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Supersonic Flow Measurement Within A Lowpressure Area
Bayer, Robert ; Hlavatá, Pavla ; Bílek, Michal
The goal of this paper is to describe the idea of measuring a supersonic gas flow within low-pressure areas in order to describe its behavior and to compare the measurement data with the generally described supersonic gas flow behavior derived from its behavior within high-pressure areas. This data should help to make low-pressure supersonic flow simulations more accurate.
Comparison of Results Optained Using Monte Carlo and Ansys Fluent in Analysis Differentially Pumped Chamber
Bílek, Michal ; Hlavatá, Pavla
The goal of this thesis is the analysis of a gas flow running through the drain channels within the apertures of differentially pumped chamber of the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope (ESEM). This thesis contains a verification of current simulation results of gas flow within the differentially pumped chamber published by D. Danilatos using Monte Carlo method in comparison with simulation results achieved by using simulation program ANSYS Fluent, which uses the mechanism of continuum for its calculations.
Analysis of the impact of the baffle placement in the supersonic flow in the differentially pumped chamber
Vlasáková, Martina ; Bílek, Michal (referee) ; Maxa, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis deals with the area of the differential pumping chamber of an environmental scanning electron microscope, engaging the pressure limiting apertures and the influence of the enclosure inside the chamber. In the theoretical part, it is first called Microscopy as science, information about microscopes (division of microscopes) and electrons. Afterwards, the theory deals directly with environmental scanning electron microscopy and its problems and vacuum system, mathematical models and computational areas, basic information about the comparative study from, which the thesis is based. In the experimental part there are presented the objectives of the work and the chapter dealing with the processing of results, which are compared with the initial study using the program Ansys Fluent.
Hlavatá, Pavla ; Bílek, Michal (referee) ; Maxa, Jiří (advisor)
The thesis deals with the effect of the critical flow, which is produced at pumping of the differential pumping chamber of the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope (ESEM). The thesis compares the state of the flow in the area of pumped chamber at pressure ratio on the apertures when the critical flow occurs and its advantages in design of the chambers versus the flow without the clogging the nozzle. Problematics were solved using finite volume method by Ansys Fluent system.
Modeling and animation of biological structures
Matulík, Martin ; Bílek, Michal (referee) ; Maxa, Jiří (advisor)
Following work deals with subject matter of digital modelling and animation of biological structures. Software tools for computer generated images (CGI), well proven in common practice, are evaluated, as well as tools for specific activities, available inside chosen software environment. Among vast pool of modelling approaches are discussed tools suitable for creation and representation of selected structures, along with tools essential for their consequent animation. Possible rendering approaches and their parameters in relation to qualities of resulting computer-generated images are discussed as well. Above-mentioned approaches will be consequently utilized for modelling, physical simulation and animation of erythrocyte’s flow throughout blood vessel in following project. Resulting output of that work will be based on series of digital images, suitable for creating video-sequence containing abovementioned animation in end-user digestible form.
Mathematical-physical analysis of climatic chamber
Repko, Ilia ; Bílek, Michal (referee) ; Maxa, Jiří (advisor)
This work deals with the mathematical and physical analysis of the climatic chambers. The theoretical part describes the issue of climatic chambers, software SolidWorks and ANSYS Fluent, basic equations describing fluid status and fluid turbulence. The practical part of the thesis is to create the model of climatic chamber in CAD system SolidWorks and simulation of flow and and temperature distribution by ANSYS Fluent. At the end of the work the results are analyzed and evaluated.
Analysis of the impact of the conic aperture placement in the supersonic flow in the differentially pumped chamber
Rous, Miroslav ; Bílek, Michal (referee) ; Maxa, Jiří (advisor)
The thesis is focused on the medium dynamics simulation in the environmental scanning electron microscope. Specifically, it researches (examines) the conical aperture location effect in the differential pumped chamber and the width of the pumping channel in this chamber. The theoretical part deals with the environmental scanning microscope generally and other tools used in this thesis, e.g. ANSYS Fluen software, fluid turbulence, medium free path of molecules and electrons scattering. In the practical part, the work is focused on data processing from the ANSYS Fluent program and on their evaluation.
Mathematical-physical analysis of dynamic pressure for the experimental differentially pumped chamber
Lepltová, Kristýna ; Bílek, Michal (referee) ; Maxa, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis is based on the series of scholarly article dedicated to the issue of pumping in the differential scanning chamber of an environmental scanning microscope. The thesis is based on Danilatos’s study where the pumping of the differential pumped chamber is solved by means of the Monte Carlo statistical method. The thesis analyzes gas flow in the experimental chamber using the Pipot tube. The analyses will be used for the design of the experimental chamber which will serve for the experimental evaluation of the flow results in the chamber using the continuum mechanics.
Galaxy interactions: dark matter vs. Modified Newtonian dynamics (MOND)
Bílek, Michal ; Jungwiert, Bruno (advisor) ; Kroupa, Pavel (referee) ; Stuchlík, Zdeněk (referee)
MOND is an observational rule for predicting the acceleration of stars and galaxies from the distribution of the visible matter. It possibly stems from a new law of physics. I list the theoretical aspects of MOND, its achievements and problems. MOND has been tested mainly in disc galaxies so far. Its tests in elliptical galaxies are rare because the MOND effects are small for them in the parts observable by the conventional methods. In the thesis, I explain the methods and ideas I developed for testing MOND in the ellipticals using stellar shells. Moreover, the shells enable us to test MOND for stars in radial orbits for the first time. The shells are results of galactic interactions. I discuss the shell formation mechanisms and summarize the findings from shell observations and simulations.
Robotic hand controll using virtual reality
Sláma, Pavel ; Bílek, Michal (referee) ; Vyroubal, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with possible solution of controlling robotic hand with virtual reality. To realize this work is used a prosthetic hand from the InMoov project. This thesis describes basic principles of 3D print technology and deals with materials suitable for manufacturing of a chosen robotic hand. As next describes function and controlling of servos, hand control using prototyping platform Arduino communicating with the computer with MyRobotLab software support. To capture movement is used motion sensor for virtual reality Leap Motion.

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