Solar Energy In Relation To Structural Engineering, 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Solar Energy In Relation To Structural Engineering, Rachel Keith
Solar power is increasingly popular among households around the world. However, many people may not understand how solar modules work, system design, factors that affect efficiency, or options for integrating a residential solar system with the existing power grid. This paper addresses all of these.
Additive Manufacturing Applications: From Personal Protective Equipment To Sustainable High-Performance Construction Systems, 2021 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Additive Manufacturing Applications: From Personal Protective Equipment To Sustainable High-Performance Construction Systems, Nicholas Van Son
EURēCA: Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement
Additive Manufacturing (AM) (3D-printing) is still an emerging technology, and many of its applications have yet to be explored; all the while, we still use age-old industry methods in a variety of fields. This research investigates the potential for AM to serve as a solution to the problems presented in these methods. With the support of UTK’s Office of Research, the following research focuses on two main objectives: improving the ergonomics, effectiveness, and production of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and improving the sustainability and structural performance of large-scale construction systems.
The first objective came as a response to the ...
Technological Augmentation: Creating A Public Center For Making, 2021 Kennesaw State University
Technological Augmentation: Creating A Public Center For Making, Timothy Hardeman
Bachelor of Architecture Theses - 5th Year
We live in an era where technology is driving forward at an unprecedented pace. We have access to tools, materials, and processes which weren’t even conceptualized 50 years ago. 3D printing, CNCs, and Laser Cutters allow us to create incredible designs, and at affordable prices. We have carbon fiber, advanced composites, and modern alloys.
But where do we experience these things? In a classroom? Through screens as we read about these intangible leaps in technology? Why don’t we have a place where we get to experience these things first-hand, and experiment with our own ideas about how they ...
Studying Acoustical Characteristics Of Occupied Restaurants, 2021 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Studying Acoustical Characteristics Of Occupied Restaurants, Jared Paine
Architectural Engineering -- Dissertations and Student Research
Sound level data and occupancy data have been logged in five restaurants by the research team at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Sound levels and occupancy at 10 second intervals were documented over time periods of roughly two hours during active business hours. Noise levels were logged with dosimeters distributed throughout each restaurant, and occupancy was obtained from images recorded by infrared cameras. This work presents data on average sound levels and statistical metrics, such as L10 and L90 values as well as on each restaurant’s Acoustical Capacity and Quality of Verbal Communication, as introduced by Rindel (2012). Acoustical ...
Glass Structures Redesigned - Summit Road Glass House, 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Glass Structures Redesigned - Summit Road Glass House, Destiny Marie Calderon, Alexander Ameri, Jake Baldauf, Joseph Guzman
During the virtual Winter Quarter of 2021, three Architectural Engineering students teamed up with an Architecture student in a interdisciplinary studio for their senior project. Inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and his contributions towards modern architecture, the team set out to redesign his well known 50x50 Glass House that was never built. They called it the Summit Road Glass House. Keeping true to Mies's vision, structural limitations such as no diagonal bracing, the prevention of walls touching the roof, and the elimination of traditional columns at the corner were considered greatly in terms of gravity and lateral ...
The Ranger Station, 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
The Ranger Station, James Alexander Whittall, Edgar Francisco Rivera Macias
ARCE 415 Senior Project. The Ranger Station is a conceptual project inspired by Mies Van der Rohe's 50x50 House. The first part of the project is a fire lookout located in Big Sur, California. The Ranger Station brings together form and function, creating an architecturally unique structure that fulfills the requirements of a fire lookout. Once completed, the lookout structure was reimagined in a dystopic future.
The Glass House, 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
The Glass House, Ricardo Villanueva, Emma Placek, Jacob Keller, Jorge Rios
A collaboration of Architects and Architectural Engineers to design a unique depiction of the 50x50 Glass House with Miesian Architectural appeal.
The Glass House: An Architectural And Structural Analysis And Reimagining Of Ludwig Meis Van Der Rohe's 50x50 House, 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
The Glass House: An Architectural And Structural Analysis And Reimagining Of Ludwig Meis Van Der Rohe's 50x50 House, Jackson Ernest Blake, William Clay Fry, Andrew Michael Hodge, Gemma Susan Rizzuto
This portfolio documents the work of four students: Jackson Blake (ARCE), William Fry (ARCH), Andrew Hodge (ARCE), and Gemma Rizzuto (ARCE). It was created for ARCE 415: Interdisciplinary Capstone Project and advised by prof. Edmond Saliklis. The course included a historical and analytical analysis of Ludwig Meis van der Rohe's 50x50 House, which was never constructed. The content of this portfolio primarily consists of a reimagining of Meis van der Rohe's famous concept.
Mimarlık Bilimleri Ve Teknolojisi, 2021 Munzur University
Mimarlık Bilimleri Ve Teknolojisi, Murat Dal, Didem Baş, Seyhan Yardımlı, Mustafa Adil Kasapseçkin, Esra Bayır, Pelin Kılıç Kızıltaş, Nabi Volkan Gür, Sura Kılıç, Hale Gezer, Gül Aslı Aksu, Ş. Ebru Okuyucu, Seda Mazlum, Gamze Çoban, Nimet Mert Ağar, Gülhan Benli, Aysun F. Güner, Pelin Karaçar, Eyüp Salih Elmas, Murat Çağlar Baydoğan, Mehmet Yasin Çınar, Tülay Çivici, Gülden Ayalp, Yunus An, Şehnaz Cenani, Sema Alaçam, Esra Yağdır Çeliker, Gülen Çağdaş, Hilal Aycı
Mimarlık Bilimleri ve Teknolojisi adlı kitabımızda özellikle, mimarlık teknolojileri paradoksu, farklı malzemelerin mimaride, iç mimaride, peyzaj mimarisinde kullanımı, yeni nesil malzemelerin kent ekosistemindeki önemi, engellilere yönelik tasarımlar, vernaküler mimari ve estetik değerinin önemi, mimari yapılarda görülen deprem hasarları ve kentsel dönüşüm, Anadolu medreselerinde mekan dizimi, stres kaynaklarının mimarlık öğrencilerine etkileri, mimaride farklı formlarda tasarım konularının irdelemeleri yapılmıştır.
2020 Scholarly Productivity Report, 2020 Missouri University of Science and Technology
2020 Scholarly Productivity Report, Missouri University Of Science And Technology
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Scholarly Productivity Reports
No abstract provided.
Small Modular Reactors And Advanced Reactor Security: Regulatory Perspectives On Integrating Physical And Cyber Security By Design To Protect Against Malicious Acts And Evolving Threats, 2020 Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Small Modular Reactors And Advanced Reactor Security: Regulatory Perspectives On Integrating Physical And Cyber Security By Design To Protect Against Malicious Acts And Evolving Threats, Raphael Duguay
International Journal of Nuclear Security
How can future nuclear technologies and Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) deter and prevent organized crime groups, terrorists, and malicious actors from attempting to steal or sabotage nuclear materials and facilities? This paper presents the benefits of integrating Security by Design (SeBD) into a regulatory framework to allow more a flexible and effective design of physical protection systems for SMRs. During its effort to modernize the Nuclear Security Regulations, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) licensing application process provides for the option of SeBD in moving toward a performance-based approach with less prescriptive requirements. CNSC also recognizes the need for a ...
Led Zip Model Development, 2020 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Led Zip Model Development, Mhd Anas Alkrch
Architectural Engineering -- Dissertations and Student Research
The representation of load components deemed to be an essential factor for power system studies as the load characteristics influence the system performance. Thus, choosing an appropriate load model for load behavior studies is very significant for system analysis purposes. Load models can be categorized into three types: static, dynamic, and composite models. Static ZIP load model is a well-known model in the power industry, it represents the relationship between the active and reactive power as a function of the applied voltage. In this paper, a detailed review of the existing static ZIP model coefficients for load components achieved by ...
Shahar Sharoitida Avtomobilllarni Parkovkalashda Innovatsion Loyihalash Tizimi, 2020 Jizzakh branch of the National University of Uzbekistan
Shahar Sharoitida Avtomobilllarni Parkovkalashda Innovatsion Loyihalash Tizimi, Zohidjon Baxtiyor O`G`Li Abdurahmonov, Jamshid Abdunazarov
Annotatsiya: Shahar ko`chalarida transport vositalarining soni ko`payishi sababli, transport bilan bog`liq bo`lgan muammolar ko`paymoqda. Bunga sabab qilib yo`lning infratuzilmasi va parkovka joylarining yetarli emasligini hamda mavjud parkovka joylari to`g`risida axborotni yetkazadigan tizimning yo`qligini misol qilib keltirish mumkin. Bu bir qancha salbiy oqibatlarga olib kelishi mumkin. Jumladan transport vositalaridan chiqayotgan zaharli moddalarning atrof – muhitga zarari ko`payishiga, yo`lning o`tkazish qobiliyatiga va haydovchining yo`lda ortiqcha vaqt sarflashlarga olib kelishi mumkin.
Yuqoridagi aytib o`tilgan muammolarni bartaraf etish uchun shahar parkovkalarini innovatsion intellektual loyihasini ishlab chiqish va uni hayotga tatbiq etish ...
The Bridge Newsletter Winter 2020, 2020 Missouri University of Science and Technology
The Bridge Newsletter Winter 2020, Missouri University Of Science And Technology
The Bridge Newsletter
-Kummers give largest single gift in the history of Missouri higher education
-$1M gift from the Sunderland Foundation completes ACML lab
-Miner alumni step up
-Academy of Civil Engineers inducts 11 new members
The Institute’S Team For Damage Investigations, 2020 SpaceX
The Institute’S Team For Damage Investigations, Lucas A. Laughery, Aishwarya Y. Puranam, Christopher L. Segura Jr., Anahid A. Behrouzi
ACI Committee 133, Disaster Reconnaissance, was conceived in the aftermath of the 2010 Chilean Earthquake, an event that affected thousands of structures. That event caused extensive damage to an estimated 50 to 100 mid-rise and high-rise reinforced concrete (RC) buildings, including seven that were damaged beyond repair.1-3 Although ACI has had a strong history of publishing assessments of disasters (refer to textbox: Historical Disasters Examined in ACI Publications), the Institute had no formal mechanism in place to deploy a team to investigate and report on critical lessons to its technical committees and membership. Furthermore, the broadening international reach of ...
Tanzanian Concrete Masonry Walls, 2020 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Tanzanian Concrete Masonry Walls, Edward J. Kaminski
Walls that replicate masonry walls used in Tanzania are constructed and tested. The results from testing was compared with the respective predictions made using code guidelines from ASCE 7 and TMS 402.
Evaluating The Most Common Modeling Methods Of Rayleigh Damping And The Critical Damping Ratio Limitation Approach, 2020 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Evaluating The Most Common Modeling Methods Of Rayleigh Damping And The Critical Damping Ratio Limitation Approach, Tunc Deniz Uludag
Architectural Engineering -- Dissertations and Student Research
Performance-based design such as FEMA P-695 and ASCE 7 prescribe/limit damping ratios associated with dynamic nonlinear seismic analysis; however, the method for computing inherent damping is not prescriptive. The analyst in conjunction with the peer-review panel (FEMA P-695) or authority having jurisdiction (ASCE 7) must determine how damping is modeled. Depending upon the method, e.g., Rayleigh, simulations can result in significantly different responses even with the same assumed damping ratio. Note that over estimating damping will underestimate energy absorption by inelastic displacement, a non-conservative outcome.
FEMA P-695 non-linear time history analysis of 44 earthquakes was used for several ...
Effectiveness Of Building Systems Strategies For Mitigation Of Airborne Transmission Of Sars-Cov-2, 2020 Syracuse University
Effectiveness Of Building Systems Strategies For Mitigation Of Airborne Transmission Of Sars-Cov-2, Meng Kong, Jialei Shen, Bing Dong, Jianshun Jensen Zhang
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Airborne transmission has been recognized as a major transmission pathway for the infectious disease COVID-19. This study investigated the effectiveness of several indoor air quality (IAQ) control strategies on the mitigation of airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The well-known airborne disease infection risk model (Wells-Riley equation) was used to estimate the infection risk of the SARS-CoV-2 in seven (7) different types of spaces including conference center/ballrooms, hotel bistro//cafeteria, hotel lobby, classrooms (lecture), conference room/small classroom, hotel or cruise ship guest rooms and open plan offices. The IAQ control strategies included increased ventilation rate ...
Thermal Energy Assessment Of New Constructed Bio-Based Insulation Material Applied In Buildings, 2020 United Arab Emirates University
Thermal Energy Assessment Of New Constructed Bio-Based Insulation Material Applied In Buildings, Abeer Fuad Othman Dar Saleh
Architectural Engineering Theses
The building sector is moving towards energy-efficient design "low energy consumption". The development of bio-based thermal insulation materials contributes strongly to this approach. The implantation of these materials in the new designed buildings will have an excellent impact in reducing the energy consumption and subsequently saving the non-renewable resources depletion and in decreasing the waste generation.
In this research, the energy performance of a new bio-insulation material prepared from rice will be evaluated. Focusing on its physical and thermal properties such as thermal conductivity and fire reaction evaluation. The developed insulation sample has been made by heating a fixed quantity ...
Exploring Conscious And Unconscious Emotional Affordances Of Traditional Versus International Architectural Styles, 2020 United Arab Emirates University
Exploring Conscious And Unconscious Emotional Affordances Of Traditional Versus International Architectural Styles, Ala’ Faleh Ahmad Albdour
Architectural Engineering Theses
This thesis is concerned with investigating the effect of contemporary architectural styles on the human emotion both conscious and unconscious. In particular, it looks at the traditional visual context versus the international visual context within the built environment. United Arab Emirates (UAE) is one of the countries that has applied little restrictions on the adoption of the architectural styles, the case that makes it an appropriate place to conduct this kind of studies. The main aim of this thesis is to investigate the emotional affordance of a number of participants when they observe a visual context of a ‘Brand Image ...