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Slab road bridge
Blaha, Martin ; Koláček, Jan (referee) ; Panáček, Josef (advisor)
Bachelor thesis deals with a design of a prestressed bridge structure that transfers the D35 motorway between village Velký Újezd and town Lipník nad Bečvou. The bridge is bridged by the local Kyjánka stream. Three studies were designed from which a variant of a rectangular prestressed monolithic slab was selected and elaboraterd. The static model and its internal forces were calculated in SCIA Engineer 18.1. The calculation is made according to valid standards.
Transfer of rights and obligations arising from labour relations
Blaha, Martin ; Lang, Roman (advisor) ; Štefko, Martin (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the institute Transfer of rights and obligations arising from the labour relations under the Czech legal system in comparison with European legislation and namely in the light of the Czech and EU's judicial decisions. The text is divided into three main parts. In the first part there are generally determined the labour relations, their elements and possible change of them. The second part describes the institute, the impact on the concerned employees and all rights and obligations with the transfer related. The third part is about the situations, when the Transfer of undertaking occurs in accordance with special regulations. There are raised the questions in the text, which could occur in this context with the change of the employer, and the author attempts them more or less to answer with the assistance of the decisions of courts.
Effects of CO2, alcohol, and caffeine on cerebral blood flow and cerebral autoregulation
Bláha, Martin ; Beneš, Vladimír (advisor) ; Haninec, Pavel (referee) ; Kalvach, Pavel (referee)
1. Alcohol intoxication increases cerebral blood flow from 8 to 24 % 2. Alcohol intoxication does not impair dynamic cerebral autoregulation 3. Caffeine (300 mg per oral) decreases cerebral blood flow by 20 % 4. Without CO2 influence, caffeine (300 mg per oral) decreases cerebral blood flow from 10 to 20 %. 5. Caffeine decreases CBF despite severe peripheral cerebrovascular vasodilatation (during hypercapnia caffeine decreases CBF from 11 to 12 %) 6. There is not a statistically significant reduction of CBF during hypocapnia. 7. Vasomotor reactivity testing - Carbon Dioxide challenge test is not affected by pre-test caffeine intake 9. CO2 is a strong regulator of cerebral blood flow (through the regulation of the tone of cerebral vessels) 10. Cerebral vasomotor reactivity in healthy humans is 86.5 ± 19.1, and CO2 reactivity is 3.0 ± 0.6 %/mmHg 11. Cerebral autoregulation is significantly impaired during hypercapnia (autoregulation index decreases from baseline values of 4 ± 0.8 to 0.9 ± 0.9) 12. Increase of etCO2 by 1mmHg decrease ARI by 8.24 % 13. Traumatic brain injuries cause significant impairment of cerebral autoregulation 14. The cyclic leg cuff autoregulation test appears better suited for clinical use than the hyperemic leg cuff step release method. 15. Cerebral autoregulation may respond with...
Hospital strategy performance
Márová, Adéla ; Dvořáček, Jiří (advisor) ; Bláha, Martin (referee)
This master's thesis called Hospital strategy performance deals with the strategic analysis of České Budějovice Hospital in relation to cost efficiency in this company. Information were provided during the interview with the company CEO, MUDr. Břetislav Shon. Primary input for financial analysis purpose were taken from the annual reports of 2011-2015. The introduction defines strategy and strategic analysis and the master's thesis' aims are specified. The theoretical part is based on theoretical definition and methodology of strategic analysis, the analytical process is introduced, as well as results evaluation based on specialized publication. The practical part consists of the description of the current situation in Czech health care, company introduction and the strategic analysis of the company. The conclusion includes the strategic analysis evaluation and recommendation for next steps.
Vliv rozdílné strategie na produkční parametry v intenzivním chovu lososovitých ryb
Bláha, Martin
The aim of this diploma thesis was to elaborate the overview of applied strategies in salmonid rearing under the conditions of intensive aquaculture systems and to evaluate their production effect. Two feeding tests run within the NAZV program QJ1210013. The first feeding test was carried out from 15th May to 12th June 2014 in the Department of Fisheries and Hydrobiology, MENDELU. For this feeding test monosex female population of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) was included. Two types of dry food were administered ALLER AQUA -- ALLER SILVER and BioMar -- INICIO 918. The second feeding test was carried out from 11th June to 3rd September in the salmon farm in Pravíkov (BioFish company). To this feeding test, crossbreeds of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) were included. Two types of dry food were administered ALLER AQUA -- ALLER GOLD and BioMar -- EFICO ENVIRO 920. The length-weight parameters of individual fish were measured at the beginning and at the end of tests. The amount of administered feeds was recorded. Also basic physico-chemical properties of water were monitored. At the end of these tests the production (FCR, SGR, PER, etc.) and economy parameters were evaluated. The most favourable FCR (0,63) was achieved in the crossbreeds of brook trout and arctic char fed by ALLER GOLD. The most rapid growth of fish (SGR = 3,68) was achieved in the fish of monosex female population of rainbow trout fed by INICIO 918. The greatest yield (3 700 CZK per 1m3 of water) was achieved in crossbreeds of brook trout and arctic char fed by EFICO ENVIRO 920, when fed costs were 1 487 CZK per 1m3.
Magnetic field calculating of transformer by using conducting model
Bláha, Martin ; Skalka, Miroslav (referee) ; Kurfűrst, Jiří (advisor)
The paper deals with conductivE-resistive network. Use of this network is modeled transformer. The model is implemented in simulation program PSPICE and Simscape. To evaluace the results were used the values obtained using the finite element method. A simple model of the transformer has been replaced by rezistor network conductivity, which is divided into elements. According to these elements is a simplified model designed and analyzed
Design, optimization and full load circuit simulation of the surface mounted permanent magnet machine
Bláha, Martin ; Ondrůšek, Čestmír (referee) ; Kurfűrst, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis deals with the possibility of using the finite elements method for the analysing of synchronous permanent magnets machines. The aim of this work is to discuss the possibility of the machine design more effectively with using the finite elements method and Maxwell software for the simulations. On the created parametric model, simulations were performed according to master thesis assignment. The aim of this work is to determine induced voltage, iron losses, machine inductances and make a permanent magnets demagnetization analysis. From simulations results the machine efficiency is calculated. The parametric model was used for the optimization of selected parameters. From results of optimization new dimensions of permanent magnets was obtained. Machine efficiency was increased by new permanent magnet material and optimized design.
The electronic commutation motor
Bláha, Martin ; Huzlík, Rostislav (referee) ; Melichar, Petr (advisor)
This work discusses about nowadays problematic of the electronic comutation motors.This work also describes the opportunity of electronic control of these motors. The result of this work is realization of electronic control circuit from discreet components. There also are mentioned is proposal of electronic control board from SMD components. This control board include temperature control with ventilator switching , commutation logic, PWM speed control. In the last part of this paper are results of evaluation measurements of EC motor.
Lifestyle of students PF JCU
BLÁHA, Martin
This work is focused on lifestyle undergraduate JCU - PF, Health education, full-time and combined studies in Czech Budejovice. From the available material, we focused on quantitative research, where the main method is querying. The work consists of theoretical and practical part. The work describes health, determinants of health, health promotion, physical activity, mental hygiene, etc. It portrays the lifestyle in general terms. It describes the components of lifestyle (sleep, food and drink, leisure, stress, alcohol, smoking, sexual behavior, drug use). Subsequently, through a questionnaire survey analyzes the attitudes and experiences of college students with their lifestyle and everything lifestyle related and belong to him. It was important from the present findings to determine whether the lifestyle of students considered healthy and what is the current lifestyle of health education students, full-time and combined studies.

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