Course: Basics of Production Technologies

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Course title Basics of Production Technologies
Course code MUPI/KZTVY
Organizational form of instruction Consultation
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 5
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Němec Dobroslav, Ing.
Course content
Content 1. Raw materials recources 2. Technical materials 3. Energy 4. Powerplant 5. Structural production 6. Technologies in ceramics and textile production 7. Manufacturing techniques, the basics of building machines 8. Chipless processing technology of metals and plastics 9. Technologies chip machining 10. Technology finishing touches 11. Transport and storage processes, automated manufacturing systems 12. Influence of manufacturing processes on the environment

Learning activities and teaching methods
Lecturing, Demonstration, Projection (static, dynamic), Activating (Simulation, games, dramatization)
  • Home preparation for classes - 40 hours per semester
  • Term paper - 11 hours per semester
  • Preparation for examination - 36 hours per semester
  • Participation in classes - 15 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
Subject Basics production technology is exclusively designed for undergraduate students in Production and Quality, who are trained at the master's degree in industrial engineering. This course complements the Basic chemistry for industrial engineers, physics and industrial engineers are mastered for good understanding of basic principles of manufacturing technologies is imperative. The object of this course are all the basic information with which manufacturing technology related. Opening two themes introduces students to the basic ingredients of their exploitation and their use and their transformation into basic technical materials for further use in manufacturing. The next two chapters deal with the production of energy and propulsion units, without which no production technology. The following seven chapters deal with basic technologies of engineering and construction output, which are an essential basis for constructing buildings and manufacturing production equipment required for all manufacturing technology and also the issue of transport and storage, which are necessary for each production. The last chapter deals with environmental protection technology, which are essential for eliminating anthropogenic burden that creates contemporary industrial production.
Very good overview of the basic know-how, forming the foundations of our industrial society. The ability to apply this knowledge in all subjects related to a variety of views addresses the issue of tracking, organizing and managing all aspects of the organizations involved in manufacturing activities. This course will enable our graduates find jobs in manufacturing organizations inside view of the technical practice, which are the basis for action and the reason for the existence of any such organization.
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of natural laws of physics and chemistry to the extent necessary to understand the nature and basic principles used in manufacturing the most discussed technologies which are then FaME as graduates encounter in everyday life.

Assessment methods and criteria
Grade (Using a grade system), Oral examination, Essay, Analysis of the student's performance

Requirements on students: Credit requirements: The written preparation, presentation, and submission (by the end of the week before the Course Credit Week) of a Term Paper (essay) on the manufacturing/production technologies of a selected product; extent: 8 - 12 A4 pages. Passing the Final Exam. Mastery of the individual resolution of given model situations. The individual elaboration of a given model project. Mastery of the In-term Tests (min. 60%)and subsequent Oral Examination. The result of a subject examination is expressed on a six-point scale: A "výborně" (i.e. "excellent"), B "velmi dobře" (i.e. "very good"), C "dobře" (i.e. "good"), D "uspokojivě" (i.e. "satisfactory"), E "dostatečně" (i.e. "sufficient"), F "nedostatečně" (i.e. "fail").
Recommended literature
  • Obnovitelné zdroje energie. 2. uprav. a dopl. vyd. Praha : FCC, 2001. ISBN 8090198589.
  • BURKE, J. Efekt Tivoli. Brno : Books, 1998. ISBN 80-7242-032-1.
  • HEŘMANSKÝ, B., ŠTOLL, I. Energie pro 21. století. Praha : ČVUT, 1992. ISBN 80-01-00817-7.
  • Hluchý, Miroslav. Strojírenská technologie : nauka o materiálu. 2. oprav. vyd. Praha : Scientia, 1999. ISBN 8071831506.
  • Hluchý, Miroslav. Strojírenská technologie 2. 2., upr. vyd. Praha : Scientia, 2001. ISBN 80-7183-244-8.
  • Něměc. Základy výrobních technologií. . Zlín,UTB, 2007. ISBN 978-80-7318-604-3.
  • PASTOREK, Z. a kol. Biomasa obnovitelný zdroj energie. Praha: FCC Public, 2001.
  • Řasa, Jaroslav. Strojírenská technologie 3. 1. vyd. Praha : Scientia, 2000. ISBN 8071832073.
  • Scheer, Hermann. Sluneční strategie : politika bez alternativy. 2. přeprac. vyd. Praha : Nová Země, 1999. ISBN 8090253504.
  • Synáčková, Marcela. Voda a ovzduší 40 : ochrana vody a ovzduší. 1. vyd. Praha : ČVUT, 2000. ISBN 8001022285.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Management and Economics - (12) Economy 2 Summer