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Líner, Ondrej ; Vlach, František (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The main goal of diploma thesis is to design a new nearly-zero energy kindergarten in Brno Holásky. It is designed as a L-shape single storey building split into three parts. Two of them are separate classroom, with necessary facilities for children and staff, each classroom for approximately 25 children. The third part of the building is for staff and technical facilities. The building is designed as a masonry wall system with ceramic blocks for the load bearing walls and adobe bricks for the partitions. The superstructure is supported by concrete strip foundation. The roof of the building is designed as a flat extensive green roof supported by prefabricated concrete panels. The walls are insulated with mineral wool and protected with fiber cement boards that create a ventilated facade. The thesis includes the design of lighting, rainwater use, HVAC and hot water heating and photovoltaic system. The rainwater stored from the green roof is used for toilet flushing. Ventilation in the building is provided by two air conditioning units with a system of heat recovery. Heating and hot water preparation is provided by two ground-to-water heat pumps. Electricity is partially supplied from photovoltaic panels placed on the roof of the building. The thesis also includes a natural lighting study of daylighting, aimed at meeting standard requirements for daylighting and lighting uniformity.
Flat house SNP
Líner, Ondrej ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The goal of the bachelor’s thesis is the elaboration of project documentation for a newbuilt flat house in Turčianske Teplice. Flat house is designed as four-storey, non-basement building, which houses a total of 15 residential units. The building has a wall construction system made of THERM type ceramic blocks. The ceiling structures are made of reinforced concrete monolithic slabs. The individual floors are connected by a two-arm staircase and a barrier-free elevator. The roofing of the building is designed as a single-skin flat roof. Insulation of the building is provided by an external thermal insulation composite system made of mineral wool.

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