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Overview of rapid prototyping technology for metallic parts
Žaba, Tomáš ; Nevrlý, Josef (referee) ; Paloušek, David (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor paper is to make a survey of Rapid Prototyping methods which enable workability of metal materials. It explains the principles of older methods as well as the latest ones including Selective Laser Sintering, Direct Metal Laser Sintering, and Laser Engineered Net Shaping, Direct Metal Deposition and Electron Beam Melting. The paper presents the examples of practical applications on component parts. The latest equipment and machinery available on present market and their technical specification are listed at the end of the description of individual methods. The paper is completed with visual documentation. The final part of the paper contains the analysis of gained pieces of knowledge and future possible development is outlined.
Speciation and fractionation analysis of metals in agricultural soils
Lepař, Petr ; Mládková, Zuzana (referee) ; Diviš, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the procedures and analytical techniques associated with speciation analysis and fractionation of metals in agricultural soils. The first part defines the basic concepts related to speciation, fractionation, soils and elements contained within it. The following chapters describe procedures of samples withdrawal and its adjustment including a description of some methods used for the purpose of extraction, fractionation and speciation analysis. The last chapter is devoted to listing of some separation techniques and instrumental methods used for the purposes of speciation and fractionation.
Assessment of the effectiveness of filter material DMI-65 on removing metals from water
Konečný, Jiří ; Hrich, Karel (referee) ; Biela, Renata (advisor)
The first chapter of diploma thesis discusses about various water processes which remove metals and metalloids compounds from water. A substantial part is devoted to filter materials, which include a new filter material DMI-65. Comprehensive chapter discribes characteristics, proporties and practical application of filter material DMI-65. The next chapter describes the process of pilot testing of material DMI-65 in the water treatment plant in Ivancice. At the end of the diploma thesis, the laboratory test of filter material DMI-65 is described, including the description of particular metals that are removed from the water and the compresion of the filter materiál DMI-65 with other selected filter materials.
Application of mosses and lichnes for the evaluation of presence of the metals in the environment
Pavlovičová, Adriána ; Vávrová, Milada (referee) ; Komendová, Renata (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the use of mosses and lichens as plant bioindicators, to assess environmental pollution by metals. Defines the sources of metals in the environment, describes the morphology of species of mosses and lichens. The last part refers to methods of active biomonitoring which use mosses and lichens and proposes concrete species of mosses and lichens, which could be used to assess environmental platinum metal pollution.
The problems of interaction testing compounds in ecotoxicology.
Pavlíčková, Ivana ; Pavlovský, Jiří (referee) ; Doležalová Weissmannová, Helena (advisor)
Bachelor thesis summarizes current knowledges of the problems of interaction of tested compounds and the determination of ecotoxicity. The work deals with the evaluation of ecotoxicity of binary mixtures of substances, toxic metals, or biologically active substances. The work is a brief summary of ecotoxicity tests used.
Possibilities of removing metals from drinking water sources by water treatment processes
Marzinová, Kristýna ; Látal,, Milan (referee) ; Biela, Renata (advisor)
In my diploma thesis I focused on the issue of metals, their occurrence in drinking water sources in the Czech Republic and the possibility of their removal by water supply processes. Heavy metals degrade the quality of water resources, so more complex water treatment technologies are needed. The first part describes the metals, their properties, their significance and occurrence in water, then the possibility of removing metals using water supply processes. In the practical part of the diploma thesis I performed a laboratory experiment to remove iron, manganese and nickel by adsorption on selected filter materials, which are Filtrasorb F100, Filtrasorb F 400, Bayoxide E33 and GEH. The experiment was used to compare the effectiveness of selected sorption materials.
Determination of inorganic substances in sludges from sewage disposal plants
Rachůnková, Hana ; Sommer, Lumír (referee) ; Doležalová Weissmannová, Helena (advisor)
According to valid legislation inorganic substance determination will be analyzed in the sludges withdrawn from the Modrice sewage disposal plant. Based on gained results subsumption of the sludge into categories will be carried out and method of their use will be suggested.
3D metal printing by wire welding methods
Přibyla, Dalibor ; Izák, Josef (referee) ; Sigmund, Marian (advisor)
This thesis presents the most commonly used technologies of 3D metal printing by wire welding methods, like WLAM, EBAM and WAAM. Deals with their principles, sub methods, applications, suppliers and also with current researches and trends, which are focused on deposition of thin layers. CMT technology is closely described, with attention on its certain kinds, like Cycle step, Advanced, Pulse Advanced, Pin and Braze+. Then, the CMT workplace at IMID DREAD, FME BUT is described by individual components, automatization and robotization. Final evaluation shows, that the chosen workplace is appropriate for required 3D print of magnesium alloys and overhanging structures, due to cold metal transfer technology and low purchase price.
Determination of alergenic and potential alergenic metals in cosmetics
Krakovková, Lenka ; Zemanová, Jana (referee) ; Diviš, Pavel (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis was to provide an overview of the prevalence of allergenic and potentially allergenic metals in eye shadows. The diploma thesis gives an overview of the legislation on cosmetics and description of the types of allergenic reactions caused by allergenic and potential allergenic metals in eye shadows. Listed below are the preparation methods of the samples for analysis and the list of the methods by which can the selected metals be analyzed. The experimental part of the diploma thesis deals with an analysis of selected allergenic and potentially allergenic metals in eye shadows. In the experimental part of diploma thesis method of sample preparation for analysis of eye shadows and a method of analysis of sample of eye shadows by ICP-MS have been optimized. Monitored analytes were selected metals. Altogether 6 samples of eye shadows from different manufacturers were chosen. Measured results have been statistically processed, confronted with the applicable legislation and assessed in terms of possible allergic reactions.
Determination of selected metals in fruit compotes
Hauerlandová, Petra ; Vespalcová, Milena (referee) ; Diviš, Pavel (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the determination of some metals in fruit compotes packed in cans. There is described the production of fruit compotes and metal packaging legislation relating to the studied issues, the possibility of contamination of food packaging components, packaging corrosion, metal migration from packaging and techniques used for the analysis of metals in the food industry. Concentrations of metals in 14 different fruit compotes from a commercial network in the Czech Republic were determined by ICP-MS technique in the experimental part. Concentrations of metals were detected only in the juice of stewed fruit, because the juice is in direct contact with the surface of packaging, and metals are transferred first into it. The measured values were compared with the maximum permissible levels of metals in fruit compote determined by European legislation. In some cases there were found higher concentrations of tin, but other metals did not exceed the allowable amounts. Concentrations of metals in the compote varied depending on the kind of compote, which could be due to a different chemical composition of compotes depending on the origin of food and process of the fruit production, or a different cans coating material.

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