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Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University

Факультет прикладних інформаційних технологій та електроінженерії

Кафедра електричної інженерії

Energy Conservation


Major 141 - Електроенергетика, електротехніка та електромеханіка (бакалавр)
Field of knowledge 14 Електрична інженерія
Academic degree bachelor's
Course type elective
special education
Study start course 1
Semesters 1
Form of education full-time
Study hours structure
32– lectures
16– laboratory classes
Amount of hours for individual work 72
ECTS credits 4
Form of final examination exam
Academic degree Cand. Sc.
Academic title Assoc. Prof.
Full name Koval Vadim Petrovich
Course goals and learning objectives
The purpose of the study of the discipline: the mastering of methods and means of increasing the efficiency of the use of traditional and non-traditional energy resources in production systems. Discipline "Energy Conservation " is intended for studying by students studying in the field "Electrical engineering and electrotechnology" and aimed at raising their level of knowledge in the direction of reducing energy consumption. It contains theoretical information on energy saving in the industries and general industrial processes, the main technological processes and equipment, the operating conditions of the technological equipment, the modes of production and consumption of electricity, and the improvement of the energy efficiency of the operating modes of industrial-technological installations. 
Course description
Lectures Theme 1. Forms of energy.
Theme 2. Energy types.
Theme 3. Energy production.
Theme 4. Energy efficiency and traditional buildings.
Theme 5. Energy-efficient windows and doors.
Theme 6. Wall insulation.
Theme 7. Energy-efficient lighting.
Theme 8. Energy storage systems.
Theme 9. Electric cars.
Theme 10. Summer air-conditioning systems.
Theme 11. Save energy at home.
Theme 12. Energy efficient architecture.
Laboratory classes 1. Non-contact temperature measurement.
2. Electrical characteristics of photovoltaic cells.
3. Solar water heater systems.
4. Measuring UV and IR radiation and visible light.
5. The energy efficiency of replacement lamp radiation on clamp and lamp dimensions.
Assessment criteria
Control in the form of individual and face-to-face interviews. Written control in the form of independent written works. Current testing in the Atutor system 
Recommended reading list. Subject Resources
1. Abt. SRBI and Research Into Action (2002-2010). Energy Conservation, Efficiency, and Demand Response Study. Fort Myers, FL: Abt. SRBI National Center for Energy Research.
2. Beck, P., Doctors, S.I., and Hammond, P.Y. (1980). Individual Energy Conservation Behaviors. Cambridge, MA: Oelgeschlager, Gunn and Hain.
3. Lutzenhiser, L. (2002). An exploratory analysis of residential electricity conservation survey and billing data. Consultant Report for California Energy Commission. Retrieved September 2, 2010 from
4. Leighty, W., Meier, A., 2010. Short‐term Electricity Conservation in Juneau, Alaska: A Study of Household Activities. Proceedings of the 2010 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. Washington, DC: ACEEE, eec. ucdavis. edu/aceee/2010/data/papers/2131. pdf. 
Course author
Cand. Sc., Assoc. Prof. Koval Vadim Petrovich 
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