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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.


The Fourth International Conference on
Renewable Electrical Power Sources

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Sava Center, Belgrade, 17th and 18th October 2016

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General patron

  

PROGRAME SPONSORS

 

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Ministry of Mining and Energy of the Republic of Serbia

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

 undefinedSchool of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade
 undefinedFaculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade
 undefinedInstitute for Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade
  Institute for Technical Sciences of SASA

 

Conference Venue 


"Japanski salon" Sava Center, Belgrade  

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Monday, October 17, 2016

9.00–9.30 h Registration
9.30–10 h Conference Opening Ceremony
10.00 h Plenary Session

  1. NEW PATHWAYS TO A HYDROGEN SOCIETY
    Hans Marius SCHUSTER, ARENA-INNOVATION, Stutgart, Germany

10.20–10.30 h Break
10.30–11.45 Plenary Session Continuation

  1. UTILIZATION OF WOOD BIOMASS IN LEADING EU COUNTRIES, SOUTH-EAST BALKAN REGION AND SERBIA - OVERVIEW AND COMPARISON
    Dr Aleksandar DEDIĆ, Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  2. ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ASSEMBLIES IN WIND TURBINES
    Dejan TANIKIĆ, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Tehnički Fakultet u Boru
  3. NEAR 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY POWER SYSTEM - A CASE OF ST. HELENA ISLAND
    Aleksandar IVANČIĆ, Španija
  4. BALANCED NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY GOALS ACCOMPLISHMENT WITH SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS
    Ilija BATAS-BJELIĆ, Elektrotehnički fakultet, Beograd 

11.50–12.00 h Break
 
12.00–13.45 h Session Continuation 

  1. REGIONAL VARIATION LCOE OF PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS IN ALBANIA USING SATELLITE SOLAR DATA 
    Driada MITRUSHI1, Pëllumb BERBERI1, Irma BËRDUFI2, Valbona MUDA1, Daniela TOPÇIU3, Urim BUZRA1
    1 Department of Engineering Physics, Faculty of Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Physics, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania; 2 Institute of Applied Nuclear Physics, Tirana University, Tirana, Albania; 3 Department of Physics, Faculty of Natural Physics, "Aleksander Xhuvani" University, Elbasan, Albania
  2. SIMULATION OF WIND POWER GENERATION SYSTEM BASED ON TECHNO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
    Eduart SERDARI, Pëllumb BERBERI, Valbona MUDA, Urim BUZRA, Driada MITRUSHI, Daniela HALILI, Irma BËRDUFI
    Department of Engineering Physics, Faculty of Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Physics, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania
  3. EMPIRICAL MODEL FOR ENERGY YIELD OF A PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM CONNECTED TO THE GRID
    Irma BËRDUFI1, Pëllumb BERBERI2, Driada MITRUSHI2, Valbona MUDA2, Daniela TOPÇIU3, Urim BUZRA2, Eduart SERDARI4
    1 Institute of Applied Nuclear Physics, Tirana University, Tirana, Albania; 2 Department of Engineering Physics, Faculty of Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Physics, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania; 3 Department of Physics, Faculty of Natural Science, "Aleksandër Xhuvani" University, Elbasan, Albania, 4 "Ismail Qemali" University, Vlora, Albania
  4. PASSIVE COMPONENTS OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
    V. KUDRYA, V. SYTNIKOV
    Odessa National Polytechnic University, Boulevard of Shevchenko, 1, Odessa, Ukraine, 65044
  5. COMPUTER COMPONENTS CONTROL OF THE SYSTEM'S WORK OPTIMIZATION OF SOLAR AND WIND ENERGY GENERATION
    Hanna UKHINA, Valeriy SYTNIKOV, Odessa national polytechnic university, Odessa, Ukraine
  6. REVIEW OF SOLAR THERMAL TECHNOLOGIES AND AND EXPIRIENCES IN THE AREA OF SOUTHERN SPAIN
    Ilija RADOVANOVIĆ, Inovacioni centar Elektrotehničkog fakulteta, Beograd 

13.45–15.00 h Coffe and refreshments break 

Poster Session

  1. SUPERCAPACITOR MODELING FOR MICRORESISTANCE WELDING APPLICATIONS
    OleksandrBONDARENKO1, Volodymyr SYDORETS2, Iuliia BONDARENKO3, Zoran STEVIĆ4
    1 National Technical University of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute"; 2 E.O. Paton Electric Welding Institute of the NAS of Ukraine; 3 Donbas State Technical University, Ukraine; 4 University of Belgrade, TF Bor
  2. INFLUENCE OF YEARLY DISTRIBUTION OF SOLAR ENERGY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF SOLAR COLLECTORS IN THE CITY OF TIRANA
  3. Daniela HALILI1, Pëllumb BERBERI2, Driada MITRUSHI2, Valbona MUDA2, Irma BËRDUFI3,Urim BUZRA2, Eduart SERDARI2
    1 Department of physics, Faculty of Natural Science, "AleksandërXhuvani" University, Elbasan, Albania; 2 Department of Engineering Physics, Faculty of Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Physics, Polytechnic, University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania; 3 Institute of Applied Nuclear Physics, Tirana University, Tirana, Albania
  4. MODIFICATION OF SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL DUE TO ANTHROPOGENIC AEROSOLS IN ATMOSHPERE OF TIRANA
    Urim BUZRA, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Faculty of Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Physics, Department of Engineering Physics, Tirana, Albania
  5. MERGING OF GROUND-BASED AND SATTELITE-DERIVED DATA OF SURFACE SOLAR RADIATION IN CITY OF TIRANA, ALBANIA
    Valbona LAME-MUDA1, Pëllumb BERBERI1, Driada MITRUSHI1, Irma BËRDUFI2, Daniela TOPÇIU3, Urim BUZRA1
    1 Department of Engineering Physics, Faculty of Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Physics, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania; 2 Institute of Applied Nuclear Physics, Tirana University, Tirana, Albania; 3 Department of Physics, Faculty of Natural Physics, "Aleksander Xhuvani" University, Elbasan, Albania 

15.00–16.15 h Environment, sustainability, policy 

  1. IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERACTIVE FACADE SKIN IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURAL BUILDINGS
    Ana STANOJEVIĆ, Građevinsko-arhitektonski fakultet, Niš
  2. ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
    Dejan RIZNIĆ, Snežana UROŠEVIĆ, Milovan VUKOVIĆ, Zoran STEVIĆ
    Universty of Belgrade, Technical Faculty in Bor, Serbia
  3. ENERGY EFFICIENT RECYCLING OF PRECIOUS METALS FROM COMPUTER WASTE BY HYDROMETALLURGICAL PROCESSING
    Silvana B. DIMITRIJEVIĆ1, Zoran M. STEVIĆ2, Biserka T. TRUMIĆ1, Aleksandra T. IVANOVIĆ1, Stevan P. DIMITRIJEVIĆ3
    1 Mining and Metallurgy Institute Bor, Bor, Serbia; 2 University of Belgrade, Technical Faculty Bor, Bor, Serbia; 3 Innovation Center Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
  4. DETERMINATION AND SENSITIVITY ANALISYS OF METHANE GENERATION RATE (K) NEEDED FOR LANDFILL GAS - RENEWBALE ENERGY SOURCE EXTRACTION POTENTIAL
    Dimitrije STEVANOVIĆ 1, Stefan MANDIĆ-RAJČEVIĆ 1, Ana DAJIĆ 1, Marina MIHAJLOVIĆ 1, Milica KARANAC 1, Jovan JOVANOVIĆ 1, Mića JOVANOVIĆ 2
    1 Inovacioni centar Tehnološko-metalurškog fakulteta u Beogradu, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Srbija; 2 Tehnološko-metalurški fakultet u Beogradu, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Srbija
  5. ANALYSIS OF THE REGIONAL LANDFILL SYSTEM EFFECTS ON GREEN HOUSE GAS EMISSIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
    Stefan MANDIĆ-RAJČEVIĆ1, Dimitrije STEVANOVIĆ1, Jovan JOVANOVIĆ1, Milica KARANAC1, Marina MIHAJLOVIĆ1, Ana DAJIĆ1, Mića JOVANOVIĆ2
    1 Inovacioni centar Tehnološko-metalurškog fakulteta u Beogradu, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Srbija; 2 Tehnološko-metalurški fakultet u Beogradu, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Srbija 

16.15–16.30. Break
 
16.30–18.15 h Session Continuation 

  1. APPLICATION OF RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY FROM THE ECONOMICAL, ECOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY
    Mila PUCAR, Marina NENKOVIĆ-RIZNIĆ, Institut za arhitekturu i urbanizam Srbije, Beograd
  2. THE EFFECT OF REDUCING THE EMISSION OF NOx GASES FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CHANGING IN DESIGN OF Pt CATALYSTS
    Biserka TRUMIĆ1, Aleksandra IVANOVIĆ1, Silvana DIMITRIJEVIĆ1, Stevan DIMITRIJEVIĆ2,
    1 Institut za rudarstvo i metalurgiju Bor, Bor; 2 Inovacioni centar Tehnološko-metalurškog fakulteta u Beogradu, Beograd
  3. METHODOLOGY OF THE LOW-FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD MEASUREMENT AND ITS INFLUENCE TO THE EXPOSURE OF THE PORTABLE COMPUTER USERS
    Darko BRODIĆ, Milena JEVTIĆ
    University of Belgrade, Technical faculty, Bor, Serbia
  4. MODELS OF DEPENDENCE OF MORTAR STRENGTH ON HARDENING TIME AND FLY ASH CONTENT
    Ivana JOVANOVIĆ, Srđana MAGDALINOVIĆ, Sanja BUGARINOVIĆ, Miomir MIKIĆ, Milenko LJUBOJEV, Dragan MILANOVIĆ
    Mining and Metallurgy Institute Bor, Bor
  5. EFFECT OF PREVIOUS METALLURGICAL PREPARATION ON COPPER SMELTING SLAG GRINDABILLITY
    Srđana MAGDALINOVIĆ, Ivana JOVANOVIĆ, Sanja PETROVIĆ, Dragan MILANOVIĆ, Miomir MIKIĆ
    Mining and Metallurgy Institute Bor, Bor
  6. FOREST FIRES THREATEN BIOMASS PRODUCTION IN THE EU: EXPERIENCES FROM PORTUGAL, SPAIN AND FRANCE IMPOSE PREVENTIVE MEASURES FOR SERBIAMilan MILENKOVIĆ1, Aleksandar DEDIĆ2, Dejan DOLJAK1
    1 Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijić", Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, Serbia; 2 Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
  7. PROJECT -THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND THE USE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES FOR INCREASING ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN SECONDARY TECHNICAL SCHOOL "MIHAJLO PUPIN" IN KULA, VOJVODINA
    Marjan Lj. IVANOV1, Mihal KRŽAČEK1, Neda MILOVIĆ1, Aleksandra HERCEG-ROKNIĆ1, Željko DESPOTOVIĆ2
    1 Srednja tehnička škola „Mihajlo Pupin", Kula; 2 Institut "Mihajlo Pupin", Univerzitet u Beogradu, Beograd 

 

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

9.00–11.00 h Energy sources and energy storage 

  1. PLANNING ENERGY CROPS IN SERBIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE FAST GROWING FOREST
    Tijana CRNČEVIĆ, Vesna JOKIČ,Ljubiša BEZBRADICA
    Institut za arhitekturu i urbanizam Srbije (IAUS), Beograd
  2. ENERGETIC COOPERATIVES POTENTIALS IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
    Nihad HARBAŠ, Vedad SULJIĆ,
    Centar za ekonomski, tehnološki i okolinski razvoj Sarajevo, BiH
  3. ANALYSIS OF THE BIOMASS ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE COGENERATION IN HOSPITALS APPLICATION
    Nihad HARBAŠ1, Azrudin HUSIKA2, Samra PRAŠOVIĆ3
    1 GIZ BiH; 2 Mašinski fakultet Sarajevo;, 3 CETEOR Sarajevo
  4. OPTIMISATION OF GEOMETRY OF HORIZONTAL ROOF OVERHANGS COVERED WITH PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS
    Dragan CVETKOVIĆ, Aleksandar NEŠOVIĆ, Faculty of Engineering, University of Kragujevac
  5. THE ROLE OF NANOMATERIALS IN SOLAR CELLS
    Mirjana RAJČIĆ-VUJASINOVIĆ1, Z. STEVIĆ1, V. GREKULOVIĆ1, S. PETROVIĆ2
    1 Technical Faculty Bor, University of Belgrade, Bor, Serbia; 2 Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Bor, Serbia
  6. RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY: PARALLEL SERBIA-EUROPE
    Zoran STEVIC1, Ilija RADOVANOVIC2, Daniel MIJAILOVIC3
    1 Tecnical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade, Serbia; 2 IC ETF, University of Belgrade, Serbia; 3 Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  7. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF METAHEURISTIC METHODS FOR SOLVING THE OPTIMAL POWER FLOW PROBLEM
    Miloš MILOVANOVIĆ, Jordan RADOSAVLJEVIĆ, Miroljub JEVTIĆ
    Fakultet tehničkih nauka u Kosovskoj Mitrovici; Kosovska Mitrovica, Srbija
  8. ANALYSIS OF THE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE EFFECT ON THE PV MODULES EFFICIENCY USING EMPIRICAL CORRELATIONS FOR NATURAL CONVECTION
    Bojan PEROVIĆ, Dardan KLIMENTA, Jordan RADOSAVLJEVIĆ, Miroljub JEVTIĆ
    Fakultet tehničkih nauka, Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovska Mitrovica, Srbija 

11.00–11.15 h Break
 
11.15–13.00 h Session Continuation 

  1. THE USE OF NEW PHOTOVOLTAIC TECHNOLOGIES IN THE BUILDING INTEGRATED SYSTEMS
    Jasna RADULOVIĆ, Danijela NIKOLIĆ, Jasmina SKERLIĆ, Vesna RANKOVIĆ
    Faculty of Engineering, University at Kragujevac, Serbia
  2. NEW TECHNOLOGIES, CONTROL ALGORITHMS AND FAVORABLE NATURAL CONDITIONS FOR REALIZATION OF PROJECTS FOR SMALL HYDRO POWER PLANTS
    Krsta BRČIĆ1, Branislav BRČIĆ2
    1 Industrijski sistemi automaskog upravlјanja, Beograd; 2 Luthardt-group, Beograd
  3. RENEWABLE ENERGY AND SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL IN SERBIA
    Miomir MIKIĆ, Ivana JOVANOVIĆ, Sanja PETROVIĆ, Srđana MAGDALINOVIĆ
    Mining and Metallurgy Institute Bor, Bor
  4. METHODOLOGIES USED FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF CUPROUS OXIDE AS AN ACTIVE SOLAR CELL MATERIAL
    Sanja PETROVIĆ1, Mirjana RAJČIĆ-VUJASINOVIĆ2, Vesna GREKULOVIĆ2, Ivana JOVANOVIĆ1, Srđana MAGDALINOVIĆ1, Miomir MIKIĆ1,
    1 Mining and Metallurgy Institute, Bor, Serbia; 2 University of Belgrade, Technical faculty in Bor, Serbia
  5. MODELLING THE PASSIVE COOLING OF ROOF-MOUNTED PV PANELS BY USING THE MODIFIED CORRELATIONS FOR HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENTS DUE TO WIND-INDUCED CONVECTION
    Dardan KLIMENTA1, Dragan ĆETENOVIĆ2, Bojan PEROVIĆ1, Jelena KLIMENTA3
    1 Fakultet tehničkih nauka u K. Mitrovici, Univerzitet u Prištini, Kosovska Mitrovica, Srbija; 2 Fakultet tehničkih nauka u Čačku, Univerzitet u Kragujevcu, Čačak, Srbija; 3 Samostalni consultant u oblasti urbanizma i prostornog planiranja, Niš, Srbija
  6. ENERGY VALUE OF KOLUBARA LIGNITE - COMPARISON WITH SELECTED ASPECTS OF ELECTRICITY GENERATION (NATURAL PARAMETERS E.G. KJ/KG, KCAL)
    Bogoljub VUČKOVIĆ1, Hranislav STOJKOVIĆ2, Miroslav IGNJATOVIĆ3, Tomislav ŠUBARANOVIĆ4, Milovan RAKIJAŠ5
    1 EPS Beograd, Branch Kolubara, Division Project, Lazarevac; 2 Chinese Southeastern European Business Association (CSEBA), Belgrade; 3 Business Chamber of Serbia, Belgrade; 4 Mining & Geology Faculty, Belgrade University, Belgrade; 5 Hidro-Georad Belgrade, Belgrade
  7. SIMULATION OF A ENERGY SOURCE BASED ON PV, ACCU BATTERY, FC AND SUPERCAPACITOR
    Miša STEVIĆ1, Zoran STEVIĆ1, Daniel MIJAILOVIĆ2
    1 University of Belgrade, Technical faculty in Bor, Serbia; 2 Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia 

13.00–14.00 Break
 
14.00–16.00 h Applications and services 

  1. THE BASIC ASPECTS OF WIND TURBINE FOUNDATIONS IN OUR CONDITIONS
    Aleksandar SAVIĆ1, Slobodanka JOVAŠEVIĆ2, Milica VLAHOVIĆ3, Sanja MARTINOVIĆ3, Tatjana VOLKOV-HUSOVIĆ4
    1 University of Belgrade, Faculty of Civil Engineering, 2 University of Coimbra, Faculty of Civil Engineering, 3 University of Belgrade, IHTM, 4 University of Belgrade, Faculty of Technology and Metalurgy
  2. THERMOGRAPHY ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF BUILDINGS, INDUSTRIAL PLANTS AND HEATING PLANTS
    Zoran STEVIC1, Mirjana RAJCIC-VUJASINOVIC1, Dejan ANTIC1, Daniel MIJAILOVIC2
    1 Tecnical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade, Serbia; 2 Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  3. MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF COMPONENTS OF THE DEDICADED COMPUTER SYSTEM OF ORIENTATION OF BORING INSTRUMENT ON THE BASIS OF FERROPROBES
    Elena A. PONOMARYOVA
    Prydniprovska State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
  4. THE IRRIGATION OF ORCHARD BY HYBRID (PV AND DIESEL AGREGATE) ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY
    Žarko ŠEVALJEVIĆ1, Zoran NIKOLIĆ2
    1 Elektrotehnički fakultet, Beograd; 2 Institut tehničkih nauka SANU, Beograd
  5. TECHNO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF HEAT PUMP BUILDING HEATING IN BIVALENT SYSTEM
    Miroslav VULIĆ1, Kristijan VUJIČIN2
    1 Mašinski fakultet, Univerzitet u Beogradu; 2 Mašinski fakultet, Univerzitet u Beogradu
  6. ONE LOOK FORWARD, TWO BACK
    Aleksandar SAVIĆ
    Elektrotehnička škola „Rade Končar", Beograd
  7. PLANNING ASPECTS OF SOLAR PARKS - EXPERIENCE OF GERMANY AND SERBIA
    Dejan DOLJAK1, Aleksandar DEDIĆ2, Milan MILENKOVIĆ1
    1 Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijić", Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, Serbia; 2 Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
  8. ENVIRONMENTAL GAINS OF DHW SYSTEM THROUGH OPTIMUM SOLAR COLLECTOR SLOPE AND AZIMUTH ANGLES USING THE HOOKE JEEVES ALGORITHM
    J. SKERLIĆ, N. LUKIĆ, D. NIKOLIĆ
    Faculty of Engineering at Kragujevac, University of Kragujevac, Kragujevac, Serbia
  9. ENERGY OPTIMIZATION OF SERBIAN BUILDINGS USING THE HOOKE JEEVES ALGORITHM
    D. NIKOLIĆ, N. LUKIĆ, J. SKERLIĆ
    Faculty of Engineering at Kragujevac, University of Kragujevac, Kragujevac, Serbia 

16.00–16.15 h Break
 
16.15–18.00 h Session Continuation

Zodax Company presentation 

  1. MODEL HIBRIDNOG SISTEMA SA OBNOVLJIVIM IZVORIMA ENERGIJE PRIKLJUČEN NA ELEKTROENERGETSKU MREŽU
    MODEL OF A GRID CONNECTED RENEWABLE SOURCES HYBRID SYSTEM
    Milan TOMOVIĆ, Miroljub JEVTIĆ
    Fakultet tehničkih nauka Kosovska Mitrovica
  2. MOGUĆNOSTI KORIŠĆENJA FOTONAPONSKIH ĆELIJA U BEOGRADU I JEDAN METOD EKOLOŠKOG NAPAJANJA REPUBLIKE SRBIJE ELEKTRIČNOM ENERGIJOM
    THE POSSIBILITIES OF PV USE IN BELGRADE AND ONE METHOD OF ECO SUPPLY THE REPUBLIC SERBIA WITH ELECTRIC ENERGY
    Zoran NIKOLIĆ1, Dušan NIKOLIĆ2
    1 Institute of technical sciences of the SASA, Belgrade, Serbia; 2 Entura, Victoria, Australia
  3. METODE TESTIRANJA SUPERKONDENZATORA
    SUPERCAPACITORS TEST METHODS
    Zoran STEVIC1, Mirjana RAJCIC-VUJASINOVIC1, Ilija RADOVANOVIC2, Daniel MIJAILOVIC3
    1 Tecnical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade, Serbia; 2 IC ETF, University of Belgrade, Serbia; 3 Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  4. KAPACITIVNE KARAKTERISTIKE ELEKTRODA OD POROZNOG UGLJENIKA ISPITANE NOVIM ELEKTROHEMIJSKIM SISTEMOM TESTIRANJA SUPERKONDENZATORA
    THE CAPACITIVE PERFORMANCES OF POROUSCARBON ELECTRODES INVESTIGATED BY NOVEL SYSTEM FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL TESTINGOFSUPERCAPACITORS
    Daniel MIJAILOVIĆ1, Zoran STEVIĆ2, Vladimir PANIĆ3, Marija VUKČEVIĆ4, Dušica STOJANOVIĆ4, Petar USKOKOVIĆ4
    1 Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia; 2 Technical Faculty Bor, University of Belgrade, Serbia; 3 Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy - Department of Electrochemistry, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia; 4 Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  5. EKSTRAPOLACIJA PODATAKA DOBIJENIH SA STANICE ZA VETAR KORISTEĆI IMPLMENTACIJU CFD MODELA U OKVIRU SOFTVERSKOG PAKETA WINDSIM
    EXTRAPOLATION OF THE MEASURED WIND DATA USING CFD MODEL IMPLEMENTED IN THE WINDSIM SOFTWARE PACKAGE
    Đorđe KLISIĆ1, Miodrag ZLATANOVIĆ1, Ilija RADOVANOVIĆ2, Ivan POPOVIĆ1
    1 School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade; 2 Innovation Center of School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, Belgrade 

18.00 h Banquet for participants with payed conference fee

 


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Global energy demands, especially electricity demands, are constantly increasing. The population growth to over 7 billion people requires significantly higher share of renewable energy sources, which are also more environmentally friendly. Non-renewable energy sources are depletable, environmentally unfriendly, since they cause various forms of pollution, as well as one of the greatest challenges in human history of humankind - climate change and global warming. In order to mitigate that effect, the use of fossil fuels must be reduced, because as long as coal, oil and gas are primary energy sources, the world will not take a necessary step forward. 

Renewable energy sources will be increasingly used in Europe, leading to the reduction of emission of greenhouse gases and lower oil dependence. In pursuit of such solutions, the European Union set ambitious targets in the Directive 2009/28/EC - 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%. The European Union invests enormous funds in order to achieve CO2 emission reduction, competitive prices and environmental protection. 

AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE 

  • To promote scientific ideas and results of research, development and use of renewable electrical power sources 
  • To improve technologies 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 in order to reduce electricity consumption and achieve better energy efficiency 
  • To affirm renewable electrical power sources as sustainable sources of electrical power 

THEMATIC FIELDS OF THE CONFERENCE 

Environmental impact, climate change and sustainable development  

  • Economic aspects
  • Trends: past, present, future 
  • Energy efficiency in the context of using renewable electrical power sources 
  • Planning and sustainability 
  • Legal regulations and standardization   

Energy sources and energy storage   

  • Energy from biomass, solid waste and biogas 
  • Geothermal energy 
  • Water energy 
  • Wind energy 
  • Solar energy 
  • Thermoelectric systems 
  • Fuel cells 
  • Energy storage systems
  • New materials and new technologies in renewable electrical power sources   

Applications and services  

  • Industry
  • Buildings in urban and rural environments 
  • Public utilities 
  • Agriculture o
  • Electricity 
  • Transport   

International Scientific Committee  

  • Prof. Viorel Badescu, Romania
  • Prof. dr Pellumb Berberi, Albania
  • Prof. dr Oleksandr Bondarenko, Ukraine
  • Prof. dr Alla Denysova, Bulgaria
  • Prof. dr Aleksandar Gajić, Serbia
  • Prof. dr Zoran Đurić, member of SASA, Serbia
  • Dr Aleksandar Ivančić, Spain
  • Prof. dr Miroljub Jeftić, Serbia
  • Rastislav Kragić, Serbia
  • Prof. Vladimir Krstić, Canada
  • Prof. dr Nikolay N. Lopatkin, Russia
  • Prof. dr Nikolay Mihailov, Bulgaria
  • Prof. dr Stefka Nedeltcheva, Bulgaria
  • Mr Dušan Nikolić, Australia
  • Dr Zoran Nikolić, Serbia
  • Prof. dr Elena Ponomareva, Ukraine
  • Dr Mila Pucar, Serbia
  • Prof. dr Nikola Rajaković, Serbia
  • Prof. dr Valerij Sitnikov, Ukraine
  • Prof. dr Velimir Stefanović, Serbia
  • Prof. dr Zoran Stević, Serbia (Chairmen of the Committee)
  • Prof. dr Zoran Stojiljković, Serbia
  • Prof. dr Volodymyr Sydorets, Ukraine
  • Prof. dr Michael Todorov, Bulgaria
  • Prof. dr Zhongying Wang, China
  • Prof. dr Wanxing Wang, China
  • Prof. dr Xuejun Wang, China
  • Prof. dr Ruiying Zhang, China  

Organizing Committee 

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

Call for Sponsors 

The fourth conference on renewable electrical power sources will have one general patron and it may have several main sponsors and sponsors. The Organizer invites all companies and organizations to be sponsors of the 4th conference and to enter into sponsorship agreements as soon as possible in order to be entitled to conference fee payment in monthly installments 

Sponsor’s rights include: 

  • The sponsor’s name and logo will be printed in the appropriate, noticeable section in the final program and the conference invitation letter. 
  • The sponsor’s name or logo (50x50 cm) will be displayed at the central place of the hall during the conference. 
  • The sponsor’s name or logo will be displayed at the conference page, at the Organizer’s website 
  • At the exhibition within the conference, the sponsor will be entitled to an arranged exhibition area free of charge. 
  • Three professionals from the sponsor’s company or organization will be entitled to participation in the conference free of charge. 
  • The sponsor will be entitled to make a 10 minute presentation of its business program or new products to the conference attendees. The topic of that presentation will be included in the printed program of the conference. The sponsor’s presentation will be on a CD as an integral part of the conference material. 
  • The sponsor will be entitled to distribute prospectuses, catalogues and other professional and information material to the conference attendees.   

IMPORTANT NOTES   

  • In the application, the proposed topic and contents of the paper should be explained in an abstract of max. 200 words. 
  • A full-length paper should have maximum 6 pages. 
  • The official languages are English and Serbian. 
  • The conference fee for Serbian citizens is EUR 100 (or dinar countervalue), if the payment is effected by 1st October; after that date the conference fee is EUR 140 (in dinar countervalue). The conference fee includes: the printed Book of Abstracts, the Conference Proceedings (on a CD), the conference organization costs, official lunch after the end of the conference and other. 
  • SMEITS members and students will have 20% discount when paying the fee. 
  • 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. The papers will be published on a CD with its ISBN number. 
  • The Serbian Chamber of Commerce included the Fourth International Conference on Renewable Electrical Power Sources in its Continuous Training Programme.   

IMPORTANT DATES   

  • Submission of abstracts – by 3rd June 2016
  • Notice of abstract acceptance – by 17th June 2016
  • Submission of papers – by 22nd July 2016
  • Sending of paper review reports – by 12th August 2016
  • Submission of finished papers – by 9th September 2016
  • The Fourth International Conference on Renewable Electrical Power Sources – 17th and 18th October 2016   

Organizer  

Serbian Union of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers and Technicians (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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