Building Electroengineering

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125XSEL Z 1 1P+1C Czech
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Department of Indoor Enviromental and Building Services Engineering

A vivid way will be explained and described the basics of applied engineering in buildings. Electrical installation of classical and special design (fire safety, intrusion detection and fire installation, data wiring, etc.). Emphasis will be placed on understanding the difference between classic installation and system solutions installation now and in future in buildings. On the project example of systemic divorce in buildings will be evaluated and recapitulated above(including examples from practice). Summary problems will focus on energy saving, renewable sources, reliability, safety criteria on construction sites, safety criteria of electrical equipment, an intelligent building environment, their technology, philosophy and architecture. Defining limits the influence of electromagnetic and electric fields on human health will be an incentive to the students' interest in solving this new reality in the context of electrical wiring.


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Syllabus of lectures:

1.Basic information about the applied and theoretical electrical engineering; Basic physical and electrical engineering quantities of construction application issues, examples and effects on safety of building equipment and technical ability of building equipment, including all phases of implementation and application; Classifications of electrical engineering by function of the building.

2.Technical arrangement and work safety, normative basis, causes and risk of electrical shock; Principles of safe operating and working on electrical equipment; Protection against dangerous contact, short circuits, overvoltage, overload and lightning.

3.Effect of electrical engineering on building construction and conversely, its inclusion in the preparation and construction realization (prefabricated buildings, polyfunctional buildings, architectural construction, intelligent building); Production and distribution of electric power, power stations, alternators, principles of electrical machines. Examples.

4.Electric stations, transformer stations. Power factor correction, grounding, bonding (with an emphasis on safety and energy savings). Brands, the methodology and principles of electrical design. Implementation of internal electrical wiring (methodology design). Project documentation.

5.Electromagnetic environment:

Effects of electrical principles in buildings. Stray currents. Electromagnetic compatibility, its applications in buildings. Protection against lightning - a new concept.

6.Fundamentals of intelligent electrical, its consequences in a building automation system; Structure of building automation and building system technology, standardized bus and building automation network.

7.European installation bus EIB / KNX; Basic principles of other systems such as LONWORX, BACnet etc. Devices on the bus; Topology; Transmission media; .The course of communication; Use of software ETS for design and programming system installation KNX, diagnostics. Exercise: Examples and practical applications in the form of projects and demonstrations in the laboratory, or field trip on completed projects.

Syllabus of tutorials:

Examples from practice. Controlling and management of lighting, blinds, heating, air conditioning, appliances, presence simulation, etc.; Laboratory IB. Safety construction technology, CCTV systems, electronic fire alarm, electronic security systems, alarm, elevators, etc.Student presentations, discussion, instruction of representatives research and business companies engaged in the intelligent system wiring in buildings. Student presentations; Completed projects examples; End of lectures and assignment.

Study Objective:

Students will acquire basic knowledge in applied electrical construction industry. They will be able to address machine safety issues and people from the influence of electricity. Get the basic information for the design of classical and intelligent electrical, including their dimensioning and application of security technologies.

Study materials:

[1] Garlik,B.: Texts of lectures. (Including sub-references to literature)

Further information:
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