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Effect of Velocity of Impact Loading to Stress, Deformation and Durability of Component of Fuel Car System
Dobeš, Martin ; Horyl, Petr (referee) ; Návrat, Tomáš (referee) ; Petruška, Jindřich (advisor)
Passive safety is a well-known term. This term can be further categorized into different topics of the car passive safety, restraint systems, safety assistants (ABS, ESP, ASR, etc.). One of these topics is passive safety of the fuel system. Safety and tightness of the fuel system must be guaranteed even under non-standard conditions, for example a collision against a fixed obstacle. This issue is not often mentioned in the field of car safety. It is considered a standard. Passive safety of the fuel system is often ensured using various interesting technical solutions and devices, usually patented ones. The development of these solutions is supported by numerical simulations in different stages of development process. The doctoral thesis deals with impact loading of the plastic components of the fuel system, in particular Fuel Supply Module (FSM), which is mounted inside the fuel tank. The flange is the most important part of the fuel supply module from the car safety point of view. The flange closes FSM on the external side of the fuel tank. The thesis focuses on the finite element analysis of the complete or partial FSM, and the flange itself during impact loading. The main objective of this thesis are numerical material models, taking into account important aspects of the mechanical behavior of polymer materials during impact loading. There are a lot of ad hoc invented or standardized experiments described in this thesis. These experiments are used for estimation of the material parameters or comparison of numerical analysis vs real conditions, or tests. The solver LS-DYNA was mainly used for numerical simulations. The final results of this thesis brings new quantified knowledge about behavior of the Typical Semi-Crystal Polymer (TSCP), not only for impact loading. The practical part of this thesis defines new methodology for the numerical simulation approach of impact loading for FSM. This methodology is directly usable for new product development. A lot of numerical material models were developed and tested. The best results were achieved using numerical material model *MAT_24 with combination of *MAT_ADD_EROSION card. The limits and parameters for this numerical material model was estimated empirically during conducting experiments. The numerical material model SAMP-1 was partly solved in this doctoral thesis, but more detail study will be given in future works.
Computational modeling of radial hydrodynamic bearings for water machines
Pokorný, Jan ; Šimek,, Jiří (referee) ; Návrat, Tomáš (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to calculate the stiffness and damping coefficients for radial hydrodynamic bearings. Cylindrical and lemon hydrodynamic bearings are considered. The solution to this problem mainly depends on the hydrodynamic pressure in the bearing. The numerical solution of the Reynolds equation is used to calculate the pressure. The effect of variable viscosity and density of the lubricant due to temperature changes is considered. The static equilibrium position of the journal centre is also solved. The stiffness and damping coefficients are determined using small amplitude journal motions about the equilibrium position. Three methods for determining these coefficients are presented. The outcome of this thesis is an algorithm for the calculation of stiffness and damping coefficients for cylindrical and lemon bearings. Results for lemon bearings are presented and comparison with the commercial software DynRot BR is made. The benefit of this thesis is the creation of an algorithm for the calculation of journal centre equilibrium position, a new way of incorporating the temperature changes in the viscosity and the density of the lubricant, and the modification of a method for calculating stiffness and damping coefficients based on experimental analogy.
Design and realization of experimental equipment for determination of residual stress of bent samples
Novotný, Lukáš ; Návrat, Tomáš (referee) ; Krejčí, Petr (advisor)
The master thesis is focused to design and realization of experimental equipment for researching of residual stress determination for specimen with non-uniform distribution stress along the depth. Literature search study of problematic was performed and it was used for elaboration of chapters about origin of residual stress, their classification and chapters about methods, which are used for measuring of residual stress and their determination. The following part explains the design of experimental equipment and stress-strain analysis of selected parts of this equipment. Then the final design of equipment is presented, including complete production drawings, and it’s explained final assembling of experimental equipment. Final chapter is devoted to examinable loading of specimen.
Strain-stress analysis of fixed bone of foot
Zapletal, Jakub ; Fuis, Vladimír (referee) ; Návrat, Tomáš (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with analysis of the rigidity of different variations of foot fixations. In the thesis there is a description of elementary anatomy of foot and its patology. Furthermore the possible corrections of hallux deformities and chosen fixators are described. The problem of analysis is soluted by the method of finite elements. The thesis also includes steps of geometery model creation based on 3D scanning. Three differents types of fixations are compared in this thesis and each of them is created in two different levels of details. There is a comparation, analysis of final solutions and chosen influences on the rigidity in the conclusion.
Design of the composite rotor sleeve of a high speed rotary machine
Pavlík, Ondřej ; Ševeček, Oldřich (referee) ; Návrat, Tomáš (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on manufacturing carbon fiber and epoxy composite material using filament winding method. Material properties of manufactured composite are ap-proximated using analytical and numerical homogenization models. Calculated material properties are applied to design and evaluate reserve factor of retaining sleeve for high speed brushless permanent magnet synchronous motor. Margin of safety of designed rotor is evaluated using composite failure criteria. Test stand for both static and dynamic testing is designed, static test stand is manufactured and assembled. Static strength test is carried out.
Computational simulation of vibrations of rubber damper
Krupa, Lukáš ; Návrat, Tomáš (referee) ; Burša, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis deals with computational modelling of rubber damper using Finite element method (FEM). This thesis includes experimental measurement of material properties of rubber subjected to static and dynamic loading and their implementation into viscoelastic and hyperelastic material models with respect to given task. Dependance of dynamic stiffness on loading frequency obtained from the simulation is validated with experimental measurement. In the end the difference between results is investigated and possible causes of that are introduced.
Failure probability of the ceramics part using Weibull weakest link theory
Kovář, Jaroslav ; Návrat, Tomáš (referee) ; Fuis, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis compares Weibull weakest link theory with inclusion of one and all three principal stresses. Principal stresses needed for this theory were calculated with finite element method. The informational research is in the introduction of this thesis. It includes ceramic materials, Weibull weakest link theory, Gaussian quadrature over spherical surface and ceramic head of hip joint endoprothesis. Theoretical part is used for next calculations of probability of failure. The probability of failure of ceramic rod loaded by four-point bending is calculated in first calculations. This task is solved as contact in the next step. Next part of this thesis is about selection of suitable method of numerical integration. This method will be used in the calculation with all three principal stresses. The results of calculation with all three principal stresses are compared with the results of the calculation which includes only first principal stress. Firstly, this is done for cylindrical body and then used on head of hip joint endoprothesis. In the last part of this thesis, probability of fracture of head hip joint endoprothesis with shape deviation of nominal conicity is calculated.
The use of superelements in solving large systems of MKP
Hluška, Milan ; Halabuk, Dávid (referee) ; Návrat, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the utilization of superelements in finite element method simulations. First, the basic theory of FEM and superelements is explained. The principles and procedures of using superelements in ANSYS and its scripting language APDL is described next. Third part focuses on custom-made program that illustrates the appication of superelements, and its results of an exemplary calculation are compared with the results from ANSYS APDL in the last part.
Application of optical methods for determining the deformation of bodies
Kováříková, Sabina ; Šebek, František (referee) ; Návrat, Tomáš (advisor)
This Bachelor’s thesis is focused on application of digital image correlation method for determining the deformation of bodies. It contains theoretical knowledge about this method and realization of measurements on selected bodies. The aim of the thesis is to compare experimentally obtained results with the results, obtained in software Ansys Workbench. The Bachelor’s thesis also contains characteristics of other optical methods, used for determining the deformation of bodies and research of software, which can be used for data processing, based on DIC method.
Analysis of mechanical characteristics of bone tissue in relation to osteoporosis
Kordula, Tomáš ; Návrat, Tomáš (referee) ; Vosynek, Petr (advisor)
This Bachelor´s thesis deals with difference of values of mechanical quantities in relation to osteoporosis. Problem has been solved with the aid of experiment. Samples of bone tissue were made from bovine ribs. The samples were firstly measured in physiological state and afterwards in demineralization and deproteinization state.

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