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Module 09: Site Plan, Keith Johnson, Mohammad Moin Uddin 2022 East Tennessee State University

Module 09: Site Plan, Keith Johnson, Mohammad Moin Uddin

ENTC 2160: Architectural CAD

No abstract provided.


Transdisciplinarity In Experience Design: A Global Survey Of Higher Ed Programs In Exd/Xd, Yvonne Houy 2022 University of Nevada, Las vegas

Transdisciplinarity In Experience Design: A Global Survey Of Higher Ed Programs In Exd/Xd, Yvonne Houy

Creative Collaborations

In our age of ubiquitous devices and digital media it is the perceived value of the end-to-end experience that brings people to a place. Designing inspiring and emotionally engaging end-to-end experiences requires experts in a wide range of disciplines committed to an interdisciplinary collaboration that can arrive at transdisciplinary design - the sum becomes greater than its parts.

Civil engineering, hospitality, business, psychology, digital User Experience (UX) design, and experience data analysis need to be seamless integrated with the fine and performing arts and design fields:

  • Architecture, interior, landscape and sound design actively engage the senses.

  • Graphic and fine arts …


Arquitectura Para Sanar, Nacer Y Renacer. Casa Amiga Para Mujeres Con Habitabilidad En Calle En El Centro De Bogotá, Naiafe Gabriela Barbosa Martínez 2022 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

Arquitectura Para Sanar, Nacer Y Renacer. Casa Amiga Para Mujeres Con Habitabilidad En Calle En El Centro De Bogotá, Naiafe Gabriela Barbosa Martínez

Arquitectura

Desde la arquitectura se ha propuesto espacios que mejoren la calidad de vida de miles de personas con habitabilidad en calle entre ellas instituciones que acogen y ayudan a la rehabilitación de la población, estas con diversas características y programas a lo largo de Colombia. Las personas con habitabilidad en calle son una minoría y más si se habla de mujeres jóvenes, adultas y gestantes. Pero ¿responde esta arquitectura a las necesidades y rutinas de estas mujeres?. Esta población presenta problemas más allá de la habitabilidad en calle, las adiciones, los problemas familiares y económicos. ¿Cómo entienden las mujeres en …


Vivienda Rural, Herramienta De Recuperación Y Preservación De La Entidad Campesina En El Municipio De Paipa, Boyacá, Paula Andrea Leguizamón Echeverria 2022 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

Vivienda Rural, Herramienta De Recuperación Y Preservación De La Entidad Campesina En El Municipio De Paipa, Boyacá, Paula Andrea Leguizamón Echeverria

Arquitectura

La vivienda en la ruralidad hace parte de una forma de vida entre la producción y un recinto, convirtiéndose en un espacio para el individuo de total desarrollo no solo individual o colectivo, sino también una forma de crecimiento productivo. Lo que quiere decir, que la vivienda no solo cumple el papel de estadía, sino también un espacio de desarrollo de la mano de la utilidad de la tierra. Dentro de esta ruralidad se encuentra el campesino, quien le valor a lo rural, además de ser el factor de mayor relevancia, desde aspectos económicos, políticos hasta aspectos culturales, de esta …


Infraestructura Hotelera Modular Y Bioclimática En El Municipio De Salento. Valle Del Cócora, Nicol Juliana Gutiérrez Romero, Sergio Chivatá Trompetero, Nicolás Ríos Buitrago 2022 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

Infraestructura Hotelera Modular Y Bioclimática En El Municipio De Salento. Valle Del Cócora, Nicol Juliana Gutiérrez Romero, Sergio Chivatá Trompetero, Nicolás Ríos Buitrago

Arquitectura

No abstract provided.


La Memoria Y El Devenir Del Café: Museo Taller Para La Cultura Cafetera En La Vereda El Mortiño (Isnos, Huila), Juan Camilo Manrique Chiriví 2022 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

La Memoria Y El Devenir Del Café: Museo Taller Para La Cultura Cafetera En La Vereda El Mortiño (Isnos, Huila), Juan Camilo Manrique Chiriví

Arquitectura

El paisaje cultural cafetero generalmente se asocia a las dinámicas que se encuentran en el parque del café y especialmente en las zonas cafeteras ubicadas en los departamentos de Caldas, Quindío y Risaralda; pero es poco lo que se sabe sobre los demás municipios cafeteros, incluso hay personas que desconocen totalmente el vínculo entre algunos.

Dicho desconocimiento es una de las causas por las que existe un sesgo y falta de identidad en cuanto a la tradición del cultivo, producción y consumo local de una de las bebidas más antiguas del mundo: el café. Pero en el contexto actual, no …


Malecón Y Centro Integral De Desarrollo De Pesca Tradicional Para La Memoria De Taganga (Magdalena, Colombia), Brayan Alexander González Peña 2022 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

Malecón Y Centro Integral De Desarrollo De Pesca Tradicional Para La Memoria De Taganga (Magdalena, Colombia), Brayan Alexander González Peña

Arquitectura

El presente informe hace parte del trabajo de grado titulado “Malecón y centro integral de desarrollo de pesca tradicional para la memoria de Taganga (Magdalena, Colombia)”. En este trabajo se pretende usar una metodología de tipo investigación exploratoria, fragmentado en 4 etapas (Descriptiva, Analítica, Diagnostica y Propositiva). El ejercicio de esta investigación se centró en buscar una solución apropiada a la problemática encontrada en el Corregimiento de Taganga en el Departamento de Magdalena, Colombia, el cual expone que para ser el mayor pueblo pesquero de todo el departamento carece de espacios apropiados para desarrollar sus actividades y además la memoria …


Green Building Rating System (Gbrs) As A Tool To Improve Sustainability Performance Of Buildings In The Built Environment Of Nigeria, Akeem Bolaji Wahab, Adefunke Taiwo JEGEDE 2021 Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria

Green Building Rating System (Gbrs) As A Tool To Improve Sustainability Performance Of Buildings In The Built Environment Of Nigeria, Akeem Bolaji Wahab, Adefunke Taiwo Jegede

Journal of Environmental Science and Sustainable Development

In the worldwide, the impacts associated with the use of technological innovations and developmental processes in the built environment through the construction of buildings are phenomenal. This is noticeable in the literature on the role of green building practices in building construction, building operation and optimization, and building management; respectively. This has led stakeholders and policy drivers to adopt principles of sustainability by producing green building rating systems to assess building stock at different stages of their life cycle. Dealing with the issue, this paper aimed to review various attempts made by selected nations and other stakeholders to produce green …


A Proposed Methodology For Monitoring The Design And Implementation Phases Of Educational Buildings, Husham Hadhi ALbeity 2021 Department of Architecture and Environmental Planning, College of Engineering and Petroleum, Hadhramout University

A Proposed Methodology For Monitoring The Design And Implementation Phases Of Educational Buildings, Husham Hadhi Albeity

Hadhramout University Journal of Natural & Applied Sciences

The planning process for the design and implementation of educational buildings constitutes an important input into the development process that targets educational buildings in the cities of Yemen, including Hadhramout Governorate - due to its weakness and deficit in meeting the needs of the educational process and in absorbing modern educational developments. It describes for its users specific steps to reach satisfying learning and teaching environments. Moreover, it clarifies the needs of its users far from randomness in the design and implementation processes for these facilities, especially in the third world countries, including Yemen. This study aims mainly to propose …


The Bridge Newsletter Winter 2021, Missouri University of Science and Technology 2021 Missouri University of Science and Technology

The Bridge Newsletter Winter 2021, Missouri University Of Science And Technology

The Bridge Newsletter

-S&T contributes to infrastructure through national center
-Brinkmann leads Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission
-Wu wins NSF CAREER Award for 2D metals work
-Academy of Civil Engineers induction and 150th celebration


Makom Hillel: Slo Hillel Outdoor Event Space, Eli J. Greenberg 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Makom Hillel: Slo Hillel Outdoor Event Space, Eli J. Greenberg

Architectural Engineering

This report details the design development for Makom Hillel, an outdoor event space dedicated to San Luis Obispo’s Hillel chapter. Hillel is an international organization working to connect Jewish students and community members with each other and their religion. The platform was designed as a service-learning senior project for the ARCE Department at Cal Poly SLO. The gravity and lateral systems were designed using the 2018 NDS, ASCE 7-16, and Simpson Strong Tie’s 2021 Wood Construction Connectors catalog. This project was conducted during Spring and Fall 2021 and supervised by Professor Brent Nuttall.


Parametric Study Of New Diaphragm Design Methods, Emily Rose Taylor 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Parametric Study Of New Diaphragm Design Methods, Emily Rose Taylor

Architectural Engineering

Large retail buildings and warehouses are typically a one-story concrete or masonry walled structure with a panelized wood roof. These buildings fall under the category of “RWFD”, or “Rigid Wall Flexible Diaphragm”. There are two preexisting methods that can be utilized in designing flexible diaphragms, but there is a third being introduced in the new ASCE 7-22 code. Given this code is unreleased, there really is no guidance to the user as far as which method is the most time efficient or cost effective. The purpose of this project is to analyze the same building using each design method in …


Piles Redesigned: A Comparison Of Concrete And Timber, Riley N. Mullen 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Piles Redesigned: A Comparison Of Concrete And Timber, Riley N. Mullen

Architectural Engineering

This project redesigned a foundation with timber piles and assesses the environmental impacts.


Chinese Timber Woven Arch Bridges, Owen M. Anderson, Kaleigh G. Kant 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Chinese Timber Woven Arch Bridges, Owen M. Anderson, Kaleigh G. Kant

Architectural Engineering

This is a report on the study and analysis conducted on Chinese timber woven bridges. It explores historical and cultural values behind them as well as their structural behavior. Finally, the bridge design is described in a series of equations that would make for simple design and construction.


Growing Grounds Farm & Nursery - Serenity Shade Structure, Jack C. Radovan 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Growing Grounds Farm & Nursery - Serenity Shade Structure, Jack C. Radovan

Architectural Engineering

This project includes the design and construction of a shade structure over the serenity seating area at Growing Grounds Farm & Nursery. Growing Grounds is a part of TransitionsMental Health Association. It is a nonprofit wholesale nursery that provides horticulture, socialization opportunities, paid employment and soft job skills training for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. The shade structure will serve as place where staff and volunteers can gather and sit.


Investigation Into Excessive Deflections In A Concrete Flat Slab, Matthew Frydman 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Investigation Into Excessive Deflections In A Concrete Flat Slab, Matthew Frydman

Architectural Engineering

This senior project was inspired by a project experience during a summer internship in Denver, Colorado at Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. After a pipe froze and burst in the 13,000 sq. ft. basement of a two story building built in the 1990’s, an investigation was needed to determine the structural impacts of the event. A site visit was performed to collect data, and it quickly became clear that slab deflections and strength were top priorities. The slab was able to deflect in the basement due to a cardboard void form that was used to accommodate expansive soils. This project …


Higher Sound Levels In K-12 Classrooms Correlate To Lower Math Achievement Scores, Laura Caroline Brill, Lily M. Wang 2021 University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Threshold Acoustics

Higher Sound Levels In K-12 Classrooms Correlate To Lower Math Achievement Scores, Laura Caroline Brill, Lily M. Wang

Faculty Publications in Architectural Engineering

Sound levels from occupied classrooms have been gathered from 220 classrooms across four grade levels (3, 5, 8 and 11) over six school days each and processed with k-means clustering into speech and non-speech clusters. Three metrics describing the classroom acoustics, including the average daily A-weighted equivalent level for non-speech, the average daily difference between the A-weighted equivalent levels for speech and nonspeech (a signal to noise ratio), and the mid-frequency averaged reverberation time, were analyzed against classroom-aggregated standardized reading and math achievement test scores, while controlling for classroom demographics including socioeconomic status. Interactions between the metrics and demographics were …


Preservation Of The Urban Development And Architectural Heritage Of The Clay Buildings In Hadhramout Region, Yemen Through Public Participation Of The Region’S Residents, Anwar Ahmed Baeissa 2021 Faculty of Engineering & Petroleum, Hadhramout University

Preservation Of The Urban Development And Architectural Heritage Of The Clay Buildings In Hadhramout Region, Yemen Through Public Participation Of The Region’S Residents, Anwar Ahmed Baeissa

Hadhramout University Journal of Natural & Applied Sciences

The archeological heritage is considered the roots for civilization and development for any nation that maintains its development and flourishing. Therefore, if such roots were eradicated or exposed to destruction, this nation will be lost and lose its constituents of growth and flourishing. This study deals with the value concepts and policies to preserve the architectural heritage within the context of sustainable development system. The study was carried out through reviewing the concepts of heritage and heritage value (historical, artistic and functional). The aim of this study is to discuss the most important reasons behind the deterioration of urban areas …


Investigation Of The Prevalence Of Faults In The Heating, Ventilation, And Air-Conditioning Systems Of Commercial Buildings, Amir Ebrahimifakhar 2021 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Investigation Of The Prevalence Of Faults In The Heating, Ventilation, And Air-Conditioning Systems Of Commercial Buildings, Amir Ebrahimifakhar

Dissertations and Student Research: Architectural Engineering

This dissertation describes a large-scale investigation of heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) fault prevalence in commercial buildings in the United States. A multi-year dataset with 36,556 pieces of HVAC equipment including air handling units (AHUs), air terminal units (ATUs), and packaged rooftop units (RTUs) was analyzed to determine values for several HVAC fault prevalence metrics. The primary source of data for this study comes from three commercial fault detection and diagnostics (FDD) providers. Since each FDD provider uses different terms to refer to the same fault in an HVAC system, a mapping function was created for each FDD provider’s dataset, …


Umass Dartmouth Science And Engineering (Seng) Building Systems Upgrades Project, Jillian Cornelius 2021 Ellenzweig

Umass Dartmouth Science And Engineering (Seng) Building Systems Upgrades Project, Jillian Cornelius

UMassBRUT Community

Although UMass Dartmouth's Science and Engineering Building has long been viewed as an architectural treasure, its aging interior and structure have presented some challenges to users nearly 50 years after it opened. This talk examines Ellenzweig's extensive retrofitting of the UMass Dartmouth SENG building for accessibility, a new envelope, updated MEP, and fire-safety measures. After looking at the design phase and interactions with the Mass Historic Commission, the talk ends with an examination of the replacement of windows in the building.


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