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Inquiry-based education focused on traffic noise pollution
Gonzálezová, Natálie ; Jelen, Jakub (advisor) ; Matějček, Tomáš (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses on teaching the impacts of traffic in grammar schools. Specifically, it addresses one of the leading negative impacts, namely noise pollution, which is a worsening problem as the volume of traffic continues to grow. The aim of the thesis is to create and implement a lesson on this topic using an inquiry-based teaching approach. Pupils will learn how to measure approximate noise levels, understand its impacts, and devise a plan to improve the situation. The lesson will be pilot tested by pupils from the Secondary School of Surveying and the Geographical Grammar School in Prague. The theoretical part introduces the issue of noise pollution in more detail, describes inquiry-based teaching and its integration into lessons. The practical part provides teaching materials and a thorough methodology, that serves as a guide for teachers who would like to apply the lesson in their classes. Subsequently, the course of the lesson at the Geographical Grammar School is described, along with reflections from both the teacher's and students' perspectives. Based on assessment of the students' knowledge before and after the lesson, they appeared to have a better understanding of the issue. In the feedback, the pupils especially appreciated the fieldwork, the formation and testing of...
Impacts of Digitization on Organisational Sustainability
Klementová, Kateřina ; Pavláková Dočekalová, Marie (referee) ; Kocmanová, Alena (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the connections between digitization and the sustainability of bussiness. It focuses on improving financial stability and reducing the carbon footprint by entering the digital world. It tries to design a plan for the selected company to reach the set goals. Based on a detailed calculation, the consequences of digitization on the sustainability of the company are deduced.
Building technology study of the revitalization of the Governor's Palace in Brno
Osladil, Martin ; Doubek, Rostislav (referee) ; Kantová, Radka (advisor)
The content of the bachelor's thesis is a construction-technology study of the revitalization of the Governor's Palace in Brno. It focuses on the main stage processes of the implementation of the repair of plasters, floors and paved area in the historically protected zone of the city of Brno. In this thesis, the traffic situation is addressed in detail with the design of routes from individual collection points and landfills to construction sites. There is also a technological study of the implementation of the main technological stages. Repairs of plasters in the exterior and interior of the building and all newly designed compositions of floor structures and reinforced surfaces with cutting works as well as making new constellations are dealt with. Based on the design documentation, I have produced a detailed statement of the acreage for all areas and the annex where the areas concerned are indicated. For both stage processes, a time and financial plan is developed using software that is an annex to the work, accompanied by a comment ary in the text section. The basic cockpit of construction traffic is also addressed with a proposal for the distribution of areas and resources for construction. For stage processes, there are 2 technological regulations in which there is a detailed procedure for all compositions and types of processes. In the chapter "Design of machinery assemblies" there is an assessment of the possible deployment of machinery with a focus on both economic and technological advantage. The work also deals in detail with safety measures at the construction site, with an emphasis on possible risks and the design of measures in the implementation of the main stage processes and behaviour at the construction site. In addition, details of the structures, continuities and protection of the monument-worthy structures are processed. This object is very special due to the preserved elements of Baroque architecture, and therefore the design of the solution is directed towards the highest level of preservation and preservation of the monument.
Design of a contemporary sustainable urban structure for a 21st century city
Bretterová, Anna ; Boulaz, Ivana (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
This work focuses on the design of a new urban structure in the Břeclav and the connection of separate parts of the city while respecting the protection zones. It also includes the design of new public spaces – streets, parks, squares. The proposed solution tries to support and further develop the character of the city - the close connection with nature and the frequent use of bicycle transport. The work also deals with the revitalization of the current course of the Dyje River - the re-meandering and restoration of the old river arm. Finally, space is also dedicated to improving the quality of transport in Břeclav.
Mountain rescue of the Czech Republic
This bachelor thesis is focused on mapping out the work of the Mountain rescue service of the Czech Republic and the area of cooperation of mountain rescue services in selected countries of the EU. The mountain rescue service plays a significant role in first aid provision and transport of afflicted persons from a complicated terrain, where the ambulance crew would have a difficult entry. It is, however, overlooked by lay public and misconceptions about functioning of the organisation often occur.
Changes in the composition of the company's fleet in relation to the EU's "green deal" objectives
Tobiášová, Eliška ; Jandová, Kristýna (referee) ; Bača, Petr (advisor)
The purpose of this master thesis is to examine the so-called Green Deal and the related directives and regulations that are intended to help achieve the objectives set out in the Green Deal, as well as to analyse the fleets of the Member States of the European Union and the company with which cooperation has been established as part of this work. The thesis describes the Green Deal and its objectives. The European Union directives and plans with the aim of reducing CO2 that are currently approved or are yet to come into force are also mentioned, while at the same time they are compared with the directives and targets in force in the EU Member States, including the Czech Republic. In the following chapters, a brief description of the cars by type of fuel is given in order to follow a detailed analysis of the fleets of Germany, Sweden, Spain, Slovakia, France, Poland and the Czech Republic. This analysis is carried out using graphs and official statistics available from government institutions. Furthermore, an analysis of the company's fleet is made, summarising in tables the parameters of the vehicles available to the company. The results of the fleet analysis are also summarised in graphs based on the year of vehicle manufacture, emissions, and fuel type. In addition, an analysis of hybrids and electric vehicles currently in the company's fleet is also provided. This analysis works with data provided by the company and examines the cost of driving these vehicles, consumption, and battery usage ratio. Finally, a suggestion is made for the replacement of the current vehicles with the aim of saving emissions.
Vliv délky a způsobu transportu jiker na jejich líhnivost u hlavatky obecné (Hucho hucho)
The success of transporting both unfertilized and fertilized artificially stripped ova of huchen from the farm for up to 5 days was tested. A mixture of ova from 8 females was divided into two parts. The first part was inseminated with artificially stripped sperm (a mixture from several males) on-site (1 hour after stripping), and after rinsing the fertilized ova with water, it was placed in water in a plastic sealable container. The second part of the ova, along with the ovarian fluid, was not inseminated with sperm and was placed in another identical container. Both containers were stored in a thermal insulation box for the following 5 days, including transportation from the site of artificial stripping to the incubation site. The mixture of collected sperm from 5 males was stored in syringes in a separate isothermal box at a temperature of +4°C. Both thermal insulation boxes were placed in the luggage compartment of a passenger car for 5 days. For the ova transported in water, the water was exchanged twice a day. Throughout the first day, both the ova and sperm were transported from the site of artificial stripping to a distance of 350 km to the incubation site. In the following days, the car was driven three times a day for at least 0.5 hour each time to simulate vibrations occurring during transportation. The ambient temperature for the ova during transportation was maintained at 10°C. Samples of both fertilized and unfertilized ova were taken at one-day intervals from the artificial stripping, and after counting and fertilization of the ova with transported sperm, they were rinsed and placed in small incubation dishes with separate water inflows and perforations allowing water flow and preventing the escape of subsequently hatched embryos. Thirty ova were always placed in each variant, with 3 repetitions in all variants. The incubation dishes were placed on the bottom of a shallow flow-through channel supplied with water from a recirculating system with cold-water fish farming. The average water temperature during incubation was 12.8°C. Mortality of the ova was monitored during incubation, white unfertilized or dead ova were removed, and hatching of the embryos was recorded. In the first variant, after stripping the fertilized ova transported in water for one, two, or three days, a hatchability of 32.2 ? 21.1%, 27.8 ? 10.3%, and 33.3 ? 32.1%, respectively, was achieved. After simulated transportation for four and five days, the hatchability decreased to 21.1 ? 1.57% and 15.6 ? 8.3%, respectively. The differences between all the aforementioned parameters are not statistically significant. In the second variant, with unfertilized ova transported in ovarian fluid, a comparable hatchability (34.4 ? 11%) was achieved after one day of transportation, as with fertilized ova transported in water for one to three days. Unfertilized ova transported in ovarian fluid for a longer period (two and three days) showed a statistically significant decrease in hatchability to 7.8 ? 8.8% and 2.2 ? 1.6%, respectively. A 100% mortality rate was found for ova transported in unfertilized ovarian fluid for four and five days. No differences were found in the length of the incubation period due to different methods or lengths of ova transportation. The experiment demonstrated the feasibility of using transportation of fertilized ova in water for several days, with transportation of fertilized ova in the aquatic environment being preferable.
LNG palivo ve vozidlech - porovonání s konvenčním diselovým motorem v nákladním vozidle
This bachelor thesis deals with the comparison of a liquid natural gas (LNG) engine with a diesel engine in the context of freight transport. The aim of the thesis is to analyse the economic, enviromental and technical aspects of both engine types and provide recommendations for potential investments in vehicle fleets and infrastructure. The study analysed the operating costs, greenhouse gas emissions and technical parameters of LNG and diesel engines. It was found that the LNG engine has the potentional to reduce operating costs and greenhouse gases emissions compared to a diesel engine. The results of this work provide a comprehensive view of the issues and use of LNG and diesel as fuels in freight transport and offer recommendations for investment decision making and trategic planning.
A Jabber/XMPP Transport for News via the NNTP Protocol
Halfar, Patrik ; Weiss, Petr (referee) ; Rychlý, Marek (advisor)
This document mention some possibilities of information sharing over computer networks. At the beginning there is described exchange information between group of users by NetNews . Next chapter make short introduction to project Jabber/XMPP and its possibilities. Other part appropriate to possibility combination these services and comment implemented application. There are include descriptions how configure most known Jabber servers for use of this application. There are contain XML schemes of uses files too.

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