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Hydraulics and Pneumatics

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Hydraulics and pneumatics can be found almost everywhere. It is part of the drive mechanisms and machines in industry, construction, agriculture and transport, but in a broader sense is related to fluid flow, transfer phenomena, fluid transport, flow around objects, and many other applications. In addition to specialized subjects, which are based on fluid power, students will get acquainted with modern graphics systems, computer aided design, technical documentation. They acquire special knowledge of technical diagnostics, operation and maintenance of hydraulic and pneumatic equipment, lubrication equipment, etc. Graduates find employment as designers, technicians and managers at a moderate level, acts as dealers and sales representatives. However, if the topic is interesting, they can continue their studies in Master's degree in Hydraulics and Pneumatics.
Detail information
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Type of study Bachelor
Language of instruction Czech
English
Code 2302R007
Czech title Hydraulické a pneumatické stroje a zařízení
English title Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Regular period of the study 3 years
Coordinating department Department of Hydromechanics and Hydraulic Equipment
Coordinator doc. Ing. Sylva Drábková, Ph.D.
Key words fluid transport
hydraulics
mechanical forces
pneumatics
fluid flow