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Technological stage of the rough superstructure of the Jaroslavice mill
Janeček, Milan ; Bříza, Lukáš (referee) ; Kantová, Radka (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the design and technological solution for the implementation of the rough superstructure of the press in Jaroslavice. The con-tent of the work is an accompanying report and summary technical report of the building, the construction situation and the solution of relations of wider trans-port routes, technological regulations for the implementation of ceramic structu-res and for the implementation of wooden ceiling construction, machine design, site equipment solutions, safety and health solutions construction sites and in-spection and test plans for the execution of ceramic structures and for the executi-on of wooden ceiling structures.
Marketing Communication
Janeček, Michael ; Leitlová, Veronika (referee) ; Schüller, David (advisor)
The bachelor´s thesis focuses on a marketing communication of the M&M finance company s. r. o. and it is divided into the theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part is based on specialized literature and clarifies the terms of marketing communication. In the practical part there are an analysis of the company and own survey. It leads to suggestions for improvement marketing communication.
Microstructure of commercially pure titanium after cryogenic milling and spark Plasma sintering
Kozlík, J. ; Harcuba, P. ; Stráský, J. ; Chráska, Tomáš ; Janeček, M.
Commercially pure titanium was prepared by advanced powder metallurgy methods with the aim to produce the ultra-fine grained material. Cryogenic attritor milling was used as a first step to refine the microstructure at liquid argon temperatures to suppress recovery and dynamic recrystallization. Spark plasma sintering was subsequently employed to produce bulk material, exploiting its ability to achieve fully dense structure in short time and thus to reduce the grain growth. In order to understand the undergoing microstructural changes during the process, detailed investigation was performed after each preparation step. Powder morphology was changed significantly after milling, while particle fragmentation was only limited. Grain size after sintering was in micrometer scale, relatively independent of sintering conditions.
Effect of substantial grain refinement on microstructure and mechanical properties of precipitation hardenable magnesium alloys.
Hofman, Daniel ; Minárik, Peter (advisor) ; Janeček, Miloš (referee)
Properties of magnesium alloy WE43 and the effect of substantial grain refinement by ECAP were studied. The compressive strength test revealed a significant increase of yield strength after ECAP, resulting in yield strength of over 400 MPa after 8 ECAP passes. The material remained surprisingly ductile in both compression and tension. Thermal stability of the material was investigated via Vickers hardness test. The ultrafine-grained structure shows good thermal stability up to 300 řC, where the precipitates start to dissolve and grain size starts to increase, resulting in sharp fall of hardness. Annealing of the initial state showed best results for 210 řC where the precipitation hardening led to an increase in hardness up to ∼101 HV.
Acceleration of calculations in life insurance
Kuzminskaya, Kseniya ; Janeček, Martin (advisor) ; Vitali, Sebastiano (referee)
One of the major issue for life insurance companies is proper and consistent valuation of liabilities. This thesis introduces the standard estimation methods used in practice and discussed the alternative methods, which might help to speed up these calculations. It studies two possible methods of acceleration of calcu- lations in life insurance: analytic function and cluster analysis. The outcome of these work is comparison of discussed methods applied on generated life insur- ance portfolio. All methods were applied on two possible insurance products. Comparison of the results is based on the calculation precision and time needed to process the liabilities of the insurance company's portfolio. 1
Determining the level of knowledge about proper nutrition at undergraduate students TV and sport
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to determine the level of knowledge in the field of nutrition in students of physical education and sport and to determine the importance of knowledge about nutrition as part of the study of physical education and sport. The theoretical part contains information about health, healthy lifestyle, nutrition and nutrition in sport. In more detail, nutrition components such as proteins, fats, sugars, and vitamins are described. Here are also said the most common eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia and the most common alternative directions in the nutrition. The practical part deals detection of knowledge of students in the field of physical education and sport. The level of knowledge was detected by the research questionnaire method. Questionnaires were handed over to students during the lessons. The survey was attended by 73 students whose completed questionnaires were evaluated using graphs and tables. On the basic of detected the results, it was created an overview of the level of knowledge about good eating. From results show that a set of questions about the basic knowledge about healthy nutrition is at a very good level. It has also been shown that a group of issues relating to more advanced knowledge about healthy nutrition is at a sufficient level. The bachelor thesis could be further a contribution to creating the content of the subject of nutrition in sport.
Acceleration of calculations in life insurance
Kuzminskaya, Kseniya ; Janeček, Martin (advisor) ; Vitali, Sebastiano (referee)
One of the major issues in practical calculation in life insurance - typically value of liabilities, value of the company, pricing,... - is that the calculations run times are very long. This work should investigate possible approaches how to speed up the calculation (cluster analysis, flexing,...). If the results are positive, it can have crucial practical applications 1
Regulation of consumer credit
Janeček, Miroslav ; Kohajda, Michael (advisor) ; Vybíral, Roman (referee)
Regulation of consumer credit Abstract (English) Consumer credit is a legal institute and an economic instrument that allows consumer to pay funds that he does not currently have, when purchasing goods or services. Its importance is significant in the consumer society, so its provision and distribution must be regulated. Paragraph 2 of the current Consumer Credit Act No. 257/2016 Coll. defines consumer credit as a deferred payment, a cash loan, credit or similar financial service provided or intermediated to the consumer. The subject of this rigorous work is the analysis of the current regulation of consumer credit in relation to the adoption of the new Act No. 257/2016 Coll., On Consumer Credit, which implements the Directive 2014/17/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 February 2014 on credit agreements for consumers relating to residential immovable property. The legislator decided to consolidate the regulation of consumer credit into one rule, so the new act also implements the Directive 2008/48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2008 on credit agreements for consumers. The new act thus represents a complex regulation covering both the provision and intermediation of consumer credit and the rights and obligations arising from mortgage credit agreement and...
Morphology and hardness of particles of titanium powder prepared by cryogenic milling
Ibragimov, Ilya ; Stráský, Josef (advisor) ; Janeček, Miloš (referee)
The effect of cryogenic milling on morphology and microhardness of titanium powder was investigated. Initial powder of commercially pure titanium was subjected to cryogenic milling in liquid argon (LAr) using two different milling speeds. Prepared powders were subsequently cleaned by ethanol. The cleaning procedure was done in two ways: in the air and in the inert atmosphere in the glovebox. Particle size and morphology were investigated my scanning electron microscopy and subsequent automated image analysis. Microhardness of powder particles was determined by Vickers hardness measurement using small loads. The milling did not cause significant powder refiniment, while the shape of powder particles changes substantially. Milling speed affected particle shape and powder contamination. Application of stearic acid as the processing control agent prevented cold-welding of powder particles, but contaminated the powder by oxygen and hydrogen. Stearic acid could be successfully removed by cleaning in ethanol. The using of glovebox for cleaning did not have significant effect on the resultiing contamination.

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