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Volume 15, Issue 6 - Dec 2015
Volume 15, Issue 5 - Oct 2015
Volume 15, Issue 4 - Aug 2015
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Jun 2015
Volume 15, Issue 2 - Apr 2015
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Feb 2015
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A Verification Study on the Temperature reduction Effect of Water Mist Injection
Kim, Jeong-Ho ; Lee, Myung-Hun ; Yoon, Yong-Han ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 5~14
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.005
Purpose: Recently, according to climate changes, human health is exposed to danger over the world and they influence all fields of human society. Due to these climate changes, humans can be exposed to more frequent and extreme scorching heat and cold wave than the present. As precautions against these urban higher temperature and dryness, diverse methods are being sought. Among them, as measures to form cold islands, the evaporative cooling effect realistic to social and economic conditions was examined. Method: This study was conducted to analyze effects of temperature reduction and cooling according to injection quantity of minute water particles by using a blast sprayer as one of alternatives of alleviation of urban climate changes in outside space in summer. For this, through temperature difference in accordance with the injection quantity per hour of a day, a time zone representing the value of the highest temperature change was analyzed. Also, by analyzing temperature difference according to the injection quantity per daytime insolation, relation of amounts of insolation and evaporation was investigated. Temperature difference in accordance with distances at the highest temperature with the highest value in temperature changes was analyzed. Result: At the study result, about temperature, as injection quantity increase, temperature reduction was significant statistically at the highest temperature with the most insolation. A factor with the highest influence was judged to be the increase of the injection quantity. According to the injection quantity, it was predicted that
temperature reduction of a daily average in case of 0.16L/min,
temperature reduction of a daily average in case of 0.32L/min, and
temperature reduction of a daily average in case of 0.48L/min.
Energy Sustainability of an Integrative Kinetic Light Shelf Unit
Han, Seung-Hoon ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 15~20
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.015
Purpose: Suggesting a working prototype of a kinetic light shelf unit and revealing its energy efficiency by a series of building performance simulations were presented. Recently, kinetic building envelope has been an emerging technology as an innovative way to control exterior building environment, but products from many researches about the facade could not been reached to the industrialization so far. That is because its initial installation, operation and maintenance costs are still too high to use for the practical field, although buildings using kinetic envelopes could decrease their energy consumption significantly. This narrow point of view needs to be reconsidered, since buildings require great amount of energies to run their functions through the whole life and using better building components can lead to achieve much more benefits in aspects of the lifecycle cost (LCC). Method: A series of certified simulation tools like Ecotect and Green Building Studio that are normally used for researches and developments in the field of architecture were utilized. Result: Based on simulation analyses, the result of the study has showed that the proposed system definitely has adaptability to the professions and positively shows practicability as advanced integrative building envelopes with renewable energy association.
Analysis of Energy Performance and Green Strategies in the Foreign High-Performance Buildings
Park, Doo-Yong ; Kim, Chul-Ho ; Lee, Seung-Eon ; Yu, Ki-Hyung ; Kim, Kang-Soo ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 21~28
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.021
Purpose: In this study, we analyzed the energy performance levels and high-performance technology trends through the case studies of foreign high-performance buildings. Method: Buildings built within 10 years were selected for the analysis of recent trends. we analyzed the buildings of U.S.A, Germany and Japan using LEED certified buildings, Passive House certified buildings and CASBEE certified buildings database for the case study of foreign high-performance buildings. A total of 20 high-performance buildings including 14 cases in U.S.A, 4 cases in Germany and 4 cases in Japan were selected. Annual energy consumption levels for 20 high-performance buildings were collected with the actual energy consumption data or data from simulation programs officially recognized by DOE. Annual energy consumption were compared with the energy performance standard of the office buildings in the CBECS database, ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2004 and Building Energy Efficiency Rating System in Korea. Result: The order of the green strategies applied in the main categories are Renewable Energy(63%), Indoor Environment Control(51%), Envelope Improvement(44%) and HVAC System & Control(28%). Specified strategies most widely used in the sub-categories are high-performance Insulation (70%), High Efficiency Heating, Cooling Source Equipment(85%), Photovoltaic&Solar Thermal(80%) and Daylighting(80%).
The Design Elements for the Model Development of New-Hanok Type Service Facilities in Apartment Housing - Focused on the Genetic factors of Korean Traditional Architecture -
Park, Joon-Young ; Kwon, Hyuck-Sam ; Bae, Kang-Won ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 29~36
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.029
Purpose: This study is as only basic research for the model Development of the New-Hanok Type Service Facilities in Apartment Housing, which is as a decisive factor used as a planning element for developing the model inherited tradition, There aimed at extracting the genetic factor of Korea's traditional architecture. Method: For this purpose, Consider the concept and regulations of the New-Hanok Type Service Facilities in Apartment Housing and examined the Domestic Application Status of the New-Hanok Type Service Facilities in Apartment Housing. It sets direction of the New-Hanok Type models development based on Expert advice and the literature, and was reviewed a primal reason system of Korea as an extraction base of genetic factors. Result: Then Through the framework of the vertical axis (the form), the horizontal axis (space), It extracted the genetic factors of the Korea Traditional Architecture, classified the genetic factors extracted as the structure(layout, construction, space), features, traditional beauty, investigated the content of the form representation and spatial meaning, and were characterized. Based on the result, It were comprehensive the genetic factors extracted as plan Elements for inheriting of the traditions.
Comparison Analysis of Building's Heating Energy Consumption in the Apartment Complex - Focused on Apartment in Daejeon -
Jang, Young-Hye ; Kim, Jeong-Gook ; Kim, Jonghun ; Jeong, Hakgeun ; Hong, Won-Hwa ; Jang, Cheol-Yong ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 37~42
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.037
Purpose: Apartment is a typical residential type in Korea. In the past, apartment types were very monotonous. But today, the types of complex are changed because personal needs have been diversified and personalized. In order to meet those needs, construction companies are constructing various types of apartments. The more apartment types are diverse, the more the energy problems are taken place. So, the purpose of this study is to solve the problem of energy gap in the same complex through improving the thermal transmittance of wall. Method: Heating energy consumption of Building Energy Efficiency Rating System and heating energy usage of apartment show a similar trend on the graph. In order to identify the best position of heating energy consumption difference reduction, we change the building's U-value of front, back, side walls. Result: In the A complex, maximum and minimum heating energy consumption building's shapes are flat. the best efficiency is side U-value change and the worst is front change. In the E complex, maximum heating energy consumption building's shape is tower and minimum building shape is flat. Consequently, the front and back wall performance change was little effect to reduce energy gap, while the change of side wall's U-value show the great reduction between building's energy consumptions.
Study on Indoor Thermal Performance Analysis upon PCM Temperature applicable to the Double Skin Facade System in the Winter
Ryu, Ri ; Seo, Jang-hoo ; Kim, Yong-seong ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 43~48
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.043
Purpose: Recently, many countries around the world are actively looking for the ways to make full use of natural energy sources and also develop and apply an environmentally friendly system designed to save building energy consumption. Under these circumstances, this study intended to determine the applicability and energy saving effect by deriving the indoor thermal performance characteristics and the PCM temperature appropriate for a double skin façade to reduce indoor energy consumption through the application of different PCM temperatures to double skin façade and perform a performance evaluation depending on the application or non-application of PCM to a double skin façade. Method: For this study, the physical variables of the double skin façade with PCM were configured through a preliminary examination based on an experimental measurement, and experimental measurements were taken with a total of 7 types of mockup cases: Type-1 (Basic), the basic double skin façade, Type-2 (PCM
) which was applied to the inner skin of the double skin façade depending on the phase-change temperature of PCM, Type-3 (PCM
), Type-4 (PCM
), Type-5 (PCM
), Type-6 (PCM
), and Type-7 (PCM
) with reference to the data analysis of the basic double skin façade which preceded this study, to analyze the indoor thermal performance of the double skin façade depending on PCM temperature and the installation or non-installation of a double skin façade applying PCM based on the selected unit space. Result: Indoor thermal performance was analyzed depending on the PCM temperature applicable to double skin façade, and the analysis of heating energy reduction showed that Type-2 (PCM
) gained 15.9% more heat compared with Type-1 (Basic) and secondly, Type-3 (PCM
) gained 11.5% more heat. Based on these findings, it is deemed possible that the use of energy for heating can be reduced when heat coming indoors increases during the heating period, and the appropriate temperature for PCM applied to the inner skin of a double skin façade to reduce heating energy in winter, Type-2 (PCM
) showed the highest efficiency and Type-3 (PCM
) was also deemed appropriate.
Daylighting Performance Evaluation of Light-shelf according to the Reflectivity - Focused on the Residing space -
Heo, Doyeon ; Lee, Heangwoo ; Seo, Janghoo ; Kim, Yongseong ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 49~56
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.049
Purpose: Due to recent increase on energy consumption for light in building, many studies to mitigate this issue have been conducted. Various researches have been carried out to suggest light shelf as one of the solutions, but researches for its reflectivity is very few. In fact, existing research on light shelf shows that utilizing more than 90% of high-illumination materials causes imbalance of glare and illuminance. Method: Therefore this research aimed to evaluate the performance of light shelves depending on reflectivity and to identify proper solution through test-bed. Result: The results are following: 1) Increased reflectivity generally contributed to increase of indoor illuminance but degrade uniformity factor related with indoor comfort of light environment. 2) The
light shelf with 75% of reflectivity and width of 300mm and 40mm appeared to consume more energy than other shelves. Therefore, it is analyzed as unsuitable. 3) This research was conducted by calculating appropriate angle of light shelf around winter and summer solstices and vernal/autumnal equinox. Based on this, performance evaluation was undertaken depending on reflectivity of movable light shelf, which is activated by external sources and can be applied with lower reflectivity than fixed shelf. However, one exception was a movable shelf with width of 600mm that increased light energy consumption when 75% of reflectivity was applied. 4) Performance evaluation of fixed and movable light shelf showed that the shelf with 80% of reflectivity came up with suitable results, but 75% of reflectivity may be applied depending on the width and angle of the shelf. This research is meaningful in that estimation of appropriate reflectivity of light shelf can resolve the glare problem and improve light environment, and further research would be desirable under more diverse conditions to identify proper solution.
Design method of heat storage type ground source heat pump system considering energy load pattern of greenhouse
Yu, Min-Gyung ; Nam, Yujin ; Lee, Kwang Ho ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 57~63
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.057
Purpose: Ground source heat pump system has been attracted in the horticulture industry for the reduction of energy costs and the increasing of farm income. Even though it has higher initial costs, if it uses in combination with heat storage, it is able to reduce the initial costs and operate efficiently. In order to have significant effect of heat storage type ground source heat pump system, it is required to design the capacity considering various conditions such as energy load pattern and operating schedule. Method: In this study, we have designed heat storage type ground source heat pump system in 5 cases by the operating schedule, and examined the system to find the most economic and having superb performance regarding the system COP(Coefficient of Performance) and energy consumption, using dynamic energy simulation, TRNSYS 17. Result: Conventional ground source heat pump system has lower energy consumption than heat storage type, but following the result of LCC(Life Cycle Cost) analysis, the heat storage type was more economic due to the initial costs. In addition, it has the most efficient performance and energy costs in the case of the smallest heat storage time.
Formation of Space by Surface-Structure Integration in Contemporary Architecture - Based on the Design Concept of Environmental Regeneration of Old Town in Seocheon -
Yun, Hee-Jin ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 65~74
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.065
Purpose: This study is to propose a methodology for the formation of space according to the integration of structural concept and architectural concerns in the contemporary era. Beginning with researching on the theoretical fundamentals about surface-structure, it introduces several architectural examples to analyze its own structural form and spatial characteristics, and finally simulates a model for the formation of space through a real work. Method: The study is partially based on the Executive Architectural Project for 'Village of Spring' in Seocheon, which was planned in 2008 to suggest a strategic settlement layout for urban regeneration, and completed in 2012. Making architectural vocabularies permeated into surface-structure, throughout the design process of initially pursued concepts to the design development stage, we could encounter a new type of innovative space formation. It shows that the structure is one of most useful means for the realization of architectural concepts, and a design itself. Result: The expected result of the study intends to enhance the relationship between spatial formation and surface-structure, also ultimately to produce a structural system as 'space generator' to fulfill the social needs and its requirements.
The Spatial Characteristics and the Role of Light in the Works of Neo-Corbusian Architects - Focusing on Henri Ciriani, Alvaro Siza and Laurant Beaudouin -
Kim, Chang-Sung ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 75~82
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.075
Purpose: This paper tried to understand the architectural concept of Neo Corbusian architects who had succeed to the Le Corbusier's principles of modern architecture and developed into their own creative architecture and formed a big achievement in the contemporary architecture. As representative Neo Corbusian architects, Henri Cirianni, Alvaro Siza and Laurant Beaudouin were selected to study their own design concepts and principles. Method: Three step study was conducted for the paper; Firstly, investigated significant differences about modern architecture between Le Corbusier and three neo corbusian architects; Secondly, analyzed the architectural meanings of 'Plan Libre' and 'Promenade Architecture' of three neo corbusian compared to Le Corbusier's ones; Finally, deducted their own design process to integrate the architectural concept of 'Plan Libre', 'Promenade Architecture' and 'Natural Light into architectural design. Results: According to the results of the research, Henri Cirianni, Alvaro Siza and Laurant Beaudouin made a splendid progress of Corbusier's modern concept, and then, created his own originative architecture by combining Plan Libre', 'Promenade Architecture' and 'Natural Light.
Urban Regeneration of Old Town in the Rural City by the Recovery of Publicness - Focused on the Example of the History, Culture, Eco City, Gosan, Wanjoo -
Yoon, Sung-Hoon ; Yun, Hee-Jin ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 83~92
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.083
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to propose a methodology for the urban regeneration by constructing contemporary publicness. Beginning with researching on the theoretical fundamentals about publicness and urban regeneration, it introduces the examples to analyze the spatial characteristics of publicness in the contemporary urban architecture, and finally simulates a model for the formation of space through a real work. Method: The study is partially based on the Executive Urban Project, 'Masterplan to make New Taekrigi : Gosan', which was planned in 2013 to suggest a strategic settlement layout for urban regeneration. Making architectural ideas permeated into the model of urban planing, throughout the design process of initially pursued concepts to the design development stage, we could encounter a new type of formation of urban space, coinciding with the historical, cultural ecological contexts. Result: The expected result of the study intends to enhance the relationship between the formation of public space and urban structure, also ultimately to produce a urban system as 'space generator' to fulfill the social needs and its requirements.
The Research on the Indoor Temperature and Humidity Control of Green Roof by Solid Growing Medium in Summer
Lee, Hyun-Jung ; Yeom, Dongwoo ; Lee, Kyu-In ;
KIEAE Journal, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 93~99
DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2015.15.3.093
Purpose: Various studies on the soil-based green roof systems have been conducted, and a lot of green roof systems were developed. A growing medium board is one of them which was developed for better application and maintenance, however the effect and performance of this material need to be verified. On this background, the purpose of this study is to prove cooling load reduction of green roof by monitoring experiment on the full-scale mock-ups. Method: To do this, Solid growing medium boards were installed on the mock-ups, and indoor temperature and humidity were monitored and analyzed. Result: As a results, the green roof with solid growing medium board were verified effective for controlling indoor temperature in summer.