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  • Possibilities of Using Neuro-Fuzzy Models for Post-Processing of Hydrological Forecasts 

    Kozel, Tomáš; Vlasák, Tomáš; Janál, Petr (MDPI, 2021-07-08)
    When issuing hydrological forecasts and warnings for individual profiles, the aim is to achieve the best possible results. Hydrological forecasts themselves are burdened by an error (uncertainty) at the inputs (precipitation ...
  • Some aspects of designing and numerical modelling of glass railing exposed to impact load 

    Pešek, Ondřej; Melcher, Jindřich (VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, 2022-01-19)
    In recent architecture glass is widely used structural material of facades, walls, roof, stairs and other applications. Glass as a material is popular for its transparency, but it need to be carefully analysed for its ...
  • The use of the Hilbert Huang transformation in the testing of railway structures 

    Smutný, Jaroslav; Janoštík, Dušan; Nohál, Viktor (Studio D - akustika, 2021-09-29)
    The aim of the paper is to introduce a less used method for the evaluation of non-stationary and especially transient phenomena in railway structures to the wider professional public. This method may find wide application ...
  • Decalcification resistance of various alkaliactivated materials 

    Hrubý, Petr; Bílek, Vlastimil; Topolář, Libor; Kalina, Lukáš; Marko, Michal; Šoukal, František; Dvořák, Richard; Herčík, Tomáš (IOP Publishing, 2021-09-29)
    The resistance of alkali-activated materials (AAMs) to degradation processes, particularly the decalcification, was studied in this paper. The ground granulated blast furnace slag was alkali-activated using various activators ...
  • Hygrothermal properties of advanced bio-based insulation materials 

    Fedorik, Filip; Zach, Jiří; Letho, Marja; Kymäläinen, Hanna-Riitta; Kuisma, Risto; Jallinoja, Marja; Illikainen, Kimmo; Alitalo, Sanna (Elsevier, 2021-10-07)
    Hygrothermal performance of buildings is one key element to the sustainable design, health, and comfort of the indoor environment. Building sustainability depends on all associated lifespan stages, from building design and ...
  • Development of lightweight structural concrete with the use of aggregates based on foam glass 

    Zach, Jiří; Bubeník, Jan; Sedlmajer, Martin (IOP Publishing, 2021-11-23)
    Today, lightweight concretes with lightweight expanded aggregates (expanded clay, agloporite) are most commonly used. This paper deals with the production of lightweight concretes lightweighted with foamed glass-based ...
  • Study of polymer-based adhesive mortar with higher durability 

    Hermann, Radek; Figala, Petr; Mészárosová, Lenka; Drochytka, Rostislav (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-01)
    This paper deals with the study and development of polymer-based adhesive with high filling ratio of secondary raw materials and waste materials. The goal of this paper is to develop adhesive mortar with the highest filling ...
  • Silicate conductive composites with graphite-based fillers 

    Baránek, Šimon; Černý, Vít; Yakovlev, G.I.; Drochytka, Rostislav (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-01)
    Electroconductive composites are modern materials that are commonly used in many industries such as construction industry and machine-building industry. For example, these materials can be useful as sensors for monitoring ...
  • Influence of Control Points Configuration on the Mobile Laser Scanning Accuracy 

    Kalvoda, Petr; Nosek, Jakub; Kalvodová, Petra (IOP Publishing, 2021-11-01)
    Mobile mapping systems (MMS) are becoming widely used in standard geodetic tasks more commonly in the last years. The paper is focused on the influence of control points (CPs) number and configuration on mobile laser ...
  • Fracture parameters of fly ash geopolymer mortars with carbon black and graphite filler 

    Šimonová, Hana; Mizerová, Cecílie; Rovnaník, Pavel; Lipowczan, Martin; Schmid, Pavel (IOP Publishing, 2021-11-23)
    In this study, the effect of carbon black and graphite filler on the crack initiation and fracture parameters of fly ash geopolymer mortar is investigated. The carbon black was added in the amount of 0.5 and 1.0% and ...
  • Stone Works Valuation within Immovable Cultural Heritage Monuments Restoration 

    Fučíková, Petra; Tichá, Alena; Mrňová, Zuzana; Tichý, Jan (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-02)
    Historic buildings and their stone parts represent both specific functional architectural features of constructions and important aspects of the cultural heritage. They provide important and valuable proof of development, ...
  • Possibilities of fly ash utilization in the cement matrix by superabsorbent polymers 

    Melichar, Jindřich; Černý, Vít; Mészárosová, Lenka; Figala, Petr; Dufka, Amos; Holubová, Petra; Drochytka, Rostislav (CEMC – České ekologické manažerské centrum, 2021-12-01)
    The paper deals with the possibilities of preparation, processing and basic properties of silicate mass - cement paste using superabsorbent polymer (SAP). SAP is a relatively new additive, which is used in silicate mixtures, ...
  • Use of Construction Project Scheduling Methods in the Czech Republic 

    Nováková, Jana; Nový, Martin (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-02)
    This article deals with research in the field of construction project scheduling in the Czech Republic. The aim of the research was to determine the scheduling maturity within project management in selected medium-sized ...
  • Photovoltaic Facade Performance Evaluation 

    Hirš, Jiří; Mohelníková, Jitka (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-02)
    A high-rise building façade with integrated photovoltaic panels, located in the Central European region with temperate climatic conditions was tested. The PV façade was monitored for three years. Results of the PV system ...
  • Comparison of the New Type Modular Panel for Green Roofs and Classical Construction of Green Roofs by Stormwater Management 

    Hejl, Martin; Mohapl, Martin; Bříza, Lukáš (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-02)
    Proper stormwater management is one of the main problems cities today face. In order to understand how to properly manage urban stormwater it is first necessary to construct roofs with new construction methods. The first ...
  • Comparison of the Performance Development of Construction Companies in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic: A Case Study 

    Vítková, Eva; Kocourková, Gabriela; Vaňková, Lucie; Slováček, Štěpán (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-02)
    Historically, construction has always been one of the key sectors for state economic production. It has undergone developments over the years closely related to the world economic situation. The Czech Statistical Office, ...
  • Definition of Socio-Economic Impacts of Large-Scale Development Projects within Urban Development 

    Pelčák, Svatopluk; Korytárová, Jana (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-02)
    The article focuses on the socio-economic impacts of large-scale urban development projects in cities. Both in Czech cities and large cities around the world, there is increasing pressure on converting previously unused ...
  • Industrial Zone Development by Warehouse and Production Hall Constructions 

    Kalisa, Eric; Korytárová, Jana (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-02)
    The article focuses on the analysis of the development and use of industrial zones, which represent areas for the concentrated location of manufacturing sites specialised in a particular industry, strategic services, or ...
  • Construction Waste Production in Macroeconomic Context 

    Marek, Martin; Korytárová, Jana (IOP, 2021-12-02)
    This article aims at presenting the economic impacts of implementing the basic principles of construction demolition waste management in terms of saving construction costs. Emphasis is placed on fulfilling the 3R principle, ...
  • Ecological Aspects of the Detached House Construction 

    Kocourková, Gabriela; Vaňková, Lucie; Krejza, Zdeněk (IOP Publishing, 2021-12-02)
    The article deals with the ecological impacts during a detached house construction and looks for the optimal way of its financing. The aim of the article is to evaluate how much the house construction costs would increase ...

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