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Assessment of natural and recycled materials in buildings
Stránská, Zuzana ; Ostrý, Milan (referee) ; Lupíšek,, Antonín (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA) is an analytic method for evaluation of environmental impacts of products, services and technologies. It is associated with all the stages of a product's life. The environmental impacts are evaluated on the basis of material and energetic flows, which are in influence with the environment. These impacts are always determined in the relation with the function of the product or the service and so it is possible to compare them with the other alternatives. One of the most important reasons why I have chosen this dissertation thesis subject was the growing public interest in impacts of the building constructions on the environment and human organism. Only a few experts and scientific research centres deal with the problem of environmental impacts of the buildings in the Czech Republic so the main goal of this thesis is to help with a spreading a knowledge about it. There are four main problems to solve in the thesis: determination of environmental impacts of selected materials which are missing in available databases, creation of life cycle models of evaluated buildings, determining the most appropriate functional unit and determining the contents of the recommended LCA protocol for building analysis. In the first phase of the thesis there was built a detailed life cycle model of the reference building on the basis of available documents and databases. This "cradle to cradle" LCA model was then optimized for a large number of life cycle scenarios to determine the significance of the impact of individual variables on the overall environmental impact of the building. The knowledge gained from this analysis was applied to the lifecycle models of other buildings and then there was assembled the recommended form of the LCA protocol. In the final stage, the results of the environmental impacts were quantified on the different functional units which were used for determining the appropriate form.
Family house in passive standard
Svoboda, David ; Jelínek, Petr (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis on a topic “The family house of standard passive” deals with the design of the house for family housing in accordance with applicable legislation. The house is designed in the Highlands on the edge of developing area Račerovice. The cellarless two-storey building is made of brick. The roof is according to local regulative plan made up of saddle-shaped truss system. The passive character of the house requires large glass areas on the south facade of the house and high-quality thermal insulation of the building envelope with minimal losses. The house is associated with a brick garage with a shed-roof.
Low energy detached house
Drlík, Tomáš ; Hudec, Mojmír (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
The thesis deals with a project documentation of a low energy house for family of up to six persons. The house is located at the foothills of Jeseníky mountains. The object is designed as a two-storey building, with a cellar, standing in a sloping ground. There is a saddle roof. The south facade is roofed, glassed terrace. The nord shelter protect the house from the effects of weather.
Low-energy semidetached family house
Štefanik, Jan ; Hudec, Mojmír (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
The bachelor´s thesis deals with the processing of project documentation low-energy semidetached family house in Panenská Rozsíčka vilage. The project as well as the addenda are aleboreted wit regard to contemporary, legislature and standards. The family house is situated on a plot of 2510/16 in the cadastral Panenská Rozsíčka. The family house is designed as a single storey building with not basement, roof bow and attic. Dimensions of the house are 13,15 x 11,4m. The roof of the house is designed bow roof. The building is designed from the systém Porotherm. The base structure consists of a plain concrete C 20/25 and steel-concrete of 150mm is concrete C 20/25 and steel B500.
Energy passive detached house
Výtisk, Jiří ; Hudec, Mojmír (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
The Bachelor’s thesis „Energy passive detached house“ is processed by the form of project documentation according to applicable standards and regulations. The Passive house is designed as two floored slab-on-ground house with a single-pitch-roof. It’s a detached house on slightly slope terrain. Social and technical premises are situated on the first floor. Kids room and bedroom are situated on the second floor. The building is made of system of permanent shuttering maxPlus from Neopor. The ceiling is from reinforced concrete’s filigran flat slabs. The construction is based on a concrete strip foundation.
Nursery school
Horáček, Radek ; CSc, Dan Mrkos, (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
Subject of my master’s thesis is to make project documentation for new building of nursery school. The building is single-storey, without basement and its capacity is 60 children divided into 4 classes. As foundation system of the building are used foundation strips. Floor plan of the building is irregular, main buildings orientation is to the south. Building is covered partially by a flat roof and partially by a truss roof.
Low energy house
Pavelová, Michaela ; Mrkos,, Dan (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
The aim of my bachelor’s thesis is elaboration of the project documentation for construction of low energy house in Dlouhá Loučka. This is two-story detached object without basement which has a rectangular floor plan. It is roofed with pitched roof and the attic is residential part of the building. Thesis contains basic calculations which are needed for design of project documentation. Project documentation is elaborated according current standards.
Reconstruction of apartment block
Chmelař, Jiří ; Hudec, Mojmír (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the project documentation of the reconstruction of sewing company in Zlín. Contemporary storey house will increased of one storey. In new storey will created five housing units. Space of sewing company will reduction and instead of will created housing unit and office. Next to the house is courtyard. On the courtyard will constructed gallery for entry to the housing units in second storey.
Detached low energy house
Radulescu, Raul-Ionut ; Mrkos,, Dan (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
The bachelor’s thesis is aimed on the solution of construction of "Detached low energy house" in form of project documentation. The house is intended for one family. It is located on parcel number 664/42, cadastral area Medlov (Brno-venkov) district. The house is without basement and has two stories with no garage.. The object is pre-cast concrete building with flat roof with a slope of 1 °.
Energy passive block of apartments
Niesner, Daniel ; Mrkos,, Dan (referee) ; Sedlák, Jiří (advisor)
The goal of the project si developnemt of project documentation for a construction realisation of energy passive block of apartments together with design of conception of forced ventilation with recuperation unit. The design of building is conceived as building with flat roof, reinforced concrete load-bearing structure and collective underground parking. During the design emphasis was placed on low energy consumption of the building. Its energy efficiency was analysed according. ČSN 73 0540 and processed statement of energy efficiency. The result energy consumption of the structure is A – extremely efficient.

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