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GOLABZADEH YAZDI, SEYEDEHSAN

Natural ventilation and strategies in design. Architecture design and simulation in hot and arid area

GOLABZADEH YAZDI, SEYEDEHSAN

Titre : Natural ventilation and strategies in design. Architecture design and simulation in hot and arid area

Auteur : GOLABZADEH YAZDI, SEYEDEHSAN

Université de soutenance : Politecnico di Milano

Grade : Laurea Magistrale 2020

Résumé
Raffreddare e riscaldare oggi con le nuove tecnologie, nei paesi progrediti chiedono alti consumi di energia. In climi caldi, i sistemi di raffreddamento meccanico richiedono un’elevata energia e questo provoca un grande consumo di risorse. Risorse gratuite come il vento, se combinate con giuste strategie di progettazione per la pianificazione urbana e la costruzione, tenendo conto dei caratteri climatici e dell’architettura vernacolare, possono ridurre il consumo di energia e tagliare le bollette. La tesi vorrebbe dare una soluzione al progetto in una città calda e arida come Yazd, con studi di caratteri climatici, strategie appropriate e simulazione del design

Cooling and heating today with new technologies, in progressed countries ask high consumption of energy. In hot climates, mechanical cooling systems demand high energy and this provoke a great consumption of resources. Free resources like wind if gets combined with right strategies in design for urban planning and construction with consideration of climate characters and vernacular architecture, can reduce the energy consumption and cut the bills. The thesis would like to give a solution to project in a hot and arid city of Yazd, with studies of climates characters, appropriate strategies and simulation the design.

Mots Clés  : natural ventilation ; hot and arid ; passive cooling ; wind ; energy ; yazd ; simulation

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