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A Study on the Assessment of Wind Profiles by the open space of Buildings：Take a Growing District as Case Study
High-rise building;Open Space;Pavement Facility;CFD Simulation of Laminal Flow
|Issue Date: ||2012-12-11 15:31:07 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: || 高層集合住宅的中庭開放空間受到全球暖化及氣候瞬變之影響，近幾年暴雨不斷，加上路徑怪異的颱風，瞬間雨量之大，又碰上滿潮，水庫洩洪，人為的狹窄河道，幾近消失的滯洪埤塘，加上都市發展定型，都會住宅開放空間多為不透水鋪面施作，如何改善社區鋪面，將過多雨量導入地下層，並藉由2008至2010之建築園冶獎之社區住宅景觀作品，探討開放空間透水鋪面對環境影響，作為研究課題之一。
Courtyard of high-rise building was affected by global warming and owning to the influence of global warming and the swift of climate. Therefore, in recent year, the enormous flooding happened over and over again. Urban developed. Most residential communities use many unpermitable materials. To think the way to improve the pavement of communities and let the rain get into the ground is our most important problem.
Finally, we try to talk about the effects of the buildings where people live, and it’s according to the Kaohsiung Building Garden Landscape 2008-2010 for the main point of my research.
Nowadays, high-rise construction of residential became a new orientation. Moreover, courtyard is the main point of landscaping for construction company to win the Academy Award of construction industry –Yuan-Yie Award. However, due to a big amount of high-rise construction of residential was all settled in the same area, route of wind was separated. Air flows into the vortex-like turbulence, especially in monsoon or typhoon. Both because of the path of the wind, mutation, resulting in the destruction of the landscape in the atrium, thereby affecting all the inconveniences of residential living.
To be able to analyze and explore this phenomenon, this research will use Phoenics Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) flow simulation, and the selected set of high-rise residential to construct its shape, height of the model, in order to identify the cause of building the wind path variations, and identify measures to be improved, so more suitable for high-rise living in collective housing.
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