Electrotechnical Materials and Production Processes II
FEKT-BKC-EMV2Acad. year: 2018/2019
Surface treatment, protective layers, corrosion immunity, thin layers, thin layer usage, assembly technology, connecting technology, special industrial processes, electron, ion, RTG, nuclear, lasers, ultrasonic and electro-erosive processes.
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The student after completion of the course:
- can describe basic industrial processes in the area of electrotechnical technology
- can explain basic working principles of the systems exploiting electron beams, ionic beams, X-rays, nuclear transmutation, lasers, ultrasonic and electro erosion, their advantages and limitations from the point of view of industrial processes
- is able to explain basic working principles of sources of electron beams, ionic beams, lasers and ultrasonic converters
Suppose knowledge from subject BPC-MPE - "Materials for electrotechnics.
Recommended optional programme components
Recommended or required reading
Šavel J.: Materiály a technologie v elektronice a elektrotechnice. BEN - technická literatura Praha 1999 (CS)
Šesták j. a kol.: Speciální materiály a technologie. Academia Praha 1993 (CS)
Kazelle J. a kol.: Elektrotechnické materiály a výrobní procesy. Elektronická skripta 2015 (CS)
Kazelle J.: Elektrotechnické materiály a výrobní procesy - Kapitola 6. Elektronická skripta 2015 (CS)
Kreibich V.: Teorie a technologie povrchových úprav (CS)
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
The Lectures are realized by using PowerPoint presentation, short video - clips and films and discussion with students. Exercises are divided into and calculations exercises and excursion trips into chosen companies.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
Attendance of the practice is obligatory. Final exam takes place during in the examination period. The exam is written.
Language of instruction
1. Surface treatment: main principles of creations protective layers, selection of technology, production facility, materials. Corrosion immunity. Quality testing.
2. Thin layers: basic types, theoretical analysis of production of thin layers, selection of substrates, special technology. Usage of thin layers.
3. Assembly technology: basic systems assemblies’ processes, connecting technology in electric and electronic arrangements, test method. Antistatic security.
4. Electron processes, sources and effect of electron beams
5. Systems used and use of electron processes.
6. Ion processes and their use.
7. X-ray processes. Radiation technology.
8. Nuclear processes and their use. Transmutation of semiconductor materials.
9. Laser processes, principle of operation and types of lasers.
10. Power lasers, characteristic and some of the laser application.
11. Ultrasonic processes, physical bases of ultrasonic.
12. Ultrasonic sources, usage of the ultrasonic effects in technology.
13. Electro-erosive processes and their use.
The aim of the course is to make students acquainted with the special modern technological processes in relation to the classical technologies.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences
Attendance of the practice is obligatory.
Classification of course in study plans
- Programme BKC-MET Bachelor's, 2. year of study, summer semester, 3 credits, compulsory