PdF:TI1008 Materials and Technology - Met - Course Information
TI1008 Materials and Technology - MetalsFaculty of Education
- Extent and Intensity
- 2/2/0. 5 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).
Taught partially online.
- Ing. Zdeněk Hodis, Ph.D. (lecturer)
doc. RNDr. Petr Sládek, CSc. (lecturer)
Mgr. Petr Vybíral, Ph.D. (seminar tutor)
- Guaranteed by
- doc. RNDr. Petr Sládek, CSc.
Department of Technical Education and Information Science - Faculty of Education
Contact Person: Ing. Zdeněk Hodis, Ph.D.
Supplier department: Department of Technical Education and Information Science - Faculty of Education
- Course Enrolment Limitations
- The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
- fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
- Lower Secondary School Teacher Training in Technology and IT Education (programme PdF, B-SPE)
- Lower Secondary School Teacher Training in Technology and IT Education (programme PdF, B-TV)
- Technology and IT for Education (programme PdF, B-SPE)
- Technology and IT for Education (programme PdF, B-TE3S) (2)
- Course objectives
- Materials and technologies metals focus on material engineering, engineering and metal processing. Learning outcomes of the course unit The aim of the course is to get acquainted with the physical foundations of material science and the most used production technologies. Emphasis is placed on understanding the properties of the material with regard to its processing. Getting acquainted with metal production technologies reflects their use in practice and at elementary schools.
Seminars focuses on materials processing technologies, development of knowledge and skills in the field of working with measuring, drawing and control tools, machining, cutting, forming and bonding and surface treatment of metals and grinding and maintenance of tools. Exercises are also examples of work with electric hand tools and machines for machining metals.
- Learning outcomes
- Student will be able to:
- identify and summarize the basics of material engineering, engineering technology and metalworking;
- understand the properties of the technical materials with regard to their processing;
- understand the properties of metals and their alloys and selected engineering technologies;
- work with measuring, drawing and checking instruments;
- work in the field of: machining, cutting, forming and joining technology, metal surface finishing, grinding and tool maintenance;
- 1. metals as building elements of production technologies, production of iron and steel,
- 2. Crystalline Metal Structure, BRD, Carbon Graph Chart - Stable and Metastable,
- 3. Heat and chemical-heat treatment of steel,
- 4. Non-ferrous metals and their alloys,
- 5. ceramics, composites, plastics - as a substitute for metals,
- 6. Metal testing - mechanical and technological tests, defectoscopy,
- 7. Measurement and laying, metal cutting of metal - hand and machine,
- 8. finishing machining methods,
- 9. unconventional machining methods,
- 10. Materials joining - welding and soldering,
- 11. Forming technology,
- 12. Foundry Technology.
- Syllabus of lectures:
- 1st and 2nd week: Introduction - metals as building elements of production technologies, production of iron and steel. Crystalline Metal Structure, BRD, Carbon Graph Chart - Stable and Metastable.
- 3rd and 4th week: Heat and chemical-heat treatment of steel. Non-ferrous metals and their alloys.
- 5th and 6th week: Ceramics, composites, plastics - as a substitute for metals. Methods of metal testing.
- 7th and 8th week: Chip machining of metals - hand and machine. Finishing machining methods.
- 9th and 10th week: Unconventional machining methods. Material joining - welding and soldering.
- 11th and 12th weeks: Forming technology and foundry technology.
- Syllabus of seminars:
- 1st and 2nd week: Introduction to material processing technology, workplace safety.
- 3rd and 4th week: Measuring, drawing and control tools, types of gauges, surface and spatial layout, material clamping.
- 5th and 6th week: Cutting (cutting, cutting, punching) and machining of metals (sawing, drilling, threading).
- 7th and 8th weeks: Metal forming and joining (bending, fitting, screw and riveted joints, soldered and bonded joints), grinding and maintenance of tools.
- 9th and 10th week: Surface treatment of metals (coatings, plating, polishing).
- 11th and 12th week: Electric hand tools and metalworking machines.
- required literature
- HODIS, Zdeněk. Materiály a technologie kovy II – přednášky. 2011. 65 s.
- HODIS, Zdeněk. Materiály a technologie kovy I - přednášky. 2010. 51 s.
- PTÁČEK, Luděk. Nauka o materiálu. 2., opr. a rozš. vyd. Brno: CERM, 2002. 392 s. ISBN 8072042483. info
- PTÁČEK, Luděk. Nauka o materiálu. Brno: CERM, 2001. xi, 505. ISBN 8072041932. info
- not specified
- STIBOR, Karel, Zdeněk DOSEDLA and Jiří DVOŘÁČEK. Praktikum materiálů a technologie kovů. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita v Brně, 2003. 101 s. ISBN 8021030771. info
- DOSEDLA, Zdeněk. Materiály a technologie : kovy - cvičení. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita v Brně, 1993. 38 s. ISBN 8021006986. info
- Teaching methods
- lectures, group projects, presentations, work with hand tools in workshops
- Assessment methods
- written test, oral examination (Required at least 50% test success)
- Language of instruction
- Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
- The course is taught annually.
The course is taught: every week.
Note related to how often the course is taught: v komb. stud. blokově.
Information on the extent and intensity of the course: 16 h. konz./sem. (komb. stud.).
- Listed among pre-requisites of other courses