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Degradation Of Epoxy Resins With Various Aditives By Solar Radiation
Škarabelová, Lenka
The aim of the project is to study the fundamentals of chemical and physical properties of dielectric materials with focus on epoxy resins. To learn about possible degradation processes in epoxy resins and the phenomena that cause these processes. Next, to propose a suitable methodology for measuring properties of epoxy resins with different fillers affected by sunlight.
Degradation of epoxy resins vith various aditives by solar radiation
Škarabelová, Lenka ; Novák, Vítězslav (referee) ; Kazelle, Jiří (advisor)
This master’s thesis is focused on the study of chemical and physical properties of dielectric materials with main focus on epoxy resins. It includes possible processes that can influence the properties of epoxy resins, both processes that improve polymer properties and processes that cause material degradation. Next part of the thesis is a description of diagnostic methods suitable for measurement of basic electrical quantities of material and design of a suitable method for measuring properties of epoxy resins with different additives, influencing the samples by solar radiation. At the end, the work includes an experiment dedicated to the degradation of epoxy resins with various additives by solar radiation and the evaluation of the experiment.
Piezoelectricity in technical practice
Škarabelová, Lenka ; Frk, Martin (referee) ; Kazelle, Jiří (advisor)
Bachelor's thesis is dedicated to the study of the principle and possibilities of use of the piezoelectric effect. Since the use of piezoelectric effect in electrical engineering is very extensive, the main focus is placed on the ability to exploit this effect in the field of ultrasonic and piezoelectric resonators. Next aim of this work is practically and theoretically to get acquainted with the measurement of small changes in weight, using electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance (EQCM), also with an ultrasonic equipment from company Olympus and ultrasonic defectoscopy for detection of possible imperfections in the material and their evaluation.

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