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Family house
Bečvář, Stanislav ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the design of a two-story house with a partial basement. The house is intended for permanent residence of a family of four.
Family house
Nevřivý, Daniel ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to create project documentation for a new family house in Zbýšov u Brna. The house is partially underground and has two floors. In the north-eastern part of the ground floor there is a garage with two stands and in the south-western part there is a terrace. The structural system of the house is transverse wall, made of ceramic brick blocks type THERM. The building is based on the foundation strips of plain concrete. The walls of the basement are made of masonry made of lost formwork. The ceiling structure is designed from pre-stressed reinforced concrete cavity ceiling SPIROLL panels. The staircase connecting all floors is monolithic and the roofing is designed with a flat green roof. The external walls are insulated with a non-contact insulation system with a ventilated air gap and the façade consists of lightweight brick cladding.
Storage building with administration and Kozomín store
Chlápková, Veronika ; Vaněk, Vojtěch (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is the design of a storage facility with administration, which includes sales space in the cadastral area of Kozomín. The building is divided into an administration area with a shop, a drive-thru roofed part and a storage hall. The administration is designed as a two-story, where there is a store showroom together with seating and refreshments for customers, offices and facilities for employees and social facilities. The building is designed as an assembled prefabricated skeleton based on piles, the cladding consists of sandwich panels with mineral insulation. The single-skin flat roof is supported by prefabricated trusses with trapezoidal sheets. The ceilings are made with pre-stressed Spiroll ceiling panels.
Warehouse with administration in the town of Chrudim
Davleeva, Luiza ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
This master thesis focused on the design and elaboration of project documentation for the purpose of a storage area with an administrative building, consisting of the premises SO01 - administrative building and SO02 - warehouse. Objects are located on parcels no. 3485, 3486, 1770/10, in the cadastre unit Chrudim. Traffic connection is provided by the exit from the car park on the local road. All engineering infrastructure engineering networks are located near the site. The design of the building respects the local zoning plan. Project documentation is prepared in accordance with the current wording of applicable laws, decrees and standards. The project deals with a building functionally divided into objects SO01 and SO02, which are operationally and structurally connected. Object constructions are statically independent of each other. Object SO01 is used for administrative purposes and as a background for employees. In the basement of the building there are technical facilities and an archive. Object SO02 is intended for the storage of construction material intended for storage in dry areas. In addition to the storage space, there is an air conditioning machine room. Object SO01 is designed from a wall construction system of aerated concrete blocks with reinforced concrete ceilings, foundation strips and a flat roof. The SO02 object is designed as an all-metal assembled object with a gable roof and foundation footings. The structural system of the SO02 object is columnar with steel columns. The perimeter shell of the SO01 building is made of 300 mm thick aerated concrete blocks with a 140 mm contact insulation system. The perimeter shell of the SO02 building consists of assembled sandwich panels with a core made of PUR material.
Selected aspects of diagnostics of the reinforced concrete structure of the interwar period of the 20th century
Žítt, Petr ; Bílek,, Vlastimil (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (referee) ; Daněk, Petr (advisor)
The dissertation deals with diagnostics and load tests of a reinforced concrete ceiling structure built in the interwar period of the 20th century. The theoretical part of the work is an excerpt from standard regulations for the design of structures in terms of material properties of concrete and reinforcement, the implementation of load tests and measuring equipment used. Furthermore, static calculations according to relevant standards, numerical and stochastic analysis of selected members. The practical part of the work is then focused on performing experimental load tests of selected elements of the ceiling structure with appropriate diagnostic work, which includes determining the geometry of the supporting structure, reinforcement of elements and determining the quality of built-in materials. An integral part of the practical part of the work is based on the data obtained from the performed load tests and diagnostic work to perform a static assessment of the affected structures and to compile a deterministic and stochastic FEM model of the selected member. The conclusion is a comparison of measured data with FEM analyzes, analysis of the justification of the use a load tests in the context of classical diagnostic methods and the methodology of the optimal number of test samples for objective evaluation of the actual state of the structure.
Dohnal, Jakub ; Hradil, Petr (referee) ; Straka,, Bohumil (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
In building structures wood is very often used as construction material and can also be used for supplemental non-supporting structures, e.g. as wood panelling, screening elements, etc. The most common woody plant species that can found in the biotope of the Czech Republic are Norway spruce (Picea abies L.) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.). Wood as construction material is popular in architect comunity as well as this material like also investors, who prefer living in healthy and natural environments. Wooden structures are also popular with structural engineers for their good mechanical properties and low weight, which, however, depends on moisture. Wood properties vary in every natural way and need to be taken into account at the beginning of the designing process. This dissertation aims to contribute to the description of mechanical characteristics of wood during changes of moisture content in the wood structure. Various experimental tests and numerical modelling were used in the thesis in order to reach the aims. The experimental tests examined mechanical properties at different sample moisture of selected woody plant species. Subsequently, the obtained values were compared with values available in specialist and scientific literature, so that these values could subsequently be used as input values for numeric calculations. The conclusions of the dissertation will contribute to more accurate calculations and further analysis.
New apartment building in Brno
Zelman, Martin ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis was the elaboration of project documentation for the construction of an apartment building with almost zero energy consumption. The new building of a detached house will be located on the eastern outskirts of the city of Brno on plot no. 5014/4 in Líšeň district. It is a four-storey, fully basement apartment building, the first and last above-ground floors are different from the second and thirt above-ground floors. In the basement there are only common areas of the house. In the above-ground floors, the majority of the area of these floors consists of individual apartments, the rest of the area consists of common areas. The apartment building will serve for the housing of 56 people and will consist of fourteen residental units of size 3 + KK, which will be separated from each other. Access to individual housing units is possible only through common areas such as common corridors and staircases. The proposed construction system is a wall with a stiffening core. The house has a flat single-skin vegetation roof with extensive greenery, which is bordered by an attic. The load-bearing peripheral basement walls are made of reinforced concrete as well as the stiffening core of the building, which serves as an elevator shaft or as a horizontal load-bearing ceiling structure. The load-bearing masonry in the above-ground floors is made of sand-lime blocks. Non-load-bearing masonry is made of lime-sand and aerated concrete blocks. The construction is based on foundation strips made of plain concrete and reinforced concrete. The building will be contact insulated with EPS facade thermal insulation boards. The material meets the requirements of ETICS. The insulated facade is designed in a creamy white and dusty gray color, the plinth will be made of marble. The plumbing elements are designed from galvanized sheet metal of gray color. The frames of the exterior openings have an anthracite colour.
Apartment building
Lukešová, Michaela ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the elaboration of a part of the project documentation for the construction of an apartment building. The apartment building is located in the cadastral area of Opočno pod Orlickými horami. The building has four floors and a partial basement. In the basement of the building are designed cellars, utility room, elevator engine room and air conditioning. On the ground floor there is a cleaning room, a bike shed / carriage house and two residential units. The second and third floors are identical in layout and there are two residential units, on the fourth floor there is a residential unit with a terrace and a common room with kitchen and toilet. A total of seven residential units are designed in the building. Vertical load-bearing and non-bearing structures are made of ground brick blocks, in the basement there are perimeter structures made of monolithic reinforced concrete. Horizontal load-bearing structures are monolithic reinforced concrete, reinforced according to static calculation. The insulation of the building is solved by the contact insulation system ETICS.
Apartment Building Mánesova
Hermanová, Aneta ; Dohnal, Jakub (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is an elaboration of contract documents in the level of construction execution. Thesis focuses on new apartment building with almost zero energy consumption. Apartment building is located in Polička, Svitavy district, and is situated in slightly sloped terrain. It is designed as a four-story construction, partly with basement, with flat green roof. On a basement floor, technical facilities and cellar storage could be found. On the above grade levels in total 16 apartment units are located, furthermore with central stairway and elevator. For every level, there are four units, with different dimensions. Foundations of the object are created by reinforced concrete strip footing and two pad foundations. The basement-floor walls are designed to be made from reinforced concrete and above grade parts are bricked up using ceramic blocks. Object is insulated with contact insulation system ETICS.
Apartment building in the foothills of the Olicke Mountains
Fogl, Martin ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis aims to design a new four-story apartment building with a partial basement and prepare project documentation for the construction phase. The building object is set in a slightly sloping terrain of the town Letohrad in the foothills of the Orlicke Mountains. The proposal respects the surrounding buildings and all the city's binding documents, especially the zoning plan and the zoning study of the locality Nad Bažantnicí. There will be twelve new housing units on the upper floors, which correspond to current construction trends with their layout and material features. New tenants await attractive urban housing in mountainous areas. The underground floor above part of the building will be used to store household equipment, cellars, and technical facilities. It is also advantageous that the highest part of the apartment building is in the more load-bearing layers of the subsoil. The apartment building is based on plain concrete foundation strips, lined with sand-lime masonry blocks and covered with single-layer flat roofs, ready for the placement of photovoltaic panels and alternative energy sources. The perimeter masonry will be contact-insulated with a system with classic layer order and ETICS certification. Facade polystyrene will be used as a thermal insulator.

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