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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.
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.
Family House with Parlor Světlá
Vondál, Pavel ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Novotný, Miloslav (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with the processing of project documentation for detached house with establishment. The building is situated on the outskirts of Světlá. The living area of the house is designed for permanent living of 4 people. The establishment is designed as hairdresser's. The house is connected to garage. Above the garage is flat roof with terrace function, above the living part is saddle roof. The house is two-storey with a partial basement. The bricked construction system is made of polished ceramic blocks Porotherm. Ceramic blocks are insulated with expanded polystyrene. The building is designed in slightly sloping terrain.
Family House Andovce
Tóth, Adrián ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Novotný, Miloslav (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is two-storey reinforced concrete basement house. The building plot is located in Andovce. The House is designed with the view of the location. The House will be used for living of a family of four members. The plan view of the House will be used for living of a family of four members. The plan view of the House is almost rectangular. The main entrance and the driveway to the House is at 1st floor level. The vertical walls are formed by a concret system with thermal insulation sheathed on both sides of wood chip boards. The ceiling structure is made of concrete beams. The detached house is covered with three shed roofs. The project was prepared by a computer program called Autocad.
Carpenter of Slaný
Cach, Ladislav ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Novotný, Miloslav (advisor)
The thesis theme is a carpentry production facility with the adjacent office building at Slané. The thesis deals about the proposal of the object with building and construction solutions of the building. The thesis includes a detialed solution of the exhaustion ventilation the technology part of the carpentry. In the office building there is a reception in the 1st floor and the exhibition spaces. The vertical communication in the building is solved by two-arm straight starcases, one in office building and the second in the annexe hall for the employes. The construction system of the hall is reinforced concrete prefabricated system with advanced prestressed girders. Office building is designed like a reinforced concrete monolithic frame. Buildings are divided by dilatation. The object is based on the footings which are connected to base thresholds. The rooftops of the objects are flat.
Efficiency Analysis of Mechanical Redevelopment Methods with a Focus to the Problems of Joints of Inserted Materials
Mizerová, Lenka ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Solař,, Jaroslav (referee) ; Beneš, Petr (advisor)
Parameters that characterizes quality internal building environment come forth these days. One of the main reasons for the choice of the topic of this thesis is to ensure the quality of the internal environment and well-being during the usage of the buildings. Prevention of the excessive wall dampness is one of the basic conditions of a healthy and quality building environment. The thesis verifies reliability and compares the efficiency of the selected damp-proof materials and its joints. The first part deals with the influences that are reasons for the dampness of the buildings, earmark of an interest area, introducing of the valid legislation focused on the building redevelopment, consideration and evaluation of the building constructions in light of the dampness. The next part of the thesis sets main and partial targets and consecutive steps leading to fulfilment of the targets. Selection of the appropriate redevelopment procedures, materials and joints of the selected materials selected for the experiment realization follows. As this area is relatively large, we selected mechanical redevelopment methods reaching the walls and three most commonly used materials and its joints within the framework of the selected methods. There are three main steps set in the thesis: preparation of the methodology and experiment realization, measurement optimization and measurement within the laboratory and on the real buildings, comparison and evaluation of the measured values. Experimental part of the thesis took place between the years 2008 - 2011. Experiment realization comprises of material acquisition, building of the test samples and application of the single redevelopment measures. The next step includes measurement on the individual samples on the fixed measuring points. Measurements are evaluated through the mathematical statistical methods. Efficiency of the particular materials are compared and evaluated.
Multifunctional building
Polický, Jan ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Novotný, Miloslav (advisor)
Project solves seven-storey building with basement in urban area. Object mainly consists of building and private parking area. Functionally, the building is divided into parts for commercial, administrative and housing. The shape of the building is terraced with flat roof. Structural systém is a frame with locally supported ceilings founded on reinforced concrete slab supported by piles. The building envelope is partly of ceramics blocks, concrete wtih ETICS and curtain wall. The aim of project is to create documentation for realization based on building physics solution.
Reconstruction of historic building
Strnadová, Ludmila ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Novotný, Miloslav (advisor)
In my diploma thesis deals with the reconstruction of the parish. Unused areas of the building will serve as a day care center, lounge, apartments and offices for priests. Fara, which I have chosen is located in the Pardubice region in the spa town of Lázně Bohdaneč. Fara is located northeast of the local church, which is situated in the center square. This is a two-storeyed building with attic space. The roof is hipped with a stencil asbestos cement roofing.
Multifunctional houses in Řečkovice
Půtová, Lucie ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Novotný, Miloslav (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on the design of a new construction of a multifunctional building in Řečkovice. The construction consists of two separate blocks connected by a basement storey with common garages. Each block has three above-ground storeys. On the first basement storey there are garages and technical facilities. On the above-ground storeys there are commercial units with own entrances from the exterior and own sanitation facilities. Furthermore there are flats of varying sizes: from single-room flats with a kitchenette to four-room flats with a kitchenette. One of the flats has been designed as adaptable (wheelchair accessible). All the flats have a recessed balcony or a terrace facing southwest. The construction is built on shallow foundation constructions. The first basement storey is from monolithic reinforced concrete. The above-ground storeys are built from Kalksandstein sand-lime blocks. The exterior walls are insulated with a contact thermal insulation system. The construction is covered by flat roofs.
The impact of inner shielding on the thermal stability of room
Kantor, Robert ; Tichomirov, Vladimír (referee) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
This thesis deals with internal shading devices and their influence on the thermal stability of the room. Furthermore, compares the differences in the behavior of different materials. Finally, compares the measured values with the computational models.

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