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Líner, Ondrej ; Vlach, František (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The main goal of diploma thesis is to design a new nearly-zero energy kindergarten in Brno Holásky. It is designed as a L-shape single storey building split into three parts. Two of them are separate classroom, with necessary facilities for children and staff, each classroom for approximately 25 children. The third part of the building is for staff and technical facilities. The building is designed as a masonry wall system with ceramic blocks for the load bearing walls and adobe bricks for the partitions. The superstructure is supported by concrete strip foundation. The roof of the building is designed as a flat extensive green roof supported by prefabricated concrete panels. The walls are insulated with mineral wool and protected with fiber cement boards that create a ventilated facade. The thesis includes the design of lighting, rainwater use, HVAC and hot water heating and photovoltaic system. The rainwater stored from the green roof is used for toilet flushing. Ventilation in the building is provided by two air conditioning units with a system of heat recovery. Heating and hot water preparation is provided by two ground-to-water heat pumps. Electricity is partially supplied from photovoltaic panels placed on the roof of the building. The thesis also includes a natural lighting study of daylighting, aimed at meeting standard requirements for daylighting and lighting uniformity.
Bíla, Martin ; Vlach, František (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to prepare design documentation for the construction of a kindergarten in Velká Bíteš. The object is designed as a detached, two above-ground floors, and non-basement building. It is located on a fairly flat terrain near the central part of the city. Kindergarten building has four sections for children. Each section is for twenty children, a total of eighty children are designed for the object. The structural system of the object is a longitudinal wall, made of hollow brick heluz. The building is equipped with contact insulation made of EPS (ETICS). Floor structure is solved as a consist of prestressed hollow core slabs spiroll. In the 2nd floor there is a walkable terrace with a growing layer. The flat roof of the object is warm extensive green roof with walkable concrete parts with photovoltaic panels. Part of the work is also an assessment from the point of view of building physics and fire safety.
Apartment building
Málek, Jiří ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis designs a new building an apartment building in town Jihlava. Building plot is located in calm part called Horní Kosov at western part of town. Designed objekt is free standing a includes one partial basemant and four upper floors. In upper floors are located 14 housing units and in the underground part are located cellar cubicles, boiler room, air conditioning engine room and cleaning room. In ground floor i salso room for bike shed/carriage house. Building has irregular floor plan and in the highest ground are located terraces. Object lays on foundataions of reinforced concrete. Vertical peripheral support system of underground floor is made from monolithic reinforced concrete and inside vertical support system is from concrete blocks. In floors above ground is vertical peripheral support system made from thermal insulation aerated concrete blocks and inside vertical support system is from lime sand blocks. Horizontal bearing constructions are made from monolithic reinforced concrete. At some places are also dies from reinforced concrete. Roof constructions of building object are flat single skin roof with inverse composition.
Apartment building
Lojek, Daniel ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to develop project documentation for a new apartment building, which will be located in the town of Jihlava. The building has five floors, of which it has one underground floor and four above-ground floors. In the basement there are cellars, laundry room, cleaning room and utility room. On the upper floors we find apartments, the total number of which is 23. The apartments have different layouts and dimensions. Housing units, besides the first floor, are enriched with balconies, on the fourth floor with a roof terrace. All floors are connected by a staircase and an elevator. There is barrier-free access to the building, and there is also one housing unit for a person with limited mobility and orientation, which is located on the first floor. In front of the building there is a parking lot offering 63 parking spaces, of which there are 5 spaces for people with limited mobility and orientation. The apartment building is based on simple concrete foundation passes. The vertical load-bearing system of the above-ground floors is designed as a brick made of lime-sand blocks. The basement is made of reinforced concrete monolithic walls. The horizontal load-bearing ceiling structures are also made of monolithic reinforced concrete, supplemented in certain places by girders of the same material. The roof structure is made as a flat single-skin roof.
Šeps, Daniel ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the design of a free-standing veterinary clinic building in Nová Paka, in the form of project documentation for the construction. The building of the veterinary clinic consists of 3 rectangles forming a Z-shape, where the entrance to the building of the veterinary clinic, its operational and administrative part is located in the eastern part. In the western rectangle there is a separate and operationally separate entrance to the apartment unit, which is located on the second floor. The entrance to the veterinary clinic building and the housing unit is barrier-free. The building will be located in a slightly sloping terrain (3.49%). The main facade of the building with the entrance to the building is oriented to the southwest. The separate entrance to the apartment unit is from the northeast side. The perimeter masonry consists of the Porotherm system with the ETICS contact thermal insulation system in a thickness of 300 mm and 200 mm ETICS masonry. The internal load-bearing masonry also consists of a Porotoherm masonry system in a thickness of 250 mm. Internal non-load-bearing masonry consisting of the Porotherm system in thicknesses of 115 and 140 mm. The ceiling structure consists of a reinforced concrete slab th. 200 mm. Above the veterinary clinic, the roof area forming the terrace of the housing unit is considered, divided into two parts 1) with a vegetation layer and 2) with a tread layer of concrete paving on the targets. The main waterproofing layer of the flat roof consists of strips of SBS modified asphalt. Above the 2nd floor, a sloping hip roof made of glued wooden trusses is considered, and a sheet metal roofing is considered as the roof covering of the truss roof. The windows are designed with insulating triple glazing. The attic on the flat roof is equipped with an aluminum railing with a vertical bar infill. The building is heated by a gas condensing boiler, the building is also designed forced ventilation
Apartment building
Orolín, Štefan ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor’s thesis is the preparation of project documentation for the construction of a nearly Zero Net Energy apartment block. The building is located in an emerging residential area within the cadastral municipality of Brno-Sadova. The apartment block is a detached building set in slightly sloping terrain. It is composed of 4 above-ground floors, which contain 11 housing units, and an underground floor. The apartment block lies on the south-western side of the plot. Furthermore, there is a parking area on the northern side of the plot, which is associated with the apartment block and provides barrier-free entry to the building. On the underground floor, there is a communal area with shared facilities. On the ground floor, there are 2 barrier-free flats with their own storage space. Additionally, there is communal space designated for the storage of baby strollers and bicycles. Each remaining above-ground floor contains 3 housing units. The vertical load-bearing structural system, which stands on the foundation slab, consists of sand-lime blocks, the ceilings are constructed using filigree panels. The roof of the building consists of warm flat roof with a modified bitumen membrane functioning as a water insulator.
Apartment building
Joof, Wally ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
ABSTRAKTNÍ Cílem předložené bakalářské práce je provést návrh a vytvořit projektovou dokumentaci obytného komplexu umístěného v Brně-venkově (Rajhrad). Budova má čtyři bytových jednotek v každém z pěti nadzemním podlaží. Byty v každém podlaží jsou umístěny symetricky vůči sobě a mají identickou dispozici. Sklepení je navrženo především jako úložný prostor, kočárkárna pro ukládání jízdních kol a kočárků, úklidová místnost prádelna a sušárna a toalety. Nosné stěny konstrukce jsou tvořeny z bloků z vápenného písku, dále příčky z vápenného písku, a monolitické desky. Sklepní prostory tvoří monolitické konstrukce. Střecha je plochá. Celá budova je funkčně i architektonicky navržena s ohledem Na danou lokalitu.
Apartment building
Horváth, Gábor ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the elaboration of project documentation for the construction of a new apartment building in Brno. The building has four floors above ground and one underground floor. There are 11 residential units in the apartment building, more precisely 2 residential units on the first floor and 3 residential units on the second, third and fourth floors. It is a wall structural – combined construction system. The lower structure consists of a reinforced concrete foundation slab. The upper structure is designed of ceramic blocks, which are insulated with the ETICS insulation system made of mineral wool, and the ceiling system is made of a monolithic reinforced concrete slab. The building is designed for people with limited mobility and orientation and is equipped with a ramp and elevator. The holes are filled with wood-aluminum windows. The roofing of the apartment building is solved by a flat roof.
Apartment building
Hajiyev, Mustafa ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
Předmětem této bakalářské práce je zpracování projektové dokumentace bytového domu. Nachází se v Brně-venkov, v katastrálním území Hrušovany u Brna. Bytový dům leží na svažitém pozemku a je orientován na severní stranu. Má čtyři nadzemní podlaží a v každém patře kolem budovy je balkon. Střecha je plochá betonová střecha se sklonem 5%. Celá konstrukce bytového domu je ze železobetonu a zdiva s hlavním využitím na stavební materiály od společnosti HELUZ. Všechny izolační materiály jsou od společnosti ISOVER. Výkresová dokumentace nezbytná pro realizaci tohoto bytového domu byla zpracována v počítačovém programu AutoCAD. Rovněž jsou zohledněna řešení požární bezpečnosti pro tento projekt.
Daylighting analysis of obstructed buildings with focus on light reflectance and location of external obstructions
Gábrová, Lenka ; Vajkay, František (referee) ; Vaverka,, Jiří (referee) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
The doctoral thesis deals with a daylighting analysis of obstructed buildings in term of external obstacles location and the light reflectance of external surfaces. Static and dynamic daylight simulations were carried out using the software Daysim 3.1b. The doctoral thesis includes the validation of the software Daysim 3.1b for the daylight factor under the conditions of the CIE standard overcast sky model. The validation was performed using the Technical Report CIE 171: 2006, model measurements and in-situ measurements. For the comparative analysis of daylighting, a room obstructed by a row building, a continuous balcony and atrium walls was assumed. The external surfaces were designed with six light reflectance combinations. The daylight factor Dw on the window glazing from the external side and criteria determining the daylight amount inside the room were used for the daylighting analysis. The daylight amount is evaluated using the daylight factor under the CIE standard overcast sky model and using the daylight illuminance calculated based on the annual climate data for Prague. In the doctoral thesis, graphs and the regression models estimating the daylight factor Dw depending on an obstruction angle or a well index were built. Furthermore, regression models describing the relationship between the daylight factor and the daylight amount in the interior were also built. Based on the daylighting analysis of the obstructed buildings, three proposals to change the evaluation of the daylight accessibility on a façade were formulated.

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