Course detail

Production Processes

FEKT-MKC-VYPAcad. year: 2020/2021

Winding processes, impregnation processes. Technology of insulative systems. Connecting systems in electrical and electronic arrangements. Mechanical assembly technology. Formation of functional thicknesses. Properties and industrial processes of anisotropics materials, introduction to theory of piezoelectricity. Electron processes. Ion processes. Plasma technology. X-ray processes. Radiation processes. Nuclear processes. Laser processes. Ultrasonic processes. Computer aided industrial processes.

Learning outcomes of the course unit

The student after passing the exam:
• knows construction and technological problems by winding production, by reels production and by production of insulating systems
• knows basal connecting systems in electrotechnical and electronical products
• knows basic operation in mechanical assemblies technology
• knows characteristics of anisotropic materials and industrial processes in their realization
• can explain working principle in the systems which use electron beams ionic beams, X-rays, nuclear transmutation, lasers and ultrasonic and their effects on materials
• knows principles of computer aided industrial processes


The subject knowledge on the Bachelor´s degree level is requested. Suppose knowledge from subject "BPC-EVM2 Electrotechnical materials and production processes II".


Not applicable.

Recommended optional programme components

Not applicable.

Recommended or required reading

Šavel J.: Materiály a technologie v elektronice a elektrotechnice. BEN - technická literatura Praha 1999 (CS)
Kazelle J. a kol.: Výrobní procesy. Elektronická skripta 2007 (CS)
Askeland, R. D. The Science and Engineering of Materiále, PWS Publishing Copany Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116-4324, 1994 (3. vydání), ISBN 0-534-93423-4. (EN)
John Stark, Van Norstrand Reinhold, Engineering Information Management (EN)
Kazelle J. a kol.: Výrobní procesy. Elektronická skripta 2015 (CS)

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Lecture are conducted by using PowerPoint presentation, short video - clips and films and discussion with students. Exercising are divided on computer and reckoning exercising. Subject be coupled excursion into choice companies and research institute.

Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes

Practice attendance is obligatory.
Individual test: (lectures in weeks 1 - 5).
Requirements for individual test - at least 50% from the points it means at least 20 points. Individual tests are done in the written form and must be passed by the end of the teaching part of the term at the latest.
Final exam: (max. 60 points) - (lectures in weeks 6 - 13).
9 tasks - max. 5 points for 1 task (lectures in weeks 6 - 11).
3 tasks max. 5 points for one task (lectures in weeks 12 - 13).
The students may apply for the final exam if they attended all needed practice and passed successfully the test, it means after receiving 50% points at least.

Language of instruction


Work placements

Not applicable.

Course curriculum

1. Winding processing, constructional and technological problems with winding and coils processing, materials for winding, sorts of winding, coiling machines, impregnation processing, materials and equipment.
2. Technology of insulative systems for application in HV.
2. Connecting systems in electrical and electronic arrangements.
3. Conductive connection processing, conductor and elements connecting methods, materials for conductive connection processing.
4. Mechanical assembly technology. Basic operation. Adjustment in materials.Conecting of mechanical part. Antistatic prevention.
5. Spreading and formation of functional thicknesses. Special thicknesses. Connecting systems in thicknesses.
6. Introduction in computer aided industrial processes.
7. Computer aided industrial processes.
8. Properties and industrial processes of anisotropics materials, introduction to theory of piezoelectricity. Possibilities of use anisotropics materials.
9. Electron processes, obtaining and control of movement electric charged elements, operation of electron beam, metal welding, metal melting and evaporation, electron beam cutting, exploitation of chemical and the other effects of the electron beams.
10. Ion processes, obtaining of ion beams, sputtering and etching, ions implantation.
11. X-ray processes, generation and characteristics of X-ray radiation, X-ray lithography, radiation technology in production. Nuclear processes, basic conception, transmutation of semiconductor materials, producing of electronic active structures.
12. Laser processes, theoretical principles in function of lasers, laser distribution, characteristics and some applications of lasers in industrial processes.
13. Ultrasonic processes, physical fundamental of ultrasonic, ultrasonic sources, use of ultrasonic effect.


The aim of the course is to make students familiar with the modern technology processes in the electrotechnical industry, their preferences and limitations in the confrontation with classical technology. In the introduction to computer aided industrial processes the students will be offered the possibilities in the use of computers in industrial processes, from component design and fittings to complex automatization.

Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences

The content and forms of instruction in the evaluated course are specified by a regulation issued by the lecturer responsible for the course and updated for every academic year.

Classification of course in study plans

  • Programme MKC-EVM Master's, 1. year of study, summer semester, 6 credits, compulsory

Type of course unit


Exercise in computer lab

4 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer

Laboratory exercise

4 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer

Field trip

8 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer