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Impact of Operation Parameters on Fine Combustion Particles Concentration in the Flue Gas of Biomass Boilers
Poláčik, Ján ; Masaryk, Michal (referee) ; Adamec, Vladimír (referee) ; Pospíšil, Jiří (advisor)
This work deals with the impact of operating parameters on fine combustion particles formation in the flue gas of biomass combustion device. The research part of the work describes the properties of fine particles, its basic division, impact on human health and the environment. The basic knowledge of the influence of biomass combustion process on fine particles production up to 1 µm in size is summarized. The main part describes the experimental setup for evaluating the size distribution of fine particles. The following section describes the experimental setup with measured results for various combustion parameters in laboratory combustion, automatic boilers, as well as in the manual wood-burning combustion device. The main parameters which were tested were combustion temperature, oxygen amount, type of fuel and geometry of the burned biomass. The impact of individual parameters on the formation of the fine particles is evaluated. The final part of the thesis summarizes the ways in which it is possible to significantly influence the emissions of fine particles by the appropriate choice of combustion operating parameters.
Risk Analysis in Banking
Grycová, Jana ; Koblihová, Markéta (referee) ; Adamec, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis is devoted to the issue of risk management in the banking sector. It deals with methods application and analysis of risk assessment. Out of the evaluated analyses, there are proposed measures designed to reduce the identified risks at Sberbank CZ, a.s. The thesis is divided into three parts. In the first part, there is an insight into the issue, history and current trends. Subsequently, there are selected methods via which the next part is elaborated and in the last part there are suggested measures which lead to the reduction of identified risks in the bank.
Exposure to Nanoparticles in Means of Transport
Maslonková, Ivana ; Kadlec, Radek (referee) ; Adamec, Vladimír (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the exposure of nanoparticles in means of transport. The diploma thesis provides an overview of the current state of exposure to nanoparticles in vehicles that people use every day travelling to work. Moreover, the work describes the health risks that can be caused by these particles and have an adverse effect on human health. The work processed data (particle number concentration, particle size and LDSA) which monitored the exposure of nanoparticles in the tram of public transport in the city of Brno and the extent of pollution by nanoparticles at stops.
Exposure to Nanoparticles in Work Environment
Köbölová, Klaudia ; Mikuška, Pavel (referee) ; Adamec, Vladimír (advisor)
Outside to the wide range of potential benefits, the use of nanomaterials can endanger human health and the environment. This diploma thesis presents the results of pilot measurements, where the exposure of nanoparticles was monitored. Based on a literature research a suitable method for measurement was the three-stage OECD model. Based on this model, measurements were performed in three welding workplaces, where nanoparticles are produced incidentally. The measurement consisted of collecting information and measuring the concentration of nanoparticles in the workplace, where data collection was focused only on inhalation exposure. During welding, 0.3 m size particles are produced and their concentration is strongly influenced by the welding material, type of welding and suction. The particles are amorphous in terms of morphology and contain manganese, iron and silicon, which can cause neurodegenerative diseases. Furthermore, the results indicate the importance of monitoring oral exposure.
Nanosafety and the Current Trends in the Risk Assessment of Nanoparticles
Pavlíková, Stela ; Poláčik, Ján (referee) ; Adamec, Vladimír (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the current state of nanosafety. The aim of this paper was to review and critically analyze approaches to facilitate the risk assassment of nanomaterials. In the first part it provides an overview of the most important methods and software tools that are used in this field. Methods were analyzed against a set of relevant criteria. Criteria include consideration of exposure, life cycle and physicochemical properties, transparency, applicability and the field of application. Different criteria were chosen for the software tools. Based on results, a new approach was suggested. The approach takes the form of a diagram based on questions. The purpose of the suggested approach is to recommend the most relevant method, tool or their combination to assess the safety of a nanomaterial depending on known characteristics. The approach was also implemented in a software tool.
Risk Related to the Use of Gas Detectors during Fire Brigade Interventions
Ficová, Patricie ; Zapletal, Jan (referee) ; Adamec, Vladimír (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on the risks associated with the use of gas detectors in the intervention of fire brigade units, specifically in the case of an event associated with a carbon monoxide leak. The diploma thesis briefly explains the procedure of the units of the Fire and Rescue Service of the Czech Republic in terms of gas detection, specifically carbon monoxide. The work focuses on the Fire and Rescue Service of the South Moravian Region and analyzes the current equipment of fire stations with detection means. The output of the diploma thesis is to design a suitable optimization of the unit and measurement, including financial evaluation in various types of emergencies, in which units of the fire brigade may encounter a leak of carbon monoxide. Furthermore, a draft Methodological Sheet is prepared - Interventions with carbon monoxide leakage provide information on carbon monoxide and procedures for activities related to gas leakage.
Risks Related to Involving the Voluntary Fire-fighter Units in the Radiation Situation Monitoring
Myslíková, Veronika ; Strmeň, Milan (referee) ; Adamec, Vladimír (advisor)
This diploma thesis focuses on the analyzing the current state of monitoring the radiation situation by volunteer firefighters units in the emergency planning area in Dukovany nuclear power plant surroundings. The process of measurement is divided into preparation for radiation leakage and application of learned procedures in the case of the occurred radiation leakage. The aim is to identify the dangers in the current process as well as the possible risks in the case of radiation emergency by risk analysis. Based on this analysis, improvements suggestions will be made. These measures will be evaluated by their applicability and their economic value. The system of monitoring by voluntary firefighters will be compared with another monitoring system, which can be also used. The result of the analysis will be a more effective way of monitoring, including safety of the firefighter and less financial complexity.
Risk Assessment in a Municipality with Extended Authority and a Proposal of Measures for Reducing Losses on Public Assets
Struhařová, Ivana ; Sedlačík, Kamil (referee) ; Adamec, Vladimír (advisor)
Dissertation "Risk assessment in selected municipality with extended powers with precautions suggestion to eliminate losses and damages to public assets" deals with analyses and assessment of the current situation at the selected municipality with extended powers. Vision of the first part of the thesis is to analyse current status of the analysis issues and risk assessment on the territory of the municipality. The second part of the thesis contains methods to achieve the risk assessment, evaluation of the current threats in the municipality and will provide a draft measure for the targeted risk management.
Prevention of Human Factor Failure in High-Risk Activities
Bartoň, Andrej ; Adamec, Vladimír (referee) ; Kruliš, Jiří (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on the issue of human error in risk activities. The issue is examined at a company InfoTel, spol. s r. o. offering professional services in the construction and operation of telecommunication networks. The work is divided into three parts. The first part is aimed at obtaining theoretical background serving as a starting point for the subsequent analytical part. The analytical part concentrates on the characteristics of the selected company, organizational structure and work positions. It includes the analysis of corporate processes, contemplating the human factor, its activity and associated risks. The final part of the thesis is devoted to proposals for measures, focusing on prevention of human error in risk activities, leading to improvement of economic result in the selected company.
Methodical Procedures for Assessing the Impact of Extreme Weather on Property Damage
Sedláček, Milan ; Adamec, Vladimír (referee) ; Rožnovský, Jaroslav (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the basic legal prerequisites to determining the amount of damage done to a real estate (building) in the legal framework of Slovak Republic. Its aim is to determine and quantify the property damage caused by extreme weather. It deals with climate problems as well as its indicators. This is accomplished through two different approaches - the analysis of actual damage done to the property for one, and secondly, the damage dealt to the building during its restoration into previous condition. The thesis aims to establish a methodological procedure for calculating all damages done to the property.

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