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Design of asphalt mixtures with the use of higher amount of RAP
Pavličík, Petr ; Matoušek, David (referee) ; Varaus, Michal (advisor)
In the introduction of the Master’s thesis describes for obtaining and processing of reclaimed asphlalt. Major point of the thesis is design of asphalt mixtures with use of higher amount of RAP for asphalt binder course. Asphalt mixtures were designed with contents of 0%, 30%, 50% and 70% of RAP. On each asphalt mixtures were compared parameters set out by functional tests – resistence to permanent deformation and resistence to water.
Quality Management Tools
Matoušek, David ; Řezníčková, Hana (referee) ; Fiala, Alois (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to describe the course of managerial planning and quality improvement. The thesis starts with a description of basic concepts related to the subject and their expansion.Continues with the quality planning phase, where I describe two quality planning methods. On this part follows chapter of quality improvement. Here I divided the subject and described it. In the penultimate chapter, I focused on the two most important methods used in planning and improving quality. The last chapter focuses on human factor in quality planning and improvement and its impact on the effectiveness of the described methods. In the end, I summed up my findings and evaluated them.
Asphalt mixtures with the use of higher amount of RAP
Mucha, Bohumír ; Matoušek, David (referee) ; Varaus, Michal (advisor)
At the beginning of the Master’s thesis the asphalt mixture of the type asphalt concrete and its basic properties are described. The main point of this work is to compare the functional properties of asphalt mixtures with the addition of higher amount of RAP and various rejuvenators used in the experimental section. From individual samples of asphalt mixtures taken during the laying, the control tests were carried out and the process of permanent deformation with the wheel tracking test was monitored. After that, using functional tests the properties of asphalt mixtures with conventional modified and unmodified asphalt bitumen enriched with the addition of declaring similar properties were compared.
Design of asphalt concrete mixture and determinantion of water resistance
Renza, Jaroslav ; Matoušek, David (referee) ; Varaus, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis describes and tests designs of asphalt mixtures of the type asphalt concrete according to the National Annex of the revised standards ČSN EN 13108-1 Asphalt concrete. Designs of mixture were followed by comparing of its resistance to water.
Design of asphalt concrete mixture and determinantion of the resistance against permanent deformation
Němec, Jan ; Matoušek, David (referee) ; Varaus, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the problem regarding asphalt concrete mixtures, concretely ACO 11+. This type of mixture has low resistance to permanent deformation (rutting) while high temperatures are present. The binder and aggregate tests regarding physical and mechanical properties were carried out. Subsequently the new mixture was designed on the basis of stricter requirement for grading envelope and air void content. The design mixture was tested for resistance to permanent deformation. From the obtained results the change in the national annex of the standard ČSN EN 13108-1 is considered in terms of change in testing temperature for some kinds of binders. The same tests were conducted in others asphalt laboratories in the Czech Republic to ensure the maximum comparability.
Development of methodology for study of mechanical activation of chemical reactions at phase boundaries
Matoušek, David ; Kalina, Lukáš (referee) ; Šoukal, František (advisor)
This Bachelor thesis deals with impact of mechanochemical activation on a nature of interphase region in macro-defect-free composites (MDF). MDF composites are highly perspective material on a polymer-cement basis. The most significant advantage of this material is high flexural strength (cca 150 MPa). High strength is caused by high-shear mixing of mixture of cement, polymer, water and plasticiser in twin-roll mill. High-shear stress leads to mechanical activation of reactions between cement and polymer and creation of weak or even strong interactions in interphase region. This work aimed on creation of interphase region by contact of surfaces of two moulded tablets – polyvinyl alcohol and monocalcium aluminate. Next step was construction of simple apparatus, able to define the rate of mechanical activation in interphase region. The most important part of this work concentrated on analysis of activated interphase region by XPS.
Mechanical activation of chemical reactions at interfaces of MDF composites
Matoušek, David ; Másilko, Jiří (referee) ; Šoukal, František (advisor)
The thesis deals with study of mechnochemical activation of chemical reactions at interphase of MDF composites. MDF composites are high-perspective composite materials on polymer-cement base. They excel especially in terms of flexural strengths. High flexural stregth is caused by binding interactions between the polymer and the cement. This interactions arise due to mechanochemical activation of raw material mixture at the stage of production. This work focuses on the creation of artificial cement-polymer interphase by contacting the surfaces of two molded tablets (polyvinyl alcohol and monocalcium aluminate), activation of chemical reactions at interphase by means of specially designed appartus, which achieves good plane-parallelism of activation surfaces and good definability of activation conditions (shear rate, pressure). After experiments under different conditions, the activated surfaces are analyzed by SEM, EDS, XPS and FT-IR.
Evulation of the Financial Situation in the Firm and Proposals to its Improvement
Matoušek, David ; Klíma, Jiří (referee) ; Zinecker, Marek (advisor)
This thesis evaluates the financial and economic situation of the company Železárny Štěpánov, spol s. r.o. It uses a prime financial analysis methods based on financial statements from the time period of 2004 –2007. Besides the theoretical and the analytic part contains suggestions and recomendations for an improvement of the company´s current position with regards to company opportunities and strategy of its future enterprise.
Process optimalization ayout of the printing center using lean production methods in the company IMI International Ltd
Matoušek, David ; Bláha, Lukáš (referee) ; Strejček, Jan (advisor)
This Master's thesis deals with the design of a new workplace and the optimization of the process of printing production documentation for given production sections at IMI International Ltd. The solution to the problem begins with an analysis of the process that pointed to certain types of waste. Then, the process was optimized and a more efficient workplace with ergonomic features was designed. In the last part of the thesis the proposal is technically and economically evaluated.
Proposal to Implement Agile Methodology for Project Management
Rajčan, Miroslav ; Matoušek, David (referee) ; Juřica, Pavel (advisor)
In my thesis, I will focus on the processing and comparison of the waterfall and agile project management methods. I will describe the actual project management, what methods can be used, and what advantages or disadvantages can be found in the agile and waterfall approach. I will talk about the team members starting from the leadership roles over the scrum master to ordinary team members. The result of my work will be the answer to the question of whether the company surveyed by me is suitable for the agile project management approach.

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