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Computational Modeling of Dynamic Behaviour of Tractor
Hejčl, Pavel ; Řehák, Kamil (referee) ; Prokop, Aleš (advisor)
This work deals with the assessment of the effects of a rear-mounted mower on tractor dynamics. The first part summarizes knowledge of the used tractor suspension variants and their various modifications. Furthermore, the current possibilities for simulating the dynamics of tractors and the construction of the rear three-point hitch are described. The main part of the work is devoted to the assembly of the multibody model of the tractor with the rear-mounted mower. The correctness of the assembly of the virtual tractor prototype is verified by comparison with the technical experiment on the real tractor. The validated model is further used to analyse various well-defined steady-state and transient driving conditions typical of this set.
Design of the Parking Brake Mechanism
Hagara, Adam ; Řehák, Kamil (referee) ; Prokop, Aleš (advisor)
The main goal of the presented diploma thesis is the design and solution of the design of the parking brake mechanism. The theoretical part is devoted to a more detailed description and analysis of the current parking brake mechanisms, specifically the ratchet parking brake mechanism located in the automatic vehicle transmission. The starting point for the practical design part of the thesis is the preparation of conceptual designs together with determination of the most suitable and optimal concept of the mechanism. The next step is the detailed development of the chosen concept, which is accompanied by a series of calculations of individual components while complying with the given requirements. Subsequently, the functionality of the mechanism itself is verified using dynamic analysis, while individual verification states are verified and evaluated. At the end, the FEM analysis of the relevant components of the parking brake mechanism is also performed in order to confirm functionality, while based on the results, the optimization of the geometry of the relevant components is subsequently performed. The thesis also includes a drawing documentation attached in the annex of the thesis.
Design of the Shift Mechanism Dedicated for Electric Driven Cars
Capoušek, Josef ; Řehák, Kamil (referee) ; Prokop, Aleš (advisor)
In this paper the problematic of the design of the shift mechanism for a multi-gear transmission is presented. Research part is focused on the recent electric drive units development and the application possibilities of multi-gear transmissions. Available studies shows a possible improvement in vehicle parameters, primarily a reduction in energy consumption and vehicle drive range. Design of the shift fork mechanism includes the conceptual design creation, the optimal variant choice based on a multi-criteria assessment, the structural design and the subsequent analysis of components and creation of a technical drawing of selected parts.
Alternative Fuels for CI-engines
Matoušek, Martin ; Řehák, Kamil (referee) ; Dundálek, Radim (advisor)
The topic of this bachelor thesis is alternative fuels applicable in diesel engines. First, a brief introduction to the diesel engine is given, then the individual alternative fuels are described. The most important findings about these fuels are summarized and a comparison with diesel fuel is made. Finally, each fuel is evaluated in terms of its advantages, disadvantages and applicability in practice.
Strain stress analysis of BS splint
Řehák, Kamil ; Fuis, Vladimír (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
This master‘s thesis deals with strain-stress analysis of hip joint together with the final applied total endoprosthesis with Burch-Schneider cage. The main point of my work was to find the solution of stress–strain analysis state, which has been mentioned before in connection with Burch-Schneider cage. I describe the technique of geometric creation of whole body system, component´s materials or conditions which are neccessary for calculation. In coclusion there are results achieved in variants. In the first option the case of bone tissue was considered, which don’t reach degradation mechanical properties effect straining under Burch-Schneider cage. In some cases when the bone tissue is untimely forced, the necrosis of bone tissue takes place under Burch-Schneider cage. This possibility is described in the second option of type. For every option there was a case which was calculated with applied screw or without it. In all option mechanical features of cancellous bone tissue and their change influence on achieved results were considered. This problem was solved computational simulation in commercial software Ansys Workbench 12.0.
Hybrid Drives in the Tractor Construction
Líčeník, Adam ; Řehák, Kamil (referee) ; Prokop, Aleš (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis utilizes survey of types hybrid propulsion systems in the tractor construction. It evaluates its operational advantages and disadvantages and presents examples of some tractors and its elements. The thesis focuses on components which are used in hybrid propulsion systems. In the conclusion there is a review of individual variations in terms of emission and economy of operation.
Wind power plant
Šponiarová, Petra ; Prokop, Aleš (referee) ; Řehák, Kamil (advisor)
The electricity production from renewable sources is a very current topic. It also includes the electricity made by wind power plants, which the bachelor’s thesis concentrates on. An extensive research study was conducted to provide an overview of wind turbine types. Concerning wind power plants, apart from their visual impact, noise and vibration connected to their operating is an often discussed issue. The construction of a wind turbine stands for the most important role in reducing such unwanted effects. Technical experiments following specific standards and recommendations are performed to assess the impact of wind turbines-emitted noise and vibration on humans. In order to assess noise and vibration of a wind turbine a technical experiment is proposed, which uses different approaches to determine the critical components. The selection of a suitable measuring equipment and the choice of location for its subsequent use are important parts of the design. At last, the use of wind power plants is critically reviewed.
Usage of transmission at electric vehicles
Běloušek, Ondřej ; Prokop, Aleš (referee) ; Řehák, Kamil (advisor)
At first bachelor thesis divides different conceptions of electric vehicles with the aim to describe characteristic components which electric vehicles contain, and that make it different in comparison with conventional cars. From the principle of the electric vehicle it is obvious that electric energy which is necessary for electric drive must be stored and for this reason the batteries and important components are described. The next part is dedicated to the powertrain which is affected by the presence or absence of an internal combustion engine and its usage rate. Common feature is an electric machine which transforms electrical energy into mechanical energy, and which makes powertrain complete. Gearboxes used at electric vehicles are the next part which is affected by the type of power unit that they cooperate with. For that reason, one representative from each part is described. The representative of hybrid electric vehicles is planetary gear set of Toyota Prius 2010, representative of battery electric vehicles is one-speed transmission of Tesla cars and in the end the multi-speed transmission is mentioned because it is today´s trend. Because of the absence of an internal combustion engine for some types of electric vehicles, the noise and vibrations from gearbox come to the fore. The main source of the vibration is gears teeth contact and rattle of the other components. The last part of the thesis is focused on the design of a technical experiment that is suitable for measuring vibration and noise from two-speed automatic transmission. Firstly, the theoretical basis of measurement is described. The design itself takes into account the suitable measuring equipment, the right choice of components that realize closed loop and installation space of the acoustic chamber.
Design of test rig for long-term testing of couplings intended for railroad applications
Machálek, Ondřej ; Prokop, Aleš (referee) ; Řehák, Kamil (advisor)
The master thesis deals with design of test rig for long-term testing of coupling appointed to railway vehicles. At first, there is made a brief research which is related to railway coupling used for transmitting a torque. This is followed by an analysis of the most used power devices to derive real loads conditions of tested couplings. There is chosen the most appropriate conception based on made analysis and it is followed by the description of designed components. There is made a verification of modal properties non-purchased components which is necessary part of the thesis. Numerical modal analysis was performed in ANSYS Workbench software. In the end of the thesis there are included stress-strain analysis of the chosen designed components.
NVH parameters determination of gearbox housing
Belák, Kristián ; Prokop, Aleš (referee) ; Řehák, Kamil (advisor)
This master’s thesis deals with determination of NVH parameters of the gearbox housing. Introductory part is focused on the necessary theoretical knowledge. Subsequently, it contains the modal analysis with the computational and experimental approach, which are being compared to each other. In the case of the computational approach, analysis of the influence of bolt pretension on the modal properties is also involved. The thesis continues with the harmonic analysis with the computational and experimental approach, including their mutual comparison. Based on these analyses, design modifications for improvement of the NVH parameters are designed at the end of the thesis, which are being compared to each other and to the original geometry, using the computational approach.

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