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Characterization of five mosaic mortar beds from Austria produced by A. Neuhauser/Tiroler Glasmalerei and J. Pfefferle
Bauerová, Pavla ; Frankeová, Dita ; Slížková, Zuzana
The report contains the results of material analyses of five mortar beds of mosaics produced by the Austrian studios Neuhauser/Tiroler Glasmalerei and Josef Pfefferle. The analysed samples come from mosaics made at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and located in various places in Tyrol. The mortars were analysed by SEM-EDS and thermal analysis. The results showed that, in addition to traditional materials such as marble dust, they also contain atypical or innovative components such as waste ceramic and glass shards or early Portland cement.
Laboratory microscopic survey of the stratigraphy of colored coatings on building materials of the Morzinski Palace building in Nerudova st. Prague 1
Slížková, Zuzana ; Náhunková, Pavla ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Vondráčková, Michaela
Stratigraphic analysis of the color coatings on the facade of the Morzín Palace in Prague in order to determine the color of the facade for the future restoration of the building.
Microscopic analysis of the mortars sampled from the Hradenín fortress
Frankeová, Dita ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Vondráčková, Michaela ; Slížková, Zuzana
Two mortar samples and one sample of plaster of the exterior facade from the Gothic fortress Hradenín were examined using an electron microscope. The aim of study was to determine the type of mortar binder and to find out the technological procedure of surface coating application.
Chemical and microstructural analysis of sandstone samples from the cemetery portal at the Gothard in Hořice
Slížková, Zuzana ; Frankeová, Dita ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Náhunková, Pavla ; Mácová, Petra ; Ševčík, Radek ; Vondráčková, Michaela
Determination of the chemical and mineralogical composition of the surface layer of sandstone and the speed of water transport through the surface of the stone (comparison of the properties of the light ocher surface and the black surface of sandstone.
Report on survey of salinity of masonries under 3rd courtyard at Prague Castle
Slížková, Zuzana ; Náhunková, Pavla
In 2022, the characterization of the chemical composition and amount of salt efflorescence on archaeological constructions under Prague Castle was supplemented by two new locations (at the site of the foundations of the Chapel of St. Bartholomew and near the northern wall of zone III). In the results, carbonate minerals were not detected as in previous years (except for calcite in small quantities). Sodium sulfate was again the majority component in the efflorescences. Using thermal analysis, the presence of sodium sulfate in the form of mirabilite was confirmed in the samples taken in February. The high contamination of marlstone with nitrates and chlorides in today's crown of the chapel's masonry of St. Bartholomew and increased sulfate contamination in the plinth section was detected. Conversely, no risk values of water-soluble ions were detected in the mortar or the black bricks of the perimeter wall.
The effect of the backfill on the integrity of a buried pipeline upon heavy-duty vehicle crossings
Gajdoš, Lubomír ; Šperl, Martin ; Slížková, Zuzana ; Drdlová, M.
The aim of this work was to determine stresses in the wall of a buried empty gas pipeline caused by the weight of backfill as well as by heavy-duty vehicles crossing the pipeline, and, on their basis to assess the applicability of protective sleeves. A buried pipeline with zero internal pressure of transported medium (empty pipeline) differs from an unburied pipeline by the vertical load due to the weight of the backfill which causes an ovalness of the circular cross section of the pipeline. This leads to the rise of through-wall bending stresses with the tensile stress at the outside surface at the 3 and 9 o´clock positions and compressive stress at the inside surface. At the 6 and 12 o´clock positions the stresses are tensile at the inside surface and compressive at the outside surface. The current depth of soil cover above gas pipelines is 0.5 m. For pipes DN500, t ~ 6.5 mm the through-wall bending stress is found to be σb ≈ ±10 MPa. In comparison with the yield stress of pipeline material, this stress is negligible. The situation is changed when heavy-duty vehicles cross the pipeline. For example, when a MAN truck with the mass load 3270 kg acting on a single wheel of the front axle crosses this pipeline, the pressure transmitted to the pipe will cause the through-wall bending stress σb ≈ ±76 MPa. This stress is superimposed to that of the backfill to give the total value ±86 MPa. When dead loads, imposed by backfill cover, together with live loads, caused by truck-wheel loads, are excessive a crushing of side walls of the pipeline and/or ring buckling of the pipe cross section can happen.
Chemical and microstructural analysis of brick samples from the object of Zákupy castle horse stables
Frankeová, Dita ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Náhunková, Pavla ; Ševčík, Radek ; Mácová, Petra ; Slížková, Zuzana ; Vondráčková, Michaela
As part of the construction-technical survey, historical brick samples were characterized using thermal analysis (TGA), scanning electron microscopy (SEM/EDS), ion chromatography (IC), infrared spectrometry (FTIR) and physical tests. The results of the tests testify to the good production quality of the masonry elements used. Based on the analyzes carried out, it can be assumed that the observed damage to the bricks is caused by high wetting of the masonry in combination with frost cycles, as well as crystallization cycles of water-soluble salts present in the surface layer of some bricks.
Chemical and microstructural analysis of asphalt concrete in the former brewery in Plasy (CR)
Frankeová, Dita ; Slížková, Zuzana ; Náhunková, Pavla
TG analysis revealed a proportion of organic matter (asphalt) in the total mass of the material in the amount of 14% by weight and the content of calcium carbonate in the material in the amount of 53% wt. Calcium carbonate is probably in the form of limestone powder as a fine filler. The coarse fraction of the aggregate is represented by stone grains of size 2-10 mm (33% by weight).
Analysis of a 19th century mortar
Bauerová, Pavla ; Frankeová, Dita ; Slížková, Zuzana ; Vondráčková, Michaela
Chemical and mineralogical composition of the binder and the aggregates of the mortar, using SEM-EDS and thermal analysis
Chemical and microstructural analysis of plaster sampled from the castle Sychrov (CR) – Breton tower
Slížková, Zuzana ; Frankeová, Dita ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Náhunková, Pavla
The analysed mortar contains 76.5% by weight quartz sand and 23.5% wt. the lime binder - it is highly hydraulic lime. The aggregate of the mortar is made up mostly of quartz. The hydraulicity of the contained lime binder is evidenced by the presence of belitic clinkers, a strongly inhomogeneous microstructure (typical alternation of dense, Ca-enriched parts and more porous decalcified areas) and the presence of silicate components in varying degrees of reaction. It is suggested that the hydraulic binder used could have been artificially prepared by mixing lime with a hydraulic silicate additive.

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