National Repository of Grey Literature 95 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.01 seconds. 
Residential Building
Pevný, Richard ; Sláma, Ludvík (referee) ; Mohelníková, Jitka (advisor)
The bachelor thesis describes the design of apartment building in Pelhřimov. The work includes project documentation for the construction. The apartment building has four over ground floor. In this apartment building is six residential units with total capacity twenty persons. There is one technical room with five cellars, one garage and one gym for users apartment building. The first floor is designed as a barrier-free. This apartment building has not detached floor. In front of a apartment building is designed ten parking place and two parking place are for invalid persons. The building is designed of structural system of ceramic blocks. The celings are from prefabricated panels.
Optimisation of light conditions in buildings
Vajkay, František ; Mohelníková, Jitka (advisor)
Building physics as a branch of architecture must ensure an indoor comfort of each user and inhabitant of a building object. This involves, acoustics, indoor thermal conditions and among others also daylighting and artificial lighting of buildings. Light as a particle and an electromagnetic wave, is required by the different aspects of the human organism. It allows the living beings to see, influences skin and bones, the biorhythms, etc. Therefore, it is necessary for the engineering community to predict the correct illuminance and luminance levels acting insides. The thesis deals with such issues. More precisely, it assesses the quality of design tools and methodologies, either against CIE reference cases described in CIE 171/2006 and against real measurements done over the working plane of an indoor space located in the attic of Building D of the Institute of Building Structures, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Brno University of Technology, too. The tools tested throughout the solution of the dissertation did involve three computer programs: RADIANCE, WDLS v3.1 and WDLS v4.1, and one numerographical approach, namely the Daniljuk’s innovated methodology (sometimes even combined with the theories of BRS). In addition several software’s have had been created alongside the process assessment, just to mention the “RADIANCE Script”, “RADIANCE Data Evaluation Script” or “MuuLUX“. The later was written as a communication software allowing the connection of the KONICA-MINOLTA T10 illuminance meter to a computer with the aim of data collection while long term observation. The solution did also require the establishment of a measuring element for the determination of the light reflectance values of surfaces. The solutions, results and conclusions do describe how well did the design approaches deal while predicting the resulting awaited daylight factor levels in points over the working plane.
REDUCING THE VALUE OF CONSTRUCTION NOISE BY MODELING THE PRODUCTION AREA OF CONSTRUCTION SITE AND BY ADJUSTING THE TECHNOLOGICAL PROCEDURES DURING CONSTRUCTION
Kantová, Radka ; Makýš,, Peter (referee) ; Mohelníková, Jitka (referee) ; Henková, Svatava (advisor)
This doctoral thesis focuses on noise generated during construction. It defines the legislative and physical aspects of this topic. It determines heavy machinery as noise source and categorizes them by their usage in construction technologies. It collects source data of the machinery noises which can be further used in prognostic models. It analyses the level of construction noise which can impact the nearby residential areas and offers methodology for modelling and designing the possible arrangements for the noise reduction. It defines partial effects of the construction site which are significant for the noise spreading. It establishes their role in the value of acoustic pressure level of the noise affecting the façade of the considered building. With the data collection and with case study verification it offers a prepared work tool which can be easily used to predict noise levels on construction sites and can be applied in the early constructions preparations. The structure of this thesis is planned for possible usage as university textbook or study support.
Multi-functional building
Nagornykh, Dmitriy ; Sláma, Ludvík (referee) ; Mohelníková, Jitka (advisor)
The aim of my diploma thesis is the elaboration of the project documentation for the construction of the administrative building. It is a seven-storey building with one underground and six above-ground floors. The underground floor is halfway under the terrain and used for garage parking. The loose part will be used for barrier-free entrance to the building and partly as a cafe. Above-ground floors are used as office spaces. The administrative building is designed as a monolithic reinforced concrete structure in the underground floor, the above-ground floors are designed as a column monolithic system for flexible use of office space. The static calculation will be carried out according to valid ČSN EN standards.
Lodging House
Prachmanová, Zuzana ; Sláma, Ludvík (referee) ; Mohelníková, Jitka (advisor)
Tato diplomová práce představuje určenou část projektové dokumentace ve stupni pro provádění stavby (dle vyhlášky č. 499/2006 Sb. ve znění vyhlášky č. 62/2013 Sb.) zabývající se komplexní rekonstrukcí a vytvořením nástavby stávající budovy školního ubytovacího zařízení ve městě Bzenci. Zároveň dojde ke změně užívání stavby na nájemní dům s byty charakteru sociálního bydlení. V souvislosti s touto skutečností se navržená rekonstrukce snaží zachovat a využít stávající konstrukce v co největším rozsahu, s cílem nezbytně tak nenavyšovat náklady rekonstrukce stavby.
Optimisation of energy renovation of school buildings
Mocová, Pavla ; Kulhánek,, František (referee) ; Katunský,, Dušan (referee) ; Mohelníková, Jitka (advisor)
The dissertation thesis is focused on a methodology of optimal design energy renovation of school buildings. The thesis is focused on the analysis of selected school buildings during the last 100 years of construction in the first phase. At this phase, are found some important information, especially in terms of the energy performance of the building envelope and results of this parts. Last but not least, CO2 emissions were detected. In the next part of this work, one selected school is assessed in terms of the quality of the environment, due to the evaluation of microbial microclimate on building structures, CO2 concentration and daylight. CO2 concentration and classroom daylight is addressed both for the original and for the new state. Another point of this thesis is the appreciation of the size of the classrooms in the schools both in terms of typological principles and in terms of the average size of classrooms. The daylight assessment is performed on these selected sizes, which is a part of the "PaMo I" design tool. In the next phase of the dissertation was created the design tool "PaMo I". This tool solves the evaluation of the renovation of school buildings from the point of view of the thermal engineering in connection with the influence of the daylight illumination on the classrooms of the school buildings by the thickness of the insulation system and the replacement of the windows. Part of the design tool is also the financial quantification of the investment, the payback period and the impact on the environment of the individual variants. The choice of variant options has been used when making a design tool user decision. The result of this work is a design tool which will help in deciding and finding the optimal alternative to the energy renovation of a school building in connection with daylighting inside classrooms.
Residential Building
Bělíček, Radek ; Sláma, Ludvík (referee) ; Mohelníková, Jitka (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to elaborate the project documentation of residental building in the village Děrné. It is a building with three above-ground floors in which there are in total 4 apartments, one of them is accessible. The construction system is designed as masonry Porotherm system. Facade is insulated with a ventilated facade insulation system. The building is covered with a flat green roof. Part of the project documentation is also a basic assessment of the building in terms of building physics.
Guest House
Jančo, Ivan ; Sláma, Ludvík (referee) ; Mohelníková, Jitka (advisor)
The objective of the master´s thesis is design of the building in the Valtice city. The building is designed as single-detached dwelling. On the first floor are located wine cellar, sanitary facilities for guests and the staff, common areas and guest accommodation facilities. The second and third floor are designed for guest accommodation facilities and for a need of the staff. The wine cellar and one room unit are designed as a wheelchair accessible. External walls are made of Heluz Family 44 brickwork. Ceiling structure is made of reinforced concrete slabs. The supporting system is made of Porotherm 25 / 25 AKU SYM. The building is three-level house with flat roof and partly basement.
Hotel
Pernicová, Dominika ; Sláma, Ludvík (referee) ; Mohelníková, Jitka (advisor)
THIS MASTER´S THESIS DEALS WITH SOLVING THE PROJECT DOCUMENTATION FOR IMPLEMENTING A CONSTRUCTION. THIS MEANS DESIGNING BUILDINGS FOR TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATIONS AND HOTELS. THE NEW BUILDING IS INCLUDED IN THE TĚCHOV LAND REGISTRY. THE LAYOUT SHAPE IS ATYPICAL. THE LEFT PART IS SINGLE-STOREY, COVERED WITH A VEGETATION ROOF AND A ROOF WITH TERRACE. THE RIGHT, THREE-STOREY PART IS COVERED WITH A WARM FLAT ROOF. THE OBJECT IS MADE OF BRICKS, WITHOUT CELLAR, MADE OF CERAMIC BLOCKS. THE FLOOR STRUCTURES IS MADE OF PRESTRESSED HOLLOW CORE SLAB. THE PROJECT ALSO SOLVES THE RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT AND THE PARKING AREA.

National Repository of Grey Literature : 95 records found   1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.