Improving Climatic Comfort of Citizens by Adjusting the Orientation and Extension of Physics of City Squares: Case Study of Yazd

  • Fouad KHEIRABADI, Hooshmand ALIZADEH, Hossein NOURMOHAMMADZAD
  • Chinese Journal of Urban and Environmental Studies, June 2017, World Scientific Pub Co Pte Lt
  • DOI: 10.1142/s2345748117500129

Improving Climatic Comfort of Citizens in Public Spaces

What is it about?

This study measures different orientation and extension rates of physics of urban squares in Yazd using the correlation method and R software. It analyzes two models with orientation and physical extension as variables and evaluates the shade and sunlight in the space.

Why is it important?

The results reveal significant differences between desirable and undesirable options. Considering the climatic comfort of space users and residents at the same time, a rectangle with an extension ratio of one to several and the north-south orientation, making the lowest facade face the south, is the most appropriate physic for the city squares in Yazd.

Perspectives

Dr. Hooshmand Alizadeh Alizadeh
University of Kurdistan

I hope this article makes an important contribution to the design of urban squares in the city of Yazd and similar situations in Iran and hot arid zones.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/s2345748117500129

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