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Scandinavian elements in the language of Old East Slavic legal codes
Štěříková, Hana ; Lemeškin, Ilja (advisor) ; Blažek, Václav (referee) ; Starý, Jiří (referee)
The doctoral thesis Scandinavian elements in the language of Old East Slavic legal codes consists of three main parts. The first of them puts the topic in connection with previous research and assorts it both according to chronology and ideologic influences, that have had a grave impact on scientific publications concerning the disputes over Varangians and the beginning of East-Slavic history. The lack of scientific objectivity shows not only in historical studies, but also in philological works, since linguistics played only a helping role in order to deliver proofs in favour of preferred theories. The second part of the thesis researches historiographic works of Swedish diplomat Petrus Petreius (early 17th century) and thus contributes to the polemic about who was the first normanist. The analysis shows that Petreius was a skillful compiler, but is not to be considered the first normanist. His works don't include any ideological links between Swedish politics towards Russia and Gothicism either. The third part of the thesis examines history and semantics of three Old East Slavic terms ябедник (yabednik), тиун (tiun) аnd гридь (gridʼ) and their derivatives. The author describes their occurence in historical sources and development in both morphology and semantics up to the present day and makes...
Selective Soldering
Stoklásek, Lukáš ; Petr, Martinec (referee) ; Starý, Jiří (advisor)
This diploma thesis introduces the problematics of selective soldering. The theoretical part deals with description of soldering process and its possibilitites, use of this processes for selective soldering and the control of production. The practical part describes the methodics of measuring the amount and uniformity of flux applied on printed circuit boards, effects and stability of preheaters and dwell time if PCB in the soldering wave. The next part deals with the production test for the certain product, cleanness of the single processes, x-ray diagnostics and cross section of the boards. In the end is economic evaluation of the processes. The main object of this thesis is to suggest the optimal production process for the product.
Bismuth Low Temperature Solder Pastes
Švéda, Miloš ; Zatloukal, Miroslav (referee) ; Starý, Jiří (advisor)
This master´s thesis deals with bismuth low temperature solder pastes. Describes the properties of bismuth solder pastes. It shows the process of manufacturing a printed circuit board for test. The thesis also characterizes laboratory temperature profile setting for the BiSn soldering pastes. Solder paste printing and placement 0 ohm rezistors to printed circuit boards with different surface finishes in the manufacturing plant. Setting of solder profiles for low soldering pastes in reflow oven. Testing resistence of mounted zero resistor on the test board at different aging temperature were analysed. Resistance measurement after a specified time. Testing of solder joint strenght of printed circuit boards for different surface treatments. Changes in structure wereanalysed on microsections for solder pastes.
Test Equipment for Solder Joint Strength Measuring
Čechák, Ondřej ; Špinka, Jiří (referee) ; Starý, Jiří (advisor)
This master thesis introduces the problematics of the tensile strength of soldered joints and the correlative mathematical formulas and the use of mentioned problematics in the technology of die shear/pull machines designed for the solder joint tensile strength measurement. It explains the importance and reasons for the use of this technology. The emphasis is then laid on the design and construction innovations of the current laboratory manual shear/pull measuring machine, its semi-automation and the possibility of utilizing the innovated system in a laboratory class of a subject on FEEC BUT.
X-ray Defectoscopy
Velím, Michael ; Ondřej, Šimeček (referee) ; Starý, Jiří (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with a defect detection with X-rays in the manufacturing procedure in the electrotechnical field. The work summarises the knowledge about technical possibilities of an X-ray device Cougar of YXlon company. Part of the work is focusing on scanning in 2D, 3D visualization and automatic analysis. The thesis describes inspection methods of a connector connection, the quality of a soldered joint and an encapsulated product.
Analyse and Optimise Production Process of Prototypes
Hamr, Tomáš ; Zatloukal, Miroslav (referee) ; Starý, Jiří (advisor)
This semestral thesis summarizes basic findings about issues of making development samples of PCB. The emphasis is especially on required quality which complies with mentioned norms. The theoretical section includes methodology for evaluating quality dismounted boards, assembling and soldering, parameters of components under different environmental circumstances. The practical part is carried out in cooperation with the department EEG in R&D Automotive Lighting Jihlava. It is dedicated to the design and the preparation of development samples where the quality is assessed according to given methodology from the theoretical part. PCB are analyzed by an X-ray, metallographic grinding and other methods. Recommendations are given and based on results for improvements.
SNA´19 - Seminar on numerical analysis.
Blaheta, Radim ; Starý, Jiří ; Sysalová, Dagmar
Seminar on Numerical Analysis 2017 (SNA'17) is a continuation in a series of SNA events held\nin different places in the Czech Republic and organized alternatively by Ostrava and Prague\ninstitutions. The SNA'17 is organized by the Institute of Geonics of the CAS in collaboration with\nVŠB - Technical University of Ostrava and IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Centre.\nConference location is one of the lecture rooms in New Aula of the VŠB-TU Ostrava.\nLet us note that SNA 2016 was reshaped to EMS School in Applied Mathematics (ESSAM)\ndevoted to mathematical modelling, numerical analysis and scientiffc computing. The SNA'17\nis turning back to more traditional winter event.\nIt provides opportunity for meeting and mutual information of the community working in computational\nmathematics and computer science, but an important part of SNA is devoted to the\nWinter School with tutorial lectures focused on selected important topics within the scope of\nnumerical methods and modelling.\nThis year, a part of the Winter School will be the course Parallel Linear Algebra (PLA) organized\nby the European research infrastructure PRACE, particularly by the French PRACE Advanced\nTraining Centre - Maison de la Simulation. Winter school lectures will cover the ongoing topics\nrelated to domain decomposition methods, interval computations and numerical veriffcation. The\nPLA course will provide lectures from the area of direct and iterative parallel solvers, as well as\npractical training with selected programs.
Concept of body in Old Norse literature
Novotná, Marie ; Komárek, Stanislav (advisor) ; Horáček, Ivan (referee) ; Starý, Jiří (referee)
This work attempts to outline concepts associated with body in the Old Norse literature. As the word for the body (líkamr) as well as the term for an incorporeal soul (sál) do not occur in the Old Norse literature until the translated Christian works and cannot therefore be used as markers, two areas closely connected with the concept of body have been chosen for the research: shifting of shape (hamr) and somatic expressions of emotions. In the first area, i.e. phenomena associated with shape-shifting, contexts of all (113) occurrences of radix ham- in the Old Norse literature are analysed in order to describe the semantical field of this root. Within the themes that have appeared in the material (i.e. shape-shifting related to flying, battle frenzy and magic), occurrences are ordered on an axis from those where the form (hamr) is considered to be holistic to those where just the form of body or soul is described. In this context, it is important to mention the proximity of man and animal in the Germanic environment, as shape-shifting is often related to an animal and thus points to the limits of human identity. In the second area, i.e. somatic expressions of emotions, we can also find cases where the mental and the physical area intersect and the boundaries between diseases and emotions are not...
A Comparison of William Morris' The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs and J. R. R. Tolkien's The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún
Hlavatá, Barbora ; Starý, Jiří (advisor) ; Znojemská, Helena (referee)
This thesis focuses on the formal and stylistic analysis and comparison of two works written by English authors, namely William Morris' poem The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs (1876) and J. R. R. Tolkien's poetic work The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún (published posthumously in 2009) with respect to how each of these works deals with the original Old Norse motives which they are based on. Both Sigurd the Volsung and The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún can be described as poetic adaptations of the Old Norse tale of Sigurd Fafnisbani, which is recounted in the Saga of the Volsungs and in a cycle of poems found in the Poetic Edda. Both Morris and Tolkien borrowed this story to use it in their own works, yet each of them treats it in a different manner. Therefore, not only do both of the works differ from the original Old Norse texts on multiple levels, but they also differ one from another. The differences between them can be traced in the metrical properties of the individual poems, for instance, or in the use of specific stylistic elements. From this, it can be inferred that although it was the goal of both authors to evoke the atmosphere of the legendary heroic past where Sigurd's story takes place, each of them attempts to do so in a different way. This is probably caused by...
Solder Joint Strength Measuring
Konečný, Aleš ; Chladil, Ladislav (referee) ; Starý, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis studies the definition of solder joint strength and its contributing factors. It also evaluates the options provided by using a MARK10 M5-100 digital force gauge with MESURgauge software for measuring solder joint strength and practically tests solder joint strength of SMD components sized 1206, 0805 and leads of THT components. Based on this, the thesis suggests further tests to be done in order to evaluates the degree to which each factor affects solder joint strength and suggests possible improvements of testing procedures used. These tests and improvements will be explored by a follow-up thesis, which will also be creating a part of a guide to a new laboratory exercise.

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