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Osteled 7c-7d Horsens Refurbishment
Král, Ondřej ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
Project created during study program on VIA university in Denmark gave form to the following bachelor’s thesis which further develops it into the level of building permit documentation and documentation for execution of the project. Object of the study is located in Horsens in a residential area among several identical residential buildings. The project focuses on refurbishing this building and upgrading it’s standards for living with emphasis placed on economical, energetic and social sustainability. The main idea is to preserve the authenticity of the object by respecting original form and materials while adding modern elements. At the same time to provide diverse and pleasurable living spaces in dwellings, connection with greenery and possibilities of social contact of residents. The load bearing structure of the building is preserved, staircase area demolished and replaced by new communication core including stairs and elevators. Roof truss system and roof construction is determined to be replaced. Project is designed as barrier-free.
Design of the hammer set
Král, Ondřej ; Haltof, Vladimír (referee) ; Škaroupka, David (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is focused on the design of a product family of hammers by the means of generative design. The core of this thesis is the creation of an algorithm which will generate hammers of unified visual style, but varying properties based on input parameters. It is necessary that these hammers are in shape, ergonomics and dimensions adequate to preferences of the target group of professional workers and that they are producible in series and from commonly used materials. The output is a set of three hammers with different mass and dimensional properties.
The Domestic value added of Czech exports, its increasing and the role of the state in this process
Král, Ondřej ; Hnát, Pavel (advisor) ; Neumann, Pavel (referee)
This thesis deals with the topic of The Domestic value added of Czech exports, its increasing and the role of the state in this process. The main focus is on the low domestic value added of the crucial Czech export industries that represent the core of the Czech economy. We examine the data based on TiVA methodology which is the joint OECD-WTO initiative coping with changing global trade relations. It captures not only the domestic value added but also the origin of the foreign value added embedded in domestic exports. In this context, we critically examine the low level of territorial diversification of Czech exports and outdated policies in these areas. According to the outcomes of the analysis, the Czech economy is pursuing the path from the status of a transition economy that follows foreign markets to an innovation-driven economy that shapes industries, creates new ones and specializes on activities with high value added in GVCs. The Czech Republic can become one of these innovative economies only if it reviews its comparative advantages and adopts sound policies.
Phillips curve verification by time series analysis of Czech republic and Germany
Král, Ondřej ; Arltová, Markéta (advisor) ; Blatná, Dagmar (referee)
Government fiscal and monetary policy has long been based on the theory that was neither proven nor refuted since its origination. The original form of the Phillips curve has undergone significant modifications but its relevance remains questionable. This thesis examines the correlation between inflation and unemployment observed in the Czech Republic and Germany over the last twenty years. The validity of the theory is tested by advanced methods of time series analysis in the R environment. All the variables are gradually tested which results in the assessment of the correlation between the time series. The outcome of the testing is presented for both countries and a comparison at international level is drawn. Is is discovered that both of the countries have dependencies in their data. Czech republic has significant dependency in both ways, for Germany is the dependency significantly weaker and only in one way.
Interval linear systems with linear dependencies
Král, Ondřej ; Hladík, Milan (advisor) ; Rada, Miroslav (referee)
The main problem discussed in this thesis is about finding an enclo- sure of the solution set of an interval linear system with linear dependencies. We get familiar with definitions from interval arithmetic and analysis. Then we extend them to matrices and linear systems, where we introduce several modern approaches to finding an enclosure and divide them thematically. Most of them are implemented in MATLAB using INTLAB library. We compare their precision and computational time on Toeplitz, symmetric and random matrices. For depen- dencies we design our memory saving representation. The results are interpreted and the final function, which can compute either fast, sharp or memory efficient, is build on individual methods. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Design of steam boiler with grate firing burning contaminated wood
Král, Ondřej ; Křemínský, Pavel (referee) ; Baláš, Marek (advisor)
The master´s thesis deals with steam boiler design that burns contaminated wood with output 55 tons of steam per hour, steam pressure 4,2 MPa and temperature 423 °C. First two chapters focuses on stoichiometry and calculation of heat losses and boiler efficiency. Great part of thesis constitutes of thermal and dimensional calculations of every heat transfer surface. Some specific boiler parts are described considering special fuel properties. Final chapters contain pressure losses calculation of flue gas and heated medium for pumps and fans design. Drawing is also part of the work which is included as an attachment.
Application of modern technologies for the production of spare parts airsoft guns
Král, Ondřej ; Zemčík, Oskar (referee) ; Jaroš, Aleš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis describes design and manufacture of airsoft spare parts. Selected spare parts were hammer and spring holder, which were designed in 3D parametric software Autodesk Inventor 2016. Chosen method to manufacture spare parts, was Fused Modeling Deposition, which is part of Rapid Prototyping technology. The device for producing parts was 3D printer uPrint. The manufacture of silicon mould was based on printed spring holder, which was used for parts manufacture, by casting plastic materiál. Thesis is completed with a technical-economical evaluation, in which it was found that the silicon mould casting is more profitable in the production of more parts.
Wind energy
Král, Ondřej ; Brázdil, Marian (referee) ; Kracík, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis discuss wind energy sector. The first chapter focuses on basic construction types of wind power plants, their classification and description of the main parts. Basic physical principles by which electrical energy is produced, presents the next section, which deals with the lifetime of wind turbines, too. The final chapter describes the development of wind power in history, wind energy is here compared with other energy sources, and finally it is dedicated to matter of wind turbines’ energy payback.
Power analysis
Král, Ondřej ; Malá, Ivana (advisor) ; Bílková, Diana (referee)
This thesis examines the issues of analysis of statistical power of a test. It introduces a subject of hypotheses testing which is closely related. The goal is to expose the effect of parameters' alteration on the power test size. By using an application on examples, the thesis graphically illustrates the differences caused by the parameters' alteration. The results show how is the power of a test influenced by the effect of type one error, type two error, the number of observations, the formulation of alternative hypothesis and effect size on test power. The thesis further elaborates on effect size forms. In conclusion, all the explained theories are tested by an example that illustrates the size, which is achieved by changing the parameter.
Internationalization of the renminbi in the context of building the foundations of Chinese hegemony
Král, Ondřej ; Jiránková, Martina (advisor) ; Bejkovský, Jan (referee)
In the 21st century, the Chinese currency gradually gains its position in the international monetary and financial system. The pace of making structural reforms in China is accelerating. These reforms are supposed to start a new growth model of the local economy. The base of this development is the internationalization of the renminbi. It is among the means by which China wants to achieve sustainable growth and in a longer term attack on hegemonic position in the world economy. This thesis examines the extent to which the renminbi becomes the world's tender and the impact this fact would have on the layout of the world economy, hence on China itself.

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