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Mid-Span Bridge Steel Structure
Dovičic, Boris ; Štrba, Michal (referee) ; Brosch, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the design of the load-bearing composite steel and concrete structure of the road bridge. The structure span a railway line and a watercourse in the urban area of the district town of Blansko. The centre to centre spacing of the bridge supports is 99.8 m. The construction of the bridge is solved in three variants with the selection of the most suitable variant. Valid Czech technical standards and technical regulations for designing bridges were observed during the design and calculations.
Steel structure of a pool
Dovičic, Boris ; Pilgr, Milan (referee) ; Štrba, Michal (advisor)
Bachelor thesis deals with the design and assessment of the steel structure of the pool hall in the locality of Brno-center (Lužánky). The hall has the floor plan of a rectangle measuring 30x42m. The highest point of the steel structure of the building is at a height of 10,940 m above ground level, the minimum clearance is 7,340 m. The load-bearing steel structure of the building consists of a rectangular system of girders and purlins. The shape of the truss is determined by the upper chord and lower chord. The upper chord is an arc with a radius of 57.3 m, the lower chord is flat with 2 rotation. The centre to centre spacing of the individual main truss is 6 m. The main load-bearing columns and gable columns are pin-supported on round concrete feet from circular hollow section.
Steel structure of a pool
Dovičic, Boris ; Pilgr, Milan (referee) ; Štrba, Michal (advisor)
Bachelor thesis deals with the design and assessment of the steel structure of the pool hall in the locality of Brno-center (Lužánky). The hall has the floor plan of a rectangle measuring 30x42m. The highest point of the steel structure of the building is at a height of 10,940 m above ground level, the minimum clearance is 7,340 m. The load-bearing steel structure of the building consists of a rectangular system of girders and purlins. The shape of the truss is determined by the upper chord and lower chord. The upper chord is an arc with a radius of 57.3 m, the lower chord is flat with 2 rotation. The centre to centre spacing of the individual main truss is 6 m. The main load-bearing columns and gable columns are pin-supported on round concrete feet from circular hollow section.

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