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Power Flow in Traction System and SFC Based Feeder Load Control: Sensitivity Analyses
Klusacek, Jan ; Drapela, Jiri
The paper presents an analysis of active and reactive power control in AC 25 kV 50 Hz railway traction system consisting of both static frequency converter feeder and conventional single-phase transformer feeder. Limits of power sharing between the traction system feeders by means of the converter output voltage is analyzed and, additionally, control strategies aiming to increase the availability of the static frequency converters for services in distribution system is proposed.
Modelling of Electric Traction Vehicles with Regard to the Power Quality and Dynamics of Operation
Bures, Jan ; Klusacek, Jan
The article deals with modelling of traction vehicles being operated in the Czech Republic in the 25 kV/50 Hz power system with respect to their consumption quality and power consumption. Models of typical locomotive categories, sorted according to their electrical equipment and typical power quality, were created in PSCAD . The models are able to simulate the locomotives dynamical operation up to the detail of power quality.
A summary research report focusing on cumulative effects of social disadvantage on health and quality of life
Hamplová, Dana ; Klusáček, Jan ; Adámková, Věra ; Kudrnáčová, Michaela ; Sládek, Martin ; Sumová, Alena ; Topinková, Renáta
The report assesses the impact of socio-economic conditions on quality of life and health. It draws on both a sociological perspective and sociological indicators (i.e. subjective health, subjective quality of life) and a multidisciplinary perspective and biomedical indicators (i.e. biomarkers). The report documents in detail the differences in health by education and marital status, taking into account the work situation. Significant attention is paid to risk behaviours and sleep patterns.
Differences in opinions on family between married and unmarried persons
Rydvalová, Kateřina ; Klusáček, Jan (advisor) ; Vinopal, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor thesis is more focused on the institution of marriage and cohabitation. The aim is to describe the differences in attitudes between married and unmarried people on the role of man and woman in the family in 2020 and also in general between 2013 and 2020. In the first part, the concept of family is first explained and the situation regarding the current family is shown. Thus, the process of individualization, the second demographic transition, and post- materialism are all mentioned. This is followed by changes in family functions. Towards the end of the first chapter, the situation regarding marriage and cohabitation in the Czech Republic is shown. The next chapter focuses on the general division of roles within the family and outlines gender issues. Furthermore, it shows the context of the Czech Republic since the end of World War II in terms of the influence on the division of gender roles and attitudes toward their division. The issue of two-career partnerships is also mentioned here. And then the evolution of views on the division of roles in the family since the 1990s is demonstrated. The next part is already focused on data analysis and interpretation within the secondary analysis. In this bachelor thesis, research on appropriate texts is conducted. It is supplemented by data...
Electrical models of recuperative loads for electrical railway traction system feeder 25 kV, 50 Hz
Bureš, Jan ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Klusáček, Jan (advisor)
The thesis deals with the modeling of drive vehicles from the point of power consumption and its quality that are being run in the Czech republic on the 25 kV/50 Hz current system. The locomotives being run on Czech territory are categorized according to their electric equipment and typical consumption quality, with respect to the historical evolution. The models of individual categories were created with the help of PSCAD simulation software. A system of control and power parametrization of models was also designed, based on the outer description, i. e. parameters of locomotives, line profile and the driving dynamics. Thus, the designed models are suitable for the simulation of energy flow profile in the traction system as a whole.
Influences of Social Activation Services for Families with Children on the Prevention of Risk Behaviour in Children and Adolescent
Morávková, Kateřina ; Klusáček, Jan (advisor) ; Bícová, Tereza Ráchel (referee)
The work deals with the role of social activation services for families with children in the prevention of risky behaviour in children and youth. The aim is to explore whether social activation services for families with children have an impact on the prevention of risky behaviour among children and youth. The theoretical part deals with factors affecting the incidence of risky behaviour among adolescents. Most of the attention is paid to the family. The practical part consists of information obtained from employees of various social services in Litomyšl and Ústí nad Orlicí. It is a summary of their ideas and experience in working with families. At the same time answers to the research question are given. Powered by TCPDF (
Comparison of pension system and its reform in the Czech and Slovak Republics
Šárková, Veronika ; Kotrusová, Miriam (advisor) ; Klusáček, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis " The comparison of the pension system and pension reform in the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic ." deals with the situation regarding the pension system in the Czech Republic and in the Slovak Republic. Author in this work describes a brief introduction to the pension system in the both countries, its development after the 1989 and the characteristics of the current retirement system. The main goal of this work is the reform of the system, with a focus especially on the implementation of the second pillar - pension savings. The aim is to evaluate and describe the changes that have occurred during the execution of the pension reform in both countries. As a part of this evaluation have been characterized similarities and differences in a contemporary setting of the second pillar pension system in both countries. The author also discusses possible reasons for differences in the systems in selected countries.
The conditions and possibilities to care for children of parents who are coming back from maternity leave to work at Lovosice county.
Donátová, Monika ; Klusáček, Jan (advisor) ; Třísková, Soňa (referee)
The aim of this paper was to investigate, what are the conditions and possibilities to care for children of parents who are coming back from maternity leave to work at Lovosice county. How there could be accepted the newly introduced model of care for children, called "the children's group" among the local companies and parents. The theoretical part is trying to fulfill the first part of the goal. Firstly it is talking about the factors that influence decisions about the time parents return to work and also the main theoretical concepts that explain this issue (rational choice theory, preference theory, and cultural theory). Furthermore, it had the task of clarifying the concepts of maternity leave and maternity benefit and their anchoring in the Czech legislation. Followed by familiarization with the different types of child care services, including their current functioning at Lovosice county. The last part examine closely newly introduced model "the children's groups" and topics associated with it. In the practical part I presented the results of research conducted using qualitative methods preferential interviews. The research focused primarily on fulfilling the second part of the set target. In interviews with three parents who were returning from maternity leave back to work and with...
Non-formal education of children: How the family affects the choice of extracurricular activities
Čerňanská, Sára ; Mouralová, Magdalena (advisor) ; Klusáček, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the non-formal education of children, focusing in particular on the description of factors influencing college-educated parents when choosing extracurricular activities for their children, who spend an average of 5 hours per week in extracurricular activities. In the thesis, I focus on primary school children as at this age parents are the key factor that affects children's education and they are the ones from whom the patterns of behaviour and values are transmitted. The aim is to find out what influences parents in choosing extracurricular activities, the extent to which children are participating in the selection and how parents share their roles in providing extracurricular activities. In the research eleven interviews were conducted, on which content analysis was carried out accordingly. The result is a description of factors that affect all parents to a similar extent as the child's personality, interest, age, and the distance of extracurricular activities from home. The main findings are different concepts of non-formal education of some respondents, their distinct levels of control and intervention in the selection, and various ideas as to how their child should spend time. According to these aspects, the three parental prototypical approaches were developed....

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