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Steel interior staircase in the polytechnical building in Bratislava
Redecha, Martin ; Horáček, Martin (referee) ; Pešek, Ondřej (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the design and assessment of the supporting steel structure of the staircase in the multifunctional building in Bratislava. The staircase is located in the entrance atrium in an open space between the 1st floor to 3NP with a total height difference of 6850 mm floors. The approximate ground plan dimensions of the staircase construction are 5500 x 5100 mm. The construction of the staircase was designed from enclosed SHS 50x4 steel profiles in steel S355 J2. The construction system represents truss beams of various shapes that are connected to each other by horizontal and oblique dams. All rods are from the profile. Anchoring is rebuilt by anchor plates with a thickness of 15 mm with 4 chemical anchors and threaded rods M12, 8.8. The static calculation was the program by RFEM 6.06. Subsequently, manual calculation and assessment of the most stressed rods were made by internal forces and design and calculation of anchoring. The C-Fix Online program Fischer was also used to design chemical anchors.
Cableway station in Pec pod Sněžkou
Kornfeldová, Nathaly Sarah ; Horáček, Martin (referee) ; Balázs, Ivan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design and assessment of the steel structure of the cableway station in Pec pod Sněžkou. The steel structure with floor plan dimensions of 24 x 48 m and a height of 12,5 m consists of 9 transverse frames spaced 6 m apart. This creates a lattice frame, which is supported on the other side by an inclined column made of steel open cross-section. In the middle transverse frame, due to the necessary space required for the exit of the cable car, the column is omitted. The spatial stiffness of the construction is secured by bracings. The construction is designed from S355 steel.
Industrial hall
Čerbák, Jakub ; Balázs, Ivan (referee) ; Horáček, Martin (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was the design and assessment of the steel supporting structure of manufacturing hall. The main frame is formed by a frame with a span of 30 m and a plan length of 72 m. The height in the centre of the main frame is 10,3 m and the axial distance of these frames is 6 m. The used material is steel S 355. Thesis includes the assessment of selected load-bearing elements, details and their drawing documentation.
Steel structure of indoor pool
Lengyel, Barbara ; Pešek, Ondřej (referee) ; Horáček, Martin (advisor)
The content of this bachelor's thesis is the design and the assessment of the loadbearing steel structure of an indoor pool. Ground plan dimensions are 30×84 m and the height of the structure is 14 m. The main supporting system is composed of 15 main trusses in 6 metre distance. The main truss is formed by a truss girder in the shape of a wave, which is on one side pinned on steel column and on the other side is pinned on concrete column. Main columns are fixed in main course and pin supported in longtudinal course. Frontal columns are pin supported in both courses. Main trusses are connected by purlins and girts. Spatial rigidity of the structure is ensured by system of longitudinal and sway bracings.
Kinnert, Filip ; Löw, Jiří (referee) ; Michl, Jan (referee) ; Horáček, Martin (advisor)
Is it possible to perceive places and architectural forms as meaningful but without symbolic references? Is it possible to talk about the spirit of a place and life in things without kitschy sentimentality? This thesis approaches architecture as a built environment, and studies how we humans can relate to the context of the natural environment not only by means of interventions but also by satisfying the urge for meaning by mutual co-creation. A certain way of thinking, mainly oriented toward utility and abstract concepts, makes it impossible for us to viscerally connect with our environment. This appears as a part of the environmental crisis, the loss of sense of place, and the inability to create new soulful places. The theoretical basis for this thesis is theories by Christopher Alexander. His idea of wholeness overcomes the apparent alienation from nature, or the division between the subject and so-called “objective reality” and allows us to approach life and the environment in another way than as a mere mechanism. From the perspective of wholeness, the study of architectural language consists of recognizing the meanings of architectural forms as references on the one hand and, on the other hand, meanings of forms that express value by themselves. The latter belongs to the experience of our own subjectivity. Such meanings are expressed for example by art, but they are present in everyday life, and they can be reflected in the order of things, or in places thanks to our own experience of home – a place par excellence. In this endeavor for recognition, I search for support in the works of researchers of the phenomenological approach to architecture, and experts in the fields of philosophy, art, and science, who seem to work with the same assumption of wholeness. Using induction, comparison, and logical argumentation, I point to the correlations between the approaches, and I use their terminology as complementary in my own observations and examples. I offer this thesis to the discussion on the unified architectural theory. I also see opportunity in a vision of sensitive continuity on the richness of the architectural heritage without showing off the “ever new" architectural forms and, on the contrary, scrupulous imitation of "historical" forms. The mainly theoretical work is added with empirical research, in which I point out that some non-visual characteristics of structures can be of the same or even greater importance in evaluating the degree of life (wholeness) than the visual complexity. In doing so, I question some of the conclusions of the leading researchers in the field who investigate the concept of wholeness quantitatively.
Airport terminal
Mika, Václav ; Pešek, Ondřej (referee) ; Horáček, Martin (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with design and structural assesment of the steel airport terminal in Prag-Ruzyne. The project is designed in two options. The dimensions of the rectagular floor plan are 79,3 x 98,65 m. The height of the building in highest point is 21,5 m. The airport terminal contains 9 main frames spaced by 9 m. The cladding of the roof and the side walls is designed by sendwich panels. The face wall is made by glass facade system.
Steel Structure of Sport Hall
Hrabovská, Kristýna ; Balázs, Ivan (referee) ; Horáček, Martin (advisor)
The principal aim of this thesis is to design and assess the steel structure of a new sports hall located in Slavkov u Brna. The hall should be used mainly for common collective ball sports. This fact places minimal requirements on the dimensions of the building. The hall has rectangular shape with dimensions of 61x30 meters, height of 12.5 meters and a saddle roof with angle of slope 10°. Its main frame is created of truss with pin-supported beams. The spatial rigidity of the structure is secured by longitudinal and sway bracings. The bars of the steel structure consist of rolled sections. The cladding of hall made of panels manufactured by Kingspan. Panels are supported by wall girts and roof purlins. A permanent load on the building is considered due to the weight of the steel structure and panels and variable load is considered due to the snow load and wind load. Steel S235 is used as the construction material.
Steel Structure of Velodrom
Dušek, Ivo ; Pešek, Ondřej (referee) ; Horáček, Martin (advisor)
Design of load bearing steel structure of a sports hall for track cycling. Examination of main load bearing structural members. Solution of chosen details of joints. Elaboration of production drawings of chosen sections.
Steel structure of a sport hall
Lorenc, Jakub ; Horáček, Martin (referee) ; Balázs, Ivan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor’s thesis is the design and assessment of main load-bearing elements of the steel structure of sport hall in Lužice. The building is of rectangular plan of dimensions 37,12x51 m and height 12,8 m. The load-bearing structure consists of arched truss girders, which are pin-supported by fixed columns. The distance between main trusses is 6 m and they are connected by purlins and girts. The spatial rigidity of the structure is ensured with a system of bracings. The structure elements are made of steel class S235, the cladding consists of sandwich panels.
Steel structure of industrial hall
Pavlas-Jirásek, Václav ; Horáček, Martin (referee) ; Balázs, Ivan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the design of a main load-bearing steel structure of industrial hall with two overhead cranes. The floor plan dimensions are 24 × 60 m, height of building is 16 m. The main structure consists of pin-supported symetrical truss girders on columns with centre to centre spacing 12 m. The truss purlins are pin-supported on the girders. The columns are fixed in the lateral direction. Spatial rigidity of the structure is secured by system of bracing. The base material is steel of class S355.

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