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Failures, Deterioration, Renovations 1

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
124YPR1 ZK 3 2P Czech
Garant předmětu:
Tomáš Čejka
Lecturer:
Tomáš Čejka
Tutor:
Tomáš Čejka
Supervisor:
Department of Architectural Engineering
Synopsis:

As part of the course, students will learn about the mechanisms of degradation processes and failures of buildings according to the building materials used, structural statics and analytical issues of failures, rehabilitation and restoration of other load-bearing structures of historical buildings.

The lectures, structured into thematic areas, will include in particular: familiarization with the principles and building codes applied in the construction solution of historical buildings and their parts, basic structural static and material issues of historical buildings, analysis of degradation processes, effects and influences of variables over time, which together with transportation processes affect the lifetime, durability and construction-technical condition of historical objects, methods and processes applied in the restoration and reconstruction of historical buildings, construction-technical condition of historical buildings and knowledge of diagnostic methods and procedures applied in the survey and monitoring of historical buildings.

Requirements:

Bulding sturctures 1 (124PSI1, PSR1)

Building structures 2 (124PSI2, PSR2)

Syllabus of lectures:

Degradation processes, defects and failures of buildings, load effects and influences, non-force and cyclic effects

Mechanisms of failure of building materials and structures. Interaction of structures and materials.

Surveys, diagnostics and evaluation of structures. Construction and technical survey of buildings.

Sources and causes of increased humidity in buildings, rehabilitation and protection of damp masonry of historic brick buildings,

Establishment of historic brick buildings, characteristic faults, reconstruction and rehabilitation.

Historical vertical load-bearing masonry structures, characteristic faults, reconstruction and rehabilitation.

Historical vault constructions, static action of vaults, characteristic faults, reconstruction and rehabilitation.

Wooden ceiling structures of historic brick buildings, characteristic faults, reconstruction and rehabilitation.

Historic flat vaults and ceramic ceilings, structural static solutions, rehabilitation and reconstruction.

Historic half-timbered, log and log buildings, characteristic faults, reconstruction and rehabilitation.

Roofs of historic buildings, static action, characteristic faults, reconstruction and rehabilitation.

Characteristic defects and failures of historical concrete and reinforced concrete structures, rehabilitation and reconstruction.

Characteristic defects and failures of historical steel structures, rehabilitation and reconstruction.

Syllabus of tutorials:

none

Study Objective:

The aim of the subject is to acquaint students with the mechanisms of degradation processes and building failures according to the building materials used, with structural static and analytical issues of failures, rehabilitation and restoration of other load-bearing structures of historical buildings.

Study materials:

! Witzany, J.; Wasserbauer, R.; Čejka, T.; Kroftová, K.; Zigler, R., Obnova rekonstrukce staveb. Poruchy, degradace, sanace, Praha: CTU. Czech Technical University Publishing House, 2018. ISBN 978-80-01-06360-6.

?Škabrada, J.: Konstrukce historických staveb, ARGO, Praha 2007, ISBN 80-7203-548-7

?Vinař J. a kol: Historické krovy - Typologie, průzkum, opravy. Grada Publishing, a.s., Praha, 2010

Note:
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Data valid to 2024-05-18
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