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Single-family house
Grančay, Martin ; Kolář, Radim (referee) ; Struhala, Karel (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is to design a two-storey detached energy efficient house for family with four members. First part of the thesis is focused on structural and architectural design of the house. The design will also include an assessment in terms of thermal engineering, acoustics, daylighting and sun glare and fire safety. The loadbearing structure of the house is a timber frame from I-joists which provides reduction of thermal bridges in wall structure. The main structure is supported by strip foundations made from reinforced concrete. On the first floor there is a main living area consisting of kitchen, dining area and living room with southwest views to the garden. On the first floor there are also rooms such as the office, utility room, toilet and entrance hall with windows facing to northeast direction. Second floor is designed to be the private zone of the house. On the second floor there is a master bedroom with en-suite, two children bedrooms, closet, bathroom and separate toilet. Second part of the thesis is focused on building services. The house is heated and cooled by an air-to-water heat pump system. The heating and cooling is provided by a radiant floor system. The heat pump's indoor unit has an integrated 190-liter hot water cylinder. The building also uses mechanical ventilation system with heat recovery with capacity of 350 m/h. Rainwater will be collected in a 6 m storage tank on the property with safety overflow to infiltration system. Photovoltaic panels will be installed on the roof of the house to generate electricity in a hybrid system with a capacity of 5,74 kWp.
Detached house in Boleradicích
Pospíšilová, Kateřina ; Jelínek, Petr (referee) ; Dohnal, Jakub (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is to design a nearly zero energy detached house for a family of four. The first part of the thesis is architectural and structural design, including fire safety solution and building physics, which is focusing on acoustic assessment, thermal assessment, and assessment of daylight. The second part is design of building services and design of heating system for a documentation for building permit. The building is located on gently sloping plot in a Boleradice in South Moravia. It has two storeys and gable roof. There is a separate one-storey garage with flat green roof on the plot. The building is based on a reinforced cocreate foundation slab on gravel of foam glass. The external walls are made from sand-lime blocks with ETICS of expanded polystyrene with graphite. The floor structure is a cast-in-place reinforced concrete slab. Gable roof is design like a warm roof, with load bearing structure from timber. The ground floor includes a walk-in wardrobe, a study, a utility room, a bathroom, a pantry, a living room open to a kitchen with access to the deck. The private zone, located on the first floor, consists of a master bedroom, children’s bedrooms, a bathroom, a separate toilet, and walk-in wardrobes. In the project, the design includes mechanic ventilation with heat recovery, rainwater management system, sanitary installation, electric installations, and a photovoltaic system as part of design conception of building services. Heating and domestic hot water treatment are provided by an air-water heat pump. Distribution of heat is provided by floor heating. The project also includes the Energy Performance Certificate.
The structure of mountain hotel in Beskydy
Danelová, Veronika ; Straka,, Bohumil (referee) ; Šmak, Milan (advisor)
The diploma thesis presents design and assessment of a loadbearing timber structure of mountain hotel in the Trojmezi u Hrčavy area. The object is a two-storey building without cellar and with attic rooms. The object has a floor plan of an incomplete octagon with a roofless central courtyard. The structure spans 36 meters at its widest dimension and the maximum height reaches almost 12 meters. The individual segments are covered by mono-pitched roof with 27° slope. The main loadbearing elements are constructed of glued laminated timber and solid timber with steel joints and gypsum fibreboard cladding. The loadbearing structure is designed and assessed in accordance with relevant standards, taking ultimate and serviceability limit state into consideration. The thesis includes an engineering report including bill of quantities, structural design report and drawings of loadbearing structure, anchorage and selected details.
Economic evaluation of wood buildings
Gregorová, Lucie ; Aigel, Petr (referee) ; Výskala, Miloslav (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is comparing timber frame construction and masonry building in the first and second part of building life cycle. The selected factors of these parts are costs and time-consuming of structure, comparing the masses of structures, their thermal insulation properties and their fire resistance. In the end, there is a comparison of costs of construction and construction lead-time for timber structure and masonry building.
Economic evaluation of timber construction and its possible adaptations
Mišúth, Marek ; Aigel, Petr (referee) ; Výskala, Miloslav (advisor)
The main objective of bachelor thesis is comparing materials selected by theparticles of the wooden building and find the most suitable variant possible.Comparative factors are based on economic, ecological and thermal technicalproperties of the structure.
Detached House
Stehlíková, Barbora ; Vlach, František (referee) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
The theme of the bachelor´s thesis is a project of a newly built detached house. The house is designed on quiet sloping plot in calm suburb of Frenštát pod Radhoštěm. The object has rectangular plan, it’s without cellar and it has two storeys. It’s a part of a bigger garden with one parking space on a side. The load-bearing structure is made of a timber frame. The external walls are made from straw bales. The external finish is made of lime render, the windows and doors are wooden, gable roof with dormer is covered by split shakes. Roof plane slope is 45°. At the object is one dwelling unit consisting of living room with kitchenette, workroom, three bedrooms, cloak-room and two bathrooms. The internal finish is made of earth plaster. Most of the timber construction stays visible including the timber floor. The roof will be insulated with sheep’s wool and furnished with lining. The design of the timber structure emphasises the use of natural materials.
Detached house
Fazekas, Dávid ; Žižka, Lukáš (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is two-storey wooden basement house. The building plot is located in Brno. The House is designed with the view of surrounding buildings and the location. The House will be used for living of a family of five members. The plan view of the House is almost rectangular. The main entrance and the driveway to the House is at 1st floor level. The vertical walls are formed by a wooden frame with thermal insulation sheathed on both sides of wood chip boards and plasterboards. The ceiling structure is made of wooden beams with embedded insulation. The detached house is covered with two sloping shed roofs. The project was prepared by a computer program called Nemetschek Allplan..
Kindergarten in Novy Jicin
Stančík, Adam ; Vlach, František (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
Single-storey C-shaped building of kindergarten in Nový Jičín with flat green roof.The building is situated on the flat land. The plot is accessible by local road. Kindergarted has irregular plan. The ends are connected by connecting tunnel, which is partly below ground level. Courtyard facade is a vertical garden - green facade.
Optimizing The Design of Dry Floors
Hlavsa, Petr ; Chybík,, Josef (referee) ; Klečka,, Tomáš (referee) ; Tuza, Karel (advisor)
This dissertation deals with the optimization of the dry floor design by solving the innovative floor composition supported by the development of a new floor element, doing so from the point of view of building physics – especially the heat and mass transfer in buildings – with the consideration for the benefits for acoustics. It is aimed at dry floors application to modern timber structure. In the area of heat and mass transfer in buildings, the impact of thermal stability of rooms and its increase in the use of a new floor structure is investigated with the inclusion of a proposed element improving the thermal storage capacity of the floor. All this in the context of ensuring the possible floor heating integration. In the evaluation of thermal stability in rooms, those operating conditions that are accompanied by interrupted heating, are considered to be key. After describing the current state of solving this issue, the main focus of this dissertation is its own development and design of a specific floor element and its integration into the floor composition. An important part of the dissertation consists of related numerical simulations, its own experiment, relevant measurements in the experimental object, and their evaluation.
The mountain hotel in Jeseníky
Holub, Radim ; Straka, Bohumil (referee) ; Šmak, Milan (advisor)
Design of timber structures of mountain hotel is performed. The building is slab-on-ground, three – storeyed, plan size axially 36×15 m. Total build up area is about 567 m2. It’s constructionally timber skeleton structure of modern construction that consist of supporting members and joists in several meter grid. Wall and floor frames, that provide object stability, consist of components of elementary frame structure. The roof of building is designed as plate girder in modul grid with lengthwise purlin.

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