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Energy-saving building of a family house in Třebíč
Kousalíková, Jana ; Počinková, Marcela (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor’s project is to design a detached passive house. The project is focused the structural and architectural design, the design some of building services, building physics and fire safety of building. The plot is situated in the south of Třebíč and terrain is almost flat. The entrance to the plot is in the north and the entrance to the house is in the west. The house has two floors and flat roof, the carport has flat green roof. On the first floor there is a wind lobby, cloakroom and utility room, hallway, guest room, bathroom and big open space which includes kitchen and living room. On the second floor there are three habitable rooms: bedroom, two children’s rooms, bathroom, toilet and two dressing rooms. The structural system consists of masonry walls. External walls are form sand-lime blocks with ETICS, load-bearing walls are from sand-lime blocks and partitions are from aerated concrete blocks. The floor slabs are from prestressed hollow core slabs and the building is based on strip foundations and permanent formwork blocks. The building services which are designed in this project are heating, mechanical ventilation, electricity service cable and stormwater management. In the house there is a mechanical ventilation unit with heat recovery. Heating is provided by air source heat pump and the stormwater is stored in the accumulation tank. Stormwater will be used to watering the garden and the excess of stormwater will be infiltration into the soil. Part of the electricity is provided by photovoltaic panels on the flat roof. The part of project is certificate of energy performance of building, rating of construction for heat conduction, acoustics, daylighting and their assessment with legislation.
Air conditioning design in a car showroom
Satina, Marek ; Uher, Pavel (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The bachelor‘s thesis deals with the design of air conditioning units for the car showroom in Brno. The work is divided into three parts. The first theoretical part is focused on individual types of distribution elements and their use. The second part deals with the actual design of individual air conditioning units. In the last third part of the bachelor’s thesis a project is processed, which contains an engineering report and technical drawings.
Air conditioning design in a kindergarten
Kopecká, Aneta ; Rubina, Aleš (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on designing an air conditioning system to achieve the best indoor microclimate and optimal function. The first theoretical part covers approval, service and types of air conditioning cleaning. The second part of the thesis consists of computations performed at the project documentation level for the entire facility, including the kindergarten and a section of the first floor of a building with nursing services that is connected to the school. The technical report, equipment specifications, and drawings are presented in the final third part of the bachelor's thesis.
Air conditioning design in a disco club
Kvasnica, Peter ; Rubinová, Olga (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the design of air conditioning systems of a disco club, which is divided into two functional zones, the dance area, and the backstage area. The main objective of the thesis is to propose suitable controls and systems for air management and maintaining optimal climate conditions in both zones. The theoretical part addresses the measurement and regulation of dehumidification. It discusses the impact of humidity on comfort and environmental quality, dehumidification technologies and methods, parameters of air dehumidification, and methods for measuring relative humidity of air. The next section of the thesis deals with the computational part, where the object is analyzed, parameters and thermal balances of the object are proposed. Air flow calculations, dimensioning of distribution elements and piping network, and the design of appropriate air conditioning units are also performed.
Air conditioning of commercial premises
Rapavá, Magdaléna ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Uher, Pavel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis titled Air-conditioning of commercial premises deals with the design of the profession of air-conditioning for a two-storey building located in Brno. We have designed two air handling units for the building, each serving one floor of the building. On the first floor we focused on the design of hot air heating in winter and cooling in summer. We focused the design of the unit for the second floor on cooling during the summer period. In the building there are hairdressing, massage, manicure and pedicure salon and a café. For the functionality of the building are also designed sanitary facilities, day rooms for employees of the premises, warehouses, boiler room, technical room for the location of air handling equipment. The thesis is composed of three parts: theoretical, computational and design. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the heat gains of the buildings. The computational part deals with the steps of calculations that lead to the design of the air conditioning system. LindQST, Teruna, Atrea software are used in the design process. The design part processes the necessary project documentation in the specified scope.
Environmental family house Sunflower
Krumpolec, Leoš ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Rubinová, Olga (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis presents design of an L-shaped two-storey family house with a flat roof for a family of four on the outskirts of Vinary u Přerova in Olomoucký region. The house is designed on a cast-in-place ground slab based on foam glass, and its carcass is constructed of aerated concrete blocks. The external walls are insulated with EPS. The partitions are made of sand-lime blocks. The floor slabs and roof slabs are comprised of a precast concrete panel. The house is divided into a two-storey part and a single-storey part, both with green roofs. The first floor includes a wind lobby, a guest room with walk-in robe, a study, a bathroom, a separate toilet, a utility room, a pantry, and an open area consisting of a kitchen and a living room that leads directly to the terrace. The corridor also features a half-turn staircase that leads to the second floor, which has a master bedroom with walk-in robe, a children's bedroom, a bathroom, and a separate toilet. The building services include floor heating, mechanical ventilation, and cooling via fan coils. The air-water heat pump, primarily powered by photovoltaics on the roof during the day and by battery at night, provides heating and cooling. The storm water will be partly accumulated in the substrate layer of the roof and the rest will be accumulated in accumulation tank underground. The house has elements of passive building and falls in A class rating of an energy certificate.
Heating of a multifunctional house
Dlabačová, Nikola ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The solution to the work is the design of the heating system of the whole building, including the solution of the boiler room, in which it is proposed to place elements for pellet heating, hot water heating and control elements of the solar system, which provides heating during the summer months and, in the rest of the year, tv preheating.
Air conditioning design in the theater
Vladyková, Pavlína ; Rubinová, Olga (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The aim of the work is to design an air conditioning system for the auditorium and stage of the theatre that will cover the heat gains and partly the losses. The work is divided into three parts - theoretical, computational and design. The first part deals with the carbon dioxide concentration in the interior. The second part contains all the necessary calculations and design of the air conditioning system in the theatre. The third part is practical - it contains the technical report, technical specification, and control scheme. Drawings of the proposed air conditioning system are also part of this work. The procedure has been carried out in accordance with the applicable standards and guidelines
Energy-efficient falconry building in Brno
Dorazilová, Tereza ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Rubinová, Olga (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is the design of a Gymnasium (“Sokolovna”) situated in Brno. The thesis is composed of three parts – architectural and structural design, building services and measurements. The first part deals with building design, layout of rooms and materials design be. Building has two above ground floors, and it should be mainly used as a sports and cultural centre. On the first floor, there is a large gym, a vestibule, changing rooms for cultural events and a small canteen. On the second floor, which is intended mainly for sports activities, we can find bathrooms, changing rooms, a small gym and a room with bouldering wall. Main load-bearing material will be ceramic bricks. Other materials which we can find in the design are mineral wool, polystyrene, glass, concrete, wood etc. The second part of this thesis is focused on building services: heating, ventilation, lights, photovoltaic panels and rainwater management. The last part is devoted to measuring the photovoltaic panel with air fan. The measurement deals with the relation between the intensity of solar radiation and the outside temperature also with the difference between the outside temperature and surface temperature of the PV panel. An anemostat and datalogger were used to measure temperature and solar radiation. The results shows that the surface of the PV panel is absorbing, PV panel also can be used as an air collector and last result is that in winter, when the outside temperature is low it can be high intensity of solar radiation too, so PV panel it can be used in whole year.
Optimization of air conditioning in the office building
Hrbáček, Tomáš ; Uher, Pavel (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis titled "Optimization of air conditioning in the office building" deals with the issue of heat load. Its understanding and correct determination is the primary step towards the correct design of air conditioning systems. The work is divided into three parts. The first part of the work, the theoretical part, serves to bring closer the theory of heat gains and heat load. Specifically, it is the external part of the thermal load, its division, description and calculation procedure of the individual parts. The second part of the work, the calculation part, focuses on the application of theoretical knowledge to a specific building. Specifically, on the proposal of two alternative solutions for the current state of the air-conditioning equipment in the 3rd floor of the administrative building serving the meeting ro-om. These are more economical variants, which, compared to the original design, carry with them certain limitations in the form of reduced comfort of use. The object for which alternative proposals were prepared is an administrative building in the town of Náchod in the Hradec Králové region. It is a four-story building with a flat single-skin roof. Inside the building, there are mainly office, communication and hygiene spaces. The third part of the thesis deals with the application and partial automation of the thermal load calculation procedure from the theoretical part and examines the influence of the glazing area of facades on the solar gains of various buildings. It describes the method of calculation, the data obtained and finally summarizes and evaluates the results. Excel software and the VBA programming language, whose development environment (IDE) is integrated in Excel, were used for the calculations.

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