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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 13, Issue 1 - Nov 2002
Volume 13, Issue 6 - Oct 2002
Volume 13, Issue 4 - Oct 2002
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Oct 2002
Volume 13, Issue 5 - Jun 2002
Volume 13, Issue 2 - Apr 2002
Selecting the target year
Yearly Variation of the Energy Use of Apartment Building
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 1~6
As a result of rapid economic and social change, the number of large-scale builing is expected to increase. In response to the growing increase, It will be a greater demand for up-to-date for heating and cooling, illumination, communication and disaster protection system as well as a sharp rise in overall energy consumption. Gradually the living of apartment building is increasing by growing population. In basic data will be offered for the energy conservation programs, and establishing some standards for the energy consumption in future. By understanding how energy sources are actually utilized in existing apartment houses, we can develop more appropriate strategies to maximize both the efficient use of energy and its conservation.
A Study on the Development of Remodeling Items for Apartments
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 7~14
The deteriorated high-rise apartments make a social problem in now days. As a result, an new alternative plan for deteriorated high-rise apartments such as the remodeling concept must be considered. This study aims to develop the remodeling items which is the guide lines when remodeling of the apartment will be conducted. Thorough the previous case studies of maintenance and repair status of the deteriorated apartments in Seoul, the analysis of the period of repair and improvement and the degree of request far remodeling items, reasonable guidelines for selection of remodeling items were developed. According to the ages of apartments As a result of the study, basic guidelines fur selection of remodeling items were proposed.
A Statistical Review on the Changes in the Elderly Living Arrangements in Chejoo-do for the Elderly Housing Supply
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 15~22
This paper aims to analyze the changes in the living arrangements of the elderly in Chejoo-do for the elderly housing supply by using census data. The conclusions are as follows; The rate of living alone and living with spouse only of the elderly have been increasing. The trend in county was higher than that in city. Living alone rate of the elderly of Chejoo-do was higher than that of Korean average. Even in the oldest old, living alone rate has been increasing in Chejoo-do. It is a unique phenomenon in Korea and similar with U.S. In Chejoo-do, it is strongly required to evolve elderly housing by universal design for living alone elderly in county as well as for living alone elderly in city.
A Study on the Estimate of Thermal Environment and the Subjective Responses of the Aged during Summer in the Welfare Facilities -Focused on the Welfare Facilities for the Aged in Taegu-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 23~29
The purpose of this study was to find out the present condition of indoor thermal environment and to investigate the environmental needs of the elderly through the measurement of outdoor and indoor physical thermal environment elements and the questionary survey of the response to thermal environment in two welfare facilities for the aged in Taegu during summer in 2001. The 38 residents among the total of 134 residents were asked to record their feelings. The result of this study was as follows. The indoor thermal environment in the facilities subjected leer this study was seemed to be comfortable comparatively. But the values of mean indoor temperature measured were about 1.6-1.8
higher than that of a existing domestic research suggested as thermal comfort zones for the elderly during summer, and most residents fe1t somewhat hot in inner space. And the value of indoor relative humidity in one facility was out from the range of comfort humidity(40-70%). Also there were differences by the geographical location between the two.
A Study on the Architectural Change of Traditional Farmhouse in Pocheon Province
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 31~38
The purpose of this study is to investigate the architectural change of the modern Korean farm-houses. Regional boundary of this study is confined to Pocheon-Gun, and the object is mainly forty-two farm-houses as long as sixty years since it was built. An analysis is made on the change of spaces, facilities and finished materials of farm-houses. The results of this study, An-Chae have changed for the more comfortable living conditions through the spatial changes as like the fittest facilities with spatial extension and integration. And in Arae-Chae, unlike An-Chae, the old and unused space often have transformed to the other function and the its facilities remained still unimproved.
A Study on the Introduction of the Natural Landscape in Korean Traditional House
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 39~46
The harmony with the nature and the linkage to the nature are one of the most important characteristics of korean traditional house which enables the dweller to possess the nature inside. Korean Traditional Houses are linked to the encircling natural environment and to the natural landscape through a visual structure. This study aims to find out the principle of introducing the natural landscape in korean traditional house.
An Actual Measurement on Safety of Play Equipments in the Outdoor Playground
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 47~53
The purposes of this study actually measure to the dimension and the quality of material play equipment's examine whether they meet safety standards or not, and intend to offer basic data to present proper safety standards concerning the dimension of play equipment in the end. The subjects for this study were 59 outdoor playgrounds, 30 among them located in apartment sites and the remainder did in residential districts. The time of actual measurement was in June 1999, and June 2000. Data were analyzed into frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation by using SPSSWIN program. The main results were as follows.: First, more than half of playgrounds were assessed for being traffic hazards due to the adjacent streets. And they were hardly equipped with the toilet and drinking water facilities, but were almost equipped with the shade of a tree and benches. Second, it was caused in inconvenience of children's use and difficulty of play equipments'management, since the quality of play equipments materials was consisted of wood or metal. Third, the standards for swing and slide were established in detail and actual measurement's results were suitable to standards'value as well, whereas the standards for seesaw and climber were not in detail and they did not design or install suitably.
A Study on the Ecological Development of Multi-family Housing on Hillside
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 55~64
This study aims at the suggestion of possibility that a housing density will maintain properly and that an ecological hill housing will recover a rapport with the ground. That is, both residential planning on the hillside and ecological architecture as a concept for development are chosen for study category, and relationship between the hillside and the hill housing is theorized and then propriety is analysed through application of the ecological planning elements. The results of this study are as follows: 1. Now that the hillside is regarded as an idle land that preserves natural environment and maintains ecosystem, it must be developed on the basis of awareness that nature and human beings exist together. 2. Analysis of geographical factors must be advanced because it is inevitable that the development of the hill housing should be performed properly to the geographical characteristics. 3. Planning elements of ecological residential block which are possible for constructing on the hillside can be developed and applied, on the basis of geographical characteristics, by classifying them into two areas; housing estate, building and unit.
The Study on the Space for Cooking and Dinning of Multi-family Housing at Yanji City in China.
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 65~71
Recently, the space organization of Korean-Chinese houses is different from that of other territories. The characteristics of eating and dinning space for Korean-Chinese Multi-family Housing are as follows ; ⅰ) The most obvious change in Korean-Chinese urban housing style was seen in kitchen space, which can be classify three types such as traditional type, improved type, and LDK type on the bases of heating and cooking method. ⅱ) Special feature of Korean-Chinese housing in Yanji city was that kitchen fulfilled important functions such as heating, cooking, dinning, sleeping, bathing and washing. Since then, each function was separated and functions of kitchen were cut down after all. iii) The arrangement of kitchen space have changeed according to the change of heating fuel, heating system, equipment, relatcd policy, etx. Multi-function kitchen discovered only in Yanji had lasted until 1980's by equipping heating floor system, which is suitable for sit-down living style. In 1990's, this kitchen style was prohibited legally, and the balcony area of kitchen widened due to the abolition of outdoor storehouse for foodstuff.
A Study on the Energy Saving Methods of a House by Passive System
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 73~78
Recently, the energy consumption has been sharply increased and the environmental pollution has been serious, resulted in increased use of fossil fuel. These facts are applied to most fields, and are especially important issues in the field of architecture. The energy consumption rate of building is about 30% of all energy consumption, and the rate of residential is about 20% of the rate of building and is increasing gradually. The purpose of this article is firstly to analyse an actual energy consumption rate of model building and compare it with alternative methods, which are applied passive system to, and secondly to suggest an optimal passive method for saving energy. The conclusion of this study is as follows; 1) As compared with the existing house on actual energy consumption rate, 6% in changing orientation to a south, 9% in using double low-e glazing and 23% in shading is decreased. 2) The change of insulation from 50 to 100mm did not show dramatical difference in energy consumption rate. 3) As changed indoor temperature at 2
in winter and 27
in summer, the rate shows a reduction of 14% compared with the existing condition.
Needs and Wants of Apartment Housing Residents on Remodeling
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 2, 2002, Pages 79~86
The purpose of this study was to provide guidelines for the remodeling understanding the needs of apartment housing residents. In order to achieve our goal, questionnaire surveys were used. We sampled the questionnaire surveys of the households in Seoul whose apartments had been more than ten years and recently remodeled. The materials collected by a questionnaire survey were analyzed by examining the frequency, percentage on the SPSS/PC+ Statistics package. The results of the questionnaire survey were as follows: (1) Residents tend to demand better environment than an economics benefits from remodeling. (2) Residents wanted to have organized the remodeling group that can help to solve the problems concerning profit and loss among residents. (3) Residents wanted to be supported by government, expand loans from monetary organizations, and have a reserve fund for the remodeling.