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Electromagnetic field calculation of Induction machine for different mechanical load
Hetflajš, Martin ; Kurfürst, Jiří (referee) ; Skalka, Miroslav (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with an analysis of the induction machine electromagnetic field distribution with real parameters. Whole analysis was done for three point of the mechanical load by finite element method in ANSYS. In the next part is described a basic theoretically research of the electromagnetic field and also preliminary survey of the numeric method for FEM. This thesis also contains an analysis of electromagnetic model of analyzed induction machine with detailed description of each analysis step and in conclusion the results summary was done.
Simulation models of thermal fields in electric machine
Chlup, Jaroslav ; Huzlík, Rostislav (referee) ; Janda, Marcel (advisor)
This project is dealing with simulation´s posibilities of thermal fields in electric machines. A finite element method is the final element technique. Analysis routine Ansys has worked on this platform, in which was been simulated intermittent periodic duty of asynchronous motor.
Modeling of flow on synchronous generator
Chlup, Jaroslav ; Skalka, Miroslav (referee) ; Janda, Marcel (advisor)
This project deals with simulation´s possibilities of air flow in electric machines. A finite element method is the final element technique. Aim of this project is conversion universal formula for calculation friction dissipation factor. For its location is necessary to create 27 simulations according to the 2. plan order. Usage programme MATLAB for processing results obtain requisite algorithm for calculation friction dissipation factor.
Current trends in the development and use of HTML5 and CSS3
Poništ, Ondřej ; Chudán, David (advisor) ; Sklenák, Vilém (referee)
This thesis deals with the prepared standards HTML 5 markup language for web pages and CSS 3 Cascading Style Sheets. The final specifications of these two languages isn't planned before the end of 2014, but it already appear in the practical use of the site. The aim of this thesis is to explore new options and features of HTML 5 and CSS3 compared to the current version of HTML 4.01 and CSS2, based on then summarize their advantages, which are currently possible in the creation of Web use. The thesis is divided into theoretical and practical parts. The theoretical part contains a description of HTML5 and its development and functions, as well as a description of the new CSS3 properties. Practical work demonstrates the use of new elements and features of HTML5 and CSS3 for creating web presentation.

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