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Detached house, Moravske Kninice
Lidmila, Jan ; Vorlíčková, Petra (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The subject of bachelor's thesis is an elaboration of documentation for construction of a detached house in Moravské Knínice. This is a detached house in slope with two floors above ground and one underground floor with three residential units. The ground floor consists of a design system of ceramic bricks, including ceiling construction. The basement floor is designed from forged blocks a lost shuttering, ceiling construction is monolithic reinforced concrete. Building roofing is solved by gang-nailed-connected timber truss.
Apartment building
Karpíšková, Lenka ; Vorlíčková, Petra (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
An Object of Bachelor Thesis is an apartment building in Dačice city in the South Bohemia region. The object is designed like a separately standing apartment building with three levels. Inside there are nine flats totally and five of them are smaller. My choice of a construction system is POROTHERM. The construction of the ceiling is created like a reinforced concrete slab with a monolith which is reinforced by a cross. The levels connection is created by the reinforced concrete stairs. For insulation was used ETICS system. A kind of a roof of the house is a flat roof. A place in front of the house is for parking places. The Bachelor Thesis project was created by ArchiCAD software. ArchiCAD software and Artlantis software were used to visualize the project. All constructions comply with ČSN standards.
Apartment building
Hudeček, Vladimír ; Vorlíčková, Petra (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor’s work is a composition of project documentation for the construction building of apartment building. The object is situated on the cadastral area of Slavkov u Brna on plot number 354/147. The apartment building is designed as separated, partition in three parts. Four storey part without basement and two parts with basement. There are ten apartment units. To each apartment unit belong one basement cellar. There is one parking area with fifteen parking places in total. The building stands on foundation strips. The construction system of the object is wall system. External walls are made of Porotherm brick blocks with thermal insulation from mineral wool. The inside vertical load-bearing constructions are made of acoustic brick blocks with mortar pockets. The horizontal load-bearing constructions are made of reinforced concrete slabs. The building is roofed with single layer flat roof.
Multifunctional house on the Francouzská street in Brno
Vrtílek, Osvald ; Krejsová, Aneta (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The Bachelor's Thesis is based on the architectural study completed during the second year of the bachelor's studies. Its aim was to design an apartment building with second use by my choice. I've chosen a commercial spaces – a small space for store on the ground floor and a versatile studio on the top floor. On the other floors there are four single flat units with a loggy and a balcony, two bedrooms and spacious common room. Every flat has a cellar in a basement. Versitale studio offers facillities for artists or offices. It contains one big room with multifunctional use with an extensive roof terrace with a view into neighbourhood. The shop spaces are located to the first floor and has a entrance right form the street. Nowadays offers a lot of possibilities to use such small spaces enriched by a store and staff facilities. The building is located in the centre of Brno on the Francouzská street, which connects with Milady Horákové street. Currently there is a single-storey building, that replaced a former apartment building. Because of that, there became a gap site between other multi-storey buildings. The design tries to keep the principles of surrounding buildings by its form. This is guaranteed by the external spaces of each flat and by following the frontage line – the building reacts to it by its form of gentle curve on its facade.
The Rekonstruktion of Vyškov Rectory
Vaňurová, Tereza ; Hrabec,, Josef (referee) ; Vojtová, Lea (advisor) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The basis of the thesis is the architectural study, prepared in the winter semester of the third year of bachelor study on the topic of rectory renewal in Vyškov. The task of the study was to find suitable urban, mass and functional solution of the existing building and adjacent land. The former rectory will be completely renovated and will mainly serve the original purpose for accommodation of dean and chaplain of the parish, meetings with believers, religious education, then there will be located a chapel, a workroom, studios and rooms for commercial rent. On neighboring land will be designed new city park with design stage. The new building will serve as a platform for the expression of art, which enrich the cultural life in Vyskov. Together with the park which serves as a multifunctional public space for relaxing. The work is divided into design studies, project documentation for construction and architectural detail.
Application of pupillometry during measurement of the defocused curve
Musilová, Kateřina ; Harabiš, Vratislav (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The aim of this work is to design algorithm that will detect pupil from video. The theoretical knowledge necessary for proper pupil detection is also described in this master’s thesis. Detection is done on 24 videos that are converted to single images. The complete result the dependence of the pupil diameter on the used dioptre. The overall success rate of the algorithm is 88,13 %. The overall error is 11,87 %. For 17 out of 24 patients, it is confirmed that the greater the dioptre, the larger the pupil.
Reconstruction methods in holographic microscopy
Findejsová, Anna ; Odstrčilík, Jan (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
This master’s thesis focuses on the image reconstruction from holographic microscope. The first part of the thesis summarizes problems of holography, describes its principle and application particularly in live cell biology. In the second part the description of several methods used for off-axis hologram reconstruction is provided. The last part describes the implementation of the basic step in holographic reconstruction – the elimination of autocorrelation and twin image – and then also the reconstruction of 3D information of the sample.
Radiation damage of samples in low-voltage transmission electron microscopy
Vykydal, Václav ; Valterová, Eva (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
This thesis is focused on Radiation damage of samples in low-voltage transmission electron microscopy. In thesis is general description of transmission electron microscopy and their important parts. There is described how samples are damaged by primary electron beam and how samples for transmission electron microscopy are prepared and which degradation occurs from the point of view materials of sample and time dose of electrons from primary electron beam.
Analysis of pulsations in retinal image data
Plavcová, Daniela ; Kolář, Radim (referee) ; Odstrčilík, Jan (advisor)
Analysis of pulsation in retinal image data can be used to early diagnose of glaucoma. With the record of experimental videoophthalmocope and subsequent segmentation of optic disc the pulsation curves from various parts of optic disc were evaluated and the dependence between brightness, PAA and RNFL parameters was compared.
Identification of vertebrae type in CT data by machine learning methods
Matoušková, Barbora ; Kolář, Radim (referee) ; Chmelík, Jiří (advisor)
Identification of vertebrae type by machine learning is an important task to facilitate the work of medical doctors. This task is embarrassed by many factors. First, a spinal CT imagining is usually performed on patiens with pathologies such as lesions, tumors, kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis or patients with various implants that cause artifacts in the images. Furthermore, the neighboring vertebraes are very similar which also complicates this task. This paper deals with already segmented vertebrae classification into cervical, thoracic and lumbar groups. Support vector machines (SVM) and convolutional neural networks (CNN) AlexNet and VGG16 are used for classification. The results are compared in the conclusion.

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