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Skupština SMEITS-a

24. marta 2017. godine držana je 29. Skupština SMEITS-a. Usvojen je Izveštaj o radu  SMEITS-a za 2016. i plan rada za 2017. godinu. 

Medalja "Branislav Đaković" dodeljena je
prof. dr Miroslavu Stanojeviću, dipl. maš. inž.


Third International Conference on Renewable Electrical Power Sources

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Sava center, Belgrade, October 15-16, 2015

Main Sponsor

 

undefined Electric Power Industry of Serbia, Belgrade
  

 

Programme sponsors

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Ministry of Energy, Development and Environment Protection of the Republic of Serbia

Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia

 undefinedFaculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade
 undefinedFaculty of Technology and Metallurgy of Belgrade
 undefinedInstitute for Chemical and Technological Research of Belgrade
 undefinedSerbian Chamber of Engineers
 Institute of Technical Sciences of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade

 

SPONZORS

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Polytechnik, Austrija 

Zodax  

Zodax, Beograd  

Energy demands are mainly met by using environmentally unfriendly fossil fuels that are being depleted and that increasingly pollute the environment. Therefore, the scientific and professional communities have recently increased their interest in using renewable energy sources (RES). In addition to the lack of funds and incomplete knowledge on this type of energy, one of the reasons for the insufficient use of RES is also insufficiently developed environmental awareness. Fortunately, the attitude towards energy is changing. An increasing number of incentive measures for electricity generation using renewable energy sources, for the improvement of technologies for their use, for the preparation of models for planning, application, financing, etc., contribute to the creation of better conditions for using these types of energy sources.

The EU targets to be reached by 2020 are well known: to reduce total energy consumption by 20%, to use 20% energy from renewables in total energy consumption and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20%. A special emphasis is placed on renewable electrical power resources (electricity generation using RES) and, therefore, the governments of almost all European countries have passed decrees on incentive measures for electricity generation by using renewable energy sources and by cogeneration (combined generation of electricity and thermal power).
The renewable electrical power sources probably represent the central part of the study of using RES, since electricity represents the highest quality form of energy which is easily generated, transferred, used and transformed into virtually all other forms of energy. Additionally, electricity may be generated using almost all types of renewable energy sources and it may be easily transformed into all other forms of energy.

Aims of the Conference  

  • To promote scientific ideas and results of research, development and use of renewable electrical power sources
  • To improve the procedures for using renewable electrical power sources as primary or complementary sources of electricity
  • To inform and educate the public in the domain of renewable electrical power sources
  • To promote local and global interest in the application of renewable electrical power sources
  • To promote energy efficiency in the use of electricity consuming devices as a method to reduce electricity consumption
  • To affirm renewable electrical power sources as sustainable sources of electrical power in the Republic of Serbia  

Thematic Fields of the Conference  

  • Additional equipment and materials
  • Energy savings
  • Potentials for production of renewable electrical power sources
  • Reduction of global and microclimate changes
  • Reduction of the environmental pollution by using renewable electrical power sources
  • Technologies of using electric drive transport vehicles in cities
  • Energy efficiency in generation and consumption electricity generated from renewables
  • Technologies and systems of using island types of renewable electrical power sources; design, simulation and optimisation of the systems of using renewable electrical power sources
  • Technologies and systems of using the network connected types of renewable electrical power sources; design, simulation and optimisation of the systems of using renewable electrical power sources
  • Integration of the system of renewable electrical power sources in the existing electricity distribution systems and environments
  • Technology and systems for electricity generation within cogeneration (combined generation of electricity and thermal power) for the needs of industry and district heating systems
  • Technologies and systems for electricity generation using biomass, solid waste and biogas
  • Technologies and systems for electricity generation using small hydropower plants
  • Technologies and systems for electricity generation using geothermal energy
  • Technologies and systems for electricity generation using wind energy
  • Technologies and systems for electricity generation using solar energy
  • Information technologies and models for the optimal systems of using renewable electrical power sources
  • Legal and technical regulations in the field of the use of renewable electrical power sources 

International Scientific Committee 

  • Prof. Branko Kovačević, Serbia
  • Prof. Nikola Rajaković, Serbia
  • Prof. Viorel Badescu, Romania
  • Prof. Pellumb Berberi, Ph.D., Albania
  • Prof. Milorad Bojić, Ph.D., Serbia
  • Prof. Alla Denysova, Ph.D., Bulgaria
  • Aleksandar Ivančić, Ph.D., Spain
  • Prof. Miroljub Jeftić, Ph.D., Serbia
  • Prof. Vladimir Krstić, Canada
  • Prof. Nikolay Mihailov, Bulgaria
  • Prof. Stefka Nedeltcheva, Ph.D., Bulgaria
  • Dušan Nikolić, M.S. , Australia
  • Zoran Nikolić, Ph.D., Serbia
  • Mila Pucar, Ph.D., Serbia
  • Prof. Valerij Sitnikov, Ph.D. Ukraine
  • Prof. Velimir Stefanović, Ph.D., Serbia
  • Prof. Zoran Stević, Ph.D., Serbia (the Chairman of the Committee)
  • Prof. Zoran Stojiljković, Ph.D., Serbia
  • Prof. Michael Todorov, Ph.D., Bulgaria  

Organizing committee 

  • Rastislav Kragić
  • Zoran Nikolić (the Chairman of the Committee)
  • Ilija Radovanović
  • Zoran Stević
  • Stevan Šamšalović
  • Žarko Ševaljević
  • Dragomir Šamšalović 

Conference Program

Thursday, 15 October 2015 

9.30–10.00 h Participants Registration

10.00–10.30 h Conference Opening Ceremony 

10.30–11.00 h Plenary Lecture

1.

THE NEED FOR ELECTRICITY STORAGE AND VARIABLE RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES IN SERBIA
Nikola RAJAKOVIĆ, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Zoran STEVIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade ; i Ilija BATAS BJELIĆ, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade

 

11.00–12.40 h Session 1 Renewable Electrical Energy Sources and Energetic Policy

2.

EXPERIENCE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF INCENTIVE MEASURES FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY POWER PRODUCTION IN REPUBLIC OF SERBIA WITH PROPOSAL OF NEW MODEL FOR DEVELOPMENT
Rastislav KRAGIĆ, Republic of Serbia, Ministry of minery and energy, Belgrade; Tomislav PERUNIČIĆ, PUC Elektroprivrda Srbije, Belgrade

3.

STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY USE
Dušan NIKOLIĆ, Entura, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia; Zoran NIKOLIĆ; Institute of technical sciences SASA, Belgrade

4.

REDUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION BY USING RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES
Nada ŠTRBAC, Aleksandra MITOVSKI, Dragana ŽIVKOVIĆ, Ljubiša BALANOVIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade ; Milanče MITOVSKI, RTB-Bor Group, Bor

5.

IMPROVING THE PROCESS OF ELECTRICITY AND HEAT IN POWER PLANT NOVI SAD FROM THE ASPECT OF ECONOMIC AND EFFICIENCY STIMULATE THE ENERGY AND EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS IN THE EXHAUST GAS
Slobodan STEVANOVIĆ, Zoran ŠUŠNJEVIĆ, Miloš SARAMANDIĆ, Dragan TOMIĆ, PUC EPS Panonske TE-TO Branch, Novi Sad

6.

HOW TO GET YOUR OWN PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER PLANT
Neven Katanić, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad 

 

  12.40–13.00 h Break

13.00–14.00 h Session 2 Cogeneration

7.

RAW MATERIALS FOR AGRICULTURE IN THE PRODUCTION OF BIOFUELS
Predrag PETROVIĆ, Marija PETROVIĆ, Institute „Kirilo Savić", Belgrade

8.

CASE STUDY; SAWMILL RESIDUE USE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HEAT AND ELECTRICITY USING THE ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE WITHIN A HARD WOOD SAWMILL
Lukas SCHIRNHOFER, Bernhard BRENNER, Viktor RADIĆ, Polytechnik Biomass Energy

9.

ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ELECTRICITY FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES - BIOMASS
Radoje KREMZER, Belgrade

 

 

 14.00–14.40 h Sponsors presentations
Polytechnik, Austria
Zodax, Belgrade 

 

 14.40–15.00 h Break

 

 15.00–16.40 h Session III Solar Energy

10.

EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON A MONO-CRYSTALLINE SOLAR PANEL
Zoran STEVIĆ, Mirjana RAJČIĆ-VUJASINOVIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade ; Marijana PANTOVIĆ, Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Ilija RADOVANOVIĆ, Innovation Center, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade

11.

EXAMPLES OF PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS APPLICATION IN DESIGNING OF ARCHITECTURAL FORMS 
Milovan ŽIVKOVIĆ, Cappoto Build, Belgrade; Budimir S. SUDIMAC, Anđela DUBLJEVIĆ, Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade University, Belgrade

12.

THE UNINTERUPTABLE ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY OF ISLAND LOW PEAK POWER CONSUMERS (UP TO 2.5 KW) BY USING THE HYBRID (PV AND GA) SOURCES
Žarko ŠEVALJEVIĆ, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Zoran NIKOLIĆ, Institute of technical sciences SASA, Belgrade

13.

ELIMINATION OF THE PARTIAL SHADING EFFECT IN STRING-INVERTER PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS
Miodrag FORCAN, Želјko ĐURIŠIĆ, Jovan MIKULOVIĆ, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade

14.

PATENTED CONCENTRATOR OF SOLAR ENERGY IN PRODUCTION OF THERMAL ENERGY AND ELECTRICITY
Stanko KOVAČEVIĆ, Samuel MRAVIK, Elektromobili d.o.o., Pančevo; 
Aleksandar RODIĆ, Željko DESPOTOVIĆ, Ilija STEVANOVIĆ, Miloš JOVANOVIĆ, 
Institute „Mihajlo Pupin", Belgrade

 

16.40–17.00 h Session 4 Wind Energy

15.

USE OF 3D PROBABILITY MODEL OF A BIRD - WIND TURBINE COLLISION FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE FUTURE WIND FARM "ŠUŠARA FIELDS"
Đorđe KLISIĆ, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Ilija RADOVANOVIĆ, Innovation Center, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Nikola BEŽANIĆ, Ivan POPOVIĆ, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade

 

Friday, 16 October 2015 

10.00–11.00 h Session 5 Hydroenergy 

16.

INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY IN PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF SMALL HYDROPOWER PLANTS
Marijana PANTOVIĆ, Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Zoran STEVIĆ, Mirjana RAJČIĆ-VUJASINOVIĆ, Milena JEVTIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade

17.

SMALL HYDRO POWER PLANT AT THE COOLING WATER STREAM OF THE THERMAL POWER PLANT "NIKOLA TESLA B" 
Zoran STOJANOVIĆ, Nemanja BANJALIĆ, PUC EPS, Termoelektrane „Nikola Tesla", Obrenovac; Vladimir STEVANOVIĆ, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade

18.

CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT OF THE HYBRID SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION
Milan TOMOVIĆ, Miroljub JEVTIĆ, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Kosovska Mitrovica

 

11.00–13.40 h Session 6 New Technologies

19.

ANALYSIS OF THE AUTOMATIC RECLOSING SYSTEM EFFICIENCY IN DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS WITH DISTRIBUTED GENERATION
Miodrag FORCAN, Želјko ĐURIŠIĆ, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade

20.

A MULTIAPPLICATION IMPACT OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES OF PRODUCTION AN ELECTRICITY POWER FROM GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES
Njegoš DRAGOVIĆ, Milovan VUKOVIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade

21.

ELECTRONIC TRANSPORT IN BI2(TE2.88SE0.12) SINGLE CRYSTAL
Emina POŽEGA, Institute for Mining and Metallurgy, Bor; Svetlana IVANOV, Zoran STEVIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade ; Lidija GOMIDŽELOVIĆ, Ana KOSTOV, Institute for Mining and Metallurgy, Bor; Đorđe VELJOVIĆ, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Milan RADOVANOVIĆ, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad

22.

COPPER IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES 
Mirjana RAJČIĆ-VUJASINOVIĆ, Zoran STEVIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade ; Sanja PETROVIĆ, Institute for Mining and Metallurgy, Bor; Vesna GREKULOVIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade

23.

CHARACTERIZATION OF ELECTRODE MATERIALS IN ELECTRICAL POWER STORAGE SYSTEMS
Zoran STEVIĆ, Mirjana RAJČIĆ-VUJASINOVIĆ, Vesna FAJNIŠEVIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade , Marijana PANTOVIĆ, Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Sanja PETROVIĆ, IRM, Bor; Ilija RADOVANOVIĆ, Innovation Center, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade

24.

IMPROVED TECHNOLOGY OF DETERMINATION OF SUPERCAPACITOR`S PARAMETERS FOR THE KINETIC ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEMS
Victor BUSHER, Valeriy SYTNIKOV, Victorija JARMOLOVICH, Odessa National Polytechnic University, Ukrajina

25.

MODELLING OF GASIFICATION PROCESS IN DEMO CHP PLANT
Aleksandar DEDIĆ, Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Srbislav GENIĆ, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Nenad ĆUPRIĆ, Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade, Belgrade

26.

ECONOMIC DISPATCH IN MICROGRIDS - PART I: PROBLEM FORMULATION
Jordan RADOSAVLJEVIĆ i Miroljub JEVTIĆ, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Kosovska Mitrovica

 

 

 13.40–14.00 Break

27.

ECONOMIC DISPATCH IN MICROGRIDS - PART II: PROBLEM SOLUTION
Jordan RADOSAVLJEVIĆ i Miroljub JEVTIĆ, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Kosovska Mitrovica

28.

OPERATING MODE SELECTION IN ORDER TO INCREASE THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF THE GLASS-CERAMIC MATERIALS PRODUCTION
Mira COCIĆ, Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade ; Mihovil LOGAR, Faculty of Geology and Mining, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Viša TASIĆ, Institute for Mining and Metallurgy, Snežana DEVIĆ, Institute for Testing of Materials, Belgrade

29.

POSSIBILITIES OF USING SULFUR FOR CONCRETE PRODUCTION AND ITS APPLICATION
Milica VLAHOVIĆ, Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Aleksandar SAVIĆ, Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Sanja MARTINOVIĆ, Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; Tatjana VOLKOV-HUSOVIĆ, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade

 15.00–15.20 h Annual Conference of the
Society for Renewable Electrical Power Sources

15.20 h Farewell Lunch

 

 

Important Notes and Dates

In the application, the proposed topic and contents of the paper should be explained in an abstract of max. 200 words. An application should be sent to the Organizer by 10th June 2015.

Authors will receive a notification on acceptance of their paper proposals and instructions how to prepare full-length papers by 25th June 2015.

Full-length papers (not longer than 6 pages) on accepted topics should be submitted to the Organizer by 1st September 2015 the latest.

The official languages of the conference are Serbian and English.

For information on the conference sponsorship and participation in the exhibition within the Conference, please contact the Organizer.

The non-residents conference fee is EUR 150, if the payment is effected by 1st October 2015. After that date the conference fee is EUR 200.

The authors of papers will be exempted from the conference fee payment.

The abstracts of the papers accepted by the International Scientific Committee and included in the Programme will be printed in the Conference Proceedings (which will include the abstracts of the papers).

"88 Rooms" hotel offers special prices for the Third International Conference on Renewable Electrical Power Sources authors and participants. For reservation click here.

The information on the Conference will be available at SMEITS website (www.smeits.rs) or please contact the Organizer: 

The Union of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers 
and Technicians of Serbia (SMEITS), 
Society for Renewable Electrical 
Power Sources (DOIEE), 
Kneza Miloša 7a/II, 11000 Belgrade. 
Tel. 011/3230‑041, 3031‑696, tel./fax 3231‑372. 
E‑mail: office@smeits.rs, www.smeits.rs

 

  

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