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Electronically tunable frequency filters
Štěpán, Radim ; Jeřábek, Jan (referee) ; Herencsár, Norbert (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with a proposal of electronically controllable filters by means of modern active elemental parts such as current conveyors, transconduct amplifiers or programmable current amplifiers. The suggestion of new connection of frequency filters uses graphic chart of active and passive elements. In the introduction there is described the survey of signal flow graphs, modern active elements suitable for proposal frequency elements. The procedure of proposal of controllable frequency filter based on set typical formula of designed circuit is demonstrated as an example. On a basis of different modifications the designed circuit is made with various types of active elements. Simulation results of the program PCspice confirmed the proper working of the proposal circuits.
Optimization of properties of 3D printed patterns for the technology of casting into ceramic shells
Štěpán, Radim ; Horáček, Milan (referee) ; Krutiš, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis is focused on optimizing the 3D printed patterns used for investment casting into ceramic shells technology. The technology of hybrid investment casting and complete process of ceramic shells manufacturing is described in this thesis. During the burnout of the 3D printed pattern a problem with shell cracking arises. This problem was solved by optimizing the 3D printed pattern – the amount of pattern infill and venting the pattern cavity. The optimizations were successfully verified on the sword guard pattern.
Versatile autonomous circuit equivalents of floating and grounded passive elements
Štěpán, Radim ; Koton, Jaroslav (referee) ; Herencsár, Norbert (advisor)
This thesis deals with a proposal of versatile autonomous circuit equivalents of floating and grounded passive elements by means of modern active tectonic blocks, such as current and voltage conveyors of all three generations. Current conveyors range as essential tectonic blocks in a current mode. Concerning signal processing, it encompasses a mixed tectonic block. In most cases, these elements may be substituted for presently insufficient operating amplifiers. The voltage conveyor was defined on the basis of duality of current and voltage modes. This element could be selected as a suitable active component for circuits operating in a voltage mode. Implementing the connection, a general autonomous circuit is taken into account. By selecting given admittances, a FDNR (floating frequency dependent negative resistance) element, floating capacitance, floating inductance and ground to floating admittance converter may be implemented. The practical part describes connections which fulfill given requirements. The suggested elements are simulated in comparison with ideal elements and subsequently, they are applied to a frequency filter. The second order filter with a proposed induction coil was practically assembled and experimentally measured in a laboratory. The measured results were compared to simulations received by the use of ideal and real models of current and voltage conveyors.
Motorcycle renovation
Štěpán, Radim ; Píštěk, Václav (referee) ; Kaplan, Zdeněk (advisor)
The main aim of bachelor thesis is to do a list of operations and knowledges for successful renovation of the ČZ 175 monoblock, motorcycle from 1935. The thesis starts with history of Česká zbrojovka until 1953. It continues with a theoretical list of information for the successful renovation of the body and engine, including a computational and design model of the engine cylinder head. The last part is the work done on the motorcycle, the production of missing parts of the motorcycle and the overall rough estimate of the price of motorcycle renovation in terms of material and time.
Optimization of properties of 3D printed patterns for the technology of casting into ceramic shells
Štěpán, Radim ; Horáček, Milan (referee) ; Krutiš, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis is focused on optimizing the 3D printed patterns used for investment casting into ceramic shells technology. The technology of hybrid investment casting and complete process of ceramic shells manufacturing is described in this thesis. During the burnout of the 3D printed pattern a problem with shell cracking arises. This problem was solved by optimizing the 3D printed pattern – the amount of pattern infill and venting the pattern cavity. The optimizations were successfully verified on the sword guard pattern.
Motorcycle renovation
Štěpán, Radim ; Píštěk, Václav (referee) ; Kaplan, Zdeněk (advisor)
The main aim of bachelor thesis is to do a list of operations and knowledges for successful renovation of the ČZ 175 monoblock, motorcycle from 1935. The thesis starts with history of Česká zbrojovka until 1953. It continues with a theoretical list of information for the successful renovation of the body and engine, including a computational and design model of the engine cylinder head. The last part is the work done on the motorcycle, the production of missing parts of the motorcycle and the overall rough estimate of the price of motorcycle renovation in terms of material and time.
Electronically tunable frequency filters
Štěpán, Radim ; Jeřábek, Jan (referee) ; Herencsár, Norbert (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with a proposal of electronically controllable filters by means of modern active elemental parts such as current conveyors, transconduct amplifiers or programmable current amplifiers. The suggestion of new connection of frequency filters uses graphic chart of active and passive elements. In the introduction there is described the survey of signal flow graphs, modern active elements suitable for proposal frequency elements. The procedure of proposal of controllable frequency filter based on set typical formula of designed circuit is demonstrated as an example. On a basis of different modifications the designed circuit is made with various types of active elements. Simulation results of the program PCspice confirmed the proper working of the proposal circuits.
Versatile autonomous circuit equivalents of floating and grounded passive elements
Štěpán, Radim ; Koton, Jaroslav (referee) ; Herencsár, Norbert (advisor)
This thesis deals with a proposal of versatile autonomous circuit equivalents of floating and grounded passive elements by means of modern active tectonic blocks, such as current and voltage conveyors of all three generations. Current conveyors range as essential tectonic blocks in a current mode. Concerning signal processing, it encompasses a mixed tectonic block. In most cases, these elements may be substituted for presently insufficient operating amplifiers. The voltage conveyor was defined on the basis of duality of current and voltage modes. This element could be selected as a suitable active component for circuits operating in a voltage mode. Implementing the connection, a general autonomous circuit is taken into account. By selecting given admittances, a FDNR (floating frequency dependent negative resistance) element, floating capacitance, floating inductance and ground to floating admittance converter may be implemented. The practical part describes connections which fulfill given requirements. The suggested elements are simulated in comparison with ideal elements and subsequently, they are applied to a frequency filter. The second order filter with a proposed induction coil was practically assembled and experimentally measured in a laboratory. The measured results were compared to simulations received by the use of ideal and real models of current and voltage conveyors.

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