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NTO - Non-convetional material removal processes - 2341082

  • Course language(s): Czech
  • Keywords: machining; electro discharge machining; wire electro disharge machining; laser beam; electron beam; plazma beam; water jet; ultrasonic machining
  • Prerequisities: Basic knowledge of phisics and chemistry.
  • KOS component course information

 

Study

Study programme

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Academic year: 2016/17
1 master
full-time
Mechanical engineering  2+1 a,ex O 4 2 Production and Materials Engineering
2 master
part-time
Mechanical engineering  10/6 a,ex O 4 2 Production and Materials Engineering
Academic year: 2017/18
13 master
full-time
Průmysl 4.0  2+1 a,ex OE 4 2 (without fields - PR40)
14 master
part-time
Průmysl 4.0  10/6 a,ex OE 4 2 (without fields - PR40)
Academic year: 2018/19
11 master
full-time
Mechanical engineering  2+1 a,ex OE 4 4 Production and Materials Engineering
12 master
part-time
Mechanical engineering  10/6 a,ex OE 4 4 Production and Materials Engineering
supervisor(s) Ing. Pavel Novák, Ph.D.
lecturer(s) Ing. Pavel Novák, Ph.D.
practicer(s) Ing. Pavel Novák, Ph.D.
examiner(s) Ing. Pavel Novák, Ph.D.

Synopsis

Basic working principles, current machining apllications, future development. Electrodischarge machining - principle, mechanism of material removal, hole and 3 - D schapes production, wire electrodischarge maschining. The utilization of the energy beams for machining - laser, electron and ion beams, plasma arc. Electrochemical machining - basic principle, applications, full - form shaping. Chemical machining. Water - jet and ultrasonic machining. Technological, economical and surface quality consideration when using nonconventional processes.Environmental and Safety Aspacts of Electrophysical and Electrochemical Processes.

Goals of study

Knowledge of basic material-removal principles in the field of non-conventional machining. Theoretical analysis of basic applications, present-day technological applications presentation, technological possibilities, economic and environmental aspects of non-conventional machining.

Course curriculum

  1. Basic characteristics of nontraditional machining processes.
  2. Electro-discharge machining I.
  3. Electro-discharge machining II.
  4. Electro-discharge machining III.
  5. WEDM - Wire electro-discharge machining.
  6. LBM - Laser beam machining.
  7. Electron-beam, plasma-beam machining.
  8. ECM - Electro chemical machining I.
  9. ECM - Electro chemical machining II.
  10. ECM - Electro chemical machining III.
  11. Chemical machining.
  12. Ultrasoud machining.
  13. HDM, (WJM) - Hydrodynamic machining.

Training course curriculum

  1. Introductory seminar, seminars organisation.
  2. EDM applications.
  3. EDM applications - visit in industry.
  4. LBM applications - visit in industry.
  5. LBM, PBM applications - comparison with WJM.
  6. Seminar works discussion, assessment.

Literature

  • Barcal J.: Nekonvenční metody obrábění. Vydavatelství ČVUT, skripta ČVUT, Praha 1989 ()

Recommended literature

  • Mc Geough, J. A.: Advanced Methods of Machining, New York. Chapman and Hall ()
  • Hassan El-Hofy: Advanced Machining Processes, McGraw-Hill, 2005 ()
  • De Baar,A., E., Oliver, D.,A.: Electrochemical machining. London, Mac Donald, 1968
  • Wilson, J., .F.: Praktice and Theory Elektrochemical machining, New York, Wiley - Interscience, 1971


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