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Energy-efficient "Floret" kindergarten building
Hajkr, Radek ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Rubinová, Olga (advisor)
The task of the master project is to design a single-storey kindergarten with flat extetensive green roof in Chvalčov. The building contains entrance hall, utility room, locker rooms, toilets, kitchen, school canteen, staff rooms, storage room and play rooms. The Building is divided into two similar parts. The vertical loadbearing structure is designing from ceramic blocks. The horizontal loadbearing structure is designed from reinforced concrete. The building is heated by a ground source heat pump supplying heat to floor heating. Another source of heat for the preparation of hot water and heat exchanger in the air handling unit is a gas condensing boiler. The heat pump in reverse operation cool the building via Fan-coil units. For air distribution is designed galvanized ducts and air handling units. The building uses photovoltaics to produce electricity for safe environment when using a renewable energy source and safe money when they no need buy energy from elektricity distribudion networks. The designs were elaborated in Revit, autocad and thermal assessment in Deksoft and similation 2018
Energy efficient building of kindergarten in Holubice
Čtvrtečka, Václav ; Uher, Pavel (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The aim of the master project is to design a kindergarten in Holubice, Czechia. The building has three parts. First includes classrooms and auxiliary premises (locker rooms, washrooms, etc.), second technical and staff facilities and the third one includes a gym with equipment storage. The first two parts are designed using load-bearing masonry, reinforced concrete floor slab and flat roof. Gym has a load-bearing system combining masonry and structural frame covered by a semi-circular flat roof. The whole building is equipped with HVAC systems. Heating energy is supplied by two condensing gas boilers. Air quality will be maintained by an air conditioning system. Photovoltaic panels are placed on the roof to support electricity. Rainwater will be collected in accumulation tanks and further used for flushing on the toilets and garden irrigation. The project was developed using AutoCAD (drawings) and Revit. The secondary task of the work is an extensive measurement of the CO2 concentration in a room with forced ventilation. The aim is to combine automatic regulation of forced ventilation, depending on the concentration of CO2. The result of such regulation is higher air comfort, service life of individual HVAC members and saving electricity.
Design of air conditioning in the family house
Němcová, Aneta ; Jelínek, Ondřej (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The subject of this dissertation is the design of an air conditioning system for a family house. The design contains the actual state, in which a central unit with variable air volume regulators and air supply adjustment is designed. The first version of optimisation offers a simple central ventilation, and in the second version a decentral ventilation for the object. These options were compared based on their purchasing price and additionally from the interior comfort feel point of view. In the next part a long-term measurement of an energy recovery ventilation was performer, and data was processed to evaluate and compare the efficiency with efficiency promised by producer.
Air conditioning design in multifunctional sports hall
Navrátil, Radek ; Uher, Pavel (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the design of air-conditioning equipment in the building of a multifunctional hall in Brno and also includes an experimental analysis of air flow. It consists of 3 parts. In the first part a theory of air distribution is elaborated. The second part deals with the analysis of air flow for different types of air diffusers and for one diffuser further looks for a simplified model. The last part of this work is focused on the design of air conditioning equipment in the assigned building, the multifunctional sports hall.
Design of air conditioning in the swimmingpool hall
Mahovská, Adriana ; Rubinová, Olga (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the issue of ventilation of swimming halls. In the theoretical part, I assess the general issue of air quality in the indoor environment and in swimming halls, ventilation methods and elements for air conditioning in air handling units. In the project part, a complete design of air conditioning for the swimming pool buildings. For ventilation of the pool are created 2 alternative variants of dehumidification of the pool hall and their economic comparison. The experimental part is devoted to the evaporation of water from the water area when moving through water attractions.
Design of ventilation in sports hall
Kučera, Martin ; Uher, Pavel (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The work deals with the ventilation system for the gym. Air conditioning ensures forced ventilation and air supply adjustment to ensure the required temperature and humidity of the indoor climate. The theoretical part is focused on air distribution in ventilation systém.
Energy efficient office building with gym and wellness Kostka
Kotas, Marek ; Počinková, Marcela (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The master thesis describes a complete design of an office building, including its technical equipment. The building's technical equipment contains HVAC, lighting, DHW and photovoltaics design, water demand. The building has two floors. It contains offices, a bistro with a lounge, a wellness area and two gyms, a children's playground and facilities. This master thesis is divided into three parts. Firstly, the thesis presents building documentation with an engineering and an accompanying report. Secondly, the thesis introduces the design of the building's technical equipment and engineering reports. Lastly, the results of a conducted experiment are presented. In this experiment, a system for the optimization of blind tilt angle is proposed.
Energy efficient municipal house
Vozdecký, Jiří ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The main task of the master project is to design a new energy efficient municipal house in Drnholec. The building has two above-ground floors and partial basement. It has a two-part flat roof. One part is green, the other has the bituminous roofing. The basement contains storage spaces and a boiler room. The ground floor contains an entrance hall, toilets, restaurant, a kitchen with storage and a hall with elevated stage. The first floor contains two club rooms, toilets and a room for the air conditioning system. The vertical load-bearing structures are designed from ceramic walls. Internal walls are designed from ceramic blocks. The horizontal load-bearing structures are designed from the pre-stressed Spiroll panels. The building envelope is insulated with mineral wool. The second part of the master project focuses on designing HVAC, lighting and sewage (including stormwater storage basin). The building utilizes an automatic biomass boiler as the main heating energy source. The summer domestic water heating is supported by photovoltaics. The third part of the master project assesses and compares heating of water by photovoltaics and solar thermal collectors. The project was carried out in the AutoCAD, DEKSOFT, Excel and Word.
Environmental solution of administrative building in Hodonín
Snášel, Michal ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Rubina, Aleš (advisor)
The aim of this master thesis is to design a seven-storey office building in Hodonín, Czechia. The building has retail spaces in the basement and first floor and offices in second to sixth floors and utility room and elevator engine room in the seventh floor. Individual floors are accessible via stairs and elevator. The vertical load-bearing structure consists of reinforced concrete walls and columns. Horizontal load-bearing structure consists of cast-in-place reinforced concrete slabs. The roof is flat with photovoltaic power plant connected to main battery. The main source of heating energy for the building is a heat pump (air-water) backed by a secondary electric boiler. Fresh air is supplied by a HVAC unit installed on the roof. Overheating due to solar heat gains and equipment is mitigated by local AC ceiling units. Automated roller blinds reacting to solar gains and glare are installed over the windows. The next part of thesis consists of comparison of pressure properties of sheet metal duct and CLIMAVER system.
Energy-efficient building kindergartens
Zumr, David ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Horák, Petr (advisor)
The master project is divided into three parts. The problematic of first and second part is kindergarten building, its technical equipment and management systems. The third part deals with financial, energy and environmental comparison of different heat systems. The kindergarten is single-storey building without basement and is located in Ronov nad Doubravou, Czechia. Building is based on strip footing and structural system is masonry wall system with gable roof. Material of both load-bearing and non-bearing walls are sand-lime blocks. External walls are insulated by external thermal insulation composite system. Vertical structures are designed from wooden lattice truss. The building site contains also outdoor parking lot and a garden with a playground.

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