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PCM-based heat and cold storage
Němec, Lukáš ; Ostrý, Milan (referee) ; Šikula, Ondřej (advisor)
In the first part of the bachelor thesis I will deal with the accumulation of heat and cold using materials with phase change and also the design of a PCM storage tank. The aim of my effort is to design the most ideal spacing of tubes in a given tank, so as to achieve the greatest possible heat capacity. I performed simulation experiments in CalA 4.0. The second part is computational, where I focus on the design of heating in the pension. I solve heating with an air-to-water heat pump. I designed solar collectors for hot water heating. The last and third part is the project, which contains the project documentation together with the technical report.
Energy passive kindergarten
Zelenka, Tomáš ; Kalánek, Jiří (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is a design of a kindergarten in a passive standard standing on a plot situated in the center of Fulnek. The building has two floors and the first floor is embedded in the terrain. The vertical load-bearing structures consist of sand-lime masonry with a contact thermal insulation system. The building is based on foundation strips due to the type of subsoil. The roofing is then solved by a single-layer flat roof with a vegetation layer.
Energy passive guesthouse
Štukavec, Václav ; Kalánek, Jiří (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
The subject of my diploma thesis is the elaboration of an architectural study and project documentation for the construction of a detached house building. The new building is located on the outskirts of slavkov, in the district of Opava. It is a three-storey non-cellar building with vertical structures in the Porotherm system, monolithic reinforced concrete ceilings and a single-skin flat roof, vegetation. Ten apartments and four separate rooms are designed in the building and wellness is designed in the first floor.
Municipality Leopoldov
Prosnanová, Dominika ; Kalánek, Jiří (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
The goal of my master‘s thesis is to project a municipality with an attached library in the town Leopoldov. The municipality building has two aboveground floors and the library is designed as a single-floor structure. Both are designed to be barrier-free. The construction system is made out of limestone-sand blocks. The ceilings are mostly made out of prestressed ceiling panels, except for the first floor of the municipality, where the prestressed panel ceiling is combined with monolithic ceiling plates made out of reinforced concrete. The roof of the library is projected as a green roof with a terrace and the municipality has a flat deck roof with river gravel.
Environmental Assessment of Residential Building Renovations
Struhala, Karel ; Ostrý, Milan (referee) ; Lupíšek,, Antonín (referee) ; Košíčková, Ivana (advisor)
One of the methods utilized for quantification of environmental impacts of human activities is Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA). This dissertation applies the method on renovations of residential buildings in the Czech Republic. The reason is high potential for environmental savings in existing building stock and lack of such works in the Czech conditions. Therefore the dissertation deals with LCA of building renovations to increase the knowledge in this field. Moreover it also questions and evaluates accuracy of building LCA in general to increase understanding of differences and inaccuracies that are often admitted, but seldom analysed in literature. The dissertation includes five LCAs of two case studies: a block-of-flats in Brno and a terraced house in a nearby village. First case study includes LCAs of the original state and renovation of the block-of-flats. The second case study describes LCAs of the original state, partial reconstruction or demolition and new construction of the terraced house. The LCAs are performed in two software tools: Eco-Bat 4.0 and GaBi 4. Detailed models of the evaluated buildings are based on available designs. Environmental impacts are calculated in four impact categories predefined in Eco-Bat 4.0 to enable comparison of results: Ecological Scarcity, Cumulative Energy Demand (or Primary Energy in GaBi 4), Non-Renewable Energy and Global Warming Potential. The accuracy of the performed LCAs is tested in up to 324 different scenario combinations considering variable service life of building materials, construction waste quantities, waste management and transport distances. Generally, the results confirm environmental efficiency of building renovations. The renovation of block-of-flats results in 17.39% average reduction of total environmental impacts. Demolition and new construction of the terraced house result in 76.83% average savings. However, the variation of results is rather high due to tested scenario combinations: up to 56.06%.
Residence Sofie
Rajchl, Filip ; Kalánek, Jiří (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design of the apartment house called Residence Sofie in Luhačovice (district Zlín). It is a five-storey building located in the center of the city on a planar terrain. The building consists of one underground and four above ground floors. In total there are 8 dwelling units, commercial premises and 6 garages. In the underground floor there is facilities for technical equipment of the building and storage. The ground floor consists mainly of garages and commercial premises. On the second floor there are 4 dwelling units and in the third and fourth 2 dwelling units. The object is designed from the longitudinal structural system of ceramic hollow blocks. The ceilings are část-in-place reinforced concrete and the roof is two-shed make of wooden trusses. The thesis contains design documentation for the implementation of the building.
Extension of Elementary School
Kuchařík, David ; Kalánek, Jiří (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
The thesis is focused on the design and elaboration of the project documentation of the extension of the elementary school, which is located in Starý Plzenec. The documentation contains requirements according to valid regulations. The proposal is based on the investor's request, which was published as part of the architectural competition announcement. A new building with 1 underground and 3 floors, forming the Y-shaped ground plan, is located on a slightly sloping terrain. In the building there are cloakrooms, kitchen, dining room, 4 main and 4 professional classrooms and hygienic and technical background. The project proposes a slight modification of the existing building. This proposal solves the barrier-free accessibility of both buildings, except for the attic classroom of the existing building. The project also counts from the second construction phase, the construction of a sports hall on the schools premises, which is still not dealt with. In proposal is a new main entrance to the building from the southern side. The support system is wall-mounted. The perimeter walls are made of monolithic concrete connected to concrete monolithic horizontal bearing structures. The inner bearing walls are made of ceramic blocks. The building is covered with a single-layer flat roof with a vegetation layer. The thermal insulation of the building is solved by a thermal insulation system with a ventilated facade. Fire safety, energy saving and thermal protection are provided.
Office building in Prague
Ignatyeva, Anastasia ; Kalánek, Jiří (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
The content of the diploma thesis is the elaboration of the project documentation for the construction of the administrative building. The building is designed in Prague Holešovice. The administrative building is part of the complexes of three administrative buildings with two common underground floors, which have technical premises and a parking space. On the above floors there are office and commercial premises. The construction system of the building is a reinforced concrete monolithic skeleton. As cladding was used glass facade. The roof of the building is flat.
Assessment of natural and recycled materials in buildings
Stránská, Zuzana ; Ostrý, Milan (referee) ; Lupíšek,, Antonín (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA) is an analytic method for evaluation of environmental impacts of products, services and technologies. It is associated with all the stages of a product's life. The environmental impacts are evaluated on the basis of material and energetic flows, which are in influence with the environment. These impacts are always determined in the relation with the function of the product or the service and so it is possible to compare them with the other alternatives. One of the most important reasons why I have chosen this dissertation thesis subject was the growing public interest in impacts of the building constructions on the environment and human organism. Only a few experts and scientific research centres deal with the problem of environmental impacts of the buildings in the Czech Republic so the main goal of this thesis is to help with a spreading a knowledge about it. There are four main problems to solve in the thesis: determination of environmental impacts of selected materials which are missing in available databases, creation of life cycle models of evaluated buildings, determining the most appropriate functional unit and determining the contents of the recommended LCA protocol for building analysis. In the first phase of the thesis there was built a detailed life cycle model of the reference building on the basis of available documents and databases. This "cradle to cradle" LCA model was then optimized for a large number of life cycle scenarios to determine the significance of the impact of individual variables on the overall environmental impact of the building. The knowledge gained from this analysis was applied to the lifecycle models of other buildings and then there was assembled the recommended form of the LCA protocol. In the final stage, the results of the environmental impacts were quantified on the different functional units which were used for determining the appropriate form.
Dwelling house Kociánka
Zelenka, Tomáš ; Kalánek, Jiří (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the design of an apartment house with eight flats standing alone on the plot, which is situated in the brno-sadová district. The building is five-storey, with one underground floor with garages and four above-ground floors. The vertical load-bearing structures are sand-lime masonry fitted with a contact heating system. The object is based on CFA piled and base plate relative to the subsoil type. Roofing is then solved by a double-skinned flat roof with a ventilated air gap

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