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Apartment building
Kyselák, Jan ; Lavický, Miloš (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the project documentation for the construction of an apartment building with nearly zero energy consumption. The plot is in the eastern part of the town of Třebíč, in a partially built-up area. The terrain slopes towards the southern side of the plot. The building is situated in the southeastern part of this plot. It is a standalone brick apartment building, topped with a flat roof covered with PVC-P membrane waterproofing. The building consists of two main rectangular blocks placed side by side, with their longer sides parallel to the local service road (Modřínová Street). A third smaller block forms the entrance to the roof. The building also features balconies on three sides. The apartment building has one underground floor and four above-ground floors, containing a total of 15 residential units. The underground floor includes a communal garage for 5 vehicles, utility facilities, and storage spaces. Additional storage spaces are located on the first above-ground floor, which also houses the main entrance to the building. The vertical structures are designed using the Porotherm system. The basement perimeter walls, and ceiling structures are made of monolithic concrete. The staircase is prefabricated with Schöck elements for impact sound insulation. The building has been assessed for fire safety and building physics.
Evacuation of Disabled Persons from Hight Buildings
Marek, Milan ; Mika, Otakar Jiří (referee) ; Kyselák, Jan (advisor)
In the introductory part the Bachelor´s thesis solves an evacuation of people complex, especially its inclusion in valid legislation of Czech Republic. Secondly, the categorization of incidents and means of separation of evacuation. Then, this work gradates to an evacuation of persons with reduced mobility, with a focus on social care sphere. The aim is to define an incident and all factors affecting the evacuation of persons and the identification of facilities of escape routes in buildings with residential care. In the last part of my work are described recent state solutions of people evacuation in social care institutions, based on monitoring made of selected residental care providers.
Ceramic materials in engineering
KYSELÁK, Jan
This thesis deals with ceramic materials, especially technical ceramics. It is specialised in partition of ceramics and ceramic materials and also deals with the processing and production of ceramics. Ceramic materials were studied in practice in several Czech companies, where a personal excursion and photo documentation was performed. An integral part is the comparison of technical materials not only in the sphere of technical ceramics, but also a comparison with materials such as metals, polymers and composites. Furthermore, a didactic aid was prepared for teaching in the form of examples of individual ceramic components, from ceramic powders, products before firing, to individual final products. These ceramic components were obtained with the help of two Czech and one multinational company.
Evacuation of Disabled Persons from Hight Buildings
Marek, Milan ; Mika, Otakar Jiří (referee) ; Kyselák, Jan (advisor)
In the introductory part the Bachelor´s thesis solves an evacuation of people complex, especially its inclusion in valid legislation of Czech Republic. Secondly, the categorization of incidents and means of separation of evacuation. Then, this work gradates to an evacuation of persons with reduced mobility, with a focus on social care sphere. The aim is to define an incident and all factors affecting the evacuation of persons and the identification of facilities of escape routes in buildings with residential care. In the last part of my work are described recent state solutions of people evacuation in social care institutions, based on monitoring made of selected residental care providers.

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