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Indoor swimming pool - concrete tank construction
Pőthe, Péter ; Pulec, Vladimír (referee) ; Perla, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis was to design reinforced concrete construction of the indoor swimming pool and ensure impermeability of the construction, to ensure behavior as concrete tank construction. Static analysis was done by using program Dlubal RFEM 5.12, where interaction of subsoil with construction was taken into account. Slabs around the swimming pool area were divided into expansion section because of temperature changes from glass façade an after that the sealing of expansion gap was solved. Construction system under the swimming was designed and was tested the behavior of walls and slabs. Analysis was done also to considerate of hydration heat. The drawing was done by software CADKON RCD.
Concrete substructure of the administrative building
Neuschl, Marcel ; Pulec, Vladimír (referee) ; Perla, Jan (advisor)
The theme of this diploma thesis is the design and assessment of a part of the underground load-bearing structure of the administrative center according to the source material. Emphasis is placed on the design, taking into account the waterproofness of the construction, the so-called white tank. This is ensured by the correct design of the concrete construction of the foundation slab and walls, taking into account the constructional details of the day and expansion joints, the concrete composition and the construction process.
Design of reinforced concrete structure with respect to fire resistance requirements
Pivodová, Alena ; Klodner, Jan (referee) ; Perla, Jan (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with an analysis of internal forces of B4 reinforced construction of an office building. Analysis takes into account interaction with subsoil and when designing structural parts of the building, different requirements for fire resistance of a structure are taken into account. A Dlubal RFEM 5.17 program was used for finite element analysis, and model functionality verification was performer by using a summation of moments method. The thesis deals with the design and assessment of a point-supported slab, column, inner and external walls.
Alternative design of the precast reinforced concrete frame of the production hall
Konečný, Michal ; Švaříčková, Ivana (referee) ; Perla, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to design a load-bearing precast concrete structure of production facility. Part of the diploma thesis is to design alternative roofing construction including economic comparison. Internal forces analysis was processed by Dlubal RFEM 5.16 software. In order to find out the expected results, were created simple bar models and the spatial model of the structure was processed later. Structural design report was created for selected elements of the concrete structure including drawings.
Concrete flat slab supported by columns
Turek, Jan ; Požár, Michal (referee) ; Perla, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with design of concrete flat slab of hospital building. The slab above the ground floor was designed. Internal forces were analysed with RFEM software based on finite entity method. Results were proved by the Direct Design Method and Equivalent Frame Method. The structural assessment was performed according to ultimate and serviceability limit states.
Cast-in-plase concrete member of multi-storey structures
Vařecha, Daniel ; Perla, Jan (referee) ; Strnad, Jiří (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is focused on the design and assessment of the supporting parts of the multi-story monolithic building of Větřní paper mill. Part of the thesis is accompanying report for static calculation and technical report on construction, visualization, static calculation and drawing documentation of shapes and reinforcement. Calculation of internal forces in the building was done in SCIA Engineer 17.1 software.
Multifunctional Object - Analysis of Selected Parts
Martinek, Ivo ; Perla, Jan (referee) ; Švaříčková, Ivana (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with a structural analysis of a selected reinforced concrete structure part. The load-bearing frame and slab are both designed in the same way as simple two-dimensional models. Dead and live loads are taken into consideration following the exact project instructions. A finite element analysis software is then used for modelling and structural analysis and some internal forces are later verified using hand calculation. The final part of this thesis deals with reinforcement designing and structural drawings.
Static design of building for accommodation
Jirčík, Jakub ; Perla, Jan (referee) ; Požár, Michal (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is static design of monolithic reinforced concrete beam and reinforced concrete columns of the third floor of the hostel in Rokycany. Element design is done using Scia Engineer and the control is done manually. The design was followed according to valid European standards ČSN EN 1992-1-1 and ČSN 73 1201. The result of this work is static design of reinforcement of reinforced concrete beam and column and drawing documentation.
Concrete flat slab supported by columns
Achillesová, Jana ; Strnad, Jiří (referee) ; Perla, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to find out the internal forces on the point-supported reinforced concrete flat slab that is located above the underground garages of the department store. The methods used for the analysis were moment coefficient method, replacement frame method and Finite Element Method in the Dlubal RFEM program. Draft and appraisal of one column are also part of the thesis.
The concrete structure of a high office building
Skuhravý, František ; Pulec, Vladimír (referee) ; Perla, Jan (advisor)
Aim of The Diploma Thesis was to design load-bearing structure of a multi-storey reinforced concrete building, to realize structural analysis in Dlubal-RFEM software and dimension its selected parts. Designed structure is based on already erected building in office edifices campus in Brno-Slatina district. Its original number of storeys was increased from ten to nineteen, so the specific problems connected to high-rise building designing could be solved. Time dependent deformations of vertical structures were analysed in detail, so the changes in load of horizontal elements could be described more precisely, because of its direct dependence on compression of the columns. Within the paper, foundation structure dimensions were designed, assessment and design of composite columns assembly were made, as well of floor slab in 2nd floor with column deformations impact check on the 17th floor. Also, the external walls, pillars and shear core walls were designed and assessed. Formwork drawing of designed structure parts and detailed drawing of reinforcement of assessed elements were elaborated. Based on Diploma Thesis results it can be stated, that if influence of nonuniform load of vertical structures within the high-rise building designing is neglected, consequent project would presumably be uneconomic, or dangerous after an optimization attempts.

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