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Overview of resources for non-destructive research underwater
Bohadlo, Antonin ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Dvorský, Jaroslav (referee)
Title: Overview of resources for non-destructive research underwater. Objectives: The aim of the bachelor thesis is to define and compare the use of individual devices used for searching objects under the water based on the study of professional literature. Methods: The thesis is realized as an overview study analyzing available literature dealing with underwater research. Both literary and internet sources were used to obtain relevant resources. Results: The result is an evaluation of devices for searching underwater objects for their intended use and the object they are looking for. Keywords: Diving, metal detector, magnetometer, sonar, sediment sonar
Usage of Rope Techniques in Diving Practice of the Services of the Integrated Emergency System
Macan, Antonín ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Vilášek, Josef (referee)
Title: Usage of Rope Techniques in Diving Practice of the Services of the Integrated Emergency System Objective: The aim of this bachelor's thesis is creating a compiled material on using ropes and rope techniques in diving practice of the services of the Integrated Emergency System. Method: The main method for this thesis was compiling information from a wide range of available literature which deals with rope techniques and transferring their use into conditions of diving practice of the emergency services. Important sources for the thesis were personal interviews with experienced rope access workers, divers and rescue workers. The thesis also utilizes personal experience of the author. Results: Collected material on usage of rope techniques used in diving by emergency services not only in underwater conditions, but also when access to water surface and transport from water are difficult. Using these rope techniques valuably increases safety of the divers and using them is suitable not only in emergency services, but for all divers who find themselves in such conditions, where it is advisable or even necessary to use such techniques. Key words: Diving, ropes, rope technique, emergency services
Use of artificial slalom courses for Integrated Rescue System
Foltysová, Sabina ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Bačáková, Radka (referee)
Title: Use of artificial slalom courses for integrated rescue system Objectives: The objective of this bachelor thesis is definition IZS components and usability artificial slalom courses for this IZS components within preparation rescue on wild water. Methods: This bachelor thesis is descriptive analytical study. Used methods are selection and research of resources, analysis of the information obtained and final evaluation. Results: Evaluation of the use of artificial slalom courses. Keywords Integrated rescue systém, wild water, rescue
Activities and tasks within the divers components of the IRS and other components
Kovářík, Ondřej ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Fiala, Miloš (referee)
Title Development and equipment of divers in special forces. Objectives The objective of this thesis is to analyze the facts about work of diving groups in special units of the Army of the Czech Republic, especially in the 601st Special Forces Group of General Moravec. Methods The methods of work were standard historical methods, especially direct methods, which describe reality using one or more sources and progressive. The results were then compiled and compared. Results Comprehensive description of diver's job development at czech special units. Keywords Diver, Diver unit, Army of the Czech Republic, special units Abstract
Methods and procedures of underwater archeology
Polata, Václav ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Dvorský, Jaroslav (referee)
Title: Methods and procedures of underwater archeology Objectives: The aim of this work is to create a methodological manual for technical and technological procedures in underwater archeology, taking into account the conditions of the Czech Republic. Methods: As the main method was used compilation of information from available scientific literature dealing with underwater archeology and also was used consultation with an expert. Results: A set of described procedures which are used by divers in underwater archeology. Keywords: diving, underwater archeology, technical procedures
Small Boat Management Methodology
Frolík, Ondřej ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (referee)
Title: Small Boat Management Methodology Objectives: The aim of the work is to develop methodical materials for teaching in scope of small boat management, safe behavior on watercourses and areas as defined by the State Navigation Authority of the Czech Republic. Methods: Informal interviews, data collection, photo collection directly in the field, literary research. Results: Creation of methodical material. Determining the current status for obtain accreditation conditions for the award of professional qualifications. Current state of education and safety on watercourses. Keywords: Methodology, accreditation, small boat leader, teaching, safety on water.
Methods and procedures of underwater archeology
Polata, Václav ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Dvorský, Jaroslav (referee)
Title: Methods and procedures of underwater archeology Objectives: The aim of this work is to create a methodological manual for technical and technological procedures in underwater archeology, taking into account the conditions of the Czech Republic. Methods: As the main method was used compilation of information from available scientific literature dealing with underwater archeology and also was used consultation with an expert. Results: A set of described procedures which are used by divers in underwater archeology. Keywords: diving, underwater archeology, technical procedures
Methods and procedures for underwater searching of magnetic metals
Kňaze, Jan ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Dvorský, Jaroslav (referee)
Title Methods and procedures of searching for magnetic metals beneath the surface of the water. Objective Experimental testing of the search methods of magnet fishing, searching for objects from magnetic metals beneath the surface of the water. Methods The main methods were: practical experiment, measurement and calculation, where the search methods performance was calculated from the measured number of finds and the time required to searching the selected area. Results The results include evaluation and comparison of search method performance. The measured values were written into tables and then processed and evaluated. The most powerful search method, the least efficient method and method that could not be used was determined. Key words Magnet fishing. Neodymium magnet.
Assumption of admission of students UK FTVS in the field of Population Protection with a focus on education to the Fire Brigade of the Czech Republic
Holubová, Šárka ; Vokounová, Šárka (advisor) ; Vondrášek, David (referee)
Title: Assumption of admission of probands UK FTVS in the field of Population Protection with focus on education to the Fire Brigade of the Czech Republic Objectives: The objective of this bachelor's thesis is to determine the efficiency of training of students in the field of Population Protection with focus on education (OO-TVS) with respect to physical fitness. This is achieved by comparing the scores of FTVS students to real Fire Brigade recruits in the admission tests used by the Fire Brigade of the Czech Republic. Methodology: The bachelor's thesis has been divided into two parts: empirical and theoretical. The probands were selected from the third year students in the field of Population Protection. Testing of the probands has been carried out on the premises of the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport. The efficiency was then determined based on the comparison of success rates of recent real-life HZS ČR recruits to the OO-TVS students. Results: The success rate of the OO-TVS students is 80%, being 4% higher than the chosen limit. Total test scores of all probands are well above the required minimum. Based on the results, the training in the field of OO- TVS seems to meet very high standards. Keywords: Physical fitness tests, Fire Brigade of the Czech Republic, Faculty of Physical...
The readiness of citizens to effectively deal with emergent situations in the loss of civilizational background
Škvorová, Adéla ; Dvorský, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Vondrášek, David (referee)
Title: Readiness of citizens to efectivelly resolve emergency situations,when support ofcivilization background is unavailable. Objectives: Objective of this bachelors thesis is to observe readiness of subjects during situations in which they're forced by circumstances to stay outdoors. The results are compared between scouts and other citizens. Experience is analyzed based on a series of questions aimed at survival skills in harsh or challenging environments outdoors. Methods: The data was obtained through a questionnaire method. Target audience were people older than 15 years. Questionnaire was distributed only through the internet. Results: There were 676 respondents total in this research, out of which 200 were used for the data. Obtained information was processed into tables and graphs. Evaluation suggestsbetter readiness of members of the scout organization for survival in natural environments as opposed to other citizens of Czech Republic. Key words: survival, scout, civilization changes, nature

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