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  • Quantitative Analysis of Surface Irregularities Resulting from Flow-induced Separation of Highly Filled Compounds

    Hausnerová, Berenika; Pata, Vladimír (2012)
    During shear flow of highly filled (about 60 vol.% powder particles) polymer melts the occurring separation of particular material components has a detrimental effect on the surface quality of the resulting parts. Currently, there is a lack of reliable simulation approaches available to optimize the processing of such rheologically complex materials as well as tools describing separation in a quantitative way. The aim of the current research is to provide an approach to analyze this phenomeno...

    Multiswarm PSO with supersized swarms - Initial performance study

    Pluháček, Michal; Šenkeřík, Roman; Zelinka, Ivan (2016)
    In this paper it is discussed and briefly experimentally investigated the performance of multi-swarm PSO with super-sized swarms. The selection of proper population size is crucial for successful PSO using. This work follows previous promising research. © 2016 Author(s).

    Intelligent processing of experimental data in ISES remote laboratory

    Gerža, Michal; Schauer, František (2016)
    The paper deals with the design of the intelligent processing of experimental data measured in the remote laboratories, where the measurements are performed by connected clients via the finite-state machine residing at an advanced server. As physical hardware and software is used the Internet School Experimental System (ISES). This platform is intended for educational purposes at schools and universities to provide the suitable measuring environment for students using computers. It is especia...

    Injection molding of rubber compound influenced by injection mold surface roughness

    Staněk, Michal; Maňas, David; Maňas, Miroslav; Ovsík, Martin; Šenkeřík, Vojtěch; Škrobák, Adam (2014)
    Delivery of polymer melts into the mold cavity is the most important stage of the injection molding process. This paper shows the influence of cavity surface roughness and technological parameters on the flow length of rubber into mold cavity. The fluidity of polymers is affected by many parameters (mold design, melt temperature, injection rate and pressures) and by the flow properties of polymers. Results of the experiments carried out with selected types of rubber compounds proved a minimal...

    Control of unstable and integrating time delay systems using time delay approximations

    Dostál, Petr; Bobál, Vladimír; Babík, Zdeněk (2012)
    The paper deals with design of controllers for time delay systems having integrative or unstable properties. The proposed method is based on two methods of time delay approximations. The control system with two feedback controllers is considered. For design of controllers, the polynomial approach is used. Resulting continuous-time controllers obtained via polynomial equations and the LQ control technique ensure asymptotic tracking of step references as well as step disturbances attenuation. S...
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