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Modern anorganic foundry binder systems
Kolařík, Martin ; Rusín, Karel (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with newly developed inorganic binder systems. These are mainly developed for their ecological advantages. However, some of the discussed binder systems have better technological properties. Inorganic binder systems are described herein, both on the basis of alkaline silicates and on the basis of inorganic salts. Attention is also paid to bentonite, which is still the most commonly used binder in the world. It turns out that these binder systems will be important for the future of the foundry industry.
Sands for the production of foundry moulds and cores
Ostrézí, Filip ; Rusín, Karel (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
Bachelor thesis deals with properties of most usable sands in foundries and with their advantages, disadvantages and usability. Most used are silica sands, because of their low prices, but they have a lot of disadvantages like discontinued heat dilatation, acidit reaction and health defect. Mainly described are sands from Czech and Slovak Republic and few sands out of Europe. Non-silica sands don´t have so much disadvantages, but their problem is a big price. Most used non-silica and synthetic sands are described.
Optimalization of Technological Properties of Cement Sand Mixtures
Burianová, Klára ; Jelínek, Petr (referee) ; Tegel, Michal (referee) ; Rusín, Karel (advisor)
The work deals with optimization of the technological properties of cement-sand mixtures. The main objective is to find the correct mixture of the individual components which contribute to the rapid solidification of the mixture, hence shorter dismantling. The content is also of a method of measuring and recording during the plasticity of the mixture. Also assessment of the velocity of hydration heat cement mixture in the initial stage of the solidification process in the course of the strength properties of the mixture. To assess these phenomena was used calorimetric method used for measuring hydration heat cement mixture. Further measurements plasticity mixtures and mechanical and physical methods for measuring the compressive strength with the help of a measuring instrument LRU-D.
Interaction Core - Melt by Casting of Cylinder Heads from Al Alloys in Semi-Permanent Moulds
Hlavsa, Petr ; Roučka, Jaromír (referee) ; Tegel, Michal (referee) ; Rusín, Karel (advisor)
This dissertation thesis deals with interactions on the interface core - melt by casting of cylinder heads from Al alloys in semi-permanent moulds and solves a specific problem with sticky sand after decoring of a diesel cylinder head casting. It describes in detail the process of core production using the Cold-Box method and process of casting using the progressive technology Rotacast. It theoretically analyses the reaction on the interface core-melt and presents a classification of surface defects by Al castings produced by gravity casting into semi-permanent moulds. It also states the results of technological tests of binders, core mixtures and cores (Cogas analysis). By solution of a problem with sticky sand in intake and exhaust ports of diesel cylinder head casting is used methodology for problem solving DMAIC. All experimental tests are solved in laboratory and production conditions of an international company dealing with casting of cylinder heads from Al alloys in semi-permanent moulds.
Sands for the production of foundry moulds and cores
Fúsek, Jakub ; Rusín, Karel (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
Bachelor thesis deals with survey, properties and usability of the most common foundry molding sands. The most common sands are silicas for their economical. In particular, sands used in the Czech Republic are described, there is also a sand quarry with non-Europe distribution. Sadly, they have also many defects which limit to their use. In these cases we use non-silica sands. The most popular non-silica sands are outlined, including currently expanding synthetic sands. There are also listed some basic data and properties, for example, fitness for purpose.
Application of biogenous core binder for production of castings in automotive field
Vymyslický, Jakub ; Rusín, Karel (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
This thesis deals with foundry binders and it is narrowly focused on biogenous binders used for production of castings in automotive field. There is a short overview of all groups of forming and core mixtures at the beginning of the thesis, which describes chemical composition of the mixtures and also development history of the mixtures. The thesis continues by focusing on biogenous binders, which are developed for the automotive field and with another biogenous binders which fits with the automotive field demands. Overview of technological and ecological properties was made for all of the listed biogenous binders. Advantages and disadvantages of the biogenous binders were also noted.
Modern anorganic foundry binder systems
Lorenc, Michal ; Rusín, Karel (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
Today, the problem caused by various kinds of activities is a great impact on the environment. This also applies for the foundry industry, which has a relatively large share of this pollution. For this reason, constantly evolving new binders, which do not have such an impact on the environment. The aim of this work is to become familiar with these types of binders that are more friendly to our already devastated the planet.
OPTIMIZATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF CEMENT SAND MIXTURES
Burianová, Klára ; Nová, Iva (referee) ; Neudert, Alois (referee) ; Rusín, Karel (advisor)
The work deals with optimization of the technological properties of cement-sand mixtures. The main objective is to find the correct mixture of the individual components which contribute to the rapid solidification of the mixture, hence shorter dismantling. The content is also of a method of measuring and recording during the plasticity of the mixture. Also assessment of the velocity of hydration heat cement mixture in the initial stage of the solidification process in the course of the strength properties of the mixture. To assess these phenomena was used calorimetric method used for measuring hydration heat cement mixture. Further measurements plasticity mixtures and mechanical and physical methods for measuring the compressive strength with the help of a measuring instrument LRU-D.
STUDY OF BIOGENOUS BINDERS
Cupák, Petr ; Jelínek, Petr (referee) ; Neudert, Alois (referee) ; Rusín, Karel (advisor)
oundry production, which forms an integral part of the engineering industry, is a source of waste with a negative impact on the working and living environment. The pressure on greening the production in all production branches of industry does not dodge the foundry industry and technical engineers seek out possibilities of decreasing the negative impact of the production of casting on the environment. An important source of environmentally dangerous waste in foundry operation is the use of organic compounds during the preparation of shaping and core mixtures. Their substitution with materials that would ensure similar technological features of the shaping and core mixtures as the organic materials used hitherto and at the same time decrease the amount of solid, liquid and gaseous ecologically undesirable compounds used in or arising during the preparation and use of shaping and core mixtures, would be significant for decreasing the ecological burden connected to casting production. A promising group of materials usable as components of shaping and core mixtures are the biopolymer materials which can substitute the organic connective systems used in the production of foundry cores by the means of the so-called hot processes – Hot-Box and Warm-Box. This work focuses on the exploration of the technological and ecological features of several biopolymer materials available on the domestic market which have the potential to become a full alternative of the binders used so far on the basis of urea-formaldehyde, melamine-formaldehyde, phenol-formaldehyde and furan resins.
Verification of computer simulation in the field of thermal properties of foundry moulds
Šupa, Jan ; Rusín, Karel (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with thermal qualities of moulding mixtures of foundry mould of various types of sand grains and a computer simulation of the solidification of the cast. The aim of this work is to compare the values of thermal qualities of moulding materials bonded with water glass taken in experimental measurements to the values of thermal qualities of moulding materials connected with organic binding agent contained in simulation software. A sample cast will be moulded in order to evaluate cooling capacities of individual moulding mixtures according the shift of thermal axis. These results will consequently be compared to the results of the simulation.

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