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Design of computational algorithm for using of hollowed shaft in electric machine
Tobiáš, Jan ; Hadaš, Zdeněk (referee) ; Vlach, Radek (advisor)
The aim of this work is to develop the possibility of usage the hollow shafts in electric machines. The first part focus on explanation theory of mechanic, which is connected with loading of the shaft. Specifically are explained the methods of computation deformation and normal stress. Next is mentioned the theory of gyroscope and described its consequence. After that is explained problematique of critical speeds. In the following part is described process of solving the shaft loading according the previous analytic formulas. These formulas are formulated to be able to reflect the shaft loading depending on value of inner diameter as property. Practical part focus on creating the calculator for usage the hollow shaft in electric machines. In this chapter is described how the calculator works and how to controll it by user. In the last part are shown calculated results and their analysis. In the summary is mentioned possible usage of the results and ideas for improvements.
Universal control unit of technological processes
Gogola, Marek ; Vlach, Radek (referee) ; Krejčí, Petr (advisor)
This diploma thesis is about design and realization of universal control unit of technologic processes in food-processing industry. The main goal of this work is to create a device, which will be able with respect to desired values and using measured data autunomusly regulate output. In this work was done the realization of the control unit both from hardware and software aspect. Designed control unit is able to change the output power according to measured temperature. Furthermore is able to control of 2 relays. To set up the desired values and control of relays is used PC software.
Use of dynamical model for control of heating
Veselý, Antonín ; Vlach, Radek (referee) ; Grepl, Robert (advisor)
This work deals with finding and verifying available identification methods and self-tuning controllers algorithms. It’s the theoretical foundation for software development with this focus range.
Design of experimental model of boiler
Kuba, Pavel ; Sikora, Michal (referee) ; Vlach, Radek (advisor)
This thesis describes the design of experimental model of boiler and identification of systems parameters. Model and measuring unit were designed on basis of research study. Data acquisition module NI USB-6216 was used to measure and transfer data to computer. Programe MATLAB was used to proces data.
Optimalization of thermoelectric linear actuator
Tlach, Michal ; Páleníček, Jan (referee) ; Vlach, Radek (advisor)
This dissertation describes the process of designing, process of optimalization and the following implementation of the changes of the thermoelectric linear actuator which operates the opening and the closing of the valves used in the most modern buildings for example for floor heating. It is a product produced in large series with the annual production of more than half of a million items. The reason for the optimalization is the instability during the assembly in the production and the reduction of costs, whereas the final assembly takes place in Germany. The dissertation deals with designing of the conceptions for solving of the trouble parts of the current version of the actuator. The chosen concept is consequently optimalized, tested and put into production.
Active Damping of Electric Machines Platform
Vaške, František ; Houfek, Martin (referee) ; Vlach, Radek (advisor)
This thesis deals with a design of an experimental model of active damping of eletric machinery platform, its mathematical description and control through the use of a computer. It compares various ways of construction, their physical principles and feasibility. The thesis also contains a description of the model made and of the way it is controlled.
Coupled modeling of induction motor using finite element method
Gregor, Tomáš ; Huzlík, Rostislav (referee) ; Vlach, Radek (advisor)
This thesis describes complex modeling of asynchronous motor by finite element method. Complex modeling concerns to making models based on different physical principles and their connection. Models are made in Ansys program components and their connection is made in program Ansys Workbench. This thesis includes creating electromagnetic model, thermal model, mechanical model and coupled model which connect partial models.
Analysis of the turbine housing design in terms of heat leakage
Diakov, Jakub ; Lošák, Petr (referee) ; Vlach, Radek (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the judgment of usability of the topology optimisation of the Ansys Workbench program combined with thermo-mechanical fatigue and the non-linear material model of a turbine housing. The first part of the thesis includes research which serves for the purpose of understanding and for theoretical support of the practical part. The research part of the thesis at first gives reasons for the choice of the main aim of the thesis. The main aim of the thesis is the decrease of heat leak from the exhaust fumes due to the reason of the sooner combustion products processing and lower emissions production. The second chapter of the research analyses the construction and function of a turbocharger from the perspective of the geometry of the components and also from the perspective of the production and use of the components. The following chapter deals with the analysis of the energetic and thermal balance of the turbocharger. This chapter mentions the fundamental simplifications of the calculation problem and these simplifications are applied in the practical example. Next, the chapter analyses the thermo-mechanical fatigue, classification of the areas of fatigue and it also analyses the approaches used for the life expectancy predictions. The chapter of the research part deals with the selected areas of calculation and their theoretical basis. The last chapter analyses the fluid mechanics and the selected methods of the topology optimisation which are available in the selected calculation program. After the research part of the thesis, there follows the practical part which discusses a multiphysical example of the turbine housing optimisation from the perspective of heat leak and of the turbine housing being exposed to the thermo-mechanical fatigue. The practical part which is composed of several steps is based on the CFD analysis and this analysis is used for the purpose of gaining thermal conditions in order to calculate the transient thermal analysis. Out of the outcomes of the coupled transient thermal analysis, there is used the spatial temperature field which as a result of the expansivity of the material causes non-homogenous stress on the turbine housing. The practical part has an individual chapter dedicated to the usability of the topological optimisation in different types of tasks. One of the parts of this chapter includes is a suggestion of the methodology for determination of voltage limitation for the selected type of topological optimisation. The penultimate chapter in the practical part is dedicated to the topological optimisation of the turbine housing on the basis of the preceding voltage analysis and determined limitation. The last chapter includes performed validation of the optimised shape of the housing after the geometry is adjusted. The validation is performed from the perspective of steady state temperature of the output combustion products, of speed of heating of the optimised geometry and from the perspective of the comparison of the life expectancy determined in the thermo-mechanical fatigue. At the end of thesis, there are included conclusions discussed and suggested, scope for improvement and possibilities for continuation of further research.
Analyses of High Voltage Switch-board Thermal Phenomena
Malina, Antonín ; Ančík, Zdeněk (referee) ; Vlach, Radek (advisor)
The thesis is focus on thermal analysis of switchgear. It was executed in Ansys FEM program. Switchgear has to satisfy lot of exams, one of them is thermal exam. It was executed by ABB company and the aim of the work is in possibility that substitution by the numerical method.
Mechatronic Design and Verification of Autonomic Thermoelectric Energy Source for Aircraft Application
Ančík, Zdeněk ; Sikora, Michal (referee) ; Opluštilová, Michaela (referee) ; Vlach, Radek (advisor)
Předložená disertační práce řeší komplexní mechatronický návrh autonomního termoelektrického zdroje energie pro letecké aplikace. Na základě dostupných zdrojů a literatury práce popisuje současný stav problematiky. V práci jsou prezentovány simulační modely MEMS termoelektrických článků, které jsou ověřeny experimentálním testováním a hodnotami dostupnými od výrobce. Na základě metodiky model-besed design byly navrženy a vyrobeny tři demonstrátory. Jejich vlastnosti byly testovány v reálných podmínkách na letecké pohonné jednotce.

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