48 Dušan Gvozdenac, Branka Nakomčić-Smaragdakis i Branka Gvozdenac-Urošević, "Renewable energy"

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Title: „Renewable energy”

Authors: Dušan Gvozdenac, Branka Nakomčić Smaragdakis, Branka Gvozdenac Urošević

Reviewers:  dr Miladin Brkić, Proffesor at the Faculty of Agriculture in Novi Sad
            dr Goran Jankes, Proffesor at the Mechanical Faculty in Belgrade
            dr Vojin Grković, Proffesor at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad

Publisher: Faculty of Technical Science in Novi Sad

Editor in Chief
PhD Ilija Ćosić, Dean of the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad

Printed by: FTN – Grafički centar GRID, Trg Dositeja Obradovića 6, Novi Sad
Printing Approval: Council for Publishing-Editorial Activities at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad
Chairman of the Council: PhD Radomir Folić

CIP-Katalogizacija u publikaciji
Biblioteka Matice srpske, Novi Sad

     Renewable energy / Dušan Gvozdenac, Branka
Nakomčić Smaragdakis, Branka Gvozdenac Urošević. – Novi Sad
: Faculty of Technical Sciences, 2012(Novi Sad : FTN, Grafički centar GRID ).
– VI, 208 str. : ilustr.; 24 cm. – (Edicija “Tehničke nauke - monografije” ; br. 48)
Tiraž 100. - Bibliografija.
ISBN 978-86-7892-422-4

a) Energy Sources, Natural-Exploitation

(From the Textbook)
This is a good example of a multidisciplinary subject which has also created difficulties in tryng to find proper measure necessary to satisfy associated with the matter however in a limited scope. It is not possibile to follow only technical analysis of some out of many renewable energy technologies and avoid comparison with conventional technologies not only in technical but also in economic and environmental respect. In addition, massive and sustainable use ofrenewable energy sources requires utilization ofwell devised state regulâtory mechanisms aimed at protecting other parts of the economy. For instance, without the control of prices of biodiesel, its uncontrolleduse may cause the price rise ofedible oil.
Renewable energy sources are still analyzed and compared to conventional energy systems and this textbook will also involve the research of economic viability of certain technical solutions. A starightforward software support has ben developed in MS Exel for simple cakculations enabling estimation of specific prices in the production of certain types of energy by employng renewable energy technologies. The textbook presents and explains this software wich is available at the website: http: //www.peec.uns.ac.rs.

(From the Reviews)
Publishing of this monograph will significantly improve the situation ragarding this complex subject and contribute to better understanding and practical use of renewable energy sources.
The textbook has been written in a proper language aimed at simplifyng and explaining complex matters. The authors have put a lot of efforts and succeeded in making heterogeneous substance unified by pursing analyses towards the viability of particular renewable energy technologies in practice. In that respect, the last chapter 9 of thetextbook will be very useful to readers. This Chapter gives simple and original way for a very useful calculation of effects arising from the application of particular renewable technologies.

(About the Authors)
Prof. dr Dušan Gvozdenac is a professor at the University of Novi Sad. For mor than 25 years he has been teaching at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad and for som 20 years he has been working as a consultant in energy projects in several countries in Europe, Africa and Far, Middle and Near East. The projects have been done for the  United Nations Development Organization (UNIDO), several programs of the European Union (EU), German Association for Technical Cooperation (GIZ), etc. He is the author of numerous papers published in international and domestic magazines, the editor of international conference proceedings and the autor of several training guidelines. He has also been a team leader or a team member in over 200 energy audits in industry  and buildings and thus has gained extensive parctical experience wich is partly containedin this textbook. He has recently published books: Morvay Z, Gvozdenac D: Applied Energy and Environmental Management, John Wiley, 2008. (and translation into the Chinese language, 2010.), Gvozdenac D, Kljajić M, Petrović J: Measurement and Control in Thermal Process Engineering, FTN, 2009. and Gvozdenac D: Cryogenic Technique, FTN, 2010.
Dr Branka Nakomčić-Smaragdakis, ass.prof. is as assistant profesor at the University of Novi Sad. She is teaching at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in the field of renewable energy sources (RES), modeling and simulation of thermal process plants from energy, economic and environmental aspects and risk management. AT the international level, she has gained the project management experience (FP5) and she has been the team leader for geothermal energy in danube contries. At the national level, she has participated in the preparation of studies and projects in the area of energy efficiency, RES and environmental protection. She is the author of numerous papers presented at international and national level. She is the member of the Serbian Association of Thermal Engineers, honorary member of the Rumanian and Serbian Association of for Motor Vehicles, Serbian-Japanese Society, and the Board for Science and International Cooperation at the Faculty of technical sciences. She has been on study tours in several countries in Europe and Far East. She speaks and uses foreign languages.
Dr Branka Gvozdenac-Urošević ass. prof. is an assistant professor at the University of Novi Sad at the Faculty of Technical Science. For some 8 years she has also been working as a consultant in various domestic and international projects in the area of energy and environment protection. She is author of some 20 papers which have been published in international and domestic magazines and presented at conferences. She is a coautor of the monograph “Possibilities for the Utilization of Geothermal Waters Energy potential in Vojvodina”, Prometej 2009.


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