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Courses offered at the Simonyi Károly Faculty of Engineering, Wood Sciences and Applied Arts



Wood Industries

Please note: this is a tentative list, some changes in the courses offered, contents, lecturers or nr. of credits are possible.

 

Wood Modification F2ERAWM

Lecturer: Dr. Robert Nemeth PhD.

 

Course contents: The market share of modified wood material is growing intensively. There are several applied industrial processes and even more newly developed technologies just before the industrial application.

In the frame of the subject the students get acquainted with the purposes of the modification of the wood material. In order to offer a better understanding of the processes applied in the industry the theoretical background is discussed as well. In the lectures and laboratory exercises the modification techniques with oil, heat, steam, external mechanical forces, irradiation and biological treatments will be discussed in detail. Furthermore the effects of the treatments on the wood properties will be discussed, with special attention to density, strength properties, sorption properties, dimensional stability, equilibrium moisture content, natural durability, colour and technological properties (glue ability, etc). The effect of the anatomical properties on the success of the modification treatment is included in the subject as well. Additionally the possible uses of the modified wood will be discussed considering the market developments: plastics gain market share at the expense of wood.

The study program involves lectures and exercises in the laboratory.

Credits: 4

 

Inorganic bonded composites

Lecturer: Dr. Tibor Alpar PhD.

 

Course contents:Basics of inorganic bonded composite materials structure. The composition, binding mechanism of various inorganic binders (cement and gypsum) and using them as a matrix system in composites. Influence of total hydration time of regulated cement and gypsum using various additives. Influence of extracts (glucose, tannin, ect.) on the setting time and maximum hydration temperature of inorganic bonded composites materials. Creating the framework structure and characteristics of inorganic bonded composites materials. Producing composite system using various lignocellulosic materials of cement-and gypsum bonded composites materials special technologies. Control and assurance of properties, utilization of composites.

Credits: 5

 

Wood chemistry F2WWCEM

Lecturer: Dr. Levente Csoka PhD.

 

Course contents: The aim of the course is to provide a general, but also broad view of the chemistry of wood. The topics include: the (macro)molecular composition and structure of wood; the distribution, role and utilization of substances; wood degradation – effects and products; the surface of wood: properties and their modification; the color of wood; calorimetric properties of wood; wood as a resource of chemicals and natural products.

The lectures combined with the laboratory work provide a solid knowledge in the field of wood chemistry. The theoretical and practical skills can be applied in various fields of wood technology and research.

Credits: 5

 

Quality planning and managment

Lecturer: Dr. Levente Denes PhD.

 

Course contents: The main issues of this subject cover the modern interpretation of the quality concept, the revelation of the interrelationship between quality and design/production costs, the introduction of the most accepted quality systems and the review of wood industry’s particularities in quality management systems. Topics discussed are as follows: quality definition, quality influencing factors, quality indices; economical and engineering consideration, quality costs and planning, quality management systems (ISO 9000, TQM, EFQM), the quality management certification process. A special attention is given on wood industry’s particularities in quality management systems and wood products quality characteristics.

Credits: 5

 

Wood Based Construction Technology F2ERAWBC

Lecturers: Dr. Laszlo Bejo PhD., Zoltan Hantos

 

Course contents: Wood as a construction material; properties, grading. Structural wood based composites. Other materials used in wood based construction. Wood based structural building components (glulam, trusses, I-beams, etc.) Wood construction systems and technologies (lightframe, log house, half timbered, beam&column, etc.) Special wood based structures (bridges, noise reduction structures, etc.)

Credits: 5

 

Bonding and surface treatment of wood F2ERABOND

Lecturer: Dr. Csilla Csiha PhD.

 

Course contents: The presented material deals with the theoretical aspects of gluing and surface finishing of wood. Overhauls the wood as adherent, wood properties that are influencing gluing, and their effect on the bonding process and quality. Analyses the interactions between wood surface and glue during the pressing process. Reviews the effect of additives, catalysts, pressing force, pressing temperature, pressing time, on the bonding process and quality. Analyses the bond quality and the related criteria. Within the topic of surface treatment the main theoretical acknowledgements, the main characteristics of film formulating materials and their particularities are discussed such as viscosity, tixotrophy, wetting, spreading. The mathematical and physical characteristics of the coat are presented, work of adhesion, work of cohesion, internal stresses, surface roughness, pore filling, anchoring. The vapor diffusion versus water repellent behavior and UV light reflecting and inhibiting properties are discussed as well.

Credits: 5

 

Nondestructive Testing of Wood F2ERANOND

Lecturer: Dr. Ferenc Divos CSc

 

Course contents: The lectures deal with various non-destructive testing techniques. Applications are focused on forestry and forest products. Most of the lectures are supported by practical demonstrations. Topics include acoustic (stress waves, ultrasonic, acoustic emission), mechanical (proof loading, screw withdrawal, pin penetration, drill resistance, vibrations) electromagnetic (resistance, microwave, thermography), and nuclear (X-ray, gamma ray, CT, NMR) techniques. Hands-on lab sessions: lumber strength grading, evaluation of historical wood structures, evaluation of glu-lam structures, evaluation of trees, pulling test, acoustic tomography, wood selection for musical instruments, strength prediction of in-service wooden beams, sound absorbtion coefficient determination, determination of the heat conductivity of wall structures.

Credits: 5

 

Mechatronics F2ERAMECH

Lecturer: Sandor Tatai

 

Course contents: Mechatronics is a core subject for engineers, combining elements of mechanical and electronic engineering into the development of computer-controlled mechanical devices. The aim of the course is to provide an overview of some aspects of Mechatronics.

Topics: Introduction to Mechatronics. Mechatronics system. Mechatronics key elements. Sensors and actuators. Number Systems. Combinational Logic Design using Truth Table. Karnaugh Maps and Logic Design. Combinational Logic Modules. Serial and Parallel Interfaces Summary Problems.

Data Acquisition Systems. Sampling. Digital-to-Analog Conversion Hardware.

Distance Sensors. Digital Optical Encoder. Movement Sensors. Proximity Sensors. Stress and Strain Measurement. Force Measurement Transducers. Temperature Measurement Transducers. Pressure Transducer.

PLCs. Interfacing. Basics of field bus systems (ASi, ProfibusDP). Electrical Actuator Systems. Solenoids. Relays. Electric Motors. Direct-Current Motors. Servo Motors. Stepper Motors. Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems. Symbols for Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems. Hydraulic Pumps. Pneumatic Compressors. Valves. Mechanical elements. Mechanisms. Kinematic Chains. The four-bar chain. Motion events.

Introduction to control systems. System response. Dynamic Characteristics of Control Systems. Types of robots. Autonomous/Mobile Robots. Arm Configuration. Robot Applications. Robotic manipulator kinematics. Forward Transformation for 3-axis Planar 3R Articulated Robot. Inverse Transformation for 3-axis Planar 3R Articulated Robot.

The study program involves lectures and laboratory activities.

Credits: 5

 

Zerspanungstheorie von Holz F2ERAZERH

(Theory of wood cutting -- In German or in English)

Lecturer: Dr. Etele Csanady CSc.

 

Course contents:Determination of the concepts of woodcutting. Relations of force and tension. Deformation of chip. Slide cutting. Thermal loading of cutting-tools. Variation of cutting parameters taken as a function of physical and mechanical characteristics. Operation characteristics of tools in the wood industry: band-, circle-, frame- saw, tools. Operation characteristics of tools in the wood industry: milling-, planing-, drilling-tools. Energy need of cutting. Stability of tools in the wood industry. Vibration of tools and work piece. Abrasion of tools. Variation of superficial characteristics taken as a function of physical and mechanical characteristics. Mechanism of sanding process. Superficial roughness of sanding and planing

Credits: 5

 

Machine drawing F2ERAMACHD

Lecturer: Endre Magoss PhD.

 

Course contents: Machine drawing is the “language” of the engineers. Engineering drawing on the other hand is the scientific representation of an object, according to certain national and international standards of practice.

The topics include: graphic language; principles of drawing; dimensioning; orthographic projections; Sectional views; components drawings; limits, tolerances and fits; surface roughness; assembly drawings; and computer aided design.

The student should be trained not only to use drawing equipment but also to use a computer to produce his latest invention.

Credits: 4

 

Controlling the wood dust hazards F2ERACONTW

Lecturer: Endre Magoss PhD.

 

Course contents: Proper dust extraction systems and air filtering systems are important in every woodworking workshop. Repeated exposure to wood dust can cause different type of diseases. The aim of the course is to provide an overview of wood dust hazards during woodworking processes, the occupational exposure limits of the wood dust, the extraction systems and the respiratory protection equipments. Different types of woodworking operations create different types of wood dust and chips. To select the proper extraction and filtering system, it is important to know the size distribution of the wood dust. The sieve analyse is a common method to define the particles' size distribution.

Credits: 3

 

Zerspantechnik von Metall F2ERAZERM

Vortrag : Prof. Dr Csanády Etele

 

Einführung in der Zerspantechnik. Spanbildung, Spanformung. Kräfte und Leistungen beim Spanen. Energieumsetzung und Temperaturen. Modellierung und Simulation. Verschleiß. Schneidestoffe. Hochgeschwindigkeitsspanen, Hartbearbeitung, Processauslegung. Hartbearbeitung, Bauteilqualität. Schleifen, Verzahnungsschleifen. Prozessauslegung und –Integration in die Prozesskette.  Oberflächen- und Randzoneneigenschaften. Kühlschmierung.

Betriebsbesuch.

 Credits: 4

 

CNC-Technik F2ERACNC

Vortrag: Prof. Dr Csanády Etele

Praktikum: Németh Szabolcs

 

CNC- Technik. NC/CNC Technik. Konstruktive Ausführung von CNC- Maschinen. Lagerungen, Antriebe, Wegmesssysteme. Aufbau von Dreh- ,Fräse- und Bohrmaschinen. Werkzeugsysteme für Dreh- ,Fräse- und Bohrmaschinen. Werkstückspannmittel. Numerische Steuerungen.  Steuerungsarten, Interpolationsarten. NC-Organisation. Integration der CA- Techniken mit EDM- Systemen. Qualität als Begriff und Unternehmensziel. Qualität in der Fertigung. Fertigung Messtechnik.

Praktikum: Programmierung und Bearbeitung an ICIM System. 

 Credits: 4

 

Product ergonomics

Lecturer: Dr. Gyorgy Peter Horvath PhD.

 

Course content: The course intend to introduce the students into the world of ergonomics, to show the environment from ergonomics point of view.  Topics: Anthropometry; Anatomy and somatic structure of the human body; Physiology; Analysis of the used products. User friend products; Elements of the electronic.

 

Furniture design F2ERAFURD

 Lecturer: Dr. Reka Maria Antal

 

Course content: This course aims to familiarize students with functional funds, materials, structural solutions, kits, assemblies, regulations and requirements, principles, methods required and used for furniture design. Main topics: modern furniture, living environment, furniture categories, functions, furniture structures, form design, furniture quality, office furniture, kitchen furniture design, dimensioning, design documents, certification.

 Credits: 4

 Product development F2WPDEV

Lecturer: Dr. Levente Denes PhD.

 

Course content: This course is about experiencing the process of developing new product ideas, improving design skills, and learning strategies/processes for successful products. The course covers modern tools and methods for product design and development like methodological considerations in product design; theoretical process of product development; product life cycle and product environment; structure and phases of the design process; clarifying of design objectives: setting of requirements, definition of product functions; finding principles of function realization, generating of alternatives, evaluating of alternatives, improving detail; rapid prototyping; design for manufacture, design for assembly. A cornerstone within the course is a project in which small teams of students conceive, design and prototype a physical product.

 Credits: 4

Industrial bonding F2ERAINDB

 Lecturer: Dr. Csilla Csiha PhD.

 

Course content: The course introduce the basic knowledge, the major theoretical and practical relationships related to wood, metal and plastics bonding and finishing. Beside introducing the most used glues and finishing materials the properties, application areas, application technologies, storing and recycling conditions and other practical knowledges are revealed. The heterogenic bonded joints, their properties are also included as well as the mechanical and aesthetical requirements of the presented materials.

Credits: 4

Integrated Product Design FERAIPD

Lecturer: Dr. Levente Denes PhD.

 

Course content: The course is a specific design project the students must develop following the general product development methodology and integrating the knowledge they cumulated during their studies. Students must develop their own ideas taking into account the real environment conditions the product will function and determine the functions and specification in a realistic manner. The creative and holistic thinking required for product design, the extensive planning and product concept development, the product realization from idea to modelling, from customer needs to prototyping and technical documentation are parts of the project.

Credits: 4 

Quality planning and management FERAQPM

Lecturer: Dr. Levente Denes PhD.

 

Course contents: The main issues of this subject cover the modern interpretation of the quality concept, the revelation of the interrelationship between quality and design/production costs, the introduction of the most accepted quality systems and the review of wood industry’s particularities in quality management systems. Topics discussed are as follows: quality definition, quality influencing factors, quality indices; economical and engineering consideration, quality costs and planning, quality management systems (ISO 9000, TQM, EFQM), the quality management certification process. A special attention is given on wood industry’s particularities in quality management systems and wood products quality characteristics

Credits: 5


Arts

 

Due to the special nature of arts education (small group consultation, creative and independent work) no detailed course list is provided. Courses are available in various topics and at various levels. Please e-mail your contact person for further information.