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Hotel Zubří
Dvořák, Martin ; Vaněk, Jiří (referee) ; Smolka, Radim (advisor)
The main subject of my diploma thesis is creating a design documentation for the construction of a hotel. The hotel has its own restaurant and is situated in the northern outskirts of Žďár nad Sázavou. The building is located on a slightly sloping terrain with small green vegetation. The hotel is three-story with partial basement. It is roofed with a pitched roof. The hotel meets the requirements of comfort star (***) in hotel rating. The accommodation capacity is 58 people placed into 13 rooms. Two rooms are designed to be accessible for people with reduced mobility and orientation. The rooms are located on the first and second floor. On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall with reception and toilets for the guests from the restaurant. In the south-western part of the hotel are located staff facilities such as a kitchen facility or a place of supply. The north-western part of the building is designed for the management and support areas. The building is designed to respect local regulations and construction principles. With its architectural design, the building completely fits into the surrounding landscape and does not disturb its character in any way.
Apartment building in Hutisko - Solanec
Šrámek, Jakub ; Pilík, Václav (referee) ; Bantová, Sylva (advisor)
The bachelor’s thesis focuses on the topic an apartment building in the village Hutisko-Solanec and it is processed in the form of documentation for the execution of constructions. The building contains five units 3+ kk, one unit 2+ kk and two units 1+ kk. The building is in the shape of a simple rectangle with three above-ground and one underground floor. A structural system of the building is brick, combinened and consisted of a permanent formwork in the underground floor and in the above-ground floor is clay masonry of the type THERM. A floor structure is designed as cast-in-place reinforced slabs. The building is roofed by saddle and pitched roof. The building is completely insulated with the ETICS system.
Detached house with literature café
Horváthová, Radka ; Vystrčil, Jan (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the elaboration of project documentation for the construction of a family house with a business establishment, located in the village of Dolná Krupá. The building is detached, with a partial basement. It is functionally divided into two parts - a family house with two above-ground floors for a family of four and an establishment and one above-ground and one underground floor. The business establishment is designed as a literary cafe and bookstore, which is located in the basement. The construction system of the building masonry, the basement masonry is made of concrete block; the masonry of the above-ground floors is made of ceramic fittings. The ceiling structure is semi-assembled. The roofing of the building is a pitched roof with folded sheet metal and partly with a flat walkable roof. The construction of the pitched roof is made of truss girder. The building is in a gentle sloping terrain.
Construction-technological stage of the roofing of the production building in Rohovládová Bělá
Marek, Jiří ; Venkrbec, Václav (referee) ; Diaz, Yvetta (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the technological part of the roofing of the assembly center Top Centrum in Rohovládová Bělá. The aim of this thesis is the development of the technological prescription, the solution for transportation routes, the site equipment, the time schedule, the proposal of the machinery set, and the development of the inspection and test plan. The aim of the thesis also includes the development of the itemized budget including the measurement report and the report on safety and health protection at work.
Optimization of a lightweight pitched roof in order to reduce summer heat gains
Svobodová, Sylvia ; Rubina, Aleš (referee) ; Sedlák,, Vladimír (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The thesis deals with the topic of overheating of attic rooms during the summer period. In vast majority of family houses and apartment houses with inhabited attic spaces is the roof solved as lightweight. This kind of roof assembly is not able to sufficiently resist the summer boundary conditions and leads to increased heat gains in the interior. In this work, the attention is drawn entirely to the heat penetration through the roof. Different aspects of passive cooling were applied to the roof and the impact of each change was assessed. This concerns the color of the tiles, thermal accumulation, reflective surfaces and the ventilated air layer. The temperature and velocity profiles in the ventilated cavity were monitored and an analysis of the ventilated cavity efficiency was conducted. For individual analyses was used software – based on the principles of the Finite Element Method or the dynamic simulation software. Also other methods were employed: long-term measurement of temperatures on roof models; short-term measurement of surface temperature of various kinds of roof tiles; and laboratory measurement of reflexivity. Also the effect of insect grilles on the air flow is discussed; which was tested on a ventilator track. In this publication are explained the principles of natural convection; boundary layers and the theory of the coefficient of heat transfer. This work includes a standard of the precise calculation methodology for ventilated roofs which was developed for the purpose of creating a user-friendly guide. The results of individual analyses show, a definitely positive effect of the ventilated cavity on the heat gain reduction of attic rooms. The current technical solution of a roof ridge provides the exhaust of the water vapor from a roof assembly; but for providing ventilation for reducing heat gains is insufficient. This lead to a concept of an innovative roof ridge design which enhances the air exchange between the cavity and outdoor environment.
Newly-built of hotel
Smolíková, Zuzana ; Nováková, Eva (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The subject of the Diploma thesis was to design and prepare a documentation for the construction of a spa hotel. The building is situated in the village of Lipno nad Vltavou. This area is famous for a ski resort and the Lipno Dam which can be seen from the hotel. The hotel consists of three operating parts - spa, restaurant, accommodation and recreation area. The whole complex is designed as two rectangular plans. The spa part is a one-storey building with a flat green roof. The hotel with restaurant is a three-storey building with a pitched roof and metal roofing. The main entrance is oriented to the north. In front of the building there is a parking space for hotel guests. The spa structural system is a mix of a reinforced concrete frame with beam and a wall system made of clay blocks Porotherm. The hotel and restaurant is a wall structural system made of clay blocks Porotherm. The floor structure is designed as reinforced concrete slabs. The whole building is insulated to meet all the requirements of energy consumption of buildings.
Hotel in Bojnice
Hoang, Dong Thy ; Semrád, Antonín (referee) ; Štěpánek, Ladislav (advisor)
This diploma´s thesis deals with the processing of project documenation for a four – storey, none – basement, hotel building with a restaurant in Bojnice. The restaurant and a bar is accessible from the first floor, with seperate entrances. Additionally, there are twenty-six aparments on the second and third floor, where two of the apartments are barrier-free. Technical rooms, and offices rooms are designed into the last floor.
Building on Obchodná Street in Bratislava
Grolmus, Juraj ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is six-storey concret basement multifunctional objekt. The building plot is located in Bratislava. The multifunctional object is designed with the view of the location. The Object will be used for trade and services and for living of a families. The object is in the shape of a rectangle. The main entrance and the driveway to the Object is at 1st ground floor level.The vertical supporting structures are formed by concrete pillars and walls with Ytong blocks that are insulated. The ceiling structure is made of concrete monolithic panels. The multifunctional object covers a pitched roof. The project was prepared by a computer program called Archicad.
Apartment building B2
Helis, Jan ; Šoulová, Eva (referee) ; Vlček, Milan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is a newly-built apartment house, part of the basement is above the ground level. The main part of the residential building is rectangular with an L shape extension as a garaging. There will be a living roof above the garaging. The residential building is a three-storey building with a top floor being within a roof space and one basement floor. The basement consists of storage and utility area for the apartments, including bicycle store, workshop and seven parking spaces, one of which is allocated for disabled. Five residential units are provided with one unit designated as wheelchair accessible.
Small Apartment House
Hanák, Martin ; Novotný, Miloslav (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
THE AIM OF THE BACHELORS THESIS IS A NEW BUILDING OF A SMALL APARTMENT HOUSE IN UHERSKÉ HRADIŠTĚ. BUILDING HAS FOUR FLOORS AND ONE UNDERGROUD FLOOR. IN THE UNDERGROUND FLOOR ARE STORAGE STORES FOR BULDING USERS AND A TECHNICAL FACILITIES. THERE ARE TWO APARTMENT UNITS AT EACH FLOOR, 2+1 AND 3+KK, OVERALL THERE IS EIGHT APARTMENTS UNITS, APARTMENT 3+KK ON THE GROUND FLOOR IS MADE AS A ACCESSIBLE FLAT, ALL FLATS ARE SOLVED IN THE SAME WAY. BUILDING IS EQUIPPED WITH LIFT FOR IMMOBILE MAINLY BECAUSE OF ACCESSIBLE FLAT. IT´S A MOUND BUILDING MADE BY POROTHERM SYSTÉM WITH PREFABRICATED FLOOR, PITCHED ROOF IS MADE BY ROOF STRUCTURE. OVERALL CONSTRUCTION FITS SURROUNDING BUILDINGS.

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