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Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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Volume 16, Issue 4 - Nov 2014
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Aug 2014
Volume 16, Issue 2 - May 2014
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Feb 2014
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Seismic Reinforcement of Rural Low-rise Building using Carbon Fiver Plate
Jung, Dong-Jo ; Choi, Sung-Dae ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 16, issue 2, 2014, Pages 1~8
DOI : 10.14577/kirua.2014.16.2.1
In the past, Korea was classified as a region not affected by earthquakes. However, recent increase of earthquakes has forced to strengthen standards of earthquake resistant designs of structures to minimize seismic damage. In addition, it was thought that masonry infill walls in buildings are only acting as partitions, so these walls are not considered in analyzing building structures. But it was found that when seismic loads are applied to a structure with masonry infill walls, the walls affect the structure. Accordingly, this study conducted nonlinear static analyses for a structure constructed before applying earthquake resistant designs in two cases: when considering masonry walls and when not. The result showed that the seismic performance of the structure is insufficient. Thus, the structural resistance of the structure was also studied in two cases: when reinforcing with steel plate braces and when using carbon fiber braces. In the two cases reinforcing two different stiffeners, it was appeared that the behaviors of the structure were similar, though the cross-section area of a carbon fiber brace used to reinforcing the structure is only 12.6% of a steel plate brace, and its weight is only 2.8%. Thus, the reinforcing effect of the thin, light-weighted carbon fiber brace is much larger than that of the steel plate brace, when considering usability and constructability of both materials.
A Study on the Housing Fair and Student Housing of Off-UNL campus
Choi, Jang Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 16, issue 2, 2014, Pages 9~18
DOI : 10.14577/kirua.2014.16.2.9
UNL housing fair started 14 years ago and is hosted by the Daily Nebraskan. An annual event, the housing fair is expected to draw anywhere between 500 and 1,000 UNL students according to Daily nebraskan. It's manager coordinates with sponsors to determine each company's ad campaign for the every semester. Sponsors generally find the housing fair an effective tool because it brings them face-to-face with students especially inclined to seek out new living options. So this study is to analyse UNL housing fair to provide students potions. Students can learn about places to live off-campus by attending UNL housing fair. When housing fair is opened by Daily Nebraskan, the place is abuzz with students investigating off-campus living options. In addition, property management companies also are available to inform students of their policies and practices. Also this study is to analyse the housing life of UNL off-campus students. Therefore this study has been focused on the surrounding residential areas, their apartment sites and their apartments for UNL students.
A Case study on the Sustainable Residential Environment in Rural Area - Focused on the Eco-Quartier in France -
Park, Sun-Uk ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 16, issue 2, 2014, Pages 19~26
DOI : 10.14577/kirua.2014.16.2.19
This study aims on the direction of rehabilitation in rural area through the case analysis and policy of Eco-Quartier in France. At this object, this study was preceded with 3 main contents. Firstly, after examined the changes and policy on the rural area in Korea, it has analysed about the problems and changes on the rural residential environment in Korea. Secondly, it has researched about the various methods relative to the rural area development project, the issue on the sustainable development strategy in rural area and the changes of rural ares in France. Lastly, regarding precedent studies, it has analysed the projects in rural area which has selected through the policy of Eco-Quartier in France. The policy and criterions for Eco-Quartier in France, which was examined by this study, has been achieved through reasonable procedure from the superior concepts to detail planning and the guidelines for the project of rural area. This is expected to use as the basic criterions for the sustainable development and planning orientation of rural area in Korea.
The Present Condition and Geographical Language of Rural Settlements in the Integrated Cheongju City
Kim, Tai-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 16, issue 2, 2014, Pages 27~34
DOI : 10.14577/kirua.2014.16.2.27
This paper is to research the present condition of settlements in rural areas of the Integrated Cheongju city. Especially the study is focused on the 243 Ri of old Cheongwon-gun(county) from the geographical language. The numbers of settlement with geographical language collected in 243 Ri (10 Myun, 3 Eup, and 4 Gu) are 1,180. The geographical languages could be classified into 6 categories. The main results are as follows: The geographical languages of 243 Ri are classified and categorized in the order of nature(116 Ri, 68.31%), manmade(30 Ri, 12.34%), and location related(23 Ri, 9.46%). The geographical languages of nature are quite much in comparison with the others. The geographical languages of 1,180 settlements are classified and categorized in the order of nature(520units, 44.06%), location related(329 Units, 27.88%), and manmade(184 Units, 15.59%). The geographical languages of nature are much in comparison with the others, but are less than them of 243 Ri.
A Study on the Environmentally-Friendly Characteristic of Traditional Houses in Jeju
Lee, Chang-Hee ; Park, Chung-Keun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 16, issue 2, 2014, Pages 35~44
DOI : 10.14577/kirua.2014.16.2.35
Modern society is filled with the pursuit of material wealth and great convenience due to high technology that has been introduced to all facets of society. There is no exception to this in the field of construction. Modern construction, however, has caused environmental destruction and pollution, disturbing the coexistence of humans and nature. Therefore, this thesis aims to explore how humans and nature can maintain a mutually beneficial relationship by looking into the construction of Jeju's traditional dwelling house. This thesis examines the geographical features of Jeju and looks into how Jeju people have adapted themselves to nature. It is assumed that geographical features have created Jeju's unique environment and style of architecture and differentiated Jeju's traditional houses from those of other regions. Also, it is considered that geographical features had a large impact on traditional construction such as the floor plan and the layout of buildings. Accordingly, this thesis explores the way traditional houses protected house dwellers from the natural environment and examines the wisdom of our ancestors who took advantage of the natural environment. In addition, this thesis aims to contribute to creating Jeju's unique construction culture and environment by studying materials, structures, and forms that were applied to the traditional houses of Jeju.
Factor of Tourism Attraction and Tourism Satisfaction in Jeju Island - Focused on Tourist -
Byun, Kyeong-Hwa ; Kang, Eun-Jung ; Kim, Kyu-Han ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 16, issue 2, 2014, Pages 45~54
DOI : 10.14577/kirua.2014.16.2.45
This study aims to examine factor of tourism attraction and tourism satisfaction in order to product plan of tourism policies related to architecture and urban design focused on Marado, Jeju Island. For that, a questionnaire is conducted by tourists who visit to Marado. The results are as follows. 30s and 40s tourists evaluate that Marado is more attractive in natural environment rather than 60s. Tourists who visit more than four times to Marado evaluated low in satisfaction for landscape of Marado but tourists who reside in other area not Jeju evaluate higher in satisfaction for landscape. The difference of residence areas shows same result in tourism attraction factors. Tourists participating in tour activities show higher in satisfaction rather than no-participants but the difference between participants and no-participants is not showed in tourism attraction factors. Tourism attraction is extracted four factors; natural environment, architectural environment, economic efficiency and psychological factor. The factors of natural environment and architectural environment have the relation with satisfaction but the factors of economic efficiency and psychology do not show no relation with satisfaction.
A Study For Farmhouse feature in Middle Eastern China -Focused on the Chuzhou city Anhui province-
Liu, Yi-Ran ; Lee, Dong-Suk ; Youn, Chung-Yeul ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 16, issue 2, 2014, Pages 55~63
DOI : 10.14577/kirua.2014.16.2.55
Cities of China have been expanding rapidly during the last 10 years and the living environment of urban population developed highly making little difference with the developed nations. However, in the case of rural area, situation is totally different from the urban area. There are some cases where the quality of life in rural areas is retreating compared to the past. Agrarian cultures of the past are remained in the rural area with only older generations and no younger generations. The difference between the rural and the urban and the movement to the cities are increasing in a rapid speed. This led to the recognition of potential danger that lies on the agricultural societies which can demolish the economic development's sustainability. Therefore, in this study, basic information about the current Chinese elderly's house circumstances and to build new houses suited for the older generations will be provided. This can not only enhance the quality of the elder citizen's life, but also can be a meaningful research for the ideal construction of future Chinese agriculture.