Climate Responsive Architecture

Deepthi Deepu

  1. 1. ECOLOGICAL SCIENCE SEMINAR
  2. 2. I DESIGNSSUES.
  3. 3. RESPONSIVEResponsive The exteriorarchitecture might be attentive to- responding the wind, sun, rainfall, temperatureto climate, etc (macro); using nature Even though the inside could interactas an digitally because of the users (micro); example
  4. 4. CLIMATE…??? Climate encompasses the data of• Temperature• moisture• atmospheric stress• wind• precipitation• atmospheric particle count as well as other meteorological elemental dimensions in a provided area over very long periods.
  5. 5. MEANING SIMPLY SPEAKING! • Climate (from Ancient Greek klima, meaning inclination) is often thought as the current weather averaged over a lengthy period. • The typical averaging duration is three decades
  6. 6. ENVIRONMENT AND WEATHER• The distinction between climate and environment is just a measure of the time. • Climate is really what conditions associated with the environment are over a little while of the time|period that is short of, and environment is how a environment “behaves” over relatively a long time.
  7. 7. ENVIRONMENT & COMFORT• The weather of a place is suffering from its latitude, altitude and terrain, along with nearby vegetation, water systems and their currents. • Environment affects the interior weather and human being comfort that is thermal.
  8. 8. THERMAL COMFORT.? O Comfort is described as of complete real and psychological well being. O Thermal neutrality, where a specific desires neither a warmer nor a cooler environment, is really a condition that is necessary thermal convenience. N The facets impacting convenience are divided in to individual factors: ? activity ? Clothingn and ecological factors, ? atmosphere temperature, ? mean radiant temperature ? atmosphere velocity ? atmosphere moisture
  9. 9. THERMAL COMFORT – ECOLOGICAL VARIABLESn Temperature the typical atmosphere heat through the flooring at a height of 1.1 m. N suggest Radiant Temperature the typical heat associated with surrounding areas, which include the consequence for the event solar radiation. N Air Velocity Which impacts heat that is convective through the human body, in other words. Atmosphere at a higher velocity will appear cooler. N Air Humidity Which impacts the latent heat losings and has now a really essential effect in hot and humid surroundings
  10. 10. COMPONENTS OF CLIMATEO The most critical elements of environment and climate parameters that affect human being comfort and are also highly relevant to building design are: • Solar Radiation• Long wave Radiation• Temperature• Humidity• Wind• Precipitation
  11. 11. Building height combinations to control winds(a), (b) and sunshine (c), (d) along roads.
  12. 12. WINDExamples of various wind strategies in building design forcold (a), (b) and hot (c) and (d) climates
  13. 13. 6 ENVIRONMENT FACTORSI. Latitude IV. Hill BarriersII. Altitude V. Ocean CurrentsIII. Land – Liquid VI. Prevailing Winds Relationship
  14. 14. LatitudeI. Latitude – Distance north or south regarding the equator A. Minimal – hot to hot B. Center – regular C. Tall – Polar (cool to cool)
  15. 15. *Latitude impacts EACH PUT from the Earth*
  16. 16. AltitudeII. Altitude – Height above ocean degree A. In hill areas, you will find major differences that are climatic underneath into the top. B. As atmosphere rises, it loses the capability temperature. It gets 1 F colder for every single 300-400 ft. You go up.
  17. 17. Altitude Snow Cap Tree LineSea Level * Altitude impacts if over 5,000 ft*
  18. 18. Land-Water RelationshipIII. Land-Water Relationship A. A big human anatomy of water has a tendency to produce a moderate or moderate environment. (hardly any modification) B. A human anatomy of water gets hotter and cools down slow than a land mass C. Wind assumes the temp. Associated with the area it passes over and carries that temp. Along with it.
  19. 19. Land-Water Union LANDOCEAN
  20. 20. Mountain BarriersIV. Mountain Barriers – Cause various climates on opposing edges of hill. A. Moisture winds that are carrying increase to have over hills. B. Air cools since it rises, losing power to carry water causing rainfall regarding the windward side C. This will leave no dampness for the leeward part producing a wilderness.
  21. 21. Hill Barriers NO RAIN WINDWARD SIDE Less rainfall LEEWARD SIDE Less Rain Rain WIND Cascade Mts 5,000 ft. Dry Spokane, WAOcean Seattle, WA 12 in. Rain per(80 in year. Rain each year)
  22. 22. Ocean CurrentsV. Ocean Currents – streams of water that move through the ocean. A. They assume the heat associated with water which they pass over and carry that temperature. B. Wind moving within the must that is current near the land mass a visible impact.
  23. 23. Warm CurrentsLAND OCEANCauses Warm And MoistClimate (RainForest)
  24. 24. Cold Currents OCEANLANDCauses Cool And DryClimate(Desert)
  25. 25. Current WindsVI. Current Winds – Winds that blow frequently in numerous areas of the planet earth. A. Wind blows because: 1. Air land that is over warm 2. Cooler air techniques in from surrounding areas increasing air 3. The cool atmosphere is heated and procedure repeats
  26. 26. Prevailing Winds Minimal Stress Questionable L H Cool Air DescendsWarm Air RisesWarm Land Mass Cool Land Mass or Liquid
  27. 27. ENVIRONMENT RESPONSIVE DESIGN• Climate design that is responsive on the basis of the way a building type and framework moderates the weather for human good and well being. • Climate responsive design in structures takes into consideration listed here climatic parameters that have direct influence on interior thermal convenience and power usage in buildings: • The air temperature, • The humidity, • The prevailing wind direction and speed, • The level of solar radiation together with path that is solar. • Long wave radiation between other structures therefore the surrounding environment and sky additionally plays a significant part in building performance.
  28. 28. TASK WEATHER EVALUATION• Every task starts with a careful assessment of exactly what a project’s environment capital provides. • comprehend the resources readily available for all of us to guard against and make the most of – whether that is solar, wind, heat, rainfall or humidity.
  29. 29. 1. PERFORM A NICHE SITE ANALYSIS• Determine habits, weather, soil kinds, wind speed and direction, warming level times and course associated with sunlight. Glance at the water moves, habitat and geology associated with the website. Document each with an experienced group of specialists to know the aftereffects to build in that particular destination.
  30. 30. 2. LAYOUT THE BUILDING FROM THE SITE. • Using the basic system, with an integrative group procedure, work with a basic massing associated with building layout to ascertain especially the absolute most optimal location for the building to be situated. Things to consider listed here are usage of infrastructure, residing at minimum 100 foot free from any watershed, maybe not building in just a floodplain and/or in a habitat with endangered types. Ask: exactly what woods as well as other current features that are geological be prevented? So how exactly does the water movement throughout the website influence the positioning for the building?
  31. 31. IT’S ABOUT SUNLIGHT – ORIENT THE BUILDING WITH REGARDS TO CARDINAL DIRECTIONS. • here’s to increase the actual quantity of sun that warms the space in the wintertime (thus making use of less power to mechanically warm) and reduce steadily the number of sunlight that chefs during summer (thus making use of less energy to mechanically cool).
  32. 32. Find the appropriate screen areas and glazing kinds based on orientation • Southern dealing with facades should start using a window area appropriate to its orientation and glazing should start using a dual or triple paned cup with a decreased- age layer to attenuate the actual quantity of temperature transmitted in to the area when you look at the greatest months, while maintaining temperature in during the cooler. • for instance, a south facing glass screen wall surface will cook the occupants in during the hot summer season if care is certainly not taken about this facade.
  33. 33. Building envelope design differs significantly by geographical area. • When making the envelope regarding the building, facets best dating sites such as for example insulation, vapour obstacles and atmosphere obstacles vary radically based on whether or not the task is within the cool, snowy north, the hot and humid south or even the arid wilderness.
  34. 34. Design for natural air flow. • Since hot atmosphere rises, a building may be cooled by creating for stack air flow by drawing cooler atmosphere from spaces lower within the building, while holding heat away through openings into the room. • The price from which the air techniques is really a function associated with the straight distance between the inlets and outlets, their size in addition to huge difference in heat on the height for the room.
  35. 35. BIDANI HOUSE FARIDABAD
  36. 36. WEBSITE ADDRESS/ VENUE: FaridabadCLIMATIC ZONE: CompositeBUILDING TYPE: ResidentialARCHITECTS: Dr Arvind Krishan and Kunal JainPROJECT REPUTATION: Completed

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