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Additive Technologies in Construction: Shifting the Paradigm of Building
Vaněk, Vojtěch ; Chomová, Štěpánka ; Pěnčík, Jan
Additive manufacturing is gaining importance in the building construction industry. With 3D printers for concrete or other materials, there have been significant advances in the material properties and technical excellence of the printed structures, which has enabled their huge expansion in the construction market. If properly embraced, additive manufacturing in the construction industry can bring about fundamental changes in structural design, crating safer, more efficient, economical, environmentally friendly and aesthetically attractive building elements and structures. Another application in the construction industry is in space construction. Here it has a major role in the use of autonomous site control on distant planes, which can be first tested, used and developed on Earth.
Shear Testing of Bonded Joints of Cement and Reinforcing Fibre Composite Material
Nespesny, Ondrej ; Vaněk, Vojtěch ; Pěnčík, Jan
This publication focuses on the testing of bonded joints of cementitious and reinforcing fibre-based composite materials in shear, which is one aspect of the selection of joint properties in numerical modelling. In this study, experiments were conducted with different parameters such as adhesive type, surface preparation, and curing time to achieve optimum bond strength. The experimental results were analysed and compared. The results can be used as a basic resource for structural design. The article is related to the issue of testing interior staircases made of cement and fibre-reinforced composite material.
Vejr, Tomáš ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The thesis solves the project of a kindergarten in the field of inclination 7%. The kindergarten is located on the plots number 570, st. 373, st. 374 in the village Vrané nad Vltavou. The building has two floors and one basement. The kindergarten is for 60 children and for 11 employees. The building serves as a preschool institution for raising children. The supporting structure consists of a precast concrete frame supplemented in the basement by a cast-in-place wall and a foundation slap. External walls and partitions form sand-lime bricks Sendwich. The external walls are completed with Orsilt TF Profi mineral insulation th. 280 mm. The floors are made of prestressed concrete floor slabs Spiroll PPD 256 th. 250 mm supported by T and L primary beams. The building ends with a could extensive green roof. The slope and space for the blow-in insulation Climatizer Plus uses Steico Joist 400 I-beams. Windows are wooden frame Optiwin Purista and doors are Optiwin Entrada.
Masonry family house
Pěkný, Jiří ; Balúch, Tomáš (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
Subject of this thesis is composing project documentation for a brick family house. Building consista of two upground levels and a cellar. New building will be built in village Tover. It will serve as a full time house for four-person family. Main entrance and inbound to the object is on the first floor level from local comunication. House is cube-shaped with adjacent garage for two cars. Vertical supports will be made of ceramic brickwork with contact isolating system ETICS. Ceilings will be made of MIAKO system and roof is seat-shaped with ceramic covering. Project will be composed in AutoCAD program.
Possibility of using EMW radiation for killing biotic pests
Gintar, Jan ; Klečka,, Tomáš (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The remediation of building elements and structures in terms of moisture and sterilization (inactivation) of biotic pests is dealt with quite often in construction practice and in the construction industry itself, and is thus a topical issue. The issue is dealt with by specialized companies that know the use of available technology on the market, or are themselves involved in the development and improvement of these devices. Several methods are known for the removal of moisture and sterilization of biotic pests, with sufficiently high-quality data on the technology used, the suitability of the equipment used, a more detailed description of the application of the methods themselves and the results themselves. The methods themselves, for removing moisture and eliminating (inactivating) biotic pests, must be chosen according to individual requirements, as some methods will be more appropriate (more effective) and some less suitable. For the practice itself, however, it is important that the methods are sufficiently effective and at the same time available to the wider public (their economic side). In my dissertation thesis I focus on the potential of EMW radiation utilization not only for liquidation of biotic pests (fungi, fungi, wood decaying insects), but also elimination or reduction of necessary conditions for survival or development of these biotic pests. Therefore, my work also focuses on the presence of moisture, because moisture is a common factor in the vast majority of problems associated with the occurrence of biotic pests. Due to its intensity, it is one of the less time-consuming method and therefore a more cost-effective (economically) method. The research I conducted at VUT FAST focused on the use of microwave radiation in the control of biotic pests, under conditions that are close to those on real constructions. The use of a microwave method to eliminate biotic pests and at the same time to remove moisture has proved to be advantageous.
Dance school Brno
Belousova, Anastasiia ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The theme of The Bachelor's thesis is a design of the dance school in Brno-Zabrdovice area. The project focuses on a contrstruction of a buildingless gap on the crossing of the Milady Horakove and Prikop streets. The goal is to cover up two large areas of adjacent buildings with a new building. The object is divided into two parts. The first one has a better access for the public. Inside there is a large dance hall that can be rented for various events, music school for adults and a cafe with a terrace on the third floor. The second part is a major eight-story building, which includes dance halls of various sizes, locker rooms with their own sanitation facilities and spaces designed either for rent or as the offices of teachers of the dance school. The upper floors are reserved for students‘ accommodation. Each accommodation unit includes a bedroom, a small kitchen, a dressing room and sanitary facilities. The roomes are suited for one or two students. The entire underground floor is used to park cars and store bicycles. There are also technical rooms and a Boiler Room. For the convenience of residents, the building wis designed as a pass-through. There is a small park with leveling staircases located at the back yard. During the summer season, the lawn can be used as a recreation place for students or residents of the city. The entire structure is designed in accordance with the requirements for Immobile use of structures. The multifunctionality of the new building ideally complements the existing educational facilities of the city, such as kindergartens, high schools, grammar schools and universities.
Sports relaxation center Lipno
Schuster, Miloš ; Dohnal, Jakub (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
This diploma thesis consists of a project of a sports relaxation centre in Lipno. The object is designed to be suitable for accommodation, catering and sports purposes. The building has atypical floor plan with a flat roof above the accommodation and catering sections. Above the part for sports purposes there is a sloping roof. In the basement, a corridor for running, a technical room and wellness facilities such as whirlpool, sauna and massages, could be found. On the first floor, there is catering section, in the southern part of the first floor there is accommodation section and in the northern part sports hall, gym and squash courts with appropriate facilities. The second floor copies the first floor with its similar purposes besides the fact that there is no catering section.
Multifunctional building Brno - Líšeň
Rudolecká, Anna ; Fišer, Jiří (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
Bachelor thesis examines the creation of individual stages of project documentation to the study of the new building from subject AG035. The project deals with the new multifunctional house located in the district Lisen on the plot of land p. No. 4418/1 in the cadastral territory of Brno. The plat is situated on a sloping terrain. The project takes into account solving of surrounding areas as well, particularly in front of the area and connection to the public transport infrastructure. The mass of the object consists of four large blocks. Two of them are double-storey and two are single-storey. Blocks are interconnected by a glass tunnel, set on a symbolic pedestal. The pedestal is formed from two recessed floors of underground parking. The object is four-storey with two overground floors, which are mostly commercialized in the form of lettable spaces (e. g. for business, services, administration, etc.). Another part of the floors is used for technical and hygienic facilities. Two underground floors can be used by employees and visitors for car parking. Access to these floors is provided by a car lift, personal lifts and two stairs that connect all floors. The principle of the draft consists in the intention to place the mass of the building in the environment in the most sensitive way, so that the building doesn't act heavily, such as the surrounding settlement, but naturally follows the surrounding two-storey houses. That was achieved by the material solution of the above-ground floors. Five materials prevail in the exterior. Extensive vegetative roof, face concrete, two types of fitted facades (DuPontTM Corian® facade panels + glass panels with a sign symbolizing the crowns of trees and shrubs; other types of facade are vertical metal lamellae). Another predominant material is glass, which is used for the interconnection tunnel and the north and south facade.
Nursery in Presov
Hudáček, Štefan ; Bartoš, Tomáš (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The diploma thesis is a project of two-storied kindergarten in Presov. The facility is designed for four departments with a total capacity of 80 children and a separate kitchen. Building plot is situated on the outskirts of settlements in the Construction area in a stable area and the master plan is intended for civic amenities. The vertical support structures are designed from sand-lime bricks. Floor structures are designed from prestressed reinforced concrete hollow core slabs. The roof is designed as a flat, green roof. The façade is ventilated and lined with tiles of cement and particle boards.
Multifunctional building Brno - Líšeň
Zemánek, Pavel ; Fišer, Jiří (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
Subject of this bachelor´s thesis is to develop project documents of multifunctional building in Brno – Líšeň. The building has 2 floors and 2 underground floors. On the first floor there are leasable spaces (shops). On the second floor there are leasable spaces (office, doctors). On the first underground floor there are also leasable spaces (office, doctors). On the second underground floor there is car parking. The netrance do the parking floor is secured by outdoor ramp. Structural systém of building is cast-in-place rainforced concrete. The building is based on simple fundation pads and strip foundations. An internal staircase is cast-in-place reinforced concrete. The roofs of the building are designed as warm flat roofs.

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