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Energy-efficient building
Somogyiová, Viktória ; Wierzbická, Helena (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor’s thesis is to design a passive single-family house and develop its project for building permission. First part of the thesis is dedicated to structural and architectural designs. The building is designed as a two-storey detached house with gable roof and attached garage with flat green roof. Plot is located in a sloping terrain in Brno-Líšeň. First floor is partially under the ground and includes storage rooms, utility room and social zone consisting of living room and kitchen with dining area. The second floor is proposed as a private zone including two bedrooms, master bedroom with dressing room, shared bathroom and toilet. The building is based on strip foundations made from reinforced concrete. The structure of the first floor is from concrete blocks of permanent formwork, the second floor is masonry from sand-lime blocks. External walls are insulated with ETICS. Floor slab is made from hollow core pre-stressed concrete panels and roof structure consists of a timber truss. Second part of the thesis presents elaboration of energy certificate and concepts of following building services: ventilation with heat recovery, water and electricity supply, wastewater treatment plant and stormwater treatment. The focus of this part is a project documentation of heating system using water-air heat pump in combination with floor heating. Part of the thesis are also solutions of fire safety of the building, daylighting, thermal and acoustic properties of proposed structures.
Energy-saving building of a family house in Třebíč
Kousalíková, Jana ; Počinková, Marcela (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor’s project is to design a detached passive house. The project is focused the structural and architectural design, the design some of building services, building physics and fire safety of building. The plot is situated in the south of Třebíč and terrain is almost flat. The entrance to the plot is in the north and the entrance to the house is in the west. The house has two floors and flat roof, the carport has flat green roof. On the first floor there is a wind lobby, cloakroom and utility room, hallway, guest room, bathroom and big open space which includes kitchen and living room. On the second floor there are three habitable rooms: bedroom, two children’s rooms, bathroom, toilet and two dressing rooms. The structural system consists of masonry walls. External walls are form sand-lime blocks with ETICS, load-bearing walls are from sand-lime blocks and partitions are from aerated concrete blocks. The floor slabs are from prestressed hollow core slabs and the building is based on strip foundations and permanent formwork blocks. The building services which are designed in this project are heating, mechanical ventilation, electricity service cable and stormwater management. In the house there is a mechanical ventilation unit with heat recovery. Heating is provided by air source heat pump and the stormwater is stored in the accumulation tank. Stormwater will be used to watering the garden and the excess of stormwater will be infiltration into the soil. Part of the electricity is provided by photovoltaic panels on the flat roof. The part of project is certificate of energy performance of building, rating of construction for heat conduction, acoustics, daylighting and their assessment with legislation.
Heating of a multifunctional house
Dlabačová, Nikola ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The solution to the work is the design of the heating system of the whole building, including the solution of the boiler room, in which it is proposed to place elements for pellet heating, hot water heating and control elements of the solar system, which provides heating during the summer months and, in the rest of the year, tv preheating.
Heating of a multifunctional house
Paták, Martin ; Horká, Lucie (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The aim the bachelor´s thesis is to adrress the heating of a multifunctional building. The thesis consists of three parts: theoretical, computational, an design. In the theoretical part. The work focuses on large-scale heating ond cooling systems using ceiling panels. The computational part involves the design of heating and heat preparation for the multifunctional building, which includes a dental offices, a hair salon, classrooms, offices, and residential unit. An air/water heat pump in split configuration is proposed as the heat source. The building is heated using panel radiators and convectors, Hot water preparation is addressed through a priority non-electric storage tank. An electric heating insert assists in preheating the hot water. Thedesign part includes a technical report and drawings prepared based on the computational part.
Heating of a multifunctional house
Mrlina, Pavel ; Vendlová, Lucie (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The main content of the bachelor's thesis is the solution of heating for a multifunctional building. The thesis is divided into three parts: theoretical, computational, and design parts. The theoretical part focuses on heat substations. The computational part is dedicated to the design of heating and hot water preparation for the multifunctional building. The building houses a dental hygiene office, administrative spaces, a shop, staff lounges, and storage areas. The building is heated using panel radiators and bench convectors. The heat source is provided by a heat substation connected to a central hot water supply system. The heat substation is thermally independent and is equipped with plate heat exchangers for both the heating system and hot water heating. The design part includes drawings and a technical report. These documents are prepared based on the computational part.
Heating of the pension
Mrhálek, Jaroslav ; Vyhlídalová, Karolína (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to solve the heating of the pension. The thesis is divided into a theoretical part, a calculation part and a design part. In the theoretical part the thesis focuses on pellet boilers. The calculation part contains the design of heating and hot water preparation. A pellet boiler is chosen as the source. Plate and pipe heating elements and convectors are designed in the building. Solar collectors are also designed for hot water heating. The project part includes a technical report and drawings.
Heating of an apartment building
Vojtovič, Daniel ; Topič, Jan (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The bachelor thesis solves the design of heating of an apartmant building at cadastreal area Markvartovice. The building has three floors, no basement and it‘s covered by gable roofs. Two air-water heat pumps are designed as a heat source, all in SPLIT variant. Hot water preparation is designed as preferred. Bacherol thesis is divided into 3 parts – theorical, calculation and project. The theoretical part is about heat pumps. The calculation part is about design of the building heating and hot water preparation. The building is heated by a system of radiators. The building ventilation is natural. Heat sources are located on the first floor in the technical room and externals sources are located right in front of the aparmant building directed to area of technical services located next to neighboring plot. The project part contains project documentation and a technical report.
Environmentally friendly office building in Židlochovice
Brychta, Radek ; Počinková, Marcela (referee) ; Rubinová, Olga (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design an environmentally friendly office building in Židlochovice. It is divided into three parts. The first part focuses on the architectural and structural design of the building. The second part deals with the design of the building services. The third part is focused on the comparison of results of the energy performance certificate developed in DEKSOFT and in Energie 2020 by Svoboda software. The building has two above-ground floors and with a flat extensive green roof and it is design is at the building permit phase. On the first floor there is an electronics store, adjacent warehouse and sanitary facilities. On the second floor there are offices with sanitary facilities. The load-bearing walls and partitions are made of ceramic blocks. The floor structures are made of cast-in-place reinforced concrete. The perimeter masonry is insulated with the ETICS. Heating is provided by an air-to-water heat pump, which is located on the roof of the building. The building has mechanical ventilation with heat recovery. Mechanic ventilation units are located in a technical room situated on the second floor. Cooling is provided by fancoils. Photovoltaic panels are installed on the roof of the building.
Large-area heating/cooling systems
Čechlovská, Michaela ; Topič, Jan (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with heating and cooling of an administrative building with a cafe. The thesis is divided into three parts – theoretical, practical and experimental.The theoretical part deals with large-scale heating and cooling systems. Ceiling heating and cooling systems are described with their advantages and disadvantages. Another topic which is described are the types of hydraulic connection of the system. The practical part is devoted to the actual design of the heating and cooling of an administrative building with a cafe. This part deals with two options of the proposal. In both of these variants, an air/water heat pump is designed as a source of heat and cold. As a first option, heating and cooling are designed using ceiling active plasterboard panels and radiators. In the second variant, a system with heating elements is designed for heating and fancoil under-ceiling units are designed for cooling.The experimental part deals with measurements, which are focused on a ceiling panel used for heating and cooling. The measurement deals with determining the properties of a single ceiling panel. The role of this measurement was to determine the pressure losses at different flow rates, peak performance and efficiency of this ceiling panel.
Boilers and boiler rooms for pellets combustion
Straka, Štěpán ; Formánek, Marian (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The Diploma thesis deals with the design of the hot water rating system and with the preparation of the hot water in the mountain guestshouse. The theoretical part describes boiler for the pellets combustion and includes requirements on the services and installation. This part also describes some necessary accessories of the boiler, types of the fuel and the two main methods of the determination of the operational efficiency. The calculation part deals with the design of the heating system by the plate radiators, design of the hot water preparation, photovoltaics, forced ventilation and with the design of the necessary technical equipment. The source of the heating energy will be designed in two variants. In the first variant will be the boiler for the pellets combustion source. In the second variant will be two hanging gas condensing boilers connected with the cascade connecting which are the source of the heating energy. The last part of the Diploma thesis describes the experimental measurement where was taken the measurement of the operational efficiency of the boiler for the pellets combustion.

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