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Applying SolidWorks Flow Simulation for cooling system of the power converter
Matoušek, Patrik ; Vetiška, Vojtěch (referee) ; Dostál, Lukáš (advisor)
Thesis deals with the issue of cooling power converters. It describes the disposition of power converter M50, produced by ELCOM, a.s., and the distribution and origin of heat losses in the converter. The thesis then describes the process of creating a 3D CAD model of the converter in Solidworks and the procedure for heat simulation of the converter in default state and with cooling fan failures using Solidworks Flow Simulation. The thesis then evaluates the results of these simulations, and on their basis it suggests possible improvements in the design of converter‘s cooling system. These improvements are then evaluated in further simulations. The thesis then describes the verification of performed simulations by comparison with a temperature-rise test.
Formula Student Differential Holders
Matoušek, Patrik ; Šebela, Kamil (referee) ; Janoušek, Michal (advisor)
This thesis deals with the used design solutions for differential mounting in Formula Student monoposts and with the selection of the optimal construction for the Dragon X monopost from the TU Brno Racing workshop. The thesis also deals with the analysis and suitability of the proposed structural unit in comparison with last year's solution and its separate strength, weight and functional analysis.
Electronic supercharger for Formula Student
Matoušek, Patrik ; Šebela, Kamil (referee) ; Janoušek, Michal (advisor)
The main goal of this diploma thesis is to verify the application of the Electric compressor in the Formula Student monopost category. Diploma thesis is focused on the computational model and analysis of the combustion engine in the GT-POWER software. Outputs from this calculation are used for the design of the main parameters of battery pack. In the final part of the thesis, the monoposts with ordinary turbocharger and with the electric compressor are compared in the lap time simulation in the Autocross discipline.
Electronic supercharger for Formula Student
Matoušek, Patrik ; Šebela, Kamil (referee) ; Janoušek, Michal (advisor)
The main goal of this diploma thesis is to verify the application of the Electric compressor in the Formula Student monopost category. Diploma thesis is focused on the computational model and analysis of the combustion engine in the GT-POWER software. Outputs from this calculation are used for the design of the main parameters of battery pack. In the final part of the thesis, the monoposts with ordinary turbocharger and with the electric compressor are compared in the lap time simulation in the Autocross discipline.
Formula Student Differential Holders
Matoušek, Patrik ; Šebela, Kamil (referee) ; Janoušek, Michal (advisor)
This thesis deals with the used design solutions for differential mounting in Formula Student monoposts and with the selection of the optimal construction for the Dragon X monopost from the TU Brno Racing workshop. The thesis also deals with the analysis and suitability of the proposed structural unit in comparison with last year's solution and its separate strength, weight and functional analysis.
Applying SolidWorks Flow Simulation for cooling system of the power converter
Matoušek, Patrik ; Vetiška, Vojtěch (referee) ; Dostál, Lukáš (advisor)
Thesis deals with the issue of cooling power converters. It describes the disposition of power converter M50, produced by ELCOM, a.s., and the distribution and origin of heat losses in the converter. The thesis then describes the process of creating a 3D CAD model of the converter in Solidworks and the procedure for heat simulation of the converter in default state and with cooling fan failures using Solidworks Flow Simulation. The thesis then evaluates the results of these simulations, and on their basis it suggests possible improvements in the design of converter‘s cooling system. These improvements are then evaluated in further simulations. The thesis then describes the verification of performed simulations by comparison with a temperature-rise test.

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