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Single-family house in Troskotovice
Slunečková, Eliška ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis aims to design a single-family passive house. Designed house is situated in Troskotovice on a flat building plot. The house is composed of two volumes: a bigger two-floor part with a gable roof and a smaller one-floor part with a mono-pitched green roof. The house is divided into a work zone in the north and east of the ground floor, a social zone in the south of the ground floor and a private zone placed on the first floor. The structural system of the building is a wood frame with timber truss and joist floors. A cast-in-place reinforced concrete slab is used for the foundation. The first part of the thesis includes architectural, structural, and material designs with assigned calculations such as acoustics, daylighting, energy certificate and fire safety calculations. The second part of my bachelor´s thesis consists of heat, ventilation, and plumbing designs with a focus on the ventilation design. An air/water heat pump is used for heating up domestic hot water and water for a wall heating system. The house is equipped with heat recovery ventilation system. Rainwater from roofs is collected in an accumulation retention tank and used for watering a garden and toilet. Excessive rainwater s infiltrated in an infiltration basin on the plot. Design of the house includes connection to the electrical grid, optical grid, water supply and sewage systems.
Apartment building with a shop in Hustopeče
Oscitá, Tatiana ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
A new residential building with a commercial space was designed on plot number 4542/245 in the cadastral area of the city of Hustopeče. The building has 3 above-ground floors and a basement. The first floor consists of a 3-bedroom apartment (3+KK) and a toy store. The second and third floors are identical, each containing one 3-bedroom apartment (3+KK) and one 4-bedroom apartment (4+KK). The first basement floor houses storage rooms, a utility room, and 3 separate garages. In total, the building consists of 5 residential units and 1 commercial space. The residential area and the commercial space have separate entrances. The entire building, including Apartment 101, is designed to be accessible for people with disabilities. The external load-bearing structures of the above-ground floors are made of ceramic blocks, while the basement floor uses insulated concrete formwork. The foundation structures consist of plain concrete footing strips. The ceiling structures are monolithic reinforced concrete and ceramic concrete panels. The staircase is prefabricated with reinforced concrete. The roof above the residential units is a heavy, sloping green roof, while the roof above the staircase area is flat.
Detached house, Brno
Atroosh, Nashwa ; Kalousek, Lubor (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
Tato bakalářská práce zkoumá architektonické a funkční aspekty rodinného domu s ordinací v Brně-Ivanovicích. Bytový dům je dvoupodlažní s plochou zelenou střechou. Primárním cílem tohoto projektu je vytvořit obytný prostor, který vyhovuje potřebám rodiny sestávající ze šesti jednotlivců. Zvláštní pozornost je věnována ordinaci lékaře, která zajišťuje snadný přístup pro pacienty při zachování soukromí rodiny. Projekt zkoumá použití vhodných materiálů, stavebních technik a stavebních systémů k zajištění odolnosti, bezpečnosti a hospodárnosti. Použité materiály jsou implementovány v celé budově s cílem minimalizovat spotřebu energie a snížit dopad na životní prostředí.
Apartment building in Bučovice
Konečná, Dominika ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
In the town of Bučovice, on plot number 1282/100 in the cadastral area of Bučovice, a new apartment building has been designed. The construction is located on a nearly flat plot. The land-use plan designates the area as residential space for apartment buildings. The building consists of one underground floor and three above-ground floors. There are six residential units planned in the building. The entrance to the building is located on the northeast side and is designed with barrier-free access. The first underground floor houses cellar storage rooms, technical facilities for the apartment building, and three separate garage spaces. On the first above-ground floor, right after the entrance, there is a shared stroller and bicycle storage room. Additionally, there are two 1-room-kitchen (1KK) apartments on this floor. On the second above-ground floor, there are two 2-room-kitchen (2KK) units, and on the third above-ground floor, there are again two 1KK units. The foundation structures are constructed using a system of plain concrete strip foundations. The perimeter walls of the above-ground floors are built with ceramic blocks and insulated with an ETICS (Exterior Thermal Insulation Composite System) contact system with a thickness of 200mm. The staircase and intermediate landings are prefabricated, and the ceiling structures are monolithic reinforced concrete. The building is roofed with a flat green roof.
History and acoustics of traditional timber joist floor structures
Kalousek, Lubor ; Fišarová, Zuzana
The article is focused on the issue of traditional timber joist floor structures, especially from the end of the 19th century to the first half of the 20th century. In common building practice, we very often encounter these structures in residential buildings that are, or were in the past, the subject of structural changes. Unfortunately, during these interventions, the basic ideas of the original technical solution are not always respected and some physical parameters of building are degraded, of which the requirements of building acoustics will be discussed in particular. However, the problem includes not only the actual composition of timber joist floor structure, but also the floor, which forms an integral whole in interaction with it. The article will describe the principles that were devoted to these types of structures in historical legislative and standard regulations and further in professional literature. The original historical solution will be presented on a practical example. In relation to building interventions in historic timber joist floor structures, current legislative and standard regulations will be described, as well as examples of modern solutions and their limitations.
The Kindergarten in Brno-Tuřany
Kallab, Štěpán ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis is the design of a new kindergarten building in Brno - Tuřany. The building has two classrooms and one workshop for the creation of ceramic products. It is a one-storey building. The building has two types of roofs: a flat green roof and a mono pitched roof covered by metal. The external walls is designed by ceramic blocks with external thermal insulation composite system (ETICS). Around the building is fencing, parking area and paved areas which lead to the kindergarten. Behind the building is a playground. Heating is provided by ground-water heat pumps and photovoltaic panels. The classrooms are heated by floor heating. The building has air conditioning. The building uses rainwater to flush the toilets and lawn irrigation. The third part of diploma thesis includes solutions of interior acoustic environment. Classrooms is subordinate to norm and standards as an interior sound reverberation or sound reflectance. Acoustic solution is based on optimal design of absorptive materials and interior facing.
The Guest House with Restaurant
Švecová, Michaela ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The subject of this master´s thesis is making a project documentation for a new constructed guest house with a restaurant. The object is designed in Karlov which is part of region Žďár nad Sázavou. The object is connected to local transport and technical infastructure along the east edge of the building plot. The object is a free-standing, two-storey building with a basement under part of the building. The main function is temporary accommodation and catering. The south part of the building serves as the guest house and the north part serves as the restaurant. Main entries are situated on the east part of the building which are connected to a parking lot with a thirty-seven parking places. The guest house is a two-storey building with a small basement and an inhabited attic. There are connecting corridors in the first and second floor, also, with the main guest accommodation. There are technical premises in the basement. In the guest house there are 11 guest accomodations with projected capacity of 32 persons. The restaurant has only one ground storey with a flat roof, and no basement. There is a wooden terrace on the west side of the restaurant. Projected capacity of the restaurant is 83 persons including persons on the terrace. The construction system is made of ceramic blocks for the upper storeys and concrete blocks in the basement. The building is based on concrete foundation strips in combination with structural formwork. The horizontal structures are made of reinforced concrete monolithic ceilings. The building is insulated by a contact thermal insulation system (ETICS) with polystyrene insulation. The roof of the guest house is a gable roof made of purlins with an inhabited attic. The construction of the restaurant´s roof is a flat roof with a pea gravel where the main part is made of reinforced concrete monolithic ceiling. The parapets are made of a structural formwork.
Extension and Retrofit of the Healthcare Centre
Batke, Ľuboš ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The diploma thesis is a project focused on the conversion of an administrative building into a healthcare centre. In the past, the building served as an administrative building and the headquarters of the district department of the Slovak Police Force. The existing building will serve the residents of the town as a healthcare facility after construction modifications including an extension and modernization. Extension is necessary due to the insufficient capacity of the existing building. Extension will have a masonry vertical support system made of aerated concrete blocks. The floor structures will be made of prestressed hollow core slabs. The project significantly changes the original state regarding the functionality of the building, in which 17 outpatient clinics and a radiology workplace will be created. The layout together with the materials is described in detail in the project documentation and in the text part of the work. The diploma thesis also presents the method of necessary adjustments to the immediate surroundings. The original project documentation of the object was not available, all information was obtained by measuring and inspecting the building in February 2021.
Heat-moisture and Heat Storage Properties of Heavy Structures of Sloping Roofs
Pilný, Ondřej ; Ostrý, Milan (referee) ; Novotný,, Marek (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The heavy claddings of sloping roofs are increasingly being incorporated into the common constructions of family houses, apartment buildings and other civic amenities. Thanks to the increasing demands for energy savings in the form of ever-tightening values of heat transfer coefficients and other thermal engineering requirements, these designs are the answer to how to achieve the requirements more easily. Furthermore, they are able to influence the passive thermal stability of interiors and thus solve not only the issue of overheating of buildings, but also to achieve energy savings in the case of thermal stabilization of the interior throughout the year. However, if there is a lack of understanding of these different constructions for heat-moisture and heat storage behaviour, there is a risk of the opposite effect and a risk of deterioration of interior thermal stability. Therefore, it is necessary to better understand these structures in terms of behaviour and the impact that their use has on the building itself. Also, it is desirable to understand the effect of changes in their partial material properties and of the composition itself on the functioning of heat-moisture and heat storage properties of compositions that use these materials.
Apartment Building in Jablonné nad Orlicí
Tejklová, Šárka ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
At the almost flat plot number 411/3, cadastre unit Jablonné nad Orlicí was designed a new apartment building with an service establishment. Local zoning plan of the village defines the plot as a buildable area. The building has one basement and three floors. There are 7 dwelling units and a hairdresser's in the building. The living area and the service establishment have separate entrances. The building is designed with wheelchair access. On the first floor there is an accessible two-bedroom flat with kitchenette and hairdresser's, on the second floor there are two two-bedroom flats with kitchenette and two studios apartment, on the third floor there are two three-bedroom flast with kitchenette. In the basement there is cellar boxes and technical facilities of the building. The foundations are made of a system of foundation strips made of plain concrete, external wall of floors is walled with clay blocks and insulated with external thermal insulation composite system (ETICS). Staircase and floor structures are made of reinforced cast-in-place concrete. The building is roofed with a non-walkable flat roof.

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