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PERFORMANCE-ORIENTED BULK CONTROL SYSTEM FOR SECURING THE MINIMUM DAYLIGHT ACCESS TO THE POSSIBLE ADJACENT BUILDINGS 2

  • SAITO Kei
    the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Shibaura Institute of Technology
  • SHINOZAKI Michihiko
    Dept. of Architecture and Environment Systems, Faculty of Systems Engineering, Shibaura Institute of Technology
  • KUWATA Hitoshi
    Dept. of Architecture and Environment Systems, Faculty of Systems Engineering, Shibaura Institute of Technology

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  • 居室採光性能確保型の形態規制手法における「仮想壁面」の有効性 : 建築基準法集団規定の性能水準に関する研究(その2)
  • キョシツ サイコウ セイノウ カクホガタ ノ ケイタイ キセイ シュホウ ニ オケル カソウ ヘキメン ノ ユウコウセイ ケンチク キジュンホウ シュウダン キテイ ノ セイノウ スイジュン ニ カンスル ケンキュウ ソノ 2

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Abstract

This paper aims at making the performance-oriented bulk control system for securing the daylight access to the possible adjacent buildings. In the previous paper, we proposed the idea of the "Imaginary Walls" to assess the impact of newly developed building and other buildings on the skylight access to each adjacent building. In this study, we developed the quantitative evaluation method for the impact of combined disturbing of daylighting caused by each of the "Imaginary Walls" and generated building envelopes. Next, we verified which is more effective the "height-fixed Imaginary Walls"or "height-synchronized Imaginary Walls" as a method of consideration to the combined disturbing of daylighting caused by newly developed building envelops using developed evaluation method. As a result, we confirmed that the "height-synchronized Imaginary walls" is effective for evaluation method of the impact of newly developed buildings.

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