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Impact of injection on mechanical and physical characteristics of mortar
Fridrich, Pavel ; Myslín, Jiří (referee) ; Tomíček,, Oldřich (referee) ; Klečka,, Tomáš (referee) ; Tuza, Karel (advisor)
The increased moisture of the building materials causes the change of its mechanical and physical characteristic. In particular the high amount of loose water in construction shorten the lifetime of the building, is harmful to human beings due to biotic factors and increase the economic expenses of usage of the building. Apart from the costs of rehabilitation the loose water deteriorates the thermal insulative ability (thermal conductivity coefficient ) of perimeter masonry as well. The moisture gets into masonry not only through its deffects but also due to many different reasons. In order to improve the utility value of the buildings we have to deal with the rehabilitation of damp masonry with view to all possible causes. Only the properly working damp proofing ensures the protection against the water leaking from the subfoundation of the building. One of the direct techniques which have undergone rapid progress in last few years is the injection procedure. With use of experimental methods in my dissertation I deal with evaluation of two injection compounds used in Czech Republic and with its impact on the characteristics of the mortar. With the modern hollow bricks (system THERM) it is possible to create horizontal infusion into the lateral mortar grooves in future.
Disposal of Biotic Pests by EMW Radiation
Sobotka, Jindřich ; Klečka,, Tomáš (referee) ; Myslín, Jiří (referee) ; Tomíček,, Oldřich (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The possibility of using high-frequency electromagnetic radiation in the construction sector is a common knowledge. Various experiments have been carried out to dry construction materials, or even to destroy biotic pests. However, the majority of these experiments have been executed in laboratory conditions. It means they have been carried out under exact limiting conditions, often very far off those conditions in real building practice. Therefore, this dissertation aims at exploring the possibility of utilizing microwave technology in drying and heating of construction materials, in disposing of biotic pests and sterilizing building materials under real conditions in building practice. The thesis will explain that microwaves are a term given to a part of electromagnetic radiation. Electromagnetic radiation is based on the principle that the radiated energy is absorbed by water molecules present in moist building material. In the mass of the irradiated material, the radiated energy is transformed into thermal energy, where a so-called “motion” of water molecules occurs with the energy then being transformed into kinetic energy. The microwave technology itself offers a very wide range of use, which can be easily achieved, thus making the technology available to use in the future. Part of the experiments and the necessary measurements, too, has been carried out on selected types of building materials in the premises of the Faculty of Civil Engineering of Brno University of Technology. They have been executed under conditions which most closely correspond to the conditions in real buildings. Part of the experiments and the necessary measurements were carried out on particular constructions, by the so-called in situ method. As stated in the conclusion of the dissertation, laboratory measurements and the in situ measurements differ considerably in some cases.
Optimizing the design modern low energy timber structures
Bečkovská, Tereza ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Myslín, Jiří (referee) ; Vávra,, Roman (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
This Doctoral thesis is focused on optimizing the design of modern wooden structures. Because this theme is very comprehensive, the work analyzes the distribution of moisture through the building envelope in detail. In the introduction are summarizes the knowledge of the physical processes in the constructions, there are also the properties of wood as a material and basic information about system of timber structures. The next section describes used methodology and experimental measurements realized on an experimental timber house EXDR1. There is specified the principle of measurement based on the SWOT analysis, the use measuring devices or possible solutions in the field of numerical modeling too. Main results and conclusions of the dissertation for technical practice including possibilities of further research are summarized in the final section.
Winery Sekt Jan Petrák
Zrníková, Kamila ; Myslín, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
Based on the architectural study of AG33 studio, this bachelor’s thesis on theme of family winery Sekt Jan Petrák was created. The bachelor thesis develops the architectural study up to the Building permit documentation and Documentation for execution of the project. The plot is situated in the centre of Kobylí, in the South Moravia Region. There is currently located a terraced house and an production building which does not suit current demands of the owners for housing nor for production of wine and sparkling wine. The requirement was to create a new house and production building with preservation and utilization of the existing production building, as well as appropriately placed product shop and tasting space. The mass solution of my design is based on the original terraced houses with gutters to street of South Moravia. The house continues to existing buildings in size and shape of the roof. By contrast, the public part of production building is turned gable wall to the street, and combination with courtyard entry closes the line on terraced houses and continues in looser buildings. In addition to the modification of the traditional housing type, the new entrance elements are morphology of windows and hidden gutters. The gable wall of the public part is glass fronted and creates dominant, easily identifiable element in the street view. Materials are chosen simple and clean, with reference to the production function of the building. White plaster, exposed brick, black tile roofing and zinc coated façade elements and flashing are predominant.
Nemčička Winery Center - Industrial buildings
Otáhal, Miloslav ; Myslín, Jiří (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Sobotka, Jindřich (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor’s thesis is a design of new-build winemaking center in Němčičky situated on the cadastral territory Němčičky u Hustopečí. The goal of this work is to create an architectural and urban conception, which will be an attraction for both local and distant winemakers. Due to the surrounding landscape the building is designed as inconspicuous and the purpose is to rather blend in with the landscape than to subdue it. For this reason the object SO 01 (the winemaking center) has a façade made of mirror panels Ruukki in which the surrounding vineyards should reflect. The opposite is the object SO 02 (the lookout tower) which creates landscape dominance.
Nytrová, Bohdana ; Dvořák, Martin (referee) ; Myslín, Jiří (advisor) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis designs new buildings of the Lahofer Winery in Dobšice u Znojma. It is based on a study carried out in the studio AG32. The complex will consist of production line and warehouses with the overall production of 1.000.000 bottles a year, altogether with a public and administration building where the wine will be exhibited. The building plot is located on the eastern edge of the land registered area of the nearby village Suchohrdly. The plot is undeveloped agricultural land full of vineyards, arable land and gardens. The ground plan is the most profound part of the design. The circumference of the building symbolizes a wine grape or wood-shavings which refer to a famous woodcarver Jan Lahofer whose name the winery carries. The many atriums create half-enclosed space protected from the wind and serve as handling areas of the production; a terrace or an attractive entrance. The building consists of four successive matters on two levels. The production is placed in three of them. It creates a circle on a single level so that there is a need for only one entrance to the handling area. The public part of the structure is located on a separate level perched on the slope above. It is predominantly made up of showrooms and restaurants. The accommodation units for guests and employees can also be found here. The building is made of a steel framed structure with a hanging facade and a flat roof. The massiveness is softened by the glass facade in the atrium and other glass parts - some of which are as tall as the building itself.
Winery Sekt Jan Petrák
Mydlár, Lukáš ; Myslín, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Kalousek, Miloš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis extends the study created in the summer semester 2016 to the level of Building permit documentation and Documentation for execution of the project. The study was created in the subject AG 33 Ateliér architektonické tvorby. The theme of the thesis is the design of the Vinárství Sekt Jan Petrák in Kobylí na Morave. The designed development includes one separated barrier-free apartment, two accommodation units for short-term accommodation, a space for the production of sparkling wine and a rooms for sale and tasting of a sparkling wine. The area, in which the vinery is located, is characterized by a compact type L development. Surrounding objects are mostly single-storey with a saddle roof facing towards the street. Winery land is easily available from main roads. It is on a flat terrain, with a slope opposite communications. The main idea of the design was to create an environment, that meets the requirements for different situations occurring in family winery. The location of the building on the plot sensitively respects the character of the surrounding development. The mass of the object is created by merging the classical shape with the neoplasm. The exterior staircase, surrounding the well, acts as a dividing element of the public and private part of the yard.
Husková, Martina ; Dýr, Petr (referee) ; Myslín, Jiří (advisor) ; Bantová, Sylva (advisor)
The subject of my bachelor thesis is a further elaboration of an architectural study on student housing in Brno. Buildings are designed in a U shape, with 2 main buildings on the sides, connected with a central smaller object in the front. They create a a semi-public space in-between. The main function is housing, although there is some commercial space offered on the ground floor. The main goal was to design a building that will provide comfortable space for studying and also social life.
SEKT Winery Jan Petrák, Kobylí
Boháčová, Denisa ; Myslín, Jiří (referee) ; Myslín, Jiří (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Donaťáková, Dagmar (advisor)
The theme of the project is the design of Jan Petrák winery in Kobylí. Currently there is a family house with a backyard where is also situated an agricultural building for the production of sparkling wines. The house is semi-detached, connected to the neighbouring house by its southeastern wall/part. The establishment consists of two floors and no basement, it has a regular shape and is topped with a saddle roof. Its attributes correspond to those of the surrounding family houses. The color of the facade of the building is white and is combined with wooden slats that are used as a shield and ensure privacy. The agricultural building is designed as a low green-roofed building with photovoltaic panels. The establishment itself will be solved as a reconstruction using the existing walls. The aim was to make the courtyard as light as possible, while also creating a shelter that enables work in bad weather. There are three parking slots in the courtyard, one of which is parking space for the disabled. Further, there are hidden waste bins for sorted waste and an access to the garden and to the agricultural production facility. The construction of a family house with a wine cellar and wine tasting is divided into three functional units in terms of the layout solution: on a private, public, and operational/service unit. The public unit serves for the visiting customers as a place where they can taste and buy the sparkling wines. The public part of the family house is designed as barrier-free. The private part consists of a family home and an office. The operating unit consists of a technical room and a bonded warehouse. The customs warehouse is used to preserve finished wine sects without requiring immediate payment of customs debt.
Building of Current Railway Station in Brno
Kalvoda, Vít ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Myslín, Jiří (advisor) ; Novotný, Miloslav (advisor)
The present Bachelor´s thesis is based on the project carried out as an architectural design studio´s project of the 4th semester of Bachelor´s degree. The assigned task concerned a reconstruction of a historical building currently used as the main railway station of Brno city. The project deals with reconstruction and possible new uses of the building in case that a current railway station should be moved about 800 meters to the south (the new position of the railway station might be decided by the Ministry of transport of the Czech Republic depending on feasibility studies in near future). The project aims to show new possibilities of use for the historical building (after the railway station being moved) as well as to find an easier access to surrounding area for pedestrians coming from the city centre and heading to the South. So the project considers the demolition of the building wing nearest to the Post Office (building). In this way, a new passage for pedestrians could be opened at the same time a new optical connection would be created. On the part of the demolished wing ground plan a new high-rise building with a panoramatic terrace and commercial use would be erected. It would also serve as a landmark. Further the tower of the historical building, destroyed in the World War II. would be newly reconstructed. The old passage along the front of the west wing would be demolished and a new one build. Eventually the remains of the west wall would be reconstructed after demolition. Even if these extentions and changes are carried out in modern design, the historical values of the building and its genius loci would be respected. In the area of the former railyard, a park would be created which is desperately needed in this part of the city. The weelchair access is planed across the park heading from the city centre towards the bridge at the level of second floor of Tesco and NG Vaňkovka. There would be also a parking lot for about 700 cars below the park.

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