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Apartment building Lanškroun
Pecháček, Miroslav ; Svoboda, David (referee) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the design of an apartment building in Lanškroun. It is a town in the district of Ústí nad orlicí in the Pardubice Region. The building has three floors above ground and one underground floor. In the basement there is a utility room, cellar and storage space. In the above-ground part of the building there are a total of 6 residential units of various sizes from 1+kk to 4+kk. On the second and third floors there is a balcony and on the third floor there is a covered terrace. The structural load-bearing system is made of ceramic blocks with ceramic ceilings, the stair construction is made of reinforced concrete monolithic and is connected to the ceilings. The building has an elevator.
Daylighting analysis of obstructed buildings with focus on light reflectance and location of external obstructions
Gábrová, Lenka ; Vajkay, František (referee) ; Vaverka,, Jiří (referee) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
The doctoral thesis deals with a daylighting analysis of obstructed buildings in term of external obstacles location and the light reflectance of external surfaces. Static and dynamic daylight simulations were carried out using the software Daysim 3.1b. The doctoral thesis includes the validation of the software Daysim 3.1b for the daylight factor under the conditions of the CIE standard overcast sky model. The validation was performed using the Technical Report CIE 171: 2006, model measurements and in-situ measurements. For the comparative analysis of daylighting, a room obstructed by a row building, a continuous balcony and atrium walls was assumed. The external surfaces were designed with six light reflectance combinations. The daylight factor Dw on the window glazing from the external side and criteria determining the daylight amount inside the room were used for the daylighting analysis. The daylight amount is evaluated using the daylight factor under the CIE standard overcast sky model and using the daylight illuminance calculated based on the annual climate data for Prague. In the doctoral thesis, graphs and the regression models estimating the daylight factor Dw depending on an obstruction angle or a well index were built. Furthermore, regression models describing the relationship between the daylight factor and the daylight amount in the interior were also built. Based on the daylighting analysis of the obstructed buildings, three proposals to change the evaluation of the daylight accessibility on a façade were formulated.
Mathematical simulation of temperature profile in the subsoil and creation of a model corresponding its real state
Charvátová, Pavlína ; Katunský,, Dušan (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (referee) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
Increasing demands for low heat losses and energy intensity of a building influence energy calculations. Higher demands are placed on the accuracy of the calculations. An important part of the thermal engineering calculations is the determination of the correct boundary conditions. An important input factor is primarily the indoor and outdoor environment, and temperature is the most important parameter for these types of enviromnent. It is not always the temperature of the external environment, but the environment that is adjacent to the soil or to unheated or differently heated spaces. The possibilities of modeling temperatures below the object are described in the standard ČSN EN ISO 10211. This standard specifies details for a geometric model for the numerical calculation of heat flows to assess the total heat loss of buildings or parts thereof, as well as to derive linear and point heat transfer factors. Furthermore, to calculate minimum surface temperatures to assess the risk of surface condensation and to determine the surface temperature factors. These are two different computational models. Therefore, it would be appropriate to simplify these calculations by simplifying the boundary conditions, namely to conduct an isotherm at a certain level below the terrain, which will be considered as a boundary condition, which is also based on long-term experience with "frost-free" depth. This calculation would be unambiguous, clear and simple.
Family house - Jinačovice
Dvořáček, Luboš ; Osička, Jan (referee) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
The Bachelor thesis is focused on creation of a plan for the family house, which is located on sloping terrain in the newly developing part of the village Jinačovice on the plot No. 740/10. There is the southern slope, also the entrance to the house is south oriented. The family house has three floors and it is designed for a family of five or six. The whole building is found on the basic reinforced concrete belts, then it is bricked from Porotherm system and roofed by clicking roof. Movement between individual floors is made possible by a concrete staircase.
G-mont Cable Brno
Jussupov, Daniyar ; Suchánek,, Petr (referee) ; Nový, Alois (advisor) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was the creation of individual stages of the project documentation - Documentation for Building Permits and Documentation for building construction based on the study, elaborated in subject AG35. The subject of the bachelor's thesis is a new building of the G-mont Cable plant for cable production on the street Těžební, in the Brno-Černovice district. The building's inspiration is typically a black-color cable that has been assembled with a cable of different colors: red, blue, green, yellow. The building is divided into three units -production, administration and social facilities, but the building looks like a whole. For the facade, the black color sheet ks1000 is used. Throughout the construction there are colored lines, in the production part are windows, in the administrative part only plastic glass on the facade. The building has a dynamic shape with sloping lines on the facades. In the administrative part there is a large roof skylight. The light coming into the main production penetrates through the saw blades facing north. Scattered light is not aggressive and does not interfere in any time of day.
Apartment building
Kafka, Jakub ; Žajdlík, Tomáš (referee) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the project of an apartment house with grocery store in Brno-Sadova. The building is partially situated under the ground, has got a shape of letter L and is covered with single-layer flat roof. The house has got 20 dwelling units. The semi-basement consists of a cellar cubicles, bicycle room, drying room and technical room with heat exchanger. There is a workshop in the first floor which is separated from dwelling units, therefore it has its own entrance. The underground part is designed from concrete blocks BEST that are also filled with concrete. The aboveground part is designed from single masonry system and insulated with contact insulating system. Vertical constructions are made from ceramic blocks Porotherm and the ceiling is made from beams and liners of Miako brand. There is an elevator designed in the building.
Valík, Jaroslav ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is based on a selected architectural study which was prepared in the winter semester of the second year for Studio of Architectural Design AG32 and elaborated to a design study in AG36. Here the project documentation for building construction is developed. The project designs a new Prokes Winery in the town of Velké Němčice. The winery produces, processes and sells wine products and accommodates overnight guests. The design also includes a family house for the winemaker, including secondary building structures such as fencing, paved areas and roads, utility grid connections, etc. The limiting factor was the HN air protection zone that crosses the land. The size of the building was based on the production capacity and the number of workers and visitors. According to the building program the building is functionally divided into the public and production part. The public part of the complex is designed to accommodate disabled people's movement. The goal was to design and construct a building that respects the surrounding area and does not appear out of place in its surroundings.
Tallmayer, Dominik ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
This Bachelor thesis is based on formerly elaborated study in the subject AG32, which has been further elaborated to the level of documentation for a building permit and documentation for a construction execution. The topic of the thesis was to design a production hall, accommodation, administration, wine sales and a detached house. The new Prokeš winery is to be situated in the town of Velké Němčice, north-west from the centre of town in Městečko street. The parcel of land is bounded from the south by a road, from the north by a field, from the east it is adjacent to a field path and from the west to old garages. The land is owned by Mr Kamil Prokeš, it is an irregular shape with an area of 2,536.06 m. More than 1/3 of the land is crossed by the VN 22 kV air line. Functional content of the construction is a wine production, guests accommodation, administration, wine sales and housing for the winery owners. The main idea of the design was to build a construction, which would meet all the operation requirements as well as the owner requirements. The winery consists of 3 objects that are mutually connected into one unit, however, the individual plants are not disturbed by the others in terms of sound, vibrations, movements of winery workers and visitors. The winery is situated perpendicularly to Městečko street. This road is used as an access and supply road. The objects are designed in a way which accommodates the operation and function.
Kunz, Ondřej ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
Based on the architectural study from the second year of the bachelor study program, the following bachelor thesis is elaborated, which further disseminates the study to other subsequent stages of the project documentation. The theme of the thesis is the new family viticulture in the village Velké Němčice for winery Kamil Prokeš. The building will include both production facilities and housing, accommodation for guests and a wine shop with an adjacent tasting room. The building is situated on the outskirts of Velké němčice, where there are old farm buildings and gardens, a football field and a one-storey garage parking lot. The land is unconstructed and currently there are only planted trees. On the sloping land is designed one object, which is divided into several parts. Wine production is located in the basement, which is accessible from the north side and allows the grain and expedition. The above-ground floor consists of three interconnected masses. The central part, where the wine cellar and tasting room are located, is designed as a single-story, glass-covered building with a flat, green roof. On both sides of the building there are two identical, two-storey buildings with a saddle roof, where the western building houses the wineries housing and the eastern accommodation for the guests. All three masses are visually interconnected by the overlapping flat roof of the central object. The unified building, which is completed on the northern and southern side with the terrace for the guests and owners of the winery, is created. In front of the building is a model vineyard, which refines the overall view of the facade of visible concrete and also unambiguously points out the function of the object. The bottom structure is designed as a monolithic reinforced concrete block and the above-ground floor consists of lightweight concrete panels, folded ceiling structures and a roof saddle roof. The central part has a core where the adjoining facilities are located,
Nursery building - Praha
Miheličová, Gabriela ; Gábrová, Lenka (referee) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
The aim of my thesis is to design and elaborate the project documentation for construction of the nursery school in the cadastral area Prague-Černý most. It is a two-storey partially basement building, witch with its layout corresponds to the conditons of the building operation. Nusery school is designed for 4 departments after 24 kids. The construction system of the object is designed as Porotherm system. External load-bearing structures are designed as ventilated facade with thermal insulation of 180 mm thickness. Vertical load-bearing structures of 1st and 2nd floor will be lined with brick blocks Porotherm 38 profi and 1.S bricks from the Best 30 permanent formwork. The inner bearing walls are designed with Porotherm 24 profi and Porotherm 11,5 Profi is used for non-load-bearing masonry. The exterior facade cladding is designed from HPL compact laminate boards. The internal staircase is half-turn stairs, reinforced concrete, monolithic. Horizontal supporting structures consist of Porotherm ceramic concrete system (POT beams and miako insert) with a thickness of 250 mm. The roof is designed as a vegetation, some of witch is supplemented with a gutter. The windows and doors are plastic-aluminium. Floor coverings are designed taking into the use of individual rooms such as floor screed, ceramic tiles and cork floors. The main aim of my work was to solve the disposition for the given purpose, to design a suitable construction system and to draw up the drawing documentation including the text part.

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