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Static Analysis of Steel Plates with Holes
Kolláriková, Simona ; Kytýr, Jiří (referee) ; Gratza, Roman (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with analyzing stress concentration factor for steel plates with circular holes subjected to different types of loading. Finite element analyses of uniaxial tension, biaxial tension and bending were performed, using ANSYS software. The aim of the thesis is to compare the results of the numerical analyses with available analytical solutions and to evaluate the dependence of stress concentration factor on changes in geometry of the plates or in the computational model.
Static analysis of pedestrian bridge stucture
Holada, Jiří ; Kala, Jiří (referee) ; Hradil, Petr (advisor)
The thesis is focused on a static analysis and compiling a computational model of the suspension bridge for pedestrians and cyclists over the Sázavu river in Zbořený Kostelec vilage. The model is constructed according to the real shape of the structure. The length of the footbridge is 135 m and width 4 m. The calculation and compiling a computational model is processed by program ANSYS free Student Software.
Optimization of the Wire Drawing Process
Kabilka, David ; Světlík, Radim (referee) ; Řiháček, Jan (advisor)
The aim of work is to present and analyse assessment of the current state and at the same time the proposal of adjustments to the technology or parameters, the introduction of the wire into the drawing machine. The problem arises when the introduction of wire with a diameter of 14 mm from the material CK 67 to the drawbenches Schumag. If we introduce the wire into the drawing machines with two primary beams leads to a buckling of the wire and pack between the drawing die and the boot device. For the introduction of wire are used hydraulic boot collets, which are controlled semi-automatically. In connection with professional studies and on the basis of the calculation, simulation and practical experiment have been identified the conditions allowing the current method of deployment of wire to use.
Analysis of Thermoplastic Pipes in a Soil Environment
Ekr, Jan ; Kuklík,, Pavel (referee) ; prof. Ing. Alois Materna, CSc., MBA (referee) ; Gratza, Roman (advisor)
The doctoral thesis deals with an analysis of thermoplastics pipes in a soil environment, in particularly, pipes performed by using trenchless technologies. In the doctoral thesis, experiments of polyethylene pipes loaded by external hydrostatic pressure were performed. The aim of the experiments was to determine a behaviour and load-bearing capacity of the polyethylene pipes loaded by external hydrostatic pressure. For the experiments, a steel pressure chamber was designed and produced which allowed loading and observing a pipe during its loss of the stability. Mechanical properties of the pipe material were determined based on the tensile and bending tests. The series of detailed numerical analyses of the pipe experiments were performed. Various material models which take into account elastic, plastic and viscous behaviour of thermoplastic materials were used. In addition, series of standardized calculations of polyethylene pipes installed using trenchless technologies were performed. The aim was to create new design diagrams for practical assessment of these pipes placed in the partially deteriorated old pipes. In the case of the deteriorated old pipe, a numerical model for determination of design coefficients was created. These design coefficients were verified with standard values. Then, the results of the numerical model were compared with the results of the more complex numerical model which better take into account pipe-soil interaction of various soil types.
Pulse flow of liquid in flexible tube
Komoráš, Miroslav ; Šedivý, Dominik (referee) ; Klas, Roman (advisor)
This master’s thesis is dealing with analysis of fluid flow pulse in a flexible tube representing e.g. an artery in a human body. In ANSYS program, 3D simulations were performed, and these are so-called interrelated FSI analysis. In Maple software, 1D simulations of fluid flow in the tube were performed for various thin-walled and thick-walled variants. The aim is using these programs to determine the flow rates and pressures in the tube, its wall deformation and stress. Therefore, the theoretical part deals mainly with basic equations of flow dynamics, linear and nonlinear models and rotationally symmetric vessels. In the computational part are described individual procedures in the mentioned programs.
Appropriateness of modelling the actual soil model as a uniform or horizontal two-layer soil model
Kuběna, Michael ; Topolánek, David (referee) ; Vyčítal, Václav (advisor)
The present thesis deals with soil resistivity and especially the suitability of replacing various soil models with a two-layer horizontal model. First, the factors that influence soil resistivity as well as the methodology of its measuring are described, and various soil models are introduced. Then, the Ansys program was used to create several soil models: a vertical model with perpendicular or oblique division, a model with a pronounced inhomogeneity and a three-layer model. In all of these models, a Wenner measurement simulation was performed, followed by a two-layer horizontal replacement model. Then the size of the error that was created by replacing the actual model with a two-layer horizontal model was examined.
Computational modelling of the layered piezoelectric composites and analysis of their electro-mechanical response upon harmonic vibrations
Machů, Zdeněk ; Profant, Tomáš (referee) ; Ševeček, Oldřich (advisor)
V současnosti je velmi aktuálním tématem generování elektrické energie z alternativních zdrojů, zejména z vibrací. Zařízení, která přeměňují mechanickou energii na elektrickou, využívají často ke své činnosti piezoelektrický jev. Pro optimální nastavení takového elektromechanického měniče pro danou aplikaci je třeba mít k dispozici výpočtový model, který bude schopný postihnout všechny klíčové aspekty jeho provozu. Tato práce se tedy zabývá vytvořením takovéhoto nástroje, který je schopen komplexně popsat elektromechanickou odezvu studovaného piezoelektrického měniče energie v podobě vetknutého, vícevrstvého keramického nosníku s piezoelektrickými vrstvami. Uvažovaná vícevrstvá konstrukce je během své činnosti vystavena kinematickému buzení a je rovněž zatížena tepelnou zbytkovou napjatostí vznikající při její výrobě. Vytvořený výpočtový model využívá klasickou laminátovou teorii k určení statické elektromechanické odezvy dané konstrukce. Elektromechanická odezva při kmitání uvažované konstrukce v ustáleném stavu je získána s využitím Hamiltonova variačního principu a teorie kmitání prutů. Vytvořený výpočtový model je dále schopen odhadnout zdánlivou lomovou houževnatost dané vícevrstvé konstrukce pomocí metody váhových funkcí. Výstupy vytvořeného výpočtového modelu jsou ověřeny s využitím numerických simulací na bázi MKP a dostupných experimentálních výsledků. V diplomové práci je následně vytvořený výpočtový model aplikován při hledání optimálního rozložení jednotlivých vrstev konkrétního vícevrstvého nosníku s cílem maximalizovat jeho elektrický výkon a odolnost vůči šíření povrchových trhlin, resp. vzniku křehkého lomu. Tohoto cíle je dosaženo pomocí vhodného rozložení tepelných zbytkových napětí v jednotlivých vrstvách uvažované konstrukce (řízeného použitými materiály a tloušťkami jednotlivých vrstev).
Strength analysis of mold for high-pressure casting
Ferenc, Filip ; Šotka, Pavel (referee) ; Vosynek, Petr (advisor)
This master thesis had been created at the instigation of Skoda Auto. a.s. tool design department, which designed a new concept of the diecast mold. For this new concept of construction mold was requested to describe its strain-stress behaviour. The main goal of this thesis was to run s-s analysis. According to results of s-s analysis the potentially risky location had been found and the recommendation of the design improvement had been made. The problem has been solved by Finite Element Method in software ANSYS Workbench. The output of the work is mainly used as a basis for the design of high-pressure casting molds of S. A. a.s.
Analysis of methods of modeling welding process by finite element method
Krakovský, Andrej ; Petruška, Jindřich (referee) ; Vosynek, Petr (advisor)
Presented master thesis deals with computational modelling (simulation) of welding process. Its main goal is to determine the residual stresses and deformations arising after welding. SYSWELD and ANSYS are used for simulation, both based on the finite element method. Specifically, the processes of welding fillet and butt welds are solved. Results from both software are compared with each other and verified by experimental results.
Modernization of the undercarriage module of the mobile storage system
Pastrnková, Markéta ; Vepřek, Jiří (referee) ; Škopán, Miroslav (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis presents the results of the modification of the undercarriage module of the mobile storage system called VRS. The conceptual design of the undercarriage module was created in Inventor CAD software and strength test of structural design was performed in the finite element analysis software R-FEM by Dlubal Software s.r.o company, and also has been done verification study in ANSYS Workbench R19 Mechanical program by ANSYS, Inc company. The new model was developed in accordance with valid ČSN EN 15620 standards and especially the technological possibilities of SSI-Schäfer s.r.o. were taken into account. The proposed solution is intended primarily to make the production process more efficient and to provide higher carrying capacity. The existing solution is compared with the newly created solution.

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