Ivo Wandrol

Ivo Wandrol
Silesian University in Opava · center

informatics

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Additional affiliations
April 2009 - present
Silesian University in Opava
Position
  • IT consultant
Education
September 2010 - November 2017
VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava
Field of study
  • Applied Mechanics
July 1978 - June 1983
Palacký University Olomouc
Field of study
  • Informatics

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Publications (22)
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We developed recursive procedure, which allows estimation of the part of solar energy accumulated in the Earth´s crust and estimation of the half-time of the heat radiation/accumulation parameter. This kind of parameter can show time during which one half of the accumulated energy is released back to space. The theoretical relationships were verifi...
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We developed recursive procedure, which allows estimation of the part of solar energy accumulated in the Earth´s crust and estimation of the half-time of the heat radiation/accumulation parameter. This kind of parameter can show time during which one half of the accumulated energy is released back to space. The theoretical relationships were verifi...
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Abstrakt Všechny klimatické modely předpokládají, že na klima na Zemi má vliv aktivita Slunce (sluneční konstanta), avšak že jeho působení je velice krátkodobé díky rychlé tepelné výměně mezi oceánem a atmosférou (IPCC 2015). Důsledkem tohoto předpokladu je jen malá klimatická teplotní citlivost na rychle se měnící aktivitu Slunce. Protože na zákla...
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We recognised during the deformation measurements in the underground so called "thermoelastic waves", which are generated on the surface by solar irradiance. We derived the recursive procedure for the heat transfer and accumulation in the whole crust. We showed that the accumulation of the solar irradiance is not in the form of heat, but in the for...
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This work has focused on issues from the fields of geophysics and geomechanics, using methods, approaches and experience from applied mechanics. The introduction to the dissertation formulates the general hypothesis that the behaviour of the Earth’s crust is influenced by exogenous factors to a greater extent than has been previously thought. Based...
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Presentation (in Czech) for the Agricultural Union of Czech Republic
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Traditionally, most scientific publications in this field are focused on how atmospheric changes affect the Earth’s climate. This article takes a less traditional view, addressing the issue of how atmospheric phenomena directly affect the geomechanics of the Earth. Measurement and research of seismic activity includes monitoring the magnitude and t...
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This document is considered as essential material, which comprehensively summarizes and specifies the possible sources of generation of microseisms that were found during our long-term experimental observations and analyses of the characteristics of secondary microseisms. We started the detail analyses of microseisms recorded at the solitary broad...
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Annual drift is typical for microseisms. We propose a model based on thermoelastic wave generation that explains the highest microseisms during winter using higher stress level at the same time. If we remove the average influence of the background stress from the microseisms, we obtain the residual microseisms, which show the semiannual periods wit...
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The annual drift is typical for microseisms. We propose the model based on the generation of thermoelastic waves, which explains the highest microseisms during winter by higher stress level in the same time. If we remove the average influence of the stress background from the microseisms, we obtain the residua of microseisms, which show the semiann...
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The deformation measurement of rock mass in the depth and mathematical modelling solved the old question of Wegener´s theory “What is the main engine for the lithosphere movement?”.The solar energy, which reaches the Earth, is two orders higher than the energy of all earthquakes and volcanoes. Only a small part of the solar energy is accumulated in...
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We present a new model of lithosphere-plates movement based on three pillars: 1) The thermoelastic wave, which was described first of all by Berger (1975), 2) The ratcheting mechanism, which was described for asphalt buckling and/or lithosphere evolution by J. Croll (2006, 2007), and 3) the solar irradiance energy, as quantified by IPCC (2007). The...
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This article shows how the probabilistic SBRA (Simulation-Based Reliability Assessment) Method (i.e. stochastic Monte Carlo approach) is applied to the model of the behaviour of the lithosphere of the Earth (geomechanical model). The main idea is based on the genesis of thermoelastic waves (i.e. influence of our Son) due to thermal expansion of the...
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The deformation measurement of rock mass in the depth and mathematical modelling solved the old question of Wegener0s theory “What is the main engine for the lithosphere movement?”. The solar energy, which reaches the Earth, is two orders higher than the energy of all earthquakes and volcanoes. Only a small part of the solar energy is accumulated i...
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The deformation measurement of rock mass in the depth and mathematical modelling solved the old question of Wegeneŕs theory "What is the main engine for the lithosphere movement?". The solar energy, which reaches the Earth, is two orders higher than the energy of all earthquakes and volcanoes. Only a small part of the solar energy is accumulated in...
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This paper shows how the probabilistic SBRA (Simulation-Based Reliability Assessment) Method (i.e. Monte Carlo approach) is applied to the model of the behaviour of the lithosphere of the Earth. The method extends our initial work where we created the geomechanical model of the lithosphere. The basic idea was about the genesis of thermoelastic wave...
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This paper shows the probabilistic SBRA Method application to the model of the behaviour of the lithosphere of the Earth (i.e climate changes). The method extends our initial work where we created the geomechanical model of the lithosphere. The basic idea was about the generation of thermoelastic waves due to thermal expansion of the rock mass and...
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Read more about the monograph and the related research in supplementary material. Contents: 1. INTRODUCTION 2. EARTHQUAKE PREDICTABILITY / ACCIDENTALITY (Kalenda) 3. THEORY OF EXTERNAL FORCES (Neumann, Kalenda, Skalský, Kopf, Wandrol) 4. EXPERIMENTS WITH SEISMICITY AND TESTS OF EFFECTS (Kalenda, Málek, Skalský, Ostřihanský) 5. VERTICAL STATIC PEND...
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Ukázka z úvodní kapitoly: "V této knížce chceme ukázat, že predikce zemětřesení je možná, budeme prezentovat vlastní výsledky měření mikrodeformací masívu pomocí vertikálních statických kyvadel a na jejich základě ukážeme, jak by bylo možno predikovat místo, čas a magnitudo budoucího zemětřesení. Následující kapitoly proto budou na sebe volně nava...
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Static vertical pendulums or other deformometry apparatus were used for indirect measurement of stress in the upper crust. The first static vertical pendulums were installed in Prokop mine in Příbram and in cave No. 13C in Moravian karsts since 2007. One pendulum was installed in a productive potassium mine in Lubeník (Slovakia) in 2008. The two ye...

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Detection of deformation (stress) precursors before strongest earthquakes (M7+).