Course Details

Fundamentals of Technological Processes

Academic Year 2022/23

BJA008 course is part of 1 study plan

BPC-SI Winter Semester 1st year

Theoretical basis of selected technological operations - homogeninizace, filtration, fluidization.
Principle speed water jet technology, the possibility of using water jet technology in the construction, the parameters of high-speed water jet.
Quality assessment processes using statistics. Conformance test distribution, quality control. Estimation and hypothesis testing.
Basic information to ensure consistency and accuracy of measuring instruments and measurements according to Law no. 505/1990 Sb. Metrology and related regulations.
Basic information for quality assurance processes according to ČSN EN ISO 9001 - Quality Management Systems - Requirements.
Basic information about environmental management according to ČSN EN ISO 140001 Environmental management systems - Requirements with guidance for use.
The lectures are supplemented with exercises. Exercise is part of a computational character. Students complete an exercise excursion.

Course Guarantor

doc. Ing. Lenka Bodnárová, Ph.D.

Institute

Institute of Technology of Building Materials and Components

Objective

Obtainment of theoretical fundamentals for understanding of technological operations in the production of building materials. Acquaintance with problems of raw materials preparation, mixing of substances, compacting. Acquiring with practical applications of statistical evaluation for concrete problems in the production and evaluation of processes and production quality. Managing of statistical evaluation according to the standard ČSN EN 206 – 1.

Knowledge

Student handle the aim of the course the theoretical basis for obtaining the understanding of technology operations in the manufacture of building materials. The students will get acquainted with the preparation of raw materials, mixing the substances, densification, learn the practical application of statistical evaluation of specific problems in the production and quality evaluation processes.

Syllabus

1. Sedimentation. Sedimentation rate. Performance sedimentation.
2. Filtration. The filtration rate. The filtration process.
3. Size of the centrifugal force.
4. Fluidization.
5. Mixing and homogenization of a mixture of substances. Blending in liquid environments. Mixing solid, powdery and paste environment. Mixing efficiency.
6. Basic theory of compaction. Daubing. Vibrating. Pressing. Rolling.
7. High-speed water jet technology. Principle. Parameters. Technical equipment for high-speed water jet technology.
8. Possible applications of high-speed water jet technology in civil engineering. Safety aspects of the use of high-speed water jet.
9. Quality assurance processes according to CSN EN ISO 9001 - Quality Management Systems - Requirements.
10. Environmental management according to DIN EN ISO 140001 Environmental management systems - Requirements with guidance for use.
11. Technical requirements for products
12. Basic information to ensure consistency and accuracy of measuring instruments and measurements according to Law no. 505/1990 Metrology and related regulations.
13. Quality evaluation processes using statistics. Conformance test distribution, quality control. Estimation and hypothesis testing.

Prerequisites

Physics, Building materials.

Language of instruction

Czech

Credits

5 credits

Semester

winter

Forms and criteria of assessment

course-unit credit and examination

Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Offered to foreign students

Not to offer

Course on BUT site

https://www.vut.cz/en/students/courses/detail/253784

Lecture

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, elective

Syllabus

1. Sedimentation. Sedimentation rate. Performance sedimentation.
2. Filtration. The filtration rate. The filtration process.
3. Size of the centrifugal force.
4. Fluidization.
5. Mixing and homogenization of a mixture of substances. Blending in liquid environments. Mixing solid, powdery and paste environment. Mixing efficiency.
6. Basic theory of compaction. Daubing. Vibrating. Pressing. Rolling.
7. High-speed water jet technology. Principle. Parameters. Technical equipment for high-speed water jet technology.
8. Possible applications of high-speed water jet technology in civil engineering. Safety aspects of the use of high-speed water jet.
9. Quality assurance processes according to CSN EN ISO 9001 - Quality Management Systems - Requirements.
10. Environmental management according to DIN EN ISO 140001 Environmental management systems - Requirements with guidance for use.
11. Technical requirements for products
12. Basic information to ensure consistency and accuracy of measuring instruments and measurements according to Law no. 505/1990 Metrology and related regulations.
13. Quality evaluation processes using statistics. Conformance test distribution, quality control. Estimation and hypothesis testing.

Exercise

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, compulsory

Syllabus

1. Ishikawa diagram.
2. Numerical examples sedimentation process. The rate of establishment. Performance sedimentation.
3. Centrifugal process. Size of the centrifugal force.
4. Numerical examples filtration process. The filtration rate. The filtration process.
5. Mixing and homogenization of a mixture of substances. Mixing efficiency. Power mixers.
6. Excursion.
7. Pareto analysis.
8. FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis)
9. Estimation Theory. Estimates of the basic set of parameters known - calculated - the characteristics of a random sample, the point estimate, determination of confidence intervals.
10. Statistical hypothesis. Testing the significance of differences. Tests compliance division. Outlier test results of observation.
11. Statistical evaluation of concrete classes according to ČSN EN 206 - 1
12. Shewhart control charts. The principle use of practical application, the calculation model examples.
13. Final inspection reports from previous exercises and all course requirements. Credit.