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Polymer nanocomposites for interior car body parts
Miškolci, Michal ; Bálková, Radka (referee) ; Jančář, Josef (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is interested in the problem of scratch resistance of interior car body parts. In this thesis, the solution is seen in using polycarbonate – based nanocomposites. In theoretical part, a literature search of this theme was made. In experimental part, the samples based on polycarbonate were prepared, and their tensile modulus was tested, as one of the main parameter affecting the scratch resistance.
Effects of structural and processing parameters on th eproperties of polymer nanocomposites
Zárybnická, Klára ; Žídek, Jan (referee) ; Jančář, Josef (advisor)
The work deals mainly with preparation protocol of nanocomposites. The task of this work is to study structural and procedural parameteres that control the dispersion of nanoparticles in polymer solution to be able to prepare desired spatial organization of nanoparticles. The work resolves the effect of various components such as polymer matrices, nanoparticles and solvent, in which matrices and nanoparticles are blended. Used components control final dispersion state of nanoparticles and it influences also properties of investigated materials such as glass transition temperature, stiffness and rheological properties.
Influences on the Creation and Size of Interpenetration Layers During Lacquering of Polycarbonate Moldings
Svobodová, Hana ; Dočekalová, Julie (referee) ; Sedlák, Josef (advisor)
Diploma thesis is focused on influences on the creation and size of interpenetration layers during lacquering of polycarbonate mouldings. In the diploma thesis there is a complete description of the production of the external lens for the automobile headlight. The experimental part consists of five experiments. The subject of the experiment is to find the most optimal process settings or other solutions that would lead to positive results of chemical tests. During the tests the individual phases of the production process are examined. After each experiment follows execution and evaluation of chemical tests in the reliability laboratory.
Centre for Prevention, Masaryk Oncology Institute in Brno
Buzová, Magdaléna ; Kraus, David (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
The objective of the diploma thesis is the new building of Cancer Prevention Centre, first of its kind in the Czech Republic. The site is located on steep terrain of the south hillside of Žlutý kopec in Brno, which is a part of Masaryk Oncological Hospital complex. The aim of the Cancer Prevention Centre is to attract the citizens’ attention and invite them to undergo a preventive medical check-up with the potential to save hundreds of lives every year. The project takes this fact in consideration and strives to find ways leading not only towards establishing new relationship between the building and the public, but also towards connecting the city centre and nearby by residential area with the hospital complex. The three volumes of the buildings create a dynamic composition and therefore complete the characteristic development of Masaryk Oncological Centre. The main concept however revolves around the motive of instability, balance and journey which are all linked to tumour diseases.
Teaching-space paradigm
Vašička, Pavel ; Müller, Rudolf (referee) ; Rozwalka, Szymon (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to create a new Faculty of Architecture in close proximity to the Faculty of Fine Arts on the BUT campus. The aim was to achieve a dignified environment for teaching future architects. In the complex there is a building designed for the Faculty of Architecture. However, it does not have sufficient capacity to cover teaching needs. Therefore, both the existing building and the extension and their interconnection were solved within the project. The main goal of the project was to create an environment that reflects today. The architect in particular should have a more general overview. The premises are as open and shared as possible, so that the students themselves enrich each other as much as possible. Emphasis is placed on the open layout of the interior, into which the exterior blends in selected places, the floors are enriched with atriums and elevated floors, which allow greater social contact.
Influence of tempering to dimension of two-component polycarbonate molding
Svobodová, Hana ; Dočekalová, Julie (referee) ; Sedlák, Josef (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on changing the dimensions of two-component polycarbonate holding during the tempering process. In the thesis there is a complete description of the production of the external lens for the automobile headlight. The experimental part is focused only on the part of the process, the tempering. The subject of the experiment is to determine the effect of the temperature in the tempering furnace and the effect of the used slats on the dimensions of the polycarbonate molding. 3D measurements are used to evaluace dimensionality. The influence of the slats is examined with free types of slats.
Design of manufacturing technology for plastic mount carbon
Fojtík, Jakub ; Mořkovský, Václav (referee) ; Kandus, Bohumil (advisor)
This master thesis deals with design of injection moulding technology for plastic holder of carbon brushes made of polycarbonate labelled Lexan 945A. The injection is performed into injection mould with hot runner system. Initially there is general study related to plastics and injection moulding technology. Further the study continues with injection moulds with hot runners and ends with computer analysis of injection moulding process. The designed injection mould for production of plastic holders is three-plate, double cavity mould with four hot nozzles and one parting plane, where one of the plates serves for mounting of the hot runner system inside the mould. This work contains part of the drawing documentation and item list of the injection mould. The selected injection moulding machine is Arburg Allrounder 370 U labelled 700-290 according to EUROMAP.
Corrosion resistance of PA and PC components
Mikel, David ; Pospíšil, Ladislav (referee) ; Jančář, Josef (advisor)
The influence of two lubricating and cleaning agents and diesel fuel on environmental stress cracking of polyamide reinforced by glass fibers and polycarbonate was studied in this master thesis. Testing of environmental stress cracking was performed by the method of critical bending deformation. Bergen elliptical strain jig was used for testing. The test liquids caused varying levels of environmental stress cracking of amorphous polycarbonate, but they did not cause environmental stress cracking of glass fiber reinforced polyamide. The test method used allows testing the resistance of both materials against environmental stress cracking of any liquid. The results can be used to design products that are expected to be exposed to corrosive liquids. Quantification of the influence of stress free corrosion on the static and impact properties of polycarbonate and glass fiber reinforced polyamide was performed by accelerated test. Specimens were exposed to test liquid and an elevated temperature of 70 °C. The mechanical properties of the tested materials were significantly affected by elevated temperature exposure. The yield strength of the polycarbonate has increased and the toughness has decreased due to physical aging. The tensile strength of glass fiber reinforced polyamide has increased due to a decrease of the moisture content of the material.
Replacement of headlamp parts screw fixation by a plastic nail
Lysa, Bohuslav ; Píška, Miroslav (referee) ; Polzer, Aleš (advisor)
The master thesis covers several issues linked to a substitution of headlamp screw fixation by a plastic nail. The thesis includes an analysis of the headlamp technology, including description of the prescribed durability tests. On the basis of the analysis some new designs of plastic nails are proposed, consistent with characteristics of plastic materials. Selected outcomes of the analysis have been tested as prototypes and verified with Finite Elements Method in SimDesigner including 3D modeling capabilities provided by the Catia V5. The feasibility study regarding a casting form of the new design of plastic nails and technical economic valuation for contingent assembly mounting is included in the thesis.
Composite printing for 3D FDM printer
Műller, Jakub ; Sliwková, Petra (referee) ; Zemčík, Oskar (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the study of 3D printing based on the FDM method. This method focuses on the possibility of using two extruders it means that the composite parts can be printed. This diploma thesis describes the available variants of composite printing currently on the market. Based on the gained knowledge and the availability of 3D printers and software, individual variants of composite parts were printed. A tensile test was performed on these samples to determine the strength characteristics. Additionally, compatibility and adhesion of two selected materials were tested. Based on the testing is made an evaluation of the achieved results, effectiveness and feasibility.

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