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Voskové směsi pro restaurování historických voskových pečetí
Bílková, Lenka ; Bartl, Benjamin ; Urbánek, Štěpán ; Zapletal, Martin ; Holakovská, Libuše
A large number of historic wax seals have been preserved in a fragmented state, which is linked to the increase in hardness and brittleness that sealing waxes undergo during natural ageing. The immediate cause of mechanical damage is careless handling or improper storage of archival records. This methodology compares the properties of both traditional and some alternative wax mixtures that are applicable for conservation of damaged seals. The aim is to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of using each of them, making it easier for conservators to choose a material that will meet their specific requirements. Chapter 2 first discusses the general requirements for such materials, from a technological, practical and ethical point of view. Chapter 3 deals with the properties of beeswax and the possibilities of their modification by the addition of other substances. Chapter 4 then discusses the new possibilities that open up the use of fossil wax mixtures. The chapters are supplemented by specific examples and recommendations.
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Low Temperature and Cryogenic Treatment of Casehardened Parts
Bílková, Lenka ; Juliš, Martin (referee) ; Kouřil, Miloslav (advisor)
This work deals with the assessment of the influence of low-temperature treatment on the structure and properties of casehardened surface layer of parts. The objective was to assess whether low-temperature treatment is sufficient, insufficient, or unnecessary for the given purpose. Gears which form a part of Zetor tractors gear boxes were used as samples. Thirteen pairs of frozen and non-frozen samples were used; they were taken from production batches throughout 2007, their hardness was assessed and furthermore, the experiment itself, freezing casehardened and hardened samples to different temperatures reaching as low as -196°C, was carried out. A moderate increase in hardness was registered with the majority of the frozen samples, which proved the effectiveness of the low-temperature treatment.
Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road and by Rail
Bílková, Lenka ; Novák, Radek (advisor) ; Medveď, Jan (referee)
The goal of the thesis is to sum up the issues of the contract for the international carriage of goods by road and rail comprehensively, from the perspective of the Czech legal system, and to analyze the issues of the electronic consignment notes, to evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of their usage, or to asses the barriers for their usage if they are not widely used yet.
Marketing study of selected tourist attraction
Bílková, Lenka ; Petrů, Zdenka (advisor) ; Hybner, Petr (referee)
To work out this diploma thesis on the theme Marketing study of selected tourist attraction the author has chosen Castle Klášterec nad Ohří. The castle is the most important attraction in the town Klášterec nad Ohří and one of the most visited monuments in the Czech Republic. The castle is a tourist target of almost 20 thousands visitors every year. The task of this thesis is to analyze existing application of marketing tools of this attraction. To resolve this issue will be used the following analysis: analysis of marketing mix, environmental analysis, segmentation of visitors, turnout analysis of visitors and SWOT analysis. The aim of this thesis is, based on the data found out in the analyzes, to make up a concept of further development of Castle Klášterec nad Ohří for the next period which could lead to increase its attractiveness. The diploma thesis is devided into four chapters. The first chapter is devoted to basic concepts of tourism and marketing. Based on the quotes in this chapter, is made the analytical part which applies the knowledge to marketing activities of castle.
Implications of Globalization for the Economy of the Czech Republic (Selected Aspects)
Bílková, Lenka ; Jiránková, Martina (advisor) ; Nováková, Jana (referee)
This Bachelor thesis deals with implications of globalization in the economy of the Czech Republic. Globalization is a very important trend in the world economy which has been manifesting itself increasingly over the last decades. The thesis concentrates on the economic dimension of globalization, implications of globalization are described on particular examples from the Czech economy. In the first chapter, globalization is defined in general. Its history, causes and attributes are mentioned there. The second chapter is focused on chosen implications of globalization for the Czech Republic: international flows of goods, services, investments, labour force and information and membership in international organizations. The third chapter analyzes two chosen implications of globalization (international trade and foreign direct investments) and assesses their positive and negative impact on the economy of the Czech Republic.

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