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Wellness pension
Pokorný, David ; Spáčil, Miroslav (referee) ; Brukner, Bohuslav (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the processing of project documentation for the construction of wellness pension. This building is designed in a medium sloping terrain on the edge part of the Rajhrad city. The building has 3 floors and garage in the basement. Object is divided into 2 parts, the first part consists a restaurant and 2 floors for temporary accommodation in 14 rooms for 45 customers. The second part consists wellness for accommodated and also for other outside customers. The roof is designed single skin with vegetation area (extensive). The project includes a solution of paved areas and access to the underground garage, fencing, water connection, sewage connection, rainwater conection including a retention tank and overflow into the rainwater sewerage. The construction system of the building is based on reinforced concrete footings connected to foundation strips in the places of the cladding, follow up reinforced concrete columns. The ceiling structures, including hidden girders and stairs, are made of monolithic, reinforced concrete. Vertical load-bearing structures are designed from POROTHERM ceramic blocks. The vertical structures of the basement are designed from lost formwork. The building's ventilation system is divided into four parts, the first part is for wellness, the second part is for restaurant and pension, third part is for kitchen, last part is for fire protected escape route.
Creating a knowledge base for insurance products
Pokorný, David ; Štrof, Jan (referee) ; Jirsík, Václav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is about developing a knowledge base for an expert system. Knowledge base is a set of appropriately coded knowledge from the areas of human activities, which can be expressed with some uncertainty. This created knowledge base is used for qualified selection of appropriate risk life insurance. Base is being create in cooperation with financially – advisory company and will be deployed in regular service where it will help Sales representatives in their regular expert work. Theoretical part of the document describes problematics of creation and tuning of a knowledge base, there is also described a wide range of usage expert system aplications and illustration of NPS expert system and its syntax. Practical part then consists of description of development knowledge base, evaluation of the final results and proposals for another development.
The influence of the quality of articulation UHMWPE inserts on the lifetime of joint replacements
Fulín, Petr ; Pokorný, David (advisor) ; Koudela, Karel (referee) ; Gallo, Jiří (referee)
This thesis focuses on the introduction with the problems of high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) in orthopedics in the first part. It discusses the history, properties and processes that lead to the failure of UHMWPE joint replacement components. The experimental part validates the hypotheses expressed. It acquaints readers with the experimental verification of the effect of different types of sterilization on the oxidative stability of laboratory prepared samples and explanted UHMWPE joint replacement components using methods of infrared microscopy, electron spin resonance, mechanical tests and tests of microhardness. Other experimental measurements on a large set of explanted components of hip and knee total joint replacements validates the hypothesis that the amount of oxidative damage affects the lifespan of joint replacements. The third part of the experimental study maps the degree of oxidative damage in different places of the hip and knee joint replacements. In the final part we experimentally demonstrate the fact that the rate of oxidative damage has an effect on supramolecular structure of the UHMWPE. From the above experiments are concluded clearly defined recommendations for clinical practice, which should lead to extend the lifespan of total joints replacements in orthopaedics....
Three-Dimensional Anatomy of the Proximal Humerus and Rotator cuff attachment : Study of Clinical Anatomy for Optimization of Shoulder Arthroplasty Implantation
Hromádka, Rastislav ; Pokorný, David (advisor) ; Gallo, Jiří (referee) ; Zach, Petr (referee)
The thesis describes the anatomical study, which has been taken place at Orthopedic Clinic of the 1st Faculty of Medicine, Motol University Hospital and at Institute of Anatomy 1st Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague from 2002 till 2009. The study was focused on the area of the upper part of the humerus in order to measure spatial relationships among anatomical structures, especially attachments of rotator cuff muscles to optimize implantation arthroplasty of shoulder joint. Clinico-anatomical study, which results were published in 2010, was also based at measuring angular relations of structures proximal humerus. The proximal humerus was marked by 29 points on the cortical bone, which defined the position of the medial margin of the greater tubercle, the lateral margin of the lesser tubercle, bicipital groove, the crest of greater tubercle and to define position of the proximal humeral metaphyseal axis and anatomical neck. Measurements were carried out in the transversal planes and the measurement method was developed on the reconstruction and the spatial definition of basic axes (axis of humeral head and axis of proximal humeral shaft) with the optimized number of reference points of anatomical neck and cortical bone of proximal humeral shaft. Angles between the axis of the head...
Detached house with business premises
Pokorný, David ; Juráň, Vladimír (referee) ; Brukner, Bohuslav (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the processing of project documentation for the construction of a family house with an establishment. This building is designed in a slightly sloping terrain on the edge part of the village Holasice, part of Brno-countryside. The family house has a partial basement and two floors. Establishment is designed as a single-storey building with own access from the road and will be used for design activities. The building is based on plain concrete strip. Vertical structures are designed from ceramic blocks. Vertical stuctures of the basement will be also protected by a layer of permanent blocks. The roof of the family house is designed as a gable, above the garage is a flat roof with a vegetation area. Ceiling structures are made of monolithic, reinforced concrete.
Morphology study of ultra thin layers by XPS analysis of multiple peaks of a single element
Pokorný, David ; Šik, Ondřej (referee) ; Polčák, Josef (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with methodology of thin film thickness determination using X-ray radiation of silver anode which provides radiation with energy of 2984,3 eV. This energy is twice as high as the standard aluminium radiation which allows a measurement of new photoelectron lines with higher bonding energy and it also provides thanks to the higher photoelectron energy greater information depth. In order to get the right results it was necessary to calibrate the spectrometer Kratos Axis Supra in the silver anode mode first and found out the form of the transmission function. The determination of the thickness of the thin layer was demonstrated by the comparation of the ratio of different photoelectron lines intensities with the theoretical model. For that purpose was specifically used the Si 1s and Si 2p peak bound in the substrate in the Si-Si bonding or in the thin oxid layer in the Si-O bonding. The results show that for thin SiO2/Si film thickness determination is the best to use the intensity ratio of only one photoelectron line. A silver anode however provides greater information depth.
The influence of the quality of articulation UHMWPE inserts on the lifetime of joint replacements
Fulín, Petr ; Pokorný, David (advisor) ; Koudela, Karel (referee) ; Gallo, Jiří (referee)
This thesis focuses on the introduction with the problems of high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) in orthopedics in the first part. It discusses the history, properties and processes that lead to the failure of UHMWPE joint replacement components. The experimental part validates the hypotheses expressed. It acquaints readers with the experimental verification of the effect of different types of sterilization on the oxidative stability of laboratory prepared samples and explanted UHMWPE joint replacement components using methods of infrared microscopy, electron spin resonance, mechanical tests and tests of microhardness. Other experimental measurements on a large set of explanted components of hip and knee total joint replacements validates the hypothesis that the amount of oxidative damage affects the lifespan of joint replacements. The third part of the experimental study maps the degree of oxidative damage in different places of the hip and knee joint replacements. In the final part we experimentally demonstrate the fact that the rate of oxidative damage has an effect on supramolecular structure of the UHMWPE. From the above experiments are concluded clearly defined recommendations for clinical practice, which should lead to extend the lifespan of total joints replacements in orthopaedics....
SiO2 etching by Si deposition
Pokorný, David ; Bábor, Petr (referee) ; Polčák, Josef (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with one of the most interesting reactions taking place in the solid phase in UHV conditions and that is decomposition of SiO2 according to the equation Si + SiO2 = 2SiO. It was used the previously untested procedure - providing Si atoms not from substrate, but by direct deposition on the surface of the oxide. As a source of silicon atoms was used effusion cell. Deposition of silicon on SiO2 substrate was used at room temperature and at elevated temperature to clarify the principle of this reaction. The activation energy and temperature dependence of the reaction rate was determined. It was also verified the possibility of etching SiO2 by Si deposition in UHV conditions. The prepared samples were examined by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and atomic force microscopy.
Three-Dimensional Anatomy of the Proximal Humerus and Rotator cuff attachment : Study of Clinical Anatomy for Optimization of Shoulder Arthroplasty Implantation
Hromádka, Rastislav ; Pokorný, David (advisor) ; Gallo, Jiří (referee) ; Zach, Petr (referee)
The thesis describes the anatomical study, which has been taken place at Orthopedic Clinic of the 1st Faculty of Medicine, Motol University Hospital and at Institute of Anatomy 1st Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague from 2002 till 2009. The study was focused on the area of the upper part of the humerus in order to measure spatial relationships among anatomical structures, especially attachments of rotator cuff muscles to optimize implantation arthroplasty of shoulder joint. Clinico-anatomical study, which results were published in 2010, was also based at measuring angular relations of structures proximal humerus. The proximal humerus was marked by 29 points on the cortical bone, which defined the position of the medial margin of the greater tubercle, the lateral margin of the lesser tubercle, bicipital groove, the crest of greater tubercle and to define position of the proximal humeral metaphyseal axis and anatomical neck. Measurements were carried out in the transversal planes and the measurement method was developed on the reconstruction and the spatial definition of basic axes (axis of humeral head and axis of proximal humeral shaft) with the optimized number of reference points of anatomical neck and cortical bone of proximal humeral shaft. Angles between the axis of the head...

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