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Modal Split in Major Czech Cities: Thorough Analysis and Proposal of Policies Leading to Less Car-Dependent Urban Mobility
Bystřický, Vojtěch ; Ščasný, Milan (advisor) ; Šťastná, Lenka (referee)
This thesis focuses on examining the modal split in the five largest Czech cities. Using data from the first nationwide survey on travel behavior in the Czech Republic called Česko v pohybu, the author identifies the main factors which influence the mode choice of inhabitants of Czech cities. The data were evaluated using multinomial logistic regression. Since modal split studies of a large extent are mostly conducted in Western Europe, the United States or Asia-Pacific region, the main contribution of this thesis is to shed some light also on the travel behavior in the Central Europe, more precisely in the largest cities of the Czech Republic. The author analyzes the impact of socio-demographic variables, such as the respondents' age, education level or household income, as well as the importance of the variables related to the trip, such as trip purpose or trip distance. Further, the author also provides comparison of the travel behavior between the examined cities. Among other findings, the author finds that the entitlement to discounted public transport coupons through the ownership of a discount card does not have a significant effect on the probability of using public transport. Further, the results also show that higher education level does not lead to greater use of ecologically friendly...
Construction technological project of a multi-storey parking house
Petrova, Arina ; Nečasová, Barbora (referee) ; Doubek, Rostislav (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is the construction and technological preparation of a multi-storey parking House.The building is designed to provide storage space for cars in addition to the swimming pool and residential areas. Thesis contains engineering report, a detailed time schedule for the main building object, project of construction site, technological notes and inspection and test plans for particular steps of construction, proposal of suitable machines and mechanisms required for construction and wider relationships of transport routes to construction site. It also includes protection of health and safety at work taking into account environmental protection.
Construction technological project of the swimming pool building in Brno
Kosarev, Dmitrii ; Kantová, Radka (referee) ; Doubek, Rostislav (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is civil technical project of the swimming pool building in Brno. The construction is conceived as a sports facility with two parts of pool – a large and a small bath, a large hall, dressing rooms and other technical spaces. The thesis includes a technical report, time and financial plan of the building, project of construction site equipment, mechanical assembly of the main mechanisms used during construction, as well as a time plan and the necessary number of workers.
Coworking hub Špitálka
Gebauer, Pavel ; Kalánek, Jiří (referee) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
The building is a continuation of the current architectural and urban planning study, which considers the concept of the Špitálka development location as a new area in the sense of a Smart city. Existing archive objektu is composed of a dominant four-store mass with a flat roof and a single-store extension with vaulted roof structure by three barrel vaults. The structural system uses the existing reinforced concrete frame with a 6x6 meter module. The Infill structures are designed in the form of CLT panels. Wood, with its ability to regulate humidity and absorb noise could also reduces risk of the global warming. The idea of a coworking space is based on the disruption of the typical horizontal division of floors. The individual floors are completely independent of each other and do not influence each other in any way. On the contrary, there is maximize openness even in the vertical plane in the form of random views. The project aims to use of energy from renewable sources and thus be as self-sufficient as possible. The overall energy stability is aided by the concept of thermal and electrical grids on site. The main source of energy is transfer station from a hot water which supplemented by a absorbing heat exchanger. The building reuse rainwater for watering green facades and gardens and also use photovoltaic panels to support an aspect of a self-sufficient system of the building. The third part of the thesis is dedicated to th issue of facility managment. The connection of the object with intelligent systems helps to maximize user satisfaction. With a comprehensive solution through CAFM software, the building can respond to the problems and shortcomings of individual services, from technology management and accounting to security management or waste management.
Corporate Social Responsibility in construction sector
Berdibekov, Alisher ; Vaňková, Lucie (referee) ; Hanák, Tomáš (advisor)
CSR, podnikání, životní prostředí, společenská odpovědnost firem ve stavebnictví, zainteresované strany ABSTRACT The diploma project entitled "Corporate Social Responsibility in the construction industry" aims to provide an overview of the companies in the construction industry based in the Czech Republic.The work is divided into two parts. The first part carries the definition of the term CSR, the history of the term, the meaning, development, driving forces of its application, views and influence on various areas of business. The second part is devoted to the analysis of the trend of CSR development in the Czech Republic. An effort was made to learn about the problems that stand in the way of the development / implementation of CSR and the results in case of its use.
Lead in the environment and its toxic effects
This diploma thesis on the topic "Lead in the environment and its toxic effect" is focused on the characteristic of toxic heavy metals, on the lead contamination of the environment and also on the toxic effect of lead. This diploma thesis also includes an insight into the individual components of the environment. The diploma thesis also contains a chapter about laboratory diagnostics and on the treatment of lead intoxication. Two aims are selected in this diploma thesis. The first one is to define lead, its propeties, localization, impacts on the environment and its toxic effects on human health. The second aim is to analyze data from a questionnaire survey about the public awareness of lead influence on the nature environment and the toxic effects of lead. The quantitative research was chosen for this diploma thesis, which was attended by 102 respondents. The conditions for participation in the research part weren´t set and data collection was implamented using anonymous questionnaire surveys. This diploma thesis can be used for study purposes and as a source of information about lead and its impact on the environment and its toxic effect on the human body. The result of the research is that respondents are well-informed about lead. They are acquainted with the information regarding the properties of lead and its use, and regardinglead contamination of the environment, as well as the fact that lead is legislatively monitored in the Czech Republic. Respondents also have an overview about lead effects on the human body and symptoms of lead intoxication.
Consumerism and the environment - geographical and some other contexts
The thesis has a clear aim to outline the issue of consumerism and its inevitable development in contemporary modern society. There is an attempt to show its origins, practices and consequences. It also seeks to draw attention to the increased threat of ecological catastrophe associated with consumerism that could arise from the consequences of poor waste management in developing countries, particularly on the African continent. This region has been chosen as an ideal non-consumerist world. The United States of America, on the other side, is presented as a contrast to Africa as a typical country where consumerism is high, and its population is the world's biggest polluter in terms of waste production. The theoretical part relies on expert heuristics, which are supported by electronic resources in the form of various projects and analyses that have been previously carried out and now used to investigate the problem described.
The shared economy in the principles of the circular economy
This thesis is based on the definition of the sharing economy in the principles of circular economy, defining some basic concepts related to this issue. At the same time, their interconnection is also explained. The whole investigation is conducted from the perspective of the participants in the sharing economy, which means across generations, specifically generations X, Y and Z. The primary objective of this thesis is to evaluate the use of the sharing economy in the principles of the circular economy, depending on the age and income of its users, while also considering the most used area of the sharing economy, based on the analysis. The chosen analysis was carried out through a questionnaire survey and statistical calculations to test the established hypotheses. The secondary objective is then to propose measures to improve the situation in the selected sector of the economy.
Disposable plastic products on the Czech market
VRBA, David
The bachelor thesis deals with the issue of disposable plastic products. The first part deals with the consumption, negatives and positives of plastics. It also describes the handling of plastic waste and the content of the new Directive (EU) 2019/904 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the reduction of the impact of certain plastic products on the environment. The questionnaire survey is used to evaluate the consumption of disposable plastic products on the Czech market.
Šumava tourism in the context of sustainability
KRŠOVÁ, Kristýna
This bachelor thesis examines the history of Šumava in comparison with the current tourism in the area. It introduces the natural and historical tourist attractions in Sumava and then examines the quality of the environment with regard to the most visited tourist sites. The main methodology needed to achieve the objective is to collect data using questionnaires and subsequent statistical evaluation. I personally collected the questionnaires at 6 selected most touristic places. Furthermore, I evaluated the dependencies of the identification questions in relation to the issues under study. The thesis concludes with a proposal for the development of tourism in a less busy area in Šumava.

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