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Conditioning of Primary Systems for Solving by Flexibility Method
Sabelová, Katarína ; Mašek, Jan (referee) ; Frantík, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with effect of chosen basic determinate structure on solution of statically indeterminate structures obtained by using force method. Evaluation of basic determinate structure is based on conditioning of flexibility matrix, defined by three different condition numbers. Each of the four analyzed structures is examined in different way, due to their individual characteristics. As a result, few findings about dependence of conditioning of used basic structure on structures parameters and its effect on solution by force method were obtained.
Design and Analysis of Structure of Spherical House
Kolodzej, Ján ; Zídek, Rostislav (referee) ; Frantík, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is dedicated to designing of two different versions of the construction for a spherical house. The design was developed upon an interest of the investor, with whom were both versions also consulted and is supposed to lead to an actual project and realization. The two versions will differ in usage of building materials and the construction geometry.
Modelling and experimental verification of zipline
Dobrovolný, Tomáš ; Keršner, Zbyněk (referee) ; Frantík, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the numerical modeling of the zip-line and its experimental verification on a small scale. An experimental zip-line is identified and then the results are compared with the numerical model outputs. The goal is to validate abilities of the numerical model in the case of simulation of a zip-line.
Experimental Verification of Optimal Shape of Beam
Uríček, Matúš ; Keršner, Zbyněk (referee) ; Frantík, Petr (advisor)
The thesis deals with design of beams of optimized shapes, which are than manufactured by 3D printer and their features are experimentally verified. When the limit strength of a given component is reached, ways of fracture development are observed. Information obtained from the experiments are then compared with assumptions generated by numerical methods.
Simulation of Idiofonic System
Múčka, Martin ; Keršner, Zbyněk (referee) ; Frantík, Petr (advisor)
The thesis deals with dynamic simulation of real bell behavior over time. The model is created according to principles of physical discretization as a spring in the FyDiK3D software. In order for the model to be declared as relevant, it is necessary to prove the behavior of the structures used in the elementary tasks of the mechanics. It shows the correlation between the stiffness of normal and diagonal springs. Describes how to use software import tools to create a model. The resulting model approaches its real bell behavior.
Experimental and Numerical Analysis of the Volume Changes of Fine-grained Concretes
Odstrčil, Štěpán ; Frantík, Petr (referee) ; Kucharczyková, Barbara (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the experimental and numerical analysis of volume changes of fine-grained concrete. Experiments were carried out, measuring both the length changes as well as the mass losses and the internal temperature of the test specimens made from fine-grained concrete. The measurements were divided into two parts (phases). The first phase took approx. 72 hours. The second phase was focused on the long-term measurements and will be completed after stabilization of the mass losses and length changes. In the diploma thesis, the first phase of measurement was elaborated in detail, both in terms of experimental and numerical analysis. In addition, a C # .NET program was created to facilitate the processing of raw measurement data from the data logger. Finally, a comparative calculation was performed according to the model B4, where the result of the calculation was compared with the results of the experiment.
Three-dimensional Spring Networks and Their Applications
Štafa, Michal ; Brožovský, Jiří (referee) ; Keršner, Zbyněk (referee) ; Frantík, Petr (advisor)
The presented work highlights the remarkable potential of physical discretization – lattice model FyDiK in three-dimensional modelling of non-linear problems in structural mechanics. To achieve the objectives a software application, that implements the model FyDiK along with the 3D graphical user interface has been developed and thus is able to assemble a spring network model. Such a model was used for modelling the formation of cracks and fracture in the concrete specimens and also to model a plastic behaviour of steel I-beam. The calculations were performed by a massive parallelization on CUDA platform. In the first part the basic principles on which the work is based are introduced. Subsequently, a detailed description of individual parts of the model and the issue of parallelization by graphics cards are presented. In the next part the creation of the required software and improving of the model properties of mentioned materials are described. That is followed by evaluation of the achieved results with the comparison of other modelling software. The conclusion summarizes the achievements and suggestions for the further development possibilities of the presented method of modelling.
Comparison of geometry of vaults of historical buildings with computational model
Dobrovolný, Tomáš ; Keršner, Zbyněk (referee) ; Frantík, Petr (advisor)
Thesis deals with the study of the shape of the actual vault and its modeling. Modeling is based on the computation of the pressure line using a chain model. It is investigated whether the builders could in the past derive the shape of the vault by means of a chain on which they suspended the weights. To compare the actual arch with the model, the entrance vault of St. Jacob's Church in Brno was selected.
Methods of Static Buckling Analysis
Svoboda, Filip ; Eliáš, Jan (referee) ; Frantík, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this theses is to create application, which is able to calculate buckling load of structure made from 1D bar elements, using finite element method. introduction is devoted to basic principles of buckling and derivation of necessary formulas. Then are described all operations and numerical methods needed for the application. At the and is in detail analyzed few structures and results are compared with known solutions or with other applications.
Modeling of Elastic Mechanisms
Slaný, Jan ; Keršner, Zbyněk (referee) ; Frantík, Petr (advisor)
The thesis deals with constructing and solving a discrete mechanical model from the point of view of dynamics. As an example of a real-world problem which can be approximated in this way, the dynamical behaviour of a bow and arrow during loose have been chosen. In order to solve this particular type of model, a specialized piece of software has been developed. This method and software have been deployed to simulate shooting a straight bow of specific parametres. Two variants for the shape of the bowstaff have been evaluated.

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