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Development and Innovation of Manufacturing Processes for Thin-Film Solar Cell Functional Layers
Kadlec, Michal ; Vanýsek, Petr (referee) ; Tauš, Peter (referee) ; Vaněk, Jiří (advisor)
The doctoral thesis deals with a group of thin-film photovoltaic cells based on pigment or perovskite absorption layers of light energy. The principal functionality of the cell is based on the capture of light by the pigment on a photosensitized semiconductor anode with subsequent regeneration of the pigment by the electrolyte. In our research we focused on the preparation and optimization of perovskite solar structures based on TiO2/CH3NH3PbI3. A total of six series of experimental solar cells with a perovskite structure were produced. The first two series were realized according to the chemical formula CH3NH3PbI3. In the other series, we applied the theory of added chlorine, resulting in the chemical formula CH3NH3PbI3Cl2. We defined the requirements for the creation of an active perovskite structure in the cell and determined its photovoltaic properties depending on the composition.
Development and Innovation of Manufacturing Processes for Thin-Film Solar Cell Functional Layers
Kadlec, Michal ; Vanýsek, Petr (referee) ; Tauš, Peter (referee) ; Vaněk, Jiří (advisor)
The doctoral thesis deals with a group of thin-film photovoltaic cells based on pigment or perovskite absorption layers of light energy. The principal functionality of the cell is based on the capture of light by the pigment on a photosensitized semiconductor anode with subsequent regeneration of the pigment by the electrolyte. In our research we focused on the preparation and optimization of perovskite solar structures based on TiO2/CH3NH3PbI3. A total of six series of experimental solar cells with a perovskite structure were produced. The first two series were realized according to the chemical formula CH3NH3PbI3. In the other series, we applied the theory of added chlorine, resulting in the chemical formula CH3NH3PbI3Cl2. We defined the requirements for the creation of an active perovskite structure in the cell and determined its photovoltaic properties depending on the composition.
Development of medical advertising in printed media-comparison between periodicals "Světozor" and "Týden"
Kadlec, Michal ; Vošahlíková, Pavla (advisor) ; Knapík, Jiří (referee)
This diploma thesis observes representation and evolution of medical advertisement, products and services in print. This evolution is shown on comparing the two eras, the "first republic" and modern Czech Republic. The studied years of 1928 and 2008 demarcate the period of 80 years of transformation of advertisement market, but some of the rules are the same. The goal of this diploma thesis is to describe contemporary advertisement in chosen printed media, the magazines for public without specialization or further attributes "Světozor" and "Týden" serve for the research. The thesis observes which services and products were offered, in context of what and which methods were used. The text goes on from introduction to the topic and issues and analysis of particular samples from magazines to their comparation. The results of diploma thesis is the evaluation of used rules, according to the media themselves and the timeline. Thesis deals with the regulation of medical advertisement aswell. To compare them and increase the number of samples, the advertising of cosmetics sold in pharmacies is added. .
Perovskite Photovoltaic Cell With 72% Conversion Efficiency
Strachala, Dávid ; Hylský, Josef ; Kadlec, Michal
The main purpose of the work is to find an optimal way for the preparation of the perovskite photovoltaic cell with high conversion efficiency. An active perovskite layer is form as CH3NH3PbI3-2Cl2. In total has been created six solar cells. Conversion efficiency of best sample 1 has reached ηMAX = 7. 22 %. Samples were further analyzed and based on that were implemented other techniques for their improvement.
Construction-technological project of the building in the area of Rotana
Kadlec, Michal ; Brandtner, Michal (referee) ; Vlčková, Jitka Laura (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to process a construction-technological project of the building in the area Rotana. The aim of the thesis is to propose a suitable implementation procedure of the building. The thesis deals with the time schedule of the main object, itemized budget, major building machines and mechanisms, project of site equipment, study of the main construction phase realization, plan for securing material resources, technical report, time and financial object plan. The thesis also focused on the comparison bracing of foundation with the slopes.
Apartment building
Kadlec, Michal ; Hnízdilová, Aneta Aya (referee) ; Daněk, Lukáš (advisor)
The content of this bachelor thesis is the design of the new apartment building in the town of Velké Meziříčí. It is an object with four above-ground floors and a abasement. The vertical supporting structures are designed from ceramic masonry, in the basement from monolithic reinforced concrete. The object will be covered with a pitched roof. The design documentation has been prepared according to the valid legal technical regulations.
Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Solar Cells
Strachala, David ; Hylský, Josef ; Kadlec, Michal
The purpose of the presented work is to find an optimal way for the preparation of the organic-inorganic hybrid solar cells based on perovskite structure CH3NH3PbI3-2Cl2 /PC61BM. The main idea of the work is to create an eight solar cell samples with the highest possible conversion efficiency and stable structure. Conversion efficiency of created samples reached approximately ηMAX = 2, 5 %. Samples were futher analyzed and based on that were implemented other techniques for their improvement.
Development of medical advertising in printed media-comparison between periodicals "Světozor" and "Týden"
Kadlec, Michal ; Vošahlíková, Pavla (advisor) ; Knapík, Jiří (referee)
This diploma thesis observes representation and evolution of medical advertisement, products and services in print. This evolution is shown on comparing the two eras, the "first republic" and modern Czech Republic. The studied years of 1928 and 2008 demarcate the period of 80 years of transformation of advertisement market, but some of the rules are the same. The goal of this diploma thesis is to describe contemporary advertisement in chosen printed media, the magazines for public without specialization or further attributes "Světozor" and "Týden" serve for the research. The thesis observes which services and products were offered, in context of what and which methods were used. The text goes on from introduction to the topic and issues and analysis of particular samples from magazines to their comparation. The results of diploma thesis is the evaluation of used rules, according to the media themselves and the timeline. Thesis deals with the regulation of medical advertisement aswell. To compare them and increase the number of samples, the advertising of cosmetics sold in pharmacies is added. .

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