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Manufacturing of aluminium alloy castings in sand mould
Exner, Zbyněk ; Roučka, Jaromír (referee) ; Záděra, Antonín (advisor)
The thesis theoretically deals with research activities in the field of molding mixtures, description and division of aluminum alloys for castings. Furthermore, the thesis presents the process of production of the cylinder head of the internal combustion engine Jawa 50, from the design of a 3D model and its production by 3D printing to its casting from aluminum alloy EN AC-46000. Molds from bentonite, self-hardening and oil-bentonite molding mixtures were used to cast the test casting. To complement the experiment, the casting was also made using the lost-wax casting method. For the production of wax models, it was necessary to make a mother mold. Subsequently, two different ceramic shells were made. The first one was designed to cast only one casting, the second one, with a different orientation of the models to the inlet, allowing to cast two pieces of castings at once.
Modern anorganic foundry binder systems
Lorenc, Michal ; Rusín, Karel (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
Today, the problem caused by various kinds of activities is a great impact on the environment. This also applies for the foundry industry, which has a relatively large share of this pollution. For this reason, constantly evolving new binders, which do not have such an impact on the environment. The aim of this work is to become familiar with these types of binders that are more friendly to our already devastated the planet.
The Study Manufacturing Process Control Selected Components
Ločárková, Hana ; Bednář, Josef (referee) ; Jurová, Marie (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with a study on production process management for a selected component of the joint-stock company ZDAS. This component is cast piece. The first section is paying attention to the production process of a cast piece, starting from the offer, offer processing, proposal of manufacturing process, production of a cast piece inclusive of testing and, according to customer´s requirement, rough machining, where the last phase of order is a transport of product to customer. Another section is focusing on the productional subdivision of the moulding shop, where the moulding shop inputs and outputs, the mould making are described as well as evaluation of the plan fulfilment of castings production in the monitored periond. The closing section contains proposals that should lead to the improvement of production, conditions of their implementation and potential contributions.
Influence of type of base sand on strength of geopolymer sand mixture
Kudr, Martin ; Šupálek, Milan (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
The goal of this research is to find out the effect of different types of opening material on bending strength geopolymer’s moulding mixture. Four different silical opening material were used along with two types of binder. To solve the selected problem I have used the test of bending strength. At first I have prepared the moulding mixture and after its induration, I have tested the bending strength. The times were always the same 60, 120 and 1440 minutes. The highest level of bending strength was achieved at opening material SH-34 when using binder Geopol 618. The value of bending strength level was 0,881MPa. The results of this research could help the foundries during implementing technology of geopolymer moulding mixture, which would help particulary when looking for a proper opening material.
Water soluble foundry binders with heat hardening
Vaverka, Jiří ; Rusín, Karel (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
This thesis is focused on water soluble foundry binders with heat hardening. The thesis comprises general description of moulding mixtures, the description of the most common methods used for heat hardening and primarily the list of current and alternative binders, which reduce negative environmental impact of foundries. Also their qualities, benefits and drawbacks are included.
Search in field of core shooter machines
Klíma, Jiří ; Pavlík, Jan (referee) ; Bradáč, František (advisor)
This thesis deals with construction and technology of core shooter machines. Thesis contains basic characteristics of machines and overview of world manufacturers. The machines are compared in terms of arrangement and used equipment. For completeness, there is focus on single core production technology, preparation of raw materials and manufacturing automation. In conclusion there is assessment of the current situation and view on future developments in this area.

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