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Using of X-ray for distribution analysis of electrodes for secondary cell application
Macháč, Milan ; Bača, Petr (referee) ; Chladil, Ladislav (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on in-situ analysis of the composition of the negative electrodes of second secondary cells with using X-ray radiation. The first part is dedicated to the theory of lead accumulators, including charging, discharging, battery components and individual degradation mechanisms. The main part of the thesis includes the preparation of electrochemical in situ XRD cells and following measurement of the growth of lead sulphate crystals on the OCV potential. Furthermore, the lead cell was subjected to the measurement of the cyclic voltammetry around the working point of the negative electrodes. From these measurements was evident gradual increase of the lead sulfate crystals. The analysis was supplemented with electron microscopy images. In addition, were evaluated the in-situ particle analysis of the LTO Sigma sample.
Polyvinyl alcohol based membranes for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells
Benčik, Ondřej ; Chladil, Ladislav (referee) ; Novák, Vítězslav (advisor)
Fuelcells are perspective alternative source of power. Currently used polymer electrolyte membrane. They have good qualities, but they are expensive. This is the reason, why we looking for alternative.This work deal with research qualities polymer electrolyte membrane based on Polyvinylalcohol. This polymer elecrolyte membrane asassembly to MEA structure and research qualities. This qualities based on electrical and non electrical value.
Electrochemical Properties of Lithium-Ion battery under Elevated Temperature
Kulíková, Barbora ; Chladil, Ladislav (referee) ; Bača, Petr (advisor)
This Master’s thesis deals with a monitoring of the temperature influence on Li-ion batteries, literature search of this topic and proposal of experiments. First chapter contains the theory of evolution and fundamentals of the Li-ion batteries. Planned experiments with flow charts and block diagrams are described in the second chapter. The work station is explained along with a description of the execution of the experiments in the third chapter. The experiments are analyzed and results explained in the last chapter.
Study of effect of organic additives on the zinc deposition in alkaline electrolytes using X-ray difraktometry
Smejkal, Jan ; Čech, Ondřej (referee) ; Chladil, Ladislav (advisor)
Bachelor thesis studies effect of the selected organic additives on zinc deposit properties in relation to negative electrode for Ni-Zn battery. All additives were examined with emphasis on the study of dendritic and mossy structure growth suppression at low, middle and high current densities. Additives have been selected in order to their already known benefits for Ni-Zn cell and in order to their using in galvanic production. Additives were examined by XRD diffractometer Rigaku Miniflex 600 HR and electron mi-croscope Tescan Vega 3 XMU.
Effect of Organic Additives on Electrochemical Processes Influencing Zn-Air Battery parameters
Smejkal, Jan ; Čech, Ondřej (referee) ; Chladil, Ladislav (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the study of the influence of selected organic additives on the properties and morphology of zinc deposit on the negative electrode when used in zinc-air accumulators. Organic additives have been selected based on the study of literature and previously done experiments. The deposition was made on the tin plate electrodes in a solution of 6 mol/l KOH saturated with ZnO with added additives. All chosen additives were studied with a focus on the morphology of zinc deposit and with regard to their ability to suppress dendritic growth. Zinc morphology was studied by using a Tescan Vega 3 electron microscope and a Rigaku MiniFlex HR 600 X-ray diffractometer.
Wireless timekeeper for firefighting sport
Šlechta, Adam ; Chladil, Ladislav (referee) ; Čech, Ondřej (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the analysis of timekeepers designed for firefighting sport. It presents the possibilities of solutions for these timekeepers and describes their problems. The thesis includes a review and evaluation of commercially available timekeepers. Furthermore, the thesis deals with the possibilities of solutions for wireless communication and remote time synchronization. The thesis describes the design and manufacture of a prototype timekeeper. The thesis also briefly defines the history and individual disciplines of firefighting.
Photoimpedace spectroscopy characterization of optical and electrical properties of the photovoltaic cells
Mocharová, Zuzana ; Chladil, Ladislav (referee) ; Novák, Vítězslav (advisor)
Diploma thesis mainly describes the theoretical knowledge of the topic photoimpedance spectroscopy characterization of optical and electrical properties of the photovoltaic cells, which contains development and princip of cells working, material properties of photovoltaic cells, explanation of electromagnetic waves, spectrophotometry and impedance spectroscopy, followed by a discription of the measuring device and used measuring methods. The experimental section for each measurement method describes the steps of setting the program, then the tables with measured values are involeved in some parts and a part of each method are summary graphs of measured values with subsequent evaluation.
Influence of working conditions on results of EDS analysis in environmental SEM
Kaplenko, Oleksii ; Chladil, Ladislav (referee) ; Čudek, Pavel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis contains an operating principle of the environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM), issue of detection of characteristic X-Ray by using an energy dispersive spectroscopy method. The work describes detection of X-rays through silicon drifted detector, and also the principle of qualitative and quantitative X-ray microanalysis. The aim of this work is to study the influence of working conditions in the scanning electron microscope VEGA3 XMU equipped with Xflash 6 | 10 spectroscope on the results of X-ray microanalysis and their evaluations.
The Study of ZnO Crystal Growth in Supersaturated Alkaline Solution
Bannert, Tomáš ; Máca, Josef (referee) ; Chladil, Ladislav (advisor)
This thesis deals with the study of growth of zinc oxide crystals from supersaturated solutions using a scanning electron microscope and XRD methods. The work is divided into a theoretical and an experimental part. The theoretical part analyses issues related to the principle of operation of electrochemical cells with an emphasis on Ni-Zn batteries and phenomena limiting the life and efficiency of Ni-Zn batteries with a focus on phenomena that affect precipitation processes of zinc oxide crystals. It also analyses and compares the appropriateness of the methods that have been used to study the growth of the prepared zinc oxide crystals. The experimental part describes the preparation of a supersaturated solution, the process of each analysis and its evaluation. The results of each method are compared with the theoretical assumptions and among themselves. The experimental part also contains a chapter dealing with the design of in situ X-ray diffraction analysis methods of the obtained zinc oxide crystals.
MnOx based positeve electrode for PEMFC
Šmídek, Miroslav ; Chladil, Ladislav (referee) ; Novák, Vítězslav (advisor)
Construed bachelor work features into problems hydrogen fuel articles and survey on low-temperature fuell elements with polymeric electrolyte (PEMFC). Basic sight work is study feature catalyzers on base MnOx on real fuel cell type PEMFC. Exit are then measured characteristic this way creation fuel cell.

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