Department of Applied Mechanics

                                                    Faculty of Engineering Sciences

                                                Department of Applied Mechanics

Head of department:

  Dr. János Égert

Position:

  University professor

Contact information:

Telephone: +36 96 613 620

E-mail: egert@sze.hu

Homepage: www.sze.hu/am/

 

Research profile:

-          Solving engineering problems in statics, dynamics, vibrations and thermodynamics

-          Development and application of numerical methods in engineering mechanics

-          Mechanical application and development of Finite Element Method

-          Computational modelling and experimental methods of the mechanics of fibre reinforced composite structures

-          Numerical analysis of mechanical and thermodynamical response of viscoelastic materials

 

Applied Methods / Special tools:

-          I-DEAS - Mechanical design programme system

-          COSMOS/DesignSTAR Advanced - Finite Element programme system

-          COSMOS/DesignSTAR Designer - Finite Element programme system

-          HBM SPIDER 8 - 8 channel measuring data management system

-          HBM QUANTUM MX-840 - 8 channel measuring data management system

-          ZWICK 1454 material test machine

 

Services:

-          Solving industrial problems with Finite Element software

-          Mechanical measuring, laboratory tests

-          Mechanical modelling, mechanical studies and analyses

 

References:

 

Research projects:

 

1. Mechanical foundation of the agricultural application of textile-composites

Type: OTKA (Hungarian Scientific Research Fund)

Aim: To analyse the problems of mechanical modelling and experimental investigation of textile-composite materials

Tasks, performed by the Department: Determination of material properties of textile-composites by measurement, developing a finite element model-cell based on the meso structure of material

Duration: 2005-2008

Project partners: Szent István University - Department of Mechanics and Technical Drawing, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development - Institute of Mechanical Engineering in Agriculture

 

2. Life cycle management of metal-polymer hybrid pipes

Type: OTKA (Hungarian Scientific Research Fund)

Aim: To investigate internal reinforcement of failures and damage of steel-pipes with composite fibre fabrics

Tasks, performed by the Department: Mechanical modelling of artificial pipe failures, finite element modelling and analysis, dimensioning of composite reinforcement

Duration: 2005-2008

Project partners: Miskolc University - Department of Mechanical Technology, Budapest University of Technology and Economics - Department of Polymer Technology

 

3. Integrity of hybrid pipes reinforced by polymer matrix composite

Type: GVOP AKF

Aim: To determine the critical level of pipe failures and damage, to investigate the external reinforcement opportunities

Tasks, performed by the Department: Mechanical modelling of artificial pipe failures, finite element modelling and analysis, dimensioning of composite reinforcement

Duration: 2005-2008

Project partners: Miskolc University - Department of Mechanical Technology, Budapest University of Technology and Economics - Department of Polymer Technology, Budaplast Plastic Industrial and Commercial Inc., Polinvent Developer, Contractor and Marketing Ltd.

 

4. Solution of non-linear engineering mechanical problems using the finite element method

Type: Post-doctoral research

Aim: To numerically analyse the mechanical response of viscoelastic materials and textile-composites

Tasks, performed by the Department: Numerical analysis of mechanical response of viscoelastic materials and textile-composites

Duration: 2007-2009

 

5. Mechanical modelling and simulation of internal combustion engines and vehicle structures using the finite element method

Type: Internal Research Principal Direction

Aim: To optimise internal combustion engines and vehicle structures from mechanical point of view

Tasks, performed by the Department: Modelling of engine parts, numerical analysis of vehicle structures using finite element method

Duration: 2008-2010

Project partner: Széchenyi István University - Department of AUDI Hungaria Internal Combustion Engines

 

6. Design and production of a car dashboard panel prototype using fibre reinforced composite

Type: BAROSS INNOREG

Aim: To participate in the design of a lightweight dashboard panel console

Tasks, performed by the Department: Literature survey, developing the mechanical model, measuring the composite material properties

Duration: 2009-2010

Project partner: MESHINING Engineering Ltd. Győr

 

7.  Researching the industrial application possibilities of electroactive polymers

Type: BAROSS INNOREG

Aim: To study the fundamental principles of mechanical response of electroelastic plastics

Tasks, performed by the Department: Description of large deformations, non-linear response of electroactive polymers, solution of coupled electromechanical problems, using the Maxwell equations of elastic materials

Duration: 2009-2010

Project partners: Széchenyi István University - Department of Mechatronics and Machine Design, ENTAL Ltd. Győr

 

 

Contract research:

 

1. Thermomechanical design of sheet metal forming die

Type: Industrial research

Aim: To design the proper heat-distribution of a sheet metal forming die

Tasks, performed by the Department: Finite element modelling, performing 2D thermodynamical analysis, development of the optimal shape of die

Date: 2005

Client: Vehicle Industrial Regional University Knowledge-centre, Győr

 

2. Finite element static analysis of a ceramics lined steel pipe bend

Type: Industrial research

Aim: To investigate the static response of pipe bends that have ceramic linings

Tasks, performed by the Department: Mechanical modelling of ceramic materials, finite element modelling of a pipe bend, performing static finite element analysis

Date: 2006

Client: Ferroplan Ltd. Győr

 

3. Static analysis of a carbon black storage silo

Type: Industrial research

Aim: Non-linear analysis of a large ribbed steel structure

Tasks, performed by the Department: Performing non-linear static finite element analysis, design of optimal shape of the structure

Date: 2008

Client: Olajterv Inc. Budapest

 

4. Dimensioning of synthetic resin die-casting moulds

Type: Industrial research

Aim: To determine the mechanical properties of liquid-permeable synthetic resin by measurement, finite element static dimensioning of synthetic resin moulds

Tasks, performed by the Department: Measuring material- and strength properties, mechanical modelling of liquid-permeable synthetic resin, numerical static dimensioning of die-casting moulds

Duration: 2009-2010

Client: REFMON Fire-proof Material Producer Commercial and Provider Inc. Mosonmagyaróvár

 

Keywords:

engineering statics, dynamics, vibrations, thermodynamics, finite element method, mechanics of composite materials, mechanics of viscoelastic materials

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