Autumn 2020 session - examination procedure
A mix between Exam.net
platform under the video surveillance of teachers through the Zoom.us platform
Work flow procedure:
1. Students who will take the exam (either from the current year or from previous years) will pre-register by email at: email@example.com
with name, surname, no. registration number, year and group and an email address on which the communication with the teachers will be made. The email will only be sent by the group leader after he has collected the above information from colleagues. Deadline - not later than 1 day before the date of the exam.
2.We will organize an online session for the entire year study: from 9.20 a Zoom.us connection, distribution by classes, ID check, e.s.o; exam start on the Exam.net
platform at 9.30; 60 minutes duration
3. You will be asked to answer 7 topics.
4. The finale note will be the sum of practical activities (max. 3 points) an the answers from the written part (max. 7 points, max. 1 point per question)
- Technical Sciences
- Course Leader:
- lect.dr.ing. Alexandru Iatan
- Teaching Staff:
Prof. dr. ing. George Stoican, lector. dr. ing. Alexandru IATAN, sef lucr. dr. ing. Valentin CUBLEȘAN, sef lucr. dr. ing. Elena IATAN, sef lucr.dr. ing. Angel DOGEANU, sef lucr. ing. Silviu GHEORGHE, dr. ing. Ana Maria Smaranda FLORESCU, dr. ing. Ioana OLTEANU, dr. ing. Ana Maria Biro, ing. Marian AVASILOAIEI
- Learning outcomes:
The main objectives regarding the building equipments field is to offer the basic information on how to realize the human comfort parameters and how to manage the dimension problems of the certain systems. A short history of the building equipments systems is also very useful to the final target.
Comfort. Definition. Comfort areas: thermal, sanitary, visual, audio and environmental.
Heating systems. Heating sources- local source (wall-mounted heaters), individual residential heaters, heating co-generation. Heating pathways and distribution pipelines. Equipments- for sources (heaters, heat exchangers, boilers), for the local pipe distribution (radiators: steel, aluminium, fancoils, basement convectors), air distribution (air channels and terminal elements-grids).
Air conditioning systems. Equipments- fans, heat/chill bateries, filters, treatment chamber, noise pulse, heating recovery elements. Elements of the air composition and pure filters.
Air channels. Inlet/outlet elements; air flow controllers of the certain restricted areas.
Chiller sources: chillers- structure, mounting restrictions. Flow pipes for the cold water respecting distribution restrictions.
Sanitary equipments: water sources, distribution pipes, consumers. Interior distribution for cold/ hot water. Sanitary equipments and utility services for bathroom and kitchen restrictions. In-house and rain-drop sewage. Prevention and fire-fight problems and structures using sprinklers and drenched equipments.
Electrical equipments. Sources. Pathways. Endusers. Lighting systems, interior and outside design lighting, CATV equipments, acces&control equipments, lighting devices. High voltage distribution lines.
- Teaching Method:
Lectures with image support; visits at laboratories and relevant objectives; student-teacher dialogues. Guided practical exercises.
50% on course evaluation (20% offered for attending the lectures)
50% on final exam
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