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STUDY PLANS
2019/2020

Material Engineering

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D23MAI_EN ZK 2P
Lecturer:
Zbyšek Pavlík (guarantor)
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Supervisor:
Department of Material Engineering and Chemistry
Synopsis:

The aim of the subject is to provide to students detailed knowledge in the field of current trends in materials used in

construction industry and also in materials applied historically in older and culture heritage valuable buildings. The scope of the subject comprises description of building materials and interpretation of their properties and performance in relation to their structure and composition. Within the frame of Materials Engineering course, the students will summarize their knowledge in materials behaviour and dependence of their mechanical-physical parameters on exterior effects and climate conditions changes. The students will also gain knowledge and skills in the field of materials research and actual and latest trends in materials basis for building industry.

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Povinná literatura:

Aitcin, P.C., High-Performance Concrete, Spons Architecture Price Book, 2014.

Collepardi, M., The new concrete, Grafiche Tintoretto, 2006.

Ahmed, A., Sturges, J., Materials Science in Construction: An Introduction, Routledge – Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.

Doporučená literatura:

Illston, J.M., Domone, P.L.J., Construction materials – their nature and behaviour. New York, Spon Press, 2007.

Claisse, P.A., Civil Engineering Materials. Butterworth-Heinemann, 2016.

Wessel, J.K., The Handbook of Advanced Materials: Enabling New Designs, Wiley-Interscience, 2004.

Černý R., Rovnaníková P., Transport Processes in Concrete, CRC Press, 2002.

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