Katedra materiálů a technologií / Department of Materials and Technologies


Recent Submissions

Leffler, Jan , Trnka, Pavel
Failures of Electrical Machines-Review

In general, there are many types of electrical rotating machines and transformers within various classes of power range and duty cycles. These machines are operated under either industrial or civil conditions. It is a matter of fact that every machine can eventually fail and b...

Dils, Christian , Kalaš, David , Řeboun, Jan , Suchý, Stanislav , Soukup, Radek , Moravcová, Daniela , Krshiwoblozki, Malte , Schneider-Ramelow, Martin
Interconnecting embroidered hybrid conductive yarns by ultrasonic plastic welding for e-textiles

This article presents a novel approach for the electrical interconnection of embroidered conductive yarns with each other at defined cross-points using ultrasonic spot welding. The electrically conductive yarns are made of silver-coated copper microwires plied with polyester filament fibers into ...

Hirman, Martin , Navrátil, Jiří , Steiner, František , Řeboun, Jan , Soukup, Radek , Hamáček, Aleš
Study of low-temperature interconnection techniques for instant assembly of electronics on stretchable e-textile ribbons

This article addresses the research and development of a reliable interconnection technique for mounting surface mounted device components onto newly developed conductive stretchable textile ribbons. The alternative nonconductive adhesive bonding in which electrical contact is realized only by mechanical&#...

Siahkamari, Hesam , Jahanbakhshi, Maryam , Lotfi, Saeedeh
New Approach In Designing Hexagonal-Shaped Antenna Based On Area Analysis

n this article, a new method is presented to calculate dimensions of a hexagonal-shaped antenna based on frequency and rectangular-shaped antenna. The frequency responses of the presented antenna are compared with rectangular shape antenna and both antennas are designed at ...

Hirman, Martin , Navrátil, Jiří , Steiner, František , Hamáček, Aleš
Higher Temperature Washing of Electrically Connected SMD Components onto the Textile Ribbons

This article addresses the higher temperature washing reliability research of interconnection technique for mounting SMD (surface mounted device) components onto conductive stretchable textile ribbons. It can be concluded that both tested interconnection technologies (i.e. low-temperature soldering and adhesive...