Industrial research into silent blocks for excessive load in extreme temperatures in the field of industrial applicationSupervisor: doc. Ing. Jozef Bílik, PhD.
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|Project description:||Project will acquire the knowledge of the influence of high and low temperatures, wide ranges of temperature changes in time, vibrations and pressure changes, as well as specific chemical effects on the silent blocks properties, with the aim of devising technological procedures for manufacturing the silent blocks suitable for industrial application in the conditions of excessive load an extreme temperatures. In industrial applications, silent blocks are exposed to various environmental impacts that affect their service life. The demands of customers for reliable performance in the conditions of high or low temperature, pressure, vibration, chemicals (water, brake fluid, oil) keep increasing. To retain competitiveness, the submitting organisation is forced to innovate production procedures in compliance with the increasing demands of customers. This will result in industrial research aimed at designing the technological procedure enabling the launch of the new products in practice. MIKON, spol. s r.o. company initiated the partnership and decided to blend their knowledge of industrial an trade practice with the research capacity and technical equipment of the Slovak University of Technology. The Company will be responsible for simulations and optimisation of simulation tools and analysis of the data acquired. The submitting organisation will carry out experiments (preparation of samples and their analysis). Involved will be also experts from other specialised university workplaces, as well as PhD students and other students primarily oriented on research with the aim of effectively combining the research and educational processes. The project will analyse the effect of physical conditions on the required service of components and final product. The conditions will correspond to real application. Parallel simulation of the abovementioned processes will be carried out by using simulation software tools. Results of simulations as well as real acquired values will be compared with the aim of improving the simulation process.|
|Kind of project:||OP VaV ()|
|Department:||Institute of Production Technologies (MTF)|
|Project status:||Successfully completed|
|Project start date :||01. 11. 2011|
|Project close date:||31. 10. 2015|
|Number of workers in the project:||8|
|Number of official workers in the project:||7|
The following table shows the researcher workers who have been assigned official roles in a project.
|doc. Ing. Jozef Bílik, PhD.||garant|
|Ing. Peter Halada||projektový manažér|
|Ing. Monika Pinkasová||administratívny pracovník|
|Ing. Martin Kováč, PhD.||riešiteľ|
|doc. Ing. Martin Ridzoň, PhD.||riešiteľ|
|prof. Ing. Viktor Tittel, CSc.||riešiteľ|
|prof. Ing. Maroš Martinkovič, PhD.||riešiteľ|