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Technical Infrastructure

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Course Unit Code222-0211/13
Number of ECTS Credits Allocated5 ECTS credits
Type of Course Unit *Choice-compulsory
Level of Course Unit *First Cycle
Year of Study *
Semester when the Course Unit is deliveredSummer Semester
Mode of DeliveryFace-to-face
Language of InstructionCzech, English
Prerequisites and Co-Requisites Course succeeds to compulsory courses of previous semester
Name of Lecturer(s)Personal IDName
PRO177Ing. Zbyněk Proske, Ph.D.
TEI036Ing. Marek Teichmann, Ph.D. Paed.IGIP
Learning Outcomes of the Course Unit
The aim of education is to provide awareness training for students in the technical infrastructure of buildings, learn about the basic principles of the concept, design, construction, operation, use, reliability and durability of these structures, the ability to learn technical discussions of the solved structures, be able to evaluate the technical infrastructure, contribute to the implementation of technical works infrastructure master basic numerical calculations to know the laws, regulations, Czech technical standard ČSN, other technical standards.
Course Contents
1st Introduction, basic terms and relations of technical infrastructure, technical equipment category.
2nd Water - the concept and types of water supply, the calculation of water needs.
3rd Water Network - calculation of pressure and flow conditions of water in the pipe network, water tanks, water systems, principles of design.
4th Water supply - materials, objects, water pipes, water pipes inside.
5th Sewerage - concept, types of waste water, calculation of the amount of waste water collecting systems.
6th Sewerage networks - principles of design, relationship to the recipient, material objects, drainage, internal drainage, domestic wastewater.
7th Production of energy from renewable sources. Power supply - design, calculation of the need for electricity, types of electrical systems, power distribution.
8th Electric lines - types, materials, objects, connections, household electricity distribution
9th Gas supply systems - concept, types of fuel gases and their sources, calculation of gas, gas storage, gas distribution to consumers.
10th Pipelines - material objects, gas pipes, domestic gas distribution.
11th Heat supply - the concept, calculation of heating demand, heat sources, types of media heat, heat distribution to consumers.
12th District Heating - material objects, primary and secondary distribution of objects and connections to domestic distribution of heat.
13th Communications, media management. Protection and safety zones for power and communications.
14th Economy of operation and construction of buildings and technical infrastructure management. Use of collectors.

Contents exercise
1st The distribution line equipment in a street profile, including connections to buildings.
2nd Calculation of drinking water for the municipality - the city building.
Entering the program 1: Calculation of drinking water for the municipality - the city building.
3rd Calculation of water flow in pipes.
4th Using diagrams and reservoirs, the scheme of gravitational pressure ratios and pressure tap.
5th Materials for water mains and sewers, pipes joints drawings, objects - drawings natural sets, sewer manholes and storm drains.
6th Cesspool - the layout, the basic scheme of wastewater treatment plant - layout, household cleaners.
7th Calculation of electricity for the village - a town building.
8th Calculation of gas for the municipality - the city building.
9th Material for gas pipelines, buildings.
10th Calculation of heat for the building community - the city
Entering the program 2: Calculation of heat for the building
11th Material for electric lines, objects.
12th Material for hot water pipes, objects.
time reserve
13th Technical drawings of internal distribution of electric, gas, heat, technical-economic indicators.

Recommended or Required Reading
Required Reading:
Kniht, M., Thomson, N.: Underground Infrastructure Research, A.A.Balkema Publishers, 2001
GRAHAM, Stephen and MARVIN, Simon: Splintering Urbanism: networked Infrastructures, technological mobilities and the urban condition, London: Routledge, 2001
Hasík O. Stavby vodovodů a kanalizací. VŠB-TU Ostrava, 2009.
Šrytr P. a kol. Městské inženýrství, 1. díl. Academia Praha, 1999.
Stavební zákon č. 183/2006 Sb. a další předpisy.
KROČOVÁ, Š.: Strategie územního plánování v technické infrastruktuře, SPBI Spektrum, Ostrava 2013, ISBN: 978-80-7385-128-6
Recommended Reading:
Recknagel – Sprenger: Taschenbuch der Heizungs u. Klimatechnik, Mnichov, 1995
Čermáková M. Inžinierske siete. STU v Bratislave. Bratislava 2003.
Medek F. Technická infrastruktura. ČVUT Praha 2002.
Synáčková M., Šrytr P. Inženýrské sítě. ČVUT Praha, 1999.
KROČOVÁ, Š.: Strategie územního plánování v technické infrastruktuře, SPBI Spektrum, Ostrava 2013, ISBN: 978-80-7385-128-6
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Lectures, Tutorials
Assesment methods and criteria
Tasks are not Defined