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Topological structures in ferroic materials: Book of Abstracts of the International Workshop TOPO2019
Hlinka, Jiří ; Pokorný, Jan ; Bubnov, Alexej
This is the Book of Abstracts for the International Workshop on Topological Structures in Ferroic Materials (TOPO2019 conference) held in Pruhonice-Prague on June 16-20, 2019. The special objective of the conference is expressed in the conference title: Topological Structures in Ferroic Materials. The continuous worldwide interest to this conference series is proving that it has a respected position within the series of International conferences covering all interdisciplinary field of the research. The fifth TOPO meeting in Prague 2019 was aiming to bring together the forefront science experts as well as young scientists interested in topological aspects of magnetic, superconducting, ferroelectric as well as liquid crystal matter, and mutually benefit from the beauty of the existing unifying scientific perspective. At the TOPO2019 conference more than 90 participants from 20 countries all over the world presented about 50 lectures.\n
Algebraic approaches to elementary excitations in media with broken spatial or time-reversal symmetry
Erb, Kay Condie ; Hlinka, Jiří (advisor) ; Mokrý, Pavel (referee) ; Schranz, Wilfried (referee)
Title: Algebraic Approaches to Elementary Excitations in Media with Broken Spatial or Time-reversal Symmetry Author: Kay Condie Erb Institute: Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences Supervisor: Ing. Jiří Hlinka, Ph.D., Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences Abstract: Structural phase transitions with macroscopic symmetry breaking can be divided into 212 non-magnetic species according to the mutual spatial orien- tation of the point groups of both phases. Classification into the given species implies a set of universal transition properties such as the number of macroscopic domain states of the low-symmetry phase and their distinguishability by order parameter. In this work, the distinguishability of macroscopic domain states by all order pa- rameters which transform as vectors or vectorlike quantities (called bidirectors) was studied. For solving this task, a computer algorithm was designed which enabled an explicit listing of all vector and vectorlike order parameters, not only for the 212 non-magnetic species, but even for all 1602 magnetic species which includes transitions between crystallographic gray and bicolor point groups. In addition, irreducible representations of the 122 magnetic crystallographic point groups which transform as vectors or vectorlike quantities are...
Haptic Feedback System and its Reliability
Horpatzká, Michaela ; Hlinka, Jiří (referee) ; Janhuba, Luboš (advisor)
This master thesis covers conceptual design of haptic feedback system and safety and reliability assessment. System is developed for aircraft categories UL2, EASA CS-LSA, EASA CS-VLA and EASA-CS-23. Conceptual design is divided into three parts. First is aimed on haptic system test with simulator. Second is conceptual design of haptic system for in-flight test. Third part contains safety and reliability assessment and summarizes problems of haptic system installation in real aircraft.
Conceptual design of high performance glider with electric propulsion (in complience with EASA CS-22)
Hlůšek, Josef ; Sklenář, Filip (referee) ; Hlinka, Jiří (advisor)
This master's thesis is focused on conceptual design of glider with electric propulsion system following the CS-22 regulation. Statistical analysis of the glider with an auxiliary electric engine has been carried out in order to determine basic design parameters for conceptual design. Based on analytical drag polar, the flight performance parameters are calculated, in particular flight range and influence of the solar panels on the flight range. This thesis also includes preliminary design solution of accumulator placement within the wing.
Modelling of health monitoring signals and detection areas for aerospace structures
Šplíchal, Jan ; Hlinka, Jiří
This paper is focused on Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) for aerospace use. It analyses the performance of commercially available finite element (FE) software packages for the simulation of propagation of ultrasonic guided waves (UGW) in typical aerospace structures. The purpose of the research is to support activities leading to the introduction of UGW based health monitoring on aerospace structures, as well as to support the design of future structures with integrated health monitoring. Activities are demonstrated on panels with growing complexity (adding different materials, sensors, damage types etc.). FE simulations are used to identify “detection areas” of UGW sensors. This output can be directly applied to the design of future aerospace structures with an integrated SHM system (to ensure the proper planning of the placement of UGW sensors).
Integrated method utilizing graph theory and fuzzy logic for safety and reliability assessment of airborne systems
Janhuba, Luboš ; Hlinka, Jiří ; Koštial, Rostislav
This paper presents integrated algorithm for airborne system safety and reliability assessment. In general aviation (mostly up to EASA CS-23) and non-military unmanned aerial vehicles industry, safety and reliability assessment process still relays almost exclusively on human judgment. Recommended practices define processes for system modelling and safety assessing are based on analyst understanding of a particular system. That is difficult and time-consuming process. Commercial computation aids are extremely expensive with restricted (or closed) access to the solution algorithms. Together with this problem, rapid development of modern airborne systems, their increasing complexity, elevates level of interconnection. Therefore, safety and reliability analyses have to continuously evolve and adapt to the extending complexity. Growing expansion brings in the field of unnamed aerial vehicles systems which consist of items without relevant reliability testing. Presented algorithm utilizes graph theory and fuzzy logic in order to develop integrated computerized mean for reliability analysis of sophisticated, highly interconnected airborne systems. Through the usage of graph theory, it is possible to create model of particular systems and its sub-systems in the form of universal data structure. Algorithm is conceived as fuzzy expert system, that emulates decision making of a human expert. That brings opportunity to partially quantify system attributes and criticality. Criticality evaluation increases level of assessment correlation with real state of system and its attributes.
Aircraft leading edges minor damages detection based on thermographic survey of electrical anti-icing system
Koštial, Rostislav ; Janhuba, Luboš ; Hlinka, Jiří
Aircraft leading edge is one of the most important subjects of aircraft scheduled maintenance. Leading edge as part of the slot on transport aircraft is not critical to fatigue stress in most of the cases. However, leading edge is extremely vulnerable to the accidental damage in combination with environmental damage. Maintenance is usually provided by visual inspection before every flight. Nevertheless, development of anti-icing system based on contact electrical heating opens possibility to thermographic Nondestructive Testing (NDT) methods usage. These methods could detect minor damages, which are visually undetectable especially in the case of composite materials. This paper describes possibility of thermographic methods (using anti-icing system) application as mean of leading edge minor damage detection.
The Integrated Method Utilizing Graph Theory and Fuzzy Logic for Safety and Reliability Assessment
Janhuba, Luboš ; Vališ, David (referee) ; Třetina, Karel (referee) ; Hlinka, Jiří (advisor)
Dizertační práce se zabývá návrhem integrované metody hodnocení bezpečnosti a spolehlivosti palubních leteckých systém za použití teorie grafů a fuzzy logiky. Navržená integrovaná metoda je univerzálně použitelná v oblasti hodnocení bezpečnosti a spolehlivosti, nicméně je primárně navržená pro použití v oblasti General Aviation a civilních bezpilotních prostředků. Současná podoba hodnocení spolehlivosti je téměř výhradně závislá na úsudku analytika. Použití komerčních softwarových nástrojů pro hodnocení spolehlivosti je extrémně nákladné, přičemž možnost přístupu a úpravy použitých algoritmů je minimální. Současný prudký vývoj palubních letecký systému je spojen s jejich zvyšující se komplexností a sofistikovaností. Integrovaná metoda používá teorii grafů, jako nástroj modelování funkčních závislostí mez jednotily prvky systému. Použití teorie grafu současně umožňuje daný systém analyzovat, hodnotit hustotu vzájemné funkční vazebnosti, identifikovat důsledky případných poruchových stavů. Aplikace fuzzy logiky umožňuje manipulovat s expertní znalostí a stanovit kritičnost daného prvku a systému. Kritičnost prvku zohledňuje pravděpodobnost jeho selhání, možnost detekce dané poruchy, závažnost těchto selhání vzhledem k vlivu na alokované funkce.
XXIII Czech-Polish seminar: Structural and ferroelectric phase transitions
Hlinka, Jiří ; Pokorný, Jan ; Bubnov, Alexej
This is the Book of Abstracts for the XXIII Czech-Polish Seminar (CPSEM-2018 conference) held in Kouty on May 21 - 25, 2018. The special objective of the conference is expressed in the conference subtitle: Structural and Ferroelectric Phase Transitions. The continuous worldwide interest to this conference series is proving that it has a respected position within the series of International/European conferences covering all interdisciplinary field of the research related to structural and ferroelectric phase transitions. At the CPSEM-2018 conference more than 110 participants from 14 countries all over the world presented 16 invited lectures and selected 36 oral contributions. About 60 posters were presented during two poster sessions.
Conceptual design of training aircraft with electric propulsion
Seman, Matúš ; Zikmund, Pavel (referee) ; Hlinka, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis is focused on conceptual design of electric powered training aircraft, using certification guidelines CS-LSA. Designing process of geometrical and aerodynamic characteristics is primary based on statistics of certificated aircrafts in this particular category. The following calculation of performance stabilities and flight performances is based on knowledge of aerodynamic polar. The calculation of the polar is also part of this thesis. The last part of the thesis consists of construction design of the front part of fuselage and engine static structural analysis of engine mounts.

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