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Manufacturing Technology

Original title in Czech: Strojírenská technologieFSIAbbreviation: D-STGAcad. year: 2020/2021

Programme: Manufacturing Technology

Length of Study: 4 years

Accredited from: Accredited until: 31.12.2024


The production technology in Ph.D study involves foundry and machining technologies, quality management and metrology, forming technology, welding and surface treatment technologies, inclusive of automation of the preparation of production as well as automation of manufacturing processes employing the above technologies. During their studies the students will get a profound knowledge of applied methematics, physical metalurgy, theory of experiments and optimization of technological processes in particular together with other theoretical and practical information closely related to the chosen field.


Issued topics of Doctoral Study Program

  1. Effect of progressive forming technology on spring steel fatigue performance

    The aim of the doctoral study is to define the influence of a new progressive forming technique at extreme deformation rate on steel blank and fatigue resistance characterized by cyclic plasticity, mechanisms of fatigue crack initiation and fatigue life curves, with respect to depth profile of residual pressure stresses.

    Tutor: Píška Miroslav, prof. Ing., CSc.

  2. Study and optimization of weldability of heterogeneous joints of austenitic stainless steel in nuclear power engineering

    There are many heterogeneous welded connections in the primary circuit assemblies in nuclear power. These are subjected to dynamic and thermal cyclic stresses. TIG technology has been used to weld parts to date. Within the scope of this topic, it is assumed that the progressive welding methods will be used and the welds will be investigated in terms of the above cyclic stresses.

    Tutor: Mrňa Libor, doc. RNDr., Ph.D.

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