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Influence of Steering Wheel Holding Techniques on Length of Driving Maneuver
Kašpar, David ; Kadula, Lukáš (referee) ; Mikulec, Roman (advisor)
This master’s thesis deals with the position of the hands on the steering wheel and its impact on the driving manoeuvre time. In the theoretical part, the correct sitting position of the driver, his seat and steering wheel settings were described. Furthermore, the analysis of the initial positions of the palms on the steering wheel was carried out as well as the positions that are recommended for quiet driving on the highway. These positions were analysed in terms of the ability to turn the steering wheel and to provide a range of turning in given positions. For the experimental measurements, a questionnaire for the passenger vehicle drivers was created. The responses were evaluated to construct the most common hand positions on the steering wheel. From the selected positions, test drives were conducted to determine the required time for manoeuvring or the time required for change of hand positions on the steering wheel to perform the manoeuvre.
Analysis of durability and costs of monolithic milling and drilling tools
Kašpar, David ; Osička, Karel (referee) ; Kalivoda, Milan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the durability of different types of monolithic drilling and milling tools made of high-speed steel and sintered carbide. The theoretical part deals with durability, possible types of wear of monolithic drilling and milling tools and related circumstances. The practical part examines the durability of different types of tools for drilling and milling, their comparison in terms of cost and productivity of machining and their impact on production costs in the production of a simple part.
On the testing of new cutting inserts performance
Kašpar, David ; Dvořák, Jaromír (referee) ; Píška, Miroslav (advisor)
The thesis is focused on bar peeling method which is used to eliminate surface defects of rolled and forged cross-section circular products. The theoretic part deals with bar peeling processes. In the practical part are performed short-term tests of current types of inserts, evaluation and identification of their shortcomings. Short-term tests of new types of inserts are also performed and evaluated. For the final testing in operating conditions, which is then performed are recommended the best inserts. Suggestions for improving production are also included.
Extension of the Code Listener Infrastructure Adding C++ Support
Kašpar, David ; Peringer, Petr (referee) ; Dudka, Kamil (advisor)
V této práci je popisováno rozšíření infrastruktury Code Listener, kterou lze použít pro tvorbu nástrojů pro statickou analýzu programů, o podporu zpracování programovacího jazyka C++. Řešení představuje rozšíření pluginu Code Listener bez nutnosti jakékoliv modifikace v již existujících statických analyzátorech, které jsou na této infrastruktuře postaveny. Výsledkem této práce je přidání podpory pro zpracování základních konstrukcí jazyka C++, jako například jmenných prostorů, L-hodnotových referencí nebo tříd.Přínosem této práce je možnost ji dále použít jako odrazový bod pro implementaci zbývající podpory jazyka C++ pro infrastrukturu Code Listener.
On the testing of new cutting inserts performance
Kašpar, David ; Dvořák, Jaromír (referee) ; Píška, Miroslav (advisor)
The thesis is focused on bar peeling method which is used to eliminate surface defects of rolled and forged cross-section circular products. The theoretic part deals with bar peeling processes. In the practical part are performed short-term tests of current types of inserts, evaluation and identification of their shortcomings. Short-term tests of new types of inserts are also performed and evaluated. For the final testing in operating conditions, which is then performed are recommended the best inserts. Suggestions for improving production are also included.
Influence of Steering Wheel Holding Techniques on Length of Driving Maneuver
Kašpar, David ; Kadula, Lukáš (referee) ; Mikulec, Roman (advisor)
This master’s thesis deals with the position of the hands on the steering wheel and its impact on the driving manoeuvre time. In the theoretical part, the correct sitting position of the driver, his seat and steering wheel settings were described. Furthermore, the analysis of the initial positions of the palms on the steering wheel was carried out as well as the positions that are recommended for quiet driving on the highway. These positions were analysed in terms of the ability to turn the steering wheel and to provide a range of turning in given positions. For the experimental measurements, a questionnaire for the passenger vehicle drivers was created. The responses were evaluated to construct the most common hand positions on the steering wheel. From the selected positions, test drives were conducted to determine the required time for manoeuvring or the time required for change of hand positions on the steering wheel to perform the manoeuvre.
Analysis of durability and costs of monolithic milling and drilling tools
Kašpar, David ; Osička, Karel (referee) ; Kalivoda, Milan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the durability of different types of monolithic drilling and milling tools made of high-speed steel and sintered carbide. The theoretical part deals with durability, possible types of wear of monolithic drilling and milling tools and related circumstances. The practical part examines the durability of different types of tools for drilling and milling, their comparison in terms of cost and productivity of machining and their impact on production costs in the production of a simple part.
The role of cultural cummunity centres for local development
Švandová, Andrea ; KAŠPAR, David (advisor) ; ŠKOCHOVÁ-BLÁHOVÁ, Olga (referee)
This Master's thesis named "The role of cultural community centres for local development" examines the local culture facility's part in development potential in given area. The theoretical part of this thesis deals in general with the significance and the part culture plays in sustainable development within both academic and political realm as well as it offers terminology of problems mentioned in this thesis. The conclusions of the theoretical part are practically verified and proofed on a particular example of cultural and community based facility in Prague using a case study method.
Cultural policy of Prague
Rundová, Kateřina ; JEŽEK, Vlastimil (advisor) ; KAŠPAR, David (referee)
This thesis follows mainly approach of the city of Prague to culture and cultural policy. Part one contains mainly the definition of culture, specifics of Czech environment a culture as public service. It follows approach since 2000 to today, from the view of strategic documents and its effects on culture, culture funding and advocacy.
Cultural Policy for Busking and Public Art
Kunc, Jiří ; KAŠPAR, David (advisor) ; SULŽENKO, Jiří (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with a wide field of performing arts in the public space, the so-called busking, in relation to two main lines of thought - partly to the barriers for implementation of activities, across cities; second, to the cultural development policies within the region. Collected theoretical knowledge and practical experience (eg from historical development of urban communities, studies of numerous legislative documents, cultural development policies, the author's own research, numerous observations and interviews with the artists themselves and with representatives of institutions across the world which are setting up standards, analysis of obstacles to the implementation of activities in public space and more) which the author converts first in comparison of two cities - Prague in the first place, and London with a model approach to artistic activities in public space in the second, and than in a series of specific recommendations for the creation of a standard, strategy and related legislation leading to the implementation of measures related to the topic of this diploma thesis within the capital city of Prague. The author works on the assumption that performing arts do belong to the public space, as they have the potential to improve the quality of life, to educate the people and substantially increase their creativity, to develop the potential of sites, to reduce crime, to generate economic multiplication and more.

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