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New laboratory tasks for residential buildings management system
Winkler, Miroslav ; Janík, Daniel (referee) ; Bátora, Branislav (advisor)
This work deals with intelligent residential building management systems with a focus on ABB free@home system from ABB, as well as the design of a laboratory tasks with the elements of this system for two-hour and three-hour laboratory exercises. The aim of the work is to familiarize yourself with systems for the management of residential buildings and to create laboratory tasks for working with the ABB free@home system. In the introduction of the work is an explanation of concepts related to systems for the management of residential buildings, followed by the division of systems by these concepts and research of systems for the management of residential buildings. The search deals with the selected systems that are the most widely used and is finished with a table containing a summary of the most important information about these systems. The next chapter contains an introduction to the ABB free@home system, which was used in the practical part of the work. The following chapter deals with the design and implementation of a laboratory tasks with the ABB free@home. The last chapter contains a tutorial for two-hour exercise and a tutorial for a three-hour exercise. The work achieves complete implementation of laboratory tasks for two-hour and three-hour exercises, including tutorials for these tasks.
Project Documentation of Electrical Wiring for Comercial Building
Vondráček, David ; Bátora, Branislav (referee) ; Mastný, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the creation of electrical documentation for a commercial building. It aims to introduce theoretical problems of electrical design in general and the processing of implementation project for a woodworking workshop. The theoretical part of the thesis is mainly devoted to important findings and normative requirements for high-current, low-current distributions, and a draft of external and internal lighting protection. The practical part of the thesis deals with the processing of the implementation project of electrical drawing and text parts for a woodworking workshop. The project documentation includes the preparation of a technical report, the determination of the protocol on external influences, a draft of socket and light circuits, including lighting calculation, complete lighting protection, and risk management, electronic fire system, and a draft of the main and the sub-switchboard of the building.
Design of demonstration panel KNX
Kalfus, Petr ; Kunc, Josef (referee) ; Bátora, Branislav (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the design of a demonstration panel KNX, which has to demonstrate the control of lights, blinds and appliances of the house with the help of devices from various manufacturers First, there is a search and acquaintance with the KNX system, it´s topological arrangement, devices and used communication media. Furthermore, an introduction is made to the individual devices used on the demonstration panel, with the functions they enable and with their application programs for the ETS environment. Based on the possibilities of the device, the design of the panel function is done. These functions have been programmed in the ETS 5. Next, a drawing of the electrical connection of the panel is made and documentation is made for it. Finally, an overall evaluation is made.
Design of smart wiring of apartment building
Ločárková, Michaela ; Bátora, Branislav (referee) ; Janík, Daniel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with intelligent installations in buildings. Analyses of a classic and system installation are included as well as the specification of the options of system installation and its individual functions and types. The thesis also discusses norms that are important for the design of electrical wiring in residential buildings. Furthermore, it presents specific solutions for the electrical wiring using ABB free@home components in a 16-apartment house.
Design of system wiring of sports hall
Jaroš, Zdeněk ; Bátora, Branislav (referee) ; Janík, Daniel (advisor)
This diploma thesis focused on designing of systematic wiring of multifunctional sports centrum. The work is divided into two parts. The first part of the work is dealing with definitions and principles necessary for electrical project documentation. There is a presentation of the KNX bus control system, which is chosen for the implementation of the systematic wiring of the sports centrum. There is also an overview of currently used systems for wiring control. At the end, the design of artificial and emergency lighting is processed using a computer program. The content of the second part of the work is a complete project documentation for construction of the multifunctional sports hall using the KNX bus system. Furthermore, the documentation draws the design of power and data distribution to the relevant floor plans of the building, the design of power and system switchboards, an overview scheme of power distribution, topology of the KNX system, budget and technical report.
Modelling and Simulations of Electromechanical Transients is Electrical Power Systems
Gromotovič, Ivan ; Bátora, Branislav (referee) ; Koudelka, Jan (advisor)
This work deals with the issue of evaluating transient stability in the simulation program PSCAD. Factors affecting transient stability were analyzed on a single-machine SMIB model. The results of this analysis confirmed the theoretical assumption that for more accurate results of the analysis of transient stability, it is necessary to consider the mentioned factors. A short circuit was simulated on the IEEE9 test model and subsequently the load angles of the generators were monitored using various methods. The method of reference of the largest generator in the system proved to be a more suitable method for the assessment of relative load angles from the results of the analysis.
Modern approaches to designing electrical equipment with a focus on railway construction
Forejtník, Jan ; Pěcha, Jiří (referee) ; Bátora, Branislav (advisor)
The topic Modern Approaches to Designing Electrical Equipment with a Focus on Railway Construction responds to the decision of the Government of the Czech Republic to introduce the BIM method for government over-the-counter contracts from 1 January 2022. The government evaluated the BIM method as an effective tool for digitizing the construction industry. The diploma thesis deals with the method of designing high-current equipment, technologies and distribution on railways according to this new method. The work summarizes information about the present method of design, used high-current electrical equipment on the railway, the near and distant future of railway operation, the organization of administration and maintenance of equipment. It discusses the principle of the BIM method and basic software solutions supporting design activities according to this new method. The Promis.e software published by Bentley is also described in detail, which supports the design of electrical equipment for linear structures according to this method. The BIM method is a means of fulfilling the essence of Construction 4.0. It uses uniform data formats, a common data environment, working with non-graphic information. In the second part of the diploma thesis, the drawing documentation for the sample project of high-current distribution of the railway station was prepared. It was first created using AutoCAD software. After that, the sample project demonstrates the basic principles of the BIM method using Promis.e software. Furthermore, this project is evaluated, both methods of design are compared. The procedure of introducing the BIM method for the design of electrical equipment in a specific design company is proposed and other possible steps in working with the Promis.e software are discussed. The way of creating a and adding element libraries is described. At the end of the diploma thesis it is stated that to successfully master the design work according to the BIM method, it is necessary to have experience with design work in the field, know the principles of the BIM method, choose a suitable software solution, continuously and thoroughly manage these tools and train staff. Under these conditions, it will be possible to make full use of the potential of the BIM method.
Comparison of short-circuit current calculations by simulation programs with the standard ČSN EN 60909 ed.2
Procházka, Jiří ; Koudelka, Jan (referee) ; Bátora, Branislav (advisor)
This master's thesis deals with the comparison of the short-circuit current calculation for a model example according to the standard IEC 60909-0:2016 with simulation programs. The first part deals with short-circuit in general together with an example of calculation of short-circuit currents. The next part of the master’s thesis deals with creating models of network elements by different simulation programs. The last part deals with dynamic simulation of model example together with programs settings. Finally, the results of simulations are evaluated.
Design of reconstruction the part of the LV distribution network including make the creation of Detail Design Documentation
Kubeša, Radek ; Wasserbauer, Vojtěch (referee) ; Bátora, Branislav (advisor)
This master’s thesis deals with problems associated with the design of LV distribution networks. In the theoretical part there are described, legislative requirements for the designer of distribution networks, overwiev of standards in which the designer should have oriented and programs used in practice to create design documentation. In the next part there are given requirements for the detail design documentation. Practical part of master’s thesis is devoted to design of reconstruction of distribution network in the given part of village. Appraisal of existing a newly design distribution network was done by calculating of stady state in the BIZON program. In the last part there is listed design documentation for construction in range for the smooth implementation of the project.
Electrical safety monitoring systems - Insulation monitors
Kurka, Robin ; Bátora, Branislav (referee) ; Drápela, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis deals with solving the problem of insulation monitoring devices (IMD). The aim is to monitor the isolation status in the healthcare system, thus in an isolated power supply (IT) called the medical IT system. A summary of the used means and the used solutions of the way of supply from the point of view of reliability and safety were made to solve the problematics of the medical IT system.The thesis is based on an analysis of the experience of the use of IMD in medical IT system and also provides instructions for using IMD depending on the extent of their functions. The result of this thesis is a design of the electric power switchboard medical IT system with insulation monitoring device. A partial result of this thesis is the technical layout of the components inside the switchboard cabinet and their setting by means of a communication bus.

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