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The diploma thesis was prepared in cooperation with Atemit. The thesis describes the specific composition and properties of polymer industrial substrates from Atemit research.
Šácha, Dominik ; Tesařík, Miroslav (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
This diploma thesis has goal to find out possibility of substitution sand in polymer crete flooring system by recycling car glass. Polymer crete is made from sand and epoxy resin. Companies use it in industrial flooring system. Polymercrete industrial flooring systems are new types of floor surface. It aims to customers with high requirements to floor properties and short time of realisation. Polymercrete floors are 4-6 mm thin. They are waterproof, they has higher compressive strength then 60 MPa and tensile strength is more than 20 MPa. Polymercretes does not make dust. This study includes also suggestion of recycling process to make glass sand from car glass windows. The diploma thesis was prepared in cooperation with company Atemit, s.r.o.
Verification of properties of concretes with nanoparticles
Pacltová, Klára ; Hela, Rudolf (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the influence of addition of carbon nanoparticles on cement composites. The theoretical part of the diploma thesis is focused on the research of information about carbon nanoparticles, more precisely about carbon nanotubes and graphene oxide. There are summarized methods of dispersing carbon nanotubes and their effects on cement composites. The practical part follows the theoretical part of the research. In the first phase, the correct technique of graphene oxide dispersion was verified. Subsequently, the effects of graphene oxide on the mechanical properties of cement mortars were verified. In the final phase of the diploma thesis, the knowledge gained from the previous part was verified on concrete samples.
Study of the influence of aggregate composition on volume changes and mechanical properties of High Performance Concrete
Vobinušková, Kristýna ; Hela, Rudolf (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
The master´s thesis deals with the volume changes of concrete during its concrete glow. These volume changes are generally more susceptible to high-strength concretes – HSC, which contain a bigger dose of binder. The theoretical section describes the possible reduction volume change especially in HSC, which are focused on the composition of concrete, especially on the type and particle size distribution of aggregate. Then attention is also paid to the different types of cements and their possible substitution. The part of the theoretical work describes the types of volume changes that may occur. In the experimental part are suggested the HSC by to secure informations. Different kinds of aggregates are used and a continuous or discontinuous grain curve and a different maximum grain size. Part of the sample was made only from CEM I 42,5 R and the second part of the sample from CEM I 42,5 R with the addition of very finely ground limestone. In terms of the part of the work were monitored volume changes of concrete with different composition and also their mechanical properties after 7, 28 and 90 days. Specifically, compressive strength, tensile strength, strength of the surface layers of concrete, water absorption and water-permeability test concrete. In conclusion, are listed all the results of tests.
Use of FRP Composites as Reinforcing Material for Concrete
Kratochvílová, Denisa ; Prokeš,, Jan (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
Because FRP composites have high fiber strength and good durability, they are increasingly used for repairs, modernisation and reconstruction of concrete structures. In practice, however there is a risk of premature separation of FRP reinforcement from concrete. This can be avoided by appropriate selecting the fibers and the matrix and the appropriate shape of the reinforcement. The actual materials and consistency of FRP reinforcement with concrete are also covered by this diploma thesis.
Monitoring the influence of concrete composition on abrasion resistance
Černá, Hana ; Novosad, Petr (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
This diploma thesis focuses on the resistance of concrete to abrasion with regard to the raw materials used for their production. In the theoretical part of the thesis are described admixtures, different types of aggregate and aggregate composition which influence the resistance of concrete to abrasion. In the experimental part, 15 different C30 / 37, S4 concrete formulations were proposed. Different types of aggregates - fecal gravel (Žabčice), biotic granodiorite (Olbramovice) and amphibolite (Želešice) have always been used in the recipes. Fine ground limestone, micro-silica, high-temperature fly ash and finely ground slag were ingredients that were added to the proposed recipes. Consistency was determined by the method of cone seating and the density of fresh concrete. In the hardened state, concrete density, compressive strength, bending tensile strength, tensile strength, watertightness, concrete absorption, and abrasion resistance were determined using the Böhm method and wide wheel method. The test specimens were tested after 7, 28, and 90 days of maturation.
Study of properties of cementitious composites with fiber reinforcement from inorganic fibers
Gottwaldová, Aneta ; Novosad, Petr (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
Diploma thesis deals with study of properties of cementious composites with fiber reinforcement from glass and basalt inorganic fibers. Diploma thesis includes a theoretical and experimental part. The theoretical part deals with information about glass and basalt fibers, their durability and usage. In the experimental part we monitored properfies of cement composites with basalt and glass fibers. Fibers were exposed to an aggressive environment. The properties of composites with reference fibers were compared with composites with fibers affacted by the aggressive environment. The properties of composites were examined after 28 and 90 days. We monitored compresive strenght, bending tensile strenght, tensile strenght, surface layer strenght and SEM.
Use of nanotechnologies, especially CNT, in silicate composites
Jarolím, Tomáš ; Bodnárová, Lenka (referee) ; Martinec,, Petr (referee) ; Kalina,, Michal (referee) ; Hela, Rudolf (advisor)
Thesis theme were nanomaterials and its implementation to cementitious materials. Theoretical part has deal with description of carbon nanotubes types, their properties, production, ways of dispergation, nanotoxicity and CNT’s influence on silicate composites characteristics. Experimental part was divided to 5 stages. The first stages were focused on choosing appropriate carbon nanotubes and surfactants. In the next stage settings of US homogenizator were determinate (amplitude, US energy dosage, time). The part of US homogenizator setting process was observing influence of liquid environment characteristics (especially pH) on surface tension and particle distribution and influence of US energy on CNT walls damages through TEM. After dispergation parameters optimalization cement pastes were prepared and hydration temperature, hydration heat and viscosity were observed. Then testing specimens from cement mortar were prepared and tested form strength characteristics. Last stage was concrete production and their examination: compressive strength, flexural strength, static modulus of elasticity, dynamic modulus of elasticity, tensile splitting strength, depth of penetration of water under pressure, resistance of cement concrete surface to water and defrosting chemicals and determination of frost resistance of concrete. Samples with CNT addition had better strength characteristics and better resistance of penetration of water under pressure, water and defrosting chemicals resistance and frost resistance. Result of thesis is comprehensive study of CNT dispersion production and implementation CNT dispersion to concrete including testing specific concrete characteristics.
The optimization of the wood polymer composite composition regarding its utilization in building structures
Benešová, Anna ; Pospíšil,, Ladislav (referee) ; Ďurica,, Tibor (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (referee) ; Vaněrek, Jan (advisor)
Wood-polymer composite is a relatively new type of material that combines shattered wood mass and a thermoplastic polymer. This material is utilized especially as an alternative to hard wood in the area of non-bearing exterior elements, as it reaches better properties in terms of the basic durability and low maintenance. Raw material composition and processing of the composite enable to provide a significant modification with further matters leading to an improvement of the end-product properties. Research and development in this field focuses predominantly on the utilization of such modifying additives that either enhance the resistance to weathering or are of the recycled nature, as a significant part of the raw material mixture comprises the constituent obtained from non-renewable resources. The aim of the thesis is the evaluation of the influence of the wood-polymer composite modification separately at two levels. First of them is the modification to matrix by using a recycled polymer, the second one comprises the modification of the wood flour with a secondary spherical filler. Both types of modified composites have been assessed in terms pf the prime characteristics and the resistance to adverse ambient.
Usability of basal fibres in cement composites
Kolková, Kristína ; Hela, Rudolf (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with issues of using basalt fibers in cement composites and it consists of a theoretical research and an experimental part. In the theoretical research is a description of properties of basalt fibers, production technology and behavior of fresh and hard concrete with addition of basalt fibers. There is mentioned an example of application in practice of basalt fibers for a reconstruction of a bridge construction. The theoretical research also deals with more possibilities of use of products made from melted basalt. In the experimental part was verified behavior of fresh and hard concrete with the addition 3, 10 and 20 kg.m-3 of short basalt fibers. These mixtures were compared with the reference mixture from plain concrete. There was determined the consistency in fresh condition by the slump test, the density and the air content. The flexure strength, compressive strength and tensile strength were determined on hard concrete samples in age of 28 days. The presence of basalt fibers was detected by an electron scanning microscope.
Usability of hig speed water jet in civil engineering
Boucníková, Veronika ; Sitek,, Libor (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with possibilities of using high-speed water jet in construction industry. In the theoretical part, water jet technology was generally described and a research for use in the construction industry with an emphasis on the application of concrete structures redevelopment and the process of interaction of water jet with concrete was done. Furthermore, the safety risks during work with high-speed water jet and the possibilities of recycling of waste generated by the use of this technology were evaluated. In the experimental part were prepared concrete samples with dispersed concrete reinforcement. The characteristics of the concrete samples were determined and the depth and appearance of the cross-section after interaction with the high-speed water jet was evaluated.

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