Features of assessment of bioclimatic comfort for modern residential buildings in hot-dry climates

Emanuele Naboni, Ilya Dunichkin, Manar Mahmoud Hamad

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The summer period is decisive for the comfort of residential construction in a hot dry climate. Modern development of residential areas in the countries of West Asian and Central Asian cities has medium and multi-storey buildings, which do not always take into account regional features and climate. Modern development of residential areas in the countries of West Asian and Central Asian cities has medium and multi-storey buildings, which do not always take into account regional features and climate. Typical climatic factors are: intensive solar radiation throughout the year; high summer temperature and low outdoor air humidity; without precipitation for five months; winds conducive to air exchange, and adverse winds from deserts, significant seasonal and diurnal temperature changes. The study of the experience of the formation of traditional folk architecture in the countries of Western and Central Asia made it possible to establish methods for design solutions that meet the requirements of an architectural and planning organization, taking into account the physical and technical factors of the urban environment. Traditional houses did not have window openings along two or three facades, as the windows faced the yard. The houses were blocked into groups, of which the residential block was formed in accordance with the type of minimal-, medium storey buildings and one or two level of roof construction. Residential groups were separated by narrow dead-end streets, which were constantly in shadow due to the overhang of the upper floors of the houses. Modern residential buildings significantly differ from the buildings of traditional quarters, used construction equipment and engineering infrastructure, which are elements of the "Smart City" concept. In this regard, it is necessary to assess the bioclimatic comfort of modern housing construction for the formation of a new quality of the urban environment and the combination of open and closed spaces.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaterials Science and Engineering
Number of pages8
Volume365 (2018) 022042
PublisherIOP Publishing
Publication date2018
ISBN (Print)1757-8981
ISBN (Electronic)1757-899X
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Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Naboni, E., Dunichkin, I., & Mahmoud Hamad , M. (2018). Features of assessment of bioclimatic comfort for modern residential buildings in hot-dry climates. In Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 365 (2018) 022042). IOP Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899X/365/2/022042
Naboni, Emanuele ; Dunichkin, Ilya ; Mahmoud Hamad , Manar . / Features of assessment of bioclimatic comfort for modern residential buildings in hot-dry climates. Materials Science and Engineering. Vol. 365 (2018) 022042 IOP Publishing, 2018.
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Features of assessment of bioclimatic comfort for modern residential buildings in hot-dry climates. / Naboni, Emanuele; Dunichkin, Ilya ; Mahmoud Hamad , Manar .

Materials Science and Engineering. Vol. 365 (2018) 022042 IOP Publishing, 2018.

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Naboni E, Dunichkin I, Mahmoud Hamad M. Features of assessment of bioclimatic comfort for modern residential buildings in hot-dry climates. In Materials Science and Engineering. Vol. 365 (2018) 022042. IOP Publishing. 2018 https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899X/365/2/022042