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Trends in renewable sources and in modern energy
Mejzlík, Filip ; Milčák, Pavel (referee) ; Toman, Filip (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis is focused on the topic of renewable resources. The first part of the thesis deals with the description of individual renewable sources such as solar energy, wind energy, water energy and energy from biomass. The second content of the bachelor's thesis is the approximation of trends in renewable resources and modern energy. The content includes individual possibilities for non-traditional use of renewable resources that can be applied in the future energy sector. The third chapter deals with the possibilities and limitations of renewable resources in the Czech Republic.
On-line calculators for the design of renewable energy installations
Ondráček, David ; Pospíšil, Jiří (referee) ; Linda, Jakub (advisor)
This thesis focuses on the field of renewable energy sources (RES). It focuses on the topic of computational tools that manage the design process of a system using RES. These tools are introduced, their calculation methodology is described and then they are evaluated. As a part of this thesis there is also introduced a design of a unique calculation tool. This tool calculates the energy balance of a dwelling using solar energy and a heat pump.
CARBON Visitor Center
Tichá, Karolína ; Šindlar, Jiljí (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the reconstruction of the former mine tower into a visitor center of the Frenštát Coal Mine. The mine is located near Frenštát pod Radhoštěm, in Trojanovice. The area is surrounded by the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains. The project aims to lure residents back to the abandoned mine and create a new place full of life and activity. The project also focuses on sustainability and renewable resources.
Technology Power to X
Řezník, Dominik ; Baláš, Marek (referee) ; Kracík, Petr (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with technologies for the electricity storage based on its conversion into another form of energy ("Power to X"). It considers the possibility of their use for the storage of electricity generated by renewable energy sources, which should gradually replace conventional electricity production in coal-fired power plants. The first chapter of the thesis is devoted to the current and possible future state of the electricity sector in the Czech Republic and a description of selected electricity generation technologies. The second chapter contains a classification and description of technologies suitable for electricity storage – their functional principles, advantages and disadvantages or e.g. possibilities of further use of products obtained by means of conversions are included. In the third chapter, selected parameters of these technologies are illustratively compared in created graphs, each containing two parameters. The results of the comparison are then continuously discussed.
Design of a photovoltaic power plant for a selected building
Zerzánek, Tomáš ; Křivík, Petr (referee) ; Jandová, Kristýna (advisor)
This bachelor‘s thesis is focused on giving energy by renewable resources, more precisely photovoltaic power plants and heat pumps. The principles of energy sources, or production processes, are described for the given energy sources. There is described theory of photovoltaic power plant in more detail. Practical part of this thesis is concentrated on design of photovoltaic power plant for energy independence of family house, which is simulated in PV*SOL software. Hereafter is heat pump output power designed by heat losses of building. The building has lower electricity consumption needed for heating, by using a heat pump.
Inovation of a photovoltaic power system with battery storage
Pallová, Ivana ; Jandová, Kristýna (referee) ; Vaněk, Jiří (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on the Innovation of the existing power plant with battery storage. In the theoretical part, the individual parts of the photovoltaic power plant are introduced, the principle of operation of the photovoltaic cell and the individual types of these cells are desribed. The work also deals with the description of the existing photovoltaic power plant and their components. Subsequently, a battery systém and otherpossibilities of Innovation with the possibility of a subsidy and without it are designed. In the final part, the most advantageous solution is evaluated according to the performes simulations.
Democratic Architecture – Ostrava
Staněk, Lukáš ; Šmédek, František (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the design of a residential building in an almost neglected location in Moravská Ostrava. The proposal looks for a way how to portray housing as such as community housing applicable in Czech conditions. The result is an adaptable environment that users can choose according to their wishes, as democracy says - about choices, about voting. Its variable and flexible form offers very easily and quickly changes to the program, whatever the advanced age of users, or with the needs for more space for new additions to households. Even the smallest apartments take on a sense of generosity, with pull-out furniture and wall - screens. The interior of the flats is renewed and creats a "room in a room". However, the case study also deals with the housing crisis and the shortage of housing, so the variety of functions are limited mainly to housing. However, the capacity for variation are retained and can be adapted over time to community housing, mixed - used or office space in an attractive location. It addresses the housing crisis comprehensively, and with a choice of apartment sizes ranging from studio apartments to 3 bedroom apartments. This system can be applicable to a variety of areas as well as plots with numerous dimensions. One of the many goals is to connect the public space with the indoor and outdoor space of the building. But it is it is important to maintain the intimacy of not only the semi-public space - the common areas of the building, but also the intimacy of the apartments. The design becomes a meeting point between the city and nature, specifically the roof garden and root purifier located in an unenclosed atrium in the wider centre of Ostrava. At the same time, it is capable of lowering the temperature in a densely populated and sparsely vegetated area.
Solar energy and its financial and legal aspects
Němec, Jan ; Boháč, Radim (advisor) ; Vybíral, Roman (referee)
Resume in English language Solar energy and its financial and legal aspects The topic of this thesis is the production of electricity from solar light and its legislation in the Czech Republic and European Union. The objective of this thesis is to analyse the whole development since the year 2005 until today, because it is full of interesting aspects. After the introduction the first part of this thesis is focused on the legislation of the European Union, which created foundation for Czech laws, i.e. Directives 2001/77/EC and 2009/28/EC. It is followed by the analysis of Czech laws, which were valid at that time, especially the Act no. 180/2005 Coll., and the Act no. 458/2008 Sb., Energy Act. As for the Energy Act, there is also added part about its current amendment and also the Act on income taxes is mentioned. Following part is focused on the solar boom, its causes and consequences. Because of the fact that the implemented solutions has provoked large discussions, this chapter is focused also on individual implemented solutions. Third part of the thesis is crucial and it is focused on the analysis of key court decisions in this field, i.e. three main court decisions, which are related to the solar tax. Those are interesting decisions of the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Administrative Court of the...
Design of a sustainable urban structure - based on a medieval city - for the 21st century.
Čech, Daniel ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The aim of the design was to create a functional urban structure in Náměšť nad Oslavou, which works on the principles of a modern city of the 21st century, but is also inspired by elements of a medieval city. So it is a marriage of the old with the new. On this basis, a compact functional structure was designed, which functions as a complement to the existing development and does not serve as a separate unit. In the new development, therefore, elements were designed to help improve the quality of life throughout the city. Emphasis was placed on the unique character of the development, a car-free center, plenty of green space and work with natural resources. The design has a lifespan of tens to hundreds of years. The proposed development can later be extended to the space, but also to the height.
Energy management of intelligent buildings with related to RES
Michálek, Jiří ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Bátora, Branislav (advisor)
This thesis deals with modelling of virtual building controlled by PLC Foxtrot and using renewable power sources and building energy management system. The paper is composed from two parts. First part is focused on theoretical analysis of smart buildings and renewable power sources. Second part is practical and it’s focused working with PLC Foxtrot, economic benefits of the energy saving systems and on realization of a virtual building.

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