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Technical University of Košice

Faculty of Civil Engineering

European Credit Transfer

System Information Package

1999
-
2000


Dean of Faculty :

Assoc. Prof. Stanislav
Kmeť, Ph.D



Technical University of Košice




Vysokoškolská street Nr. 4




040 01 Košice




Slovakia




Tel:

+421 95 63 353 11, 602 4001




Fax:

+421 95 62 33 219


Representative for International Relations:




Assoc. Prof. Dušan Katunský, Ph.D.




Technical University of Košice




Vysokoškolská street Nr. 4




040 01 Košice




Slovakia




T
el:

+421 95 602
-
4262 (
-
4118)




Fax:

+421 95 63 333 03




Email:

katunsky
@
tuke.sk











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CONTENTS





PAGE

B

Information about the


Faculty of Civil Engineering

3



1

Profile of the Faculty


3


2

Degree Courses



4


3

Description of the

Grading Syste
m



6

C

List of Courses



9





























3

B

Information about the Faculty of Civil Engineering


Dean of Faculty :

Prof. Ing. Pavol Juhás, DrSc.



Representative for International Relations:


Assoc. Prof. Ing. Ingrid Šenitková, PhD.



1

Prof
ile of the Faculty

The infrastructure for transport, water, land protection,
energy, industry and commerce and many of the works
undertaken to improve the environment, are the
product of the design skills of the consulting engineer
and the construction cap
abilities of civil engineering
contractors and their workforce. Prosperity of the country
is based on advanced industrial products and
sophisticated services. To provide these, a high
educational level is esential.

As a response to this, need the Faculty o
f Civil
Engineering of the Technical University, Košice was
established in 1976. Since that time, the Faculty mainly
serves the needs of Eastern Slovakia in education and
research in three field of civil engineering. Since the
establishment of the Faculty
2 700 civil engineers have
graduated. The Faculty is divided into 12 departments
plus dean´s office. The dean´s office serves as the
executive part of the faculty and secures its economic
and legal activities.

The departments are the basic parts of the Fac
ulty for
both research and teaching. To function effectively, the
departments consider close contacts with regional civil
engineering companies and the rest society to be
essential and so, cooperate with them.

The Faculty of Civil Engineering is a communit
y built of
the faculty, staff and students. They are engaged in

4

teaching, learning and research. During this academic
year 5 full professors, 32 associate professors, 74 senior
lecturers provided education at the Faculty. More than
760 students from Slovak
ia and abroad were enroled in
the part year.




2

Degree Courses


At the Faculty it is possible to obtain an engineering
degree equal to the more internationally title of
“Master“. In Slovak this title is abbreviated as “Ing.“ and
is affixed before nam
e of the graduate. The Faculty of
Civil Engineering offers programs in four main study
branches:



Building Engineering



Structural and Transportation Engineering



Environmental Engineering



Realization of Buildings


Building Engineering


The main content of t
he study of this study branch is the
design and planning of housing, industrial and
agricultural buildings while the environmental protection
points are taken into account. Graduates from this study
branch can work as a general designers or designer
specia
list at the all levels of constructional designing.
There are following majors :


-

Building engineering


-

Architecture


-

Building reconstruction


-

Static analysis of building construction


-

Technical appliances of buildings.


Structural and Transporta
tion Engineering


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The study is mainly focused on the design of concrete,
steel, and timber structures, the design of roads,
highways, underground structures, and building
foundations. Students can achieve a wide and deep
knowledge in the civil engineering m
anagement and
economics and a basic knowledge in the area of
building constructions, hydraulic structures, geology and
surveying. A graduate can work on project
development, at a construction site and in research as a
structural designer, construction tech
nician or
technologist.

Majors:


-

Steel structures and bridges


-

Concrete structures and bridges


-

Transportation engineering


-

Geotechnic and underground buildings.


Environmental Engineering

The study of this branch enables a graduate to deal with
c
omplicated problems in the area of civil engineering
connected with ecology. Special attention is drawn to
the management and monitoring of environmental
processes, legislation and economic problems
concerning environment protection. The graduate can
work
as a designer, construction technician as well as a
specialist for state government offices.

There are two majors:


-

Indoor Building Environment


-

Outdoor Environment.


Realization of Buildings

This study branch is mainly focused at all task of
technolo
gical design in the investment processes.
Graduates can plan and control the building

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production, find the solution of the development
problems and use new technologies in civil engineering.


Engineers who have graduated at an Masters degree
level or its e
quivalent may apply for admission to
postgraduate training. The primary objective of this
training is to enable a capable and ambitious graduate
engineer to acquire further knowledge within a defined
field and to prepare him for responsible research and
de
velopment work in engineering.

There are two forms of postgraduate training at the
Faculty: internal (full time) and external (part time). The
duration of the internal postgraduate training is
maximum 4 years, for the external form five years are
usual.

P
hD degree

is awarded after completing the
postgraduate study. To obtain a PhD degree one has to
complete independently a scientific research project of
substantial character under the supervision of a
professor. The postgraduate study at the Faculty is
ava
ilable in the following directions: Theory and
Construction of Building Structures, Theory and Structural
Transportation Engineering, Technology of Buildings,
Environmental Engineering.


3

Description of the Grading Systém


Studies start in the winter seme
ster every year. The
standard period of study is 10 semesters. The standard
basic course lasts 4 semesters. The major studies begin
with fundamental principles in the required subjects of
the degree course chosen in the 5
t h

and 6
t h

semester. The
7
t h

and 8
t
h

semester is the period of advanced studies,
which concludes with elective subjects, study assignment
and diploma thesis in 9
t h

and 10
t h

semester. A

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characteristic of this period of studies is the largely
individual design of the training through the choi
ce of
elective subjects and the use of the wide range of such
subject in teaching and research offered by the Faculty.

The common basic course of all courses includes
mathematics, computer science, mechanics, physics,
materials science, zoography, economy,

chemistry,
geology, history of civil engineering, fundament of
engineering design, philosophy, hydraulic and hydrology,
ecology in civil engineering.


Special Equipment

The faculty of Civil Engineering has some computer
centers with high
-
grade computing e
quipment and a
Central Laboratories. They are used for laboratory courses
and research.






Current Research Emphasis and Contract Research

The main direction of research work at the Faculty fall
into these areas:



optimization of structural concrete, ste
el, timber, and
composite elements by using modern experimental
and design methods in harmony with present level of
the theory of reliability;



modernization and reconstruction of civil engineering
structures;



energy reduction during construction and servic
e life
of buildings;



secondary materials utilization;



economic and social aspect of our economic
transition to market economy.


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At present research groups of the faculty work on these
main grant project:



Combined reinforcing of concrete elements and
structu
res;



Mechanism of elasto
-
plastic deformation of steel
structures under single and repeated loading;



Investigation of the stress
-
strain state of prestressed
concrete bridges during long
-
term traffic.




Opportunities for Students


Students have excellent o
pportunities for research and
training. The equipment of the laboratories meets basic
modern technical requirements. In particular this also
applies to the computing equipment available. Students
can use equipment for individual research work,
particularly

for writing assignments and diploma thesis,
as well as for the compulsory courses in laboratory work.
In connection with the expansion of Technical University
of Košice, further workstations for students are planned.





















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C

List of Courses


1

Mainly Courses for Basic Studies


FIRST YEAR


Title:

Mathematics I

Credits:

9

Lecturers:

Assoc. Prof. RNDr. M. Csontóová, PhD.

csontom
@
tuke.sk


Assoc. Prof. RNDr. M. Pavluš, PhD.

pavlus
@
tuke.sk


10

Lectures/Exercises:

4 / 4

Takes pla
ce during:

1
st

semester

Contents: Linear algebra; analytic geometry in space;
sequences
-

limit, improper limit, convergence and
inequalities, monotonic sequences; function of one real
variable; differential calculus; integral calculus; indefinite
integral
; definite integral.



Title:

Mathematics II

Credits:

8

Lecturers:

Prof. RNDr. Š. Černák, PhD.



Assoc. Prof. RNDr. M. Csontóová, PhD.

csontom
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

4 / 4

Takes place during:

2
nd

semester

Contents: Functions of several variables and their
differentiation; ordinary differential equations;
double
and triple integrals; line integrals; surface integrals; vector

spaces.


Title:

Descriptive Geometry I

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. RNDr. J. Maligda, PhD.
Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

1
st

semester

Contents: Basic property geo
metric formations in a plane

and surface; lines and areas; surface formations display in

parallel projection and linear perspective; Morge
projection.


Title:

Descriptive Geometry II

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. RNDr. J. Maligda, PhD.

Lectures/Exe
rcises:

1 / 2

Takes place during:

1
st

semester


11

Contents: Basic property of important planes of civil
engineering practice and their projection; topographical
surface.


Title:

Economy

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. E. Farkašová, PhD.

Lectures/Exerc
ises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

1
st

semester

Contents: Basic knowledge in macro
-

and micro
-
economy, it is the starting point for the following
economic subjects. It is addressed to economic relations
in society, apply abstract mechanisms and their
function
ing, helps to understand the logic of real
economic processes.



Title:

Geology

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Prof. Ing. Zábranský, PhD.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

1
st

semester

Contents: Interaction between civil engineering structure
and the
environment; characteristics of rocks, soils and
foundation soils from the use in civil engineering practice
point of view.


Title:

History of Architecture I

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch A. Priatková, PhD.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 0

Takes place during
:

1
st

semester

Contents: Civil Engineering historical development from
the prehistorical age to classicism; architectural styles;
structures and materials used in given historical periods.



12

Title:

History of Architecture II

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch A
. Priatková, PhD.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 0

Takes place during:

2
nd

semester

Contents: Overview of the history of architecture in the
19
t h

and 20
t h

centuries, including contemporary
tendencies in the region of Central Europe.


Title:

Chemistry

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Prof. RNDr. K. Tkáčová, DrSc.


jantkac
@
dodo.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 1

Takes place during:

1
st

semester

Contents: Enhancing the knowledge in chemistry in
relation with its environmental application. It gives
a

complex view on inorganic

and organic chemistry,
chemical analysis of the construction materials, corrosive
process mechanism, water pollutants and solid waste
analysis.



Title:

Physics I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Olčák, DrSc.


Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place duri
ng:

2
nd

semester

Contents: Classical mechanics (kinematics and dynamics

of particle, dynamics of system of particles; dynamics of
rigid body), physical fields; mechanics of fluids and gases.




Title:

Theoretical Mechanics

Credits:

5


13

Lecturer:

Assoc. Pr
of. Ing.
V. Krištofovič, PhD.

kristof
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

2
nd

semester

Contents: Basic terms, principles, and laws; plane and
spatial force systems; central axis of systems; statics of
mass point and rigid plate; statics of
compound plane
systems; product of inertia, moment of inertia;
geometrical characteristics of compound cross
-
sections;
principle of virtual work; friction; centre of gravity of lines
and plane surface; linear vibration.


Title:

Drawing for Civil Engineer
s

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. E. Šlepkovský, PhD.
Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2

Takes place during:

2
nd

semester

Contents: Basic drawing terms and rules for civil
engineering documentation; using of graphical method
at building structures; basic
elements of building
constructions.


Title:

Building Materials

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. T. Ďurica, PhD.


tibordu
@
tuke.sk




Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

2
nd

semester

Contents: Structure and properties of building mater
ials;
aggregates; building stone, secondary materials; glass;
ceramic; cements; concrete; mortar; wood; mortar and
concrete admixture; lightweight concrete; special
concrete; binders; glue; coating.




14



Title:

Philosophy

Credits:

2

Lecturers:

Assoc.
Prof.
Kačmaríková, PhD.



Assoc. Prof. Polanová, PhD.



Lectures/Exercises:

1 / 1

Takes place during:

2
nd

semester

Contents: It provides knowledge of basic development
streams in philosophy from ancient times up to the
present day. The subject enables to unders
tand the
development of philosophy as a gradual process of the
knowledge growth, as a development of knowledge
about the world and man.


Optional Courses :

Slovak Language for Foreign
Students


Physical Training




SECOND YEAR

Study Branch:

Building
E
ngineering







All specifications







Title:

Mathematics III

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. RNDr. M. Csontóová, PhD.

csontom
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: A term of infinite series; convergent and
dive
rgent series; functional series derivation and
integration; power series, Taylor´s and Fourier´s series.


15

Title:

Physics II

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Olčák, DrSc.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Electrical

interaction; magnetic interaction;
electromagnetic field; mechanical and electromagnetic
oscillators; wave motion; electromagnetic waves;
interference; refraction and polarization.


Title:

Statics of Structures I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing
.

V. Krištofovič, PhD.

kristof
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Primary and secondary load; internal forces;
internal forces distribution for basic statically determinate
structures, plate framework under ba
sic load types;
frameworks; methods of virtual works and deformation
work; deflection curves; live load.


Title:

Statics of Structures II

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. V. Krištofovič, PhD.

kristof
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes
place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Statically in
-
determinate structures
-

definition;
methods; static methods; slope deflection method.


Title:

Elasticity and Plasticity I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. J. Ďuraj, PhD.


durajj
@
tuke.sk






16

L
ectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Basic terms, theory of elasticity; analysis of
stress state and deformation in a point; basic equations
of the theory of elasticity; bar analysis
-

tension,
compression, shear, bend, torsi
on; combined load;
stability of straight bar; strain and virtual works of elastic
bar.

Title:

Elasticity and Plasticity II

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. J. Ďuraj, PhD.


durajj
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Torsion and bend of thin
-
walled bars; static
method and slope deflection method (Beltrami and
Lame equations); wall equati
on, plate equation;
differential method for walls and plates; principles of
virtual work, variation principles; Ritz method; finite
elements method; rotary, cylindrical, and flat shell
-

membrane method; basic principles of theory of
plasticity.


Title
:

Building Structures I

Credits:

6

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. E. Šlepkovský, PhD.

Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 3

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Shape, static action, and classification of
basic structural elements; modular coordination and
unif
ication; masonry; windows, doors, chimneys;
constructions of ceiling, floor, balcony, stairs.


Title:

Building Structures II

Credits:

7


17

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. M. Smutný, PhD.

smutny
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 3

Takes place during:

4
t h

s
emester

Contents: Structural and static analysis, modular
coordination of wall and column, as well as combined
systems; monolithic and assembled systems; dilatations;
peripheral walls; dividing walls; classification and basic
rules of roof structures.


Ti
tle:

Drawing

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. A. Priatková





Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Basic drawing and graphical methods
-

architectural design, drawing in perspective, figural and
buildings drawing, rela
tion between figure and space.


Title:

Computers and Programming

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

RNDr. Cs. T
ő
r
ő
k, PhD.



torokcs
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: MS DOS, Norton Commander, UNIX, EXCELL,
electron
ic mail. Basics of computer engineering.


Title:

Buildings typology I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Bobčák

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Space demands and relationships, dimension
design of buildings, rooms
and their appliances from the

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human body point of view. Typology of different purpose
buildings.


Title:

Geodesy

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Prof. Ing. J. Šutti, DrSc.

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 3

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Surveying medium,
positional surveying and
calculations at positional systems, angle and distance
surveying, trigonometric and polygonometric
calculations. Levelling and calculation, levelling systems.
Positional detailed surveying methods of terrain totalitus,
determinatio
n of areas and volumes, map sheet and
their utilization in Civil Engineering.


Title:

Architectural Project I

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Bobčák

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Basic data of architectural
projects
-

composition, preliminary design in plane, space, optical
corrections; simple architectural structures
-

telephone
box, bus station, book
-
stall, summer house, cottage.
Family house.


Title:

Machines in Civil Engineering

Credits:

2

Lecturer
:

As
soc. Prof. Ing. Ľ. Cais, PhD.


cais
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 1

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Importance and main task of machine systems
in the civil engineering process, main definitions, single

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groups of machines, their characterist
ic; machines for
earthworks, transportation, manipulation and
manufacturing of concrete mixture and other building
materials, machines and equipment for vertical
trransport. Utilization and maintenance of machines.


Title:

Ecology in Civil Engineering


Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. I. Šenitková, PhD.

ingrid
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Environmental problems; special attentions in
devoted to natural sources; influence of buildings and
building
activities on the environmental load.


Title:

Geodesy Practice

Credits:

1

Lecturer:

Prof. Ing. J. Šutti, DrSc.

Duration:

1 week

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Surveying tools using, positional surveying and
calculations at positional s
ystems, angle and distance
surveying, trigonometric and polygonometric
calculations. Levelling and calculation, levelling systems.
Positional detailed surveying methods of particular
terrain.


Title:

Universal Language

Credits:

0

Lecturer:

Department o
f Languages

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2; 0 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd
, 4
t h

semester



Optional Courses :

Physical Training


20





Numerical Mathematics and
Mathematical Statistics


SECOND YEAR

Study Branch:

Buildings
Realization


Title:

Applied mathematics

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. RNDr. M. Csontóová, PhD.

csontom
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: A term of infinite series; convergent and
divergent series; functional series derivation and
integration; powe
r series, Taylor´s and Fourier´s series.


Title:

Physics II

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Olčák, DrSc.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Electrical interaction; magnetic interaction;
electromagnetic field; mech
anical and electromagnetic
oscillators ; wave motion; electromagnetic waves;
interference; refraction and polarization.


Title:

Statics of Structures I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. V. Krištofovič, PhD.

kristof
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercise
s:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Primary and secondary load; internal forces;
internal forces distribution for basic statically determinate
structures, plate framework under basic load types;

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frameworks; methods of virtual works and defo
rmation
work; deflection curves; live load.


Title:

Statics of Structures II

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. V. Krištofovič, PhD.

kristof
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Statically in
-
determinate structures
-

definition;
methods; static methods; slope deflection method.


Title:

Basic
s of Elasticity and Plasticity

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. J. Ďuraj, PhD.


durajj
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Basic terms, theory of elasticity; analysis of
stress state and deformation i
n a point; basic equations
of the theory of elasticity; bar analysis
-

tension,
compression, shear, bend, torsion; combined load;
stability of straight bar; strain and virtual works of elastic
bar.




Title:

Elasticity and Plasticity

Credits:

4

Lect
urer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. J.
Ďuraj, PhD.


durajj
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Torsion and bend of thin
-
walled bars; static
method and slope deflection method (Beltrami and
Lame equations); wall equation, plate equation;

22

differentia
l method for walls and plates; principles of
virtual work, variation principles; Ritz method; finite
elements method; rotary, cylindrical, and flat shell
-

membrane method; basic principles of theory of
plasticity.


Title:

Building Structures I

Cred
its:

7

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. E. Šlepkovský, PhD.

Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 3

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Shape, static action, and classification of
basic structural elements; modular coordination and
unification; masonry; windows, door
s, chimneys;
constructions of ceiling, floor, balcony, stairs.



Title:

Building Structures II

Credits:

7

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. M. Smutný, PhD.

smutny
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 3

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Structural a
nd static analysis, modular
coordination of wall and column, as well as combined
systems; monolithic and assembled systems; dilatations;
peripheral walls; dividing walls; classification and basic
rules of roof structures.


Title:

Drawing

Credits:

3

Lec
turer:

Ing. Arch. A. Priatková





Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester


23

Contents: Basic drawing and graphical methods
-

architectural design, drawing in perspective, figural and
buildings drawing, relation between figure and space.




Title:

Computers and Programming

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

RNDr. Cs. T
ő
r
ő
k, PhD.



torokcs
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: MS DOS, Norton Commander, UNIX, EXCELL,
electronic mail. Basics of computer e
ngineering.


Title:

Buildings typology I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Bobčák

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Space demands and relationships, dimension
design of buildings, rooms and their appliances from the

human body point of view. Typology of different purpose
buildings.


Title:

Geodesy

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Prof. Ing. J. Šutti, DrSc.

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 3

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Surveying medium, positional surveying and
calc
ulations at positional systems, angle and distance
surveying, trigonometric and polygonometric
calculations. Levelling and calculation, levelling systems.
Positional detailed surveying methods of terrain totalitus,

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determination of areas and volumes, map s
heet and
their utilization in Civil Engineering.


Title:

Geodesy Practice

Credits:

1

Lecturer:

Prof. Ing. J. Šutti, DrSc.

Duration:

1 week

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Surveying tools using, positional surveying and
calculations at
positional systems, angle and distance
surveying, trigonometric and polygonometric
calculations. Levelling and calculation, levelling systems.
Positional detailed surveying methods of particular
terrain.


Title:

Automation of Engineering Problems
I

Cr
edits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. M. Dilský




dilsky
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Operational system of WINDOWS 97, WINDOWS

NT as well as a basic package of WORD and EXCEL
offices.


Title:

Machines in Civil Engine
ering

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing.
Ľ. Cais, PhD.


cais
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 1

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Importance and main task of machine systems
in the civil engineering process, main definitions, single
groups of machines, their characteristic; machines for


25

earthworks, transportation, manipulation and
manufacturing of concrete mixture and other building
materials, machines and equipment for vertical
trransport. Utilization and maintenance of machines.



Title:

Universal language

Credits:

0

Lecturer:

De
partment of Languages

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2; 0 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd
, 4
t h

semester




Optional Courses :

Physical Training


SECOND YEAR

Study Branch:

Environmental
Engineering



Title:

Physics II

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ol
čák, DrSc.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Electrical interaction; magnetic interaction;
electromagnetic field; mechanical and electromagnetic
oscillators ; wave motion; electromagnetic waves;
interference; refracti
on and polarization.


Title:

Statics of Structures I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. V. Krištofovič, PhD.

kristof
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 1

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester


26

Contents: Primary and secondary load; internal forces;
in
ternal forces distribution for basic statically determinate
structures, plate framework under basic load types;
frameworks; methods of virtual works and deformation
work; deflection curves; live load.


Title:

Statics of Structures II

Credits:

6

Lecture
r:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. V. Krištofovi
č, PhD.

kristof
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 3

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Statically in
-
determinate structures
-

definition;
methods; static methods; slope deflection method.


Title:

Basics of Elasticity and Plasticity

Credits
:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. J. Ďuraj, PhD.


durajj
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Basic terms, theory of elasticity; analysis of
stress state and deformation in a point; basic equations
of the theory
of elasticity; bar analysis
-

tension,
compression, shear, bend, torsion; combined load;
stability of straight bar; strain and virtual works of elastic
bar.



Title:

Building Structures

Credits:

7

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. A. Vaškovičová, PhD.


v
askovic
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 3

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester


27

Contents: Shape, static action, and classification of
basic structural elements; modular coordination and
unification; masonry; windows, doors, chimneys;
constructions of ceiling, f
loor, balcony, stairs.



Title:

Building Construction Systems

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Ing. J. Vojtuš, PhD.




Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Structural and static analysis of building
construction systems, their mod
ular coordination in
relation to the dimensions coordination, rules of objects
space rigidity design and security.


Title:

Computers and Programming

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

RNDr. Cs. T
ő
r
ő
k, PhD.



torokcs
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

Takes p
lace during:3
rd

semester

Contents: MS DOS, Norton Commander, UNIX, EXCELL,
electronic mail. Basics of computer engineering.


Title:

Mathematical Statistics

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

RNDr. Cs. T
ő
r
ő
k, PhD.



torokcs
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Take
s place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Theory of probability; probability and
independence; random variables and distributions;
mathematical statistics
-

basic theory; point and interval
estimation, correlation and regression; stochastic
processes.


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Ti
tle:

Environmental Chemistry

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Prof. RNDr. N. Števulová, PhD.


stevula
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Enhancing the knowledge in chemistry in
relation with its environmental applica
tion. It gives
a

complex view on inorganic and organic chemistry,
chemical analysis of the construction materials, corrosive
process mechanism, water pollutants and solid waste
analysis.








Title:

Bio
-
engineering

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. In
g. I. Šenitková, PhD.


ingrid
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 1

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Global solution to the problem of energy
consumption of thee building environment systém.
Urban, architectural influences, influences of thermo
-
tec
hnical properties of object, influence of technical
appliances. Secondary and renewable energy sources in
buildings. Analysis of energy consumption of buildings.


Title:

Automation of Engineering Problems
I

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. M. Dilský




dils
ky
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2


29

Takes place during:4
t h

semester

Contents: Operational system of WINDOWS 97, WINDOWS

NT as well as a basic package of WORD and EXCEL
offices.


Title:

Ecology in Civil Engineering

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof.

Ing. I. Šenitková, PhD.

ingrid
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Environmental problems; special attentions in
devoted to natural sources; influence of buildings and
building activities on the environmental loa
d.


Title:

Ecological Material Quality

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

Prof. RNDr. N. Števulová, PhD.


stevula
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 1

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Building materials typology from ecological
point of view. Health
and sick buildings. Efficiency of
harmful building materials on a human body.






Title:

Management

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. E. Farkašová, PhD.

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Development of manageme
nt and its schools,
Japanese and American management philosophies;
managements in Civil Engineering; the utilization of the

30

state of the art of management in the world.






Title:

Buildings typology I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Bobčák

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Space demands and relationships, dimension
design of buildings, rooms and their appliances from the
human body point of view. Typology of different purpose
b
uildings.



Title:

Universal language

Credits:

0

Lecturer:

Department of Languages

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2; 0 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd
, 4
t h

semester


Optional Courses :

Physical Training


SECOND YEAR

Study Branch:

Structural and
Transportati
on Engineering


Title:

Applied mathematics

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. RNDr. M. Csontóová, PhD.

csontom
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: A term of infinite series; convergent and
divergent series; function
al series derivation and
integration; power series, Taylor´s and Fourier´s series.


Title:

Physics II


31

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Olčák, DrSc.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 3

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Electrical interaction; magneti
c interaction;
electromagnetic field; mechanical and electromagnetic
oscillators ; wave motion; electromagnetic waves;
interference; refraction and polarization.


Title:

Statics of Structures I

Credits:

6

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. V. Krištofovič, Ph
D.

kristof
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Primary and secondary load; internal forces;
internal forces distribution for basic statically determinate
structures, plate framework under basic load types;
fra
meworks; methods of virtual works and deformation
work; deflection curves; live load.


Title:

Statics of Structures II

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. V. Krištofovič, PhD.

kristof
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Statically in
-
determinate structures
-

definition;
methods; static methods; slope deflection method.


Title:

Basics
of Elasticity and Plasticity

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. J. Ďuraj, PhD.


durajj
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2


32

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Basic terms, theory of elasticity; analysis of
stress state and deformation in
a point; basic equations
of the theory of elasticity; bar analysis
-

tension,
compression, shear, bend, torsion; combined load;
stability of straight bar; strain and virtual works of elastic
bar.



Title:

Elasticity

Credits:

6

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof.

Ing. J. Ďuraj, PhD.


durajj
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Torsion and bend of thin
-
walled bars; static
method and slope deflection method (Beltrami and
Lame equations); wall equation, plate equation;
di
fferential method for walls and plates; principles of
virtual work, variation principles; Ritz method; finite
elements method; rotary, cylindrical, and flat shell
-

membrane method.


Title:

Building Structures

Credits:

7

Lecturer:

Ing. A. Vaškovičová, P
hD.




vaskovic
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 3

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester

Contents: Shape, static action, and classification of
basic structural elements; modular coordination and
unification; masonry; windows, doors, chimneys;
constructions of

ceiling, floor, balcony, stairs; dilatations;
peripheral walls; dividing walls; classification and basic
rules of roof structures.




33

Title:

Building Construction Systems

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. M. Smutný, PhD.

smutny
@
tuke.sk





Lecture
s/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Structural and static analysis of building
construction systems, their modular coordination in
relation to the dimensions coordination, rules of objects
space rigidity design and security. Monol
ithic and
assembled systems.


Title:

Technical Equipment of Buildings

kalas
@
tuke.sk


Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. J. Kalaš, Phd.



Lectures/Exercises:

1 / 1

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Basics of sanitary engineering; heating;
ventilation and air conditioning; electricity for buildings.
Relationships between pipes distribution systems and
building constructions from the architectural and static
points of view.


Title:

Ecology in Civil Engineering

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Assoc
. Prof. Ing. I. Šenitková, PhD.

ingrid
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Environmental problems; special attentions in
devoted to natural sources; influence of buildings and
building activities on the environmen
tal load.


Title:

Numerical Mathematics and


34


Mathematical Statistics

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

RNDr. Cs. T
ő
r
ő
k, PhD.



torokcs
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Approximate solution of equations, definite
int
egrals, systems of linear and non
-
linear equations;
function interpolation; numerical solution of ordinary and
partial differential equations; theory of probability;
probability and independence; random variables and
distributions; mathematical statistics
-

basic theory; point
and interval estimation, correlation and regression;
stochastic processes.



Title:

Geodesy

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Prof. Ing. J. Šutti, DrSc.

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 3

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Surveying mediu
m, positional surveying and
calculations at positional systems, angle and distance
surveying, trigonometric and polygonometric
calculations. Levelling and calculation, levelling systems.
Positional detailed surveying methods of terrain totalitus,
determina
tion of areas and volumes, map sheet and
their utilization in Civil Engineering.


Title:

Automation of Engineering Problems
I

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

RNDr. Cs. T
ő
r
ő
k, PhD.



torokcs
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2

Takes place during:

3
rd

semester


35

Contents: Operational system of WINDOWS 97, WINDOWS

NT as well as a basic package of WORD and EXCEL
offices.


Title:

Automation of Engineering Problems
II

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. M. Rovňák, PhD.



rovnak
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Analysis and modelling of a structure,
application MKP for its solving helping software working
on this basis.


Title:

Geodesy practic
e

Credits:

1

Lecturer:

Prof. Ing. J. Šutti, DrSc.

Duration:

1 week

Takes place during:

4
t h

semester

Contents: Surveying tools using, positional surveying and
calculations at positional systems, angle and distance
surveying, trigonometric and polygono
metric
calculations. Levelling and calculation, levelling systems.
Positional detailed surveying methods of particular
terrain.




Title:

Universal language

Credits:

0

Lecturer:

Department of Languages

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2; 0 / 2

Takes place dur
ing:3
rd
, 4
t h

semester



Optional Courses :

Physical Training


36


2.

Specialized part of study


THIRD YEAR


Study Branch:

Building
Engineering




Specification: All specifications

besides Architecture





Title:

Concrete Structures I

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. S. Priganc, PhD.

priganc
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Concrete technology, principles for
compressive, tensile, flexural, and axial design of cross
sections, ultimate limit states, loa
ds on structures,
combined static and dynamic loads, serviceability limit
state
-

deflection and cracking, design of plane
concrete, reinforced concrete elements and masonries,
reinforced concrete members loaded with torsional
moments, punching shear and o
ther local loads.


Title:

Concrete Structures II

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. S. Priganc, PhD.

priganc
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Prestressed concrete
-

design of post
-
tension
and pre
-
te
nsion members, design of two
-
ways slabs,
walls, rotationally symetric structures.


Title:

Statics of Structures III

Credits:

4


37

Lecturer:

Ing. D. Tóthová, PhD.




dtothova
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: T
heory of elastic subsoil
-

Winkler theory,
Pasternak theory, theory of elastic half
-
plane and half
-
space, Zhemochkin theory. Matrix form of deflection
method
-

bar structures, transversally loaded plane
structures, grillages, space bar structures. Dead and

live
load.




Title:

Engineering Geology

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. P. Mitro, PhD.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Interaction between civil engineering structure
and the environment, characteristic o
f rocks, soils as
foundations soil. Interaction of underground water and
building, erosion, weathering, suffusion, geophysics,
geotechnical survey.




Title:

Elements of Steel Structures

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. Š. Kolcún, PhD.



kolcuns
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: It deals with steel structures elements design
and construction. Analysis of construction material
properties, definitions of reliability, junctions, problems
with elements s
tability at an individual and combined
stress.




Title:

Roofs Structures


38

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Ing. J. Hirčko, PhD.




jhircko
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Roof structures, general rules for the design of
roof structures for small spans (roof trusses, flat roofs).
Rules for structural de
sign of supporting structure and
roof covering from the thermo
-
technical and water
-
proof insulation point of view. Classification and general
rules of design of large
-
span roof structures.




Title:

Light Fitted Structures

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing.
A. Závadová, PhD.




Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Structural rules of design and theoretical
verification of window, door, glazed walls, and light
-
weight envelope structures. Structures of light, assembled
dividing
walls and soffits.




Title:

Engineering Heat Technology

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. Š. Ondáš, PhD.


ondas
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Problems of heat transmission and moisture in
b
uildings, heat convection of internal spaces and
protection against heat losses, heat flows, methodology
of evaluation from the thermo
-
technical and moisture
regime point of view under stationary and non
-
stationary
conditions.





39

Title:

Sanitary Engineerin
g

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. Z. Vranayová, PhD.



vranayo
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Design and calculation of water, drainage,
and gas distribution systems. Feeding pipes and main
parts of ind
ividual systems
-

rules of their positioning in
the structure. Sanitary and technical appliances for
buildings.Alternative ways of solution at specific
conditions from ecologic point of view.


Title:

Building Structure Typology

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Bobčák




Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Urban planning, analysis of civic and dwelling
houses, basic typological requirements for civic and
dwelling houses in the design of halls, stairs, elevators,
doors
, lavatories, changing rooms, etc. Typology of
family and flat houses, children gardens, primary schools,
small shops, shelters, dormitories.


Title:

Typological Project

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. E. Martončík




Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

T
akes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Typological project of a two floor family
house, with cellar, scale 1:50.

Title:

Heating

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. M. Lichner, PhD.





40

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: He
at convection, relation between buildings
and internal heating systems, progressive heating systems
and their application, design and calculation of heating
system.


Title:

Soil Mechanics and Foundations

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. P. Mi
tro, PhD.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Load transmission from structures into
foundation soil, soil characteristics, stress, stability, and
deformation of soil bodies. Static design of foundations,
the best choic
e of foundation type.


Title:

Structural Project I

Credits:

3

Lecturer:

Department of Building Structures

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Project of a two floor family house, with cellar,
scale 1:50.


Title:

A
utomation of Engineering Problems
II

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. M. Dilský






dilsky
@
tuke.sk

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Analysis and modelling of a structure,
application MKP for its solving helping sof
tware working
on this basis.


41


Title:

Industrial Experiential Programme

Credits:

0

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. C. Klinec, PhD.



Lectures/Exercises:

3 weeeks

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Retrieval of practical and theoretical
kno
wledges and experiences from civil engineering
practise aimed at acquiantance with bussines of
manager of building, designer or research worker.


Optional Courses :

Physical Training

Computer Graphics and CAD
Systems I

Computer Graphics and CAD
Systems II


THIRD YEAR


Study Branch: Building
Engineering




Specification: Architecture







Title:

Concrete Structures I

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. S. Priganc, PhD.

priganc
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

C
ontents: Concrete technology, principles for
compressive, tensile, flexural, and axial design of cross
sections, ultimate limit states, loads on structures,
combined static and dynamic loads, serviceability limit
state
-

deflection and cracking, design of
plane
concrete, reinforced concrete elements and masonries,

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reinforced concrete members loaded with torsional
moments, punching shear and other local loads.


Title:

Concrete Structures II

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. S. Priganc, PhD.

priganc
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Prestressed concrete
-

design of post
-
tension
and pre
-
tension members, design of two
-
ways slabs,
walls, rotationally symetric structures.



Title:

Roofs Structures

Credi
ts:

5

Lecturer:

Ing. J. Hir
čko, PhD.




jhircko
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Roof structures, general rules for the design of
roof structures for small spans (roof trusses, flat roofs).
Rules for structural design of supporting st
ructure and
roof covering from the thermo
-
technical and water
-
proof insulation point of view. Classification and general
rules of design of large
-
span roof structures.





Title:

Light Fitted Structures

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Ing. A. Závadová, PhD.




Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Structural rules of design and theoretical
verification of window, door, glazed walls, and light
-

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weight envelope structures. Structures of light, assembled
dividing walls and soffits.





Title:

Engineering Heat Technology

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. Š. Ondáš, PhD.



ondas
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Problems of heat transmission and moisture in
buildings, heat con
vection of internal spaces and
protection against heat losses, heat flows, methodology
of evaluation from the thermo
-
technical and moisture
regime point of view under stationary and non
-
stationary
conditions.





Title:

Acoustic and Daylighting

Credi
ts:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. Š. Ondáš, PhD.



ondas
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Sound transmission and absorption in
buildings, protection of internal spaces from the point of
view of acoustic co
mfort, quality of buildings from the
sufficiecy daylighting point of view.




Title:

Building Structure Typology

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Bob
čák




Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Urban planning, analysis of civic and dwelling
houses, basic typological requirements for civic and
dwelling houses in the design of halls, stairs, elevators,

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doors, lavatories, c
hanging rooms, etc. Typology of
family and flat houses, children gardens, primary schools,
small shops, shelters, dormitories.

Title:

Public Building Typology

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Bobčák




Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Typology of civic buildings of higher level for
the public: restaurants and temporary residences, motels,
hotels, administration buildings, clubs, cinemas,
hospitals, garages, parking places.


Title:

Structural Project I

C
redits:

3

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. V. Kostelný





Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

Takes place during:6
t h

semester

Contents: Project of a two flat family house, with cellar,
scale 1:50.


Title:

Architectural Project I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

KFFU








Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 5

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Basic data of architectural projects
-

composition, preliminary design in plane, space, optical
corrections; simple architectural structures
-

telephone
box, bus station, book
-
stall, summ
er house,cottage.
Family house.


Title:

Architectural Project II

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

KFFU









45

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 5

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Project of a dwelling house; architecture as a
spiritual symbol and symbol of
fine arts.



Title:

Renewal of Historical Buildings and


Monuments Protection

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Krcho







Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 0

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Renewal of historical buildings, architectural
styles,

historical and historically preserved buildings, art
works in civil engineering. Differences in structure works
of reconstruction of reconstruction and renewing of
these building considering the necessity their historical
values.


Title:

History of Arc
hitecture and Art I

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Markovič





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 0

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Overview of history and development of
architecture and fine art from the prehistorical age to
classicism, esp
ecially in the region of Central Europe.


Title:

History of Architecture and Art II

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Markovič





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 0

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester


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Contents: Overview of the history of architecture, fine

arts and design to renascence and baroq, including
tendencies in the region of Central Europe.


Title:

Drawing and Modelling I

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Lacko







Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 4

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Bas
ic drawing and graphical methods
-

architectural design, drawing in perspective, influence of
emotions and feelings on creative activities. Figural
drawing, relation between figure and space.


Title:

Drawing and Modelling II

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Lacko







Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 3

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Modelling of buildings and figures through a
model, rudiments of graphical design.


Title:

Seminar in Drawing

Credits:

1

Lecturer:

Ing. Arch. Lacko







Lectu
res/Exercises:

1 week

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Figural drawing
-

from the skull to a model


Title:

Industrial Experiential Programme

Credits:

0

Lecturer:

Ing. Marton
čík





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Lectures/Exercises:

2 weeeks

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Retrieval of practical and theoretical
knowledges and experiences from civil engineering
practise aimed at acquiantance with bussines of
manager of building, designer or resear
ch worker.


Optional Courses :

Physical Training all subjects from
obligatory subjects of any
branches



THIRD YEAR


Study Branch:

Structural and
Transportation Engineering




Title:

Concrete Structures I

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. S. Priga
nc, PhD.

priganc
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Concrete technology, principles for
compressive, tensile, flexural, and axial design of cross
sections, ultimate limit states, loads on structures,
combined

static and dynamic loads, serviceability limit
state
-

deflection and cracking, design of plane
concrete, reinforced concrete elements and masonries,
reinforced concrete members loaded with torsional
moments, punching shear and other local loads.


Title:

Concrete Structures II

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. S. Priganc, PhD.

priganc
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester


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Contents: Prestressed concrete
-

design of post
-
tension
and pre
-
tension members, design of tw
o
-
ways slabs,
walls, rotationally symetric structures.



Title:

Statics of Structures III

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. D. Tóthová, PhD.




dtothova
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Theory of elastic subsoil
-

Winkler theory,
Pasternak theory, theory of elastic half
-
plane and half
-
space, Zhemochkin theory. Matrix form of deflection
method
-

bar structures, transversally loaded plane
structures, grillages, space bar structures. Dead and live
load.




Title:

En
gineering Geology

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. P. Mitro, PhD.



Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Interaction between civil engineering structure
and the environment. It deals composition and
properties of ro
cks and soils, that create foundations soil.




Title:

Elements of Steel Structures

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. Š. Kolcún, PhD.


kolcuns
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 3

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: It deals with steel st
ructures elements design
and construction. Analysis of construction material

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properties, definitions of reliability, junctions, problems
with elements stability at an individual and combined
stress.




Title:

Water Structures

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

As
soc. Prof. Ing. A. Švecová, PhD.

Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Basic knowledges about construction aiming
of individual water structures; conception of solution and

main rules their economy designing. Aplication
know
ledges from hydraulic and hydrology in the sketch
to design and judgement of elective objects.




Title:

Elasticity and Plasticity III

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. J. M
ű
ller, PhD.




mueller
@
tuke.sk






Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Analysis of flexible
-
plastic condition of a bar
from ideal flexible
-
plastic material for simply case of
stresses. Principles of structures reliability and limit
conditions. Basics of breakage mechanics.




Title:

Roads and Highways I


Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. B. Salaiová, PhD.



salaiova
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Functions and specifications of single types of
transportation, their mutual connections and rules. Basis

50

the
oretical requirements for road planning and design of
road communications.




Title:

Roads and Highways II

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. E. Krli
čková, PhD.

krlickov
@
tuke.sk







Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Design principles of a road alignment,
verification of spatial road alignment and mutual
connection between the designed communication and
the others;
design and road works, the selection of the
most suitable variant.



Title:

Dynamics of Civil Engineering


Structures I

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. V. Krištofovič, PhD.


kristofv
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place duri
ng:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Dynamic calculate models. Solution of
incident and forced systém oscillation with one, definite,
and indefinite amount of disposal grades. Basics of
bridges, buildings and block foundations oscillation.
Effects of machines, wind,

and seizmicity.


Title:

Soil Mechanics

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Ing. M. Fi
ľová, PhD.




Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester


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Contents: Physical and mechanical properties of soilfor
foundation and road bed design; verification of subsoil
properties; influence of water on soil; theoretical
problems of struc
ture settlement; shear strenght and
compressibility of soil.


Title:

Matrix Analysis of Structures

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. J. Kochaník, PhD.

kochanik
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 1

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents:

General deformation method. Method of finite
elements. Method of flow matrix. Basics of method of
limited elements. Basics of modelling theory.


Title:

Railway Structures I

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Ing. J. Mandula, PhD.




mandula
@
tuke.sk





Lectu
res/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Design of railway routes, geometrical
adjustment of railway lines, basic structural elements of
line alignments; construction of the super and
substructures, buildings along the railway lines
and their
spatial arrangement.






Title:

Automation of Engineering Problems
II

Credits:

2

Lecturer:

Ing. M. Rov
ňák, PhD.




rovnak
@
tuke.sk


52

Lectures/Exercises:

0 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Analysis and modelling of a structure,
application MKP for its solving helping software working
on this basis.



Title:

Field Work

Credits:

0

Le
cturer:

Ing. A. Ďuricová, PhD.,


Ing. E. Panulínová, PhD.

duricova
@
tuke.sk



Lectures/Exercises:

3 weeeks

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Practical deepency of theoretical knowledges
in specific conditions.


Optional Courses :

Physical Train
ing

Dynamics of Train Running 2/2


all subjects from obligatory subjects of any branches



THIRD YEAR


Study Branch:




Environmental Engineering




Title:

Concrete Structures I

Credits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. S. Priganc, PhD.

priganc
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:5
t h

semester

Contents: Concrete technology, principles for
compressive, tensile, flexural, and axial design of cross
sections, ultimate limit states, loads on structures,
combined static and dynamic loads, se
rviceability limit

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state
-

deflection and cracking, design of plane
concrete, reinforced concrete elements and masonries,
reinforced concrete members loaded with torsional
moments, punching shear and other local loads.


Title:

Concrete Structures II

Cr
edits:

5

Lecturer:

Assoc. Prof. Ing. S. Priganc, PhD.

priganc
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

3 / 2

Takes place during:

6
t h

semester

Contents: Prestressed concrete
-

design of post
-
tension
and pre
-
tension members, design of two
-
ways slabs,
walls, rotatio
nally symetric structures.



Title:

Roofs Structures

Credits:

4

Lecturer:

Ing. J. Hirčko, PhD.




jhircko
@
tuke.sk





Lectures/Exercises:

2 / 2

Takes place during:

5
t h

semester

Contents: Roof structures, general rules for the design of
roof structure
s for small spans (roof trusses, flat roofs).
Rules for structural design of supporting structure and
roof covering from the thermo
-
technical and water
-
proof insulation point of view. Classification and general
rules of design of large
-
span roof structures
.




Title:

Elements of Steel Structures

Credits:

5