CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE FACULTY OF CIVIL
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CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING Department of Microenvironmental and Building Services Engineering Prague, Czech Republic http: // www. cvut. cz
CTU history – 299 years 18. January 1707 Rescript of emperor Josef I.
Czech Technical University in Prague n n n n Faculty of Civil Engineering Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Electrical Engineering Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering Faculty of Architecture Faculty of Transportation Sciences Faculty of Biomedical Engineering 5 979 4 899 6 020 1 196 1 292 1 542 150 Total 7 Faculties and about 21 000 students
Department of Microenvironmental and Building Services Engineering Staff n 2 professors n 2 assoc. professors n 8 assistant professors n 0, 5 secretary Students n 318 III. year n 226 IV. year n 25 specialization Building Services Systems V. year n 28 international students n 14 Ph. D students The department provides courses in building services systems for Building Engineering, Business and Management in Civil Engineering and Water Structures focused on theory of indoor environment, sanitary systems, heating and air-conditioning, artificial lighting, simulation of buildings, and electrical installations. Scientific research, publishing, consulting and expert activities are concentrated on solving special problems in practical applications and on IT applications in individual disciplines.
Study programs at Faculty of Civil engineering CTU in Prague n Ph. D. 3 years Master courses in English n Doctoral course Ing. 1, 5 year n BUILDINGS AND ENVIRONMENT Civil engineering Master course Bc. 4 years Bachelor course n Bachelor courses in English n Civil engineering
Buildings and Environment Comfort Energy Sustainable savings construction IAQ Minimal impact to outdoor environment Intelligent structures Ecology sanitary systems Intelligent low-energy HVAC systems Alternative energy sources Environment friendly building materials Protection of the building against negative effect of environment ( radon…)
Study program Buildings & Environment Compulsory subjects Mathematics Thermo mechanics Building systems Lighting and acoustics Thermal engineering Sustainable building Building energy systems Energy performance modeling Indoor environment theory Environmental impact assessment Energy audit Specialisation Applied ecology BUILDING SERVICES Design project Building environmental systems Diploma thesis Alternative sources Intelligent buildings Engineering networks Modeling of thermal and hydraulic effects Specialisation BUILDING STRUCTURES Material engineering Acoustic Daylighting Thermal technic
Education tools – theory… n Mathematic modelling CFD n Heat transfer n Energy performance n Life cycle assesment n
… practical Design projects n Laboratory measurements n Excursions n Summer schools n
Who can study? „Condition for acceptance to study in master course is successful completion minimally bachelor degree studies in the Building construction, Environmental engineering, Building Services Engineering and related study branches. Entrance examination is in the form of oral interview, in reasonable cases written interview. “ BACHELORS AND MASTERS IN TECHNICAL STUDY BRANCHES RELATED TO BUILDINGS
Professional career after university? n Design company n n n Building practise n n n Integrated building design Building services design (HVAC, sanitary technology) Consulting engineer in the field thermal performace, acoustic, lighting, building energy, energy auditing Building services design team leader Building company manager HVAC commissioning Administrative n n n Government, local authorities Doctoral studies And other…. Authorisation Environmental engineering Building design Energy auditing
Research Project SMARTHOMES The Smarthomes project is aimed on monitoring and remote control of building services. The measured data are processing and sending via Internet wires from a local gateway into central database somewhere in the world. There are stored measured values of: • Indoor climate – air humidity and temperature • Heating system – surface contact temperature • Gas concentration – CO, CO 2 • Energy consumption – electricity, water, gas The energy supplier is able to affect supply of energy or from dispatching centre to read energy meter. An user of this system can watch the monitored rooms on your PC screen, mobile phone or on your handheld.
SUNtool 5. FP EU UK, France, Finnland, Greece, Switzerland, Czech Republic n Project SUNtool aims to develop an integrated resource flow model and complementary educational tool. This will enable community masterplanning professionals (architects, town planners, etc. ) and specialist consultants.
Research projects VZ 05 Sustainable building n Optimisation of building energy and environmental systems n n n Alternative energy systems Passive and low-energy buildings Natural ventilation and air conditioning
Research project: Optimisation and measurement of sustainable building energy environmental systems Technical solution Simulation results Measurement Thermovision
Research projects VZ 03 Development of comptuter simulation algorithms and its application in engineering Subtask: Macromodelling of building energy systems n. Modelling of building energy performance n n n Energy distribution systems Energy transmission systems Energy sources System integration Control functions based on the models n. Indoor and outdoor environment modelling (IAQ, microclimate, heat islands) n. Aplication modelling n. CFD of stochastic models on human behaviour for engineering tasks.
More information http: //tzb. fsv. cvut. cz CTU in Prague Faculty of Civil Engineering Department of Microenvironemental and Building Services Engineering Thákurova 7, 166 29 Praha 6 Czech Republic Thank you for your attention e l e b a Karel K