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Research of soil reuse technology in the form of self-compacting grouts
Michalčíková, Magdaléna ; Kolář,, Karel (referee) ; Turček,, Peter (referee) ; Sokolář, Radomír (referee) ; Drochytka, Rostislav (advisor)
The increasing volume of waste of all kinds is currently a phenomenon of economically developed society and one of the problems of environmental protection. It is therefore imperative, in the interest of sustainable development, to monitor impacts related to the impact on our ecology, to regulate waste production by legislation and universally promote their reuse and recycling. Construction and demolition waste occupy a significant share of the total waste volume. This category also includes excavated soils. Recycling of these materials could significantly reduce the amount of landfilled waste and at the same time, these materials could be used as an important source of secondary raw materials. The doctoral thesis describes the research and development of the new technology of reuse soils in the form of self-compacting grouts. The result of the solution will be a suspension of optimal rheological properties, providing a perfect leaking around the stored utility networks. Emphasis will be placed on the study of the interaction of different types of soils with the stabilizers, flowable or plasticizing additives and its typical dispersible substance, including verification of the developed technology in situ.
Development of Historical Universal Mortar with Blended Binder
Lišovský, Martin ; Wagner,, Štěpán (referee) ; Fridrichová, Marcela (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with development and properties of historic mortars, evolves and optimizes recipe of historicizing universal mortar with mixture binder, which have been evolves in previous phase. Binder system is based on lime hydrate and metakaolin and is modified with fast-pacing gypsum. Thesis follow up technological properties of mixtures of historicizing mortars and modifies them for current construction industry. It also follows effect of modification to phase composition of binder system and eventually rise of AFt phases.
The Use od Rammed Earth for Residential Buildings
Zadražil, Lukáš ; Remeš, Josef (referee) ; Žižková, Nikol (advisor)
The Bachelor thesis focuses on use of earth as a building material for residential buildings, in particular the rammed earth technology. The first part of the thesis deals with history of the earth structures in the world and in our country, using the Czech and foreign literature. Subsequently, the thesis defines earth as a building material. After that, the paper describes in detail the rammed earth technologies with examples of use in modern buildings around the world. Within the practical part, samples of earth from Dolní Těrlicko, approx. 30 km southeast of Ostrava, have been collected. Family house should be built on this land next year, with usage of rammed earth technology. In final part we propose and test methods of producing trial bodies from earth compound for pressure test.
Study of the limestone decarbonation process
Koporcová, Diana Mária ; Všianský,, Dalibor (referee) ; Dvořák, Karel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with a research and a description of decarbonation process of limestone during the lime burning. The goal of the bachelor thesis is to try to find a connection between characteristics of input material and course of the decarbonation process, which is monitored by high temperature XRD analysis. There is an evaluation of the microstructure of emerging calcium oxide, especially by the size of the crystallites, in the experimental part.
Study of Preparation and Properties of Historic Mortars
Majerová, Jana ; Lang,, Karel (referee) ; Fridrichová, Marcela (advisor)
The diploma thesis is concerned with study of preparation and properties of historic mortars. In theoretical part, there is summarized the historic progress of mortars and their material composition. The experimental part is focused on proposition of mortar mixes. The diploma thesis referring to actual research on Institute of Technology of Building Materials and Components, FCE VUT in Brno. The base mixe of historical mortar came from this research. In experiment, there is the base mixe of historical mortar modified with gypsum. In the first phase of the experimental part the basic technological and aplication properties are assessed. The second phase of the experimental part is focused on the course of hydration of the binder in different environments and subseqeunt determination of the phase composition by X-ray diffraction analysis. The aim of the thesis is to determine the optimal amount of gypsum and to optimize the recipe of historical mortar.
Development a new technology of liquefaction and soil stabilization
Chlachula, Jakub ; Krejčí, Pavel (referee) ; Drochytka, Rostislav (advisor)
Nowadays, efforts are being made to reduce the environmental impact on the planet even at soils management. Excavated soils are treated as waste and often end up in landfill or depot landfills. It is an effort to exploit these soils. By adding suitable stabilizing additives, features such as yield fluidity, moisture or compressive strength can be adjusted. This composite can be further liquefactioned by using water and suitable liquefiers or plasticizers. Such iquefactioned soils are a suitable self-compacting grouts dressing for excavation for the laying of utility grids, where it is necessary to fill the hole again. The advantage are low economic demands and the absence of excess waste. In the course of this thesis the situation of soil usability in the Czech Republic will be evaluated and possible technologies of soil adjusters will be described. Further, the known types of stabilizing additives and their influence on soil stabilization will be evaluated and verified. Then, different types of liquefying additives will be evaluated and verified. The aim of the thesis is to develop a new technology of liquefaction and soil stabilization.
Influence of cellulose ethers on rheological properties of lime
Hegrová, Michaela ; Rovnaník, Pavel (referee) ; Vyšvařil, Martin (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is a study of the influence of cellulose ethers on the rheological properties of lime. The theoretical part focuses on rheological parameters, techniques and test equipment used in rheology measurements. Various types of cellulose ethers and their influence on the rheological properties of fresh mortars are described. The practical part deals with the study of the influence of different types and quantities of cellulose ethers on the properties of fresh lime pastes and mortars. The results were obtained from measurements on a rotational rheometer with a special geometry for building materials. Measuring methods used were flow and oscillatory tests. Yield stress, viscosity and flow index were determined by the flow measurement. The stability and stiffness of fresh materials were determined during the oscillation measurements. The measured results are then evaluated and compared.
Possibilities of recycling in the sand aerated concrete technology
Kostura, Patrik ; Kulísek, Karel (referee) ; Drochytka, Rostislav (advisor)
Waste of the aerated concrete is generated directly from the production of aerated concrete or from the constructions. The options for handling aerated concrete are two. We can deal with it as a light aggregate or as a material for the production of aerated concrete. Based on the physico-mechanical properties, the decision was made that aerated concrete is suitable as a light aggregate. The brash as a light aggregate was tested in two variants of the softness (0-2 mm, 0.25-2 mm). Evaluation of the brash as a suitable material for the production of aerated concrete consisted of the creation of laboratory-autoclaved composites. The brash was tested in different ratios (10%, 20%, 30%, 40%), two variants of fineness (0-2 mm, 0-0.25 mm) and two formulations (lime base, fluffy fly ash). Silicon sand was replaced. Based on physico-mechanical properties and microstructural analysis (XRD, SEM), was found that aerated concrete as a material is suitable for 40% sand substitution.
Improvement of soils for pavement subgrade
Šefránková, Radka ; Pácha, Petr (referee) ; Stehlík, Dušan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with improvement of unsuitable soils for pavement subgrade. The theoretical part describes technologies of modification and materials employed for improving soils in our country and abroad. The main target of the practical part is observing bearing capacity of unimproved and improved soils and comparing the results.
Research on the Preparation of Masonry Mortars
Koláček, Tomáš ; Dvořák, Karel (referee) ; Gazdič, Dominik (advisor)
This thesis deals with development in the preparation of masonry mortars. The theoretical part focuses on basic knowledge of mortars, individual types of mortar, preparation methods and individual components from which the mortar is composed. The practical part deals with the proposed reference and modified mortar mixtures and compares their technological properties.

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