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CDE Capabilities in a BIM Urban Engineering Project
Shvets, Yulia ; Gottvaldová, Jana (referee) ; Pilný, Ondřej (advisor)
The topic of this thesis is the possibility of a common CDE data environment in a BIM urban engineering project. The thesis deals with the assessment of the benefits and disadvantages of digitization of documentation in various areas of urban engineering using a common data environment as the only source of data during the entire life cycle of a construction object. The theoretical part discusses the basic concepts of BIM modeling, BIM documentation and the current state of the BIM field in the Czech Republic. The practical part shows the connection of the information model and the common data environment. Based on the results of the project, the CDE options of the urban engineering project were evaluated, and the important points of CDE implementation in practice were proposed.
Traffic Solution Study in the Skalka area in the Náchod City
Čížková, Veronika ; Gottvaldová, Jana (referee) ; Pilný, Ondřej (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design of the traffic solution of the local road on the outskirts of the city of Náchod and outlining the possible use of the surrounding areas. The drawings were processed in the Civil 3D program. The output of design of the corridor, created with regard to the irregularlyshaped terrain and compliance with the design parameters given by decrees and technical standards, would, after its implementation, reduce traffic in the area.
Civic amenities building
Zachar, Dominik ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Berková, Petra (advisor)
The aim of master´s project is to design a new civic amenity building. The chosen type of building is a cinema in cadastral area Strážnice. It is a three-storey building with a walkable roof. On the first floor there are 2 cinema hall, bufet, canteen, storerooms and sanitary facilities. On the second and third floor there are sound room, projection room sanitary facilities and air conditioning engine room. On the roof there are terrace with cafe bar. The vertical loadbearing structures are designed from reinforced concrete in all storeys. The building is insulated by a contact thermal insulation system. The horizontal loadbearing structures are designed from prestressed spiroll panels. The staircase are designed from reinforced monolithic/cast-in-place concrete slab.The flat roof consists of a flat roof with extensive greenery and a terrace. Building is heated by stationary gas condensing boiler. Ventilated by air handling unit and cooling by outdoor cooling unit. Artificial lighting will be provided by dimmable LED lights. Rainwater will be collected in a tank and reused. On the flat roof is situated photovoltaic system. The spatial acoustics were designed so that the calculation of the reverberation time in the room meets the requirements of applicable standards and regulations.
The Kindergarten in Brno-Tuřany
Kallab, Štěpán ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis is the design of a new kindergarten building in Brno - Tuřany. The building has two classrooms and one workshop for the creation of ceramic products. It is a one-storey building. The building has two types of roofs: a flat green roof and a mono pitched roof covered by metal. The external walls is designed by ceramic blocks with external thermal insulation composite system (ETICS). Around the building is fencing, parking area and paved areas which lead to the kindergarten. Behind the building is a playground. Heating is provided by ground-water heat pumps and photovoltaic panels. The classrooms are heated by floor heating. The building has air conditioning. The building uses rainwater to flush the toilets and lawn irrigation. The third part of diploma thesis includes solutions of interior acoustic environment. Classrooms is subordinate to norm and standards as an interior sound reverberation or sound reflectance. Acoustic solution is based on optimal design of absorptive materials and interior facing.
The Guest House with Restaurant
Švecová, Michaela ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The subject of this master´s thesis is making a project documentation for a new constructed guest house with a restaurant. The object is designed in Karlov which is part of region Žďár nad Sázavou. The object is connected to local transport and technical infastructure along the east edge of the building plot. The object is a free-standing, two-storey building with a basement under part of the building. The main function is temporary accommodation and catering. The south part of the building serves as the guest house and the north part serves as the restaurant. Main entries are situated on the east part of the building which are connected to a parking lot with a thirty-seven parking places. The guest house is a two-storey building with a small basement and an inhabited attic. There are connecting corridors in the first and second floor, also, with the main guest accommodation. There are technical premises in the basement. In the guest house there are 11 guest accomodations with projected capacity of 32 persons. The restaurant has only one ground storey with a flat roof, and no basement. There is a wooden terrace on the west side of the restaurant. Projected capacity of the restaurant is 83 persons including persons on the terrace. The construction system is made of ceramic blocks for the upper storeys and concrete blocks in the basement. The building is based on concrete foundation strips in combination with structural formwork. The horizontal structures are made of reinforced concrete monolithic ceilings. The building is insulated by a contact thermal insulation system (ETICS) with polystyrene insulation. The roof of the guest house is a gable roof made of purlins with an inhabited attic. The construction of the restaurant´s roof is a flat roof with a pea gravel where the main part is made of reinforced concrete monolithic ceiling. The parapets are made of a structural formwork.
Extension and Retrofit of the Healthcare Centre
Batke, Ľuboš ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The diploma thesis is a project focused on the conversion of an administrative building into a healthcare centre. In the past, the building served as an administrative building and the headquarters of the district department of the Slovak Police Force. The existing building will serve the residents of the town as a healthcare facility after construction modifications including an extension and modernization. Extension is necessary due to the insufficient capacity of the existing building. Extension will have a masonry vertical support system made of aerated concrete blocks. The floor structures will be made of prestressed hollow core slabs. The project significantly changes the original state regarding the functionality of the building, in which 17 outpatient clinics and a radiology workplace will be created. The layout together with the materials is described in detail in the project documentation and in the text part of the work. The diploma thesis also presents the method of necessary adjustments to the immediate surroundings. The original project documentation of the object was not available, all information was obtained by measuring and inspecting the building in February 2021.
Cinema, Television and Conceptual Transmutations in Samuel Beckett's 1960s Prose
Nixon Kiryushina, Galina ; Pilný, Ondřej (advisor) ; Wallace, Clare (referee) ; Weller, Shane (referee)
This dissertation examines the impact of Samuel Beckett's close personal and professional engagement with film and television technologies on the form and content of his prose works of the 1960s. It begins by charting Beckett's interest in cinematography and its complex but key role in the development of his aesthetics during the 1930s, the formative and intellectually rich period to which he kept returning throughout his life and writing career. Drawing on letters, unpublished manuscript material, critical and creative writings as well as numerous contemporary resources, the dissertation traces the evolution of Beckett's thinking about the practice and theory of cinema across the decade, including documentary film, montage editing, and the decline of silent black-and-white cinema, and sets this into a context of the wider cultural debates in modernist Europe around the significance of film as an art form. The dissertation then argues that this experience comes to inform his practical encounters with the media of film and television during the 1960s and beyond, starting with Beckett's work on Film in 1963, and considers the ways in which these modes of expression and their specifics in turn prompted creative impulses for the development of an entirely new conception of Beckett's fiction. It does so...
Cultural Identity and Gender Stereotypes in Christina Reid's plays Joyriders and Clowns
Vašková, Petra ; Wallace, Clare (advisor) ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee)
Thesis abstract The thirty-year conflict in Northern Ireland, also known as the Troubles, has inspired many works written and set in this period. The Northern Irish playwright Christina Reid wrote several plays depicting life in the centre of the Troubles. However, contrary to the trend in Northern Irish literature, she focused on characters who lived on the margins of the historical narrative. She regularly portrayed characters who broke cultural and gender stereotypes, thus created a space for cultivating equality in Northern Ireland. This thesis examines two of her plays, Joyriders and its sequel Clowns, in a socio-cultural context. These two plays were chosen because they have not received as much attention in the critical conversation as her other plays, and they provide a clear insight into many aspects of cultural conflict and gender issues. This thesis focuses on arguing that Christina Reid breaks gender and cultural stereotypes in her plays through the addition of characters, that were not common in the Northern Irish literary canon, to the historical narratives, showing the real representation of the area. Structurally, the thesis has five chapters including the introduction and conclusion. The second chapter examines the socio-cultural context of Northern Ireland, traditional cultural identities...
Anna Burns's No Bones and Milkman: Bildungsroman and Trauma
Klečanská, Štěpánka ; Pilný, Ondřej (advisor) ; Wallace, Clare (referee)
Despite the term Bildungsroman being associated mainly with novels of the 18th and 19th century, this genre, or at least its features, persists in contemporary literature. Manfred Engel defines three main assumptions for the definition of the Bildungsroman: one central figure who undergoes development, which usually commences in childhood and ultimately reaches maturity, with Bildung referring to the formation of identity. The Bildungsroman is intertwined with society since it features rebelling or conforming to it. The genre, which originated thanks to the changes in society, developed with societal changes and several variants of the genre appeared. Critics eventually began to recognize female and feminist Bildungsroman that introduced a female protagonist, which was not usual in the earlier novels of the genre. The rise of new female protagonists in the twentieth century was partly caused by the fact that women were able to gradually obtain the same opportunities formerly available exclusively to their male counterparts. The Bildungsroman in Irish literature follows the general tradition of the genre in many aspects. Nevertheless, there are some recurring features typical of the Irish tradition. One of the frequent themes is leaving as a means of finding one's identity or potential. Unlike in...
Heat-moisture and Heat Storage Properties of Heavy Structures of Sloping Roofs
Pilný, Ondřej ; Ostrý, Milan (referee) ; Novotný,, Marek (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The heavy claddings of sloping roofs are increasingly being incorporated into the common constructions of family houses, apartment buildings and other civic amenities. Thanks to the increasing demands for energy savings in the form of ever-tightening values of heat transfer coefficients and other thermal engineering requirements, these designs are the answer to how to achieve the requirements more easily. Furthermore, they are able to influence the passive thermal stability of interiors and thus solve not only the issue of overheating of buildings, but also to achieve energy savings in the case of thermal stabilization of the interior throughout the year. However, if there is a lack of understanding of these different constructions for heat-moisture and heat storage behaviour, there is a risk of the opposite effect and a risk of deterioration of interior thermal stability. Therefore, it is necessary to better understand these structures in terms of behaviour and the impact that their use has on the building itself. Also, it is desirable to understand the effect of changes in their partial material properties and of the composition itself on the functioning of heat-moisture and heat storage properties of compositions that use these materials.

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