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Creation of ATO with flight training on BUT
Petr, Jan ; Šplíchal, Miroslav (referee) ; Hammer, Jaromír (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is a study of requirements related to the creation of an approved organization for flight training (ATO), including the design of organizational structure and staffing in the conditions of the Brno University of Technology. The first part of the thesis maps relevant legislative sources and all possible types of training organizations. The next part of the thesis is focused on the selection of the appropriate type of training organization, organizational and personal integration into the structure of BUT, description of the aircraft fleet, selecting the appropriate airport and calculating the expected price of the flight hour Cessna C172S license plate OK-VUT. The conclusion of the thesis deals with the competitiveness of the created training organization and possible possibilities of expanding the provided training.
Vyhodnocení vyprodukovaných emisí pachových látek a prachových částic frakce PM \dindex{2,5} z intenzivního chovu drůbeže
The aim of this thesis was to make the evalution of the produced emissions of odorours substances and dust particles of PM 2,5 fraction from intensive poultry farming. Measurements were implemented according to the valid methodologies in poulty farm which is in Sudoměřice u Bechyně.
Optimation and Innovation of Heating by Thermal Pumps
Petr, Jan ; Kudela, Libor (referee) ; Lisý, Martin (advisor)
The Bachelor’s Thesis adresses heat pumps, its description, comparison and assessment of heating of the model house. In the first part the research is done. The research describes on what principles the heat pump works and how they differ. In the second part, the model house is described. Heat losses are calculated. For two types of heat pumps are calculated returns on investments.
Drug Offences - Comparison of the Czech and Spanish Legislation Abstract
Petr, Jan ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (advisor) ; Vokoun, Rudolf (referee)
58 Drug Offences - Comparison of the Czech and Spanish Legislation Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the comparison of the current substantive law regulation of so-called drug offences in the criminal law environment of the Czech Republic and the Kingdom of Spain. Its key task is to provide its readers with a comprehensive picture of the current legal regulation in both countries by comparing their legal provisions, their case-law and opinions of the criminal law science. The thesis consists of four parts systematically divided into fifteen chapters. In the introductory part, it deals with international and European regulation. In its respective chapters, it briefly presents three fundamental international conventions of the United Nations and the current EU legislation in the framework of the primary and secondary law, forming a common basis for both national legislations. In the second part of the thesis, it presents a national Czech regulation of so-called drug offences, where the individual chapters successively analyse the drug offences term as such in the sense of criminal law science, the form and motives of the current legal definition of prohibited narcotic substances and their individual bodies of the crime according to their order in the Criminal Code of the Czech Republic. Analogically,...
Living Things in the Science Education
Current state-of-the-art in the use of living things in primary science education has not been studied in detail in the Czech Republic. This thesis presents the paper published a short time ago and accompanied by the brief commentary. The aim is to evaluate data gained by the video-research of thirty (integrated) science classes and to give an analysis of the use of living things in selected science units. The paper has a character of case study containing not very large amount of lessons but it enables to describe the use of living things in the framework of selected thematic units in which the use of living things is possible or expectable.
Influence of the interacting constituent of the background electrolyte on electrophoretic separation
Müllerová, Ludmila ; Dubský, Pavel (advisor) ; Kašička, Václav (referee) ; Petr, Jan (referee)
Capillary electrophoresis is a widely used separation method of analytical chemistry. Addition of a selector into the background electrolyte extends its applicability to separation of enantiomers or of compounds of similar physicochemical properties. In analytical practice, mixtures of selectors are also commonly used - either prepared intentionally to achieve better separation or because commercially available selectors may be mixtures of compounds differing in the degree of substitution and substituent positions. Mathematical description of these systems, which are highly relevant in analytical practice, can simplify search for optimal separation conditions. Also, it provides a useful insight into the separation mechanism. In this work, a model of electromigration of an analyte interacting with a mixture of two selectors is proposed and experimentally verified. This model results from a more general description of systems with an arbitrary number of selectors. The model shows that a selector mixture can be treated as a single selector if the ratio of the respective selector concentrations is kept constant. When the mixture is prepared intentionally, this description predicts, how separation potential of the mixture changes with its composition. Thus it allows the optimal composition and total...
Game Intellect Improvement for U13 and U14 Ice Hockey Players
Petr, Jan ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Arnošt, Pavel (referee)
Title: Game Intellect Improvement for U13 and U14 Ice Hockey Players Objectives: This work is focused on improving game intellect. It explains basic theoretic principles of game thinking proces and describing manners for improvement game intellect. Methods: In my thesis I used an analythic method. First, I will analyse the psychical phenomena. I described them and explained them in separated chapters. Then I will introduce possibilities and resources, with which we could improve game intellect. I will describe these resources and graphically explain them in game exercises. Results: After peruse of literature resources, I made a conclusion, that for improvement of game intellect, we need frequent repetition. The games should take the main part of the training session. Players will be better at game decisions. They will have more courage in risky game situations and then make creative solution. Keywords: Psychical phenomena, games, game memory, game intellect
Characterization of new chiral separation systems for HPLC
Vozka, Jiří ; Tesařová, Eva (advisor) ; Sýkora, David (referee) ; Petr, Jan (referee)
The dissertation thesis is focused on the physico-chemical characterization of interaction mechanisms of chiral stationary phases based on derivatized cyclofructans. Correct interpretation of retention and enantiodiscrimination processes substantially facilitates the development and optimization of new enantioselective methods using cyclofructan-based chiral stationary phases. At first, the interaction mechanisms of three commercially available cyclofructan-based stationary phases were studied in normal-phase mode of liquid chromatography. Namely, systems using chiral stationary phases based on dimethylphenyl carbamate cyclofructan 7, R-naphtylethyl carbamate cyclofructan 6 and isopropyl carbamate cyclofructan 6 were studied. Linear free energy relationship model was used as a basic tool for characterization of interactions on the stationary phases. The mentioned model revealed that the main interactions contributing to retention in cyclofructan-based systems are hydrogen bond acidity and dipolarity/polarizibility, while dispersion interactions cause decrease of retention. The impact of oligosaccharide skeleton of the cyclofructan selector on the enantioselectivity was elucidated by the comparison with seemingly analogous cyclodextrin-based chiral stationary phases. Cyclofructan-based chiral...
Commented translation:La défaite était-elle inéluctable? Olivier Wieviorka. L'Histoire. Numéro spécial 352, avril 2010, str.42-59)
Petr, Jan ; Belisová, Šárka (advisor) ; Šotolová, Jovanka (referee)
The goal of this bachelor thesis is to make a translation of a selected french text (of about 20 standard pages) and to add a translator commentary to it. First part of the thesis is the translation of an article (La victoire était-elle inéluctable) about causes of the german invasion to France in 1940. The second part deals with the analysis of the original text (from the point of view of lexicology, syntax and stylistics), translation problems and the method of translation used. The commentary contains examples form both the original and the translated text.
Emise tuhých znečišťujících látek v chovu hovězího dobytka
In this thesis there are presented the values of air pollution by separated solid pollutants of size 10 microns (PM10) in carrying out almost daily activities in selected areas of the two stables, which one of them is based on the economy of manure and the second one is based on housing on the deep bedding. The measurement was done in two selected entirely different stables with different ways of breeding of cattles and different technological processes and expected differences in the values of airborne dust. The measured values and the comparison of the results show that several factors have influence on air pollution in stables. The main factors are the way the technology is used in the stables, the type and characteristics of bedding, difference of work of individual machines and other significant factor is the total transit time of mechanization through stables.

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