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A Study on the Airflow Characteristics of Court Type in Apartment Considering Daylight Environment
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Airflow Characteristics of Court Type in Apartment Considering Daylight Environment
Hyun, Eun-Mi; An, Kwang-Ho; Lee, Jae-Eun; Kim, Yong-Sik;
 
 Abstract
Court-type apartment houses are a form that has a space called the courtyard, which surrounded by a household. Courtyard size is determined by the distance between apartment houses for assurance of the right of sunshine. Distance between apartment houses influence airflow of the courtyard and indoor environment. Therefore, it is necessary to study of livability and comfort in consideration of the airflow environment in order to be settled the court-type apartment houses. In this study, we analyze the planning method and criteria have been proposed in order to ensure good daylight environment of court-type apartments. After setting the standard model through the analysis, the air flow characteristics of the courtyard were analyzed the effect on the indoor air flow environment. The results of the study, court-type apartment houses must plan four or more generations in the short side in order to ensure good daylight environment. However, in order to ensure good ventilation performance of each generation due to the fairness of the air flow characteristics, it was found that the need to plan the fifth generation of short side can be. This may slightly different results depending on the number of floors and generation planar size but must plan for more than five lines, good daylight and air flow environment is determined to be able to provide for each generation.
 Keywords
Court Types;Physical Residential Environment;Airflow;Daylight Environment;Natural Ventilation;
 Language
Korean
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