The Future Of Urban Technology: Exploring Smart Cities And Transportation Through Game Theory And Scenario Planning, 2022 University of Arkansas
The Future Of Urban Technology: Exploring Smart Cities And Transportation Through Game Theory And Scenario Planning, Matthew Wilson
Architecture Undergraduate Honors Theses
Technological innovation is occurring at a rapid pace in the world of personal devices. This trend of change has not been able to occur as fast in the city infrastructure. Consumers are curious about the next generation of technology and the integration of artificially intelligent technology in transportation and the urban fabric. In this project, I study the motivations and values of a set of characters involved in the integration and innovation of Smart City Technology. These characters create potential future scenarios of the city from their actions and reactions to specific decisions.
This body of work can provide a …
Plastic Bottles In Architecture: A How To Guide On Life-Cycle Through Reuse, 2022 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Plastic Bottles In Architecture: A How To Guide On Life-Cycle Through Reuse, Crystallyne Landram
Architecture Undergraduate Honors Theses
This booklet is a collection of 6 case studies that utilize reused plastic bottles significantly within their design. Prior to working with the case studies, much time was dedicated to research that justified the need for such a project. In-depth research on the environmental crisis, waste management trends, stewardship, sustainability, and ethics was conducted and recorded in the introduction to contextualize the need for an accessible how-to guide such as this one. Time was also given to establishing background information on bottles, reprocessing, and architecture to elaborate further on each piece of the content matter. It is curated as a …
Cultural Preservation Using Game Architecture, 2022 Rochester Institute of Technology
Cultural Preservation Using Game Architecture, Atia Newman
This talk is an overview of the Lahore Fort Digital Preservation Project, which offers a new approach to the field of Digital Preservation of Cultural Heritage Sites by using game technology. The resulting digital preservation technique will allow us to preserve historic sites and objects in a manner that is scientifically appropriate but also accessible to general audiences, regardless of economic and geographic restrictions.
History And Technique In Reinforce Concrete Formworks: A Study Of Pier Luigi Nervi Approach, 2022 Kennesaw State University
History And Technique In Reinforce Concrete Formworks: A Study Of Pier Luigi Nervi Approach, Moritz Meditz
Symposium of Student Scholars
The last hundred years in architecture and civil engineering have been widely dominated by the use of concrete, which became the second most consumed commodity after water. The traditional use of rigid, flat formwork panels has defined reinforced concrete members as a uniform cross-section, prismatic structural elements in both design codes and construction methods. These resultant shapes have become practically an inevitable conclusion for concrete constructions. This presentation focuses on alternative formwork construction looking at the work of engineer, architect and builder, Pier Luigi Nervi (1891–1979). Nervi was an adjunct professor at the University of Rome and a prolific writer, …
Exploring The Use Of Re-Forming Concrete, 2022 Kennesaw State University
Exploring The Use Of Re-Forming Concrete, Moritz Meditz
Bachelor of Architecture Theses - 5th Year
This thesis takes a closer look at concrete construction in the modern area and, more specifically, the use of formwork to shape the built environment.
Traditional rigid concrete formwork has been optimized for buildability while serving structural needs. This mentality means simple prismatic elements that are entirely overbuilt for the task, stacked on top or next to one another. The idea that these elements are the peak of efficiency in concrete production has informed virtually all modern concrete construction. Any shapes that vary from the simple prismatic volumes are seen as challenging to build and expensive. For the most part, …
Technology Of Cinematic Architecture In Science Fiction Movies, 2022 5th Level Student, Faculty of Architecture - Design & Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon
Technology Of Cinematic Architecture In Science Fiction Movies, Hasan Al-Haj, Lena Hosni, Rana Ghannoum
Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)
Cinematic architecture in the broadest terms, portrayed spaces as a scene, where it conceives and reads the built environment in terms of sequences. It explores the effect of futuristic architecture and highlight the significant role of cinematic architecture in the society. Both movies and architecture function as languages, with two components: the signifiers, which are the tangible forms of signs, and the signified, which are the concepts, thoughts, and ideals that the signifiers contain. Unfortunately, the world is experiencing fast changes as a result of the massive rise of technology and capitalism, and the cinema industry plays an important role …
Design Challenges Of Solving Circular Geometry In Residential Buildings, 2022 5th Level Student, Faculty of Architecture - Design & Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon
Design Challenges Of Solving Circular Geometry In Residential Buildings, Rayan Zankar, Lana El-Kaaki, Jameel Fares
Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)
A dimensional geometrical shape such as a circular shape has been established all throughout the history of building design planning in order to find out the suitable arrangements for the living spaces: One of the most unusual designs planning in architecture is circular planning. Moreover, residential buildings that contain a circular plan are not built that frequently as well, but they still are a part of architecture since prehistoric times. Unfortunately, there are significant issues in such buildings, such as a structural challenge within the design module with orientation problems. In other words, there is a missing of the optimum …
Optimization Of Advanced Building Integrated Photovoltaic And Thermal System With Dual Working Fluid, 2022 The University of Western Ontario
Optimization Of Advanced Building Integrated Photovoltaic And Thermal System With Dual Working Fluid, Barilelo E. Nghana
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
A direct exchange building integrated photovoltaic and thermal (BIPV/T) heat pump system is proposed where the heat extracted from the BIPV is used to drive the heat pump. To ensure a more stable diurnal system performance, especially at low solar conditions, air flow is instituted in the cavity between BIPV façade and the insulated inner wall. The airflow is directed from the heated or cooled space into the air channel and can be exhausted or returned to the space depending on the building operating conditions. The flow and geometrical parameters of the BIPV/T façade are optimized such that more than …
Proposal For Adobe Earthbag Disaster-Relief Structure, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Proposal For Adobe Earthbag Disaster-Relief Structure, John Camacho
The science behind creating an adobe house has been around for thousands of years; the primitive mixture contains only dirt, water, and straw. Left to cure in bricks or as a single cast-in-place system, the structure will provide long-lasting protection from the elements. Science has taken this a step further with the introduction of cementitious admixtures and reinforcement. The result is an adobe structure with exemplary thermo-retentive properties and load-bearing capabilities. This project provides an analysis on the “SuperAdobe” earthbag system that has been put into practice by independent contractors and housing-relief initiatives. The goal of the project was to …
The Integration Of Virtual Reality In The Commercial Construction Industry, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
The Integration Of Virtual Reality In The Commercial Construction Industry, Justin T. Gin
Virtual reality has recently been spreading throughout the commercial construction industry rapidly. Some of its capabilities are safety training, helping spot Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) issues, logistics planning, and virtual walkthroughs. Many construction companies were starting to utilize virtual reality's advantages until COVID-19 hit. The initial wave of COVID slowed down construction in general as well as the need or use of virtual reality. Now, some companies are worried about the health risks and implementation issues that virtual reality headsets might bring while other companies are optimistic about the future of virtual reality. This report will explore the different …
Left Out In The Cold: Archaeology Of The Sentry Box Ice House And The Ice Business In Fredericksburg, Virginia, 2022 Dovetail Cultural Resource Group
Left Out In The Cold: Archaeology Of The Sentry Box Ice House And The Ice Business In Fredericksburg, Virginia, Kerri S. Barile, Sean P. Maroney
Northeast Historical Archaeology
Development Of A Computer Program For Choosing A Steel Grade And A Method Of Thermal Hardening, 2022 Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov
Development Of A Computer Program For Choosing A Steel Grade And A Method Of Thermal Hardening, D M. Berdiyev, M А. Umarova, T N. Ibodullaev
The article establishes the relationship between the parameters of the structure of heat-treated steels and their abrasive wear resistance. A computer program has been developed to select the grade of steels and methods of thermal hardening in order to ensure the required wear resistance.
A Bim+Blockchain Approach To Ensure Transparency In The Strategic Housing Development Planning System, 2022 Technological University Dublin
A Bim+Blockchain Approach To Ensure Transparency In The Strategic Housing Development Planning System, Carlo Orani, Malachy Mathews Dr
The introduction of the fast-tracking housing regulations in Ireland has modified the dynamics in which democratic participation is deployed in planning decisions. The resulting planning process has favoured inequality phenomena and has strengthened the position of construction lobbies in large-scale developments. This paper enforces citizen engagement in the Strategic Housing Development (SHD) framework using Building Information Modelling (BIM) and blockchain technologies to build digital trust. Digital tools have enormous potential to deliver more transparent planning by establishing proven accountability for building permissions and promoting trusted interactions between citizens and local administrations. This study first describes all the reasoning underpinning the …
Leen Alkhen, 2022 Sheridan College
Leen Alkhen, Leen Alkhen
The design intent for this site is for locals to socialize, learn, and to lounge. The building structure is heavy timber wood structure supporting a four-storey building. The timber columns and beams will be preserved and kept in place to keep the historical value. The original building was not insulated; therefore, rigid insulation will be added on the exterior face of the sheathing to prevent thermal bridging. The existing wood siding will also be replaced with new siding. On the last floor, the exterior wall will be replaced by curtain wall. Also, on the north side the interior stairs will …
Kim Thanh Nguyen, 2022 Sheridan College
Kim Thanh Nguyen, Kim Thanh Nguyen
In the adaptive reuse of the Paisley Mill, the intent of the design was to reflect the original use and construction of the mill. Additions and modifications were minimized and struct1Jral elements were exposed.
The exterior elements in the renovation replaces a portion of he original painted wood siding with glazing which provides a connection for the interior spaces to the environment. allowing t-he green wall to reflect the surrounding woodlands. The new construction mainly involves the addition of this curtain wall assembly in select bays. The glazing continues from the roof to the ground floor allowing light and views …
Zachary Baker, 2022 Sheridan College
Zachary Baker, Zachary Baker
Renew is the un-official 4th R in reduce, reuse, recycle; and is the driving concept of the Paisley Eatery. The focal point for giving life to the space is a sustainable green wall that improves the quality of air while bringing a pleasing aesthetic to the space. To help renew the space I am strengthening the building by using sustainably sourced heavy timber for columns, wall studs, and rafters; durable, and sustainable wood siding is used to keep the historical charm while lowering the up keep of the facade.
Jordan Melo, 2022 Sheridan College
Jordan Melo, Jordan Melo
No abstract provided.
Shawn Zamani, 2022 Sheridan College
Shawn Zamani, Shawn Zamani
This section cut goes through the middle of the building and shows the details of the walls and reveals the interior to show what activities go on within the wellness center. The construction components are also shown, using wood timber for columns and web joist for the framing, black oak wood siding for the exterior and also the aluminum red mullions to make the building more vibrant. With nature all around and the classical style of the residential buildings, the modern community center really pops out. Also having curtain walls really brings the feeling of nature throughout the building, so …
Daniel Di Stefano, 2022 Sheridan College
Daniel Di Stefano, Daniel Di Stefano
No abstract provided.
Kenthony Tiang, 2022 Sheridan College
Kenthony Tiang, Kenthony Tiang
No abstract provided.