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STO - Special machining technology - 2341068

 

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Academic year: 2017/18
1 bachelor
full-time
Production and economics in engineering  3+2 a,ex O 5 6 Technology, Materials and Economy in Engineering
2 bachelor
part-time
Production and economics in engineering  12/6 a,ex O 5 6 Technology, Materials and Economy in Engineering
supervisor(s) Ing. Vítězslav Rázek, CSc.
lecturer(s) prof. Dr. Ing. František Holešovský; prof. Ing. Jan Mádl, CSc.; Ing. Vítězslav Rázek, CSc.
practicer(s) Ing. Vítězslav Rázek, CSc.
examiner(s) prof. Ing. Jan Mádl, CSc.

Synopsis

Development of cutting material, cutting speed development and consequences on the properties of surface finish. Hard and precision machining, engineering economics and ecology.Influence of surface layer and selecting methods of machining process parameters. New methods of abrasive machining, grinding of ceramics, grinding difficult-materials. Expert, adaptive and intelligent control systems, abrasive processes. Physical methods of machining, manufacturing methods and gear threading, finishing methods. Technology in the aerospace industries, automotive, energy and other areas.

Goals of study

Extending the knowledge about new methods of machining, progressive tool materials, cutting conditions and their effect on machined surface integrity, including applications in various industries.

Course curriculum

  1. Development of cutting material, cutting speed development and consequences on the properties of surface finish.
  2. The integrity of the surface in terms of development of cutting materials.
  3. Hard and precision machining. environmental engineering.
  4. Economy machining, manufacturing costs and optimization of cutting conditions.
  5. Surface integrity at abrasive method finishing.
  6. Surface layer behaviour under dynamical load influence of selection of finishing method and process parameters.
  7. New methods of abrasive machining.
  8. Ceramics grinding, grinding of hard machining materials. Expert system, adaptive system, intelligent system of abrasive process control.
  9. Physical methods of machining.
  10. Methods of production of threads and gears.
  11. Finishing methods.
  12. Technology in the aviation and automotive manufacturing.
  13. Technology in energy and other areas.

Training course curriculum

  1. Application of cutting materials, including the calculation of cutting conditions and economic comparison.
  2. Application of cutting materials, including the calculation of cutting conditions and economic comparison.
  3. Machinability of materials and its influence production technology.
  4. Machinability of materials and its influence production technology.
  5. Grinding - cutting conditions, the equivalent chip thickness and grinding diagram.
  6. Grinding - cutting conditions, the equivalent chip thickness and grinding diagram.
  7. Milling with noble tooling materials.
  8. Milling with noble tooling materials.
  9. Application of non-conventional machining methods in production.
  10. Application of non-conventional machining methods in production.
  11. Application of non-conventional machining methods in production. Excursions.
  12. Application of non-conventional machining methods in production. Excursions.
  13. Summary of subject matter, review papers and credit.


Script editor: Ing. Pavel Novák, Ph.D. (p.novak@fs.cvut.cz)
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