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Experimental and finite element analysis of composite gun barrels
Mochar, Dominik ; Trnka, Jan ; Chlada, Milan ; Valeš, František ; Gabriel, Dušan ; Červ, Jan ; Vtípil, J.
In this work experimental and numerical investigation of composite gun barrels was studied. The history of the stress-induced deformations located at the center of gun barrels on the outer surface generated by impact loading was measured for six types of barrels. The obtained signals were subsequently evaluated using wavelet transformation. Finally, the finite element analysis in Abaqus and MARC software for optimum composite material M46J was performed.
Lobbying of non-governmental organizations in the free legal assistance law-making process
Wünschová, Anna ; Valeš, František (advisor) ; Deverová, Lenka (referee)
The master thesis is focused on the case of lobbying of non-governmental organizations in the free legal assistance law-making process. In the first part we can find definitions of lobbying and its actors, further the categories of resources, techniques and lobbying function. A part of the thesis summarizes the problematic points of the free legal assistance law, the situation of the issue before the start of lobbying by organizations and proposed problem solutions. In the chapter of the conceptual framework presents the thesis some of the civil society theories on the function of non-governmental non-profit organizations representing the interests of citizens and the models of partnerships between the civil sector and the state. The case study analyzes lobbying activities of the non-profit organizations in the free legal assistance law-making process and the reasons for his unsuccessful result.
Experimental and finite element analysis of composite gun barrels
Mochar, Dominik ; Gabriel, Dušan ; Trnka, Jan ; Chlada, Milan ; Valeš, František ; Masák, Jan
In this work experimental and numerical investigation of composite gun barrels was studied. The history of the stress-induced deformations located at the center of gun barrels on the outer surface generated by impact loading was measured for six types of barrels. The obtained signals were subsequently evaluated using wavelet transformation. Finally, the finite element analysis in Abaqus and MARC software for optimum composite material M46J was performed.\n\n
A short wave limit of the frequency equation for plane-stress nonaxisymmetric disc motions
Červ, Jan ; Valeš, František ; Adámek, V.
It is proved that the general frequency equation for plane-stress nonaxisymmetric disc motions tends for the first mode of propagation and for wavelengths very short when compared with the disc radius to the secular equation for Rayleigh waves.
The Cooperation of the State and NGOs on the MEDEVAC program
Šindlerová, Markéta ; Valeš, František (advisor) ; Deverová, Lenka (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on the possible cooperation between the state and NGOs on the program of medical evacuation MEDEVAC during last three years. The aim of this study is to bring a coherent view on the MEDEVAC program and mainly to look into a relation between the state and NGOs which provide services to the state so they play irreplaceable role in this interaction, all through the analysis of interview with particular representatives. The discovered findings from the research and evaluated achieved aims are placed in the conclusion of the thesis.
The Cooperation of the State and NGOs on the MEDEVAC / Ukraine Program in 2014
Šindlerová, Markéta ; Valeš, František (advisor) ; Benyovszky, Selma (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on the possible cooperation between the state and NGOs on the program of medical evacuation MEDEVAC during the Ukrainian conflict in 2014. The aim of this study is to bring a coherent view on the MEDEVAC program and mainly to look into a relation between the state and NGOs which provide services to the state so they play irreplaceable role in this interaction, all through the analysis of interview with particular representatives. The study also focuses on the motivation, which both parties are entering into the relation, and advantages which the collaboration brings. The discovered findings from the research and evaluated achieved aims are placed in the conclusion of the thesis.
Integration of Russian-speaking Mothers Through Czech Civil Society
Kočnarová, Markéta ; Valeš, František (advisor) ; Muhič Dizdarevič, Selma (referee)
The thesis maps the ways of participation of Russian-speaking mothers on the Czech civil society. By means of in-depth interviews I learn what factors are required for the integration of the migrants and what make the integration difficult. I focus on fulfillment of the need of belonging to Czech civil society in the context of all other needs. The sense of belonging is specific for women because of their gender-dependent family role - a woman takes care of children and comes more often to contact with Czech society through them. She also assumes the role of a protector of the original culture and mother tongue. I study the influence of the ethnic identity of mothers on the integration of their children into the new environment and the role of the mothers in the upbringing of a new citizen. I also study whether the migrants need services of Czech and migrant non-profit organizations for their participation on Czech civil society, or whether they use help of their countrymen. Keywords: Integration, participation, civil society, Russian-speking migrant mother, sense of belonging, identity
Mentoring of ex-offenders as an example of social innovation in the Czech Republic
Trnková, Lydie ; Valeš, František (advisor) ; Muhič Dizdarevič, Selma (referee)
The concept of social innovation is increasingly becoming a subject of interest particularly due to the challenges associated with the crisis of the welfare state. The high rate of ex- offending is an example of a current challenge and mentoring is a social innovation which seeks to take up this challenge. The main goal of this thesis is to interrogate the process of social innovation using mentoring of ex-offenders as an example and to explore mentoring and its implementation within the Czech Republic. The theory of the process of social innovation, as documented in the overseas literature, guided the extensive research conducted in Czech non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that provide mentoring approach. The empirical part of this thesis provides a valuable insight into the process of social innovation from NGO perspective. It includes a comprehensive description of developmental stages of the process as well as highlights the limitations that NGOs encounter in implementing mentoring in the Czech Republic.

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