. Climate and environmental conditions have a special and inevitable physical and psychological effect on humans that should be considered in the design of buildings depending on the heating or cooling situation (Yoglaucp 1972: 251). Climate design is a way to achieve bioclimatic comfort. Actually, the basic solutions to bioclimatic design are commonly found in vernacular building. Some modifications and improvements can be also observed while particular methods differ depending on the regional traditions, available materials, developed techniques etc. (Widera 2015). The building outer skin is the interface between the interior and exterior. The complex design of the skin can bring the issue of energy consumption optimization closer to the ambitious goals of energy saving through environmental considerations (Zemella and Faraguna 2014). An important function of the outer skin of the building (decking of space frames) is to control environmental and physical factors such as light, heat, sound, etc. to achieve comfort conditions with minimal energy consumption (Oral et al. 2004). Various simulation programs have been developed for this purpose that can lead the design solutions to the optimization of the building by simulating the building and measuring the exact energy consumption (Myers and Pohl 1992). In this research, after researching and studying articles and researches in the field of comparing energy simulation software, it has been tried to use the latest and most-up-to-date simulation software.

Investigating the Effect of Form and Material of Spatial Structures on Energy Consumption in Hot and Dry Climates Case Study: Kerman City

Consuelo Nava
2022-01-01

Abstract

. Climate and environmental conditions have a special and inevitable physical and psychological effect on humans that should be considered in the design of buildings depending on the heating or cooling situation (Yoglaucp 1972: 251). Climate design is a way to achieve bioclimatic comfort. Actually, the basic solutions to bioclimatic design are commonly found in vernacular building. Some modifications and improvements can be also observed while particular methods differ depending on the regional traditions, available materials, developed techniques etc. (Widera 2015). The building outer skin is the interface between the interior and exterior. The complex design of the skin can bring the issue of energy consumption optimization closer to the ambitious goals of energy saving through environmental considerations (Zemella and Faraguna 2014). An important function of the outer skin of the building (decking of space frames) is to control environmental and physical factors such as light, heat, sound, etc. to achieve comfort conditions with minimal energy consumption (Oral et al. 2004). Various simulation programs have been developed for this purpose that can lead the design solutions to the optimization of the building by simulating the building and measuring the exact energy consumption (Myers and Pohl 1992). In this research, after researching and studying articles and researches in the field of comparing energy simulation software, it has been tried to use the latest and most-up-to-date simulation software.
978-3-031-06824-9
: Hot and dry climate · Climate design · Spatial structure’s cladding · Energy consumption · Kerman
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