Zdenko Simic

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Due to climate change issues, fossil fuel depletion and increasing economic pressure, "smart" cities will have significantly altered physical, social and economic systems, built upon smart infrastructure. Key infrastructure is energy, with focus on electricity. The paradigm of physical, data transfer and information flow layers of the smart city power grid(More)
Abstract – The enormous discrepancy between risk perception and the risk associated with nuclear power utilization will further perpetuate after the recent accident in Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant (NPP) in Japan. Complete and transparent risk assessment is an assumption for an improvement in risk understanding. This paper contains an overview of(More)
  • TRANE U MODELU, POUZDANOSTI I, RASPOLOŽIVOSTI ELEKTROENER, GETSKOG SUSTAVA, Zdenko Simic
  • 2008
Klepo, M., Mikuličić, V., Šimić, Z., Model crpno-akumulacijske hidroelektrane ..., Energija, god. 57(2008), br, 1., str. 38–63 Klepo, M., Mikuličić, V., Šimić, Z., The Pumped-Storage Hydro Power Plant Model ..., Energija, vol. 57(2008), No. 1., pp. 38–63 MODEL CRPNO-AKUMULACIJSKE (REVERZIBILNE) HIDROELEKTRANE U MODELU POUZDANOSTI I RASPOLOŽIVOSTI(More)
Autoprotolysis constants of acetonitrile, propionitrile, nitromethane, ethylene carbonate and dimethyl sulphoxide were determined using a coulometric - potentiometric method with a hydrogen/palladium electrode as generator. The method is based on the titration of a strong base, tetrabutylammonium hydroxide, with H(+) ions generated by anodic oxidation of(More)
  • MODEL PROIZVODNE, JEDINICE S UKLJUČENIM, UVJETIMA OKOLINE, U MODELU, POUZDANOSTI I RASPOLOŽIVOSTI, Zdenko Simic
  • 2009
Klepo, M., Mikuličić, V., Šimić, Z., Model proizvodne jedinice ..., Energija, god. 58(2009), br. 1., str. 26-55 Klepo, M., Mikuličić, V., Šimić, Z., Production Unit Model ..., Energija, vol. 58(2009), No. 1, pp. 26-55 MODEL PROIZVODNE JEDINICE S UKLJUČENIM UVJETIMA OKOLINE U MODELU POUZDANOSTI I RASPOLOŽIVOSTI ELEKTROENEGETSKOG SUSTAVA POWER PLANT MODEL(More)
Failure of multiple components due to a common cause represents one of the most important issues in evaluation of system reliability or unavailability. The frequency of such events has relatively low expectancy, when compared to random failures, which affect individual components. However, in many cases the consequence is a direct loss of safety system or(More)
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