Spectroscopic methods for non-destructive diagnostics
|Subjet code :||FEKT-DFY2|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication|
|Supervisor:||doc. Ing. Karel Liedermann, CSc.|
|Department:||Department of Physics|
|Study form:||full-time study|
|Language of instruction:||Czech|
|Number of credits:||4|
|Year of study:||1|
The study programmes with the given course
Objective of the course – aims of the course unit:|
The objective of the course is the study, both theoretical and experimental, of transport, relaxation and stochastic processes in solids. Students will learn the basic methods in reliability analysis, degradation and noise and dielectric spectroscopy. The key objective of the seminar is, however, not so much a mere acquisition of theoretical and experimental finding but rather a deeper understanding of the physical nature of all three spectroscopic methods and the ability to use and develop these methods for practical applications.
Objective of the course – learning outcomes and competences:|
After the course, students should be able to distiguish between stationary and non-stationary processs, understand physical mechanisms of noise and excessive carrier transport and be able to determine the reliability indicators of a given circuit element. Furthermore, they should understand the microphysical nature of polarization processes and partial discharges, including their mathematical description. Based on these tools, the students should be able to design and to develop diagnostic methods for the individual particular applications.
MEng/MSc degree or equivalent in Electrical Engineering, Materials, Physics or Chemistry.
Course contents (annotation):|
The subject of the seminar are three methods, dealing with the description, experimental investigation and localisation of defects, namely noise non-destructive spectroscopy, partial discharges based diagnostics and dielectric relaxation spectroscopy. Main topics cover transport and stochastic processes, noise non-destructive spectroscopy, non-destructive diagnostics, reliability tests, mechanisms of of partial discharges and polarisation mechanisms at a microscopic level, mathematical and physical description of dielectric polarisation, dielectric relaxation spectroscopy.
Teaching methods and criteria:|
Teaching methods depend on the type of course unit as specified in the article 7 of BUT Rules for Studies and Examinations.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes:|
Types of defects, surface and structural defects, methods of localisation, destructive and non-destructive defects and their identification
Ambrózy, A.: Electrical Noise, Budapest, Academia, 1982
Type of course unit:
|39 hours, compulsory|
|Teacher:||doc. RNDr. Milada Bartlová, Ph.D.|
doc. Ing. Karel Liedermann, CSc.
prof. Ing. RNDr. Josef Šikula, DrSc.