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Short-term rainfall for hydrological modeling and design of small water management structures in the landscape
Kavka, P. ; Müller, Miloslav ; Strouhal, L. ; Kašpar, Marek ; Bližňák, Vojtěch ; Landa, M. ; Weyskrabová, L. ; Pavel, M. ; Dostál, T.
The aim of this methodology is to reduce the current knowledge deficit in the field of short-term rainfall variability and its application in hydrological modeling and design of small water structures and conservation measures within the catchment. The methodology defines six generalized short-term rainfall scenarios with specific temporal distribution of rainfall intensity. Next their variability related to their occurence frequency and spatial distribution accross Czech Republic is presented. These scenarios were derived from the 10-years time series of radar rainfall measurements adjusted with the daily totals from ground gauging network.
Analysis of water prices in relation to the financing of rehabilitation of infrastructure
Pavel, Marek ; Netušil, Lukáš (referee) ; Kučera, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis deals with the water price in relation to the costs of rebuilding of water infrastructure in use. Although the price of water has been very much discussed in the last few years, but mainly in terms of profits. This paper describes the method by which, when using data from property and operating records, it is calculated how much of the gained money should be deferred each year. This amount is for both the whole company and each municipality. As part of this work, I evaluated six water companies and compared the results to each other.
Relations between Czechoslovak and Dutch architectural avant-gardes in the first half of the 20th century and the role of Congrès International d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM) in these relations
Pavel, Miroslav ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee) ; Hoftichová, Petra (referee)
This thesis compares the development of the Czechoslovak and Dutch architectural avant-gardes from the end of the 19th century until the first half of the 20th century. The impact of Dutch architecture on Czechoslovak architecture has never been denied but on the other hand it has never been clearly documented. This thesis studies the work and life of architects selected according to their artistic and social contribution to Czechoslovak- Dutch relations. It reconstructs the web of interconnections between the countries by using findings and information obtained during the research. The Congrès International d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM) has a prominent role in these developments. CIAM represents an international architectural discussion platform for all European avant- gardes. Although there existed cooperation between Czechoslovak and Dutch groups for several years, the mutual relation between the groups weakened after both of them had joined the CIAM. This thesis describes not only the mutual interactions but also explains the reason of their vanishing. The development of architecture is analyzed in the context of a historical framework encompassing several critical milestones of our history. Social, ecological, political and cultural determinants, which are presented on the basis of the...
Development of Czech and Dutch architecture in the first half of the 20th century and their liaison
Pavel, Miroslav ; Hoftichová, Petra (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
Title: Development of Czech and Dutch architectures in the first half of the 20th century and their liaison Author: Miroslav Pavel Department: Department of Cultural Studies Supervisor: PhDr. Petra Hoftichová Abstract: This master thesis deals with comparison between the development of Czech and Dutch architectures and with a search for their liaison in the first half of the 20th century. The research is primarily focused on particular representatives of architecture, on their work and subsequently on responses to them abroad. The development of architecture is seen in the context of a historical framework which consists of the critical milestones of our history. Social, ecological, political and cultural determinants, which are presented on the basis of the historical framework, affect architecture as a material expression and a tangible artefact of a particular society. The research is represented by two seemingly self-contained evolutionary lines of Czechoslovak and Dutch achitectures. The evolutionary lines are connected by the personages of Czech or Dutch architecture or by the leaders of European avant-garde. Description of the avant-garde art associations and societies, which are the prime movers and innovators, constitute a significant part of this work. A notional shared peak of Czechoslovak and...
Sports and Relaxation Center in Moravany
Pavel, Michal ; Blažek, Petr (referee) ; Fišarová, Zuzana (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the construction of Sport and relaxation center in Moravany. The building is divided into three objects. The first object is Bowling & Billiard Bar. The object is single-storey with no basement, flat roof and a total built area of 602,30 square meters. The second object is Technical and operational support + Fitness. The object has two floors, no basement, flat roof and a total built area of 757,40 square meters. The third object is Restaurant. The object is single-storey with no basement, flat roof and a total built area of 602,30 square meters. The building is designed in Porotherm constructional system. Ceiling structure is designed as a monolithic concrete slab. The roof system consists of wood glued laminated beams, purlins and rafters of solid wood. The slope of the roof plane is 3 %.
Concept for Development of Personnel Management in a Company
Zahálková, Hana ; Ing .Pavel Slabik, MBA (referee) ; Konečná, Zdeňka (advisor)
This master’s thesis “Development of HR management in the company” analyses a way of a management of human resources in a middle sized company, which produces and distributes fibreglass. The goal is to identify a current status and propose corrective measures, which will lead to the improvement in human resource area. By that, company should improve their efficiency, economy and future growth.
Designing of the Objects for the Groundwater Captation
Pavel, Marek ; Krejsová, Věra (referee) ; Kučera, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with stuff connected with designing groundwater extracting. First part is focusing on history and possible ways how to do it including other problems which goes with this topic. This part talks about laws and codes that is need to know. Second part continues with more practical side. It means drilling, what technology to choose and some example how to design a well.
Detached House with Two Flats in Kanice
Pavel, Michal ; Blažek, Petr (referee) ; Fišarová, Zuzana (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with a design of a detached house which includes two mutually unconnected apartments. The property is situated on the edge of the town called Kanice, district Brno-venkov. The house is intended for a 4-member family and two grandparents, one of them is wheelchair. For this reason the first apartments is solved like wheelchair accessible. The building has no basement. First apartment has one floor and the second one has two floors. The building is designed to be built from the construction system POROTHERM. The construction of the ceiling is designed from POT beams and brick ceiling inserts MIAKO. The construction of the roof is made of two girder roofs with incline of 7°.
Immigration politics in the Czech Republic and in the chosen countries of the European Union
PAVEL, Paula-Mirabela
The aim of this work is to show very big and strong phenomenon which dramatically influence the economic and social situation of the advanced countries, the immigration. A very great number of immigrants arrive from abroad to these countries for different reasons. The immigrants came to Western Europe after Second World War for a better life. But Czech Republic as a former socialistic state has other experience with immigrants. Earlier the government decided who should work or study on the territory of Czech Republic. These foreigners were actually from other socialistic countries. After the disintegration of communism in 1989, Czech Republic accorded favorable working conditions and the government realized that it is necessary to have good laws to control the legal and illegal arrival of immigrants and their rights and obligations. Denmark never had any experience with communism and immigrants from Turkey in the sixties were welcomed. Romanian situation is different. There is still lack of working stations, that{\crq}s why there are not many immigrants.

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