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Car Showroom
Smrčka, Václav ; Buchta, Stanislav (referee) ; Bajer, Miroslav (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to design and appreciation steel load-bearing structure of motor show. The object is situated in Brno. The Structure consist of tubes and rolling sections. The breadth of construction is 36,5m, lenght 42m and height in the heihest point is 13,2m. The structrure is consists of three parts. Show room, offices and workshop. The height of show room is 20m, offices 8,5m and workshop 8m. The show room consist of arched truss girder. The distance of each cross links is 6 m. Structural design were perfomered by Scia Engineer 2017 and hand computation.
Steel Structure of a Sports Hall
Smrčka, Václav ; Šmak, Milan (referee) ; Štrba, Michal (advisor)
The bachelor’s deal with supporting with steel structure sports hall. As the mean material of bering elements was designet steel S235. The building has an rectangular shape with dimensions of 36x48 m. Clear hight at the highest point is 15,3 m. The supporting structure consist of colums and arched truss girder. The distance of each cross links sis 6 m. In the structure design is deal with four variant transversál frames. For the chosen variant is further processed a static calculation of the main structrual elements including selected details and drawing documentation.
RP technology using FDM method and investment casting technology
Smrčka, Václav ; Horenský, Jiří (referee) ; Horáček, Milan (advisor)
Determining accuracy of wax patterns is an important in wide implementing rapid prototyping methods in investment casting. This experiment is comparing wax pattern accuracy produced in classical metal die and silicone mould. It has been found out, that wax patterns produced by the silicone mould are ounly about one or two accuracy steps worse then wax patterns produced by classical metal die.
Diseases in populations from the Roman period in terms of paleopathology.
Hlavenková, Lucia ; Smrčka, Václav (advisor) ; Vargová, Lenka (referee) ; Komoróczy, Balázs (referee)
Human osteological and dental remains are important for reconstruction of health and disease patterns in the past, preserving information in the form of abnormal changes on bones and teeth. These changes can reflect the spread of numerous diseases and the consequences they had on the health of various historical populations and groups. Systematic investigation performed within the present thesis explored pathologies in skeletal collections from six archaeological sites from across Slovakia and Hungary, dating to the 1st and 5th centuries AP. The total sample consisted of 300 individuals that were divided among three populations: the Germanic (GS), the Roman (RS) and the Sarmatian series (SS). Pathologies were assessed macroscopically and discussed on population and individual levels. Overall, sex, age and lesion distribution frequencies were used to determine a disease pattern characteristic for a corresponding group and then compared between the series. Conditions identified during the analysis were arranged into nine main categories. The analysis revealed that the health status of GS, RS and SS was generally good, though adults from GS and RS had experienced poorer dental health. The most common lesions observed in all series, particularly in GS, were due to degenerative and dental diseases,...
Use of a visual biofeedback in the movement patterns recovery by patients with the central paresis
Gueye, Tereza ; Angerová, Yvona (advisor) ; Smrčka, Václav (referee) ; Kozler, Petr (referee)
We evaluated the effectiveness of two virtual reality therapies (VRT) with visual biofeedback, Armeo Spring® upper limb exoskeleton (Armeo) and Homebalance® interactive system (Homebalance), in early post-stroke rehabilitation. Using a randomized controlled study design, participants within 30 days after stroke with arm paresis (Armeo study) or with balance problem (Homebalance study) were assigned either to the respective intervention group (Armeo IG n=25; mean age 66.5 years, and Homebalance IG n=25; mean age 69.6 years) performing VRT instead of conventional physiotherapy or to the control group (Armeo CG, n=25, mean age 68.1 years, and Homebalance CG, n=25, mean age 65.9 years) having conventional physiotherapy only. Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA), Functional Independence Measure (FIM), Fugl Mayer Assessment-Upper Extremity Scale (FMA-UE), Modified Rivermead Mobility Index (m-RIM) and Berg Balance Scale (BBS) were performed before and after the 3-week therapy with 12 therapies. Results of participants <65 and ≥65 years old were compared. Acceptance of both VRTs was evaluated by self-rated questionnaire. In the Armeo study, paretic upper arm function improved significantly in both IG and CG groups, the improvement in FMA-UE was significantly higher in Armeo IG as compared to CG (p=0.02)...
Health reconstruction of individuals buried in settlements and graves in Early Bronze Age based on pathological traces on skeletons
Pankowská, Anna ; Smrčka, Václav (advisor) ; Salaš, Milan (referee) ; Horáčková, Ladislava (referee)
An increase in the diversity of Early Bronze Age (EBA) burial practices is well documented in central and southern Moravia between 2200-1500 BC. Apart from scarce cremations and pithoi burials, two more frequent parallel burial types appear. One is the standard burials in cemeteries, the other burials in settlement pits, the latter considered a deviation until recently. Thanks to recent excavations and new quantification procedures, however, abundance of settlement burials as well as uniformity and predictability of body deposition and grave equipment in pit burials has been shown. My intention is to show the existence of two parallel burial rites on the basis of bioarchaeological and archaeological evidence. I focus on the reconstruction of health and social status of individuals buried in settlement pits and graves. I observe the amount of demographic variability, diseases and trauma within each group. I suppose the distribution of diseases according to age, sex and archaeological record will be similar within each of the groups. As a result, we may speak about two equivalent burial practices. If deviations are encountered within settlement pits, however, we should speak about deviations or burials determined for a minority and homogeneous segment of population. Skeletons originate in two...
Diseases in populations from the Roman period in terms of paleopathology.
Hlavenková, Lucia ; Smrčka, Václav (advisor) ; Vargová, Lenka (referee) ; Komoróczy, Balázs (referee)
Human osteological and dental remains are important for reconstruction of health and disease patterns in the past, preserving information in the form of abnormal changes on bones and teeth. These changes can reflect the spread of numerous diseases and the consequences they had on the health of various historical populations and groups. Systematic investigation performed within the present thesis explored pathologies in skeletal collections from six archaeological sites from across Slovakia and Hungary, dating to the 1st and 5th centuries AP. The total sample consisted of 300 individuals that were divided among three populations: the Germanic (GS), the Roman (RS) and the Sarmatian series (SS). Pathologies were assessed macroscopically and discussed on population and individual levels. Overall, sex, age and lesion distribution frequencies were used to determine a disease pattern characteristic for a corresponding group and then compared between the series. Conditions identified during the analysis were arranged into nine main categories. The analysis revealed that the health status of GS, RS and SS was generally good, though adults from GS and RS had experienced poorer dental health. The most common lesions observed in all series, particularly in GS, were due to degenerative and dental diseases,...
Car Showroom
Smrčka, Václav ; Buchta, Stanislav (referee) ; Bajer, Miroslav (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to design and appreciation steel load-bearing structure of motor show. The object is situated in Brno. The Structure consist of tubes and rolling sections. The breadth of construction is 36,5m, lenght 42m and height in the heihest point is 13,2m. The structrure is consists of three parts. Show room, offices and workshop. The height of show room is 20m, offices 8,5m and workshop 8m. The show room consist of arched truss girder. The distance of each cross links is 6 m. Structural design were perfomered by Scia Engineer 2017 and hand computation.
Health reconstruction of individuals buried in settlements and graves in Early Bronze Age based on pathological traces on skeletons
Pankowská, Anna ; Smrčka, Václav (advisor) ; Salaš, Milan (referee) ; Horáčková, Ladislava (referee)
An increase in the diversity of Early Bronze Age (EBA) burial practices is well documented in central and southern Moravia between 2200-1500 BC. Apart from scarce cremations and pithoi burials, two more frequent parallel burial types appear. One is the standard burials in cemeteries, the other burials in settlement pits, the latter considered a deviation until recently. Thanks to recent excavations and new quantification procedures, however, abundance of settlement burials as well as uniformity and predictability of body deposition and grave equipment in pit burials has been shown. My intention is to show the existence of two parallel burial rites on the basis of bioarchaeological and archaeological evidence. I focus on the reconstruction of health and social status of individuals buried in settlement pits and graves. I observe the amount of demographic variability, diseases and trauma within each group. I suppose the distribution of diseases according to age, sex and archaeological record will be similar within each of the groups. As a result, we may speak about two equivalent burial practices. If deviations are encountered within settlement pits, however, we should speak about deviations or burials determined for a minority and homogeneous segment of population. Skeletons originate in two...
Health Status of neolithic and eneolithic populations based on study of the skeletal material from Bohemia
Shbat, Andrej ; Smrčka, Václav (advisor) ; Strouhal, Eugen (referee) ; Drozdová, Eva (referee)
There were used human skeletal remains from eight Older and Late Eneolithic burial sites from Bohemia to set their health status. I used remains of 307 individuals. Paleodemography analysis of cemeteries and cultures was made. There were shown possible modifications of life table values based on experiment with modern population values. During paleoepidemiological analysis I described the most important categories of pathological findings. The results of analysis were used to make comparisons between themselves and with individuals from the Moravian cemetery of Bell Beaker Culture from Hoštice I za Hanou. An unexpected result was the statistically significant difference in the height of Bohemian and Moravian population of Bell Beaker Culture. Male individuals of Funnel Beaker Culture had the lowest height of all. There were found only two congenital anomalies, plagiocephalia and Klippel-Feil syndrome (fused cervical vertebrae). X-ray images were made of the most important findings for better diagnosis. Except the classic categories of pathologies I detected two cases of hyperostosis frontalis interna, both females from a burial site of Corded Ware Culture in Vikletice. In five cases were found osteoplastic growth on the visceral surface of the ribs of individuals of Bell Beaker Culture from...

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