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High resolution digital light source design for automotive industry
Machač, Petr ; Rubeš, Ondřej (referee) ; Věchet, Stanislav (advisor)
Digital high definition light sources are a new way of communication between car and other road users. By intelligent switching of high beam or projection of various warning or information symbols on the road a lot of even tragic traffic accidents can be prevented. The purpose of this thesis is to explore contemporary automotive lighting technologies, then to choose the appropriate technology for high definition light source and design a prototype of mechatronic lighting systém.
Design of hot-swap of main accumulator of mobile robot
Kandera, Tomáš ; Rubeš, Ondřej (referee) ; Krejsa, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis analyzes issues and available solutions of a hot-swap device, which allows the primary supply of mobile platform BREACH to be swapped without interrupting the operation of its components. The first part describes methods of redundancy and electrical phenomena during the hot-swap event. Second part describes creating schematics and PCB design of hot-swap controller, choice of backup power supply and design of its dedicated charger. Last part describes testing of the subsystems and complete system from multiple aspects.
Hybrid Energy Harvesting Device
Rasocha, David ; Rubeš, Ondřej (referee) ; Hadaš, Zdeněk (advisor)
This bachelor theasis is focuses on the design of a hybrid piezoelectric vibratory genera-tor. The main idea is to place a permanent magnet on the end of the piezoelectric beam and to place the coil appropriately in order to make a electromagnetic generator. The coil will generate a electrical voltage on load, when the magnetic field is passing throught coil. The piezoelectric beam will also generate voltage, depending on its deformation. For modeling, Femm, Matlab and Simulink will be used.
Energy harvesting generator for train track side
Pribulla, Daniel ; Rubeš, Ondřej (referee) ; Hadaš, Zdeněk (advisor)
Cieľom tejto práce bolo navrhnúť alternatívny zdroj energie pre riadiacu jednotku, ktorú obsahujú komponenty traťového zabezpečovacieho zariadenia v rámci európskeho systému riadenia železničnej dopravy. V porovnaní s predchádzajúcimi harvestormi bola vďaka použitiu lineárneho elektrického generátora eliminovaná mechanická väzba, ako napr. prevodovka. To by malo zvýšiť životnosť a spoľahlivosť zariadenia. S pomocou analógie magnetických obvodov a softvéru využívajúceho metódu konečných prvkov FEMM a Ansys Maxwell, boli navrhnuté tri rôzne synchrónne generátory s permanentnými magnetmi. Simulácia v prostredí Matlab Simulink dokázala, že výsledný návrh generátora je schopný dodávať priemerný výkon 5 W počas prechodu vlaku zo stlačenia pražca väčšieho ako 2 mm.
Control of power inverter with active rectifier
Klusáček, Jan ; Knobloch, Jan (referee) ; Rubeš, Ondřej (advisor)
The bachelor’s thesis deals with design of control algorithm and control electronics for frequency converter designed for operation control of induction generator in small hydro power plant. The thesis consists of basic description of scalar control of induction machines by method of constant magnetic flux, suitable control electronics overview, user and integrated development environment overview and detailed description of user code. Validation of functionality of the user code by measurement with induction machine is also included.
Power inverter with active rectifier
Dvořáček, Daniel ; Červinka, Dalibor (referee) ; Rubeš, Ondřej (advisor)
This thesis deals with the principle of functions, constructions and possibilities of the control of inductions machines. There is also briefly described the issue of the power transducers from which the frequency converters are coming out, as well as is described here the process of designing of the power part of the converter.
Piezoelectric vibration energy harvester
Klásek, Matyáš ; Rubeš, Ondřej (referee) ; Hadaš, Zdeněk (advisor)
The first goal of this bachelor’s thesis is to give an overview of piezoelectric materials and their utilization in energy harvesting applications. The second goal is to examine the effect of altering model parameters on generated power and natural frequency of the system using analytical model of a bimorph piezoelectric cantilever beam in MATLAB/Simulink.
Design of Vibration Energy Harvester with Using of Non-linear Characteristics
Rubeš, Ondřej ; Ondrůšek, Čestmír (referee) ; Hadaš, Zdeněk (advisor)
This thesis is focused on design of piezoelectric energy harvester with additional nonlinear stiffness. Linear generator has very narrow resonance frequency bandwidth. It makes the resonance mechanism very sensitive to tuning up of the resonance frequency and it can be tuned only for one narrow vibration peak. The main idea for using of the vibration energy harvester with nonlinear stiffness is to make resonance frequency bandwidth wider, so the generator will be useable for more excitation frequencies. In this thesis is used generator Midé V21BL and additional nonlinear stiffness is realized with permanent magnets.
Vibration Harvester for Aircraft Applications
Rubeš, Ondřej ; Vetiška, Vojtěch (referee) ; Hadaš, Zdeněk (advisor)
This thesis is focused on modification of a design proposal of a vibration energy harvester for autonomous aircraft applications. Vibration energy harvester is mechanism, which converts vibration energy to electric energy. Its main parts are oscillating mass, magnets and coil for electromagnetics induction. The thesis is consisted of simulations of magnetics circuits, creating 3D model of harvester and simulations of oscillations with parameters from 3D model, magnetics simulations and with input sample of exciting vibrations.

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