Urban design techniques

Xem 1-7 trên 7 kết quả Urban design techniques
  • Architectural Press An imprint of Elsevier Linacre House, Jordan Hill, Oxford OX2 8DP 200 Wheeler Road, Burlington, MA 01803 First published 2004 Copyright © 2004, David Walters and Linda Luise Brown All rights reserved The right of David Walters and Linda Luise Brown to be identified as the authors of this work has been asserted in accordance with the Copyright, Design and Patents Act 1988 All rights reserved.

    pdf289p peheo_3 24-08-2012 54 25   Download

  • These papers describe environmentally conscious design technique in the field on buildings and architecture: how to minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by enhancing the energy efficiency, water efficiency, use sustainable (renewable or recyclables) materials of construction. Section 4 is a collection of articles related to sustainable agriculture and food security: systems of food production that provide secure supply to meet the world growing population.

    pdf308p wqwqwqwqwq 18-07-2012 63 23   Download

  • Several countries present a series of urban problems, such as: dwelling deficit, infrastructure problems, inefficient services, environmental pollution, etc. Urban Engineering searches solution for these problems, by using a conjoined system of planning, management and technology. Many researches are related to application of instruments, methodologies and tools for monitoring and acquisition of data, based on the factual experience and computational modelling.

    pdf0p 123859674 04-07-2012 19 6   Download

  • Most manufacturing technologies for metallic microstructures have their roots either in semiconductor (inmost cases, silicon) device production or in conventional precision machining. Of these, the techniques that are well known have been used formicrostructure dimensions. Further, they have been adapted and improved to reach the desired precision and surface quality. In some rare cases, itwas possible to use the same manufacturing process for macroscale and microscale devices and to get the desired results.

    pdf15p quynho77 13-11-2012 19 2   Download

  • A soft ground condition exists whenever construction loads a cohesive foundation soil beyond its preconsolidation stress, as often occurs with saturated clays and silts having SPT blow counts that are near zero. The paper recommends testing programs, testing methods and data interpretation techniques for developing design parameters for settlement and stability analyses. It hopes to move the state-of-practice closer to the state-of-the-art and thus is intended for geotechnical practitioners and teachers rather than researchers.

    pdf60p bryant_an89 18-05-2010 155 22   Download

  • Focusing on furniture layout, Bukowski and S´ equin [1995] intro- duce “object association” constraints that are designed to facili- tate direct manipulation of furniture arrangements. For example, the user can constrain a bookshelf to slide along walls without penetration or separation. Xu et al. [2002] present a constraint- based furniture layout system that incorporates pairwise relation- ships which enforce stability, non-penetration, and alignment. Ger- mer and Schwarz [2009] describe an agent-based procedure for fur- niture layout.

    pdf14p connhobinh 10-12-2012 27 2   Download

  • A good example of this merging and perceptual elevation is Dunescape, the project that won MoMAI P.S.l's Young Architects Program the year before Massie's Playa Urbana/Urban Beach. Designed and built by by SHoP Architects, Dunescape is an architecturalized landscape built completely as a series of parallel, stacked dimensional lumber. While manual labor was required to cut, assemble, and fasten the pieces in the actual construction, the methodology was completely digitally driven.

    pdf8p quynho77 13-11-2012 17 0   Download

CHỦ ĐỀ BẠN MUỐN TÌM

Đồng bộ tài khoản