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Time-resolved spectroscopy of wide-bandgap semiconductors
Martínek, Miroslav ; Trojánek, František (advisor)
In this thesis experimental samples of multiple quantum wells in the InGaN/GaN structures will be compared using methods of laser spectroscopy. In particular, the optical properties of the samples will be investigated. The samples were prepared under different conditions; therefore one of the aims is to compare them. The knowledge of the influence of preparation enables utilization not only for fundamental research, but also for the construction of radiation sources or scintillation detectors. Measurements of absorption and photoluminescence will be carried out and their dynamic properties will be measured as well. There will be examined the effect of different excitation power and different excitation wavelength on the intensity of photoluminescence. From dynamic properties there will be examined the effect of different excitation wavelength on the lifetime of the absorption and how does temperature influence the lifetime of the photoluminescence. Individual quantities will be compared amongst samples and their suitability for further applications will be discussed.
Time-resolved spectroscopy of wide-bandgap semiconductors
Martínek, Miroslav ; Trojánek, František (advisor) ; Žídek, Karel (referee)
In this thesis experimental samples of multiple quantum wells in the InGaN/GaN structures will be compared using methods of laser spectroscopy. In particular, the optical properties of the samples will be investigated. The samples were prepared under different conditions; therefore one of the aims is to compare them. The knowledge of the influence of preparation enables utilization not only for fundamental research, but also for the construction of radiation sources or scintillation detectors. Measurements of absorption and photoluminescence will be carried out and their dynamic properties will be measured as well. There will be examined the effect of different excitation power and different excitation wavelength on the intensity of photoluminescence. From dynamic properties there will be examined the effect of different excitation wavelength on the lifetime of the absorption and how does temperature influence the lifetime of the photoluminescence. Individual quantities will be compared amongst samples and their suitability for further applications will be discussed.
Sum-frequency generation in far-UV spectral region
Martínek, Miroslav ; Kozák, Martin (advisor) ; Ondič, Lukáš (referee)
Nonlinear optics is the area of high field optics, where the dependence of polarization of matter on the electric field of optical radiation cannot be considered as linear. This has important implications for practise, since the superposition principle is no longer valid in nonlinear optics. Thus it is possible to influence light, propagating through material, by another intensive radiation. Nonlinear optical phenomena are important especially for laser technology because they allow to generate light at different wavelengths using various interactions. This thesis is focused on the study of the sum-frequency generation in the far ultraviolet (UV) region of the spectrum. As the radiation source the femtosecond laser system was used. The aim of the study was to theoretically describe generation by nonlinear wave equation and to calculate the dependence of phase-matching angle on generated wavelength. Theoretical results were then verified experimentally in the laboratory. Also the energy of generated pulses and sum-frequency generation efficiency were measured for pulses in spectral region 215-250 nm. The generated pulses will further serve to excite electron-hole pairs in the diamond.
High Pressure part Steam Turbine
Martinek, Miroslav ; Ing.Richard Fichtl (referee) ; Fiedler, Jan (advisor)
The target of this work is to created balance comparIsion of versions of high speed and standard speed HP parts of steam turbine and for the more suitable version to make optimization. Optimization consists of flow part, choosen profile blades and construction calculations. Control calculations for rotor and pipeline were made in order to draw longitudinal section of HP part.
Inovation components of EPR project
Martinek, Miroslav ; Šen, Hugo (referee) ; Nerud, Pavel (advisor)
The target of this work is to find innovative elements of EPR project. In the first part the paper deals with an introduction to the topic and explains water pressurized reactors. It describes the individual parts of the mechanism and their various types as well as their interconnection into a complete unit. The second part gives attention to innovations and modifications of EPR project in terms of location of buildings, reactor or safety requirements. The third part contains a simple calculation of a chosen mechanism.

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