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Dynamic properties of tuned branch
Čepl, Ondřej ; Kůrečka, Jan (referee) ; Habán, Vladimír (advisor)
The main part of the thesis is experimental determination of transmission in side-branch resonator. In first part are described basics of digital signal processing and sound damping in piping systems. A special attention is payed to Fourier transform. The second part deals with experimental measurement of damping in a side-branch resonator for several lengths of the resonator. The collected data were analyzed using Fourier transform with a fulfilled coherence condition. At the end of this section are shown graphs, which describe tuning frequency dependence of side-branch resonator's length. There are seven different lengths. The thesis contains comparison of theoretical and measured tuning frequencies.
Use of the dynamic damper in hydrodynamics
Vrána, Jiří ; Habán, Vladimír (referee) ; Pochylý, František (advisor)
The master thesis deals with the possibility of using dynamic damper in hydrodynamics. Specifically, the assessment of the impact of dynamic damper on the dynamic stability of the fluid system when the system exhibited unstable behaviour prior to damper installation due to self-excited vibration. In the thesis is presented the algorithm for the calculation of pressure and flow pulsations based on the transfer matrix method, the transition matrices for different damper designs variants are derived. Using the algorithm, the effect of a damper placed in a stable and unstable fluid system is solved. The output of this work is software for solution of pressure and flow pulsations in the system with serially arranged hydrodynamic elements created in the MATLAB program.
Verification of geometry influence on dynamic properties of immersed body
Černý, Tomáš ; Pochylý, František (referee) ; Habán, Vladimír (advisor)
Immersion of the body into the fluid creates additional effects which must be considered when designing the machines. Additional effects from the fluid influence the dynamic properties of the body. In this work the decrease of the natural frequency and the increase of the damping ratio during the gradual immersion of the body into the fluid are investigated. Diploma thesis is based on an experiment, which is performed on a series of flat strip steel components of various widths. The first three bending and first three torsion shapes of the free-hanging body are examined. Emphasis is placed on the influence of part width. In the next phase of the experiment, the influence of the proximity of the solid wall to the dynamic properties of the cantilever beam is examined. Further, the determination of the added density from the fluid is performed by modal analysis using the ANSYS software.
Determination of dissolved and undissolved air content in water
Svoboda, Richard ; Kmeco, Rudolf (referee) ; Habán, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis describes the design and evaluation process of experimental measuring of the amount of bubbly air in water. The measuring principle is based on the assessment of speed of sound, which is dependent on the presence of air. Results were compared with the concentration calculated from the calibrated air flow through nozzles.
Sensitivity analysis of pressure-time method on measurement uncertainty
Červinková, Kateřina ; Himr, Daniel (referee) ; Habán, Vladimír (advisor)
The pressure-time method is one of two methods of measuring the flow rate on large hydraulic structures applicable to IEC 60041, which is based on the temporal integration of the measured pressure difference and the formation of a water hammer in a closed pipe. The aim of this master thesis is to perform a literature review of this method and to evaluate the flow rate of the measured data. Furthermore, the thesis deals with determination of the sensitivity of the evaluated flow rate to the weights of individual pressure sensors and to numerical modifying of the measured pressures. The first part is made using MS Excel. The flow rate is always evaluates with only one pressure sensor and it is compared with the original flow rate. There is research, how absence of the sensor has an impact on the evaluated flow rate. In the second part of the determination of the sensitivity of the evaluated flow rate, various encroachment (signal smoothing, noise, time delay, frequency band removal) are performed of measured pressure signal in Matlab. Various surrounding influences or sensors failures are simulated.
Pressure surge in the flowing gas simulation
Sedlmajer, Jakub ; Himr, Daniel (referee) ; Habán, Vladimír (advisor)
Creation of vacuum is very slow, energetically and technologicaly demanding process. Closing of valve is very simple and fast process which produces pressure surges when moving cylinder of fluid is stopped. The goal of this thesis is to find out, if it is possible to combine these processes. To reach this goal, 1D model of compressible gas flow and pressure surges in direct pipeline was made. Then follows experimental measurement evaluation and assessment of potential that the technology offers.
Testing of proportional hydraulic block characteristics
Vácha, Ondřej ; Klas, Roman (referee) ; Habán, Vladimír (advisor)
Goal of this thesis is to verify functions of hydraulic manifolds from new supplier, measure characteristics of pressure loss relative to flow rate and for proportional blocks also characteristics of flow rate relative to control voltage at constant inlet pressure. Verification will be carried out with proportional manifolds and on/off manifolds with different failure functions.
Exact solution of bending vibrations of beams
Machoň, Matěj ; Habán, Vladimír (referee) ; Havlásek, Michal (advisor)
The bachelor’s thesis deals with the analytical determination of eigenfrequencies and mode shapes of the prismatic beam. The solution is compared with the experimental data and validated. The analytical relations for determination of eigenfrequencies and mode shapes of prismatic beam expressed by basic functions and also by Krylov functions are the results of the thesis.
Mutual interaction of pressure pulsations and pulsations of undirect pipe
Hrazdíra, Zdeněk ; Pochylý, František (referee) ; Habán, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis deals with mathematical modeling of multiphysics FSI (fluid-structure interaction) problem, describing mutual interaction of pressure pulsations and vibrations of indirect pipe in a 2D region. Firstly, physical partial differential equations are derived separately for both media, which are in turn coupled and solved analytically. Results of mentioned models include natural frequency values, amplitude-frequency characteristics and both natural and driven damped oscillations of pipe and liquid.
Hydraulic part of plunger pump adjustment for higher pressures
Dvořák, Petr ; Klas, Roman (referee) ; Habán, Vladimír (advisor)
First part of the master thesis is about displacement pump. Second part is about power plunger pumps. In the third part are equations for power plunger pumps. In the last part the strength calculation of the proposed hydraulic part of the plunger pump was performed using the finite element method in ANSYS. The screw fatigue life is also calculated here. At the end of this section, ANSYS Fluent flow calculation is performed in the suction valve area.

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