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Time Measurement for Firesport with Wireless Sensors
Šostý, Radim ; Šimek, Václav (referee) ; Vašíček, Zdeněk (advisor)
This thesis deals with design and implementation of flexible modular electronic stopwatch system for use in resport. One of the advantages of the system is possibility of using wireless communication with sensors and displays. Developed system consist of main control unit, external display, wireless modules for communication with the sensors and desktop application that collects data and controls the system. Solution of system components, communication between them and method of time synchronization of wireless devices is also described in this thesis.
Time Measurement on Embedded Computer
Šostý, Radim ; Mlích, Jozef (referee) ; Zemčík, Pavel (advisor)
This thesis deals with design of electronic stopwatch system controlled by MSP430 family microcontroller. The main topic of this thesis is build a stopwatch system for keeping time in the sport disciplines of fire sport width accurancy to a thousandth of a second. Stopwatch system includes a large LED display for displaying the measured times.
Overview of preparation for the Czech Republic championship in fire sport within the annual training cycle
Holá, Nikola ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Fiala, Miloš (referee)
Title: Overview of preparation for The Czech Republic championship in fire sport within the annual training cycle Objectives: The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to create an overview of the preparation for the Czech Republic Championship in fire sport and to try to compile a model annual training cycle based on the study of available literature and professional consultations. Methods: The bachelor's thesis was prepared through the study of professional literature and on the basis of consultations with elite competitors and coaches from the ranks of fire athletes. Results: The results of the work are general information about fire sport, its organization and competitions. The theoretical part of the work focuses on sports skills in fire sport, its disciplines and their technical implementation and tactical training. This theoretical information is applied into an outline of the annual training cycle including a description of the individual periods of the annual training cycle, their timing, goals, means of developing selected motor skills and example of a training microcycle and training units is given for individual periods. Keywords: fire sport, the Czech Republic championship in fire sport, annual training cycle, sports training
Annual training cycle in woman's fire sport
Benáková, Veronika ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Přibyl, Ivan (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the fire attack of women at the league level in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into two parts, the theoretical part and the research part. The theoretical part focuses on the general characteristics of fire sport. It also describes the fire attack as a separate discipline and also the preparation of firefighters in this sport. Based on the evaluation of the questionnaires and the comparison of the training plans, the research part focuses on the differences in the sport preparation of two individual teams. It examines and compares their performance, differences in training cycles, and differences in competitive scores. The output of the thesis is the result of the questionnaires and comparison of the training cycles. KEYWORDS Fire sport, woman, training cycle
Optimization of nozzles for firefighter sport
Páral, Filip ; Klas, Roman (referee) ; Fialová, Simona (advisor)
This thesis deals with flow inside of the firesport nozzles. Those are used for a fire attack, one of the firesport disciplines. The research part of this thesis introduces a fire attack, commonly used equipment and hydraulic losses that occur during the flow. This part also consists of an overview of current firefighting and firesport nozzles. It includes requirements for nozzles that are used in the fire attack discipline. Second part of the thesis presents the flow analysis inside firesport nozzles using commercial software for computational fluid dynamics (CFD), ANSYS Fluent. Several nozzle designs are proposed at the end of this thesis, based on conclusions from previous part. These designs satisfy firesport nozzle requirements, previously stated in this thesis.
The history and the present fire sport of professional firefighters in the South Bohemian Region
SEVERA, Marek
Fire sport is an integral part of the physical training of the members of regional fire brigade units. The aim of the work is to assess and evaluate the demands on athletes dealing with the fire-fighting sport in its beginnings and now in the South Bohemian region. The mapping of the beginnings of fire fighting sport in the Czechchoslovak Socialist Republic Czechoslovakia, Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, the Czech Republic and abroad is a necessary part of understanding the problem. The benefit of meeting important fire-fighting professionals in the South Bohemian Region is not only gaining valuable knowledge and experience, but above all a distinctive revival of memories and never-recorded facts. In order to find information about fire sport, qualitative research methods were used, namely analysis of available materials and resources, interviews and questionnaire survey between the former and current competitors of fire fighting in the South Bohemian Region. The results of the analysis of available materials and resources, as well as the questionnaire survey, showed a model presenting different results between competitors from earlier and from the present. The conclusions provided the answer to the research question, "What were the requirements on athletes of firefighting sport at its beginnings and what are they now? Requirements such as the time and physical demands of training, the quality of equipment and tools, used to be stricter in the past, the conditions for running a firefighting sport without available information and experience were more difficult than those currently required. The assessment of the development of fire sport since its beginnings in the 1970s to the present day in the South Bohemian region shows that there is a significant fall in the results of of the South Bohemian region's teams in national competitions. The proposal to improve performance in fire sport is to identify weaknesses and focus on their enhancement.
Characteristic 100 metres hurdeles at fire sport
Lidmila, Martin ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Komínková, Linda (referee)
Title: Characteristic of 100 meters hurdle at fire sport Objectives: The main goal of this bachelor thesis was a literary research and detailed characterization of 100 m hurdle race in fire sport according to available information from literature as well as internet sources. Methods: The criteria for inclusion in this thesis were primarily specific keywords. It was a category of following terms, such as (in Czech): požární sport, běh na 100 m s překážkami, technika v běhu na 100 m s překážkami, výsledky, analýza běhu. Research of foreign sources was also important. Keywords from foreign resources were: fire sport, 100 metres hurdles. Keywords for sources from Russian literature were (in Russian): preodoleniye 100- metrovoy polosy s prepyatstviyami. Results: The discipline in 100 m hurdle race was described based on available sources within historical context from past to present. At the same time, technical and material parameters of hurdles and equipment were described. Also, this thesis points out the different techniques in leaping over hurdles, which could be "valivý" style, "na rusa" style, and "skrčka" style. Then, the technical execution of the whole discipline is described by each section of the race from start to finish. The thesis also addressed the development of Czech and...
Time Measurement System for Firesport Competitions
Pelka, Tomáš ; Bidlo, Michal (referee) ; Vašíček, Zdeněk (advisor)
This work deals with the design of universal wireless timer for fire sport disciplines. Fire sport is a group of more than 15 disciplines. There are different ways of time measurement for each discipline. Important part of this work is detailed research of individual disciplines and their requirements at time measurement system and it's accessories. Another part of this work deals with the specification of wireless timekeeping system, which involves suitable partitioning of time measurement system into wirelessly communication modules. The interface for connecting sensors and accessories is also specified. Designed system is suitable for racing and training purposes, it has short installation time. This work also deals with the design of electronics (power and digital circuits) for each module and also with building of prototype, which is tested using prepared scenarios. New findings are evaluated and lead to design of next generation of time measurement system.
Application of Athletics training methodts in fire fighter sport
Pádecký, Jan ; Fiala, Miloš (advisor) ; Jebavý, Radim (referee)
Title: Application of athletic training methods in fire fighter sport Objectives: The aim of this work is to describe fire fighter sport, its disciplines and suggest of possible application of athletic training methods in fire fighter physical preparation. Methods: In this thesis were used the methods of analysis and explanation of literature and scientific articles which are focused on athletic and fire fighter sport. Results: Results of this thesis is description and development of fire fighter sport and conditioning components that are key components in fire fighter sport performance. Possibilities in integration of the selected athletic training methods in the training process of a fire fighter. Keywords: athletics, fire fighter sport, sport preparation, condition, methods

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