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Microscopic analysis of materials sampled from the Mánes bridge in Prague
Frankeová, Dita ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Slížková, Zuzana
A microscopic analysis of historical concrete samples was performed within the construction-technical survey framework using a scanning electron microscope and SEM-EDS analysis. Characterization of mortar components, concrete degradation degree determination, and chemical corrosion products identification. The results of the survey work were used as a basis for the reconstruction project.
Chemical and mineralogical analysis of a mortar sampled from the well in the yard of the object Sedláčkova 15, Pilsen.
Frankeová, Dita ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Slížková, Zuzana
The mortar sample was analyzed using a TGA and SEM-EDS analysis as part of the construction and technical survey. The mortars' aggregate and binder components were analyzed, and the binder was identified as a mixture of soil and lime.
Idioms with proper names in Russian and Czech phraseology
Bauerová, Pavla ; Rajnochová, Natalie (advisor) ; Loikova-Nasenko, Tatiana (referee)
The aim of this thesis was to explain the specificity of idioms with proper nouns (onomastic idioms), to give an overview of the most common Russian onomastic idioms, to explain their orig in and to compare their usage with onomastic idioms in Czech. Proper nouns are specific lexical units which name unique denotate. Unlike common nouns they do not have any generaI meaning. However, during the development of a language some proper nouns can undergo the process of the so-called appelativization - to tum into a common noun and get the meaning. Such proper nouns occur in most of idioms. In some less frequent cases a proper noun can become a part of an idiom thanks to its rhythmical similarity to other idiom components or due to its accidental or genetic relativity to common nouns. In both languages onomastic idioms represent a specific and important part of the idiomatic system. Proper nouns contained in idioms can be both of domestic and foreign origin. The domestic Russian and Czech onomastic idioms can be divided into two groups based on the way they reflect the national specificity. The Hrst group consists of idioms reflecting extralinguistic factors such as domestic folklore, history and literature. The second group includes idioms reflecting national specificity caused by linguistic factors - idioms with...
Chemical and microstructural characterization of the artificial stone sample from the sandstone arcade at the Moravský Krumlov Castle
Frankeová, Dita ; Koudelková, Veronika ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Slížková, Zuzana
As part of the construction and technical survey, a microscopic analysis of samples of the artificial stone sample was performed using a scanning electron microscope and SEM ‐ EDS analysis. Characterization of mortars' aggregate and binder components was performed, and the binder was identified as portland cement.
Microscopic characterization of mortar samples from Vinohrady Railway Tunnels
Bauerová, Pavla ; Frankeová, Dita ; Slížková, Zuzana
Within the construction-technical survey framework, a microscopic analysis of historical concrete samples was performed using a scanning electron microscope and SEM-EDS analysis. Characterization of mortar components and identification of chemical corrosion products. The results of the survey work were used as a basis for the reconstruction project.
Characterization of stone and mortar sampled from Romanesque architectural fragment in archeological site under Prague Castle (CZ)
Slížková, Zuzana ; Frankeová, Dita ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Viani, Alberto ; Kozlovcev, Petr ; Svoboda, Milan
Material characterization of silicite stone and bending earth-lime mortar sampled from the archeological site below the 3rd courtyard of Prague Castle provides data on the chemical and mineralogical composition and microstructure of stone and mortar for the needs of the historic structure conservation.
Microscopic analysis of the mortar sampled from the fortress 'Stary Dvur', Krupka (CZ)
Bauerová, Pavla ; Frankeová, Dita ; Slížková, Zuzana
Chemical and mineralogical composition of the binder and the aggregate of mortar, using electron microscopy and SEM-EDS analysis
Characterization of 'brizolit' plasters from Zlín (CR) based on SEM-EDS microscopic analysis
Bauerová, Pavla ; Frankeová, Dita ; Slížková, Zuzana
Composition of the binder and the aggregate components in “Brizolit” plaster using SEM-EDS method. Plaster was sampled from the building façade in Zlín (CR).
Chemical and microstructural characterization of building materials sampled from Kamenička waterwork
Frankeová, Dita ; Bauerová, Pavla ; Koudelková, Veronika ; Slížková, Zuzana
Within the construction-technical survey framework, a microscopic analysis of historical concrete samples was performed using a scanning electron microscope and SEM-EDS analysis. Characterization of mortar components, determination of concrete degradation degree, and identification of chemical corrosion products. The results of the survey work were used as a basis for the reconstruction project.\n
Idioms with proper names in Russian and Czech phraseology
Bauerová, Pavla ; Loikova-Nasenko, Tatiana (referee) ; Rajnochová, Natalie (advisor)
The aim of this thesis was to explain the specificity of idioms with proper nouns (onomastic idioms), to give an overview of the most common Russian onomastic idioms, to explain their orig in and to compare their usage with onomastic idioms in Czech. Proper nouns are specific lexical units which name unique denotate. Unlike common nouns they do not have any generaI meaning. However, during the development of a language some proper nouns can undergo the process of the so-called appelativization - to tum into a common noun and get the meaning. Such proper nouns occur in most of idioms. In some less frequent cases a proper noun can become a part of an idiom thanks to its rhythmical similarity to other idiom components or due to its accidental or genetic relativity to common nouns. In both languages onomastic idioms represent a specific and important part of the idiomatic system. Proper nouns contained in idioms can be both of domestic and foreign origin. The domestic Russian and Czech onomastic idioms can be divided into two groups based on the way they reflect the national specificity. The Hrst group consists of idioms reflecting extralinguistic factors such as domestic folklore, history and literature. The second group includes idioms reflecting national specificity caused by linguistic factors - idioms with...

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