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  • Mathematical model of mechanical testing of bone-implant (4.5 mm LCP) construct 

    Urbanová, Lucie; Blažek-Fialová, Iva; Srnec, Robert; Pěnčík, Jan; Kršek, Přemysl; Nečas, Alois (University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Brno, 2012-09-17)
    The study deals with the possibility of substituting time- and material-demanding mechanical testing of a bone defect fixation by mathematical modelling. Based on the mechanical model, a mathematical model of bone-implant ...
  • Sterilization of biotic pests by microwave radiation 

    Novotný, Miloslav; Škramlik, Jan; Šuhajda, Karel; Tichomirov, Vladimír (Elsevier, 2013-11-01)
    Some of the issues connected to timber structures are caused by wood-destroying insects. The sterilization of timber elements affected by wood-destroying insects with the help of microwaves removes the deficiencies of other ...
  • Thermal CFD Analysis of Tubular Light Guides 

    Šikula, Ondřej; Mohelníková, Jitka; Plášek, Josef (MDPI, 2013-12-03)
    Tubular light guides are applicable for daylighting of windowless areas in buildings. Despite their many positive indoor climate aspects they can also present some problems with heat losses and condensation. A computer CFD ...
  • Mechanical testing of newly developed biomaterial designed for intra-articular reinforcement of partially ruptured cranial cruciate ligament: ex vivo pig model 

    Fedorová, Petra; Srnec, Robert; Pěnčík, Jan; Schmid, Pavel; Amler, Evžen; Urbanová, Lucie; Nečas, Alois (University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Brno, 2014-04-01)
    The study deals with mechanical testing of newly developed material polyethylene terephtalate coated with polycaprolactone nanofibers in combination with biodagradable Hexalon ACL/PCL screws as a new possibility of ...
  • Thermal Analysis of Light Pipes for Insulated Flat Roofs 

    Šikula, Ondřej; Mohelníková, Jitka; Plášek, Josef (Elsevier B.V., 2014-10-22)
    Light pipes transmit daylight into building interiors. Their installation into thermally insulated roofs of low energy buildings can be a problem because of thermal bridges and condensation problems. This article is focused ...
  • Windows Influence on Daylighting in Residential Buildings 

    Altan, Hasim; Mohelníková, Jitka (David Publishing, 2015-03-27)
    Daylighting studies in buildings are key parts of environmental analysis and can be easily conducted at the early stages of design as part of environmentally responsive building design as well as to inform the final ...
  • Analysis of Behaviour of Prefabricated Staircases with One-Sided Suspended Stairs 

    Pěnčík, Jan; Lavický, Miloš; Král, Pavel; Havířová, Zdeňka (Faculty of Forestry amd Wood TEchnology, Zagreb University, 2015-07-14)
    The article introduces a potentia l use of a combination of the method of numerical modelling and experimental tests for the treatment of the structure of a wooden prefabricated staircase with one-sided suspended stairs. ...
  • Thermal and Daylight Evaluation of Building Zones 

    Altan, Hasim; Mohelníková, Jitka; Hofman, Petr (Elsevier, 2015-10-12)
    An analysis of thermal balance and daylight level in building residential zones is presented in the article. The evaluation is focused on influence of façade thermal insulation layers and multi glass pane windows on reduction ...
  • Optical performance of colored crystalline solar cells for building energy efficient application 

    Čekon, Miroslav; Rovnaník, Pavel (Elsevier, 2015-10-17)
    The optical properties of building materials belong to the features that are currently taken into account more frequently. There are various reasons for dealing with those parameters. Some of them aim to achieve specific ...
  • Environmental aspects of renovations – case studies 

    Sedlák, Jiří; Jelínek, Petr; Stránská, Zuzana; Struhala, Karel (Elsevier, 2015-11-01)
    In this paper we would like to show the readers two case studies of energy-, environmentally- and cost-efficient renovations of contemporary buildings in Czech Republic that were assessed according to the IEA ECBS Annex ...
  • Study of Surface Temperature Monitoring in the Field of Buildings 

    Slávik, Richard; Čekon, Miroslav (Elsevier, 2016-09-01)
    Surface temperature monitoring and its aspects does have not only a useful merit for thermal analysis of the buildings and their direct or indirect implementation in virtual simulations, however is equally of highly relevant ...
  • Characteristics of the mechanically fastened joints of one-layer bitumen sheets 

    Petříček, Tomáš; Kacálek, Petr; Hlavačka, Tomáš (EDP Sciences, 2016-12-22)
    The system of mechanic fastening is one of the most frequently used variants of roof membrane stabilization against the impacts of wind sucking. With the growing number of applications of mechanically fastened roofs the ...
  • Use of EMW radiation in the building industry at defects in buildings 

    Sobotka, Jindřich; Smolka, Radim (MATEC Web of Conferences, 8th International Scientific Conference Building Defects (Building Defects 2016), 2016-12-22)
    This paper discusses theory and application of microwave radiation and experimental optimization of microwave radiation to eliminate moisture content in wood elements. It will be appreciated that the rising moisture leaking ...
  • Analysis of the Causes of Defects due to Quality Roofing Membranes Mechanical Anchoring 

    Stodůlka, Jindřich; Šafářová, Markéta; Matějka, Libor (EDP Sciences, 2017-01-24)
    Anchoring of the layers of flat warm roofs using anchoring elements is nowadays one of the most used technology. This is a frequent technology to repair damaged roofs (total reconstruction, increasing the load on the wind ...
  • Hygrothermal simulation of wood exposed to the effect of external climate 

    Dohnal, Jakub; Hradil, Petr; Pěnčík, Jan (IOP Publishing, 2017-11-04)
    The article is focused on simulation of moisture transfer in wood of norway spruce (Picea abies L.). Experimental specimen was exposed to the northern climatic conditions in Lund University, Sweden. The moisture content ...
  • The temperature distribution during the microwave drying of wooden elements for structural defects in buildings 

    Sobotka, Jindřich; Smolka, Radim (MATEC Web of Conferences 146, 03008 (2018), 2018-01-22)
    This paper deals with the theory and application of microwave radiation and experimental optimization of microwav e radiation for the distribution of temperature field in the irradiated wooden elements. The article describes ...
  • Analysis of interaction of the soil temperature field and structures at the level of the basement of the building 

    Kacálek, Petr; Petříček, Tomáš (EDP Sciences, 2018-01-22)
    The article describes an analysis of the effect of soil type on temperature field distribution at the level of family house basement. Regarding engineering calculations (heat loss calculation, designing and evaluating ...
  • Application of Recycled Plastic in Flat Roofs 

    Smolka, Radim; Sobotka, Jindřich (EDP Sciences, 2018-01-22)
    The article describes and verifies the possibility of applying secondary plastic materials to construction details such as flat roofs. The created element is a placement considered both in the area and in the finishing ...
  • Analysis of Daylight Control in a Chateau Interior 

    Mohelníková, Jitka; Miček, Denis; Floreková, Skarleta; Selucká, Alena; Dvořák, Martin (MDPI, 2018-05-15)
    Assessment of daylighting in the residential hall of a historical chateau is presented. The evaluation is based on both the daylight measurement and simulations. Illuminance levels in the interior were controlled in ...
  • Thermal, Energy and Life Cycle Aspects of a Transparent Insulation Façade: A Case Study 

    Čekon, Miroslav; Struhala, Karel (IOP Publishing, 2018-11-01)
    Research and development in the façade engineering field highlights the need for comprehensive system solutions integrating advanced materials and renewable energy use. The real performance of such solutions is highly ...