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Survey of mortars of the Romanesque chapel in the tower of Landštejn Castle
Válek, Jan ; Skružná, Olga ; Kozlovcev, Petr ; Frankeová, Dita ; Svoboda, Milan ; Ševčík, Radek ; Kotková, Kristýna
Four samples of floor mortars and two samples of plasters were analysed as a part of the survey in the Romanesque chapel located in the tower at Landštejn Castle. The aim was to characterize used raw materials, determine their ratio, characterize the porosity of mortars and compare mortars sorted to different phases of construction.
Survey of the floor in the winter garden of the residence of the ambassador to the US
Válek, Jan ; Skružná, Olga ; Kozlovcev, Petr
On May 7, 2019, a survey was carried out in the winter garden of the Otto Petschek Villa, the\nresidence of the Ambassador to the USA. The aim was to clarify the distribution of metal reinforcements\nand other structural elements in the floor of the room. The survey was carried out in\ncooperation with the designer Ing. Zdeněk Rieger.
Non-destructive survey of the oldest part of the castle in Telč
Drdácký, Miloš ; Eisler, Marek ; Lesák, Jaroslav ; Válek, Jan ; Skružná, Olga
Recent archaeological findings discovered at an excavation in the southeastern section of the small courtyard of the old palace at the state castle in Telč sparked interest in further exploring hidden structures below ground and within the existing masonry. Therefore, a non-destructive survey of structures hidden beneath the current level of the courtyard using ground-penetrating radar was conducted, as was a survey of the masonry within the old walls of the palace using thermography.
Reconstruction of the Renaissance sand-coloured sgraffito based on the material copy
Válek, Jan ; Skružná, Olga ; Kozlovcev, Petr ; Waisserová, J. ; Wichterlová, Z. ; Jiroušek, Josef
The aim of the method is to provide a methodical design for the preparation of sand made sgraffito mortar and show its use on a specific example.
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Surveying of voids in masonry of tympanum of front façade of Národní Museum
Válek, Jan ; Skružná, Olga ; Frankl, Jiří
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) was used for non-destructive surveying of indoor brick masonry. After data evaluation size and positions of internal masonry voids were determined.\n\n
Analysis of new renders and masonry damaged by moisture and water-soluble salts
Válek, Jan ; Skružná, Olga ; Ševčík, Radek ; Frankeová, Dita ; Nunes, Cristiana Lara
Research report about the state of new renders of the building Obecní Dvůr, Prague 1. Very high concentration of nitrates in masonry was identified as the reason of their bad state.

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