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Family house in the slope
Kováč, Juraj ; Pobucká, Slávka (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor's thesis was to prepare project documentation for a family house. The building is located in the village of Chotěbuz, Karviná district, cadastral area Chotěbuz. The building is designed as a detached structure on sloping terrain. It has two above-ground floors with a basement section. The building also includes a garage, which is separated from the living area by an entrance hall. The house is designed for four people, with an additional guest room. The entrance is located on the east-south side, and most rooms have been designed with consideration of the cardinal directions. The vertical structures consist of Porotherm masonry, which forms the load-bearing exterior walls on the above-ground floors. It is also used for both load-bearing and non-load-bearing interior walls. In the basement, the load-bearing exterior wall is made of monolithic reinforced concrete. The ceilinstructure is made of ceramic beams and inserts. The staircase is monolithic reinforced concrete. The building is insulated with foam polystyrene. The garage has a flat roof, and the living area is covered by a truss roof structure.
Apartment building
Vídenský, Martin ; Vystrčil, Jan (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis was the preparation of project documentation at the construction stage for the new construction of an apartment building. The apartment building is located in Telč and is located on flat terrain. It is designed as a free-standing structure with three above-ground and one underground floors. There are a total of 12 apartment units of various sizes on the above-ground floors, 4 on each floor. The underground floor contains the building's technical facilities, a cellar cubicle, a storage room, a cleaning room, a bike room and a private gym intended only for residents of the building. The individual floors are connected by a three-arm staircase and an elevator. The building is based on foundations and the roof is covered with a flat vegetated roof. The perimeter structures of the underground floor are designed from concrete hollow blocks, and in the above-ground floors from ceramic fittings. The vertical structure of the elevator shaft is designed as a reinforced concrete wall, the other vertical internal walls are designed from ceramic fittings. The ceiling structure is designed as ceramic concrete from beams and inserts. The perimeter masonry is insulated with a contact insulation system.
Family house in the slope
Drienovský, Erik ; Pobucká, Slávka (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is design documentation for the construction of family house in the slope. The construction plot is located in the village Kamenec u Poličky. The house is designed for permanent housing for multigenerational family, an older couple and a younger couple with two children. The object has two above-ground floors and one under-ground floor, which is set into the slope. The floor plan of the house is L-shaped.
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Průša, David ; Žižková, Nikol (referee) ; Čermák, Jan (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
In construction practice, microwave radiation is widely used for drying building materials, remediating damp masonry or sterilizing biotic pests that have invaded building structures. Another, albeit less frequent, use may be, for example, in accelerating the solidification of materials and components, where the time required to obtain the handling strength is reduced due to the effect of microwave radiation. The available scientific and technical literature indicates that some materials, such as brick elements, do not change their physical and mechanical properties when exposed to microwave radiation for moisture remediation, although this has not yet been sufficiently verified, and, in contrast, that there is a significant change in properties when microwave radiation is used to accelerate the setting of fresh mixtures, such as those containing a cementitious binder matrix. This thesis builds on many years of research in the area, complements and refines existing information, provides new insights into the mechanical and physical properties of commonly available building materials that have been exposed to controlled microwave radiation, and compares them with reference values. It also provides an opportunity for further experiments that can build on this research. The experimental research was conducted on two independent sets of samples. The first experiment was carried out on a set of clay brick samples, using tests according to European standards, and focused on the effect of microwave radiation on compressive strength and water absorption. The experimental specimens were exposed to moisture followed by exposure to microwave radiation for drying and then compared with reference specimens. The data from these experiments suggest that microwave radiation can be used for the rehabilitation of brick elements and there is no significant change in the resulting mechanical properties with respect to the initial condition. The second experiment was carried out on a set of concrete mixtures, where the curing process was accelerated using microwave radiation, and the mechanical and physical properties obtained were compared with those of reference specimens. The data from this experiment suggest that microwave radiation can be used to accelerate the curing of concrete specimens, thereby obtaining the handling strength in a relatively short time, but a reduction in the resulting strength can be expected compared with reference specimens.
Apartment building
Strakoš, Lukáš ; Vystrčil, Jan (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis on the topic Residential house elaborates the project documentation for a new building of a residentail house with a business premises. The residential building is designed as a fully basement with one underground and three above-ground floors. In the underground floor there is a technical room and a cellar. On the first floor there is an office, an apartment for a person with limited mobility and orientation and a residentail unit. On the second and third floors are a total of 6 residential units. The building is designed as brickwork made of ceramic cut blocks, only the basement is made of hollow blocks filled with prescribed concrete and reinforcement. The foundation structures are designed as concrete strips. The staircase and ceiling structure is made of monolithic reinforced concrete. The roofing of the building is by means of a single-skin flat roof. The house is insulated with a contact insulation system.
Comparison of Green Façade Systems Based on Experimental Basis Weight Measurements
Vystrčil, Jan ; Chomová, Štěpánka ; Nespěšný, Ondřej ; Šuhajda, Karel ; Bečkovský, David
Green facade systems are gaining attention due to their potential for the urban environment, building aesthetics, and energy efficiency. This study compares different green facade systems and their surface weight, which is one of the critical parameters for performance and longevity. The research evaluates construction, installation, water consumption, and sustainable operation. Experimental measurements of surface weight examine changes depending on water consumption and performance.
Numerical Analysis of Crawl Spaces Airflow
Pobucká, Slávka ; Kučírek, Pavel ; Šuhajda, Karel ; Vorlíčková, Petra ; Žajdlík, Tomáš
Unlike Central Europe (specifically the Czech Republic), where crawl spaces are not very common, their use is traditional in Nordic countries. However, due to the microclimate within crawl spaces, summertime can be problematic. The relative humidity within a crawl space can reach values of up to 95% [1]. Various factors, including airflow, influence the microclimate of crawl spaces. This paper focuses on simulating airflow and air age in a naturally ventilated soil space in the Czech Republic using OpenFOAM software. The study involves monitoring internal airflow, surface temperature of the crawl space floor and ceiling structure, as well as air humidity and temperature.
Possibility of using EMW radiation for killing biotic pests
Gintar, Jan ; Klečka,, Tomáš (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The remediation of building elements and structures in terms of moisture and sterilization (inactivation) of biotic pests is dealt with quite often in construction practice and in the construction industry itself, and is thus a topical issue. The issue is dealt with by specialized companies that know the use of available technology on the market, or are themselves involved in the development and improvement of these devices. Several methods are known for the removal of moisture and sterilization of biotic pests, with sufficiently high-quality data on the technology used, the suitability of the equipment used, a more detailed description of the application of the methods themselves and the results themselves. The methods themselves, for removing moisture and eliminating (inactivating) biotic pests, must be chosen according to individual requirements, as some methods will be more appropriate (more effective) and some less suitable. For the practice itself, however, it is important that the methods are sufficiently effective and at the same time available to the wider public (their economic side). In my dissertation thesis I focus on the potential of EMW radiation utilization not only for liquidation of biotic pests (fungi, fungi, wood decaying insects), but also elimination or reduction of necessary conditions for survival or development of these biotic pests. Therefore, my work also focuses on the presence of moisture, because moisture is a common factor in the vast majority of problems associated with the occurrence of biotic pests. Due to its intensity, it is one of the less time-consuming method and therefore a more cost-effective (economically) method. The research I conducted at VUT FAST focused on the use of microwave radiation in the control of biotic pests, under conditions that are close to those on real constructions. The use of a microwave method to eliminate biotic pests and at the same time to remove moisture has proved to be advantageous.
Residential Building - Lesná
Kyselá, Jana ; Manová, Ludmila (referee) ; Menšíková, Naděžda (advisor) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
Residential house is located on site sloping to the south. Main access road is from the street ‘Tomečkova’. The place is located in the south-eastern part of the housing estate ‘Lesná’ and it is also close to the group of small houses, called ‘Divišova kolonie’. Building is designed as two separate units connected in one functional block. The intention was to use the sloping land to create a terraced house with gradually diminishing material, for better exposure to sun and the formation of terraces. Proposed white façade, with dark window frames complements object’s gradation. The southern part of the site was designed as a front place with vegetation and access roads for pedestrians. All footpaths around the building are paved.
Recreational facilities Náklo
Vymětal, Jaromír ; Šuhajdová, Eva (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is a new building of a recreational pension with restaurant and wellness facilities in Náklo. It is a multi-storey building with three above-ground and one underground floors, located near Lake Kobylnik. The accommodation capacity of the boarding house is 26 beds. The proposal respects both the municipal plan and the existing surrounding area. It has a rugged floor plan with a central staircase. The vertical supporting structures are made of sand-lime blocks. Ceiling structures are made of prestressed reinforced concrete panels with cavities and reinforced concrete monolithic panels. The object of the holiday house has two types of roofing. Classical sloping saddle roof and flat roof above the central part. A water surface and a recreational area are designed on the parcels concerned. The proposed building is situated in a perspective area for tourism, near the Litovelské Pomoraví Protected Landscape Area.

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