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Sanitary technical installations and gas pipeline in the apartment building
Růžičková, Eliška ; Vrána, Jakub (referee) ; Vaščáková, Alena (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the design of sanitary and gas installations in an apartment building in Brno and its connection to existing utilities. It is an apartment building with four floors above ground and one underground floor. There are four apartments on each floor. The theoretical part focuses on the history of hygienic fixtures. It decribes both the present and the time when people had no idea about furnishing items. The computational part deals with the distribution of rainwater and sewage, water and gas and its connection to public networks.
Energy efficient building of kindergarte in Soběšice
Růžičková, Eliška ; Wierzbická, Helena (referee) ; Vaščáková, Alena (advisor)
The main goal of the master’s thesis is to design a new building of the nursery in Brno-Soběšice. It is one-storey building. This floor is divided to two same parts. In each of them is day room, sleeping room, office, bathroom, cloakroom for children, cloakroom for teachers with shower and toilet and stock for beds. Also there is director office, toilet, hallway, utility room, room for cleaners, sink and stocks. The vertical loadbearing structures are designed from Porotherm ceramic blocks and the hollow concrete blocks. The building is insulated by a contact thermal insulation system ETICS. The horizontal loadbearing structures and the staircase are designed from reinforced monolithic concrete slab. The roof is flat with extensive greenery. The whole construction are based on foundation passports. The building site contains also an outdoor car park with ten parking spot and garden with climbing frames. The project was performed in Autocad and visualization was performed in ArchiCad and Lumion. All constructions comply with valid standards and regulations. Master’s thesis is divided to three parts. In the first part A it deals with the construction design of a building for a building permission. It contains architectural-building solutions, building physics, situation drawing, reports, building design solutions and fire safety solutions. In the second part B it deals with the design of technical equipment of buildings. It includes the design of sewerage system, water, gas, photovoltaic panels, lighting, ventilation and heating. In the third part C it deals possible systems for the use of rainwater. I described possible systems for the use of rainwater and developed a rough calculation for the selected system.
Zhodnocení rycí aktivity prasete divokého v lesním prostředí
Růžičková, Eliška
On 970 ha of the monitored area of Hodonínská Dúbrava, which includes the Hodonínská Dúbrava National Natural Monument, a field survey was carried out in the form of monitoring of wild boar (Sus scrofa) rooting in order to clarify the extent of the wild boar's impact on the forest ecosystem. The subject of the investigation were fresh wild boar rootings, therefore the monitoring was carried conducted after winter, in the spring of 2022. It was necessary to follow established lines evenly distributed over the area and each recorded fresh rooting was documented in the GPS device as well as in a spreadsheet. A total of 2,298 recordings were collected with detailed information on the rooting area, layer or for example vegetation cover. These data were supplemented with LHP data from the Forests of the Czech Republic followed by their evaluation. Wild boar largely preferred medium-aged pine stands and mature oak stands and its activities mainly affected forest types 1S and 1O. In majority of cases, the wild boar rooted to a depth of 25 cm and preferred the soil subtype Cambysem arenaceous. Distance from roads and watercourses became a significant factor in the intensity of rooting.
Non-profit organizations involved in the solution of the COVID-19 epidemic in the South Bohemian Region
RŮŽIČKOVÁ, Eliška
A short message with Governor´s activation order was delivered to all members of the Panel of Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations of the South Bohemian Region on 20 March 2020 during the first wave of the COVID-19 epidemic. The activation lasted 2 months until 27 May 2020. The role of Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations and their coordination done by the Panel was irreplaceable during the solution of the epidemic. All volunteers and association employees risked their health in favour of the citizens of the South Bohemian Region. They helped the most vulnerable ones of the society and they asked many volunteers from public to take part in the needed help. The diploma thesis focuses on analysis of participation of Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations in the South Bohemian Region during the solution of the first wave of the COVID-19 epidemic and on analysis of experience of executives and volunteers of Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations during the solution of the crisis situation. A qualitative research in the form of semi-structured conversations with representatives of the South Bohemian Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations was undertaken to answer the research questions. The data gathered by the research and by the inquiry were evaluated using SWOT analysis and so called Fuller´s triangle was designed for comparison. On the basis of evaluation of obtained data we can state that Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations were able to react quickly to the given situation and that the Panel of Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations of the South Bohemian Region ensured help and masks distribution, disinfection, it ensured public places disinfection, purchases delivery, providing coordination support for field and accompanying activities, South Bohemian Region information line operation, establishing of quarantine places for homeless people and creation of manual for work with volunteers. The executives and volunteers evaluated the first wave of the epidemic as a period of uncertainty, disinformation, and lack of personal protective equipment. The coordinator of the Panel of Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations of the South Bohemian Region stated that difficult tasks were given by the Region and that they were not prepared for them. The majority of NGO and NPO workers perceive the epidemic experience as basis for changes in the system of functioning of organizations in the future. The findings of the diploma thesis will be used as feedback materials for the Panel of Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations of the South Bohemian Region, Crisis Management Department of the South Bohemian Region and Crisis Management Department of the Fire and Rescue Service of the South Bohemian Region.
Structure-function relationship of Kingella kingae RtxA toxin.
Růžičková, Eliška ; Osička, Radim (advisor) ; Šulc, Miroslav (referee)
Kingella kingae is a pediatrically significant, facultative pathogen. It asymptomatically colonizes the oropharynx of young children, where it is a part of the normal microflora. However, if it penetrates the respiratory epithelial barrier and begins to spread throughout the body, it can cause serious infectious diseases. Thanks to today's advanced diagnostic methods, K. kingae is included among important human pathogens, and in pediatric patients, K. kingae is reported as a frequent cause of osteoarticular infections, such as osteomyelitis and septic arthritis, bacteremia, and endocarditis. The key virulence factor of this bacterium, the cytotoxin RtxA, belongs to the RTX (Repeats in ToXin) toxin family. This family of toxins shares several characteristic features: (i) the presence of a hydrophobic pore-forming domain in the N-terminal part of the molecule containing several predicted transmembrane α-helices (ii) the inactive protoxin is activated by different types of fatty acids bound to specific lysine residues in the acylated domain, (iii) the presence of nonapeptide repeat sequences, rich in glycine and aspartate residues, that are important for the binding of calcium ions, (iv) the presence of a C-terminal secretion signal that is recognized by the type I secretion system (T1SS), and (v)...
Complex aspects of communication - gestics and mimics
Růžičková, Eliška ; Jančík, Jiří (advisor) ; Suková Vychopňová, Kateřina (referee)
Title of the thesis: Complex aspects of communication - gestures and facial expressions Key words: Nonverbal communication, emotions, gestures, facial expressions, interpretation Abstract: The thesis focuses on the international comphrensibility of the complex aspects of communication, especially the nonverbal components. Of these nonverbal components we have pursued the gestures and facial expressions in particular. The domains of nonverbal communication are related, therefore the thesis mentions them as well. However our primary focus rests on the gestures and facial expressions. We researched through a questionnaire. The responders identified themselves and after that they were asked to identify and interpret facial expressions and gestures that we had chosen. The research indicates situations, when a communication is expressed only by the use of nonverbal means and may fail to convey the information. Furthermore, we looked into the possible advantages of knowledge of the nonverbal communication for teachers.
Energy efficient building of kindergarte in Soběšice
Růžičková, Eliška ; Wierzbická, Helena (referee) ; Vaščáková, Alena (advisor)
The main goal of the master’s thesis is to design a new building of the nursery in Brno-Soběšice. It is one-storey building. This floor is divided to two same parts. In each of them is day room, sleeping room, office, bathroom, cloakroom for children, cloakroom for teachers with shower and toilet and stock for beds. Also there is director office, toilet, hallway, utility room, room for cleaners, sink and stocks. The vertical loadbearing structures are designed from Porotherm ceramic blocks and the hollow concrete blocks. The building is insulated by a contact thermal insulation system ETICS. The horizontal loadbearing structures and the staircase are designed from reinforced monolithic concrete slab. The roof is flat with extensive greenery. The whole construction are based on foundation passports. The building site contains also an outdoor car park with ten parking spot and garden with climbing frames. The project was performed in Autocad and visualization was performed in ArchiCad and Lumion. All constructions comply with valid standards and regulations. Master’s thesis is divided to three parts. In the first part A it deals with the construction design of a building for a building permission. It contains architectural-building solutions, building physics, situation drawing, reports, building design solutions and fire safety solutions. In the second part B it deals with the design of technical equipment of buildings. It includes the design of sewerage system, water, gas, photovoltaic panels, lighting, ventilation and heating. In the third part C it deals possible systems for the use of rainwater. I described possible systems for the use of rainwater and developed a rough calculation for the selected system.
Sanitary technical installations and gas pipeline in the apartment building
Růžičková, Eliška ; Vrána, Jakub (referee) ; Vaščáková, Alena (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the design of sanitary and gas installations in an apartment building in Brno and its connection to existing utilities. It is an apartment building with four floors above ground and one underground floor. There are four apartments on each floor. The theoretical part focuses on the history of hygienic fixtures. It decribes both the present and the time when people had no idea about furnishing items. The computational part deals with the distribution of rainwater and sewage, water and gas and its connection to public networks.
Dose analysis of the MAPE Mydlovary staff
RŮŽIČKOVÁ, Eliška
In the previous century a uranium ore chemical processing plant was constructed about 20 km from České Budějovice called MAPE Mydlovary, which employed approximately 1,100 employees at various times. We can assume that radionuclides affected the company's employees during the processing of uranium ore and the subsequent storage of waste in the adjoining sludge lagoons. They were irradiated by a total of three radiation components, which included gamma radiation, short-lived radon decay products and long-lived radionuclides from the uranium decay chain emitting alpha radiation. This is why this bachelor's thesis is devoted to analysis and evaluation of the percentage of individual radiation components in the total dose received by former MAPE Mydlovary employees. The purpose of this work is to establish how the individual radiation components were distributed in the doses of radiation received by former employees. The dosimetric sheets of former MAPE Mydlovary employees, who received all three types of radiation, were analysed in order to answer the research question. Dosimetric sheets were reduced so that each sheet contained all the required information. The established average annual doses of all three types of radiation and the total effective doses were converted into a graph, evaluated and subsequently compared with the valid legislation. On the basis of evaluation of the acquired data we can state that long-lived radionuclides from the uranium decay chain emitting alpha radiation made up the highest percentage of the radiation doses received by former MAPE Mydlovary employees, at a total of 49%. Inhalation of short-lived radon decay products made up 29% and external gamma radiation just 22%. The radiation limit for radiation workers of 20 mSv/year on the total effective dose from exterior radiation and on the committed effective doses from internal radiation was exceeded by 8 former employees according to our current legislation. We must state that no rules were broken according to Czech legislation valid between 1960 and 1970, because the limit for radiation workers was set at 50 mSv/year.
Native lexical innovations in Middle English (1200-1500): a word-formation perspective
Růžičková, Eliška ; Čermák, Jan (advisor) ; Popelíková, Jiřina (referee)
This thesis examines suffixation in Middle English in the periods 1200-1299 and 1300-1399. More specifically, the work is focussed on nominal coinages of native origin only, formed with the suffixes -ness, -head / -hood, -ship and -dom, where the aim is to observe their productivity in time. In the theoretical part, we explore the contribution of external (socio-political) and internal (typological and word-formational) factors to changes in the English language, including word-formation processes. Our hypothesis is that suffixation as a word-formation process will continue strongly, despite the ongoing language-internal changes and the overwhelming influx of foreign words. Data for this research was collected from The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) through Advance Search. The data retrieved for each suffix was considered from a morphological, structural and lexico-semantic perspective. The analyses were performed to detect changes in the behaviour of each suffix and to discover the realities attesting their productivity. Moreover, the analyses uncovered additional phenomena: types that had only one quotation (hapaxes) and competition occurring between the selected suffixes. The hapaxes were also investigated for their morphological, structural and semantic features so as to identify any common...

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