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Suggestion of the manufacturing technology of a fastener for plastic molding
Duda, Tomáš ; Slaný, Martin (referee) ; Jaroš, Aleš (advisor)
The diploma thesis convey the information about the creation of technological procedures leading to the optimal way of repairing damaged parts of the fixture and creating production procedures for the production of new parts of the assembly. The theoretical part is focused on the analysis of the issue, determination of material of damaged parts for future production and designed semi-finished product. Furthermore, the technology of production from the point of view of used technologies is discussed. This includes a description of the tool materials. The practical part of the thesis is focused on the design of technological procedures for repairing damaged parts, which must be repaired as soon as possible. For the future production of new parts, the second half of the practical part includes the manufacturing processes including their description. There are evaluated variants of repair and production of new parts at the end of the thesis.
Revitalization of Film studios in Zlín
Kolbábková, Martina ; Kopáčik,, Gabriel (referee) ; Sátora, Josef (advisor)
The thesis is focused on the revitalization of the Zlín film studios, with maximum respect for the principles of the investor, using the area in the long term. Idea thesis consists in consolidating the roots of film history, familiarity with film themes and issues for every generation. It also ensures that the area live 24 hours a day. For this reason, in the area of proposed areas not only public facilities, manufacturing, sport but also areas for housing. Campus should become a place where everyone would like to return, whether for entertainment, recreation, leisure and entertainment
Production of the "truss beam" component in a smaller engineering company
Šmerda, Michal ; Chladil, Josef (referee) ; Kalivoda, Milan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis describes manufacturing of the "trussed beam" component in a small engineering company. This work is divided to several parts. The first part consists of theoretical points, which describes selected economic terms, terms about manufacturing and specific engineering technologies. Part two contains an analysis of the current state. In part three is created proposal solving, which including a product price calculation and proposal for streamlining production process and technological and economic evaluation.
Manufacturing of tubes by rolling
Šimůnek, Petr ; Řiháček, Jan (referee) ; Podaný, Kamil (advisor)
Thesis is focused on the analysis of various rolling methods used for production of seamless tubes. It is a literary study, which describes both methods for the production hollow thick-walled cylindrical billets, as well as methods for their processing into finished tubes. Comparison between them and practical use is also described. In the thesis are analysed the methods of production of hollow semifinished products by push rolling and cross rolling, e.g. Mannesmann and Stiefel methods. For the seamless tubes finishing various rolling methods are described, such as pilger mill, mandrel mill, plug mill, Assel mill, Diescher mill or pushing mill.
Efficiency Improvement Proposal of Production of Semi-Finished Products for Gun-Barrels
Zemánek, Patrik ; Botek, Jan (referee) ; Sedlák, Josef (advisor)
This thesis is focused for manufacturing of a gun barrels and his issues. In thesis is involved introducing of the company Česká zbrojovka a.s. and definition of hand fired guns. Written analysis present the state of a technological process and describe an individual phase of manufacturing of the semi-finished product of gun barrel and the following conclusion of a complex manufacturing of a gun barrel from the semi-finished product to the stand, when the gun barrel installed into the gun is. Subsequently are suggested possibly solutions of manufacturing rationalization and possibly purchasing of a new modern CNC machines. In the end is accomplished a technical-economic evaluation, which compares existing and suggesting of the technology.
Study of the Order in the Selected Business
Krejčí, Denisa ; Kardošová, Viera (referee) ; Jurová, Marie (advisor)
The master´s thesis „Study of the of the order in the selected business” is focused on the analyse of the manufacturing order flow in the company První brněnská strojírna Velká Bíteš, a. s. Thesis is divided onto three particular parts. Theoretical part is focused on the research of the professional literature elaborating topics related to process engineering and order management. Analytical part includes description of current state of the manufacturing order flow through the company and SWOT analyses. Proposal part intends to find and elaborate a possible improvement in order to optimize current process.
Software Support of Production Planning
Vaculková, Petra ; Kochwasser, Libor (referee) ; Videcká, Zdeňka (advisor)
This Master´s thesis analyzes the software support of production planning in 2VV Ltd., which deals with manufacturing and suppling air conditioning systems as are air curtains, ventilation units and ventilation products. This thesis is divided into three parts. The theoretical part describes the theoretical base of manufacturing, production planning process and its software support. The analytical part contains global analysis and critical analysis of the current status of order processing and production planning with software support and its results. The last part lists possible improvements of production planning in the company.
Work Productivity Measurement in a Manufacturing Plant
KUMBÁR, Jan
The bachelor thesis presents the types of productivity and the possibility of develop-ment in a manufacturing plant as one of the basic factors influencing the competitive ability of an enterprise and its use in a market. First, the bachelor thesis deals with all theoretical knowledge needed for a complete productivity analysis because the aim of this work is to evaluate work productivity in a particular manufacturing plant. Afterwards, the intent is to recommend a solution which is the most advantageous and applicable at the same to the enterprise. The thesis is focused on pointing out all shortcomings which must be eliminated or reduced, depending on eventualities of the enterprise. Then, a solution for eliminating those shortcomings and for increasing not only the productivity of work but also the productivity of the whole company is suggested. Finally, the gained findings are ap-plied to the production process.
Design of Electrical Machine 6 kW, 120 000 rpm for Helium Turbo-Circulator
Bárta, Jan ; Rafajdus,, Pavol (referee) ; Dušek,, Jiří (referee) ; Ondrůšek, Čestmír (advisor)
The induction machine with a squirrel cage is a workhorse of the industry. The main advantage of an induction machine is the low manufacturing price, simple and robust construction, low maintenance requirements. However, for high-speed applications, induction machine with a squirrel cage requires design modification due to the mechanical restrictions. The objective of this thesis is to show design process, methodology and assembly of the induction machine for high-speed applications. In this thesis, the rotor dimensioning data are presented. The results are demonstrated on the design of the 6 kW, 120 000 rpm solid rotor squirrel cage induction machine. This thesis also contains calculation and design of three different electrical machine topologies for a turbo circulator application. The electrical machines are designed with 6 kW output power at 120 000 rpm. The machines are estimated by using electromagnetic, thermal, and mechanical calculations. The drawbacks and advantages of each topology under study are described. For other high-speed applications, a comparative method helps in choosing the suitable electrical machine topology by examinations of discussed criteria. Rotor design effect on the electromagnetic performance of the induction machine is shown. Mechanical stresses are calculated with Finite Element Method analysis. Various assembly technologies to produce solid rotor with squirrel cage are discuss and compare. Describe approach enables high electromagnetic performance and durable construction of the high-speed induction machine. Work is confirmed by measurement on the manufactured prototype.
On the Role of the Manufacturing Industries in Economic Resilience.
Arbesleitner, Roland ; Young, Mitchell (advisor) ; Svoboda, Karel (referee) ; Figueira, Filipa (referee)
Economic resilience has recently enjoyed increased popularity in academic discourse, especially after the 2008 Global Crisis played havoc across the globe, but is as of now still in its infancy: A commonly agreed upon definition is yet to be found, and papers devoted to this concept are still rather scarce. It is commonly known that the manufacturing industries in European economies have generally been in decline for decades, and that they have primarily been replaced by the services sector. It has however been argued in the past that due to relatively high sunk costs, there is increased incentive for investors to keep manufacturing enterprises afloat during difficult times as long as possible, making them less likely to go out of business compared to others, thereby minimizing the initial blow of an economic shock to the respective economy and subsequently foster recovery. These assumptions are being examined in this paper by analysing data from the EU-28 starting at the outbreak of the 2008 crisis until 2015, followed by an investigation of individual economies in greater detail. The results show that more industrialised economies tend to have fared better during the crisis years and also managed to recover sooner.

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