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Polyfunctional residential building in Slatina
Náprava, Lukáš ; Klubal, Tomáš (referee) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to design and evaluate a new multipurpose apartment building in Slatina. The object, which includes a parking lot, will be used for housing and recreational/sport purposes. The thesis also deals with basic evaluation of the object from the point of view of construction physics, fire safety and structural stability. The building is designed as a detached construction with graded floors. There is one ground floor and four elevated ones. The entire object is mirror-symmetrical on a transverse axis. The ground floor is designated to include a storage area of the apartment building, mechanical rooms and sanitary facilities of the fitness centre. The fitness centre itself is located on the first floor, along with a gym, administrative area and two special-purpose apartments. The remaining floors are intended for housing purposes. Wall construction system has been chosen for the object. The ground floor is based on a foundation plate made of watertight concrete („bílá vana“) while the supporting system is constituted by reinforced concrete walls. All ceiling constructions are constituted by monolithic plates made of reinforced concrete. Peripheral and inner supporting walls of the upper floors are lined with ceramic blocks HELUZ. Inner communication network consists of prefabricated reinforced concrete staircase and an elevator shaft. Roof construction consists of a flat DUO roof and a green roof.
Integration of phase change materials in building structures
Klubal, Tomáš ; Šťastník, Stanislav (referee) ; Solař,, Jaroslav (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
The thesis deals with the integration of phase change materials (PCMs) into building structures. The basic requirement is improved thermal stability during the summer season without using an air conditioner. This can be achieved by increasing the thermal storage capacity of the building structures. If the thermal capacity cannot be increased on the level of weight, phase change materials can be used. These materials are capable of storing latent heat and thus increasing the thermal storage capacity of the building. In the thesis the phase change materials were investigated in a thermal incubator by thermal analysis and, above all, in full-scale experiments using comparative measurements. The comparative measurements were carried out in two attic rooms at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Brno University of Technology, where in one was used as a reference and the other for the experiment. Manufactured heat storage panels were installed in the experimental room. These panels are composed of a base plate; the capillary tubes placed on it are coated with modified plaster. The gypsum plaster is modified with micro-capsules paraffin for improving the thermal storage capacity. This system is connected to a thermal air-water pump, by which the storage panels can be additionally cooled or heated. In the experimental measurements, different operating modes were investigated and their effect on the indoor environment was evaluated. Thermal storage in PCMs dampens the temperature amplitude in the building during the summer season and, at the same time, allows the stored heat to be discharged during the night. Moreover, the time interval of withdrawing electric energy from the supply mains is much shorter than in the case of air conditioning. A conventional air conditioner must operate simultaneously with the thermal load, i.e. at the time of peak consumption of electric energy. Thanks to the set regimes, the installed system is capable of responding to external thermal condit
Renovation of municipality office
John, Josef ; Klubal, Tomáš (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
This thesis deals with the reconstruction of the Adamov municipality,based on a solution of barrier-free building use, overall improvement of the energy performance of the building and creation of new office spaces in the form of a loft. The object is located on a building site in the town Adamov. The object is currently connected to a III. road, parking space and utilities. It is a building with three above-ground floors and one basement floor. The ground plan of the municipality is rectangle-shaped, the maximum outline dimensions of the rectangle are 28.38 x 16.70m. Existing vertical supporting constructions are mason made of fired bricks. The roof frame structure is made of wood, construction framework stagnant stool, fired tiles are used as roofing. Floor surfaces are formed by ceramic tiles or vinyl. The entrance part is covered with a flat roof. The entrance area will be redesigned as a barrier-free, with a connection to the elevator that goes through the entire object. The sanitary facilities in the first and in the second floor will be renovated. Newly created attic floor will be – except for the lift - connected to the interior of the building by a new steel staircase and the walls on this floor will be of a light type. Holes fillings will be changed in the perimeter walls. A thermal insulation of the entire object by a contact heating system will take place. This thesis consists of preparatory work and studies, implementing documentation, text reports, calculations of the thermal technical assessment and fire safety solutions. Project documentation is made in accordance with currently valid laws, regulations and standards.
Passive apartment building
Čejka, Radek ; Klubal, Tomáš (referee) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is the proposal and the preparation of project documentation for the construction of passive residential building on a plot number 1691/96 cadastral area of Černovice in a Brno city. The residential building will be built in a sloping terrain. It is a five-storey residential building with one floor below ground. The house has 16 residential units and is designed for a maximum of 40 people. Two of the units are designed as a wheelchair accessible. The skeletal staircase of a building is located outside the main building. The residential units are connected by porch. The porch is built from a steel skeleton and is standing outside the main building. At the south side of building is free standing steel construction used as balcony for residential units. Perimeter wall is made of sand-lime blocks which are insulated by graphite expanded polystyrene. Perimeter wall of basement is made of permanent formwork filled with concrete. The wall is also insulated with extruded polystyrene. The ceilings are made of prestressed concrete panels Spiroll. The supporting roof structure is made of wood trusses. The roof is pitched and the roof deck is designed vegetational. The building is ventilated using forced air handling unit. Heating and hot water is provided sources: pellet boiler and photothermic panels. The apartment house is designed with regard to energy saving as passive. Emphasis is placed on a compact building envelope, simplicity of shape, air tightness, low heat loss and high solar gain arising due the building orientation to the cardinal directions.
Training center
Matoulková, Simona ; Klubal, Tomáš (referee) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
Diploma thesis deals with design documentation of training centerm determined to services for public. Building is situated in Královéhradecký region, in Náchod, cadastral district Náchod, located on 1150/1, 1151/6 and 1152/1 building plots with 1949 m2 area. Trainig center has three floors. In the first floor there is nursery school and in the second and the third floor there are situated rooms of the training center with administration. Center has wheelchair access and private parking spaces. The building is designed as a brick building with Isover insulation system with ventilated facade. Vertical supporting structure is from KM Beta Sendwix and Spiroll ceiling panels – the horizontal supporting structure. The building has not walkeble flat roof structure. Zhe inclination is performed by thermal insulation at a gradient of 3%. For heating there is designed Schiedel Absolut chimney.
Apartment building in Humpolec
Dědic, Vojtěch ; Klubal, Tomáš (referee) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
Master thesis of "APARTMENT BUILDING IN HUMPOLEC" is composed in the form of project documentation. The building is designed as a dweling house and it is situated in the centre of Humpolec city. The building has four floors and no basement. Supporting structure consists of a ceramic masonry and concrete elements. The drawings are processed in ArchiCAD program.
Library in Hluk
Šimková, Lucie ; Klubal, Tomáš (referee) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
This Diploma Thesis addresses the new building of the municipal library. Building has two floors and one basement. Operation of library is divided into public and private part. In the basement there are technical facilities, storage space and archive of books. In the first floor is space for the readers and coffee bar. In the second floor is study room, conference room and offices to ensure the operation of the library. All floors are equipped with sanitary facilities and room for staff. The building is covered with flat ply roof.
Hotel Apollo in Tatranská Lomnica
Mikuška, Tomáš ; Klubal, Tomáš (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with project design documentation of a hotel situated in Tatranská Lomnica. The object is designed as a four-story detached building. Object´s ground plan is T-shaped. First floor contains a lobby, a restaurant, a kitchen and a hotel administration part. The other three floors are meant for accommodation. A construction system is based on iron-concrete body shell. Coping consists of a double sloping roof made out of wooden roof trusses.
Private clinic, Slavkov u Brna
Ševela, Zdeněk ; Klubal, Tomáš (referee) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
The topic of this Master‘s thesis is an elaboration of project documentation of construction part for a project of new building private clinic in Slavkov u Brna. Object is composed of three floors. In the first floor there are chemist and X-ray. In the second and third floor there are doctor's surgery. Construction system is transverse wall. The ceilings are made of prestressed panels. The roof of object is single-layer flat roof.
Villahouse Kasalka in Humpolec
Honzárek, Pavel ; Klubal, Tomáš (referee) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the project documentation of villa house Kasalka in Humpolci. The house is situated in the region Highland in the village Humpolec, cadastral territory of Humpolec. The building is designed as a five-story brick building, where the vertical structures are designed from a structural system POROTHERM. The external walls are insulated. The building is covered with three flat roof decks at different heights, two of which are walkable and used as terraces. The building includes Garage for ten cars of type 1a and small establishment an office type.

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