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× Lab exercises in English
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Aluminium is, after iron, the second most useful metal technically speaking. The properties of aluminium and its alloys like: small specific density, high strength, an advantageous relationship between strength and specific density, electrical and thermical conductivity, excellent formability, corrosion resistance and simple and cheap recycling – enable its application in all technically important sectors like: transport, building, construction, machinery, electrical, packaging and consumer durable objects. Because of the increasing use and the constant improvements to the properties and manufacturing processes, there appears, like with iron, the need for deeper treatment of the topics in the research of aluminium as an independent subject. In the framework of this course, students will obtain knowledge about properties of aluminium materials in detail and about the processes from production to finalisation and application. Post-graduate bachelors of this field will have the possibility to gain employment in firms producing and working aluminium, in foundries in the metal-working industry and in scientific institutions.
In-depth upgrading of photography in the direction of artistic expression; artistic analysis of artistic photography; modern photographic techniques; larger photographic formats; studio photography; still-life photography; creativity and aesthetics of photography.
The subject includes physical-chemical treatment of solid surface functionality; classification of surface modification processes of fibre-forming polymers, physical methods; chemical methods; importance of modification for individual types of fibres; review of analytical methods for determining the properties of modified fibre surfaces.
Analogue and digital image, digital image characteristics, graphic formats; programs for image processing and analysis; point operations, image histogram, arithmetic and logic operations; local operations, linear and nonlinear filtering; frequency domain filtering; morphological operations; colour image processing, colour models and colour spaces.
This course will provide students with the knowledge about structure and properties of single, twisted and effective yarns, woven and knitted fabrics, knitwear and non-wovens; processes in the production of single, twisted and effective yarns, woven and knitted fabrics, knitwear and non-woven textiles; planning woven and knitted fabrics, planning knitwear.
This course will provide students with the knowledge about biology (reproduction, nutrition); ecology (organisation and way of life); biomineralisation and fossilisation; morphology and taxonomy of individual groups; evolution of the main groups in time and space; microfossils as indicators of palaeo-ecological changes; microfacies; use of biostatistics in micropalaeontology; importance and use of microfossils in the stratigraphy, sedimentology, palaeoecology and petroleum geology.
The basis of the course is to teach students basics of thermodynamics in liquid and solid solutions, chemistry and phase equilibrium in materials and thermodynamics and kinetics of processes in solutions in order to enable better understanding of the processes in the materials. Students will learn about the thermodynamic basics of phase diagrams, kinetics and diffusion and also chemistry. The lectures are complemented with seminar work, simulations and project work of planning, manufacturing and thermodynamic characterisation of the materials.
Introcuction to geoenvironment; Relationship between humankind and nature; Review of the European and Slovenian environmental legislation and legislation in the field of protection against natural disasters; Hydrometeorological hazard (drought, floods, hail, tornadoes ...); Geophysical hazard (earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides and rock falls, subsidence, karst sinkholes, weathering, hydrogeochemical impact on underground structures and foundations, coastal erosion); Geohazard maps; Management of geohazard and risk (possibility or danger before the event, event and remediation procedures that occur during or after the event); Monitoring (techniques and design)
types of subsurface data in
Geology ; introduction to the Gocad/SKUA software ; discrete modeling of
geological objects; basic geometrical objects: points, curves, surfaces; volumetric
geometrical objects: voxet, sgrid; Discrete Smooth Interpolation (DSI); geological
modeling on objects: control constraints and effects of faulting ; integral 3D
digital geological model; quality control (QC); basics of spatial geostatistics;
modeling of continuous and categorical variables; deterministic and stochastic
modeling of spatial variability; special topics: inversion and geological
control of geophysical data, modeling of subsurface fluid flow, structural
This course will provide students with the knowledge about glass (history - archaeological glass, production technology); the classification of raw materials, product classification; water glass; glaze, enamel; fire resistant material (sharing, use, production); acidic, alkaline, special; mineralogical, chemical and physical properties; fire resistant insulation material (raw materials, production technology, product quality); designed materials, fibrous materials; ceramic materials (raw material quality, manufacturing technology, classification and product quality); mineralogical, chemical and physical properties; construction ceramics, household ceramics, porcelain; grinding materials (use value, production); natural and artificial; cement clinker and cement (raw materials, production, product quality); mineralogical, chemical and physical properties; concrete, hydration, calcium silicate hydrates; hydraulic and air binder; pigments; archaeological plasters; secondary raw materials - anthropogenic, amorphous and mineral materials (division, composition, use value); fly ash, slag, silica fume.