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Revitalization of a traditional cottage in Kopanice
Černák, Jakub ; Formánek, Marian (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The aim of my bachelor´s thesis is revitalization of the traditional cottage in Kopanice region. The project is divided into two parts. The first part contains the documentation for building permission and the second part contains the design of the renewable energy source. During the development of the project documentation, emphasis was placed on the energy efficiency of building, the material used in the project and quality of indoor environment. The house is situated in Slovakia in the village Vaďovce. Revitalization respects the original appearance of the building. House is going to be divided into two parts, one part for guest on ground floor and the second part for family of four in the attic flat. Both flats have a separate entrance. In the guest part is the kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom with toilet. In the attic flat are two kids rooms, bedroom, living room with kitchen and bathroom. Utility room is situated next to the entrance hall of the attic flat. The original part of the house has stone and mudbrick walls. The ceilings are made of wood concrete. New parts of walls are made of blocks. The house is insulated with natural hemp insulation. The house will be heated by floor heating. The thermal comfort during tropical summer days will be provided by ceiling cooling. Source of heat/cold will be a reversible heat pump, type air-water. Auxiliary heat source will be fireplace with water coil. The ventilation of the house is going to be mechanical with heat recovery. Mechanical ventilation unit will have water coil to adjust the air temperature. Renewable source of energy is going to be a small wind power plant with power 5 kW. The wind turbine will be producing electric energy for this house. The house is connected to water main and sewer system. Rainwater will be accumulated and reused for watering. Spare water will be infiltrated into ground. The energy performance certificate is necessary part of this bachelor thesis.
Energy efficient building of a family house in Šumperk
Máchová, Klára ; Počinková, Marcela (referee) ; Blasinski, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to design a modern two-storey single-family house that minimizes energy consumption. The site is located in a new development area in Šumperk. The focus of the work is on designing an earth-sheltered home for a family of four and maximizing the usage of a steep building site. The first floor, accessible from the northwest, comprises service areas such as a garage, workroom, and utility room. On the east side of this floor, there is a bathroom, guest bedroom, and family room, which also serves as a home wellness area. The primary living area occupies the left part of the second floor and leads directly to the terrace. The right section of this floor is the rest zone, including a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom and a walk-in closet, two children's bedrooms, a bathroom, and a separate toilet. The load-bearing walls consist of aerated concrete blocks and sand lime blocks insulated with EPS. The horizontal structures are designed from in-situ reinforced concrete, ensuring structural integrity. A flat green roof helps the building blend into its surroundings and accumulates a significant part of the rainwater. The remaining water is stored in an underground tank and is used for garden irrigation and watering plants. The main source for heating, cooling, and hot water preparation is an air-to-water heat pump. During the day, it is partly powered by photovoltaic panels on the roof and remains connected to the grid. Building services include underfloor heating, cooling via a fan coil system, and mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR). The energy performance certificate, categorized as A, is part of the documentation.
Heating of an apartment building
Choutka, Martin ; Horká, Lucie (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the design of heating and hot water preparation. The thesis consists of three parts. Theoretical part, calculation part, and project part. The theoretical part addresses transfer stations and central heat supply. The calculation part includes the design of the heating system and hot water preparation. The heat source consists of two hot water transfer stations. The project part contains project documentation and a technical report.
Energy-saving family house in Šumice
Jurák, Štěpán ; Rubinová, Olga (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to design a energy-saving detached house located on the outskirts in the village of Šumice, located of Uherské Hradiště district. The house consists of two floors, with a second-floor step-in terrace, a flat sedum roof on the top, and a one-car garage. The main entrance is facing the northwest. The social area of the house is on the first floor, including a dressing room, a utility room, a bathroom, a toilet, a study room, and a living room that is connected to the kitchen and dining room. The quiet zone is on the second floor, consisting of two children's rooms, a master bedroom with a walk-in closet, a bathroom, a toilet, and a small storage room. The house is based on concrete foundation strips. The vertical load-bearing structures are designed from ceramic blocks with thermal insulation. Horizontal load-bearing structures are reinforced concrete slabs. The building is heated by the air-water heat pump. The main heating system is a floor heating system combined with radiators and towel radiators. The utility room is designed with mechanical ventilation with a heat recovery unit. Exhaust and intake are located on the north facade. Fresh air is supplied in living rooms and exhaust air suction in the garage, bathrooms, and walk-in closet. The building is connected to the water mains and the combined sewer. In the heat pump is installed a hot water cylinder. Stormwater accumulated in the tank then used for toilet flushing and watering the garden.
Energy-saving detached house in Bučovice
Šilerová, Zuzana ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The aim of the Bachelor’s thesis is to design near-ly zero-energy detached family house for a family of four. The thesis has two parts. The first part presents documentation for building permission. The second part presents the design of selected building services. The house is located on a flat plot in Bučovice. It is a two-storey square shape house with a flat green roof, a wooden terrace and a carport for two cars . On the ground floor, there is a social part, i.e. a living room connected to a kitchen, a study room, a bathroom, a toilet and a utility room. On the second floor, there is a private zone with a master bedroom, two children bedrooms, a bathroom, a toilet and a walk-in closet. The house is based on foam glass and a reinforced concrete foundation slab. The vertical structures are masonry made of aerated concrete blocks. The external walls are insulated with the ETICS.The horizontal load-bearing structures are made of cast in place reinforced concrete. The design building services contains the design of vetilation system, solutions for sewage and rainwater, electrical installation and heating. The work deals with the heating system in more detail. The main source of heat is air-water heat pump. The building will be heated by underfloor heating. The air exchange will be provided by the mechanical ventilation with heat recovery. Sewage will be treated in the domestic waste water treatment, clean water will be infiltrated in to the ground on the premises. Rainwater will be collected in storage tank and used for watering the garden. The thesis also includes assessment of fire safety, thermal, daylighting and acoustics. energy performance certificate. The building aslo has energy performance certificate and falls into the classification class A – extremely efficient
Energy-saving detached house at the Zaječí hora
Habrún, Ján ; Doležalová, Jana (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor’s thesis is to design compact house for family with efficient orientation to maximise daylight in living spaces and with efficiently used energy including renewable sources. It is located in Brno – Sadová in new development area. This energy-saving detached house is two-storey building with attached garage, both with flat sedum roof. It is without cellar, so utility room is attached next to the garage and the position of this room is designed with consideration to minimize lengths of connections. On the ground floor is situated bathroom, WC, storage room, kitchen connected with living room and dining room, so it’s a social zone. On the first floor are two child’s rooms, bedroom, bathroom and study and that is a private zone. The vertical structures are masonry, made of aerated concrete blocks insulated by the ETICS system. Horizontal load-bearing structures are made of prestressed reinforced concrete. Part of documentation is aimed for building services. The main part includes heating system, another services like ventilation and rainwater management are designed as a concept. The building is designed with air-to-water heat pump as the main source of heating and preparing domestic hot water. The heat will be distributed throughout the building by floor heating. Mechanical ventilation with heat recovery is designed as ventilation system. The documentation also includes Energy Performance Certificate of the building.
Energy-saving family house in Moravany
Květoň, Jakub ; Uher, Pavel (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the design of a passive house for a four-member family in Moravany. The building plot features a flat terrain and the house itself has a flat roof with a roof parapet. It is designed as a two-story structure. The first floor comprises the living room connected to the dining room, a bathroom, the main bedroom, a WC, a utility room, and the main entrance. The utility room, situated on the north side of the building, is positioned close to the heat pump. The second floor serves as a quieter zone with bedrooms. The masonry system is constructed using sand-lime bricks, while the slabs are monolithically made from reinforced concrete. The foundation system consists of several concrete strip footings. The ventilation unit is installed in the utility room, positioned under the ceiling, with duct installations located in the drop ceiling. The total air volume of incoming and outgoing air is approximately 500 liters. The ventilation system is designed to reduce natural ventilation and thereby decrease the overall heat loss of the house. Heating is provided by a hydronic floor heating system powered by an air-water heat pump located outside the house. The floor heating system operates at temperature gradients of 37/32°C and 37/30°C, with the power of each heating circuit set 30% higher than necessary. Anticipating a sizable garden area, an accumulation tank with a capacity of 8m3 is included in the design. For internal plumbing, HT pipes are specified.
Energy-saving family house in Zborovice
Kovář, Vilém ; Horák, Petr (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The aim of my bachelor’s thesis is to design a detached energy efficient house for a four member family. The building is located in Zborovice village in a housing area that is yet to be constructed. It is a two-story building with a rectangular shaped floor plan and a flat roof. On the first floor is a living room connected with a kitchen, a bathroom, a toilet and a utility room. There is a balcony door in the living room that leads to a terrace on a garden. On the second floor there is a master bedroom with a walk-in closet, two rooms for children, an office, a bathroom and a toilet. Structural system of the building is masonry system designed from sand-lime blocks. Horizontal load-bearing structures and foundations are designed from cast-in-place reinforced concrete. The building is supplied with potable water from a water main and with electricity from an electric distribution system. Some electric energy will be produced by photovoltaic panels. Waste water will be discharged into a sanitary sewer. Rainwater will be collected into a harvesting tank and used for irrigation. Ventilation in the building is provided by a MVHR system. Heating system is designed as an underfloor heating powered by an air to water heat pump. On the Energy performance certificate is the building rated as A.
Energy-saving family house in Postřelmov
Komenda, Pavel ; Vendlová, Lucie (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is the design of Energy efficient house in Postřelmov. This house is in new development area. The building has a rectangle shape with two floors. The building has a green flat roof and the ceilings are made of Spiroll. Car port is attached to the house on southern site and terrace is attached on east site. Both constructions are designed from timber. The main entrance is situated to north site. On the first floor is situated parent‘s bedroom with WC and bathroom. The kitchen is open to dining room and living room. Second floor is primary for children and their bedrooms with bathroom and home office. External, load bearing and partition walls on the first floor are consist of ceramic blocks 380 mm. External walls has also ETICS system consist of mineral wool 200 mm. Partitions on the second floor are made of Plasterboards. The building services include floor heating and mechanical ventilation services. Heating is facilitated by an air – water heat pump, primarily powered by solar energy harvested trought photovoltaic panels on the roof during daylight hours. The utility room also has battery storage for excess energy, which is used to power the rest of the house. Rainwater from all the roofs of the building is collected in a storage tank and the excess amount is drained into the ground using retention blocks. Additionally, the energy efficient house has integrated passive building elements that meet the requirements for classification in class A of the energy certificate.
Energy-saving family house in Jablunka
Mrnuštík, Petr ; Vrána, Jakub (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The bachelor’s thesis focuses on designing a low-energy detached house in village Jablunka. Thesis is divided into two parts, first one is aimed at structural and architectural design, whilst the second one focuses on building services, especially heating with solid fuels. The house is divided into a two-storey and a single-storey part. Ground floor includes master bedroom, utility room and mainly open-plan living room connected to kitchen which opens onto a deck and garden. First floor then includes two bedrooms and study. Both floors have their own bathrooms with separate toilets. Structural system is designed as masonry walls from aerated concrete blocks, which are transferring load onto plain concrete foundation strips. Floor slab is to be made of reinforced concrete. Two-storey part is covered by prefabricated rib–and–filler gable roof with 15° slope, from aerated concrete fillers and reinforced concrete, the one-storey part has flat roof. Walls are insulated by 140 mm of mineral wool, plinth then by 120 mm of XPS. Ground slab will be insulated by 220 mm of graphite EPS, floor slab is insulated by 40 mm of impact sound insulation from mineral wool and 50 mm of EPS with installation layer. Flat roof is insulated by 220–340 mm of mineral wool with screed to fall function. Gable roof is then insulated by 180 mm PIR panels. Rainwater will be collected and stored in rainwater tank for gardening use, overflow will then lead to drainage blocks, where the water can be absorbed into soil, with overflow into stormwater sewer system. Ventilation is designed equal pressure, mechanical with enthalpy heat recovery exchanger and heating battery covering ventilation losses. Main heating source is solid fuel boiler, storing its energy in 750liter hot water tank, from which is the heat distributed into 200liter domestic hot water tank, ventilation heating battery and heating elements such as convectors, panel and rail radiators. As renewable source of energy is designed photothermal panels which will mainly heat domestic hot water, excess heat will then be stored in hot water tank.

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