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جغرافیایی 2021, 21(73): 103-122 Back to browse issues page
Analysis the Climatic Resilience of Radiation in Sustainable Climate Design Case study: Noor Coastal City
Fatemeh Taheri1, Shariar Khaledi *2, Reza Borna3
1- maziar university
2- university
3- Azad university
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Abstract
Climate design, with the aim of using renewable resources to create climate resilience, is the most efficient manufacturing engineering to reduce vulnerability and increase climate adaptation. Climatic Resilience Coastal buildings in the face of the climatic element of radiation, at important levels and shells, and with the time and depth of radiation provide daily light, thermal comfort and energy control indoors. In terms of purpose, this research is in the group of applied research and according to the data and output model, it is research in terms of implementation. The research period (1985-2019) is in the coastal area of ​​Noor, where ecotech software was used. The results show that the area has 1884 hours of radiation and a coefficient of 500 watts per square meter. The daily radiation density is 79% on the building, which is 2.5% of the direct radiation range on the building, the most suitable of which is the south, southeast and east directions and the most unsuitable   direction is the west. Temperature and ventilation compatibility for air exchange is 2.24 watts per square meter per hour. The type of climatic resilience index of the region is passive adaptation to the regression slope of 0.93, which has the ability to return. For climatic design, six passive design techniques were proposed, including: thermal mass, direct, indirect evaporative cooling, passive radiant heating, night and natural ventilation. The active technique for designing residential spaces is equipped with a sun facade and roof with a slope angle of 46 to 51 degrees to the south and southwest of the building.
 
Keywords:  Keywords:, Climatic Resilience, Radiation, Sustainable Climate Design, Solar View, Coastal Areas
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/11/6 | Accepted: 2021/02/1 | Published: 2021/05/31
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