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doc. Ing. Peter Makýš, PhD.
Identification number: 2751
University e-mail: peter.makys [at]
Odborný asistent CSc.,PhD. - Department of Building Technology (FCE)
Vice-dean - Faculty of Civil Engineering

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Type of thesis: Diploma thesis
Thesis title:Multifunctional complex Trinity, Bratislava
Written by (author): Ing. Oľga Rajniaková
Department: Department of Building Technology (FCE)
Thesis supervisor: doc. Ing. Peter Makýš, PhD.
Opponent:Ing. Tomáš Sedláček
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.

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Language of final thesis:English

Slovak        English

Title of the thesis:Multifunctional complex Trinity, Bratislava
Summary:The final thesis "Multifunctional complex Trinity, Bratislava" I dealt with the project construction site (WAS) multifunctional complex, the construction timetable and a specific problem. In it I tried to take into account the specific conditions of the site, construction impacts, so that I ensure the most effective implementation of the proposed buildings, the deployment of specialized professionals and the mechanisms. At the same time I dealt with health and safety at work and environmental protection. From the intensity and extent of buildings depends on number of participants, building construction. To address the construction involves many specialized suppliers used different technologies and different materials. The timetable for construction of buildings, I tried to optimize the deployment of skilled workers and machines, supply and installation of building materials. WAS aim is tackling complex technology construction of buildings, as well as construction impacts on the environment while addressing the issue of occupational health, technological procedures, technical standards, applicable laws and regulations. In this thesis, I address the specific problem of "verification model of moisture loss from drying concrete into the environment", which contains the theoretical part of the hydration of concrete and curing concrete and also the experimental section, which addresses the loss of water in concrete samples under laboratory conditions. The experimental section provides graphs of measurements of different samples and comparison with the calculated value formula nomograph. Proposal for the implementation construction equipment is a complex task that requires a broad overview of the processor for possible solutions, used building materials, the overall organization of production activities on site safety, building size, required speed of construction. One of the important conditions is also a qualified fitness professional and practical experience as an applicant, builder, designer, as well as all the participating experts.
Key words:Trinity, construction site, moisture loss

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