tenure, Head of
Chair
Cumin, Josip dipl. ing. stroj. Junior Researcher
Novoselović, Daniel dr. sc. Senior Assistant
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 426
Chair for Chip-forming and Polymers
Raos, Pero dr. sc. Full Professor with Tenure, Head of
Department
Stoić, Antun dr. sc. Associate Professor, Head of Chair
Pranić, Ante dipl. ing. stroj. Associate
Stojšić, Josip dipl. ing. stroj. Junior Researcher/Assistant
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 428
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 412
Chair for Welding and Surface Protection
Samardžić, Ivan dr. sc. Full Professor with Tenure, Vice-Rector
for Science, Technology, Projects and International Cooperation
Aračić, Stjepan dr. sc. Full Professor, Head of Chair
Klarić, Štefanija dr. sc. Assistant
Maglić, Leon dr. sc. Assistant Professor
Duspara, Miroslav dipl. ing. stroj. Junior Researcher/Assistant
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E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 440
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Department for Materials Engineering
Chair for Materials
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 420
Marušić, Vlatko dr. sc. Full Professor, Head of Department
Krumes, Dragomir dr. sc. Full Professor with Tenure
Milinović, Andrijana dr. sc. Junior Researcher/Senior Assistant
Rosandić, Željko dipl. ing. stroj. Assistant
Chair for Heat Treatment and Tribology
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 409
Marković, Radojka mr. sc. Senior Lecturer, Head of Chair
Kladarić, Ivica dr. sc. Associate Professor, Vice-Dean for
Education
Pecić, Vladimir dipl. ing. stroj. Associate
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Department for Industrial Engineering
Chair for Process Planning and Process Control
Lujić, Roberto dr. sc. Associate Professor, Head of Chair, Union
representative
Šimunović, Goran dr. sc. Associate Professor, Head of
Department
Matičević, Gordana dr. sc. Senior Assistant
Čičak, Mirjana mr. sc. Assistant
Mazurek, Miroslav dipl. ing. elteh. CARNet System Engineer
Kolesarić, Goran dipl. ing. stroj. Laboratory Technician
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 431
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 454
Chair for Maintenance and Computer Integrated
Manufacturing
Šarić, Tomislav dr. sc. Associate Professor, Vice-Dean for
Development and Cooperation with the Economy
Šimunović, Katica dr. sc. Assistant Professor, Head of Chair
Galzina, Vjekoslav mr. sc. Junior Researcher/Assistant
Galeta, Tomislav dr. sc. Assistant Professor
Svalina, Ilija dipl. ing. stroj. Assistant
Pezer, Danijela dipl. ing. stroj. Junior Researcher/Assistant
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E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 430
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Chair for Common Subjects
E-mail: [email protected]
tel. +385 35 493 438
Miljković, Zvonko mr. sc. Senior Lecturer, Head of Chair
Pavić, Zlatko mr. sc. Senior Lecturer
Rosandić, Željka prof. Lecturer
Novoselac, Vedran prof. Assistant
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Study Programmes
Undergraduate Study: Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineering, belonging to a technical field, contains
disciplines which include all phases and processes in a product
service life: from idea, design and construction, technology and
tools development, production planning and managing, providing
services, assembling, carrying out testing, putting in operation,
providing maintenance; up to recycling or ecological disposal of
waste at the end of the technical or economic service life.
Numerous employment opportunities of mechanical engineers
have also put additional demands on their education: it is
becoming necessary to gain basic knowledge of processes and
methodologies to understand and define the processes of change
in the chain of activities from idea to the finished product, its
exploitation and recycling. These methodologies are founded
both on modern theoretical models and procedures and
information technology support, and in particular on the
application of artificial intelligence (genetic algorithms, neural
networks, and expert systems).
The programme offers courses necessary to satisfy the
requirements of modern manufacturing (new technologies,
computer aided manufacturing logistics, information
technologies, methods of product development and design,
materials engineering). They will provide knowledge and skills
necessary for the development of production companies in order
to meet the terms, prices and quality of products and services able
to compete internationally.
The study is carried out at the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod. The lecturers from other Faculties of the Josip
Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek are also engaged. The
duration of the study is 6 semesters.
Before the lectures begin, the students can take courses in
Mathematics and Physics (30 hours) to make it easier for them to
understand the first year courses; or Introduction of Mechanical
Engineering (15 hours) - to acquire some basic technical
knowledge.
In the first year (1st and 2nd semester) the students take the core
subjects (mathematics, mechanics, materials and electrical
engineering) necessary for the understanding of professional
courses; courses in technical drawing and computer graphics and
computer applications for the use of software systems and
programmes in professional courses, as well as the elective
course, i.e. the technical foreign language (English or German),
which is required for the use of foreign technical literature.
In the second year (3rd and 4th semester), the students are provided
with the basic knowledge and skills necessary for independent
learning and mastering the technical expertise for their own
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profession (mathematics, materials, machine parts, production
methods, strength of materials, thermodynamics and
maintenance).
In the third year (5th and 6th semester), the students take joint
specialized courses necessary for the engineers of production
engineering to solve problems in manufacturing and service
enterprises (fluid mechanics, programming CNC machines,
manufacturing machines, manufacturing processes, heat
treatment, tools and appliances, automation, production planning
and management, quantitative methods and theories and
techniques of measurement).
In addition to these joint courses for graduates of engineering,
through elective courses (computer applications, pneumatic and
hydraulic systems, probability and statistics, and product
assembly), the students are preparing for their orientation to the
graduate study.
Through compulsory and elective courses and a final project in the
6th semester, the students gain the necessary width of education for
practical work in the manufacturing and service companies.
The undergraduate students (with achieved 180 ECTS points)
may enrol (with the adequate grade point average) the graduate
study programme at the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod.
A student must earn at least 180 ECTS points (including the final
project) to obtain an academic title: University Baccalaureus
Engineer (Mechanical Engineering), (univ. bacc. ing. mech.).
The programme of the undergraduate study through semesters is
given below.
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Semester I
Course
Mathematics I
Mechanics I
Materials I
Technical Drawing and Computer Graphics
Physical and Health Education I
Technical Foreign Language I
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
3
2
3
3
0
1
12
3
2
3
3
2
1
14
7
5
7
8
1
2
30
M
M
M
M
M
O
*
*
*
**
**
**
3
Code
number
P 101
P 102
P 103
P 104
P 106
* Oral or written exam, ** Knowledge verification (program, seminary, colloquy, test)
Technical Foreign Language I
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
Technical English Language I
Technical German Language I
1
1
1
1
2
2
O
O
P 307
P 308
L
E
ECTS
Code
number
2
1
1
0
1
0
P
P
P
P 111
P 109
P 110
Course
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
Electrical Engineering
Materials Testing and Properties
Mathematics II
Mechanics II
Computer Aided Preparation and Production
Physical and Health Education II
Technical Foreign Language II
2
2
3
3
2
0
1
13
2
1
3
3
3
2
1
15
5
3
7
6
6
1
2
30
M
M
M
M
M
M
O
*
*
*
*
**
**
**
4
Technical Foreign Language I I
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
Technical English Language II
Technical German Language II
1
1
1
1
2
2
O
O
P 408
P 409
Preparatory courses
Physics
Mathematics
Introduction of Mechanical Engineering
Semester II
Abbreviations
L – Lectures
E – Exercises
S – Status
M – Mandatory
O – Optional
P – Preparatory course
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Code
number
P 304
P 608
P 201
P 202
P 205
P 206
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Semester III
Course
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
3
2
2
4
0
1
14
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
13
5
5
5
5
7
1
2
30
M
M
M
M
M
M
O
*
*
*
*
*
**
**
5
Technical Foreign Language III
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
Technical English Language III
Technical German Language III
1
1
1
1
2
2
O
O
P 506
P 507
Strength of Materials
Machine Parts I
Mathematics III
Materials II
Manufacturing Technologies I
Physical and Health Education III
Technical Foreign Language III
Code
number
P 203
P 302
P 301
P 204
P 303
P 306
Semester IV
Course
Machine Parts II
Maintenance
Manufacturing Technologies II
Thermodynamics
Physical and Health Education IV
Industrial practice 1)
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
4
3
0
0
11
2
2
2
3
2
5
16
5
5
7
7
1
5
30
M
M
M
M
M
M
*
*
*
*
Code
number
P 401
P 721
P 403
P 305
P 407
4
1)
Industrial practice (1 month)
Semester V
Course
Automation
Quantitative Methods
Fluid Mechanics
Machine Tools
Manufacturing Technologies III
Optional courses
Optional course
Products Assembling
Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems
Computer Programs
University optional course
Probability and Statistics
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
3
2
4
2
15
2
2
2
1
2
1
10
5
5
6
4
7
3
30
M
M
M
M
M
O
*
*
*
*
*
**
5
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
O
O
O
O
O
D 791
P 610
D 1025
P 505
P 513
Code
number
P 404
P 605
P 501
P 504
P 503
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Semester VI
Course
Tools and Devices I
Production and Operations Management
Programming of CNC Machines and Robots
Theory and Technique of Measurements
Heat Treatment
Final project
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
3
2
2
2
0
11
1
3
2
1
2
5
14
3
7
5
3
5
7
30
M
M
M
M
M
M
*
*
*
*
*
**
5
Courses offered in English
Code
number
P203
P304
P305
P404
P501
P502
P605
Course
Strength of Materials
Electrical Engineering
Thermodynamics
Automation
Fluid Mechanics
Production and Operations Management
Quantitative Methods I
The Faculty Library
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Code
number
P 602
P 502
P 603
P 512
P 754
P 720
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Graduate Study: Mechanical Engineering
The graduate study should educate the students to become the
leaders of development in manufacturing industries and services
striving to turn them into modern enterprises able to get readily
adapted to the flexible demands of the market, application of new
technologies, methods and procedures in order to compete
successfully with others.
Acquiring the skills to implement the new manufacturing
strategies, understanding the properties and applications of new
materials, new manufacturing technologies, possibilities of
automation of production and its planning, the graduate students
should be at the forefront of technological development in their
work field.
In addition to acquiring professional knowledge in their field of
study and learning about the most recent developments in the
world, the graduate students will also get an insight into and be
prepared for the scientific-research work (defining problems,
modelling processes and setting aims, using numerical and
statistical methods to optimise models, ways of writing and
presenting the results of a scientific-research study, etc.).
The duration of the study is 4 semesters, containing 120 ECTS
points and providing students with further in-depth study of
certain courses. The complexity and depth of the study and the
skills thus obtained enable the graduates to solve the most
complex engineering tasks. The graduate student is given the
academic title: Master of Mechanical Engineering (mag. ing.
mech.).
Graduate students (with 300 credit points, i.e. 120 earned on the
graduate degree study) can enrol in postgraduate study if the
grades are satisfactory or/and they have achieved outstanding
results in the scientific-research work.
The graduate study offers four degree programmes:
?
Product Design and Development
The graduate students obtain knowledge and skills for
development, implementation and application of new
methods and tools in creating, designing and constructing of
products and developing their own scientific-research work in
the product development and design.
?
Manufacturing Logistics
The graduate students obtain knowledge and skills necessary
for conducting research, developing and applying the new
models and methods in business, production, preparation of
production and maintenance management.
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?
Materials Engineering
The graduate students are provided with the knowledge and
skills needed for research and application of the new methods
and processes in the materials engineering.
?
Engineering Technologies
The graduate students are provided with the knowledge and
skills necessary for research, development and application of
new manufacturing technologies.
These programmes provide students with specialised knowledge
necessary for solving development tasks in manufacturing
companies or for further education needed for research work.
The list of compulsory and elective courses by modules is given
below.
Product Design and Development
Semester I
Course
Strength of Materials II
Design Theory
Computer Aided Design
Theory of Elasticity
Numerical Methods
Optional courses I
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
M
M
M
O
*
*
*
*
*
**
5
* Oral or written exam; ** Knowledge verification (program, seminary, colloquy, test)
Optional courses I
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
Renewable Energy Sources
Metal Structures
Tribology of Machine Elements
Heat Transfer
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
5
5
5
O
O
O
O
D 928
D 809
P 704
D 728
Abbreviations
L – Lectures
E – Exercises
S – Status
M – Mandatory
O – Optional
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Code
number
P 702
P 703
P 712
D 904
D 903
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Semester II
Course
Ecodesign
Experimental Mechanics
Finite Element Method
Dynamics of Machinery
Optional courses II
Optional courses III
Optional courses II and III
Evaluation Models
Design and Analysis of Structures
Advanced Strength of Mechanical
Constructions
Thermodynamic Machinery
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
M
M
O
O
*
*
*
*
**
**
4
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
5
5
O
O
D 808
P 706
2
2
5
O
D 800
2
2
5
O
P 405
Code
number
D 801
D 806
P 705
P 701
Semester III
Course
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
2
0
10
2
2
2
2
2
4
14
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
M
O
O
M
*
*
*
*
**
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
5
5
O
O
D 923
D 843
Optional courses V
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
Optimization of Structures
Theory of Plasticity
Vibration-Acoustic Analyses
Computational Fluid Mechanics
Power Plants
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
5
5
5
5
O
O
O
O
O
Industrial Design
Numerical Modelling and Simulations
Fracture Mechanics
Optional courses IV
Optional courses V
Seminary
Optional courses IV
Design and Analysis of Experiments
New Production Technologies
Code
number
D 900
D 803
D 802
D 911
4
D
D
D
D
D
910
907
908
909
905
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Semester IV
Course
Product Development Design
Standardization and Technical Regulations
Optional courses VI
Optional courses VII
Graduation work
Optional courses VI
Materials Selection and Application
Selected Chapters of Quality Control and
Quality Assurance
Optional courses VII
Transport Systems and Lifts
Recycling and Ecological Product Providing
Robots and Manipulators
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
0
8
2
2
2
2
8
16
4
4
4
4
14
30
M
M
O
O
M
*
*
*
*
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
4
O
D 1026
2
2
4
O
D 1052
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
O
O
O
D 1009
D 1010
P 606
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
M
M
M
O
*
*
*
*
**
**
4
Code
number
D 901
D 1004
D 1020
4
Manufacturing Logistics
Semester I
Course
Designing of Production Systems
New Production Strategies and Philosophies
Process Planning and Modelling
Maintenance Strategies
Computer Aided Design
Tribology
Code
number
P 604
P 726
D 780
D 1021
D 781
P 752
* Oral or written exam; ** Knowledge verification (program, seminary, colloquy, test)
Semester II
Course
Materials Management
Computer Aided Proce ss Planning and
Manufacturing
Production Management
Rapid Prototyping
Optional courses I
Optional courses II
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L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
Code
number
2
2
5
M
*
D 921
2
2
5
M
*
P 723
2
2
2
2
12
2
2
2
2
12
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
O
O
*
**
*
*
5
D 820
D 1001
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Optional courses I
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Designing of Technologies
Finite Element Method
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
5
5
O
O
O
D 925
D 857
P 705
Optional courses II
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
5
5
O
O
D 840
D 842
Tool Materials
Composites and Polymers
Semester III
Course
Design and Analysis of Experiments
Application of Artificial Intelligence
Project Management
Information Systems of Production
Enterprises
Optional courses III
Seminary
Optional courses III
New Production Technologies
Quality Management
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
Code
number
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
5
5
M
M
M
**
*
*
D 923
P 724
D 922
2
2
5
M
*
D 822
2
0
10
2
4
14
5
5
30
O
M
*
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
5
5
O
O
D 843
D 926
D 911
4
Semester IV
Course
Optimization of Tribomechanical Systems
Materials Selection and Application
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Optional courses IV
Graduation work
Optional courses IV
Costs Management
Product Data Management
Programming
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
0
8
2
2
2
2
8
16
4
4
4
4
14
30
M
M
M
O
M
*
*
*
*
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
O
O
O
D 824
D 1006
D 1007
Code
number
D 1022
D 1026
D 1002
D 1020
4
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Materials Engineering
Semester I
Course
Designing of Production Systems
Microstructure and Properties of Materials
Special Steels
Surface Protection
Tribology
Optional courses I
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
M
M
M
O
*
*
*
*
**
**
4
Code
number
P 604
D 932
P 751
P 759
P 752
* Oral or written exam; ** Knowledge verification (program, seminary, colloquy, test)
Optional courses I
Renewable Energy Sources
Heat Transfer
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
5
5
O
O
D 928
D 728
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
Code
number
2
2
5
M
*
D 840
2
2
5
M
*
D 841
2
2
2
2
12
2
2
2
2
12
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
M
O
*
**
*
*
5
D 842
P 794
D 921
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
5
5
O
O
D 851
D 1010
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
2
0
10
2
2
2
2
2
4
14
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
M
M
M
O
**
*
*
**
*
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
5
5
O
O
D 922
D 1021
Semester II
Course
Tool Materials
Surface Heat Treatment and Surface
Engineering
Composites and Polymers
Temperature Fields
Materials Management
Optional courses II
Optional courses II
Welding
Recycling and Ecological Product Providing
Semester III
Course
Design and Analysis of Experiments
Quality Management
Alloys of Non-ferrous Metals
Laboratory Materials Testing
Optional courses III
Seminary
Optional courses III
Project Management
Maintenance Strategies
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Code
number
D 923
D 926
D 1033
D 844
D 911
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Semester IV
Course
Welding Metallurgy
Optimization of Tribomechanical Systems
Materials Selection and Application
Optional courses IV
Graduation work
Optional courses IV
Programming
Production Management
Code
number
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
0
8
2
2
2
2
8
16
4
4
4
4
14
30
M
M
M
O
M
*
*
*
*
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
4
4
O
O
D 1007
D 820
D 1031
D 1022
D 1026
D 1020
4
Engineering Technologies
Semester I
Course
Casting Engineering
Machining Procedures
Surface Protection
Polymers Processing
Designing of Production Systems
Optional courses I
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
M
M
M
O
*
*
*
*
*
**
5
Code
number
P 781
P 783
P 759
P 784
P 604
* Oral or written exam; ** Knowledge verification (program, seminary, colloquy, test)
Optional courses I
Special Casting Procedures
Designing of Polymer Products
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
5
5
O
O
P 790
D 860
Semester II
Course
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
M
M
M
M
O
O
*
*
*
*
**
**
4
Optional courses II and III
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
Foundries Automation
Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Temperature Fields
Technologies of Surface Protection
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
5
5
5
O
O
O
O
D 856
D 925
P 794
D 952
Metal Forming I
Designing of Technologies
Technological Manufacturing of Products
Welding
Optional courses II
Optional courses III
Code
number
D
D
D
D
782
857
942
851
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Semester III
Course
New Production Technologies
Technological Process Parameters
Optimisation
Quality Management
Optional courses IV
Optional courses V
Seminary
Optional courses IV
Maintenance Strategies
Project Management
Optional courses V
Mechanization, Automation and
Robotization in Welding
Tools and Devices II
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
Code
number
2
2
5
M
*
D 843
2
2
5
M
*
D 941
2
2
2
0
10
2
2
2
4
14
5
5
5
5
30
M
O
O
M
*
*
**
D 926
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
5
5
O
O
D 1021
D 922
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
5
O
D 1047
2
2
5
O
D 951
L
E
ECTS
S
Exam
2
2
2
2
0
8
2
2
2
2
8
16
4
4
4
4
14
30
M
M
O
O
M
**
*
*
*
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
2
2
4
4
O
O
D 1031
D 840
L
E
ECTS
S
Code
number
2
2
4
O
D 1052
2
2
2
2
4
4
O
O
D 1043
D 1044
D 911
4
Semester IV
Course
Rapid Prototyping
Reliability of Systems
Optional courses VI
Optional courses VII
Graduation work
Optional courses VI
Welding Metallurgy
Tool Materials
Optional courses VII
Selected Chapters of Quality Control and
Quality Assurance
Metal Forming II
Selected Chapters of Casting Engineering
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Code
number
D 1001
D 1042
D 1020
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Courses offered in English
Code
number
D802
D851
D901
D922
D923
D926
D928
D1001
D1023
D1025
P726
P705
P784
D921
Course
Fracture Mechanics
Welding
Product Development Design
Project Management
Design and Analysis of Experimen ts
Quality Management
Renewable Energy Sources
Rapid Manufacturing
New Information Technologies
Computer Programs in Mechanical Engineering
New Production Strategies and Philosophies
Finite Element Method
Polymer Processing
Materials Management
Students of Graduate study programme Engineering Technologies in the ĐĐ Tvornica energetskih postrojenja
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Postgraduate Specialist Study:
Development of Products and Technologies
Modules
?
?
?
?
Application of Manufacturing Processes
Production Management
Modelling and Numerical Analysis of Constructions
Materials Engineering.
The duration of the postgraduate specialist study is 3 semesters
(with 90 ECTS points). Upon completion of Postgraduate
Specialist Study, student is awarded title University Specialist of
Mechanical Engineering (univ. spec. mech.).
Core common courses
semester I
Code
Head lecturer
PS105
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
PS106
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
PS107
Prof. dr. sc. Emil Hnatko
PS101
PS102
PS103
PS104
dr. sc. Pero Raos
dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
dr. sc. Ivica Kladarić
dr. sc. Goran Šimunović
dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
dr. sc. Katica Šimunović
dr. sc. Ivica Kladarić
dr. sc. Vlatko Marušić
dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
dr. sc. Todor Ergić
dr. sc. Katica Šimunović
Course
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Status
Product Development
30
0
10
O
Programme Engineering
Support
5
25
10
O
15
15
10
I
30
0
10
I
10
20
10
I
25
5
10
I
20
10
10
I
ECTS
Status
Modern Methods of Material
Testing
Analysis of Bearing
Constructions
Operational Research
Control and Quality
Assurance
Internal Combustion Engines
P – lectures, E - laboratory and experimental work, O – obligatory, I – optional
Module: Materials Engineering
Module coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Dragomir Krumes
semester II
Code
PS201
PS202
PS203
PS204
PS205
Head lecturer
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
sc.
sc.
sc.
sc.
sc.
sc.
sc.
sc.
sc.
sc.
sc.
sc.
Dragomir Krumes
Ivica Kladarić
Božo Smoljan
Vlatko Marušić
Dragomir Krumes
Ivica Kladarić
Vlatko Marušić
Dragomir Krumes
Ivica Kladarić
Ivica Kladarić
Dragomir Krumes
Vlatko Marušić
Course
Special Materials and
Methods
20
10
10
O
Tribology
20
10
10
O
20
10
10
I
20
10
10
I
20
10
10
I
10
I
Selected Topics from
Materials
Surface Engineering and
Surface Heat Treatment
Modern Technologies of
Heat Treatment
Selected Courses from other
Modules
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Module: Modelling and Numerical Analysis of Constructions
Module coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Željko Ivandić
semester II
Code
PS301
PS302
PS303
Head lecturer
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Course
dr. sc. Franjo Matejiček
dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
dr. sc. Željko Ivandić
dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
dr. sc. Todor Ergić
dr. sc. Franjo Matejiček
PS304
Prof. dr. sc. Željko Ivandić
Prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
PS305
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
Prof. dr. sc. Franjo Matejiček
Numerical Analysis of
Mechanical Systems
Modelling of Constructions
and Design Process
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Status
20
10
10
O
20
10
10
O
Fatigue Strength
20
10
10
I
Selected Topics from
Mechanical Engineering
Elements
20
10
10
I
Service Life of Constructions
20
10
10
I
10
I
Selected Courses from other
Modules
Module: Application of Manufacturing Processes
Module coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
semester II
Code
PS401
PS402
Head lecturer
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
sc. Ivan Samardžić
sc. Pero Raos
sc. Stjepan Aračić
sc. Ivan Budić
sc. Branko Grizelj
sc. Antun Stoić
PS403
Prof. dr. sc. Branko Grizelj
PS404
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Budić
PS405
Prof. dr. sc. Stjepan Aračić
PS406
Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
PS407
Prof. dr. sc. Antun Stoić
Course
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Status
Modern Manufacturing
Procedures I
20
10
10
O
Modern Manufacturing
Procedures II
20
10
10
O
New Processes and Methods
in Metal Forming
Special Casting Procedures
Corrosion Damages of
Structural Steel
25
5
10
I
30
0
10
I
30
0
10
I
Modern Joining Processes
20
10
10
I
30
0
10
I
10
I
High Efficiency Processes of
Metal Cutting
Selected Courses from other
Modules
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Module: Production Management
Module coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Katica Šimunović
semester II
Code
PS501
PS502
PS503
PS504
PS505
PS506
Head lecturer
Course
Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović
Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić
Prof. dr. sc. Katica Šimunović
Prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić
Doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Galeta
Prof. dr. sc.
Maja Lamza-Maronić
Prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović
Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović
Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić
Prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić
Doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Galeta
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Status
Information System of
Production Enterprises
5
25
10
O
Managerial Methods and
Strategies
15
15
10
O
Production Management
5
25
10
I
Preparation and Production
Management
5
25
10
I
Information Technologies in
Production
5
25
10
I
5
25
10
I
10
I
ECTS
Status
30
O
Computer Support in
Product Preparation
Selected Courses from other
Modules
semester III (for all modules)
Code
PS601
Head lecturer
Course
Potential supervisors
Final Specialist Work
Courses offered in English
Code
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
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101
104
106
301
303
305
407
502
504
506
Course
Product Development
Analysis of Bearing Constructions
Control and Quality Assurance
Numerical Analysis of Mechanical Systems
Fatigue Strength
Service Life of Constructions
High Efficiency Processes of Metal Cutting
Managerial Methods and Strategies
Preparation and Production Management
Computer Support in Product Preparation
Hours
P
E
0
0
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Postgraduate Doctoral Study: Mechanical Engineering
The postgraduate doctoral study at the Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod of Josip Juraj Strossmayer University
of Osijek is organised as a full-time study pursuant to the
regulations of the Act on Scientific Activity and Higher Education
(Narodne novine 123/03) for candidates holding a master's degree
or a graduate degree and at least 300 ECTS points. The current
postgraduate students could also transfer to this postgraduate
doctoral study.
The aim of this postgraduate doctoral study is to enable successful
candidates to earn the academic title doctor of science (dr. sc.) in
the area of Technical sciences, in the field of Mechanical
Engineering and provide them with the knowledge and skills
necessary for individual scientific research work. The education
of teaching staff ensures the scientific potential for the
forthcoming generations and the continuity of the scientific and
research work in the field of mechanical engineering in the region
of Slavonija and Baranja.
The scientists and researchers holding the degree should be able to
carry out research projects and tasks by applying the most recent
scientific methods and models and by performing experiments
and tests in the field of mechanical engineering (new
manufacturing technologies, new strategies in manufacturing
logistics and new materials).
Admission to the postgraduate doctoral study is announced by the
Academic Senate of Mechanical Engineering Faculty.
The following candidates are admitted to the doctoral study:
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?
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?
graduate mechanical engineers,
candidates with a Master's degree,
those who completed their master's programme but did not
defend their thesis and
candidates who won their degree in compliance with the
Scientific Activity and Higher Education Act (Narodne
novine 123/03).
Postgraduate study admission requirements for graduate
mechanical engineers are:
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?
average grade ≥ 3,8, belonging to a group of 10 % best
students in the generation or a recommendation of two full
professors,
competence in one of the world languages, checked before
enrolment.
The candidates who graduated according to the "old programme"
get 300 ECTS points and they have to enrol the 1st semester of the
doctoral study.
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Description of Programme
All students are obliged to take core courses and thematic courses
of the doctoral study specialised field in due time.
Core courses
The core courses are primarily meant to give students basic
methodological and fundamental knowledge. The students are
acquainted with different methodologies, philosophy of science,
specific basic knowledge, particularly such that is necessary in
engineering, i.e. mechanical engineering. The courses are offered
in the form of compulsory lectures, experimental work and
seminars.
Thematic courses
The purpose of the thematic courses in modules is to ensure
specialisation. The emphasis is placed first of all on the theoretical
and practical level of education, understanding of theoretical
approaches and the most recent research results in a specific field
of study. The selected option (module) enables the students to
specialise in several directions and helps them in their research
through various forms of work suitable for the specified topic
(individual, seminars and short reports on the research,
experimental work, etc.). These courses are meant to provide
students with detailed knowledge of a specific field, helping them
to carry on independent research and achieve original results.
The postgraduate degree programme includes three modules:
?
?
?
Modern Manufacturing Processes
Modern Production Management
Design and Numerical Modelling of Products.
Module: Modern Manufacturing Processes
The main purpose of the module is to provide students with
knowledge and skills needed for independent scientific-research
and professional work in the field of development and application
of new engineering technologies.
Engineering technologies cover a broad area of conventional
technologies: casting, deforming, chip-forming machining,
welding, heat treatment, anticorrosive protection, and of new
technologies: surface engineering, laser technologies, application
of high-speed machining and machines, highly automated flexible
manufacturing systems.
By experimental research into new areas of technology
application and by mathematical modelling and simulation of
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machining operations, the students are trained for a systematic
approach in solving technological problems.
Module: Modern Production Management
This programme is designed to prepare students for independent
research and professional work in the management of production,
materials, quality assurance, production planning and
maintenance.
By getting acquainted with new strategies, processes and methods
in manufacturing logistics, computer aided production planning
and management, as well as with optimisation methods in
manufacturing processes, the students are trained for research
work in rationalisation of management and functioning of
production systems.
Module: Design and Numerical Modelling of Products
The main purpose of this module is scientific upgrading of
candidates and their training for independent scientific-research
work and for application of new methods and ideas to design,
analysis and synthesis of machine structures. The term design of
machine structures implies the process which as a rule consists of
idea, concept, project, construction and design of a structure.
This module broadens and deepens the knowledge connected with
systematic creation and development of structures, design theory,
application of numerical methods in mechanics, methods of
theoretical and experimental analysis of structures, application of
new methods to structural analysis of constructions in view of
optimal design of structures.
The list of compulsory and elective courses
by modules
The postgraduate degree programme contains the following
groups of compulsory and elective courses:
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core common courses (TK)
module courses (KM)
module seminar courses (SM).
All courses of the doctoral study are foreseen in duration of one
semester with the same number of ECTS points that amounts to
7,5. Total number of compulsory and elective courses is 8, so that
the total number of ECTS points, which the student could achieve
by passing all exams, is 60.
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st
In the 1 semester, the student chooses three core common
courses, which serve for acquirement of fundamental and
methodological knowledge necessary for the study continuation.
Two out of three courses are obligatory for all candidates (PD101
and PD102), while the third course should be chosen as one of
three offered courses (PD103, PD104 or PD 105) in agreement
with the leader of the module of the doctoral study.
The module courses serve for the knowledge profilation of the
doctoral study candidate. All module courses are foreseen as
elective, but the student has to select 2 module courses from the
nd
rd
list in the 2 and 3 semester, and 1 module seminar course from
th
the list in the 4 semester. This selection should be supervised by
the leader of the module and mentor of the PhD thesis. Semesters 5
and 6 are foreseen for the research related to the topic of the
doctoral dissertation.
The schedule of courses of the doctoral study arranged by
semesters with assigned ECTS points is presented in the Table 1. It
is specified that the students collect 1/3 of total of 180 ECTS
points by fulfilling the obligations from the educational process,
while remaining 2/3 of ECTS points have to be achieved on the
basis of performed researches.
Table 1: Courses of the postgraduate doctoral study by semesters
Courses
Semester
Core common courses (TK)
Module courses (KM)
Module seminar courses (SM)
Work from the field of investigation
Doctoral dissertation
1st
3
2nd
3rd
2
2
4th
Number of courses
5th
6th
1
constantly through the study
3
4
1
Sum o f ECTS points:
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points
22,50
30,00
7,50
90,00
30,00
180,00
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Core common courses
semester I
Code
Head lecturer
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
PD101 Prof. dr. sc. Marija Živić
Prof. dr. sc. Katica Šimunović
Prof. dr. sc. Rudolf Scitovski
PD102 Prof. dr. sc. Mirta Benšić
Doc. dr. sc. Kristian Sabo
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Budić
PD103 Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović
PD104 Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić
Prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
Prof. dr. sc. Franjo Matejiček
PD105 Prof. dr. sc. Luka Sopta
Prof. dr. sc. Marija Živić
Course
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Logistics of Scientific
Research Work
30
0
7,5
Mathematics and Statistics
30
0
7,5
Modern Manufacturing
Processes
20
10
7,5
Applying of the Artificial
Intelligence
20
10
7,5
Numerical Methods in
Mechanics
30
0
7,5
Faculty/
Departm.
SF
SF
SF
MO
MO
MO
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
TFR
SF
Abbreviations
BZ – Bay Zoltań Institute for Logistics and Production Systems Miskolc
E – laboratory and experimental work
EF – Faculty of Economics - Osijek
ETF – Faculty of Electrical Engineering - Osijek
FESB – Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering and NavalArchitecture - Split
FSLJ – Faculty of Mechanical Engineering - Ljubljana
FSM – Faculty of Mechanical Engineering - Maribor
I – optional
MO – Department of Mathematics - Osijek
O – obligatory
OS – Osijek
P – lectures
PF – Faculty ofAgronomy - Osijek
PMF – Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics – Zagreb
SF – Faculty of Mechanical Engineering - Slavonski Brod
TFR – Faculty of Engineering - Rijeka
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Module: Modern Manufacturing processes
Module coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos
semester II
Code
Head lecturer
Course
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
PD202 Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Budić
High Efficiency Joining
Processes
Modern Casting Technologies
20
10
7,5
20
10
7,5
PD203 Prof. dr. sc. Branko Grizelj
Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos
PD204 Prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
Doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Galeta
Deformation Manufacturing
20
10
7,5
Rapid Prototyping and
Manufacturing
20
10
7,5
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
PD201
Selected courses from other
modules
Selected courses from other
faculties (University of OS)
Faculty/
Departm.
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
semester III
Code
Head lecturer
Prof.
PD301 Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
PD302
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
PD303
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
PD304
dr. sc. Ivica Kladarić
dr. sc. Ivan Budić
dr. sc. Vlatko Marušić
dr. sc. Janez Kopač
dr. sc. Antun Stoić
dr. sc. Branko Grizelj
dr. sc. Pero Raos
dr. sc. Ivan Budić
dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
dr. sc. Stjepan Aračić
Prof. dr. sc. Dragomir Krumes
Prof. dr. sc. Ivica Kladarić
Course
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Thermal Activated Processes
20
10
7,5
High Speed Machining
Processes and Systems
20
10
7,5
Technology of the Product
20
10
7,5
20
10
7,5
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
Modifying Surface of
Materials and Surface
Engineering
Selected courses from other
modules
Selected courses from other
faculties (University of OS)
Faculty/
Departm.
SF
SF
SF
FSLJ
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
semester IV
Code
Head lecturer
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
PD401 Prof. dr. sc. Nedjeljko Mišina
Prof. dr. sc. Vladimir Gliha
PD402 Prof. dr. sc. Stjepan Aračić
PD403
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Prof. dr. sc. Vlatko Marušić
Prof. dr. sc. Dragomir Krumes
Course
Welding – Selected Chapters
Mechanism and Prevention
of Corrosion Damages
Selected Chapters from
Materials
Selected courses from other
modules
Selected courses from other
faculties (University of OS)
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Faculty/
Departm.
20
10
7,5
SF
FESB
FSM
20
10
7,5
SF
20
10
7,5
SF
SF
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
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Module: Modern Production Management
Module coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović
semester II
Code
Head lecturer
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
PD502 Prof.
Prof.
PD501
dr. sc. Dražen Barković
dr. sc. Katica Šimunović
dr. sc. Ivica Veža
dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
dr. sc. Katica Šimunović
Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović
PD503 Prof. dr. sc.Tomislav Šarić
Doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Galeta
PD504
Prof. dr. sc. Rudolf Emert
Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić
Course
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Faculty/
Departm.
EF
SF
SF
FESB
SF
Operational Management
20
10
7,5
Production, Project and
Resource Management
20
10
7,5
Computer Aided Design,
Process Planning and
Manufacturing
(CAD/CAPP/CAM)
20
10
7,5
SF
SF
SF
New Maintenance Strategies
20
10
7,5
PF
SF
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
Selected courses from other
modules
Selected courses from other
faculties (University of OS)
semester III
Code
PD601
PD602
PD603
PD604
Head lecturer
Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović
Prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
Prof. dr. sc. Katica Šimunović
Prof. dr. sc. Tom islav Šarić
Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović
Prof. dr. sc. Jože Balič
Prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
Doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Galeta
Prof. dr. sc.
Maja Lamza-Maronić
Course
ERP Systems
Intelligent Production
Systems
Information Systems:
Strategy & Management
Human Resource
Management
Selected courses from other
modules
Selected courses from other
faculties (University of OS)
Hours
P
E
ECTS
20
10
7,5
20
10
7,5
20
10
7,5
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
Faculty/
Departm.
SF
SF
SF
SF
FSM
SF
SF
SF
SF
semester IV
Code
Head lecturer
Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić
Prof. dr. sc. Marinko Stojkov
Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić
PD702 Prof. dr. sc. Antun Stoić
Doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Galeta
PD703 Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
Prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
PD704 Prof. dr. sc.
Maja Lamza-Maronić
PD701
Course
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Faculty/
Departm.
Diagnostics
18
12
7,5
Flexible Manufacturing
Systems
18
12
7,5
Quality Management
18
12
7,5
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
Strategic Management
18
12
7,5
SF
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
Selected courses from other
modules
Selected courses from other
faculties (University of OS)
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Module: Design and Numerical Modelling of Products
Module coordinator: Prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
semester II
Code
Head lecturer
Course
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Faculty/
Departm.
Prof. dr. s c. Milan Kljajin
PD801 Prof. dr. sc. Jože Duhovnik
Prof. dr. sc. Željko Ivandić
Design Theory
30
0
7,5
SF
FSLJ
SF
PD802 Prof.dr.sc. Franjo Matejiček
Elastomechanics and
Plastomechanics
30
0
7,5
SF
Thin-Walled Structures
30
0
7,5
Theory of Mechanical
Engineering Systems
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
Prof.
PD803 Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
PD804 Prof.
Prof.
dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
dr. sc. Franjo Matejiček
dr. sc. Todor Ergić
dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
dr. sc. Jože Duhovnik
dr. sc. Željko Ivandić
Selected courses from other
modules
Selected courses from other
faculties (University of OS)
SF
SF
SF
SF
FSLJ
SF
semester III
Code
Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
PD902 Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
PD903 Prof.
Prof.
Prof.
PD904 Prof.
Prof.
PD901
Head lecturer
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
dr.
sc. Franjo Matejiček
sc. Dražan Kozak
sc. Milan Kljajin
sc. Nenad Gubeljak
sc. Željko Ivandić
sc. Franjo Matejiček
sc. Nenad Gubeljak
sc. Dražan Kozak
sc. Milan Kljajin
sc. Božidar Križan
sc. Željko Ivandić
Course
Hours
P
E
ECTS
Finite Element Method in
Structural Analysis
26
4
7,5
Modelling of Design and
Design Processes
26
4
7,5
Fatigue Strength and
Fracture Mechanics
26
4
7,5
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
Selected Topics from
Mechanical Engineering
Elements
Selected courses from other
modules
Selected courses from other
faculties (University of OS)
Faculty/
Departm.
SF
SF
SF
FSM
SF
SF
FSM
SF
SF
SF
TFR
semester IV
Code
Head lecturer
Prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
PD951 Doc. dr. sc. Lavoslav Čaklović
Prof. dr. sc. Željko Iv andić
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
PD952 Prof. dr. sc. Franjo Matejiček
Prof. dr. sc. Emil Hnatko
Prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
PD953 Prof. dr. sc. Jože Duhovnik
Prof. dr.sc. Todor Ergić
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
PD954
Prof. dr. sc. Željko Domazet
Prof. dr. sc. László Tóth
Course
Methodology for the
Evaluation of Design
Alternatives
Calculation, Design and
Optimization of Mechanical
Construction
ECTS
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
Product Development and
Ergonomics
24
6
7,5
Damages of Constructions
20
10
7,5
30
0
7,5
30
0
7,5
Selected courses from other
modules
Selected courses from other
faculties (University of OS)
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Hours
P
E
Faculty/
Departm.
SF
PMF
SF
SF
SF
SF
SF
FSLJ
SF
SF
FESB
BZ
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Obligatory and optional activities (taking part in
seminars, conferences, round-table talks etc.)
and criteria to express them in ECTS points
All postgraduate students must attend lectures at the Faculty
whether they come from some higher education institution or
from some scientific institution. Besides taking core courses and
thematic courses of the specialised field (module) or compulsory
and elective courses of the basic module and elective courses from
other modules and other faculties, the doctoral study also requires
of all students to engage in some of the following compulsory or
optional activities that are associated with the original scientific
research like for example:
Compulsory activities:
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Attending lectures
Taking part in seminars and preliminary exams (within a
course/module, etc.)
Taking part in thematic round-table talks and workshops
It is obligatory for all students to spend some time abroad
Publishing in magazines.
It is important to point out that all postgraduate students must
spend some time in an adequate research centre abroad. The
proposer of the study must provide the necessary data on
scholarships and give the candidates the adequate support so that
they can apply for these scholarships.
Optional activities:
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Taking part in conferences (actively)
Presenting results of current researches at the Scientific
Forum (at the Faculty)
Participating in scientific-research projects
Work on technological projects and projects for the economy.
The listed activities bring the postgraduate doctoral study student
additional 90 ECTS points according to the criteria given on the
next page.
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ECTS
2,5
Taking part in seminars
2,5
Taking part in round -table talks
2,5
Taking part in workshops
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Activity
Presenting results of the researches at
the Scientific Forum (at the Faculty)
7,5
Publishing in journals
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Publishing in journals as the only author
7,5
Taking p art in conferences
7,5
Participating in scientific-research
projects
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Participating in international scientific research projects
7,5
Participating in scientific-research
projects
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Study stays abroad
Criteria and explanation
The student participates actively in seminars within
the framework of the course or the module. The
seminars are thematic and the theme is either
proposed by the student or initiated by the leader of
the module or by the lecturers. The theme does not
have to be an integral part of the dissertation. The
seminars result in written papers, marked at the end of
the seminar. If the seminars are organised at another
faculty, the student must provide a certificate of
regular attendance and active participation in the
seminar.
Similar to seminars, the students participate in roundtable talks which are thematically connected with the
taken module. The round-table leader’s report on
active participation is sufficient for earning credit
points.
Workshops provide a number of opportunities for
students to discuss results of work assignments
introduced in lectures of one or more modules. Taking
part in other faculty workshops is also acknowledged if
the topics discussed are related to the field of the
student’s study programme or dissertation.
Scientific Forum was founded at Mechanical
Engineering Faculty so that junior researchers,
assistants and postgraduate students could present
their research results and share their ideas.
During the postgraduate study, the students must
publish in journals (preferably in journals with
internationally accepted reviews or of the same quality
as journals from Croatia, or referred in well-known
data bases, etc.) either on their own or assisted by the
mentor, leader of the module, course lecturer, or as a
co-author.
If the student is the only author of a paper and the
paper deals with the dissertation topic (preliminary
notes or original scientific paper), the student is
entitled to a doubled number of points.
If the student participates in a scientific conference (in
Croatia, in Croatia with international participation, or
international) and presents a paper as the author or
co-author, with a document proving this participation
and the paper published in the conference
proceedings, the student is entitled to additional ECTS
points.
For an active participation as researcher in a scientificresearch project which will also serve as a basis for the
realisation of the dissertation.
For an active participation in international scientific
projects or independent coordination of a smaller
scientific project (within a bigger project).
For an active participation in scientific-research
projects for the industry, related to the dissertation
topic.
If experimental or other scientific researches (related
to the dissertation) require that the student stays
abroad for 3 months or more, and the student receives
the EU financial support for it (such as TEMPUS,
Fulbright, Humboldt, DAAD scholarship, etc.), which
can be documented, the student is entitled to additional
ECTS points.
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Courses offered in English
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Modern Manufacturing Processes
Applying of the Artificial Intelligence
Rapid Prototyping and Manufactur ing
High Speed Machining Processes and Systems
Welding – Selected Chapters
Computer Aided Design, Process Planning and
Manufacturing
Information Systems: Strategy & Management
Quality Management
Design Theory
Thin-Walled Structures
Finite Element Method in Structural Analysis
Fatigue Strength and Fracture Mechanics
Calculation, Design and Optimization of
Mechanical Construction
The Mechanical Engineering Faculty at the location in Ivan Gundulić 20A
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Scientific and Research Projects
Increase of the Efficiency of Casting Procedures
- Croatian Perspectives
Project results in year 2010:
In the year 2010, the research was focused on the influence of
technological parameters on residual stresses in die castings.
The influence of following technological parameters was
investigated:
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? filling of mould with molten metal, m/s
? pressure increase in the filled mould, bar
? cooling time of castings with pouring system, after breaking
the casting out of the mould, min.
The research results are used for improving the casting processes.
As a result of this investigation, a PhD thesis was successfully
finished by a young researcher on this project, Daniel
Novoselović. PhD thesis was defended on 16 July 2010.
The results of these investigations have been published in journals
and conference proceedings. The textbook entitled: "Osnove
tehnologije kalupljenja - Jednokratni kalupi I. dio, II. izmijenjeno
i dopunjeno izdanje" has also been published.
Continuous detailed analysis of castings is being done in some
foundries: Lipovica d. o. o. - Popovača, Plamen International Požega and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval
Architecture - Zagreb, as well.
a) checkout of cables resistance
b) device for drilling
c) perpendicularity adjustment
d) centrality adjustment
Connection checkout and installation of equipment for drilling
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Project coordinator: Professor Ivan Budić
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 446 188
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2007-2011
Programme type: National project
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CAD/CAM Method of Modern Tool Construction
for High Strength Steel Plates in 4D
Project results in year 2010:
During the year 2010, the effects of process parameters on
mechanical properties of bent sheet metal plates have been
investigated (especially the effects of process parameters on the
amount of elastic sheet metal spring-back). FEM method was used
for numerical simulations. Elastic spring-back is very important
for every process where sheet metal is processed in order to
maintain desired dimensions and tolerances after the forming
process. Since there is a trend of using high strength/low mass
ratio of new materials, mostly high strength steel metal plates are
used in the forming processes all over the world.
Project coordinator: Professor Branko Grizelj
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone +385 35 493 426
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2007-2011
Programme type: National project
Data for investigated processes were collected and some
conclusions were made regarding the behavior of high strength
sheet metal plates. Also the tool for the experimental investigation
was designed and modeled for future research. The goal is to
investigate behavior of high strength steel sheet metal plates in
various sheet forming processes, with various forming
parameters.
During the last year, the hydroforming processes were also
investigated by FEM method. Hydroforming is a process of
forming where fluid transfers pressure on every part of the metal
surface thus forming it. It can be done as forming of the tubes or
the forming of the sheet metal plates onto the die surface. With die
and hydroforming of high strength steel sheet metal plates, most
of the car parts are made: hood, fenders, and various curved metal
parts which need to ensure high rigidity and low mass of product.
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Research of the IC Engine Combustion Control
and Management
Project results in year 2010:
In the year 2010, investigation was focused on the thermodynamic
process inside the cylinder of internal combustion engine. The
most sensitive part of this process is the combustion process inside
the cylinder. It is necessary to optimize the IC engine combustion
process to ensure optimal parameters during the conversion of
heat energy into mechanical work inside the engine. Using
simulations, the possibility of controlling the optimization
processes by using the required amount of fuel in the process of
injecting the fuel into the cylinder was investigated. Three models
were tested: prof. Woschni Model, Lotus Model and prof. Medica
Model.
The Woschni Model, based on the classical Wiebe function (which
is used to predict the burn fraction and burn rate in internal
combustion engines), shows relatively few variable parameters
and requires complex computer support. Therefore, it is extremely
complicating to improve this model.
The Lotus Model is a commercial model with excellent
characteristics and possibilities, but a special licence is needed for
its use. The price is extremely high and therefore not within our
modest budget.
The model of Prof. Medica (who is also a researcher on this
project) can encompass all the needs of the project concerning the
applied research and optimization of combustion process. It
requires special training, as well as very demanding computer
memory. This will be the basis for research in the next period.
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Project coordinator: Professor Emil Hnatko
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 411
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2007-2011
Programme type: National project
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Products Properties for a Global Product Realization
by Rapid Production
Project results in year 2010:
During the year 2010, input lists generation model for new
products was finished and tested. The input lists generation model
(Figure 1) is a general model, faced with all necessary know-how
to ensure the development of MFF (Matrix of Function and
Functionality). The input list is a list where all input data that are to
be used for calculations and bindings between functions and
functionalities are defined and specified. Since in this case we are
dealing with bindings between functions and functionalities
within MFF, two input lists should be defined – the functions list
and the functionalities list.
Input lists of functions reflect market needs, representing
simultaneously input functional requirements, ideas and
engineering goals. These requirements are the first information on
a possible new product. As a rule, functional requirements are
unarranged and sporadically represented. However, in the sense of
the input list, they are arranged and in the form of an orderly
system they provide an important link and binding between them.
Figure 1. Model of input lists
Project coordinator: Professor Milan Kljajin
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 415
In accordance with the MFF model, all defined functional
requirements are specified by means of "Names Suggestor",
which takes care of credibility and correctness of a new entry.
Input lists of functionality describe functions holders of a
particular functionality. They materialize through the execution
by means of particular processing, manufacturing, working,
assembly, transport and application technologies. The
functionality list can be specified according to a personal opinion
or decisions or the relevant choice is left to the automated
suggestion by the software package for the generation of input
lists. Following the algorithm, it examines matches with existing
solutions in the database and suggests a solution – functionality –
on the basis of percentage match. Well-described data in the
database are the basis for quality definitions of functionalities.
During the description and descriptions generation, the "Names
Suggestor" takes care of it.
In the MFF model, technical systems are generally marked with
TS1, TS2, TSj (j.=.1,…,.n), while in real examples and
implementations they are of course replaced by real names of
technical systems. Columns with the names of technical systems,
described in the matrix are placed under the first line. For each
new entry of a technical system, a new column appears in the
matrix. The same analogy applies also to the expected input
functions that are to be solved.
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2007-2011
Programme type: National project
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Analysis and Fracture Assessment of Structures
of Anisotropic Materials
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One stage of project investigation related to structural integrity
assessment of heterogeneous structures was successfully
completed. Previously known investigations included only
structural assessment of homogeneous structures or structures
with one level of material mismatch, and existing structural
integrity assessment methods were limited in their applications to
such structures, making it impossible to assess heterogeneous
structures with two levels of material mismatch (e.g. welded
constructions subjected to repair welding). Since most of
structural assessment methods are based on compendia of yield
load solution, a compendium of yield load solutions is generated
for I butt welded repaired welded joint in context of three point
bend specimen (Figure 1). Such work included systematic
investigation of influence of geometry parameters and mechanical
properties of present materials in weld, primarily using finite
element method and statistical methods to derive mathematical
expressions needed for compendia generations. Failure criterion
for yield load solution was load value causing yield zone to spread
across the whole net-section of investigated specimen (Figure 2).
This compendium was implemented in SINTAP procedure
(Structural INTegrity Assessment Procedure), with some
adaptations in order to generate a module for assessment of
heterogeneous structures. With existing modules, only highly
conservative assessment of heterogeneous construction could be
performed, with approximation considering heterogeneous weld
as one level of mismatch welded joint. Now, with this
compendium more precise assessment of heterogeneous structure
can be performed. Furthermore, this extensive investigation gives
insight in complex interaction between geometrical parameters
and mechanical properties of weld materials with fracture
resistance of heterogeneous welded joint.
As a result of this investigation, a PhD thesis "Analysis of weld
geometry and mechanical properties of weld materials on fracture
behaviour of repaired welded joint" was successfully finished by
Pejo Konjatić, a young researcher on this project.
As part of continuous training, assistant Josip Sertić spent 30 days
at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Belgrade, Serbia, where
he successfully acquired new knowledge needed for further
investigation on this project.
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Figure 1. Three point bend specimen
Figure 2. Yield zones shapes for different weld
root widths by the constant value of a/W=0,5
Figure 3. Determination of critical load using
SINTAP procedure (option 2B – FAD approach)
Project coordinator: Professor Dražan Kozak
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 400
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2007-2011
Program type: National project
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As a result of investigation on this project (financed by Croatian
Ministry of Science, Education and Sports), a significant number
of scientific and professional papers were published in the year
2010. Therefore, it is the project with most publications in the
scientific area of mechanical engineering with 43 publications in
journals and 38 publications at international conferences.
WM2
Project results in year 2010:
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Influence of Duplex Process on Steel Structure
and Surface Engineering
Project results in year 2010:
Structural changes in alloys induce changes of specific volume of
the newly built grid. In steels the most intensive grid volume
changes occur at phase transformation level, i.e. it is necessary
that the tempered product changes its volume in relation to still
unheated part of the product, especially in thermodifussional heat
treatment. Thermodiffusion creates in surface layers of steels or
castings thin surface layer of carbides B, V, Ti, N or Nb, which
generate very hard and stabile connections, These surface with
very hard carbide layers have great resistance to tribological wear,
which in the endresult prolongs the life time of products and tools.
This project has envisaged the following research:
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The influence of thermodiffusion process on product
components, design and tool volume changes;
Establishment of phase transformation (A1 and A3) and
martensite transformable size changes (temperature Ms);
One of the research goals is establishment of temperature
height Ms in steels with increased hardness values treated
with thermodiffusion process (continuation of many year
research on thermodiffusion process in steels);
Extremely hard duplex layers on steel surface layers, such as:
Fe2B, VC, VB, VN, TiC, TiN, CrN, VN, BN and others;
The influence of duplex process on tribological properties
(adhesion, abrasion, erosion, tribocorrosion) of construction
steels with increased hardness values.
In 2010 Andrijana Milinović received PhD degree at Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod. The title of doctoral thesis
was "Research of boride layers formation kinetics on carbon
steels".
Project coordinator:
Professor Dragomir Krumes
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 447
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2007-2011
Programme type: National project
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Advanced Technologies of Direct Manufacturing
of Polymeric Products
Project results in year 2010:
The research in 2010 was focused on the following areas: rapid
prototyping (RP), non-traditional and ecologically acceptable
treatment procedures, as well as the traditional treatment
procedures. Part of the rapid prototyping research is the analysis
and systematisation of RP procedures and rapid tooling (RT)
based on the shape of the base material, the mechanism of forming
and the type of procedure. The main characteristics, advantages
and disadvantages of certain procedures are analysed. The use of
RP and RT in engineering and medicine are investigated in detail.
A number of products was designed and technologically produced
by using the computer for rapid prototyping by 3D printing, and
the hybrid procedure (OBJET) and the STL files were prepared.
Design characteristics of all the selected products were analysed
in detail (based on the type of procedure). The influence of moulds
made by rapid prototyping, i.e. material, on the characteristics of
the final product (cast) is investigated. Therefore, the prototype
moulds were made by chip-forming and rapid prototyping. By
adapting the existing software (Moldex and CadMould), the
possibilities of computer simulation of injection pressing were
tested on the moulds made by RP. The possibilities of RP of
individual medical implants (custom made implants) are being
extensively investigated. Medical CTs and MRIs are processed by
using the computer software 3D Doctor in order to make CAD
medical models as the basis for making RP implants. Based on
these models, the characteristics of making implants by using 3DP
and OBJET were tested.
Virtual medical models
Project coordinator: Professor Pero Raos
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 414
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Programme No. 152-1521473
(Programme coordinator Professor Pero Raos)
Project No. 152-1521473-1474
Project duration: 2007-2011
Physical (RP) medical model
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Programme type: National project
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Advanced Joining Technology
in Light Mechanical Constructions
Project results in year 2010:
The area of research in 2010 was the following: During the
investigation of cost effective joining processes of thin materials,
the emphasis was put on cost efficiency as an important criterion
in joining technology selection. The practical examples of modern
welding processes application in production processes like
LaserHybrid welding, MAG-STT welding, CMT process,
FastRoot process and plasma welding are analysed.
Also, the application and further developing of On-line
monitoring system for main welding parameters acquisition and
data processing at different fusion and pressure welding processes
was investigated. Practically developed On-line monitoring
system was applied, as well as other laboratory methods for the
same measurements as a confirmation and validation of data
recorded by On-line monitoring system for different welding
processes. Based on obtained results, it is possible to conclude that
presented monitoring system is suitable for practical application.
This monitoring system was applied in order to evaluate the
influence of different welding process parameters variations on
the stability of the welding process.
The weldability and the influence of welding parameters and
welding conditions on the properties of the weld joint are
investigated through weld thermal cycle simulation, investigation
of mechanical properties and by macro and micro analysis of the
weld zone.
Monitoring of voltage and current
(Resistance spot welding)
Project coordinator: Professor Ivan Samardžić
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 446 789
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2007-2011
Programme type: National project
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Advanced Cutting Techniques
for Environmentally Friendly Manufacturing
Project results in year 2010:
The test samples for turning tests were made of heat treated steel.
Two different structures with significant difference in hardness
were obtained on test samples which enables monitoring and
comparison of conditions of cutting hard and soft materials. These
tests were conducted at different cutting regimes (cutting speed,
feed rate and cutting depth). Digitalized images of microstructure
of chips and the analysis of particle shape in the analyzed surface
were performed. Microstructure measurements are determined by
the baseline thickness of elementary lamellae, on the basis of these
data and the frequency of creating fins. Laboratory measurements
of components of cutting force and acceleration in the processing
of test samples were recorded. Microhardness measurements
were conducted on machined surfaces, as well as on rough
surfaces. Mathematical models were created to determine the
frequency of changes of stress on the results of microanalysis of
single particles and the geometric size of test samples. The
machinability (according to the wear of tools) of Inconel 718 was
investigated (e.g. dry machining, MQL, liquid nitrogen, gaseous
nitrogen, classically cool). The results of comparative cryogenic
treatment (liquid nitrogen) as compared to conventional processes
were experimentally verified by analyzing: cutting force, tool
wear, temperature and cost. Cryogenic technology has high
potential for cost reduction, creating less waste, and it also has
lower environmental and social impact. Studies have been done
by measuring the quality of the cooling flush and lubrication. In
collaboration with the Head of the LABOD from Ljubljana, Prof.
Janez Kopač who was a subcontractor on the project, a research on
the utilization of alternative coolants and lubricants (liquid
nitrogen) was conducted. Ministry approved CRO-SLO bilateral
projects in the period 2010-2011. The research project is an
important contribution to a PhD student and two students of
postgraduate professional studies. Achievements have been
published in the Journal of Mechanical Engineering (CC) and in
the journal Technical Gazette (SCI-expanded).
Experience of Hungarian colleagues from Kecskemet was helpful
when using MQL equipment. MQL equipment was purchased
from the German suppliers and activities planned for research in
the field are being realized, especially in the factory Đuro
Đaković.
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Project coordinator: Professor Antun Stoić
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 446 188
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2008-2011
Programme type: National project
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Development of ERP System for Digital Factory
Project results in year 2010:
The research was conducted according to the set schedule of
activities. The analysis of special demands in ERP (Enterprise
Resource Planning) Systems for various types of production and
service enterprises and types of production (metal processing,
wood processing and construction) was done.
Project coordinator: Professor Tomislav Šarić
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 444
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports – Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2007-2011
Programme type: National project
Material Resource Planning (MRP), which is a formal
computerized approach to inventory planning, manufacturing
scheduling, supplier scheduling and overall corporate planning,
was used.
Inventory planning for certain types of production, as well as
modelling of multilevel component, which will be part of ERP
system for different types of production with multilingual
application, was done.
The analysis of process planning, standardization of technological
processes, tools and NC programmes for transfer of technological
processes was done. A model for selection of optimal cutting
parameters (cutting depth, feed rate, etc.) for the selected machine
and type of most widely used materials in the metal processing
industry was chosen.
The criteria for choosing the most adequate supplier were
suggested and analysed. There were two kinds of criteria:
commercial criteria (price, delivery deadline, type of payment,
meeting the delivery deadlines, complaints) and quality of the
delivered goods. Multi-criteria decision making (MCDM)
methods were used for choosing the suppliers. A model of basic
planning of preparation and production capacities (with expected
deadlines and costs according to achieved goals and expected
duration) was investigated.
The possibilities of defining a Maintenance plan for different
equipment (by using different maintenance strategies) were
investigated. A model for choosing a maintenance strategy was
determined. It is based on Total Productive Maintenance, i.e. a
management system for optimizing the productivity of
manufacturing equipment through systematic equipment
maintenance involving employees at all levels.
The research results were published in scientific journals and at
conferences.
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Numerical Modelling of ConvectionDiffusion Phase Change Problems
Project results in year 2010:
Modelling of the transport phenomena occurring during
solid/liquid phase change involves consideration of the fluid flow
and heat and mass transfer processes. Special attention should be
given to the treatment of the latent heat evolution because this
term is a function of the temperature, as well as of the mixture
concentration. This fact produces a strong coupling between the
energy and species concentration equation and causes numerical
instability problem.
Generation of the algorithm for the calculation of velocity field,
pressure and temperature field involves development of the
mathematical model, development and implementation of the
appropriate method for the simultaneous solving of the equations
in the liquid and solid phase with prescribing the condition on the
time dependent phase boundary. In the first phase of the project,
the mathematical model for the simulation of a phase change
process of the pure substances based on the enthalpy method is
developed and a comparison of this model with the previously
developed mathematical model, in which latent heat is considered
through the source term of the energy equation, is performed. In
the second phase, the numerical model is created and the new
algorithm based on the enthalpy method and computer program
are developed for the computation of phase change problem.
During the third and fourth year of the duration of the project, the
research area was based on the development of the mathematical
model and computer program for the simulation of heat and mass
transfer process in the binary mixture. The testing of the program
is done and the comparison of the time dependent velocity and
temperature field with results computed with commercial
software and analysis of the natural convection driven by the
temperature and concentration differences in the binary mixture
are performed. Three papers have been published in Technical
Gazette, Strojarstvo and Transaction of FAMENA and one article
has been accepted for publishing in International Journal of Heat
and Mass Transfer.
Cooling of sphere due to natural convection
Project coordinator: Professor Marija Živić
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 443
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 2007-2011
Programme type: National project
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Submitted New Projects
Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) – Component IIIC
(Regional Development – Regional Competitiveness)
Title of the action:
Establishment of New Product Development Training
Centre
First name and surname of the legal representative of the
institution:
Prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin,
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
Partner(s):
Partner 1:
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Slovenia
Associate(s):
Associate 1:
Technology Development Centre – Development Agency of
Brod-Posavina County Ltd. (CTR), Slavonski Brod, Croatia
Associate 2:
METALLUM d.o.o., Slavonski Brod, Croatia
Short description:
Establishment of New Product Development Training Centre
(NPDTC).
Overall objective: To strengthen the overall competitiveness of
Croatia and to contribute to sustainable regional development.
Specific objective: To support development of HEI's innovation
commercialization capacities thus enabling increase in economic
activity and increase of employment in SMEs.
Establishment of New Product Development Training Centre
includes the following actions: adaptation of the facility, purchase
and installation of planed equipment, training for using of
equipment, capacity building and networking (capacity building
for NPDTC staff and for SMEs), preparation of training materials,
selection of participants, 15 different training workshops,
establishment of regional network between HEI and SMEs, one
regional conference on "Science-Technology-Business
Networking and Collaboration" and one closing conference.
Status of MEFSB (SFSB):
Applicant
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Title of the action:
Open Lectures for Knowledge Based Industries
First name and surname of the legal representative(s) of the
institution:
Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović PhD Mech Eng
Doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Galeta PhD Mech Eng,
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
Partner(s):
Department of Physics, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek
Short description:
To implement open and remote lectures at the Faculty in order to
contribute to lifelong learning and sustainable regional
development and industry competitiveness of SMEs.
To select and publish those lectures from faculty syllabus closely
related to innovation commercialization in public R&D and
related to the enhancement of the science-industry/business
collaboration as open lectures;
To equip selected lectures and lecturers with necessary hardware
and software;
To provide additional top-level education of lecturers for selected
subjects;
To develop Internet web framework for registration, charging,
notification and tracking of candidates;
To develop the essential infrastructure necessary for open lectures
and for remote learning;
To educate lecturers for open lectures and for remote learning;
To prepare legal bases for implementation of open lectures.
Status of MEFSB (SFSB):
Applicant
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Title of the action:
Centre for Foundry Technology - SIMET
First name and surname of the legal representative of the
institution:
Doc. dr. sc. Ivan Brnardić – contact person
Faculty of Metallurgy, Sisak
Partner(s):
University of Zagreb (Faculty of Metallurgy in Sisak),
University of Osijek (Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod),
University of Zagreb (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and
NavalArchitecture)
Associates:
University of Zagreb (Faculty of Chemical Engineering and
Technology),
University of Ljubljana (Faculty of Natural Sciences and
Engineering),
University of Maribor (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering),
Croatian Chamber of Economy, Sisak County Chamber
Short description:
The Project Centre for Foundry Technology-SIMET is designed
to contribute to the overall competitiveness of the Croatian
economy by focusing on development, manufacture and solving
of technological problems for SME`s and industry in the field of
metallurgy. Poor competitiveness of SME`s and industry in the
region Panonska Hrvatska is related to insufficiently affirmative
business climate and low impact of knowledge. According to that
Project SIMET has 2 specific objectives; to enhance: 1) SME`s
and industry competitiveness and concurrence by improving
business potential and ensuring positive business climate, and 2)
contribution of technology and R&D to economic development of
SME's and industry in this sub-developed region. Action plan
includes strenghtening of the research potential, R&D,
technology-knowledge transfer and dissemination of project
activities.
Status of MEFSB (SFSB):
Partner
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Title of the action:
Surface Engineering Centre (SEC)
First name and surname of the legal representative(s) of the
institution:
Prof. dr. sc. Franjo Cajner,
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture,
Zagreb
Applicant:
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and
Naval Architecture
Partners:
Mechanical Engineering Faculty, Slavonski Brod
Faculty of Engineering, Rijeka
Institute of Metals and Technology, IMT, Ljubljana
Short description:
The overall idea of the Surface Engineering Centre is developing
organisational and technical infrastructure in the engineering area
in order to strengthen scientific, educational and economic
activities through the establishment of a Surface Engineering
Centre (SEC). The mission of the Surface Engineering Centre is to
extend knowledge about the applicability and to improve
performance by applying the procedures of surface engineering.
Also, the primary activity of the Surface Engineering Centre is to
educate our students, researchers and professionals dealing with
these issues and through the scientific research to transfer the
technological know-how to industrial practice.
Status of MEFSB (SFSB):
Partner
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Title of the action:
Set up of an innovation system in the Brod-Posavina
County – Industrial Liaison Office of the Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
First name and surname of the legal representative of the
institution:
dr. sc. Gabriele Gatti
AREAScience Park of Trieste
Applicant:
Area Science Park, Italy
Partner:
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
Short description:
The overall project objective is to contribute to sustainable
regional development and industry growth and competitiveness in
high value added sectors of economy and market in BrodPosavina County by means of: a) building technology transfer and
innovation management and commercialization capacities in the
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod of the J. J.
Strossmayer University of Osijek (MEF); b) responding to the
technology and innovation demand stemming from local
enterprises. The specific project objectives will be centred around
the design and start up of an innovative Industrial Liaison Office
(ILO) at the Faculty as facilitator of the dialogue and interaction
between academia and business.
The total duration of the action is 18 months. The expected results
are as follows:
- to train a group of 3-4 skilled professionals in technology transfer
management, in order to get the necessary professionalization on
specialist subjects dealing with technical, economical, financial,
IPR contents and to become the linking nodes between academia
and market.
- as far as the students at MEF are concerned, the start up of an ILO
will allow them to have more opportunities of interaction with
companies in the County, making them more competitive in terms
of labour market (it is expected that 10-15 students will be
involved in the above mentioned activities with companies every
year, out of approximately 80 graduate and postgraduate students
per year)
- an increased collaboration between students and enterprises
might lead to more innovative ideas brought on the market, thus
contributing to improve SMEs competitiveness
- as far as the professors at MEF are concerned, the ILO will
provide them with information in terms of patents and protection
of intellectual property and at the same time publicize to the
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companies the results of their work and research, multiplying
opportunities to develop joint activities and projects with
industrial partners. It is expected that up to 50 professors will be
involved in the above mentioned activities with companies every
year (out of 74 Faculty members).
Furthermore, the support of the ILO will contribute improving the
technical capacities of the target group and of local partners (MEF,
CTR and Industrial Park Nova Gradiška) in terms of enhanced
skills for managing innovation and technology transfer as well as
for approaching companies and researchers in Brod-Posavina
County and surrounding counties.
In terms of companies, they will benefit at the largest extent from
the results of the project to start up the ILO at MEF, through the
experimental model of services to be developed and delivered,
based on a set of methodologies, techniques and tools well
developed and consolidated which involve in a synergistic way
academia and industry to set up an integrated system meant to
valorise research results, to diffuse and apply innovation and to
transfer technologies to SMEs. A set of criteria for the selection of
companies will be established so to include local companies with
a high growth potential: 80-100 companies will be contacted. As a
result, out of the group of 30-40 companies that will be visited, 1520 ideas and needs for innovations will be identified. A maximum
of 3-5 pilot innovation actions will then be selected and
performed.
Status of MEFSB (SFSB):
Partner
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Title of the action:
Renewable Energy Sources Centre as an Incentive for
Sustainable Development of Slavonija Region
First name and surname of the legal representative of the
institution:
Prof. dr. sc. Damir Šljivac,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering Osijek
Applicant:
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical
Engineering Osijek
Partner 1:
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of
Agriculture, Croatia
Partner 2:
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering, Croatia
Short description:
Overall objective of the proposed project is sustainable economic
development in the region through industry competitiveness
raising by knowledge and technology transfer and
commercialization of project ideas. In order to achieve this goal in
18 months of project duration, project team prepared a set of
activities which are designed to solve problems in the region
regarding a gap between the needs of economy and the higher
educational system, low environmental protection awareness,
lack of information on renewable energy sources as well as on
possible RES investments. Expected results of the project are as
follows: Raised project management capacities (raised capacities
for all Project partners in this type of Project); Founded
knowledge and technology transfer centre for renewable energy
(centre functioning and providing knowledge and skills for using
renewable energy sources in agriculture, heat and electricity
production); Established centres management and expert
capacities (managers and experts that work in a centre); Raised
energy efficiency and environment protection awareness (200
counselling hours, 200 people educated about the importance of
using renewable energy sources).
Status of MEFSB (SFSB):
Partner
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Accepted New Projects
Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) – Component IIIC
(Regional Development – Regional Competitiveness)
Title of the action:
Promoting the development of entrepreneurship
based on innovation, knowledge and new technologies
in Brod Posavina County TECHNOLOGY PARK / BISC
Nova Gradiska
The partners are:
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Agreement on co-financing the project was signed on 10
December 2010.
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Project is managed by: THE CITY OF NOVAGRADIŠKA
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The project aims: to contribute to sustainable regional
development, to improve the competitiveness of the region, to
create a system for the development of entrepreneurship based on
innovation, knowledge and new technologies, and to create new
jobs with higher added value.
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The planned results are:
- the establishment and development of a multi-sector Technology
Park for providing services to the business sector and the
implementation of human resource development,
- capacity building for the provision of business services related to
research and development, innovation, knowledge and
technology transfer, international business services, technology
incubation,
- development capacity for human resource development in new
technologies.
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Action will have a direct positive impact on improving the
competitiveness of the County and the Pannonian region for work
and investment, sustainable regional development, and improving
the investment potential and the potential for employment in the
Region.
The main activities are:
- Establishment of a multi-sector Technology Park,
- Supply and installation of equipment (IT, sophisticated training
and productive machinery and equipment – CNC metal and wood
processing, electrotechnics and electro machinery, solar
technology),
- Development of cooperation and networks among educational,
R&D institutions, business sector and government units
(implementation of the concept of Regional cluster),
- Establishment of international cooperation and network in
related area, Training of managerial and technical staff of the
Applicant and its Partners (international business services, knowhow and technology transfer and business incubation),
- Design and development of services relating to the new
technologies, marketing and international business services,
business/technology incubator services, engineering and
technology services and training programmes.
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Industrijski park Nova Gradiška d.o.o.
za razvoj i ulaganje
Strojarski fakultet Slavonski Brod
(Sveučilište J. J. Strossmayera, Osijek)
Conzorzio per l'AREA di ricerca
scientifica e Technologica di Trieste AREA Science park, Italy
Industrijsko-obrtnička škola Nova
Gradiška
Elektrotehnička škola Nova Gradiška
Brodsko-posavska županija
Hrvatska gospodarska komora Županijska komora Slavonski Brod
Obrtnička komora Brodsko-posavske
županije
Regionalna razvojna agencija, IAL
FVG, Italy.
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The target groups of project beneficiaries:
- small and medium-sized enterprises (existing small and
medium-sized businesses, start-up companies, new investors), as
potential users of business and technology services,
- students, artisans and workers in the field of training
programmes.
Availability of new services and improved quality of the
workforce will increase competitiveness, development and
investment potential of the business sector, contributing to the
preservation of existing jobs and creating new jobs of higher
added value and to attraction of new investment of higher
technological levels in Industrial / Technology Park Nova
Gradiska.
It is planned that the Project (within the 5-year period) will support
the establishment and development of 30 new technologyoriented companies, attracting 10 new investments in the
Industrial / Technology Park, and directly support the creation of
400 new jobs of higher added value. The project will also have a
positive impact on the preservation of existing jobs that are in
danger because of technological obsolescence and outdated skills.
Action is based on the idea that innovation is a key factor for
stimulating economic growth and increased competitiveness and
the fact that the attractiveness, value and competitiveness rely on
the well-developed and developing research infrastructure, highly
skilled workforce and diffused culture of innovation.
Total project cost amounts to 1.146.591,93 € and the European
Union will co-finance 802.614,35 €.
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Junior Researchers
Nataša Veljić
Institution: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University
of Zenica, Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Cooperation Agreement (signed on 4 December 2009)
Study stay: 10 May – 10 June 2010
Nataša Veljić visited Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Zenica (Chair for Energy and Process Engineering)
where she acquired new knowledge, and investigated research
possibilities for her PhD thesis. She mastered a number of tutorials
for the use of computational fluid dynamics (FLUENT software)
which can be used for her PhD thesis (laminar and turbulent flow,
heat transfer by conduction, convection, radiation, generating of
grids for different geometries).
Furthermore, Nataša Veljić visited modern laboratories of Chair
for Energy and Process Engineering, and attended lectures in the
field of Kinematics and Fluid Dynamics. This study stay was very
useful because she was given the opportunity to research and
study in detail the fund of the library (PhD theses, data bases, etc.)
at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
This kind of study stay can help in establishing new contacts and
future scientific cooperation between the faculties.
Different equipment at laboratory of the Chair
for Energy and Process Engineering (Faculty
of Mechanical Engineering, University of Zenica )
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Josip Stojšić
Institution: Kecskemét College, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering and Automation, Department of Rubber and
Polymer Technology. Kecskemét, Hungary
Erasmus Mobility Programme in academic year
2010/2011
Study stay: 15 October 2010 – 15 January 2011
In the time period of 15 October 2010 – 15 January 2011, Josip
Stojšić visited the Department of Rubber and Polymer
Technology at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and
Automation as an Erasmus student. During the study stay and
under the supervision of prof.dr.sc. Károly Belina, Josip Stojšić
had the opportunity to work at one of the best-equipped
laboratories for polymer processing in Europe.
In the first part of the three-month period, Stojšić studied the
basics of the rheological calculations and measurements with online extruder and capillary rheometer. He also learned how to
control the injection moulding machine with instrumented
injection moulds for measuring the cavity pressure as a function of
the process parameters.
This study visit was a valuable experience and a chance to become
acquainted with the modern technologies. Furthermore, it was
also useful for establishing new contacts and future scientific
cooperation between two faculties.
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Defended PhD Theses
Mirko Karakašić
PhD Thesis:
Connection Model of Product Functions,
Parameters and their Value Intervals in Product
Development, by Using Function and
Functionality Matrix
Model povezivanja funkcija proizvoda, parametara i
njihovih intervala vrijednosti kod razvoja proizvoda,
primjenom matrice funkcije i funkcionalnosti
Summary: After ground and motivation for research, this
doctoral thesis shows theoretical basements that form exploration
background for research represented with this thesis. By
representation theory of technical systems, design process,
functional modelling, design catalogues and matrix methods,
short region review remarkable for this research was presented.
Criteria, by which products, functions and functionalities are
defined, are listed in this thesis. Function definition criteria should
contribute to better understanding and leading of design process
on abstract level. First and second structural form of function and
functionality matrix model is developed. By developed
mathematical model, functions and functionalities are
interrelated. Functionalities solve defined functions. Functions
are described by parameters and their interval values. In this way,
functions are unambiguously described. Property of sub-matrix
appears inside the matrix model. Relations between functions and
functionalities are achieved by links inside sub-matrix. Product
matrix structure is realised by binding functions that interrelate
first and second structural form of function and functionality
matrix models. Matrix structure is the basis for generation of
shape (physical) of product structure. Detail function structure is
the basis for generation of first and second structural form of
function and functionality matrix. Relation between levels of
detail function structure, matrix structure and hierarchical tree
shaped product structure is explained. Matrix models are
implemented in developed computer Web application. Building
blocks present simple technical systems. They are described by
functions and stored in central MySQL database of developed
computer application. Matrix model and computer Web
application are tested then on concrete products.
Date of defence: March 12, 2010
Examination Committee:
Prof. dr.s c. Ivan Samardžić, Chair
Prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin, Mentor
Prof. dr. sc. Jožef Duhovnik, Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering, University of
Ljubljana, Slovenia, Member
Prof. dr. sc. Franjo Matejiček, Member
Prof. dr. sc. Milan Opalić, Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering and Naval
Architecture in Zagreb, Member
Mirko Karakašić
during the dissertation defence
Examination Committee
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Model of the first structural form of the function and functionality matrix
Function and functionality matrix generated in developed computer Web application
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Pejo Konjatić
PhD Thesis:
Analysis of Influence of Weld Geometry and
Mechanical Properties of Weld Materials in the
Weld on Fracture Behaviour of Repaired Welded
Joint
Analiza utjecaja geometrije zavara i mehaničkih
svojstava materijala u zavaru na lomno ponašanje
repariranog zavarenog spoja
Summary: This dissertation deals with investigation of the
influence of geometry and mechanical properties of weld material
in the weld to fracture behaviour of welded joint. The research was
primarily focused on repaired welded joints where there is
heterogeneity in terms of differences of mechanical properties of
weld material. In addition to investigating heterogeneity, an
investigation of influence of flaw size, i.e. crack in a
heterogeneous welded joint, was also performed. In the
introductory chapter, a detailed definition of the investigated
problem is described, as well as previous and current research
relevant to issues of fracture behaviour of welded joints.
Likewise, a short overview of the beginning and importance of
further development of procedures for assessing the integrity of
the structures without welds, as well as for assessment of welded
structures is given, with emphasis on the necessity of developing
the procedures containing modules for heterogeneous welded
joints. The main and auxiliary dissertation hypotheses are stated,
related to investigated problem. For acceptance or rejection of the
hypothesis, guidance in research is defined. Scientific methods to
be used in this research are described and expected scientific
contribution is given. In further sections, a problem of crack
occurrence in welded joints is described and importance of
reparations in the repair welding of welded joints is briefly
explained, followed by an overview of the basics of the theory of
Date of defence: May 7, 2010
Examination Committee:
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić, Chair
Prof. dr. sc. Franjo Matejiček, Mentor
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak, Member
Prof. dr. sc. Nenad Gubeljak, Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering, University of
Maribor, Slovenia, Member
Prof. dr. sc. Dragomir Krumes, Member
Pejo Konjatić after PhD conferment
Examination Committee
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plasticity with emphasis on the analytical method of slip line field
analysis for determination of the limit load causing plastic
collapse of structures. The development and procedure of the
often used integrity assessment methods are also described. At the
end of the first part of the dissertation, application of finite
element method in elastic-plastic fracture mechanics is described.
Carried out analytical and numerical investigations on standard
fracture mechanics three-point bend specimen were described in
the following sections of this work. A numerical model for finite
element analysis is generated, verified using analytical methods
of slip line field and compared with results of previous research
done on welds with the weld strength higher or lower than strength
of base material of weld joint. An additional material with certain
degree of strength mis-match to the base material was
implemented in verified numerical model. The model's
geometrical parameters, the size of the cracks and the strength
mis-match factors of materials present in the weld are
systematically varied in order to determine their influence on
fracture behaviour of repaired welded joint. Primarily,
determination of yield loads was carried out i.e. determination of
force which causes plastic yielding of the whole net section of the
weld inducing plastic collapse. For different configurations of
weld geometry and materials present in weld, a compendium of
yield loads for heterogeneous welded joint is derived. Results of
performed analysis are graphically displayed and presented in
tables and using statistical processing and analysing results
mathematical models that properly describe the fracture
behaviour of weld, depending on the influential mechanical and
geometrical parameters are defined, either if crack is located in
stronger or in weaker part of weld considering strength of
materials. At the end, a several examples of structural integrity
assessments of the homogeneous and heterogeneous weld using
SINTAP procedure were done, which has not been done so far
because of the lack of any force compendia solutions for yield load
of heterogeneous welded joints.
Numerical model of heterogeneous welded joint
Flow field of material of heterogeneous welded joint with fracture
in the material with lower strength than the strength of base material
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Andrijana Milinović
PhD Thesis:
Research of Boride Layers Formation Kinetics on
Carbon Steels
Istraživanje kinetike nastanka boridnih slojeva na
nelegiranim čelicima
Summary: In this study, the influence of boronizing parameters
(temperature and duration) and chemical composition of carbon
steels on kinetics of creation of boride layers is explored. Also
analyzed are cross sectional changes of contents of boride phase
and hardness of layer. Overview of researches conducted so far in
the field of boronizing is given in introduction. After laying down
reasons and motivation that initiated this study, all planned
activities and scientific methods to be used are given. Regarding
scientific research issues, hypotheses are defined and expected
scientific contribution is stated. In continuation of this study,
theoretical basics of boronizing procedures and diffusion of atoms
in solids are provided. Within experimental part of this study,
design of experiment is described according to which procedure
of boronizing in a solid agent is conducted. Boronizing is
conducted on three carbon steels (C15, C45 and C70W2) under
different conditions regarding temperature and duration of
boronizing. Microstructure has been analyzed within
metallographic examinations. Through usage of linear method,
average thicknesses of boride layers are determined. Also
analyzed is the change of volume share of boride phase
concerning cross section of the layer. Based on volume share of
boride phase as well as measured hardnesses of base material and
boride phase, change of cross sectional layer hardnesses is
determined and analyzed. Analysis showed that variation of
boronizing parameters as well as chemical composition of carbon
steel influence on volume share of boride phase and hardness
concerning cross section of layer.
Date of defence: July 14, 2010
Examination Committee:
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak, Chair
Prof. dr. sc. Dragomir Krumes, Mentor
Prof. dr. sc. Božidar Matijević, Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering and Naval
Architecture, University of Zagreb, Member
Prof. dr. sc. Vlatko Marušić, Member
Prof. dr. sc. Ivica Kladarić, Member
Pejo Konjatić, Andrijana Milinović and
Daniel Novoselović after PhD conferment
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a)
In continuation, through application of basic laws of diffusion,
values of frequency factors and activation energy, concerning
boron diffusion into examined steels, have been determined.
Analysis has shown functional correlation between these values
and chemical composition of carbon steel. Mathematical models
discovered enable determination of values of activation energy
and frequency factors based on content of carbon within carbon
steel. Through use of statistic methods, in further continuation of
this study, the influence of temperature and duration of
boronizing, as well as the chemical composition of steel, is
analyzed with respect to average thickness of boride layer,
thickness of the compact part of layer and its tootheness. Analysis
showed existence of influence of mentioned factors upon
observed properties of boride layer, and as a result, mathematical
models showing their functional correlation have been obtained.
b)
c)
Microstructures of boride layers at ϑ = 920 ºC,
t = 8 h, magnification 200 : 1: a) C15 Steel,
b) C45 Steel and c) C70W2 Steel
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Daniel Novoselović
PhD Thesis:
Influence of Technological Parameters on
Residual Stresses in Pressure Die Casting
Utjecaj tehnoloških parametara na zaostala naprezanja
pri tlačnom lijevanju odljevaka
Summary: This dissertation deals with research of the influence
of technological parameters on residual stresses in pressure die
castings. The motivation for the research was given in the
introduction, where it is evident that the production of aluminium
alloy castings is growing and that mostly used technology for
production is pressure die casting. This technology is very
complex with many technological parameters which can cause
defects on the castings (distortions and cracks in castings), which
are often consequence of residual stresses. Reviews of previous
research show that influences of technological parameters on
residual stresses in pressure die casting are not thoroughly
investigated, so this phenomenon has been investigated. The
reason for occurrence of residual stresses in castings, types of
stresses, possibility of their determination and removal were
analyzed. Technology of pressure die casting was described and
the technology parameters, which can have influence on
occurrence of residual stress in castings, were also analyzed. After
the most influencing technological parameters were selected,
research was performed in two directions:
- determination of residual stresses with the computer simulation
- calculation of residual stresses based on the measured strain.
Date of defence: July 16, 2010
Examination committee
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak, Chair
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Budić, Mentor
Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos, Member
Prof. dr. sc. Branko Grizelj, Member
Prof. dr. sc. Faruk Unkić, Faculty of Metallurgy,
University of Zagreb, Member
Daniel Novoselović
during the dissertation defence
Examination Committee
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The normal stresses in the direction of axis X
Shape of the casting was selected and computer simulations, with
different values of influence of technological parameters, were
carried out. Computer simulations have been carried out
according to the research plan with software MAGMAsoft in the
foundry P. P. C. Buzet, d. o. o. in Buzet. To validate the results of
computer simulation, test samples were cast in operating
conditions in the foundry LIPOVICA d. o. o. - Popovača. The
strains in test castings were measured by "hole-drilling method".
They are used to calculate equivalent residual stress. Based on the
results, functional dependence is defined, and diagrams of
influence of technological parameters on the equivalent residual
stresses are made. After comparing the results, conclusions of the
dissertation were adopted, and further research was suggested.
The normal stresses in the direction of axis Z
Test castings casted accordingly to plan of experiments
The eqivalent stresses by von Mises
The results of simulation of residual stresses
for V01
(Ju = 670 °C; vII faze = 1,67 m/s; pIII faze = 188 bar)
Analysis of the measuring results by the standard
ASTM E 837-01 method
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University Specialists of Mechanical Engineering
Atila Čizmar
Title:
Preparation, Evaluation and Monitoring of
Distribution Pipeline Project
Priprema, vrednovanje i praćenje projekata izgradnje
distribucijskih plinovoda
Summary: Regular supply of consumers with natural gas
depends on the construction of new and expanding of existing
pipeline network. To achieve continuity in the construction of gas
pipeline networks and to satisfy the numerous demands and
obligations that the company has, it is necessary to deal with
reliable and complete information, and based on this information
to make a high quality building plan which is always limited by
funding and available resources.
In this work, an insight into the importance of the project during
the life cycle, as well as the importance of managing the project is
presented. Construction of distribution gas pipelines belongs to
investment projects in whose construction direct and indirect
participants are involved, where the rights and obligations of
participants are regulated by legislation, treaties, standards and
profession rules. When making a decision on the construction, it is
necessary to evaluate and assess the project, and to take into
account the socio-economic value that the project brings.
Furthermore, an insight into some areas of artificial intelligence
that is used in preparation and decision making is provided.
Finally, the work includes a brief overview of monitoring project
realization and proposals for improving the monitoring of the
project for construction of distribution gas pipelines.
To solve the decision problem, an expert system has been used –
Expertrule Knowledge Builder of the manufacturer Expertrule
Software. Selected qualitative and quantitative criteria determine
the significance in the model of multicriteria evaluation. In this
way, the impact of criteria on the total project evaluation changes
in accordance with the real conditions in the company and the
environment and gives priority to the realization of one of the
monitored projects.
The aim of this specialist work is to achieve an objective decision
supported by artificial intelligence and by using this kind of
analysis and preparation, the investor reduces the risk of
investments, eliminates subjectivity of decision making and
increases efficiency and reduces preparation time of construction
of distribution gas pipelines.
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Date of defence: July 13, 2010
Examination Committee:
Prof. dr. sc. Marija Živić, Chair
Prof. dr. sc. Goran Šimunović, Mentor
Prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić, Member
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Tomislav Draganjac
Title:
IZBOR DOBAVLJAČA
CIJENA
ISPORUKA
DOBAVLJAČ 1
PARITET
DOBAVLJAČ 2
PAKIRANJE
PLAĆANJE
DOBAVLJAČ 3
AHP model for supplier selection
Date of defence: November 8, 2010
Examination Committee
Prof. dr. sc. Ivica Kladarić, Chair
Prof. dr. sc. Katica Šimunović, Mentor
Prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić, Member
Application of Advanced Methods in Inventory
Control and Classification
Primjena suvremenih metoda u upravljanju i
klasifikaciji zaliha
Summary: In this work, with the aim of efficient inventory
management, multicriteria inventory classification and criteria
have been proposed. Based on proposed criteria and multicriteria
inventory classification, using the methodology of analytic
hierarchy process (AHP), it has been proven that the use of only
one criterion – annual cost (according to traditional ABC
classification), does not provide a reliable classification, but with
the multicriteria approach reliable decision can be made.
According to the traditional ABC classification, the items with
relatively low costs belong to the group C, but by the inclusion of
the proposed criteria of criticality and delivery time, these items
are among the group A and B, because of relatively high critical
factor and longer delivery time. The items which deserve close
attention are unambiguously defined by the multicriteria
approach, so the multicriteria approach to supplier selection for
those items makes sense.
Considering the different production conditions, various criteria
for the supplier selection can be defined; therefore, according to
the specificity in the company Same Deutz Fahr Žetelice d.o.o. the
following criteria are proposed: price, parity, postponing
payment, packing and delivery. After the defined criteria, weights
and local priorities of supplier are obtained, using the AHP
methodology. Finally, the suppliers are ranked.
In this work, except the application of AHP methodology, the
possibility of supplier evaluation using an expert system was
discussed. These two approaches are compared and it is concluded
that the AHP supplier selection model could be effectively
integrated with the proposed AHP multicriteria inventory
classification model into the inventory and warehouse modules of
ERP system, with the main goal of automatic selection of A group
items and further the selection of supplier. However, in many
Croatian companies, the supplier selection is based on the sum of
score of the criteria and the expert system, as an independent
decision support (not integrated into the information system of the
company), could also be applicable.
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Ilija Džepina
Title:
Choice of Induction Hardening Parameters of
Sheaves of Dredgers
Izbor parametara indukcijskog kaljenja utora lijevanih
užnica jaružara
Summary: In this paper, a choice of heat treatment parameters of
sheaves, method of determination of surface errors and sanation of
surface damages is comprised. On test samples that are made from
the same material (GS30Mn5), trials of welding are made
(SMAW procedure) by fluting of prepared damaged places. After
that, induction hardening is performed with different parameters.
Control of crack appearance is determined by magnetic method.
With recording of cross section structure and measuring of
hardness, it is determined that apart from corresponding input of
energy (electricity frequency) the properties of sheave surface
layer also depend on coolant choice. Satisfactory hardness
(320÷400 HB) is achieved with the combination of air cooling and
water with simultaneous avoidance of cracks. This choice of
parameters should provide satisfactory operating life of wires
(hardness 500÷550 HB) and safe exploitation of dredgers.
Inductor with air and water coolant
Induction hardening of sheaves
Characteristic microstructure of HAZ / weld
Date of defence: December 13, 2010
Dredger
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Examination Committee:
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić, Chair
Prof. dr. sc. Vlatko Marušić, Mentor
Prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Šarić, Member
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Activities of Departments
Department for Mechanical Design
The activities of the Department for Mechanical Design include
the complete analysis during development and design of the
product: structure design by using CAD tools, calculation and
analysis of structures by using analytic expressions and numeric
methods (usually FEM) with structure optimisation and
development of different methods for evaluation of single design
solutions, experimental analysis of finished products and models
through planning of experiments, research and processing models
of experiments. Scientific-research work of the Department and
the cooperation with the economy are the basis for improving the
education process. As the result of scientific-research work, many
papers were published in scientific and professional journals, as
well as in numerous proceeding books at international
conferences. Scientific research of the Department was used as the
basis for a number of final papers and PhD dissertations.
The members of the Department are involved in solving numerous
problems that occur in the process of design, production and
exploitation in different production companies. The Department
offers the following services:
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revision of calculations and projects
expertise of design and different fractures testing
redesign of products and development of products, etc.,
by using the computers, test equipment and adequate programmes
that exist at the Faculty.
The following Laboratories are part of the Department and they
are used for educational purposes, scientific-research work and
cooperation with the economy:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Laboratory for Mechanical Design
Laboratory for Mechanical Testing
Laboratory for Engines and Motor Vehicles
Laboratory for Electrical Engineering
Computer Classroom ĐĐ
The Department uses the equipment from these laboratories, as
well as the equipment from other Departments and institutions
(due to cooperation programme LECAD Group and other forms
of cooperation).
The Laboratory for Mechanical Design is used for classic
measuring: deformation, stress, force, displacement, velocity,
acceleration, pressure, etc. The measuring can be static or
variable. Next to test equipment, there are also computers used for
data processing. The testing can be done in the laboratory on real
models, as well as on the work site on real objects: machines,
vehicles, plants, steel structures, etc.
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The Laboratory equipment includes:
VibroMetTM 500V Laser Doppler Vibrometer
The VibroMetTM 500V Laser Doppler Vibrometer measures the
velocity and frequency of vibration at a point of vibrating target. It
can also be used for measuring displacement and acceleration.
Both of these parameters can be obtained in software by direct
integration and derivation of the velocity. For good reflecting
surfaces the VibroMet™ 500V can measure targets at any distance
between 1 cm and 5 meters. It can measure frequencies from DC to
20 kHz. Velocity of vibration has a maximum value of 1,0 m/s.
The VibroMetTM 500V consists of a remote laser sensor head and
an electronic controller. The remote laser sensor head includes an
infrared laser diode for measurement, a red laser diode for aiming,
an acousto-optic modulator and a high sensitivity photo-detector.
The electronic controller has both a demodulated velocity output
and a 10,7 MHz frequency modulated signal output. The second
laser is a red 650 nm laser that can be turned on and off by a switch
on the back of the laser head. This red laser is used to see where the
measurement is being taken.
Both displacement and acceleration can be obtained in the
software by direct integration and derivation of the velocity. The
VibroMetTM 500V is ideal for measuring vibration on reflective
surfaces. For less reflective surfaces, it is easy to increase the
reflectivity of the surface with white or retro-reflective paint or
paper.
The front of the controller has a signal strength
indicator, two selectable velocity ranges and an
array of low pass filter options (1, 2, 5, 10, 20
kHz), which can be used for lifting S/N
spectral strips.
Velocity and frequency data of an automobile engine
as the RPMs are ramped up.
Characterizing automotive engines to quantify
vehicle noise & vibrations.
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Benefits
- Non-contact measurements without mass
loading
- High temperature measurements
- Vibration measurement on rotating parts
- Easy-to-use Point & Measure Operation
- Ultra high sensitivity.
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Measuring amplifier HBM-MGCplus ABx22A
Measuring amplifier HBM-MGCplus AB×22A has 24 measuring
channels with 0,05 accuracy. The number of measuring channels
is 2×8 for measuring with full, half and quarter bridge for electric
resistance measuring strips, SG. There are also 4 piezo sensors
(with power supply) that can be used for measuring. Measuring
can be done by using 4 induction sensors (LVDT and B12).
Measuring amplifier can be used for measuring: deformation,
stress, force, displacement, velocity, acceleration, pressure, etc.
Measuring can be either static or variable. Measuring can be done
on the machines, vehicles, plants, steel structures, etc.
Measuring amplifier HBM-MGCplus ABx22A
with 24 measuring channels
Force measurement during turning
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The Laboratory for Mechanical Testing uses the following
equipment for analysis of crack propagation:
Microscope for monitoring of crack propagation
With the Leica MZ12.5 stereomicroscope, both high relief and flat
specimens, are observed in large fields of view and then magnified
continuously in one motion from 8× to 100× (total magnification
4× to 640×). The microscope is used for measuring of parameters
(CMOD and CTOD) in fracture mechanics, for recording of crack
propagation on the samples, the structure of sample surface, etc.
Microscope for monitoring and recording of crack propagation
(mounted to a tensile tester).
The Laboratory for Engines and Motor Vehicles deals with testing
of (smaller) engines, in order to monitor ecologically sensitive
parameters. The testing can be done in laboratory conditions, as
well as on the work site. Laboratory testing includes:
characteristic Diesel engines in agricultural machinery. The
composition of exhaust gases (classical Diesel engines and biodiesel engines) is measured. The testing of engines can be done in
the working conditions (in the companies that use them) with
simultaneous monitoring of Diesel engines (that operate on fuel
oil, biodiesel with 20-30 % of biocomponent, and pure biodiesel).
Degradation of oil viscosity quality (due to motor operation) can
be observed in laboratory conditions and during exploitation. The
test equipment used for these purposes can be found in the
Laboratory and ĐĐ Institute Laboratory..
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Moment of inertia measuring instrument
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Injector pressure measuring instrument
Power unit HATZ
The equipment of the Laboratory for Engines and Motor Vehicles:
? Training power unit HATZ: Diesel engine 1B20 with 220V
AC generator
? Digital portable revolutions gauge TESTO 470
? Non-contact thermometer TEST Quicktemp 825-T2
? Measuring device BAR 928H for constant measuring of air
pressure, temperature and humidity in the environment
? Device for measuring exhaust gases TESTO 300M
? Device for measuring carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide
JUNKALOR INFRALYT 1102
? Device for measuring of injector pressure BOSCH EPS 1000
? Device for measuring of inertia of rotating parts of engines
and vehicles
? Compressor (5 bar)
? Set of pneumatic tools (for pressure up to 5 bar).
Laboratory for electrical engineering is used primarily for
classical testing in the field of electrical engineering. The
laboratory equipment includes: analogue voltmeters for AC/DC,
analogue ammeters for AC/DC, current and voltage regulation
sources for laboratory purposes, infrared thermometer,
electrostatic fieldmeter, solarimeter, etc.
Kimo Kiray 300 Infrared Thermometer
Infrared thermometer Kiray 300 is a thermometer used to
diagnose, inspect and check any temperature. Thanks to its
elaborated optical system with a dual laser sighting, it allows easy
and accurate measurements of little distant targets. The Kiray 300
instrument has an internal memory which can save up to 100
measurements. Infrared thermometer can measure the surface
temperature of an object and thermal image of certain parts of
industrial equipment or walls / windows can be obtained and used
for the analysis of energy efficiency of objects. Its optic lens
catches the energy emitted and reflected by the object. This energy
is collected and focused onto a detector. This information is
displayed as temperature. Temperature range is from -50 to +1850
°C. This device meets with following standards' requirements:
? EN 50081-1 : 1992, Electromagnetic compatibility, Part 1
? EN 50082-1 : 1992, Electromagnetic compatibility, Part 2
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Compressor
FMX-003 Electrostatic Fieldmeter
Exhaust gas measuring instrument
SIMCO FMX-003 fieldmeter is a compact eletrostatic fieldmeter
used for locating and measuring static charges. The FMX-003
measures static voltages within ±20 kV (20.000 V) at a distance of
25 mm. Results are simultaneously displayed numerically and in
bar graph format. The conductive case and ground snap facilitate
grounding for accurate measurement. The circuitry of the FMX003 has been designed to make measurements in areas using air
ionization.
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Kimo SL200 Solarimeter
The portable autonomous solarimeter measures the solar
irrigation for the control of photovoltaic and thermal installations
on site. Solar irrigation measuring range is from 1 W/m2 to 1300
W/m2. Accuracy is 5 % of measurement. Spectral response of the
instrument is for electromagnetic waves from 400 to 1100 nm.
FMX-003 Electrostatic Fieldmeter
Kimo SL200 Solarimeter
Kimo Kiray 300 Infrared Thermometer
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Computer classroom ĐĐ (with 21 seats) is equipped with state of
the art IT equipment (Lenovo computers) and it is used for
educating students (future mechanical engineers). It can be used
for different programme systems: drawing, modelling, design,
etc.
Computer classroom ĐĐ
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Department for Production Engineering
The Department for Production Engineering conducts scientific
research in the field of production procedures and modern
mechanical engineering technologies. This Department consists
of three chairs: Chair for Casting and Metal Forming, Chair for
Machining and Polymers Processing, Chair for Welding and
Surface Protection. The Department has 13 staff members (4 full
professors with tenure, 1 full professor, 1 associate professor, 1
assistant professor, 5 junior researchers / assistants, 1 senior
associate).
Scientific and research activities
Department for Production Engineering is involved in 4 national
scientific research projects (financed by the Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports), and several bilateral international projects
of cooperation with the economy.
Ultrasound measuring device for
the control of parent material and welded
joints homogeneity
Chair for Casting and Metal Forming
The scientific-research activity of the Chair for Casting was
focused on the investigation of influence of technologic
parameters on the residual stresses in pressure castings. The
following was investigated: the influence of the most important
technologic parameters, the temperature of casting, the rate of
filling the mould with an alloy, increase of pressure in the filled
mould, and the rate of cooling of the injection system after
removing it from the mould. Residual stresses were tested on the
measuring instrument MTS3000 in the Laboratory for Casting.
Chair for Machining and Polymer Processing
The research is focused on the following areas: rapid prototyping
(RP), non-traditional and ecologically acceptable treatment
procedures, as well as the traditional treatment procedures. Part of
the rapid prototyping research is the analysis and systematisation
of RP procedures and rapid tooling (RT) based on the shape of the
basis material, the mechanism of forming and the type of
procedure. The main characteristics, advantages and
disadvantages of certain procedures are analysed. The use of RP
and RT in engineering and medicine are investigated in detail. A
number of products was designed and technologically produced
by using the computer for rapid prototyping by 3D printing, and
the hybrid procedure (OBJET) and the STL files were prepared.
Design characteristics of all the selected products were analysed
in detail (based on the type of procedure). The influence of moulds
made by rapid prototyping, i.e. material, on the characteristics of
the final product (cast) is investigated. Therefore, the prototype
moulds were made by chip-forming and rapid prototyping. By
adapting the existing software (Moldex and CadMould), the
possibilities of computer simulation of injection pressing were
tested on the moulds made by RP. The possibilities of RP of
individual medical implants (custom made implants) are being
extensively investigated. Medical CTs and MRIs are processed by
using the computer software 3D Doctor in order to make CAD
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Optical gauge for control of tool geometry
DISA PNZ device
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medical models as the basis for making RP implants. Based on
these models, the characteristics of making implants by using 3DP
and OBJET were tested. The investigations of RP of implants
made of bio-compatible materials are also being conducted.
HBM MTS3000 device
Test equipment for testing characteristics
of sand for moulds
Universal lathe TNP 160 A
Investigations of non-traditional procedures (abrasive jet cutting,
laser cutting, and smoothing) are done in order to optimise
technologic parameters concerning the quality of the cut (microgeometry of the surface) and the effect of cutting (additional
finishing procedures). The following instruments are used:
instrument for measuring roughness, cameras for monitoring the
curvature of the cut line and other types of measuring instruments.
As a part of ecologically acceptable treatment procedures, the
following is investigated: the possibility of MQL procedure,
cryogenic treatments (using of liquid nitrogen for cooling), and
dry treatment (without the cooling agent). The following was
investigated: cutting forces, vibrations, roughness of the treated
surface, tool wear. The testing equipment consists of: equipment
for MQL, measuring multi-channel amplifiers, sensors
(tensometric for forces, and induction for accelerations),
instrument for measuring roughness, and microscopes for
measuring tool wear. These investigations also include the quality
testing of the applied SHIP (pH, oil concentration in emulsions,
impurities). Traditional treatments are focused on the analysis of
fracture and geometry of particles, RP cutting and shear angle. The
investigations also include the dynamics of the cutting procedure
(variable conditions of cutting due to variable geometry or
structure). FFT analysis is also done, as well as setting of referent
frequency domains for certain cases. Forces of cutting and
vibrations are investigated. Measuring instruments are: multichannel amplifiers, sensors (tensometric for forces, and induction
for accelerations), software for FFT analysis and geometry
analysis from digital images of particles.
Chair for Welding and Surface Protection
34 papers were published in 2010 as a part of the project "Modern
technologies of joining light engineering structures" (1521521473-1476). Head of the project is prof. dr. sc. Ivan
Samardžić. Members of the Chair have also published 3 papers in
cooperation with heads of other projects. In 2010, the results of
testing in the field of welding technology application, surface
material protection and in the field of introduction of integrated
management systems in Croatian companies were published in
scientific journals and in conference proceedings. ISO 9001, ISO
14001 and ISO 22000 Standards were used for these
investigations.
Laboratories
Due to the complex field of expertise, this Department has 7
laboratories that are used for education, scientific and research
activities, as well as for cooperation with the economy:
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1. Laboratory for Quality Control andAssurance
2. Laboratory for Casting and Design of Manufacturing
Processes
3. Laboratory for Machining
4. Laboratory for Polymer Processing
5. Laboratory for Materials Surface Protection
6. Laboratory for Welding
7. Laboratory for Metal Forming, Tools and Instruments
Laboratory for Quality Control and Assurance offers the
following services: control of homogeneity of parent material and
welded joints, control of geometry of chip-forming machining
tools, control of temperature, humidity, electrical units (voltage,
current intensity, el. resistance), length, bore diameter.
CADMOULD 6
The Laboratory equipment: ultrasound measuring instrument for
the control of parent material and welded joints homogeneity,
optical gauge for geometry control of the chip-forming machining
tools, measuring devices for the control of temperature, humidity,
electrical units (voltage, current intensity, electrical resistance),
length, bore diameter.
Laboratory for Casting and Design of Manufacturing
Processes
This Laboratory is used in the education process (undergraduate
and graduate programme) for the courses dealing with the casting
technology in order to make students familiar with the casting
production. It is possible to conduct testing that can be used for
writing scientific and professional papers, as well as final and term
papers. The Laboratory has the following equipment:
recondensing strength measuring device DISA PNZ, residual
stress measuring device HBM MTS3000, test equipment for
testing characteristics of mould mixtures. The Laboratory can
provide certain services of testing sand for making moulds and
measuring residual stresses in castings. There is also a computer
with 'Solid Cast' software for monitoring the simulation of the
hardening process, so that causes for defects on the castings can be
removed before beginning of production.
Laboratory for Machining has 30 m2 of floor area.
The primary function of the Laboratory is education, including
testing needed for writing term and final papers, as well as
scientific research work, and doctoral theses. The most important
research activities are: introduction of modern technological
processes and cutting tools in the production, improving the
process of chip-forming machining (with respect to ecology),
control of cutting tools (to achieve better cutting characteristics),
analysis of chip-forming cycle, control and optimisation of
technological parameters of treatment and dynamic measuring of
cutting forces, noise and acceleration in the process of chipforming machining. The Laboratory includes the following
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Simulation of polymer joint (ANSYS)
Corrosion testing in artificial atmosphere
Testing of protection coating characteristics
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equipment: universal lathe TNP 160 A (Figure 6), band saw,
device for electro-erosion, equipment for collecting technological
parameters, device for measuring wear of the tool cutting edge,
device for controlling the driving engine on machines, device for
simulation of the tool cutting edge sharpening, and other
measuring equipment and tools.
Laboratory for Polymer Processing is used for education
purposes, as well as for scientific-research projects, and
cooperation with the economy in the field of polymer processing
and modern joining procedures.
Automatic tracking vehicle FTV 4
Motoman arc welding robot
with welding positioner
Laboratory has 30 m2 of floor area. Part of Laboratory testing is:
identification of polymer materials, simulation of rheologic
processes in the mould cavity at injection pressing, design of
polymer products, moulds and tools by using analytic and numeric
methods, and especially testing of sealed joints. Laboratory
equipment includes: specialized software, e.g. CADMOULD 6
(programme for analysis of mould filling and simulation of
rheologic processes in the mould cavity at injection pressing of
polymers), 3D DOCTOR (software for processing of medical
images), CAMPUS (data base of polymer materials), ANSYS
(software for analysis of structures by using FEM).
Laboratory for Materials Surface Protection deals with
corrosion testing and protection of engineering materials. The
Laboratory offers a number of possibilities: corrosion testing in
artificial atmospheres, testing of engineering materials and
protection systems in salt and wet chamber, testing of protection
coating characteristics, determining thickness, adhesiveness and
other properties of all protection types, corrosion stability testing
of engineering materials and welded joints (testing of riddled
corrosion resistance, testing of intercrystalline corrosion
resistance, testing of stress corrosion resistance, etc.), design and
control of corrosion protection by coatings.
Laboratory for Welding, with the equipment for basic electric
arc welding processes and similar procedures (flame cutting and
plasma cutting, soldering and thermal spraying), is used for
scientific-research projects and cooperation with various
companies.
The Laboratory equipment: semiautomatic apparatus for
MAG/MIG and TIG electric arc welding by impulse current TPS
2700, AC/DC apparatus for REL and TIG welding by impulse
current MagicWave 2000, DC apparatus for REL and TIG
welding by impulse TT 1600, DC MAG/MIG conventional
welding apparatus, AC/DC conventional REL and TIG welding
apparatus, on-line monitoring system for measuring, recording
and processing main parameters of electric arc welding processes,
apparatus for spot electric resistance welding, automatic tracking
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Device for electric arc stud welding
vehicle FTV 4 with remote control unit FCU-4-RC, apparatus for
air plasma cutting Hypertherm Powermax 1250, Castolin Rotec
80 – apparatus for thermal spraying and cold spraying, implant
apparatus for steel weldability testing, equipment for stud arc
welding and 6 axis industrial robot for MAG/MIG welding with
robotic welding positioner, and device for electric arc stud
welding, etc.
Laboratory for Metal Forming, Tools and Devices (with 20
m2 floor area) is used for testing of plastic flow stress, for
determination of material behaviour during forming, for
measuring deformation of metal samples, and for designing
different tools (e.g. for punching, bending, deep drawing and
forging), cutting tools and devices. The Laboratory equipment
includes: off-centre 50-ton press, gravitational hammer, tensile
tester, different tools for punching, bending, deep drawing,
forging, etc. There are also software packages: MSC MARC,
ANSYS, AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, for simulation of metal
forming, used for scientific-research projects, as well as for
cooperation with various companies. The simulations are used for
calculation of metal forming parameters, for designing and
optimization of metal forming tools.
Bending of materials
Various tools and test sample used
for determination of plastic flow curve
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Department for Materials Engineering
Scientific-research activity of the Department for Materials
Engineering includes: testing of metal and non-metal materials (as
a part of education activities, work on projects and intensive
cooperation with the economy). The Department is currently
preparing documents needed for accreditation of the Laboratory
for Materials Testing with Destruction at HAA (Croatian
Accreditation Agency). The equipment used in the Laboratory is
regularly calibrated according to EN ISO 17025. This provides the
validity of results, as well as their comparison with the results
acquired in other institutions during scientific research. As the
result of scientific-research work, many papers were published in
scientific journals, and in proceeding books (at international
conferences).
The Laboratory for Materials Testing with Destruction is part of
the Department for Materials Engineering. The Laboratory is used
for education purposes, scientific-research work and cooperation
with the economy. The main Laboratory consists of the following
Laboratories, i.e. sections:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Tensile tester Amsler, 400 kN
Laboratory for Mechanical Testing
Laboratory for Metallographic Testing
Laboratory for Chemical Testing
Laboratory for Heat Treatment and Thermal Measurement
Laboratory for Tribology
There is the following equipment in the Laboratory for
Mechanical Testing: equipment for static testing of mechanical
properties of materials at room temperature and high temperature,
for toughness testing at room temperature and low temperature,
hardness tester (for macro, semi-micro and micro hardness).
Tensile tester 'Amsler' is used for testing of materials (by rupturing
and bending) and test samples with max. loading 400 kN. Micro
tensile tester 'FY-15' is used for testing paper, textiles and
polymers with max. load 500 N, and tensile tester 'ZMGi' is for
testing rubber, leather and polymers, max. load 2500 N. Charpy
toughness tester is used for testing at room and lower temperature.
Hardness tester 'Electronic Brinell', type HBE is used for testing
macro-hardness (Brinell) with max. load 3000 N. Hardness tester
'Eseway' is used for testing macro-hardness (Vickers method, HV
with load 30 – 2500 N, and Rockwell method, HRC with load
1500 N). Portable hardness tester 'MIC 10' with measuring probe
98 N, used for hardness testing on the building sites. Microhardness tester Durimet 'Leitz' is used for micro-hardness testing
by Vickers method (HV) with load 0,15-20 N. Tensile tester
'Amsler', hardness testers and Charpy tester are calibrated and can
be used not only in the education process but also in cooperation
with the economy.
Tensile tester FY 15, 500 N
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There is the following equipment in the Laboratory for
Metallographic Testing: metallographic light microscope 'Leica'
DM 2500M (max. magnification 1000×), and electronic
dilatometer 'Netzsch' 402 EP which is used for thermal analysis of
material properties (temperature 25-1200 °C). Preparation of
samples and their etching with reagents is performed in a separate
space with removal of aggressive vapours through the digester.
There is also the grinding and polishing machine used for the
preparation of metallographic samples, as well as the metal
cutting machine used for cutting of the hardest samples with water
cooling. The probes are etched (with reagent) after preparation,
and the testing is done on steels (at any stage of heat treatment,
after welding, etc.), as well as on all other materials.
The Laboratory for Chemical Testing is equipped with the
spectrometer 'Belec' used for analysing the chemical composition
of carbon and stainless steels. This apparatus is portable so that it
can also be used outside the laboratory, i.e. on the work site. The
layer analysis of the composition can be done using the adequate
approach to preparation. Instrument calibration is done before
each measuring.
The Laboratory for Heat Treatment and Thermal Measurement is
equipped with 'Cer' furnace with two chambers. The lower
chamber (max. temperature 1100 °C) is used for hardening,
tempering and annealing. The upper chamber (max. temperature
1400 °C) is used for heat treatment of steels. The lower chamber
dimensions: ~300×300×600 mm, the upper chamber dimensions:
~150×300×600 mm. Laboratory furnace 'LHT' (max. temperature
1100 °C, chamber dimensions ~150×100×300 mm) is used for
heat treatment of smaller samples. The multi-channel printer
'Honeywell' (up to 1500 °C, up to 1100 °C and up to 700 °C) and
the control printers 'Almemo' 3290-8, D-83602 and 2090-8 are
used for the control of furnaces (in the laboratory, as well as in the
firms). There are also thermopairs PtRh-Pt and NiCr-Ni.
Tensile tester ZMGi, 2500 N
There are two test devices in the Laboratory for Tribology: 'SMT
1-2070' used for testing of friction and wear, with and without
lubrication, and with max. speed of samples up to 1500 min-1 and
loading up to 2000 N. There is also 'Taber Abraser' used for wear
testing of metal and non-metal materials with loading 250-1000 g.
These test devices are used for friction testing of the surface
layers, as well as for comparing different layers (layers that are the
result of heat/chemical treatment, welding, spraying, etc.) by
monitoring dimension changes and/or mass loss. Two scales
(precision: 10-2 g and 10-4 g) are used for the control of mass loss.
Charpy toughness tester
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DURIMET Leitz
Brinell HBE
ESEWAY
Hardness tester MIC 10
Grinding and polishing machine
Digester
Dilatometer
Metal cutting machine
Spectrometer (for analysis
of chemical composition)
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Two-chamber furnace CER
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Laboratory furnace LHT
Tribology test device SMT 1-2070
Test device Taber-Abraser
Microscope Leica DM 2500
Scales (precision: 0,01 g)
Scales (precision: 0,0001 g)
Microscope Zeis-Jena Neophot 21
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Department for Industrial Engineering
Laboratory for ERP systems and TCR
The research work of the Department for Industrial Engineering
includes: application of new maintenance strategies and methods
of artificial intelligence, optimisation of tribo-mechanic systems
using procedures of surface engineering, design and modelling of
technology processes, implementation of CAD/CAPP/CAM
technologies, development and application of models of process
planning, testing and application of new production strategies and
philosophies, application of artificial intelligence in process
planning and control, application of quantitative engineering
methods, experimental research and experiment analysis,
modelling and development of IT systems of production
companies, data exchange between CAD systems and IT systems
of production companies, monitoring and control of processes.
Scientific-research work of the Department and cooperation with
the economy are the basis for the education process. As the result
of scientific-research work, many papers were published in
scientific journals, and in proceeding books (at international
conferences). Scientific research of this Department is the basis
for 5 graduate papers and 4 PhD dissertations.
The following laboratories (of the Department) are used for
education purposes, scientific-research work and cooperation
with the economy:
Siemens SIMATIC S7-314-2DP
1. Laboratory for ERP systems and TCR (Tele-Conference
Room)
2. Laboratory for System Modelling and Process Control
3. Laboratory for Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP)
and ComputerAided Design (CAD)
4. Laboratory for Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
and Maintenance
5. Laboratory for Rapid Prototyping
Laboratory for ERP systems and TCR is used for development of
ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system, for upgrading
certain modules through implementation of mathematical models
and models based on artificial intelligence defined during
researches in the production companies. Interactive video
conferences are used for cooperation with other institutions.
Tele-Conference Room (TCR) is used for:
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Lukas Nülle PLC and system for level control
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Lectures - video conferences, where a large group of people
can watch a lecture (held at some other location). This
includes lectures for mandatory courses, as well as scientific
conferences;
short meetings such as: seminars, conferences, round table
talks, presentations, etc.
meetings that are of considerable interest for the academic
community (e.g. educational or scientific purposes).
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TCR can be used for holding lectures, video conferences, and
other activities when the lecturer or the audience (students,
teachers, researchers, etc.) are dislocated, i.e. not present.
The lectures can be done in a completely interactive way, with
participation of the audience, the possibility of asking questions in
both directions, as well as interrupting the lecturer, so that
everybody can participate.
The Laboratory for System Modelling and Process Control is used
for modelling, design, implementation of conventional and
modern systems of control and visualisation of processes. Part of
the equipment is shown in figures.
Laboratory for CAPP and CAD
The Laboratory equipment:
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Industrial PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers): Siemens
SIMATIC S7-314-2DP with DP unit IM-153
Computer for programming Siemens SIMATIC equipment,
HMI (Human-Machine Interface) equipment and SCADA
(Supervisory ControlAnd DataAcquisition) system
Training equipment for pneumatics FESTO DIDACTIC with
two assembly lines and FESTO PLC
Computers for designing and controlling of FESTO
equipment
Programme support for Siemens SIMATIC equipment (STEP
7 Professional)
Programme support for HMI and SCADA systems
(WinCCFlexAdvanced).
PC Mill 105 milling machine
The programming of PLC is done with computer programmes
(STEP 7 Professional, IEC 1131-3 of compatible development
environment), the tests performed on a simulator and the
programmes on the real PLC. Modular SIMATIC PLC concept
enables testing of configuration combinations by using distributed
periphery and different modules (digital inputs, digital outputs,
analog inputs, analog outputs). The students also get to see various
measuring probes and their application in combination with PLC.
Various possibilities of PLC are shown in this way, which is the
basis for creating the control infrastructure on more levels. The
students get to programme PLC for solving various technologycontrol tasks. There is also programme support for process
visualization – OP (Operational Panel) and PC based SCADA
systems (WinCCFlex Advanced). In this way, it is possible to use
COMPACT 5 CNC lathe
Festo Didactic
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PLC with textual/graphic control in a variety of combinations that
occur in everyday life. There is also the programme support for
advanced mathematic modelling and optimization MATLAB
which enables studying of basic methods and optimization of
structures and processes.
The Laboratory for Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP)
and Computer Aided Design (CAD) deals with modelling in the
field of technology and operative process planning.
The Laboratory for Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
and Maintenance deals with maintenance systems, i.e. application
of new maintenance strategies (CBM, RCM, TPM, BCM) in order
to prolong the work life of the equipment and plants, and to reduce
maintenance costs. A special emphasis is put on the
implementation of CAD/CAPP/CAM technologies. Part of the
equipment is shown in figures.
SCORBOT robot system
The Laboratory equipment: portable instrument for measuring
and gathering data from the equipment (DI 1100 and Vibscanner),
laboratory instrument for vibration measuring. There is also the
computer and programme support for maintenance control
(information system for maintenance control – Infor EAM MP2;
MIMIC 2001; OMNITREND), programme support for research
and application of artificial intelligence (NeuralWorks
Professional II/Plus, XpertRule Miner and XpertRule Knowledge
Builder).
The Laboratory for Rapid Prototyping is used for making
prototypes in order to shorten the process of design, development
and making of the prototype of the new product. Rapid
Prototyping (RP) is a production procedure of the first model (of
product) that can be used for testing different aspects of its shape
and usability. RP procedures shorten the period of time necessary
for making the first model of product: while time period for
complex products (e.g. cars) was measured in days, months and
years, it is reduced to hours and minutes. The most effective RP
procedure is 3D Printing. The models in the Laboratory are made
on a 3D Printer which is used for rapid prototyping. It is Z310
Printer from Z-Corporation (www.zcorp.com). This was the first
device of that kind in Croatia, and this region, according to Mr
CarlosAlvarez from the Swiss company MSM TradingAG.
Measuring of vibrations
(with portable measuring instruments)
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This procedure is used for rapid production of prototypes, but also
of finished parts and tools directly from CAD models. The
flexibility of 3D printing cannot be compared to other procedures
of rapid prototyping. Geometrically most complex parts can be
made from almost any material (ceramics, metals, polymers,
composites). Such models are used today in many fields. For
example: in medicine (for making implants and prostheses), in
pharmacology (for drugs with controlled effect), in architecture
(for scale models of buildings), in mechanical engineering (for
scale models of complex parts and moulds), in chemical industry
(for making porous ceramic filters), etc. Due to all these
possibilities, this laboratory is of great interest for the students, but
also for other parties (e.g. from the economy). Different models
made in the Laboratory are shown in figures.
Different models made in the Laboratory
Different models made in the Laboratory
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Z310 3D Printer from Z-Corporation
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International Collaboration
International Projects
Integrity Assessment and Energy
Efficiency of Structures in Service
Report
(first year of the project)
Visit to Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of
Belgrade, by the following researchers:
- prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak and prof. dr. sc. Antun Stoić (12 April
2010)
- prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak and prof.dr.sc. Lovre KrstulovićOpara (10 and 11 June 2010).
The main researcher held a lecture entitled Fracture mechanics
and integrity of welded structures (http://www.divk.org.rs).
Students of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (University of
Kragujevac) could also follow this lecture via the internet link.
This was a good opportunity to visit laboratories and Innovation
Centre (head: prof. dr. sc. Aleksandar Sedmak) and to discuss
future project activities.
During the second visit, prof. Lovre Krstulović-Opara held a 3hour lecture on Infrared thermography with the following topics:
Project coordinator: Professor Dražan Kozak
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 400
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 01.01.2010 - 31.12.2011
Program type: Croatian-Serbian bilateral
cooperation project in the field of science
and technology
Project coordinator in Serbia:
Prof. Aleksandar Sedmak,
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Belgrade, Serbia
Croatian participants in the project:
Prof. Ivan Samardžić, Prof. Antun Stoić,
Prof. Lovre Krstulović-Opara (FESB Split)
Serbian participants in the project:
Prof. Marko Rakin, Prof. Taško Maneski,
Prof. Nataša Trišović
1) Introduction: wave length, IR thermography, Thermal
Imaging Cameras (TIC), basics of thermodynamics and
thermodynamic laws, black body radiation, etc.
2) Application of IR thermography: military, medicine,
restoration of artworks, mechanical engineering, electrical
engineering, etc.
3) Application of IR thermography in construction.
4) Energy efficiency (energy performance of buildings).
As the result of this cooperation, the following papers were
published:
1) Milošević-Mitić, Vesna; Kozak, Dražan; Maneski, Taško;
Anđelić, Nina; Gaćeša, Branka; Stojkov, Marinko. Dynamic
Nonlinear Temperature Field in a Ferromagnetic Plate
Induced by High Frequency Electromagnetic Waves.
Strojarstvo 52 (2010), 2; 115-124
2) Trišović, Nataša; Maneski, Taško; Kozak, Dražan. Developed
procedure for dynamic reanalysis of structures. Strojarstvo 52
(2010), 2; 147-158
3) Hreha, Pavol; Hloch, Sergej; Magurova, Dagmar; Valiček,
Jan; Kozak, Dražan; Harničarova, Marta; Rakin, Marko.
Water Jet Technology Used in Medicine. Technical Gazette
(Tehnički vjesnik) 17 (2010), 2; 237-240.
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Furthermore, the following two papers will be published after
review:
1) Vesna Milošević-Mitić, Branka Gaćeša, Dražan Kozak, Taško
Maneski, Josip Sertić. Modeling of boiler membrane wall
using finite element of reduced orthotropic plate. Strojarstvo.
2) Branka Gaćeša, Vesna Milošević-Mitić, Taško Maneski,
Dražan Kozak, Josip Sertić. Numerical and Experimental
Strength Analysis of Fire-Tube Boiler Construction. Technical
Gazette.
Researchers from Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (University
of Belgrade) visited Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski
Brod on 1 July 2010 and discussed future collaboration.
The project collaborators during lunch
in Belgrade (12.4.2010)
In the time period from 12 April 2010 to 12 May 2010, Josip
Sertić, dipl. ing. stroj. (mentor: prof. D. Kozak) – assistant at
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod – stayed at
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Belgrade, at Chair for
Strenght of Materials (head: prof. T. Maneski, associate at this
project). During this study visit, Sertić focused on the following:
possibilities of numerical simulations and experimental
investigations, master and PhD theses dealing with development
of mathematical model for calculation of load at membrane walls
of water-tube boilers, use of IR thermography (for measuring of
stress at boiler membrane walls), etc. Prof. T. Maneski will be
member of the Board for defence of PhD thesis of Josip Sertić.
Due to cooperation on this project, the main researcher (from
Croatia), prof. Dražan Kozak is associate at the national project
which is coordinated by prof. T. Maneski. Furthermore, prof.
Dražan Kozak is also a member of International Editorial Board of
the journal: Structural Integrity and Life
(http://www.divk.org.rs/ivk/ivked.html).
The bilateral cooperation between Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
in Belgrade is extended with joint preparation of FP7 project (Call
FP7-SSH-2011-1), entitled: Assessment of High-Level Education
Knowledge (ASEDUC), which is being prepared according to the
call for Collaborative project, Large-scale integrating projects
(CP-IP). The first meeting of researchers was held on 30 July
2010.
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From left to the right: Prof. dr. sc.
Nataša Trišović, Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
and Prof. dr. sc. Vesna Milošević-Mitić
in Belgrade (12.4.2010)
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Ecologycal Justification of Application
of Advanced Cutting Processes
Project Description:
Project coordinator: Professor Antun Stoić
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 446 188
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: 1.1.2010 - 31.12.2011
Programme type:
Bilateral Croatian - Slovenian project
Project coordinator for SLO: University of
Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering Prof. dr. sc. Janez Kopač
E-mail: [email protected]
Members of Croatian team participating in
the project: Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić,
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak, BSc Miroslav
Duspara
Slovenian researchers participating in
the project: Doc. dr. sc. Peter Krajnik, Mag.
Davorin Kramar, Doc. dr. sc. Franci Pušavec
Processing technologies on machine tools, particularly
technologies of machining and deformation, are the largest
consumers of industrial oils and lubricants and coolants for
flushing and lubrication (SHIP). Industrial consumption is at the
level of 35 % of the total consumption of oils and lubricants, of
which about 50 % leaks by combustion, evaporation, spillage,
residue in tanks or containers. The remaining 50 % can be
collected and used as a secondary raw material. Numerous types
of waste oils and lubricants, especially those using
polychlorobiphenyl (PCBs), heavy metals and carcinogenic
polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) belong to the
dangerous substances, and their collection and recycling should
be made with care.
It should be noted that the costs associated with the coolants
used in machining processes in the last 20 years increased by 5
times and that was several times higher than the cost of cutting
tools. The aim of this project is to determine the advantages of
modern cooling techniques, which use less environmentally
harmful waste SHIP (e.g. liquid nitrogen, MQL system, oil mist,
dry treatment) and better monitoring systems in the SHIP process
to reduce losses.
Therefore, research on this project is oriented to objectively
and scientifically based methods in order to examine and compare
the differences of processing technology of classical and modern
processing techniques. The project envisaged the research into the
economic, environmental and technological aspects of the
application of modern technology machining.
Furthermore, since high speed machining processes with
integrated cooling system which consumes a small amount of
coolant (SHIP is harmful for humans and the environment) offer
the possibility to reduce quantity of coolants, it could be expected
that these technological solutions will provide savings in
production and reduce internal production reserves.
Activities of Croatian researchers during their stay in
Slovenia:
- preparation of papers for publication in journals (TV, SV,
JAMME) and Conferences (TEAM,AMME, ICIT, CIM)
- signed agreement (one-month visit for assistant Miroslav
Duspara at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Ljubljana)
- membership in Programme Committee.
Activities of Slovenian researchers during their stay in
Croatia:
- lecture at postgraduate study - by Professor Janez Kopač
- participation in the application of a new project network
CEEPUS 2011/12 (coordinator prof. Aleksandar
Makedonski)
- preparation of papers for publication in journals (TV, SV,
JAMME) and Conferences (TEAM,AMME, ICIT, CIM)
- reviewing the university publications.
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Applications of Rapid Manufacturing
in Biomedical Fields
Project Objective:
Rapid Manufacturing methods show a great potential in the
field of medical applications. They are at their essence most
suitable for individual – custom made parts that are (almost 100
%) needed for medical applications. For example, hip implants are
nowadays made in series of several modules – sizes. The choice is
then made by the surgeon according to the patient's size. Even
without making any mistakes, there is still a great chance that the
chosen implant will not fit as supposed. The consequences are
uneven and therefore rapid wear of an acetabular cup which leads
to unplanned revision operations. Data show that 11 % of all
unplanned revision operations for hip implant replacements are
caused by the misalignment of the implant at the first installation.
Using the Reverse Engineering and Rapid Manufacturing
techniques, a vast majority of these problems can be avoided.
Although a lot of research work has already been done in this
field, the methods of surgical operations' planning and using the
custom made implants have not been widely adopted by the
medical staff. Reasons for that are very diverse but the most
common one is a lack of understanding on both sides, i.e. medical
as well as engineering side. The proposed network is aimed to
overcome these obstacles by joining a small group of medical and
engineering institutions to develop a common knowledge base
that will enable mutual understanding of ever changing research
subjects.
The research and educational work will mostly be aimed at the
following research/educational topics:
? Processing of the medical images (from CT and MRI).
? Printing Rapid Prototyping (RP) master models for medical
applications (planning fitting, training, education).
? Designing and dynamically and statically analyzing medical
implants.
? Production of bio-compatible implants (casting and direct
manufacturing).
? Developing new bio-compatible materials (suitable for RP
technologies).
? Case studies of using the RP parts for medical purposes.
? Analyzing the costs / benefits of using the RP for medical
applications.
? Disseminating the knowledge and results, etc...
Student and teacher mobility will offer good possibilities for
knowledge exchange and development of new teaching strategies
that will address the multidisciplinary aspect of the network's
topics – cooperation between medical doctors and engineers.
Moreover, during the mobility people will learn and benefit from
new customs in foreign countries and institutes, develop new
friendships and consequently improve their habits, working
principles and knowledge.
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Project coordinator: Professor Pero Raos
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 414
Funding scheme: CEEPUS II
Academic year: 2010/2011
Program type:
CEEPUS II project No CII-SI-0206-04-1011
Network coordinator:
University of Maribor, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering, Institute for Production
Engineering, Professor Igor Drstvenšek
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Students (under- and post-graduate) will benefit by having a
chance to use the large "equipment base" of different laboratories
of participating universities which will enable them to prepare
better their final theses.
New contents for interdisciplinary subjects to be taught at the
participating institutions will be developed and evaluated during
the workshop which will be held between September 15th and
20th in Maribor. The topics will include:
? Rapid Manufacturing – medical applications,
? Quality in medical equipment production,
? Ethics in medicine and engineering,
? Reverse engineering of body parts – CT and MRI data
conversion and reconstruction of 3D parts, image processing
and medical devices,
? Design and design optimization for rapid prototyping,
? Dynamic model construction and simulation for the sizing of
implants,
? Implantation process – surgeon's view.
Network partners:
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Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Department of Manufacturing
Engineering
"Iuliu Hatieganu" University of medicine and pharmacy of Cluj
Napoca, Department of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery
University of Applied Sciences Vienna, Degree of Programme
Mechatronics/Robotics
University of Maribor, Faculty of Medicine
University of Miskolc, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Department of Production Engineering
University of Debrecen, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Transilvania University of Brasov, Faculty of Medicine
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Medicine
University in Prishtina with temporary seat in Kosovska Mitrovica,
Medical Faculty
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Materials
Science and Technology
Technical University in Košice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Department of Instrumental and Biomedical Engineering
University of Monte Negro, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Technical University of Koszalin, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering
University of Nis, Faculty of Electronic Engineering
University Sts. Cyril and Methodius Skopje, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering
University of Rijeka, School of Medicine
University Sts. Cyril and Methodius Skopje, Faculty of Medicine
University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Department of Mechanical Production Engineering
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval
Architecture
J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod, Department of Production Technologies.
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INTelligent Automation for Competitive Advantage
INTACA network is focused on the research topics of
Intelligent Enterprise and Production Management, offering the
possibility to intensify contacts between the CEEPUS Partner
countries. The main goal of the network is to prepare students to
conduct theoretical and applied research in advanced
manufacturing and to encourage inter-disciplinary studies.
Realized incoming mobility to our Faculty in the year 2010:
Prof. Borut Buchmeister, University of Maribor, Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering, Slovenia.
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Partner institutions in the INTACA network:
University of Novi Sad, Serbia
University ofApplied Sciences Vienna,Austria
Graz University of Technology,Austria
University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
University Sts. Cyril and Methodius – Skopje, Macedonia
Cracow University of Technology, Poland
University of Kragujevac, Serbia
University of Maribor, Slovenia and
Technical University in Košice, Slovak Republic.
Visit of the delegation from Novi Sad to our Faculty
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Project coordinator: Professor Dražan Kozak
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 400
Funding scheme: CEEPUS II
Project duration: since acad. year 2007/2008
Program type:
CEEPUS II project No CII-RS-0065-05-1011
Network coordinator:
mr. sc. Bojan Lalić, Faculty of Technical
Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
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Implementation and Utilization of e-Learning
Systems in Study Area of Production Engineering
in Central European Region
Project Objective:
The main objective for all participating partners in the
proposed projects is implementation and utilization of e-learning
systems in the study area of production engineering in Central
European Region. The main objective is in concordance with the
e-learning initiative of the European Commission.
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Project coordinator: Professor Dražan Kozak
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 400
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Funding scheme: CEEPUS II
Project duration: since acad. year 2007/2008
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Program type:
CEEPUS II project No CII-RO-0202-04-1011
Network coordinator:
Prof. Nicolae Ungureanu, Faculty of
Engineering, North University of Baia Mare,
Romania
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Realized incoming mobility to our Faculty in the year 2010:
Prof. Nicolae Ungureanu, North University of Baia Mare,
Faculty of Engineering, Romania
Prof. Radu Cotetiu, North University of Baia Mare, Faculty of
Engineering, Romania
Doc.dr. Igor Budak, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical
Sciences, Serbia
Prof. Gábor Páy, College Nyíregyháza, Hungary
Prof. Sergej Hloch, Technical University of Košice, Faculty of
Manufacturing Technologies in Prešov, Slovak Republic
Ing. Ludmila Novakova-Marcinčinova, Technical University of
Košice, Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies in Prešov,
Slovak Republic.
Realized outgoing mobility in the year 2010 to the following
universities:
? Prof. Dražan Kozak, North University of Baia Mare, Faculty of
Engineering, Romania
? Prof. Antun Stoić, North University of Baia Mare, Faculty of
Engineering, Romania
? Prof. Željko Ivandić, Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Ústí
nad Labem, Czech Republic
? Prof. Dražan Kozak, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
? Prof.Antun Stoić, Poznan University of Technology, Poland.
Prof. Cotetiu and Prof. Ungureanu
together with our Vice-Dean for Science
Prof. Živić at the Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod
At the entrance to JEP University in Ústí nad Labem
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Development of Mechanical Engineering (Design, Technology
and Production Management) as an Essential Base for Progress
in the Area of Small and Medium Companies' Logistics - Research,
Preparation and Implementation of Joint Programs of Study
Our mobility strategy is to create the possibilities of reciprocal
exchange of information, knowledge, to develop joint programs,
participation in the common research activities, assistance with
work on PhD and graduate theses, laboratory work in the
pedagogical field, lectures, seminars, summer schools, and also
participation at the scientific conferences and workshops
organized by network partners. We encourage exchange of
experience between university teachers in the area of mechanical
and production engineering, implementation of advanced
methods, aspects and modern IT in education. Seminars and
consultations for PhD students with academic staff of hosting
universities and their excursions to the companies in region of
partners will be organised. Some books and lectures will be
prepared and published in English for joint programs.
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Realized incoming mobility to our Faculty in the year 2010:
Prof. Jozef Novak-Marcinčin, Technical University of Košice,
Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies in Prešov, Slovak
Republic
Prof. Csaba Gyenge, TU of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Realized outgoing mobility in the year 2010 to the following
universities:
? Prof. Ivan Samardžić, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
? Prof. Željko Ivandić, TU Sofia, Bulgaria
? Prof. Ivan Samardžić, TU Sofia, Bulgaria
? Miroslav Duspara, PhD student, TU Sofia, Bulgaria
? Mato Kokanović, PhD student, TU Sofia, Bulgaria
? Željko Rosandić, PhD student, Tomas Bata University in Zlin,
Czech Republic.
Project coordinator: Professor Dražan Kozak
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 493 400
Funding scheme: CEEPUS II
Project duration: since acad. year 2004/2005
Program type:
CEEPUS II project No CII-PL-0033-06-1011
Network coordinator:
Prof. Stanislav Legutko,
Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Visit of our delegation to TU Poznan,
together with Prof. Legutko
Prof. Ivan Samardžić - holding a lecture
(Manufacturing 2010 Conference in Poznan)
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Unconventional and Hybrid Unconventional
Processes and Production Technologies
Network Project Objective:
Project coordinator for MEFSB:
Professor Antun Stoić
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +385 35 446 188
Funding scheme: Ministry of Science,
Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia
Project duration: since acad. year 2007/2008
Program type:
CEEPUS II project No CII-BG-0203-02-0910
Coordinated by:
Dr. Sc. Eng. Aleksandar Makedonski Ivanov,
TU-Sofia Faculty of Machine Technology
Status of MEFSB: Participating unit
Unconventional machining and surface processes are
specialized operations used by industrial companies worldwide.
They are particularly applicable for the shaping and finishing of
materials that are difficult to process by conventional methods of
machining and are often regarded as complementary technologies
to existing practices.
The main objectives of Project-network are:
? To establish a network between universities (cooperation
between Departments and Institutions, as well as people) with
similar study program in the field of Unconventional
Processes and Production Technologies and to associate the
effort in developing joint research projects for international
grants in the near future;
? To promote the regional cooperation in education and
accelerate information transfer in the field of common
interest;
? To increase the possibility for utilization of unique laboratory
equipment and devices in the participating universities for
research work, mainly for young teachers working on their
dissertations and for PhD students, as well as for students
working on their master thesis;
? To investigate environmental protection in unconventional
production technologies with a special emphasis on the
development of constructional solutions aiming to decrease
their harmful influence;
? To prepare highly-skilled engineers that will contribute to
acquisition of commercial leadership of the European
companies in the nonconventional technologies.
Mobility in 2009/10:
1) Incoming: short term students 3 /3 months; teacher 3/3 months
2) Outgoing: short term students 3 /3 months; teacher 3/3 months
Important event for network was common partner meeting in
2010 at Conference AMO 2010 and publishing of AMO Journal.
Network was active up to October 2010, and was reactivated and
funding again in 2011.
Participating units:
1) Technical University of Sofia, Faculty of Machine
Technology, Department of Manufacturing Technology
2) VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava, Department of
Machining andAssembly
3) Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering
4) J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
5) University of Miskolc, Department of Materials Handling and
Logistics
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6) University Sts. Cyril and Methodius – Skopje, Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering - Skopje, Institute of Production
Engineering
7) Koszalin University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering
8) Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Mechanical
Technology
9) Cracow University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering
10) Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Machine
Building, German Department
11) "Iuliu Hatieganu" University of Medicine And Pharmacy of
Cluj Napoca, Department of Environmental Health
12) University of Nis, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
13) Technical University in Zvolen, Department of Woodworking
Machines and Equipment, Faculty of Environmental and
Manufacturing Technology
14) Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering, Department of Manufacturing
Systems.
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Visits to the MEFSB
within the CEEPUS Funding Scheme
From 12 to 15 May 2010, prof. Aleksandar Makedonski Ivanov
and prof. Georgi Popov (Faculty of Machine Technology,
Department of Manufacturing Technology, TU Sofia) visited
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod as a part of
CEEPUS II project "Unconventional and hybrid unconventional
processes and production technologies" (project coordinator:
prof. Antun Stoić). Their hosts were Vice-Dean for Science prof.
Marija Živić and Technical Editor of Technical Gazette prof.
Milan Kljajin. This was the perfect opportunity to visit
laboratories at Mechanical Engineering Faculty, as well as
University ofApplied Sciences of Slavonski Brod.
On 16 June 2010, prof. dr. Leon Kukielka from Technical
University of Koszalin, Mechanical Engineering Faculty (Poland)
held a lecture at Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski
Brod entitled: "Numerical Modelling and Simulation of the
Movable Contact Tool-Workpiece and Application in
Technological Processes", as part of the CEEPUS project:
"Implementation and utilization of e-learning systems in study
area of production engineering in Central European Region".
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On 15 July 2010, prof. dr. sc. Sergej Hloch from Faculty of
Manufacturing Technologies, TU Košice with a seat in Prešov
(Slovak Republic) and prof. dr. sc. Jan Valíček from Institute of
Physics, Mining and Geology Faculty, VSB TU Ostrava (Czech
Republic) held a lecture entitled "Current State of Abrasive Water
Jet Technology in Theory, Science and Practice" at Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod. The lecture was part of
the CEEPUS II project.
Prof. dr. sc. Jan Valíček, Prof. dr. sc. Željko Ivandić,
Prof. dr. sc. Sergej Hloch and Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
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Signed Agreements on International Collaboration
Mechanical Engineering Faculty,
University of Sarajevo
Agreement on scientific, teaching and technical cooperation was
th
signed (26 March 2010) by the Dean of the Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod, J. J. Strossmayer
University of Osijek, prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak, and the Dean of
the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Sarajevo prof.
dr. sc. Ejub Džaferović.
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Faculty of Engineering, North University
of Baia Mare
The cooperation agreement was signed (13th April 2010) by the
Dean of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod, J.
J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak,
and the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, North University of
Baia Mare, Prof. Ph.D. MSc. Eng. Radu Cotetiu.
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Faculty of Machine Building, Technical
University of Cluj-Napoca
The cooperation agreement was signed (12th May 2010) by the
Dean of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod, J.
J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak,
and the Dean of the Faculty of Machine Building, Technical
University of Cluj-Napoca, Prof. dr. Eng. Petr Berce.
Prof. dr. Eng. Petr Berce and
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
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Faculty of Environmental and
Manufacturing Technology, Technical
University in Zvolen
The cooperation agreement was signed (16th June 2010) by the
Dean of the Faculty of Environmental and Manufacturing
Technology, Technical University in Zvolen, prof. dr. sc. Milan
Mikleš and the Dean of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, prof. dr.
sc. Dražan Kozak.
Faculty of Machine Technology, TU Sofia
The cooperation agreement was signed (26th June 2010) by the
Dean of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod, J.
J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak,
and the Dean of the Faculty of Machine Technology, TU Sofia,
Bulgaria, Assoc. Prof. PhD. Georgi Todorov. The host was prof.
dr. sc. Georgi Popov, Head of Department of "Mechanical
Engineering and Machine Tools" (TMMM) at Technical
University of Sofia. Prof. dr. sc. Georgi Todorov is a Head of
CAD/CAM/CAE Virtual Laboratory, which is Centre of
excellence established by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education,
Youth and Science.
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Prof. Dražan Kozak, Prof. Georgi Todorov,
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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Maribor
The cooperation agreement was signed (6th July 2010) by the Dean
of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maribor,
prof. dr. Niko Samec and the Dean of the Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek,
prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak.
Faculty of Technical Sciences, University
of Novi Sad
The cooperation agreement was signed (1st October 2010) by the
Dean of the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi
Sad, prof. dr. Ilija Ćosić and the Dean of the Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod, J. J. Strossmayer
University of Osijek, prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak. The cooperation
between our institutions was initiated and coordinated by Prof.
Milan Kljajin.
The Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad
awarded the MEFSB with the plaque
on the occasion of its 50 years of existence
From left to the right:
Prof. Janko Hodolič, Prof. Dražan Kozak,
Prof. Ilija Ćosić and Prof. Milan Kljajin
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak and Prof. dr. Ilija Ćosić
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Tomas Bata University in Zlin
The cooperation agreement was signed (16th September 2010) by
the Vice-Rector Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Assoc. Prof.
Vojtěch Křesálek, and the Dean of the Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek,
prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak.
Faculty of Production Technology and
Management, the Jan Evangelista Purkyně
University in Ústí nad Labem
The cooperation agreement was signed (26th November 2010) by
the Dean of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski
Brod, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, prof. dr. sc. Dražan
Kozak, and the Dean of the Faculty of Production Technology and
Management, the Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad
Labem, Prof. Dr. Ing. František Holešovský. In the Croatian team
there were also prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić, prof. dr. sc. Antun
Stoić and prof. dr. sc. Željko Ivandić.
Prof. Dr. Ing. František Holešovský and Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
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International Students Exchange
Mr. Amine Nsairia, student of National School
of Engineering of Tunis (ENIT) and Prof. dr. sc.
Dražan Kozak, the Dean of Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
Mr. Amine Nsairia, has been a visiting scholar
at the Mechanical Engineering Faculty
in Slavonski Brod, University of Osijek, Croatia
in the period of June 01 to July 16, 2010
through IAESTE exchange program.
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Traineeship at TU Clausthal
Ever since the beginning of my university education, I had a
dream to visit and work at one of the international faculties.
During the past few years, I had the opportunity to meet
students who decided to do the practical training abroad.
Nevertheless, none of their stories could have prepared me for
all surprises and difficulties that I encountered there; unfamiliar
place, new people and completely different way of life.
My work and stay at Clausthal University of Technology was
very specific and defined. All students and teachers I worked with
were really friendly and helped me a lot during my traineeship.
This study visit did not only help me to understand better the
practical side of Mechanical Engineering, but it also helped me to
develop more as a person.
During this traineeship, I met many interesting people from all
around the world and every single one of them had a specific part
in this wonderful life experience. We all became good friends and
created many happy memories together. I would warmly
recommend this experience for all those who have a desire to
explore the world.
Sincerely yours,
Karolina Kamenski
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Erasmus Mobility Programme
Higher education institutions which want to participate in
Erasmus actions must have an Erasmus University Charter
(EUC). The Charter aims to guarantee a high level of quality in
mobility and cooperation by setting out fundamental principles
for all Erasmus actions that participating institutes must follow.
University of Osijek applied for EUC in 2009. There was no
incoming mobility to Croatia for 2009/2010, and 2010/11, but it is
planned for the academic year 2011/12.
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod, i.e.
University of Osijek, has signed Erasmus Bilateral Agreements
with the following higher education institutions:
1. University of Maribor, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Maribor, Slovenia
2. University of Pecs, Pollack Mihaly Faculty of Engineering,
Pecs, Hungary
3. Kecskemét College, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and
Automation, Kecskemet, Hungary.
Mobility in the academic year 2009/2010:
Erasmus Mobility Programme, established in
1987, is one of the sectoral programmes of the
EU's Lifelong Learning Programmes (from
2007 to 2013). There are also other
programmes: Comenius (for school
education), Leonardo da Vinci programme
(for vocational training), Grundtvig (for adult
education), Transversal programme (for
activities that include cooperation between
different sectors, Jean Monnet programme
(for European integration).
The general aim of the Programme is student
mobility, and staff mobility (teaching and
other staff from higher education
institutions). There is Erasmus student
mobility for studies and Erasmus student
mobility for placements (traineeship) which
enable students at higher education
institutions (undergraduate, graduate or
postgraduate studies) to spend an integrated
period of study in another participating
country. Teaching staff mobility enables staff
to spend a teaching period at a higher
education institution in another participating
country. There is also staff mobility for
training which enables teaching and other
staff of higher education institutions to
acquire knowledge or practical skills relevant
for their current job and their professional
development.
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Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak - at University of Maribor, Faculty
of Mechanical Engineering, Maribor, Slovenia - held lectures
at the postgraduate study (topic covered: Structural integrity
assessment), from 13-15 December 2009.
Izv. prof. dr. sc. Katica Šimunović - at University of Pecs,
Pollack Mihaly Faculty of Engineering, Department of
Mechanical Engineering, Pecs, Hungary - held lectures at the
undergraduate study (topics covered: Thermal spraying,
Flame spraying), from 12-14April 2010.
Mobility in the academic year 2010/11:
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Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos - at Kecskemét College, Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering and Automation, Kecskemet,
Hungary – held lectures at the undergraduate study (topic
covered: Principles of polymer processing), from 04-05
November 2010.
Josip Stojšić, dipl. ing., PhD student - at Kecskemét College,
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Automation,
Kecskemet, Hungary - student mobility for placements
(activities: Rheological measurements on high pressure
capillary rheometer; Modelling of injection moulding;
Calculation of rheological data), from 18 October 2010 to 18
January 2011.
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Other Events
Power Plant Symposium for Students in Slavonski Brod
Power Plant Symposium for Students in Slavonski Brod was held
on 15 November 2010 at Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod. The main goal of this Info Day was to show which
possibilities are offered to MEFSB students by the company
Bilfinger Berger Power Services (BBPS) from Germany.
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English in Action at MEFSB: Business Communication Skills
Over eighteen years, English in Action (EiA) have become the
leading specialist in the area of in-school communicative English
courses, working with schools in more than 20 countries
worldwide. Each year, over 10,000 students participate in one of
the programmes. Each programme is supported by a dedicated
team of professionals, from academics to operational staff, based
either at the Head Office in Canterbury England or in offices in the
countries where they operate. Programmes are specifically
designed to complement the formal, year-round classroom work
undertaken by English language students in their own countries.
EiAare unique in providing:
? a range of 1 and 2 week English Language courses for students
? individually designed programmes for delivery in your own
school
? experienced, qualified, native English-speaking teachers
flown direct from the UK
? the tools to build students' confidence and motivation
? an ideal complement to the learning undertaken in students'
regular English classes
? a realistic alternative to more expensive overseas study tours
Course participants:
1. mr. sc. Jasna Ažman
2. Tomislav Baškarić, univ. bacc. ing. mech.
3. Klara Bilić-Meštrić, prof.
4. Darko Damjanović, univ. bacc. ing. mech.
5. dr. sc. Mirko Karakašić
6. prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin
7. Mato Kokanović, dipl. ing.
8. prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak
9. mr. sc. Irena Krumes-Šimunović
10. prof. dr. sc. Roberto Lujić
11. mr. sc. Zlatko Pavić
12. prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos
13. Nada Rosandić, dipl. ing.
14. Željka Rosandić, prof.
15. Željko Rosandić, dipl. ing.
16. prof. dr. sc. Ivan Samardžić
17. Marija Somolanji, prof.
18. prof. dr. sc. Marinko Stojkov
19. Josip Stojšić, dipl. ing.
20. doc. dr. sc. Katica Šimunović
21. Slaven Vidmar, dipl. iur.
22. Željko Zmaić, dipl. ing.
23. prof. dr. sc. Marija Živić
Using English clearly and effectively is becoming essential
for future success. These short, communicative courses provide
the ideal complement to students' regular classroom learning.
Delivered in students' own schools, EiA courses are easy to
organise, and are a cost effective and stress-free alternative to an
overseas study visit. With a commitment to quality of service they
offer a range of courses to meet the expectations of students in the
new millennium.
EiA Course at MEFSB
Description of the course held at the Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod:
? Course: Business Communication Skills
? CEF Level:A2/B1
? Course date: 05-09 July 2010
? Hours per Week: 25
? EiAteachers: Jacqueline Miller and Jay Fonow
? Contact Teacher (MEFSB): Željka Rosandić
23 students / professors from the Mechanical Engineering
Faculty (MEFSB) spent a week (05-09 July 2010) working with
EiA teachers Jacqueline Miller and Jay Fonow on the popular
Business Communication Skills programme.
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Course Content
Getting to Know You
Company Business
Roles & Responsibilities
Telephoning
Making an Appointment
Presentations 1
Describing Products
Checking Information
Keeping the Customer Happy
Product Design
Presentations 2
In My Life
At the Bank
Holiday
Getting Around Britain
Holiday Design
Presentations 3
Hotel
Directions
Restaurant
Not Just London
Presentations 4
Company Departments
Jobs & Personalities
In the Office
Reading the Signs
Presentations 5
Asking and responding to personal information questions
Meeting and introducing people, discussing roles and company business
Talking about job titles and duties, filling in forms
Making and receiving telephone calls, taking notes and messages from phone calls
Making appointments and arranging meetings
Discussing and planning a presentation
Selling products and discussing sales
Requesting, providing, checking and confirming information
Making and responding to complaints
Designing, presenting and discussing a new product
Deciding on presentation topics and organising a presentation
Identifying and discussing dates, times, weights and measur ement
Carrying out bank transactions
Describing, designing and selling a holiday
Requesting and providing travel information
Making suggestions and providing opinions
Planning and practicing a presentation
Providing booking information and reserving a hotel room
Describing places and requesting and giving directions
Providing definitions and discussing traditional British dishes
Discussing and presenting places of interest
Assessing and providing feedback on presentations
Identifying and discussing the roles of different departments within a company
Describing different personality types and discussing their suitability for specific job roles
Identifying, naming and describing office equipment
Interpreting signs and symbols
Delivering group presentations
Our experience with EiA
EiA provided a friendly and personal service, backed up by a
team of dedicated professionals at their office in Canterbury.
Every step of the way, they were always there to help.
Provided by EiA:
? Academic support and guidance on course choices
? Afully structured English programme
? Qualified English teachers to deliver the course
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All flights, accommodation, subsistence and travel for EiA
teachers
Specially designed course workbooks and support materials
EiAfolders and pens for every participant
An end-of-course attendance certificate at the appropriate
level
A designated Senior Teacher to liaise regularly with the school
Contact Teacher during the course.
Provided by MEFSB:
A separate classroom for each EiA class, with moveable desks
and chairs
A blackboard or whiteboard in each classroom, plus marker
pens or chalk, as appropriate
Regular access to a photocopier
Asuitable space for the end of course presentation/show
A designated Contact Teacher to liaise regularly with EiA
Senior Teacher over the course implementation
CD players for audio materials.
This was a wonderful and very successful week with English
in Action. The students had a great chance to interact with very
interesting native speakers, which has helped them improve their
oral skills. Course topics and activities were relevant and
meaningful. Moreover, small class sizes and a relaxed
environment offered accelerated learning opportunities.
Workbooks and support materials were tailor-made for our
course.
The motto of the course was: Communication, even where it
displays some errors, is preferable to no communication.
Contact: English in Action Ltd, Partnership House, 22 Hawks
Lane, Canterbury, United Kingdom, www.englishinaction.com
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Lectures held at MEFSB
Lecture "Statistical methods and scientific-research work" was
held on 16 November 2010 at Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod by prof. dr. sc. Nikola Šakić (Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Zagreb). This
lecture was organised by Department for Production Engineering.
Prof. dr. sc. Janez Kopač
Lecture for PhD students was held on 10 December 2010 at
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod by prof. dr.
Janez Kopač (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of
Ljubljana). Prof. Kopač talked about titanium alloy processing
(used for implants), high-pressure water cutting, etc. PhD students
(module: Modern Production Processes) were offered the
possibility of conducting an experiment in the laboratory at the
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana.
Lecture "Modification and coating procedures with special
emphasis on vanadium / aluminium modified steel" was held on
16 December 2010 by prof. dr. sc. Božidar Matijević (Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Zagreb). This
lecture was organised by Department for Materials Engineering.
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Croatian Society of Mechanics, section Slavonski Brod
Lectures in 2010
Lecture "Numerical methods in design and analysis of solid fuel
fire-box" was held on 21 May 2010 at Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod by prof. dr. sc. Ivan Pešenjanski
(Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad).
Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Pešenjanski
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak, mr. sc. Biljana
Miljković, prof. dr. sc. Marija Živić, prof. dr. sc.
Ivan Pešenjanski and mr. sc. Borivoj Stepanov
Prof. dr. sc. Jurij Avsec
Lecture "Model of circulatory system with concentrated
parameters" was held on 9 June 2010 at Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod by prof. dr. sc. Zdravko Virag (Faculty
of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Zagreb) and
Fabijan Lulić, dr.med., spec. cardiologist (Nemetova Polyclinic,
Zagreb).
Lecture "From macromechanics through micromechanics to
nanomechanics" was held on 11 October 2010 at Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod by prof. dr. sc. Jurij Avsec
(Faculty of Energy Technology, University of Maribor).
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Seminar on rapid prototyping, 3D printing and 3D scanning
In November 2010, an open seminar on rapid prototyping, 3D
printing and 3D scanning was organized in cooperation with the
company CADD print Ltd. During the seminar, an overview of all
available 3D printers on the market was presented, with special
emphasis on process similarities and differences between 3D
printers and other prototyping systems based on plastic materials.
The key criteria for choosing the appropriate 3D printing system
were analyzed along with the presented case studies from regional
practices in the field of engineering, medicine and architecture.
Furthermore, portable 3D scanning devices were reviewed as a
supporting technology, closely related to rapid prototyping. The
seminar was well attended by businessmen, faculty staff and
students.
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Festival of Science 2010 (19-24 April 2010)
The eight Festival of Science was organized at all Croatian
Universities from 19-24 April 2010. The main purpose of this
manifestation is to bring science and scientific work closer to the
general public (especially to primary and secondary schools) in
order to make science more popular and appealing to the younger
generations. This year, the Festival was dedicated to topics related
to the planet Earth.
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod participated
with one poster entitled: A model of mechanized device for
ecological tillage (authors: Ivan Hradovi – student; prof. dr. sc.
Željko Ivandić – mentor). "The poster deals with the topic Earth,
as well as with the ecology. It promotes a healthy life style and
exercise because the device is propelled by human power, i.e. by
pushing. At the same time, this innovative product could be used
for starting student entrepreneurship." (taken from theAbstract).
Mechanical Engineering Faculty participated for the first time in
the Festival of Science in 2009. The topic was "Evolution". A
workshop entitled Writing and drawing by hand – writing and
drawing by computer was organised by mr. sc. Vjekoslav Galzina
and Ilija Svalina, dipl. ing., and students Ivan Gelo, Hrvoje Čorić
and graduate student Mario Galović. Primary school students had
the opportunity to see how writing and drawing evolved through
years from the early beginnings up to using computers. Students
spent most of the time writing and drawing by computer and
finally their signatures were printed on large-format printer. The
workshop was well accepted and graded with 4,8 by the
participants.
Two variants from the poster entitled:
A model of mechanized device for ecological tillage
(authors: Ivan Hradovi – student; prof. dr. sc. Željko Ivandić – mentor)
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Visit to the European Centre
for Renewable Energy in Güssing (Austria)
(24 September 2010)
Agency for Export and Investment Promotion (AEIP)
initiated foundation of the Centre of Excellence for renewable
energy sources with specialization in biomass (in Slavonski
Brod). AEIP signed a cooperation agreement with Town of
Slavonski Brod and Brod-Posavina County (on 2 March 2010, in
Zagreb). This Centre would offer various types of services:
education, research and development of technologies,
certification of products and equipment in the field of biomass.
The main goal is to improve cooperation between scientific
institutions and economy. The Centre would be located in the
industrial zone Bjeliš.
Therefore, AEIP organized a study visit to the European
Centre for Renewable Energy in Güssing (Austria).
Representatives of the following institutions were part of this
visit: Development Agency Slavonski Brod, CTR Slavonski
Brod, Brodin, Brod-Posavina County, Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod (represented by prof. dr. sc. Marija
Živić and prof. dr. sc. Marinko Stojkov), Ministry of Economy,
Labour and Entrepreneurship, Agency for Export and Investment
Promotion. The participants visited the region of Güssing in
Austria to learn from the renewable energy developments which
have crowned the region as a model of sustainable energy supply.
The European Centre for Renewable Energy (Germ. abbr.
EEE), headquartered in Güssing (southern Burgenland), was
founded in 1996. The EEE develops lasting regional and
community-based concepts for energy conservation and for the
generation and use of renewable energy. As a reliable partner in
various national and European networks, the EEE has gained an
excellent reputation in the fields of research and development and
project management. The EEE is also a co-founder of Eco Energy
Land and acts as an umbrella organisation for all energy-related
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Prof. Marija Živić and Prof. Marinko Stojkov
(Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski
Brod) visited the European Centre for
Renewable Energy (German abbr. EEE)
headquartered in Güssing (southern
Burgenland).
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activities in the Güssing region. It organises lectures and training
in the field of renewable energy and tours through Eco Energy
Land.
The Güssing model is considered a model for success and is
now recognized internationally as an energy/biomass centre.
Starting with wood as a raw material, goals such as regional
development, job creation, as well as research and development
are made sustainable through several initiatives, projects and the
courage to act. The goals already achieved should be further
developed in the future, and for this reason, they strive to expand
the energy self-sufficiency of the city of Güssing into the entire
region of Güssing. The positive aspect of this system and
philosophy is that the Güssing model can be transplanted to any
place in the world. With the construction of the biomass power
plant, the goal of energy self-sufficiency also seems to have been
achieved. In Güssing, more heat, fuel, and electrical energy has
been produced from regional raw materials in the balance of the
year than the city actually needs. Within 15 years, what was once
one of the poorest regions in Austria has achieved a high standard
of living and a better quality of life. Through cooperation with the
regional schools, young people are already confronted with the
topic of "the environment" and can then find well-paying jobs
after they have completed school.
During the study trip, partners visited a biomass power plant
in Güssing, a district heating plant combined with solar in
Urbersdorf, and a biogas plant in Strem.
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Conference on Engineering Research
Sixth International PhD & DLA Symposium
University of Pécs
Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering
Pécs, Hungary, 25-26 October 2010
The Sixth International PhD & DLA Symposium was organized
by University of Pécs, Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering,
from 25-26 October 2010. The conference was organized for PhD
& DLA students in the field of engineering and architecture, since
they need a special forum in addition to their PhD & DLA
programs to present the results of their ongoing research and to
discuss the results of the ongoing PhD & DLA studies in order to
support the future activities.
There was the Exhibition of the Architectural Doctoral School and
more than 100 papers were presented at the conference and
published in the proceedings. Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod was represented by dr. sc. Štefanija Klarić, Željko
Rosandić, and dr. sc. Andrijana Milinović who presented the
paper: Examination of welding parameters influence on Stud Arc
Welding process.
Dr. sc. Štefanija Klarić and
dr. sc. Andrijana Milinović
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Publications
Published Books
Milan KLJAJIN & Milan OPALIĆ
INŽENJERSKA GRAFIKA
1st edition 2010, Size 24 × 17 cm, 472 pages, Paperback
Publisher: Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
ISBN 978-953-6048-56-4
Price: 180,00 kn
Contents: Predgovor; Grafička komunikacija u tehnici;
Normizacija; Tolerancije, dosjedi i tekstura (hrapavost) površina;
Predočavanje oblika sa osnovama nacrtne geometrije; Posebnosti
u tehničkom crtanju; Tehničko prostoručno skiciranje; Kotiranje;
Računarska grafika; Matematička osnova računarske grafike;
Stvaranje slikovnog prikaza; Napredne tehnike grafičkog
izražavanja; Računalom potpomognuta izrada modela i tehničke
dokumentacije proizvoda; Pojednostavnjenja i simboli; Literatura
te prilozi: Popis korisnih normi u tehničkom crtanju; Rječnik
pojmova iz inženjerske grafike, tehničkog crtanja,
dokumentiranja i oblikovanja (dizajna); Neka pravila pisanja
oznaka u tehnici i znanosti; Kazalo pojmova; Prilog u boji.
Same as in the pre-computer era, the main role and purpose of
technical drawing is to give the users of Computer Aided Design
(CAD) System traditional knowledge from this field, i.e. to help
them develop a sense for connecting 2D and 3D image with the
real model, as well as to make users more familiar with a set of
conventions or standards typical for technical drawing. In the
future, the role of technical drawing is going to change even more
due to the fact that with development of computer graphics and its
merger with CAM systems, the need for technical drawing in the
form of so called "hard copy" is going to decrease, but technical
drawing will always be the basis for the mentioned activities. The
topics are presented methodically. Wherever possible, theoretical
postulates are linked to real machine parts in order to point out the
importance of studying this specific area of expertise. This
textbook also covers the basics of drawing geometry but not with
an intention to replace this discipline. Drawing geometry is used
here as a reminder. The authors tried to fill a certain void that exists
in this specific area. This textbook is intended for students of
engineering faculties in general, but above all to students of
mechanical engineering, and also to students of secondary
schools, and to all professionals who deal with technical drawing.
It could also be a useful reminder to all engineers in practice.
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Pero RAOS & Mladen ŠERCER
TEORIJSKE OSNOVE PROIZVODNJE POLIMERNIH
TVOREVINA
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1 edition 2010, Size 16,5 × 24 cm, 192 pages, Hardcover
Publisher: Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
ISBN 978-953-6048-57-1
Price: 100,00 kn
Contents: Predgovor, Uvod, Uvod u proizvodnju polimernih
tvorevina, Polimeri, Teorijske osnove preradbe polimernih
taljevina, Dodatak i Kazalo pojmova.
This textbook is the product of an extensive scientific-research
cooperation of authors in the field of polymer engineering.
Together with Postupci proizvodnje polimernih tvorevina (not
published yet), this textbook is the basis for the following courses:
Polymer processing, Casting, Production procedures, etc. at
pregraduate study (at Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod and at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and
Naval Architecture in Zagreb). However, it can also be used for a
more detailed study of polymer processing at postgraduate study
of mechanical engineering. Furthermore, this textbook can also be
used for other courses dealing with polymer processing,
technology and materials. There are four sections in this textbook.
The first section deals with similarities in manufacturing of
polymer products with the products made from other types of
material, primarily metal materials, with special emphasis on
special properties of polymers. The second section deals with
processing fundamentals. A systematization of polymer processes
is also given. The third section explains the processing of
synthetic polymers and their structure. There is also a general
classification of materials, as well as classification of common
polymers. This section also deals with processing properties and
application of polymers. The fourth section summarizes the basics
of polymer melt processing with special emphasis on flow and
rheological behaviour of polymer melts. Polymer processing is
based on heat transfer, and therefore, thermal properties of
polymers are given. The book provides an extensive list of
references to the appropriate technical literature for further study
and consideration of current research issues. This textbook was
reviewed by: prof. dr. sc. Emil Hnatko (Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod, J. J. Strossmayer University of
Osijek), prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Filetin (Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb), prof.
dr. sc. Janez Kopač (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Ljubljana) and prof. dr. sc. Đurđica Španiček
(Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture,
University of Zagreb). This is a practical book aimed at both
practicing engineers and graduate students who are engaged in the
research and development of polymer processing.
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The open access is available at:
http://www.sfsb.hr/nastava/esadrzaji
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Annual Report of MEFSB for 2009
Preface
Introduction
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
Study Programmes
Students
Scientific Activities
Cooperation with the Economy
Management of Faculty
Organization and Employees
Department for Mechanical Design
Department for Production Engineering
Department for Materials Engineering
Department for Industrial Engineering
Chair for Common Subjects
Scientific Activities
Postgraduate Doctoral Studies in Mechanical Engineering
Postgraduate professional studies "Development of products
and technologies"
Scientific and Research Projects
Junior Researchers
Defended PhD Thesis
Activities of Departments
Department for Mechanical Design
Department for Production Engineering
Department for Materials Engineering
Department for Industrial Engineering
International Collaboration
International Projects
Signed Contracts of International Collaboration
International Students and Professors Exchange
Publications
Published Books
Tehnički vjesnik - Technical Gazette
Strojarstvo - 30 Years of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
in Slavonski Brod
The first issue of Annual Report of Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod
(MEFSB) published in the summer of 2010. The
contents of the first issue are given in the right
column of this page.
Organization of Conferences
PLIN 2009 (GAS 2009)
Fifth International Scientific-Expert Conference SBW 2009
TEAM 2009 (Technics, Education, Agriculture & Management)
Strojarski izazov (Mechanical Engineering Challenge)
Locations Map
Published Results
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Tehnički vjesnik - Technical Gazette
TECHNICAL GAZETTE (TEHNIČKI VJESNIK) (with 17 years
of tradition) is the scientific-professional journal of three
technical faculties of the University of Osijek: the Faculty of
Electrical Engineering in Osijek, the Faculty of Civil Engineering
in Osijek and the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski
Brod. This journal should enable all the researchers, teachers and
associates from the University to publish the results of their
research, to offer practical solutions for certain problems and to
make them available to the general public.
Due to high quality, the journal is indexed in several significant
bases (INSPEC, SCOPUS, COMPEDEX, GEO Abstracts,
Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, etc.), and beginning with Volume
15 (Number 1) in 2008, it is included in Web of Science (SCIExpanded). Hopefully, the journal will be indexed also in SCI and
CC. High scientific level of the papers, and high technical quality
of the journal are the preconditions for this. Furthermore, there
will be 4 numbers annually in the future.
Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos,
Editor-in-Chief (since October 2003)
The journal is financed by the Ministry of Science, Education and
Sports (Republic of Croatia), and also by the Faculty of Electrical
Engineering in Osijek, the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Osijek
and the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod.
The journal is published in paper form and in electronic form
(without extras) (see: http://hrcak.srce.hr/tehnicki-vjesnik).
The members of the Council of Journal are: Radoslav GALIĆ
(ETF Osijek) – president, Dražan KOZAK (SF Slavonski Brod) member, Damir MARKULAK (GF Osijek) - member, Ivan
SAMARDŽIĆ (Vice-Rector for Science, Technologies, Projects
and International Cooperation) - member.
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The members of the Editorial Board are: Pero RAOS (Editor-inChief) (SF Slavonski Brod), Milan KLJAJIN (Vice Editor-inChief) (SF Slavonski Brod), Srete NIKOLOVSKI (ETF Osijek),
Snježana RIMAC-DRLJE (ETF Osijek), Goran MARTINOVIĆ
(ETF Osijek), Vladimir SIGMUND (GF Osijek), Lidija TADIĆ
(GF Osijek), Damir VAREVAC (GF Osijek), Sanja DIMTER (GF
Osijek), Ivica KLADARIĆ (SF Slavonski Brod), Tomislav
ŠARIĆ (SF Slavonski Brod),Antun STOIĆ (VU Slavonski Brod).
The members of the International Editorial Council are: Helmut
RAPP (Universität der Bundeswehr München), Matej
FISCHINGER (Univerza v Ljubljani), Jožef DUHOVNIK
(Univerza v Ljubljani), Janez KOPAČ (Univerza v Ljubljani),
Nenad GUCUNSKI (Member, ASCE, Department of Civil and
Environmental Engineering at Rutgers University in Piscataway,
NJ, USA), Nenad GUBELJAK (Univerza v Mariboru), Jozef
NOVAK-MARCINČIN (TU Košice, Slovakia), Karoly BELINA
(GAMF Kecskemet, Hungary).
The members of the Expert Council are: Academician Božo
UDOVIČIĆ (HAZU Zagreb), Tomislav FILETIN and Mladen
ŠERCER (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval
Architecture in Zagreb), Ivica DŽEBA (Faculty of Civil
Engineering in Zagreb).
The volume 17 in numbers
Four issues of the journal were published on a total of 552
numbered pages during the year 2010. The structure of 73
published articles was as follows: 31 original scientific paper, 22
preliminary notes, 12 subject reviews and 8 professional papers.
http://hrcak.srce.hr/tehnicki-vjesnik
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A special edition of "Strojarstvo" was published in March-April 2010 with the main objective
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to celebrate the 35 anniversary of Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek.
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Organization of Conferences
PLIN 2010 (GAS 2010)
Traditional Natural Gas, Heat and Water Conference was held in
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Osijek (29 September to 1 October 2010) for the 8 time. This
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was also the 1 international conference (1 International Natural
Gas, Heat and Water Conference) due to cooperation between the
organizers HEP-Plin d.o.o. and Mechanical Engineering Faculty
in Slavonski Brod, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek with
Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering in Pécs.
Conference Chairs were doc. dr. sc. Zlatko Tonković (HEP-Plin
d.o.o.) and prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos (Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod).
The Conference started on 29th September 2010 at HEP-Plin d.o.o.
with a round table Construction, Maintenance and Testing of PE
Pipes for Gas and Water. The key lecture was held by prof. dr. sc.
Pero Raos on polyethylene pipes for gas. Moderators of the round
table were prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos, prof. dr. sc. Mladen Šercer, and
doc. dr. sc. Zlatko Tonković.
Opening Ceremony was held on 30th September 2010 at Croatian
National Theater in Osijek and it was moderated by doc.dr.sc.
Damir Pečvarac (Member of Board - HEP d. d.). Welcoming
address was held by doc. dr. sc. Zlatko Tonković (HEP-Plin d. o.
o.), prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak (the Dean of MEF in Slavonski
Brod), and prof. dr. sc. Bálint Bachmann (the Dean of Pollack
Mihály Faculty of Engineering in Pécs).
30 papers were presented at this conference (divided in five
sections entitled: Legislation; Energetics; Health and Ecology;
Gas Technique; General, Water and Fuels). Lecturers were not
only renowned university professors, experts and entrepreneurs
from Croatia but also from abroad. The lectures at this conference
were based on renewable energy sources, use of natural gas,
heating systems and water supply systems. 30 papers were
presented orally and additional 6 were part of the poster session
(dealing with heating systems and water supply systems). Prof. dr.
sc. Pero Raos moderated the closing ceremony of this
international scientific-expert conference.
Dr. habil. Bálint Bachmann, Dean
of the Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering,
University of Pécs
Round table at HEP-Plin d. o. o. Osijek
Lecture held by prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos
(29 September 2010)
This conference gains in importance each year, and in 2010, there
were more than 300 participants from Croatia, Bosnia and
Herzegovina, Hungary, Germany, Slovenia and Serbia.
The main objective of this conference was to enrich the
knowledge of the experts in the field of engineering, with special
emphasis on gas, heat and water. The conference is included in
professional training pursuant to the Regulations on Professional
Examinations and Professional Training of Persons Performing
Civil Engineering Jobs (with 16 credits).
Opening Ceremony
doc. dr. sc. Damir Pečvarac (HEP d. d.)
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TEAM 2010
(Technics, Education, Agriculture & Management)
The 2nd International Scientific and Expert Conference TEAM
2010 was held in Kecskemét (Hungary) on 4 and 5 November
2010. This Conference was organized by the International TEAM
Society: University of Applied Sciences of Slavonski Brod,
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod and GAMF
Kecskemét College, Hungary.
The aim of the Conference is transfer of knowledge and
dissemination of achievements in the field of Technics,
Education, Agriculture and Management (therefore TEAM).
There were more than 70 papers at the First TEAM Conference,
and this year the interest was even greater and over 100 papers
were presented. Although the Conference was in Hungary, there
were many participants from Croatia who presented the papers
and also helped with the organization of the Conference.
Mechanical Engineering Faculty
in Slavonski Brod (students): Tomislav Baškarić,
Antonio Koljenik, Zvonimir Janković,
Darko Damjanović and Mario Holik
Since one of the goals of the International TEAM Society is to
support young scientists and experts, five students of Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod also participated. One of
them is Darko Damjanović who received the Best Paper and
PresentationAward.
This Conference is the proof of good cooperation between higher
education institutions. Hopefully, it will become a tradition with
even greater number of participants and quality scientific papers.
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod was
represented by: Tomislav Baškarić, Mario Holik, Zvonimir
Janković, Ivan Samardžić, Pero Raos, Dražan Kozak, Antonio
Koljenik, Marija Živić, Antun Stoić, Tomislav Šarić and Ivica
Kladarić.
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The 3 International Scientific and
Expert Conference TEAM 2011 will be
held in Trnava, Slovak Republic.
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Strojarski izazov
(Mechanical Engineering Challenge)
The cooperation between Đuro Đaković Montaža and Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod started in 2006 and
resulted in the organization of the first "Strojarski izazov"
(Mechanical Engineering Challenge) in 2007 with the main
purpose to show how knowledge and experience can be
successfully brought together. This is a unique manifestation in
the field of mechanical engineering in the Republic of Croatia. At
SI, renowned experts and professors (from MEF and guest
lecturers) hold lectures in order to show new developments in
different fields of mechanical engineering to present and future
students of MEF and guests from the economy.
The 4th SI was held on 29-30 April 2010 at Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod. The topic of SI was
Energetics and current situation in the Republic of Croatia, as well
as national energy strategy. Key lectures on this topic were held
by: academician Božo Udovičić, dr. sc. Goran Granić, Head of
Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar and prof. dr. sc. Igor Dekanić from
the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering
(University of Zagreb). Professors from MEF held lectures on
application of new technology in the field of energetics, while the
representatives from Đ.Đ. Montaža tried to show some of the
challenges in this field by using some examples from practice.
On the second day of SI, the visitors were able to attend short
lectures which were held by young researchers and graduate
students of mechanical engineering (MEF in Slavonski Brod), as
well as different quizzes and workshops intended for students and
high school graduates. They could also learn more about the
advantages of studying at MEF.
Approximately 500 high school graduates, students and
representatives of the local political community (Town of
Slavonski Brod, Brod-Posavina County), the economy and the
media, attended this manifestation.
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ICMEM 2010
The 1st International Scientific Conference on Manufacturing
Engineering & Management 2010 took place on 21 - 23
November 2010 in one of the most dynamic cities of Slovakia Prešov with a beautiful renovated city centre and youthful
atmosphere.
Conference was organized by:
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Department of Manufacturing Management, Faculty of
Manufacturing Technologies, Technical University of Košice
with a seat in Prešov
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod, J. J.
Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia,
Faculty of Management Czestochowa University of
Technology, Poland,
Faculty of Economic Sciences Valahia University of
Targoviste, Romania.
in cooperation with:
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Institute of Geonics, Academy of Science, Ostrava - Poruba,
Czech Republic,
Regional Advisory and Information Centre Prešov (RAIC),
Slovakia,
Euro Info Centre SK 673,
Municipality of Prešov (Slovak Republic),
Municipality of Slavonski Brod (Croatia).
The aim of the conference was to provide the most complete and
reliable source of information on current developments in the
field. Further aim of ICMEM2010 was to establish channels of
communication and disseminate knowledge among professionals
working in manufacturing, related industries and services,
investment institutions, as well as experts and researchers in
relevant research and academic institutions in the field of
Manufacturing Engineering and Manufacturing Management.
Conference Chairman
Prešov
Hloch Sergej,Assoc. Prof. Ing. PhD., TU of Košice, Slovakia
Kozak Dražan, Prof. dr. sc., University of Osijek, Croatia
Valíček Jan, Assoc. Prof. Ing. PhD., VŠB TU Ostrava, Czech
Republic
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Students’ Activities
Study Visit
to SAME DEUTZ-FAHR Žetelice d.o.o. in Županja
SAME DEUTZ-FAHR Žetelice d.o.o. in Županja
manufactures harvesting machinery and uses highly qualified
manpower. This is a modern and sophisticated factory with stateof-the-art equipment for laser cutting, cataphoresis painting,
welding process optimization, etc.
Students and their professors had a chance to see a design
office dealing with development of various kinds of harvesting
machinery using computer tools. This well-organized factory has
specialized in providing specific and tailored solutions to
customer applications and also aims at constant improvement of
their standard products, i.e. harvesting or treshing machinery.
Students could also see the whole production process of
harvesting machinery starting with material preparation, laser
cutting, deformation, welding, painting, and ending with
assembly of the final product.
Students of Graduate study
(module: Product design and development,
III. semester) with their professors during
the visit to SAME DEUTZ-FAHR Žetelice d.o.o.
in Županja (10 June 2010)
Students of Graduate study
(module: Product design and development,
II. semester) with their professors during
the visit to SAME DEUTZ-FAHR Žetelice d.o.o.
in Županja (17 November 2010)
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Study Visit
to TŽV GREDELJ d.o.o. in Zagreb
On 15 December 2010, the students of MEF (Graduate study
Mechanical Engineering; module: Product design and
development) visited TŽV GREDELJ d.o.o. Part of this study
visit were also prof. dr. sc. Milan Kljajin, prof. dr. sc. Željko
Ivandić, and assistants: dr. sc. Mirko Karakašić, Mato Kokanović,
Tomislav Baškarić and Darko Damjanović. Prof. dr. sc. Milan
Kljajin arranged this visit with the President of the Board of
Directors of TŽV GREDELJ d.o.o., mr. sc. Ivan Tolić.
The students had a chance to visit the new factory facilities in the
Industrial zone Vukomerec in Zagreb. Gojko Stunjek, dipl. ing.
welcomed the group and pointed out some interesting facts about
the factory: TŽV GREDELJ d.o.o. was founded in 1894 as the
main workshop of the Hungarian State Railways for repair and
general overhaul of steam locomotives. Since then, this company
has been continuously investing in its manufacturing capabilities,
technologies, and human and material resources. Today, TŽV
GREDELJ d.o.o. is a respectable participant in the rolling stock
market, with a full range portfolio of new rolling stock products
for urban, suburban and regional transport. As a provider of
various levels of services for the rolling stock, from repair to
complete reconfiguration, TŽV GREDELJ d.o.o. has
exceptionally strong references in successful repowering and
modernization of rolling stock of various OEM manufacturers
from all around the world.
Students and professors at TŽV GREDELJ d.o.o.
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Sports Activities
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3 Memorial Indoor Soccer Tournament
"Stevica Šovakov"
In memoriam of Stevica Šovakov, a student at Mechanical
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Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod, the 3 Memorial Indoor
Soccer Tournament was held in the Village of Gajić (Baranja).
There were 12 teams at this tournament, primarily Stevica's
friends from Baranja, Županja, as well as guests from Hungary
and MEFSB. The MEFSB team won the Trophy. Prof. Marušić
presented trophies to the team captains. Prof. Marušić pointed out
that Stevica was a kind and brave young man who is still
remembered by professors at Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod and by his fellow students. Despite the difficult
illness, he always persisted in his studies, and he was always the
role model for others. He can be an inspiration to all of us when the
times are difficult.
Stevica Šovakov
Rowing Regatta
The 18th Rowing Regatta for students of mechanical engineering
and naval architecture in Croatia was held on 18 September 2010
at Jarun (Zagreb). Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski
Brod was represented by Alegić Dino, Fridl Mario, Halavuk Dino,
Legac Vjekoslav, Majdančić Ivan and Pinjušić Mihael (lead by
mr. sc. Zvonko Miljković). They won a bronze medal in a coxed
four (4+) in extremely difficult conditions. The coxswain was
Krunoslav Šešet (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval
Architecture, Zagreb).
Mr. sc. Zvonko Miljković and
Prof. dr. sc. Dražan Kozak, the Dean of MEFSB,
with students' crew
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Huawei Summer Camp 2010
China (Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shanghai)
Hong Kong
Shanghai
China Pavilion is indeed the most impressive
building at the EXPO. China is one of the
countries that are aware of the fact that
nature and environment must be preserved
at all cost.
Darko Damjanović, student of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty in Slavonski Brod, was one of the top (11) students in
Croatia who won a scholarship from one of the biggest high-tech
companies in the world: Huawei Technologies, China. This
scholarship was part of the project "Huawei Summer Camp 2010"
organized by the Chinese company Huawei Technologies and
Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia.
The scholarship covered all the expenses for the trip to
People's Republic of China in the time period of 24 to 31 July 2010
and visit to some of the largest cities in China: Hong Kong,
Shenzhen, and Shanghai.
A place where "East meets West" is geographically located in
southern China with an area of approximately 1100 km2 and a
population of 7 million people. Hong Kong is one of the most
densely populated areas in the world. City view from Victoria
Peak is something truly breathtaking. Cameras simply cannot
capture the full grandeur of Hong Kong; you simply have to be
there!
Shenzhen is located north of Hong Kong and almost twice as
big as Hong Kong. Shenzhen is home of Huawei which is one of
the most successful high-tech companies in the world.
The tour of this great company made quite an impression
because everything is covered with green (inside, as well as
outside the company). This is an ultra-modern company with
many employees, with many products and innovations, and with a
huge number of people in the development centre.
Shanghai is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world
and definitely the largest city in China with more than 20 million
people. It is located on China's central eastern coast at the delta of
the Yangtze River. One of the many beautiful and memorable
experiences is a visit to Yuyuan Garden. This classical Chinese
garden was first established 500 years ago during the Ming
Dynasty. It is a place where you can forget the city noise and
hustle, a place where you feel relaxed and satisfied, exactly what
the Chinese word "Yu" means. The total opposite is the Oriental
Pearl TV Tower (by the side of Huangpu River). At 468 m high, it
was the tallest structure in China from 1994–2007, when it was
surpassed by the Shanghai World Financial Center. The tower has
fifteen observatory levels and the highest (known as the Space
Module) is at 350 m. The project also contains exhibition
facilities, restaurants and a shopping mall.
And finally – EXPO 2010 entitled "Better City, Better Life"! It
is fascinating that there were huge queues in front of the pavilions
despite the fact that it was over 40 °C. By the end of EXPO 2010,
there were at least 70 million visitors from all over the world.
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Social Activities
Visit to Zagreb and Krapina
Bodies Revealed (Zagreb) and
Krapina Neanderthal Museum
The management of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod, together with the Independent Union of Research
and Higher Education Employees of Croatia (NSZiVO) Slavonski Brod branch at the MEFSB, have organized an
excursion to Zagreb (the exhibition Bodies Revealed at Klovićevi
Dvori) and Krapina (the Krapina Neanderthal Museum) on 6th
June 2010. Many employees of the Mechanical Engineering
Faculty and members of their families took part in this excursion.
As part of a world tour, the exhibition Bodies Revealed was
opened at Klovićevi dvori in Zagreb on 9th April 2010. This worldfamous anatomical exhibition has been seen by millions of
visitors worldwide. The exhibition features a groundbreaking new
design with video and interactive features, modern lighting and an
open floor plan that allows visitors to experience each gallery at
their own leisurely pace-exploring the skeletal, muscular,
reproductive, respiratory, circulatory and other systems of the
human body, giving visitors the opportunity to view the
complexity of their own organs and systems. The exhibition
features more than 200 specimens, including 14 whole body
specimens posed in a combination of dramatic athletic and artistic
movement. The real human body specimens in the exhibition are
preserved through a revolutionary technique called polymer
preservation. In this process, human tissue is permanently
preserved using liquid silicone rubber. All of the bodies and organ
specimens in Bodies Revealed came from individuals who chose
to donate their bodies to accredited medical universities in the
People's Republic of China.
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The museum visit was followed by a lunch at Roses Fashion
Outlet in Sveti Križ Začretje.
After lunch, a visit to the Krapina Neanderthal Museum
followed. This Museum, renovated according to world standards,
is uniquely located and has become an attraction not to be missed.
The site itself is protected as the first paleontological nature
monument in Croatia. Much effort, knowledge, and money
(around 8.5 million Euros) was invested into the renovation of the
Krapina Neanderthal Museum. Here, visitors can see and get to
know the ancestors of modern man, who inhabited a large part of
the European continent, as well as parts of south-western Asia,
and died out around the year 30,000 B.C. After the habitat of the
Krapina Neanderthal at Hušnjakovo was discovered in 1899 by
Dragutin Gorjanoviæ Kramberger; geological and
paleontological research continued until 1905. The age of the rich
site was determined to be over 130,000 years and around 900
fossilized human bones, as well as numerous stone tools from the
Paleolithic Era, were uncovered at the site. Moreover, fossil
remains of bears, wolves, moose, deer, rhino, wild cattle and other
animals were also found in the caves. The museum is located in the
valley between the two hills of Hušnjakovo and Josipovac, where
an artificial semi-cave, actually larger than the real one, was
constructed with the help of modern technology. The museum
covers two floors with a total area of 1,200 square meters.
The entrance blends into the landscape so, upon entering,
visitors are imparted with an impression that they have become
the cave's inhabitants. This impression is additionally enhanced
by interactive content: visitors "travel" through history from the
big bang to the beginning of the world, following the evolution of
the Earth, the development of the first organisms, dinosaurs, the
life of first hominids who came down from the branches, all the
way to the Neanderthal of Krapina, who are represented by hyperrealistic sculptures. The museum is equipped with top class
technological equipment and numerous classic contents such as
info-booths, a cafe, and a large library.
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Advent in Vienna
The management of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in
Slavonski Brod, together with the Independent Union of Research
and Higher Education Employees of Croatia (NSZiVO) Slavonski Brod branch at the MEFSB, have organized a two-day
excursion to Vienna called 'Avent in Vienna'. Due to a huge
interest, it was necessary to apply early in order to experience the
magic ofAdvent in Vienna (11-12 December 2010).
This was an exceptional opportunity to explore Vienna and to
visit some of the most famous places like the Opera, Hofburg,
Schönbrunn, City Hall, Kunstforum, Hundertwasserhaus, as well
as some of the museums. We also experienced the typical
Viennese coffee house atmosphere at Café Sacher that offers an
original Sacher-Torte.
Vienna is at its absolute best at the end of the year and the
Christmas Market on Vienna's City Hall Square is an
unforgettable highlight for all visitors eager to get into the
Christmas spirit. The unique backdrop of the Burgtheater and
Vienna City Hall gives this Christmas Market a charm of its own.
The delicious aroma of punch, traditional gingerbread, roasted
almonds and honey puts everyone in the Christmas mood. The
Christmas Market is a favourite place to meet, with many visitors
returning several times each season. Young families, teens and
tourists are particularly enchanted by the festive atmosphere on
City Hall Square. The vibrant and colourful Christmas Market
offers a vast array of Christmas handicrafts, tree decorations and
other gift ideas. Evocative Advent aromas, festive concerts, a tall
tree blazing with countless Christmas lights, and the enchantingly
decorated Rathauspark are just some of the highlights that give
Vienna the unique appeal.
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In Memoriam
Dragutin Vujčić, mag. iur.
Secretary of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty, Dragutin Vujčić, passed away on
22 August 2010
Dragutin Vujčić was born on 25 February 1944 in Staro
Topolje. He finished elementary school in Donji Andrijevci, and
high school (field: economics) in Bosanski Brod. He graduated
from Faculty of Law, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek.
Furthermore, he enrolled postgraduate study at Faculty of Law in
Osijek, where he passed all exams but did not defend his master
thesis due to his enlistment during the Homeland War.
He worked in the economy, and later for state administration
(Municipality of Slavonski Brod from 1966 to 1970) and later
again in the economy (Oriolik Oriovac, A.K. Jasinje, etc.) until
1976 when he became the Secretary of FSB Centre for Mechanical
Engineering Studies in Slavonski Brod, which became later an
independent scientific-educational institution known as
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod (forming a
constituent part of J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek).
As reward for his valuable contributions and hard work, the
Secretary of Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod,
Dragutin Vujčić, mag. iur., received a medal from Town of
Slavonski Brod in 1979 for 'his contribution in the founding of
Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod'.
Mr Vujčić will be remembered for his selfless contribution in
organisation of classes at Mechanical Engineering Faculty during
the Homeland War. Furthermore, he was also a participant of this
war, for which he received the Homeland War Memorial (19911992) and a number of rewards for his work.
It should be emphasised that Dragutin Vujčić helped in the
founding of Student Centre in Slavonski Brod, and on 30 March
1995, he was appointed Director of Student Centre by the Council
of University of Osijek.
Much of his work was dedicated to coordination of all higher
education institutions in the Town of Slavonski Brod. His great
enthusiasm and valuable contribution to improvement of higher
education system in the Town of Slavonski Brod, Brod-Posavina
County and Easern Croatia are highly appreciated.
He will be greatly missed by all employees of Mechanical
Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod.
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More information
http://www.sfsb.hr
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Published Results
The result of the scientist's work on many projects is a great
number of papers published on international conferences in the
country and abroad and in the international journals. More details
about books and published papers are available at the web page of
Croatian Scientific Bibliography - http://bib.irb.hr
Published books:
1.
Kljajin, Milan; Opalić, Milan. Inženjerska grafika.
Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu,
2010. (sveučilišni udžbenik). [CROSBI-ID 482090]
2.
Raos, Pero; Šercer, Mladen. Teorijske osnove proizvodnje
polimernih tvorevina. Slavonski Brod/Zagreb: Strojarski
fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 2010. (visokoškolski
udžbenik). [CROSBI-ID 491516]
Text books and scripts:
3.
Budić, Ivan. Osnove tehnologije kalupljenja - Jednokratni
kalupi I. dio, II. izmijenjeno i dopunjeno izdanje. Slavonski
Brod: Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 2010.
[CROSBI-ID 442822]
Journal articles and review articles in CC journals:
4.
Aleksandrović, Srbislav; Marušić, Vlatko; Vujinović,
Tomislav; Maglić, Leon. Influence of Variable Blank
Holding Force and Nonmonotonous Process of Deep
Drawing on Formability of Coated Sheets. // Strojarstvo:
časopis za teoriju i praksu u strojarstvu. 52 (2010), 2; 159168 (prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
472676]
5.
Cvetković, Slavica; Šimunović, Goran; Maglić, Leon.
Modelling of Logistic System by Petri Nets. // Strojarstvo:
časopis za teoriju i praksu u strojarstvu. 52 (2010), 2; 169179 (prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
472773]
6.
Dunđer, Marko; Vuherer, Tomaž; Kladarić, Ivica.
Weldability Investigation of TStE 420 After Weld Thermal
Cycle Simulation. // Strojarstvo: časopis za teoriju i praksu u
strojarstvu. 52 (2010) , 2; 97-104 (članak, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 472675]
7.
Grizelj, Branko; Cumin, Josip; Grizelj, Dejan. Effect of
spring-back and spring-forward in V-die bending of St1403
sheet metal plates. // Strojarstvo: časopis za teoriju i praksu u
strojarstvu. 52 (2010), 2; 181-186 (prethodno priopćenje,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 474340]
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8.
Marušić, Sanja; Marušić, Vlatko; Samardžić, Ivan. The
Quality Influence of Base Material Surface Preparation on
the Durability of a Sprayed Layer Against Radial and Axial
Shear. // Strojarstvo: časopis za teoriju i praksu u strojarstvu.
52 (2010), 2; 187-196 (prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 472778]
9.
Milošević-Mitić, Vesna; Kozak, Dražan; Maneski, Taško;
Anđelić, Nina; Gaćeša, Branka; Stojkov, Marinko. Dynamic
Nonlinear Temperature Field in a Ferromagnetic Plate
Induced by High Frequency Electromagnetic Waves. //
Strojarstvo: časopis za teoriju i praksu u strojarstvu. 52
(2010), 2; 115-124 (članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
474538]
10. Novak-Marcinčin, Jozef; Doliak, Martin; Hloch, Sergej;
Ergić, Todor. Application of the Virtual Reality Modelling
Language to Computer Aided Robot Control System
ROANS. // Strojarstvo: časopis za teoriju i praksu u
strojarstvu. 52 (2010), 2; 227-232 (članak, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 479762]
11. Opalić, Milan; Kljajin, Milan; Vučković, Krešimir.
Disassembly Layout in WEEE Recycling Process. //
Strojarstvo. 52 (2010), 1; 51-58 (pregledni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 459302]
12. Pušavec, Franci; Stoić, Antun; Kopač, Janez. Sustainable
Machining Process - Myth or Reality. // Strojarstvo: časopis
za teoriju i praksu u strojarstvu. 52 (2010), 2; 197-204
(prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 472781]
13. Šimunović, Goran; Balič, Jože; Šarić, Tomislav; Šimunović,
Katica; Lujić, Roberto; Svalina, Ilija. Comparison of the
technological time prediction models. // Strojarstvo: časopis
za teoriju i praksu u strojarstvu. 52 (2010.), 2; 137-145
(članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 472859]
14. Šoštarić, Damir; Vinko, Davor; Žagar, Drago; Samardžić,
Ivan. Reliability of Welding Parameters Monitoring System.
// Strojarstvo. 52 (2010), 2; 217-226 (članak, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 458604]
15. Trišović, Nataša; Maneski, Taško; Kozak, Dražan.
Developed procedure for dynamic reanalysis of structures. //
Strojarstvo: časopis za teoriju i praksu u strojarstvu. 52
(2010), 2; 147-158 (članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
474540]
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Scientific articles in other journals:
16. Adamović, Dragan; Mandić, Vesna; Jurković, Zoran;
Grizelj, Branko; Stefanović, Milentije; Marinković,
Tomislav; Aleksandrović, Srbislav. An Experimental
Modelling and Numerical FE Analysis of Steel-Strip Ironing
Process. // Tehnički vjesnik: znanstveno-stručni časopis
tehničkih fakulteta Sveučilišta u Osijeku. 17 (2010), 4; 435444 (članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 496969]
17. Aračić, Stjepan; Krumes, Dragomir; Matičević, Tatjana;
Vilovčević, Ivica. Analiza izdržljivosti ekoloških premaza u
zaštiti metala od korozije. // Tehnički vjesnik: znanstvenostručni časopis tehničkih fakulteta Sveučilišta u Osijeku. 17
(2010), 3; 343-346 (prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 497822]
18. Aračić, Stjepan; Krumes, Dragomir; Matičević, Tatjana;
Vilovčević, Ivica. Testing the durability of ecologic coats in
the protection of metals from corrosion. // Tehnički vjesnik :
znanstveno-stručni časopis tehničkih fakulteta Sveučilišta u
Osijeku. 17 (2010), 2; 125-130 (pregledni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 469323]
19. Aračić, Stjepan; Krumes, Dragomi r; Vitez, Ivan.
Tribocorrosion of Low Carbon Steel C15E in 5 % NaCl and 5
% NaCl + SiO2. // Metalurgija. 49 (2010), 2; 111-114
(prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 439531]
20. Crnković, Damir; Šljivac, Damir; Stojkov, Marinko.
Influence of Wind Power Plants on Power System Operation
– Part One: Wind Power Plant Operation and Network
Connection Criteria. // Tehnički vjesnik: znanstveno-stručni
časopis tehničkih fakulteta Sveučilišta u Osijeku. 17 (2010),
1; 101-108 (pregledni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
443925]
21. Crnković, Damir; Vrandečić, Nino; Stojkov, Marinko.
Transients in No-Load Condition of Power Transformer
20/0, 4 kV. // Tehnički vjesnik: znanstveno-stručni časopis
tehničkih fakulteta Sveučilišta u Osijeku. 17 (2010), 2; 179183 (članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 498069]
22. Čatić, Igor; Barić, Gordana; Cvjetičanin, Nenad; Galić,
Kata; Godec, Damir; Grancarić, Ana Marija; Katavić, Ivan;
Kovačić, Tonka; Raos, Pero; Rogić, Ana; Rujnić-Sokele,
Maja; Vranješ, Nina; Vrsaljko, Domagoj; Andričić, Branka.
Polimeri - od prapočetka do plastike i elastomera. //
Polimeri. 31 (2010), 2; 59-70 (pregledni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 494900]
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23. Garašić, Ivica; Ćorić, Anto; Kožuh, Zoran; Samardžić, Ivan.
Occurence of cold cracks in welding of high-strength
S960QL steel. // Tehnički vjesnik: znanstveno-stručni
časopis tehničkih fakulteta Sveučilišta u Osijeku. 17 (2010),
3; 327-335 (prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni). [CROSBIID 489413]
24. Grizelj, Branko; Cumin, Josip; Seuček, Ivan; Šoškić,
Nikola; Vujčić, Branimir. Effect of spring-back and Spring
forward in V-die bending of St1403 sheet metal plates. //
Metalurgija. 49 (2010), 3; 230-230 (sažetak, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 475988]
25. Hornung, Krunoslav; Hnatko, Emil; Stojkov, Marinko;
Kljajin, Milan. Natural gas savings using solar heating. //
Tehnicki vjesnik / Technical Gazette. 17 (2010), 4; 515-522
(prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 496861
26. Hreha, Pavol; Hloch, Sergej; Magurova, Dagmar; Valiček,
Jan; Kozak, Dražan; Harničarova, Marta; Rakin, Marko.
Water Jet Technology Used in Medicine. // Tehnički vjesnik:
znanstveno-stručni časopis tehničkih fakulteta Sveučilišta u
Osijeku. 17 (2010), 2; 237-240 (pregledni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 476496]
27. Hreha, Pavol; Hloch, Sergej; Valíček, Jan; Monková,
Katarína; Monka, Peter; Harničárová, Marta; Fusek, Martin;
Konjatić, Pejo. Impact of abrasive mass flow rate when
penetrating into a materialon its vibration. // Tehnicki
vjesnik-Technical gazette. 17 (2010), 4; 475-480 (prethodno
priopćenje, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 496940]
28. Karakašić, Mirko; Zadnik, Žiga; Kljajin, Milan; Duhovnik,
Jože. Functional structure generation within multistructured matrix forms. // Tehnicki vjesnik / Technical
Gazette. 17 (2010), 4; 465-473 (izvorni znanstveni članak,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 496857]
29. Kliber, J.; Fabik, R.; Vitez, Ivan; Drozd, K. Hot forming
recrystallization kinetics in steel. // Metalurgija. 49 (2010),
1; 67-71 (pregledni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 469852]
30. Kozak, Dražan; Ivandić, Željko; Konjatić, Pejo.
Determination of the critical pressure for a hot-water pipe
with a corrosion defect. // Materiali in tehnologije. 44 (2010),
6; 385-390 [CROSBI-ID 496137]
31. Kozak, Dražan; Konjatić, Pejo; Matejiček, Franjo;
Damjanović, Darko. Weld Misalignment Influence on the
Structural Integrity of Cylindrical Pressure Vessel. //
Structural Integrity and Life. 10 (2010) , 2; 153-159 (članak,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 477597]
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32. Marušić, Vlatko; Aračić, Stjepan; Samardžić, Ivan. The
influence of the base material surface preparation on the
properties of thermally sprayed coatings. // Metalurgija. 49
(2010); 53- 56 (prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 425288]
33. Pešić, Radivoje; Petković, Snežana; Hnatko, Emil;
Veinović, Stevan. Antropogeno globalno zagrevanje i
obnovljive energije. // Traktor i pogonske mašine. 15 (2010),
2/3; 101-108 (pregledni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
498119]
34. Samardžić, Ivan; Bajić, Darko; Klarić, Štefanija. Influence
of the activating flux on weld joint properties at arc stud
welding process. // Metalurgija. 49 (2010), 4; 325-329
(prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 478523]
35. Samardžić, Ivan; Kožuh, Zoran; Mateša, Branko. Structural
analysis of three-metal explosion joint: Zirconium Titanium - Steel. // Metalurgija. 49 (2010.), 2; 119-122
(prethodno priopćenje, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 439420]
36. Solenički, Goran; Budić, Ivan; Ciglar, Damir. Determination
of thermal conductivity in foundry mould mixtures. //
Metalurgija. 49 (2010), 1; 3-7 (članak, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 439901]
37. Stoić, Antun; Lacković, Ivica; Kopač, Janez; Samardžić,
Ivan; Kozak, Dražan. An investigation of machining
efficiency of internal roller burnishing. // Journal of
achievements in materials and manufacturing engineering.
40 (2010), 2; 188-194 (članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
476857]
38. Baličević, Pavo; Ivandić, Željko; Kraljević, Drago.
Temperature transitional phenomena in spherical reservoir
wall. // Tehnički vjesnik: znanstveno-stručni časopis
tehničkih fakulteta Sveučilišta u Osijeku. 17 (2010), 1; 31-34
(članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 468788]
39. Stojkov, Marinko; Šljivac, Damir; Jozsa, Lajos. Electric and
Magnetic Field Computation of 35 kV Voltage Level of
Transformer Substation 35/10 kV Using CDEGS Software.
// Acta Electrotechnica et Informatica Journal. 10 (2010), 4;
64-68 (članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 486227]
40. Šercer, Mladen; Raos, Pero; Rujnic-Sokele, Maja. Thermal
Properties of Bio- and Synthetic-Based PUR Foams. //
International Journal of Material Forming. 3 (2010), Suppl.
1; 535-538 (članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 474075]
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41. Živić, Marija; Galović, Antun; Ferdelji, Nenad. Local
entropy generation during steady heat conduction through a
plane wall. // Tehnički vjesnik: znanstveno-stručni časopis
tehničkih fakulteta Sveučilišta u Osijeku. 17 (2010.), 3; 337341 (članak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 487284]
Nonscientific papers in other journals:
42. Kiš, Darko; Stoić, Antun; Žagar, Drago; Sito, Stjepan. The
contents of carcinogenic PAHs on corn seeds and the energy
efficiency of drying by different energy sources. // Tehnički
vjesnik: znanstveno-stručni časopis tehničkih fakulteta
Sveučilišta u Osijeku. 17 (2010), 3; 285-288 (članak, ostalo).
[CROSBI-ID 499665]
43. Raos, Pero; Stojšić, Josip; Somolanji, Marija. Polymeric
metal-filled compounds. // Metalurgija. 49 (2010) 3; 215215 (sažetak, stručni). [CROSBI-ID 472674]
44. Samardžić, Ivan; Sigurnjak, Mato; Novak, Dušan.
Automatsko MAG zavarivanje nosača željezničkog vagona
za transport kontejnera. // Zavarivanje. 53 (2010), 3/4; 83-91
(članak, stručni). [CROSBI-ID 485466]
Conference reports (abstracts) in other journals:
45. Hadžiahmetović, Halima; Klarić, Štefanija; Kladarić,
Slavica; Sunulahpašić, Raza. Revitalization of steam
pipeline wall thickness // Metalurgija / Alfirević, I;
Samardžić, I; Dibatkin, S. (ur.). Zagreb: Hrvatsko
Metalurško Društvo, 2010. 214-214 (poster, međunarodna
recenzija, sažetak,stručni). [CROSBI-ID 477679]
46. Samardžić, Ivan; Bajić, Darko; Stoić, Antun; Klarić,
Štefanija. Influence of the activating flux on weld joint
properties at arc stud welding process // Metalurgija /
Alfirević, I; Samardžić, I; Dibatkin, S. (ur.). Zagreb:
Hrvatsko Metalurško Društvo, 2010. 214-214 (poster,
međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
477683]
47. Samardžić, Ivan; Klarić, Štefanija; Kladarić, Ivica;
Hadžiahmetović, Halima; Marković, Radojka. Analysis of
weld properties at flux-cored arc welding // Advanced
materials and operations / Makedonski, Boris; Makedonski,
Aleksandar; Georgieva, Ina (ur.). Sofia: St. Ivan Rilski,
2010. 20-20 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak).
[CROSBI-ID 496456]
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AMO 2010 (Advanced Materials and
Operations) in Varna, Bulgaria
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48. Stoić, Antun; Duspara, Miroslav. Water jet cutting and its
application for destruction of munition // Advanced
Materials and operations / Makedonski, Boris; Makedonski,
Aleksandar; Georgieva, Ina (ur.). Sofia: St. Ivan Rilski,
2010. 32-32 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak,
stručni). [CROSBI-ID 496454]
Invited lectures on conferences:
Oral-presentation of Josip Cumin
at the conference AMO 2010 (Advanced
Materials and Operations) in Varna, Bulgaria
49. Samardžić, Ivan; Kozak, Dražan; Kladarić, Ivica; Stoić,
Antun; Ivandić, Željko. Experience in Welding Parameters
Data Monitoring // New Ways in Manufacturing
Technologies / Monka, Peter ; Monkova, Katarina (ur.).
Prešov: Technical University of Košice, 2010. 41-52
(pozvano predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni
rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 476371]
Plenary/keynote talks:
50. Kopač, Janez; Pušavec, Franci; Stoic, Antun. Sustainable
Technology Solution by Cryogenic Machining: Influence of
Cryogenic Fluid Phase on Machining Performance //
Proceedings of the 1st International conference of
Sustainable Life in Manufacturing SLIM 2010 / Oguz Colak;
Kopač, Janez (ur.). Isparta: Suleyman Demirel UNiversity
CAD/CAM Research and Application Center & University
of Ljubljana Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
for cutting, 2010. 6-12 (plenarno predavanje, međunarodna
recenzija, objavljeni rad).
51. Kozak, Dražan; Ivandić, Željko; Živić Marija; Damjanović,
Darko. CFD analysis of originally designed car body in order
to improve aerodynamic // Proceedings of the 2nd
International Scientific and Expert Conference TEAM 2010
/ Arpad, Ferencz; Klebniczki Jozsef; Lipoczine, Csabai;
Borsne, Judit; Csaba, Fabian (ur.). Kecskemet: Kecskemeti
Foiskola, 2010. 24-41 (plenarno predavanje, međunarodna
recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 490068]
52. Marušić, Vlatko; Milinović, Andrijana; Marušić, Sanja.
Aktualnost tribološkog pristupa problemu trošenja pužnih
presa za cijeđenje ulja // Proceedings of 1st International
Scientific Conference on Economic and Regional
Development / Oliver Momčilović (ur.). Zrenjanin: TQM
Center, 2010. 460-467 (plenarno predavanje, međunarodna
recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 496370]
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53. Samardžić, Ivan; Stoić, Antun; Kladarić, Ivica; Dunđer,
Marko. Modern materials and technologies in steam boiler
power plant production // Procedings of the 2ND
International scientific and expert conference TEAM 2010 /
Árpád, Ferencz; József, Klebniczki; Sarolta, Csabai; Judit,
Pető; Csaba, Fábián (ur.). KECSKEMÉT: KECSKEMÉT
COLLEGE, 2010. 42-48 (plenarno predavanje,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 490501]
Scientific conference papers with international peerreview:
54. Baškarić, Tomislav; Damjanović, Darko; Matejiček, Franjo;
Kozak, Dražan; Ivandić, Željko. Stress analysis of thickwalled tubes with different degrees of plasticization //
Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific and Expert
Conference TEAM 2010 / Arpad, Ferencz ; Klebniczki
Jozsef; Lipoczine, Csabai; Borsne, Judit; Csaba, Fabian
(ur.). Kecskemet: Kecskemeti Foiskola, 2010. 215-223
(poster, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 490071]
55. Budić, Ivan; Novoselović, Daniel; Bauer, Branko; Mance,
Ines. Određivanje zaostalih naprezanja u rešetkastoj probi //
2nd International conference "VALLIS AUREA" 2010 /
Katalinić, Branko (ur.). Požega - Vienna: Veleučilište u
Požegi & DAAAM International Vienna, 2010. 0203-0209
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 481746]
56. Čičak, Mirjana; Dabić, Marina; Kiessling S. Timothy.
Managerial tools & Internet the sources of competitive
advantage of firms // 14th International Research/Expert
Conference "Trends in the Development of Machinery and
Associated Technology" TMT 2010 / Ekinović, Sabahudin;
Uctug, Yildirim; Vivancos Calvet, Joan (ur.). Zenica, Bosna i
Hercegovina: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Zenica;
Escola Tecnica Superior D'Enginyeria Industrial de
Barcelona, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain;
Bahcesehir University Istanbul, Muhendislik Fakultesi,
Turkey, 2010. 209-212 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija,
objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 487000]
57. Damjanović, Darko; Baškarić, Tomislav; Matejiček, Franjo;
Kozak, Dražan; Ivandić, Željko. Stress analysis of long
beam by theory of elasticity // Proceedings of the 2nd
International Scientific and Expert Conference TEAM 2010
/ Arpad, Ferencz ; Klebniczki Jozsef ; Lipoczine, Csabai;
Borsne, Judit; Csaba, Fabian (ur.). Kecskemet: Kecskemeti
Foiskola, 2010. 236-242 (predavanje, međunarodna
recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 490073]
162
ANNUAL REPORT 2010
58. Damjanović, Darko; Kozak, Dražan; Ivandić, Željko;
Kokanović, Mato. Car design as new conceptual solution
and CFD - analysis in purpose of improving aerodynamics //
Proceedings of the FISITA 2010 World Automotive
Congress. London: FISITA & GTE, 2010. (poster,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 474541]
Darko Damjanović at conference
FISITA 2010 in Budapest
59. Fekete, Krešimir; Nikolovski, Srete; Knežević, Goran;
Stojkov, Marinko; Kovač, Zoran. Simulation of Lightning
Transients on 110 kV Overhead-Cable Transmission Line
Using ATP-EMTP // Proceedings of the 15th IEEE
Mediterranian Electromechanical Conference / Edward Gatt
(ur.). Malta, 2010. 856-861 (poster, međunarodna recenzija,
objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 469978]
60. Galović, Antun; Virag, Zdravko; Živić, Marija; Holik,
Mario. Eksergijska efikasnost procesa potpunog izgaranja
zasićenih ugljikovodika // 8. skup o prirodnom plinu, toplini
i vodi, 1. međunarodni skup o prirodnom plinu, toplini i vodi
/ Tonković, Zlatko ; Klarić, Štefanija ; Kozak, Dražan; Raos,
Pero; Stojšić, Josip (ur.). Osijek, 2010. 03-1-03-10
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 486453]
61. Grizelj, Branko; Cumin, Josip; Šoškić, Nikola; Seuček,
Ivan; Vujčić, Branimir. Utjecaj pravilnog izbora stroja i
zagrijavanje materijala u oblikovanju metala deformiranjem
na gospodarenje energijom i zaštitu okoliša // 8. Skup o
prirodnom plinu, toplini i vodi 1. Međunarodni skup o
prirodnom plinu, toplini i vodi / Tonković, Zlatko (ur.).
Osijek: Strojarski fakultet, 2010. (predavanje, međunarodna
recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 485194]
62. Hadziahmetovic, Halima; Džaferović, Ejub; Čohodar,
Maida; Klarić, Štefanija. System Of Fly Ash And Bottom
Ash Transport From Thermal Power Plant // Proceedings of
International Conference on Innovative Technologies INTECH / Kudlaček, Jan; Barisic, Branimir; Velay, Xavier;
Ohkura, Kauhiro (ur.). Prag: Ing. Jan Kudlaček, 2010. 63-66
(poster, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 482746]
63. Holik, Mario; Kozak, Dražan; Konjatić, Pejo; Ivandić,
Željko; Damjanović, Darko. Stress analysis of eave
framework // Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific
and Expert Conference TEAM 2010 / Arpad, Ferencz;
Klebniczki Jozsef; Lipoczine, Csabai; Borsne, Judit; Csaba,
Fabian (ur.). Kecskemet: Kecskemeti Foiskola, 2010. 255260 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 490075]
163
ANNUAL REPORT 2010
64. Hnatko, Emil; Lacković, Goran. Tromost podnog grijanja //
Zbornik radova; Proceedings / Tonković, Zlatko (ur.).
Osijek: Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 2010. 23-123-9 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 498202]
65. Hnatko, Emil; Stojkov, Marinko; Kljajin, Milan; Hornung,
Krunoslav. Ušteda prirodnog plina za grijanje uporabom
sunčeve energije // Zbornik radova; Proceedings / Tonković
Zlatko (ur.). Osijek: Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu,
2010. 01-1-01-12 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija,
objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 498237]
66. Karakašić, Mirko; Zadnik, Žiga; Kljajin, Milan; Duhovnik,
Jožef. Design solutions with product function matrix and its
requests // Proceedings of International Design Conference DESIGN 2010 / Marjanovic, Dorian (ur.). Zagreb: Fakultet
strojarstva i brodogradnje Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2010. 821826 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 475006]
67. Katinić, Marko; Kozak, Dražan; Ivandić, Željko. Fracture of
steam turbine rotor blades caused by corrosion fatigue - A
case history // Proceedings of the 8th International
Conference of the Carpathian Euro-Region Specialists in
Industrial Systems / Ungureanu, Nicolae (ur.). Baia Mare:
North University of Baia Mare, Faculty of Enginnering,
2010. 125-132 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija,
objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 471364]
68. Kolesarić , Goran ; Đukić, Danijel; Lujić, Roberto.
Rekonstrukcija sustava centralnog grijanja // 8th Natural
Gas, Heat and Water Conference 1st International Natural
Gas, Heat and Water Conference / Tonković, Zlatko; Klarić,
Štefanija; Kozak, Dražan; Raos, Pero; Stojšić, Josip (ur.).
Osijek: Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 2010.
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 497668]
69. Koljenik, Antonio; Kozak, Dražan; Sertić, Josip; Matejiček,
Franjo; Baličević, Pavo; Ivandić, Željko. Solving the
differential equation bending of thin rectangular plates by
finite difference method // Proceedings of the 2nd
International Scientific and Expert Conference TEAM 2010
/ Arpad, Ferencz; Klebniczki Jozsef; Lipoczine, Csabai;
Borsne, Judit; Csaba, Fabian (ur.). Kecskemet: Kecskemeti
Foiskola, 2010. 571-576 (predavanje, međunarodna
recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 490078]
164
The conference honorary committee
(The 8th International Conference of
the Carpathian Euro-Region Specialists
in Industrial Systems, Baia Mare, Romania)
ANNUAL REPORT 2010
70. Krumes, Dragomir; Kladarić, Ivica; Marušić, Vlatko;
Stubičar, Mirko; Milinović, Andrijana; Mihailescu, Ion N.
Influence of thermodiffusion treatments on improvement of
surface layers properties created on low-carbon and lowalloyed steels // Proceedings of 14th International
Research/Expert Conference "Trends in the Development of
Machinery and Associated Technology" TMT 2010 /
Ekinović, Sabahudin; Uctug, Yildirim; Vivancos Calvet,
Joan (ur.). Zenica: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in
Zenica, Fakultetska 1, Zenica, BiH; Escola Technica
Superior D'Enginyeria Industrial de Barcelona, Department
d'Enginyeria Mechanica, Universitat politecnica de
Catalunya, Spain; Bahcesehir university Istambul,
Muhendislik Fakultesi, Turkey, 2010. 113-116 (predavanje,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 497820]
Oral-presentation of dr. sc. Gordana Matičević
at the conference TMT 2010
71. Marušić, Vlatko; Milinović, Andrijana; Galić Mladen.
Mogućnost produljenja vijeka cijevi u kotlovima loženim
komunalnim otpadom // Zbornik radova simpozija
REUNION. Niška Banja, Srbija, 2010. (predavanje,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 499549]
72. Marušić, Vlatko; Milinović, Andrijana; Galić, Josip. Neke
mogućnosti smanjenja gubitaka kod pužnih preša velikog
kapaciteta // Zbornik radova 51. savetovanje Proizvodnja i
prerada uljarica / Savet tehnologa (ur.). Novi Sad: DOO
"Industrijsko bilje" - Novi Sad; Tehnološki fakultet - Novi
Sad; Tehnologija biljnih ulja i proteina; Institut za ratarstvo i
povrtarstvo - Novi Sad, 2010. 111-117 (predavanje,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 496363]
Poster-presentation at the conference
TMT 2010
Prof. Sabahudin Ekinović, President of
Organizing Committee of TMT 2010,
with participants from MEFSB
73. Marušić, Vlatko; Milinović, Andrijana; Glavaš, Danko
(Milivoj). Utjecaj parametara kaljenja na trošenje tribopara
užnica/uže jaružara // Proceedings Book 10th International
Foundrymen Conference Casting production / Unkić, Faruk
(ur.). Sisak: Faculty of Metallurgy, University of Zagreb,
2010. 1-8 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 473831]
74. Matičević, Gordana; Dabić, Marina; Daim U. Tugrul. Using
RFID for Real-Time Production Management in the Digital
Enterprise // 14th International Research/Expert Conference
"Trends in the Development of Machinery and Associated
Technology" TMT 2010, Mediterranean Cruise, 11-18
September 2010 / Ekinović, Sabahudin; Uctug, Yildirim;
Vivancos Calvet, Joan (ur.). Zenica, Bosna i Hercegovina:
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Zenica; Escola
Tecnica Superior D'Enginyeria Industrial de Barcelona,
165
ANNUAL REPORT 2010
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain; Bahcesehir
University Istanbul, Muhendislik Fakultesi, Turkey, 2010.
213-216 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni
rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 482667]
75. Miljković, Zvonko; Sporiš, Goran. Correlation Between the
Indicators of Sitational Efficiency and Functionl Abilities of
Football Players // 2nd International Conference" Vallis
Aurea" Focus on: Regional Development / Katalinić Branko
(ur.). Pozega: Veleučilište u Požegi, Hrvatska i DAAAM
International Vienna, Austrija, 2010. 0929-0935
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 482126]
76. Nikolovski, Srete; Klaić, Zvonimir; Kraus, Zorislav;
Stojkov, Marinko. Computation and measurement of
electromagnetic fields in high voltage transformer
substations // 33rd International Convention on Information
and Communication Technology, Electronics and
Microelectronics, Proceedings Vol. III Computers in
Technical Systems & Intelligent Systems / Bogunović,
Nikola; Ribarić, Slobodan (ur.). Rijeka: Croatian Society for
Information and Communication Technology, Electronics
and Microelectronics - MIPRO, 2010. 75-80 (predavanje,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 472453]
77. Raos, Pero; Stojšić, Josip; Somolanji, Marija. Izbor
optimalnog postupka brze izradbe prototipova //
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference "Vallis
Aurea" / Branko Katalinić (ur.). Požega: Polytechnic of
Pozega & DAAAM International Vienna, 2010. 1229-1235
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 485133]
78. Samardžić, Ivan; Kozak, Dražan; Stoić, Antun; Ivandić,
Željko; Dunđer Marko. Modern cost effective joining
processes of thin wall materials // Proceedings of
Manufacturing 2010, International Conference,
Contemporary Problems of Manufacturing and Production
Management, Poznan, Poland / dr. hab. inž. Roman Staniek
(ur.). Poznan, Poland : Institute of Mechanical Technology,
Poznan, Poland, (2010). 180-190 (predavanje, međunarodna
recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 493489]
79. Stoić, Antun; Duspara, Miroslav; Stojšić, Josip. Technology
approval of locomotive wheel production // Procedings of
the 2nd international Scientific And Expert Conference
TEAM 2010 / Árpád, Ferencz; József, Klebniczki; Sarolta,
Csabai; Judit, Pető; Csaba, Fábián (ur.). KECSKEMÉT:
KECSKEMÉT COLLEGE, 2010. 305-311 (predavanje,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 491220]
166
At the AMME 2010 (18th International
Scientific Conference on Achievements in
Mechanical and Materials Engineering,
13.-16.06.2010, Zakopane, Poland)
Prof. dr. sc. Antun Stoić became a member of
AMME World Academy
ANNUAL REPORT 2010
80. Stoić, Antun; Raos, Pero; Duspara, Miroslav; Kladarić,
Slavica. Smoothing of machined surfaces with roller
burnishing tools // Proceedings of 7th Int. Conference on
Mechanical Engineering GEPESZET 2010 / Stepan, Gabor
(ur.). Budapest: Budapest: Budapest University of
Tehnology and Economics, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering, 2010. 718-724 (poster, međunarodna
recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 472471]
81. Šarić, Tomislav; Šimunović, Katica; Šimunović, Goran;
Brckan, Krešimir; Brkanac, Krešimir. Održavanje
poljoprivredne mehanizacije uz podršku informacijskih
tehnologija // ODRŽAVANJE 2010 / MAINTENANCE
2010 / INSTANDHALTUNG 2010 / Čala, Ivo (ur.). Zagreb:
Hrvatsko društvo održavatelja - HDO, 2010. 79-88
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 473257]
82. Šercer, Mladen; Raos, Pero; Rujnic-Sokele, Maja. Injection
moulding and recycling of wood-thermoplastic composites
// Proceedings of 7th Int. Conference on Mechanical
Engineering GEPESZET 2010 / Stepan, Gabor (ur.).
Budapest: Budapest University of Technoloy and
Economics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, 2010. 908915 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 472469]
Poster-presentation of Prof. dr. sc. Pero Raos at
th
the 7 International Conference on Mechanical
Engineering GEPESZET 2010 in Budapest
84. Šercer, Mladen; Raos, Pero; Rujnić-Sokele, Maja. Thermal
properties of bio- and synthetic based PUR foams //
Proceedings - 13th ESAFORM Conference on Material
Forming / Ceretti, Elisabetta; Giardini, Claudio (ur.). 2010.
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 469702]
85. Šercer, Mladen; Raos, Pero; Rujnić-Sokele, Maja. Thermal
Properties of Common and Bio-Based Polyurethane //
Proceedings of International Conference on Innovative
Technologies IN-TECH / Kudlaček, Jan; Barisic, Branimir;
Velay, Xavier; Ohkura, Kauhiro (ur.). Prag: World
Association for Innovative Technologies and Center for
Surface Treatement, 2010. 263-266 (predavanje,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 482742]
86. Šercer, Mladen; Tonković, Zlatko; Raos, Pero; Stojšić, Josip.
Ispitivanje trajnosti membrana regulatora plina //
Proceedings of 1st International natural gas, heat and water
conference / Tonković, Zlatko; Klarić, Štefanija; Kozak,
Dražan; Raos, Pero; Stojšić, Josip (ur.). Slavonski Brod:
Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 2010. 02-1-02-7
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 485142]
167
ANNUAL REPORT 2010
87. Šimunović, Goran; Čizmar, Atila; Šarić, Tomislav; Lujić,
Roberto. Vrednovanje projekata distribucijskih plinovoda //
Proceedings of 1st International conference of natural gas,
heat and water conference / Tonković, Zlatko; Klarić,
Štefanija; Kozak, Dražan; Raos, Pero; Stojšić, Josip (ur.).
Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu,
2010. (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 490804]
88. Šimunović, Goran; Lujić, Roberto; Šarić, Tomislav; Svalina,
Ilija. Unaprjeđenje tehnološkog modula ERP sustava
primjenom umjetne inteligencije // Proceedings of 1st
International conference MTSM 2010 / Dražen, Živković
(ur.). Split: Hrvatsko društvo za strojarske tehnologije, 2010.
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 490793]
89. Šimunović, Katica; Štefanac, Miran; Šarić, Tomislav;
Šimunović, Goran; Svalina, Ilija. Upravljanje materijalom u
informacijskom sustavu MP2 Enterprise // Zbornik radova,
Conference Proceedings MATRIB 2010 / Schauperl,
Zdravko; Šnajdar, Mateja (ur.). Zagreb: Hrvatsko društvo za
materijale i tribologiju, 2010. 426-435 (poster, međunarodna
recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 474691]
90. Tonković, Zlatko; Raos, Pero; Somolanji, Marija. Analysis
of the reliability of threated joints sealed with anaerobic
polymeric sealants in gas pipeline installations // Procedings
of the 2nd International Scientific And Expert Conference
TEAM 2010 / Árpád, Ferencz; József, Klebniczki; Sarolta,
Csabai; Judit, Pető; Csaba, Fábián (ur.). KECSKEMÉT:
KECSKEMÉT COLLEGE, 2010. 318-324 (pos ter,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 490382]
91. Tonković, Zlatko; Raos, Pero; Somolanji, Marija; Knežević,
Pero. Utjecaj vremena zavarivanja i temperature okoline na
svojstva elektrofuzijskog cijevnog zavara // Proceedings of
1st International natural gas, heat and water conference /
Tonković, Zlatko; Klarić, Štefanija; Kozak, Dražan; Raos,
Pero; Stojšić, Josip (ur.). Slavonski Brod : Strojarski fakultet
u Slavonskom Brodu, 2010. 04-1-04-11 (predavanje,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 485151]
92. Tonković, Zlatko; Raos, Pero; Stojšić, Josip. Mathematical
model for life prediction of damaged PE 80 gas pipes //
Procedings of the 2nd International Scientific And Expert
Conference TEAM 2010 / Árpád, Ferencz; József,
Klebniczki; Sarolta, Csabai; Judit, Pető; Csaba, Fábián (ur.).
KECSKEMÉT: KECSKEMÉT COLLEGE, 2010. 325-332
(poster, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 490375]
Prof. dr. sc. Katica Šimunović in front of
the poster (conference MATRIB 2010,
Vela Luka)
168
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93. Tonković, Zlatko; Somolanji, Marija; Raos, Pero; Stojšić,
Josip. Analiza rezultata modela za dnevno predviđanje
potrošnje prirodnog plina // Proceedings of 2nd International
Conference "Vallis Aurea" / Branko Katalinić (ur.). Požega:
Polytechnic of Pozega & DAAAM International Vienna,
2010. 1451-1459 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija,
objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 485138]
Prof. dr. sc Goran Šimunović
at the conference MTSM 2010
94. Vitez, Ivan; Krumes, Dragomir; Milinović, Andrijana. Čelici
za poboljšavanje prema Europskim standardima // VIII
Naučno/stručni simpozij sa međunarodnim učešćem
"Metalni i nemetalni materijali" proizvodnja-osobineprimjena, Knjiga abstrakata sa elektronskim izdanjem
Zbornika radova / Muhamedagić, Sulejman (ur.). Zenica,
Bosna i Hercegovina: Univerzitet u Zenici, Organizaciona
jedinica Fakulteta za metalurgiju i materijale, 2010. 166-171
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 469859]
95. Zmaić, Željko; Živić, Marija; Grgić Ivan. Numerical
simulation of a flow and heat transfer in a waste incinerator //
Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific Conference
TEAM 2010 / Arpad, Ferencz; Klebniczki Jozsef;
Lipoczine, Csabai; Borsne, Judit; Csaba, Fabian (ur.).
Kecskemet: Kecskemet College, 2010. 607-612
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 490055]
Participants (students and teachers of
the MEFSB) at the conference MTSM 2010
96. Živi ć, Marija; Velji ć, Nataša; Jankovi ć, Zvonimir.
Hydrodynamic analysis of a flow in water supply city
network // Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific
and Expert Conference TEAM 2010 / Arpad, Ferencz;
Klebniczki Jozsef; Lipoczine, Csabai; Borsne, Judit; Csaba,
Fabian (ur.). Kecskemet: Kecskemet College, 2010. 601-606
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 490056]
Other articles in conference proceedings with review:
97. Alinjak, Tomislav; Stojkov, Marinko; Jakšić, Dalibor.
Program za proračun optimalne snage solarne elektrane
priključene na distribucijsku mrežu s aspekta HEP-ODS-a //
CIGRE, 9. simpozij o sustavu vođenja EES-a. 2010.
(predavanje, domaća recenzija, objavljeni rad, stručni).
[CROSBI-ID 498089]
98. Aračić, Stjepan; Prutki, Đurđica; Blažević, Marija; Matić,
Dalibor. Analiza korozijske postojanosti jednoslojnog
zaštitnog premaza // 19. savjetovanje o zaštiti materijala i
industrijskom finišu (KOROMAT 2010): zbornik raadova /
Vesna Alar, Vesna; Rajhenbah, Darko; Stojanović, Ivan (ur.).
169
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Zagreb: Hrvatsko društvo za zaštitu materijala, 2010. 123132 (predavanje, domaća recenzija, objavljeni rad, stručni).
[CROSBI-ID 469319]
99. Hadžiahmetović, Halima; Džaferović, Ejub; Klarić,
Štefanija. Tehnički opis sustava za čišćenje cjevovoda u
termoelektrani // Zbornik radova 8. Skup o prirodnom plinu,
toplini i vodi / Tonković, Zlatko (ur.). Slavonski Brod:
Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 2010. 06-1-06-6
(poster, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, stručni).
[CROSBI-ID 486985]
100. Jurakić, Bojan; Galeta, Tomislav; Užarević, Željko; Rondić,
Miro. Izazovi izvedbenog projekta postrojenja za separaciju
sirove nafte i plina // Zbornik radova / Z. Tonković, Š. Klarić,
D. Kozak, P. Raso, J. Stojšić (ur.). Osijek: Strojarski fakultet
u Slavonskom Brodu, 2010. 17-1-17-6 (predavanje,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, stručni). [CROSBIID 484786]
101. Kiš, Darko; Lacković, Ivica; Stoić, Antun. Selection of the
firebox for burning straw from agriculture // Proceedings of
the 1st International conference Sustainable Life in
Manufacturing SLIM 2010 / Oguz Colak; Kopač, Janez
(ur.). Isparta: Suleyman Demirel UNiversity CAD/CAM
Research and Application Center & University of Ljubljana
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Laboratory for cutting,
2010. 128-131 (međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
stručni). [CROSBI-ID 477603]
102. Kondić, Živko; Kondić, Veljko; Maglić, Leon. Integriranje
metodologija lean i six sigma u metodologiju lean six sigma
// 11. međunarodni Simpozij o kvaliteti Kvaliteta,
konkuretnost i održivost / Drljača, Miroslav (ur.). Zagreb:
OSKAR, 2010. 41-52 (predavanje, domaća recenzija,
objavljeni rad, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 498198]
103. Kostelac Milan; Tepić Jovan; Kozak Dražan. Justification
for Use of Tightening Elements in Joints Between the
Wheel-Head and the Axle // Management of Technology
Step to Sustainable Production / Ćosić, Predrag (ur.). Zagreb,
2010. No.: 272 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni
rad, stručni). [CROSBI-ID 477656]
104. Marušić, Vlatko; Todorić, Petar; Rosandić, Željko.
Istraživanje mogućnosti smanjenja indirektnih triboloških
gubitaka na pužnim prešama velikog kapaciteta //
Conference proceedings MATRIB 2010 / Schauperl,
Zdravko; Šnajdar, Mateja (ur.). Zagreb: HDMT Hrvatsko
društvo za materijale i tribologiju, 2010. 306-313 (poster,
domaća recenzija, objavljeni rad, stručni). [CROSBI-ID
476573]
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105. Miljković, Zvonko; Sporiš, Goran. Sport Associations and
Clubs as Incentive for Development and Enrichment of
Student Life on the Universal Level of Education // 2nd
Internation Conference "Vallis Aurea" Focus on: Regional
Development / Katalinić Branko (ur.). Pozega: Veleučilište u
Požegi, Hrvatska i DAAAM International Vienna, Austrija,
2010. 0937-0941 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija,
objavljeni rad, stručni). [CROSBI-ID 482125]
106. Raos, Pero; Stojšić, Josip; Somolanji, Marija. Smjese s
metalnim punilom // 9. međunarodni simpozij Hrvatskog
metalurškog društva "Materijali i metalurgija". (poster,
međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad, stručni). [CROSBIID 477054]
107. Rosandić, Željko; Kladarić, Slavica; Marković, Radojka;
Kladarić, Ivica; Samardžija, Darko. Utjecaj sastava
konstrukcijskih čelika na prijelaznu temperaturu udarne
žilavosti // 2nd International scientific and expert conference
TEAM 2010 / Danyi, Jozsef (ur.). Kecskemet: Kecskemeti
Foiskola, 2010. 292-296 (poster, međunarodna recenzija,
objavljeni rad). [CROSBI-ID 490663]
108. Samardžić, Ivan; Kolumbić, Zvonimir; Stoić, Antun;
Šoštarić, Damir; Bičvić, Davor. Parameters of fusion PE-HD
pipes welding //8th Natural Gas, 1st International Natural
Gas ; Heat and Water Conference, Osijek, Hrvatska, 29.0901.10.2010. (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni
rad, stručni). [CROSBI-ID 482158]
109. Stoić, Antun; Samardžić, Ivan; Kozak, Dražan; Hloch,
Sergej; Duspara, Miroslav. Modern high efficiency cutting
processes // Proceedings of 7th International Conference on
Mechanical Engineering (GEPESZET 2010) / Stepan,
Gabor (ur.). Budapest: Budapest University of Tehnology
and Economics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, 2010.
732-737 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad,
stručni). [CROSBI-ID 473489]
110. Katica Šimunović; Tomislav Draganjac; Roberto Lujić.
Izbor dobavljača primjenom metode višekriterijskog
odlučivanja // Conference Proceedings / Živković, Dražen
(ur.). Split: Hrvatsko društvo za strojarske tehnologije, 2010.
20-30 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, objavljeni rad).
[CROSBI-ID 490623]
111. Ugarković, Krešimir; Sokač, Davor; Sokodić, Željko;
Boljevčan, Mirko; Klarić, Viktor; Stojkov, Marinko;
Borovac, Marijana, Đaković, Sandra. Sanacija naponskih
prilika u distribucijskoj mreži // Zbornik radova 2.
savjetovanja, Hrvatski ogranak međunarodne elektrodistribucijske konferencije (CIRED) / mr. sc. Zdenko
Tonković (ur.). Zagreb, 2010. 1-10 (predavanje, domaća
recenzija, objavljeni rad, stručni). [CROSBI-ID 498508]
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Abstracts in conference proceedings:
112. Aračić, Stjepan; Krumes, Dragomir; Vitez, Ivan.
Tribocorrosion of low carbon steel C15E IN 5%NaCl and
5%NaCl + SiO2 // Sažeci predavanja s 9. međunarodnog
simpozija Hrvatskog metalurškog društva SHMD '2010.
"Materijali i metalurgija", tiskano u Metalurgija 49 (2010) 3 /
Mamuzić, Ilija (ur.). Zagreb: Hrvatsko metalurško društvo,
2010. 200-200 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 493674]
113. Brazaluk, Iu. V.; Kochubey, O. O.; Vitez, Ivan; Polyakov, M.
V.; Yevdokymov, D. V. Dissolution of discrete phase
particles in liquid metal // Sažeci predavanja s 9.
međunarodnog simpozija Hrvatskog metalurškog društva
SHMD '2010. "Materijali i metalurgija", tiskano u
Metalurgija 49 (2010) 3 / Mamuzić, Ilija (ur.). Zagreb:
Hrvatsko metalurško društvo, 2010. 221-221 (poster,
međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
495025]
114. Budić, Ivan; Alar, Vesna; Esih, Ivan. Influence of chemical
removal of oxide films, formed by exposure of high-alloy
steel to air at high temperatures, on their pitting liability //
"Eurocorr 2010" From the Earth´s Depths to Space Heights.
Moskva, 2010. 525a (poster, međunarodna recenzija,
sažetak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 482315]
115. Gigović-Gekić, A.; Oruč, M.; Vitez, Ivan. The effect of
solution annealing on properties of steel Nitronic 60 // Sažeci
predavanja s 9. međunarodnog simpozija Hrvatskog
metalurškog društva SHMD '2010. "Materijali i
metalurgija", tiskano u Metalurgija 49(2010)3 / Mamuzić,
Ilija (ur.). Zagreb: Hrvatsko metalurško društvo, 2010. 196196 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 493649]
116. Klarić, Štefanija; Rosandić, Željko; Milinović, Andrijana.
Examination of welding parameters influence on Stud Arc
Welding process // Conference on Engineering research
anniversary volume honoring Amalia and Miklos Ivany,
Abstracts of the sixth international PhD & DLA symposium /
Bachmann Balint, H. (ur.). Pecs: University of Pecs, Pollack
Mihaly Faculty of Engineering, 2010. C:45-C:46
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 490606]
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117. Kochubey, O. O.; Vitez, Ivan; Polyakov, M. V.; Serbichenko,
D. M.; Yevdokymov, D. V. Austenite-martensite phase
transition in cylindrical bodies // Sažeci predavanja s 9.
međunarodnog simpozija Hrvatskog metalurškog društva
SHMD '2010. "Materijali i metalurgija", tiskano u
Metalurgija 49 (2010) 3 / Mamuzić, Ilija (ur.). Zagreb:
Hrvatsko metalurško društvo, 2010. 199-200 (poster,
međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
493661]
118. Kochubey, O. O.; Vitez, Ivan, Yevdokymov, D.V. Numerical
modeling of industrial soil pollution // Sažeci predavanja s 9.
međunarodnog simpozija Hrvatskog metalurškog društva
SHMD '2010. "Materijali i metalurgija", tiskano u
Metalurgija 49 (2010) 3 / Mamuzić, Ilija (ur.). Zagreb:
Hrvatsko metalurško društvo, 2010. 234-234 (poster,
međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID
495037]
119. Marušić, V.; Vitez, Ivan; Stanić, D. The influence of
composition of al alloy on properties of die casted engine
components // Sažeci predavanja s 9. međunarodnog
simpozija Hrvatskog metalurškog društva SHMD '2010.
"Materijali i metalurgija", tiskano u Metalurgija 49 (2010) 3 /
Mamuzić, Ilija (ur.). Zagreb: Hrvatsko metalurško društvo,
2010. 202-202 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 493675]
120. Pešić, Radivoje; Hnatko, Emil; Golec, Kazimierz; Đokić,
Dragan; Veinović, Stevan. Transport ecology and
anthropogenic global warming // Proceedings of Papers /
Prof. dr. sc. Radonjić, D; Prof. dr. sc. Pešić, R. (ur.).
Kragujevac: Mašinski fakultet u Kragujevcu, 2010. 501-510
(predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni).
[CROSBI-ID 498128]
121. Raos, Pero; Galeta, Tomislav. 3D Surface Models and
Volume Rendering to Support Modern Head and Neck
Pathology Diagnostic // Proceedings of 1st Croatian
Rhinologis Congress. Zagreb: Croatian Society for
Otorhinolaryngology and head and Neck Surgery, 2010. 7070 (pozvano predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak,
znanstveni). [CROSBI-ID 445686]
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Dissertations:
122. Karakašić, Mirko. Model povezivanja funkcija proizvoda,
parametara i njihovih intervala vrijednosti kod razvoja
proizvoda, primjenom matrice funkcije i funkcionalnosti /
doktorska disertacija. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet u
Slavonskom Brodu, 12.03.2010., 187 str. Voditelj: Kljajin,
Milan. [CROSBI-ID 457693]
123. Konjatić, Pejo. Analiza utjecaja geometrije zavara i
mehaničkih svojstava materijala u zavaru na lomno
ponašanje repariranog zavarenog spoja / doktorska
disertacija. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet, 07.05.2010,
118 str. Voditelj: Matejiček, Franjo. [CROSBI-ID 486321]
124. Milinović, Andrijana. Istraživanje kinetike nastanka
boridnih slojeva na nelegiranim čelicima / doktorska
disertacija. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet, 14.07.2010.,
108 str. Voditelj: Krumes, Dragomir. [CROSBI-ID 497437]
125. Novoselović, Daniel. Utjecaj tehnoloških parametara na
zaostala naprezanja pri tlačnom lijevanju odljevaka /
doktorska disertacija. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet u
Slavonskom Brodu, 16.07.2010., 109 str. Voditelj: Budić,
Ivan. [CROSBI-ID 481743]
Graduation theses:
126. Borjanić, Bojan. Utjecaj pripreme površine na postupak
topilinskog naštrcavanja materijala / diplomski rad.
Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet, 09.07.2010 2010, 69 str.
Voditelj:Aračić Stjepan. [CROSBI-ID 484764]
127. Brkanac, Matija. Analiza korektivnog i preventivnog
održavanja poljoprivredne mehanizacije / diplomski rad.
Osijek: Strojarski fakultet, 18.01. 2010, 57 str. Voditelj:
Šarić, Tomislav. [CROSBI-ID 441305]
128. Bubenik, Karlo. Primjena virtualnog servera za upravljanje
dokumentima / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 27. 9. 2010., 74 str. Voditelj:
Galeta, Tomislav [CROSBI-ID 485026]
129. Drinić, Dalibor. Projektiranje tehnologije izrade zupčanika
prema crtežu DD1 / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod:
Strojarski fakultet, 14.01. 2010, 62 str. Voditelj: Grizelj,
Branko. [CROSBI-ID 440303]
130. Đaković, Domagoj. Priprema kataloga alata u CAM sustavu
/ diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet u
Slavonskom Brodu, 21.05. 2010., 46 str. Voditelj:
Šimunović, Goran. [CROSBI-ID 490778]
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131. Filipović, Ivana. Projektiranje tehnologije izradbe nosača
prema crtežu IF1 / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 25.03. 2010., 46 str. Voditelj:
Grizelj, Branko. [CROSBI-ID 449776]
132. Grgi ć, Ivan. Numeri č ki model prijenosa topline
kondukcijom i konvekcijom u ložištu spalionice smeća /
diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet, 06.05.
2010., 65 str. Voditelj: Živić, Marija. [CROSBI-ID 470367]
133. Ibrić, Almir. Priprema i praćenje tehnološkog procesa izrade
kočionog diska / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 12.07. 2010., 62 str. Voditelj:
Šimunović, Goran. [CROSBI-ID 490771]
134. Jančić, Ivan. Priprema i praćenje proizvodnje građevinskog
materijala / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 15.01. 2010., 80 str. Voditelj:
Šimunović, Goran. [CROSBI-ID 440844]
135. Jerković, Ružica. Hidrodinamički proračun složene cijevne
mreže / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet,
14.1. 2010., 77 str. Voditelj: Živić, Marija. [CROSBI-ID
442797]
136. Jurakić, Bojan. Postupak oblikovanja cjevovoda naftnog
postrojenja / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 27. 9. 2010., 76 str. Voditelj:
Galeta, Tomislav [CROSBI-ID 485022]
137. Klaić, Igor. Rješenje problema transporta i manipulacije
nabe u proizvodnom pogonu / diplomski rad. Slavonski
Brod: Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 08.06. 2010.,
94 str. Voditelj: Kozak, Dražan. [CROSBI-ID 494651]
138. Ljevar, Marinko. Toplo oblikovanje plastomera / diplomski
rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom
Brodu, 12.01. 2010., 78 str. Voditelj: Raos, Pero. [CROSBIID 440300]
139. Matić, Dalibor. Ekološki prihvatljivo održavanje organskih
premaza na cestovnim objektima / diplomski rad. Slavonski
Brod: Strojarski fakultet, 5.03.2010 2010, 78 str. Voditelj:
Aračić Stjepan. [CROSBI-ID 469386]
140. Medaković, Mario. Ocijena vjerojatnosti korozijskih
oštećenja u kotlovima / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod:
Strojarski fakultet, 29.09.2010. 2010, 63 str. Voditelj: Aračić
Stjepan. [CROSBI-ID 485011]
175
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141. Mihaljević, Damir. Projekt i konstrukcija kosilice za
voćnjake / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet
u Slavonskom Brodu, 04.02. 2010., 71 str. Voditelj: Kljajin,
Milan. [CROSBI-ID 458611]
142. Ožvat, Mirko. Tehnološka priprema u metaloprerađivačkom
poduzeću / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 14.01. 2010., 67 str. Voditelj:
Šimunović, Goran. [CROSBI-ID 440847]
143. Pandža, Robert. Projektiranje tehnologije izradbe poklopca
za lampion / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: VUSB Tehnički
odjel - stručni studij proizvodnog strojarstva, 18.03. 2010, 52
str. Voditelj: Grizelj, Branko. [CROSBI-ID 449704]
144. Perić, Saša. Planiranje i izrada membranskih zidova kotla /
diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet, 15.01.
2010, 72 str. Voditelj: Lujić, Roberto. [CROSBI-ID 497765]
145. Pezer, Danijela. Projektiranje tehnologije izrade držača
prema crtežu PD1 / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod:
Strojarski fakultet, 14.1.2010, 80 str. Voditelj: Grizelj,
Branko. [CROSBI-ID 440297]
146. Ravančić, Damir. Informatička podrška u planiranju i
praćenju remonta ventila u sekundarnom dijelu nuklearne
elektrane / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet, 15.01. 2010, 57 str. Voditelj: Lujić, Roberto.
[CROSBI-ID 497764]
147. Ravlić, Anto. Analiza ekološke eksploatacije energetskog
postrojenja / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet, 29.09.2010. 2010, 97 str. Voditelj: Aračić, Stjepan.
[CROSBI-ID 484999]
148. Šarek, Boris. Projektiranje tehnologije izrade posude prema
crtežu BŠ1 / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet, 14.1. 2010, 75 str. Voditelj: Grizelj, Branko.
[CROSBI-ID 440290]
149. Šimić, Ivica. Informacijski sustavi proizvodnih poduzeća /
diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet u
Slavonskom Brodu, 08.07. 2010., 78 str. Voditelj:
Šimunović, Goran. [CROSBI-ID 490777]
150. Šimunić, Slaven. Konstrukcijsko oblikovanje i proračun
čvrstoće dijelova auto-dizalice Stenhøj Marshal 3000 /
diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski fakultet u
Slavonskom Brodu, 11.01. 2010., 61 str. Voditelj: Kozak,
Dražan. [CROSBI-ID 460685]
176
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151. Štefanac, Miran. Priprema materijala i tehnološka priprema
za izradu vratila / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 05.03. 2010., 84 str. Voditelj:
Šimunović, Katica. [CROSBI-ID 446858]
151. Tudić, Ivan. Tehnike rješavanja problema linearnog
programiranja / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 08.07. 2010., 78 str. Voditelj:
Šimunović, Katica. [CROSBI-ID 476317]
151. Ugarković, Josip. Odlučivanje o izboru polaznog materijala
primjenom kvantitativnih metoda / diplomski rad. Slavonski
Brod: Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu, 08.07. 2010.,
81 str. Voditelj: Šimunović, Katica. [CROSBI-ID 476318]
151. Zeba, Zoran. Projektiranje tehnologije izrade vilice prema
crtežu ZZ1 / diplomski rad. Slavonski Brod: Strojarski
fakultet, 14.01. 2010, 63 str. Voditelj: Grizelj, Branko.
[CROSBI-ID 440286]
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The Last Archived
The first visit of delegation from the MEFSB to the Faculty of Materials
Science and Technologies (TU Bratislava).
Hosted by vice-dean Mr Peterka (27.11.2010)
The MEFSB stand on the Fair of the University Constituents
in Osijek (10.12.2010)
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Kozak, Vlatko Marušić, Gordana Matičević, Andrijana
Milinović, Danijel Novoselović, Pero Raos, Željka Rosandić,
Željko Rosandić, Ivan Samardžić, Marija Somolanji, Antun Stoić,
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