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Modern trends of using ceramic cores for aerospace and IGT sector
Karafa, Pavel ; Láník, Boris (referee) ; Tomek, Ladislav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the manufacturing process and applications of ceramic cores for use in investment casting foundries. These ceramic cores find use extensively in the aerospace and energy industries for the production of turbine blades, or sometimes to create cavities in castings, which can’t be created by other methods. A separate task of ceramic cores described in the work is to create cooling cavities inside the body of the blade to improve the working process of the turbine. Work on the introduction briefly describes the casting using the lost wax method, which the turbine blades are produced, then the materials, separate process for producing ceramic cores, removing them from casting and default application of kernels.
Testing and evaluation of ceramic core properties for investment casting technology
Tirala, David ; Krutiš, Vladimír (referee) ; Kaňa, Václav (advisor)
Production of top quality castings for applications in energy, aerospace and medical industries by the addition of ceramic cores to investment casting presents many metallurgical and technological problems. Ceramic cores applied in investment casting are subjects to many requirements in terms of their inertness to the casted alloy and at the same time to their final removal from the casting cavity in such a way that does not damage the casting. Both of these assumptions can be achieved by applying a thin layer of inert oxide ceramic coating to the surface of a ceramic core, made out of a chemically removable – leachable oxide ceramic.
Modern trends of using ceramic cores for aerospace and IGT sector
Urbanovský, Jan ; Láník, Boris (referee) ; Tomek, Ladislav (advisor)
The work deals with ceramic cores production proces for investment casting. Those cores are using in aerospace and IGT sectors not just in gas turbine blades production. Their specific application is in forming cooling cavities important for safe and reliable turbine. The work is going through the all steps in production, from choosing the correct material, to removing core from cavities.
Numerical simulation of the ceramic core manufacturing in the investment casting process
Kinc, Marek ; Kováč, Marek (referee) ; Tomek, Ladislav (advisor)
The aim of this diploma thesis is validation of numerical simulation of the ceramic core manufacturing in the investment casting proces. The first part submit the theoretical description of the manufacturing of the ceramic cores and a description of the basic principles of numerical simulations. The second part compares the video recording of filling the wax-ceramic mixture to the die-casting mold and simulation of the same process created in a simulation software Cadmould 3D-F.
Testing and evaluation of ceramic core properties for investment casting technology
Tirala, David ; Krutiš, Vladimír (referee) ; Kaňa, Václav (advisor)
Production of top quality castings for applications in energy, aerospace and medical industries by the addition of ceramic cores to investment casting presents many metallurgical and technological problems. Ceramic cores applied in investment casting are subjects to many requirements in terms of their inertness to the casted alloy and at the same time to their final removal from the casting cavity in such a way that does not damage the casting. Both of these assumptions can be achieved by applying a thin layer of inert oxide ceramic coating to the surface of a ceramic core, made out of a chemically removable – leachable oxide ceramic.
Numerical simulation of the ceramic core manufacturing in the investment casting process
Kinc, Marek ; Kováč, Marek (referee) ; Tomek, Ladislav (advisor)
The aim of this diploma thesis is validation of numerical simulation of the ceramic core manufacturing in the investment casting proces. The first part submit the theoretical description of the manufacturing of the ceramic cores and a description of the basic principles of numerical simulations. The second part compares the video recording of filling the wax-ceramic mixture to the die-casting mold and simulation of the same process created in a simulation software Cadmould 3D-F.
Modern trends of using ceramic cores for aerospace and IGT sector
Karafa, Pavel ; Láník, Boris (referee) ; Tomek, Ladislav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the manufacturing process and applications of ceramic cores for use in investment casting foundries. These ceramic cores find use extensively in the aerospace and energy industries for the production of turbine blades, or sometimes to create cavities in castings, which can’t be created by other methods. A separate task of ceramic cores described in the work is to create cooling cavities inside the body of the blade to improve the working process of the turbine. Work on the introduction briefly describes the casting using the lost wax method, which the turbine blades are produced, then the materials, separate process for producing ceramic cores, removing them from casting and default application of kernels.
Modern trends of using ceramic cores for aerospace and IGT sector
Urbanovský, Jan ; Láník, Boris (referee) ; Tomek, Ladislav (advisor)
The work deals with ceramic cores production proces for investment casting. Those cores are using in aerospace and IGT sectors not just in gas turbine blades production. Their specific application is in forming cooling cavities important for safe and reliable turbine. The work is going through the all steps in production, from choosing the correct material, to removing core from cavities.

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