National Repository of Grey Literature 34 records found  previous11 - 20nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.00 seconds. 
Possibility of realization of heavy drive of tipping equipment
Ševčík, Martin ; Kočiš, Petr (referee) ; Knoflíček, Radek (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is description of possible implementations of a drive for heavy duty tipping devices, used for tipping large and heavy (up to tens of tonnes) pieces. Besides basic theoretical information contains the thesis also practical part, in which there is designed particular way to drive a tipping device, used in a production.
Racing Game in 3D
Ševčík, Martin ; Láník, Aleš (referee) ; Šuška, Boris (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis describes issues of interaction between Java Monkey Engine (jME) and models created with program Autodesk 3D Studio Max. It contains theoretical basis for the jMonkey Engine architecture and Lightweight Java Game Library (LWJGL). In the following section, the thesis describes techniques of working with objects in the 3D scene and their way of implementation.
Wireless sensor network
Ševčík, Martin ; Fedra, Zbyněk (referee) ; Prokopec, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deal with the ZigBee wireless technology and design of a simple sensor network on its principle. The network is designed for a smaller apartment. As the temperature sensor is used DS1631 thermometer. Communi-cation of the coordinator with the computer ensures XPort®. Used modules from the Meshnetics company integrates the AVR processor and the radio transmitter / receiver at 2.4 GHz operating frequency.
3D Racing Game For Android Platform
Ševčík, Martin ; Polok, Lukáš (referee) ; Láník, Aleš (advisor)
This master's thesis deals with the possibilities of using open source 3D game engine Java Monkey Engine (jME) in developing applications for the Android platform. It includes theoretical knowledge for the jMonkey Engine architecture and the Android platform. In the following section, the thesis describes used techniques and external libraries in solving issues of interaction between jME and Android platform and of working with objects in the 3D scene and their way of implementation.
Influence of a Free Surface and Gradient Change of Material Properties on a Crack Behaviour
Ševčík, Martin ; Kohout, Jan (referee) ; Klusák, Jan (referee) ; Náhlík, Luboš (advisor)
This thesis was written under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Luboš Náhlík, Ph.D. and Assoc. Prof. Pavel Hutař, Ph.D. The topic of this thesis is the study of a free surface effect and gradient change of material properties on a crack behavior. The common theme of the work is a fracture mechanics description of a crack behavior near a material nonhomogeneity. Here, the material nonhomogeneity can be understood either as a boundary of a body (interface between body and surrounding) or as a continuous change of material properties. The thesis is introduced by a review part where the state-of-the-art of the concerned topic is described. This part presents several stress state descriptions in the vicinity of some general singular stress concentrators, particularly a crack and a V-notch. The influence of the free surface on a fatigue crack front shape is discussed here. The review part follows with the fracture mechanics description of the graded materials. The problem formulation and the main aims of the thesis are stated in the following chapter. The core of this work is the fracture mechanical description of a crack propagating near the material nonhomogeneity. The thesis focuses on a stress field description near the free surface of the body where a change in a type of the singular stress field occurs. Methods used in generalized fracture mechanics are applied here to describe the stress field near the free surface. The difference between crack behavior in thin-walled and thick-walled structures is shown and supplied by relevant examples. Methods and procedures used are later utilized for estimation of a crack behavior in graded structures. The thesis is concluded by the discussion of obtained results in appropriate context.
Fracture behavior of welded polyolefin pipes
Mikula, Jakub ; Kučera,, Jaroslav (referee) ; Ševčík, Martin (advisor)
Cílem této diplomové práce je řešit problematiku poškozování svařovaných polyolefinových potrubí. Prezentovaná práce je zaměřena na numerické modelování kvazi-křehkého porušování, které je přímým důsledkem šíření creepové trhliny. Svařování polyolefinových potrubí vnáší do oblasti svaru nehomogenní rozložení materiálových vlastností a tvar svarového výronku způsobuje vznik geometrických koncentrátorů napětí. Posouzení těchto vlivů na životnost svarového spoje a výpočet polyolefinových potrubí je hlavním cílem této práce. V práci je uveden popis několika experimentálních testů (především CRB a PENT) k určení materiálových vlastností popisujících kinetiku trhliny. Výsledky práce jsou prezentovány pro polyetylenové potrubí (PE 100 110 x 6.3 SDR 17.6). Polyetylen je jeden z nejčastěji používaných materiálů právě v oblasti potrubních systémů. Prezentované výsledky práce mohou být použity i pro jiný polyolefinový materiál. Predikce životnosti polyolefinových potrubí je založena na lineárně elastické lomové mechanice (LELM) a koncepci faktoru intenzity napětí. Diplomová práce doplňuje tuto metodologii výpočtu životnosti o výpočet svařovaných polyolefinových potrubí z pohledu lomové mechaniky s náznakem možnosti budoucího výzkumu.
Numerical modeling of behavior of a particle composite with crosslinked polymer matrix
Máša, Bohuslav ; Ševčík, Martin (referee) ; Náhlík, Luboš (advisor)
The master's thesis deals with the determination of macroscopic behavior of a particulate composite with cross-linked polymer matrix under tensile load. The main focus of thesis is estimation of mechanical properties of a composite loaded by tensile loading using numerical methods (especially finite elements method). Investigated composite is composed of matrix in a rubbery state filled by alumina-based particles (Al2O3). Hyperelastic properties of the matrix have been modeled by the Mooney-Rivlin material model. Different compositions of particles, their different shape, orientation and different volume fractions have been considered. For all these characteristics of composite numerical models have been developed. The damage mechanisms of the matrix have also been taken into account. Results of numerical analyses have been compared with experimental data and good agreement between numerical models with damage mechanisms of matrix and experimental data has been found.
Computational modelling of strain and stress in spur gearing using FEM
Ševčík, Martin ; Maňas, Pavel (referee) ; Vrbka, Martin (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with computation modeling of spur gearing using FEM. The methodology of checking calculation was suggested for gears which are not possible to check only by using standard ČSN 01 4686. The analysis of influence of vicinity of stress concentration on stress distribution in tooth root was performed. It is possibility to use the gears with thinner rim than the standard ČSN 01 4686 recommends. The main part of this work is devoted to fatigue crack propagation study in gears with thin rim. Aiding T-stress the influence of constraint and stress multiaxiality on crack propagation was taking into account. The predicted fatigue crack propagation paths were compared with certain experimental data. It is demonstrated that the considering of influence of constraint improves estimation of consequent crack propagation direction and in some cases the influence of constraint can significantly change the estimated crack propagation path.
The Use of Means of Artificial Intelligence for the Decision Making Support on Stock Market
Ševčík, Martin ; Bobková, Irena (referee) ; Dostál, Petr (advisor)
This diploma thesis describes issues of use of means of artificial intelligence for the decision making support on stock market. It includes theoretical knowledge of technical, fundamental and psychological analysis and artificial intelligence. Based on these facts have been created specific suggestions for the use of artificial neural networks to forecast the future value of the index S&P 500 by using development environment of the MATLAB software.
Simulation of the HVS characterstics in Matlab
Ševčík, Martin ; Slanina, Martin (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Tomáš (advisor)
In theoretical part Diploma thesis deals with the model of human vision HVS (Human Visual System), which can be used for image quality assessment in TV technique area. It has been described calculations of selected JND (Just Noticeable Difference) metrics, used in evaluation of HVS. In practical part of the thesis it has been suggested and realized simulation model in Matlab, which may be used for evaluation of three JND metrics from color and grayscale images and evaluation in spatial a frequency domain. Results of JND models have been compared to another objective image quality evaluation metrics (MSE, NMSE, SNR and PSNR). For interpretation of dependencies it has been used images with different defined content.

National Repository of Grey Literature : 34 records found   previous11 - 20nextend  jump to record:
See also: similar author names
24 ŠEVČÍK, Martin
3 ŠEVČÍK, Milan
1 Ševčík, Marcel
6 Ševčík, Marek
18 Ševčík, Michal
3 Ševčík, Milan
5 Ševčík, Miroslav
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.