Course: Production technology

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Course title Production technology
Course code KTMI/KX007
Organizational form of instruction Lecture
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 3
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction unspecified
Work placements unspecified
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Beneš Libor, prof. Dr. Ing. IWE
Course content
1. Total aggregate table of basic production technologies, adjacent and helping operation and technologies, advantages and disadvantages of technologies, economic and ecological views on production technologies, different procedures from raw material to finished product. 2. Meaning of foundry industry, rise and history of foundry industry, characteristics, summary and fission of foundry production, total scheme of production of cast with circulation of material in foundry by classical casting of material, foundry industry like industrial process, advantages and disadvantages of casts, classical industrial process of single-use forms and merits, gating, models, forming materials and substance, forms, merits etc. 3. Progressive technology of production of forms, pyrogenation of model, evaporative model, method C-Croning, V-process, production of forms by freezing, production of casts in plaster and compact ceramic forms, modern and progressive methods, casting under pressure, gravity casting, spun casting, tixo-casting, continuos and half-continuos casting. 4. Defects of casts, sorting of defects, corrective measures to prevention of rise of defects, foundry materials and their natures, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, survey and description. 5. Production of fluid metal, curing and refinement of melt, filtration, modification, inoculation, equipment to melting and foundry of metal, etc, computer simulation programms for melting of material like modern implement for getting quality casts and for optimalization of metal utilization and of forms. 6. Moulding of material, essence and basic acts of plastic deformation, malleability and deformation resistance, processes running in material, permanent deformation, deformation textures. 7. Change of features and structure by hot working and by cold working, strenghthening and fortification of metal by plastic cold deformation, recrystallization. 8. Influence of moulding over structure and features of steel, production of iron sections and bar iron, production of semi finished flat, steel wire drawing, stake drawing, specialised and unique ways of moulding, helping moulding procedures, production of blanks, technology of blooming and slab rolling. 9. Moulding of aluminum and its alloy, technological moulding processes, extrusion pressing, hydrostatic pressing, rolling, mounting, cold working. 10. Basic ways of welding, fusion welding, arc welding, gas welding, electro-slag welding, by laser, plasma, compression welding, electric welding, friction welding, by supersound, induction welding, explosive welding. 11. Cutting of material by shearing, plying, special methods of formation of material 12. Protection of surface, metal and non-metallic coatings, organic coatings from plastic materials and from gum, cladding of sheets, regaling, firing spraying, coats, corrosion inhibitors, etc.

Learning activities and teaching methods
unspecified
Learning outcomes
The goal of this subject is giving of basic survey and essence of production engineering technologies especially from the area of foundry industry and moulding of metal materials, most important and most widespread technologies by elaboration of metals. Part of this subject is description of advantages and disadvantages of single technologies and their examination from ecological, economic and technological angle. Simultaneously is given survey of basic ways of decoction and ways of protection of metal surfaces from corrosion incidence.

Prerequisites
Orientation in engineering technologies and their capabilities Knowledge of the properties of manufactured and semi Knowledge of principles and methods of production possibilities of mutual confusion

Assessment methods and criteria
unspecified
Recommended literature
  • Bednář, B. Technologičnost konstrukce odlitků. UJEP, 2005.
  • Beránek, Z. Slévárenství. 1997.
  • Kreibich, V. Teorie a technologie povrchových úprav. 1999.
  • Michna, Š., a kol. Encyklopedie hliníku, ADIN. Prešov, 2005.
  • Mohyla, M. Technologie povrchových úprav kovů. 1987.
  • Nová, I. Technologie I. - slévárenství a svařování, Liberec 2005. Liberec, 2005.
  • Nová, I. Teorie slévání I, Liberec. Liberec, 2006.
  • Novotný, J. a kol. Technologie I. Slévárenství, tváření a povrchové úpravy. 2001.
  • Žídek, M., Dědek.,V., Sommer, B. Tváření oceli. SNTL, 1998.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Production Management (15) Mechanical engineering and mechanical production 1 Winter
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Production Management (11) Mechanical engineering and mechanical production 1 Winter