• J. He, Y. Xu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 211-217

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    Based on the annual production data collected by the Statistic Center of the Ministry of Railways of the People’s Republic of China, we calculated the energy saving and [...]

  • J. He, Y. Li
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 40-45

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    Based on annual statistical data collected by the Chinese Railway Statistic Center, the CO2 emissions of locomotives during 1975–2005 were calculated and the emission intensity [...]

  • D. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 3-9

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    Greenhouse gas emissions are the main cause of todays climate change. To address this problem, the world is in an era of new round energy transformation, and the existing [...]

  • J. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 204-212

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    The Paris Agreement establishes a new mechanism for post-2020 global climate governance, and sets long-term goals for global response to climate change, which will accelerate [...]

  • J. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 155-161

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    China has set the goal for its CO2 emissions to peak around 2030, which is not only a strategic decision coordinating domestic sustainable development and global climate change [...]

  • J. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 153-154

  • J. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 101-107

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    Global climate change mitigation and CO2 emission reduction have promoted the revolutionary transformation in energy system. The core content of energy system revolutionary [...]

  • A. Gu, F. Teng, Y. Wang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011).

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    Based on a number of sector mitigation policies for domestic systems, this paper demonstrates how measurable, reportable and verifiable (MRV) mechanisms are applied at the [...]

  • Y. Guo, J. Li
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 46-53

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    The interannual variability of the boreal winter Hadley circulation extents during the period of 1979–2014 and its links to El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) were investigated [...]

  • Y. Guo, J. Li, J. Feng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 35-45

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    Using 26 climate models from the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5), climatology and the interannual variability of the annual mean Hadley circulation are [...]

  • W. Guo, S. Hong-Bo, M. Jing-Jin, Z. Ying-Juan, W. Ji, S. Wen-Jun, Z. Zi-Yin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013).

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    The spatial and temporal variations of some important near-surface climate parameters and extreme climate events in North China during 1961–2010 are analyzed by using 94 [...]

  • H. Guo, L. Zhang, L. Zhu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 108-117

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    Earth observation technology has provided highly useful information in global climate change research over the past few decades and greatly promoted its development, especially [...]

  • M. Gemmer, A. Wilkes, L. Vaucel
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 1-11

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    Both the European Union (EU) and China are culturally, economically, climatologically and environmentally diverse polities. The EU is a multi-state grouping of economically [...]

  • Y. Gao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 235-240

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    The Paris Climate Change Conference was successfully concluded with the Paris Agreement, which is a milestone for the world in collectively combating climate change. By participating [...]

  • S. Fong, C. Wu, A. Wang, X. He, T. Wang, K. Leong, U. Lai, B. Leong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010).

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    Change related to climate in Macao was studied on the basis of daily temperature observations over the period 1901–2007. The result shows that annual mean surface air temperature [...]

  • T. Fischer, M. Gemmer, L. Liu, B. Su
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010).

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    Monthly temperature and precipitation time-series for the Zhujiang River Basin are analyzed in order to identify changes in climate extremes. Daily temperature and precipitation [...]

  • T. Fei, X. Shuang-Qing
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 212-219

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    Business as Usual (BaU) scenario in developing countries has been a debated issue in climate change negotiations. This paper analyzes different definitions of BaU and points [...]

  • Y. Fan, X. Zhang, L. Zhu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 27-33

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    This paper estimates the macroeconomic costs of CO2 emission reduction in China employing the input-output analysis with the multi-objective programming approach. The results [...]

  • Y. Fan, L. Zhu, X. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 57-66

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    This paper introduces the development of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, the progress in CCS demonstration projects, and regulations and policies related to CCS. [...]

  • X. Fang, C. Cheng, Y. Liu, W. Du, -. Xiao, B. Dang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 23-35

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    In contrast to the input perspective for evaluating planning metrics, this research takes the climatic environmental output effects as the starting point for assessing ecological [...]

  • Presentations to the VII International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering (Marine 2017).

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    A finite element method for the solution of the up-to-second-order wave diffraction-radiation problem in the time-domain is proposed. The solver has been validated against [...]

  • X. Du
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 105-108

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    This study discusses high-carbon characteristics, the unsustainability of Chinas development, and the fact that China needs to transform its development mode. Chinas low-carbon [...]

  • X. Du
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 1-2

  • X. Du
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 149-152

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    In essence, international climate negotiation is a serious and responsible global effort, despite various conflicts, to establish a rational international climate regime. [...]

  • H. Duan, L. Yan-Li, L. Yan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 100-110

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    Contingent Valuation Method (CVM) was used to investigate the Chinese public’s willingness to pay (WTP) for a policy to reduce CO2 emissions. Face to face interviews were [...]

  • T. Dou, C. Xiao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 115-122

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    This paper gives an overview of the current understanding of the observations of black carbon (BC) in snow and ice, and the estimates of BC deposition and its radiative forcing [...]

  • Y. Dian-Xiu, Y. Ji-Fu, C. Zheng-Hong, Z. You-Fei, W. Rong-Jun
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). pp. 66-73

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    Daily maximum temperatures from 753 stations across China and the heat wave indicators are used to study the temporal and spatial characteristics of heat wave intensity, frequency [...]

  • M. Deng, H. Zhang, W. Mao, Y. Wang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 149-158

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    This study focuses on the characters of public perceptions on climate and cryosphere change, which are based on a questionnaire survey in the Ürümqi River Basin. In comparison [...]

  • M. Cui-Mei, G. Quan-Sheng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 92-99

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    Based on the detailed origins of each province’s electricity consumption, a new method for calculating CO2 emissions from the power sector at the provincial level in China [...]

  • A. Choiński, L. Kolendowicz, J. Pociask-Karteczka, L. Sobkowiak
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 71-75

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    On the basis of data from the period 1971–2007, and by applying trend analysis, a study on formation, disappearance and duration of lake ice cover on the Morskie Oko Lake [...]

  • D. Chirambo
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 253-263

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    Climate change is a threat to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in sub-Saharan Africa as its impacts can lead to increased incidences of poverty and [...]

  • Y. Chen, X. Chen, G. Ren
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 108-114

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    A new available dataset of daily observational precipitation is used to study the temporal and spatial variability of extreme precipitation events for 1956–2008 in the ten [...]

  • S. Chen, W. Li, Y. Du, C. Mao, L. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 16-22

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    Based on the satellite data from the Climate Prediction Center morphing (CMORPH) at very high spatial and temporal resolution, the effects of urbanization on precipitation [...]

  • W. Chang-Ke, L. Xin-Zheng, Z. Hua
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 127-132

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    The global warming potential (GWP) and global temperature potential (GTP) are two common metrics to calculate the CO2 equivalent of greenhouse gases (GHGs). If the country’s [...]

  • Q. Chai, H. Xu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 169-180

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    China has achieved a political consensus around the need to transform the path of economic growth toward one that lowers carbon intensity and ultimately leads to reductions [...]

  • T. Booth
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 12-21

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    Many countries are developing national strategies and action plans aimed at minimising the negative impacts of climate change on biodiversity. The purpose of this paper is [...]

  • C. Bo-Feng, W. Jin-Nan, Y. Wei-Shan, L. Lan-Cui, C. Dong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 106-120

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    This paper aims to provide an overall image in terms of low carbon society (LCS) and its development in China. It mainly introduced and analyzed low carbon development which [...]

  • C. Bo-Feng, L. Jian-Guo, G. Qing-Xian, N. Xiao-Qin, C. Dong, L. Lan-Cui, Z. Ying, Z. Zhan-Sheng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 81-91

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    The methane (CH4 ) emissions from municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills in China in 2007 were estimated based on database of the three-dimensional emission factors matrix [...]

  • C. Baresel, S. Andersson, J. Yang, M. Andersen
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 185-191

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    Total nitrous oxide (N2 O) emissions from a conventional active sludge process were calculated using a mathematical emission model and dissolved N2 O in the water phase by [...]

  • M. Ahlheim, O. Frör, L. Jing, S. Pelz, J. Tong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 190-200

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    The benefits of climate adaptation policy are sometimes underestimated because its nonuse values perceived by people indirectly affected are usually ignored. Using data from [...]

  • K. Meyer, M. Ekh
    Presentations to the XIV International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2017).

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    In this work we compare two frameworks for thermodynamically consistent hyperelasto-plasticity with kinematic hardening. The first was formulated by Dettmer and Reese (2004), [...]

  • A. Zuniga-Teran, B. Orr, R. Gimblett, N. Chalfoun, S. Marsh, D. Guertin, S. Going
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017).

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    Research from multiple domains has provided insights into how neighborhood design can be improved to have a more favorable effect on physical activity, a concept known as [...]

  • A. Zuniga-Teran, B. Orr, R. Gimblett, N. Chalfoun, S. Going, D. Guertin, S. Marsh
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016).

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    Prevailing city design in many countries has created sedentary societies that depend on automobile use. Consequently, architects, urban designers, and land planners have developed [...]

  • G. Zhu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 10-22

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    Chinas civilization is ancient. The countrys architectural heritage conservation activity is an integral part of the world conservation movement. This paper gives a general [...]

  • X. Zhuang, S. Zhao
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 199-212

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    This study uses multiple regression to investigate the effects of land and building use on population, land price, and passengers. Initially, we abstract annual data on land [...]

  • X. Zhou, D. Yan, X. Shi
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 42-52

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    Two types of air conditioning (AC) systems generally exist, namely, centralized and decentralized AC systems. This study focuses on three actual engineering projects of residential [...]

  • Y. Zhou
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014).

  • J. Zhou
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2000).

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    This paper reviews the research, policy proposals and recommendations, implemented policies, and programs on sustainable transportation since 2000, with regional focus on [...]

  • S. Zhao, A. Ohgai
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 251-252

  • J. Zhang, W. Chen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 74-84

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    This paper presents the framework and results of analysis of the building materials used in traditional Chinese copper halls. The analysis of the Kunming copper hall (KCH) [...]

  • Z. Zhai, A. Osborne
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 468-475

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    The goal of the air distribution inside a hospital operating room (OR) is to protect the patient and staff from cross-infection while maintaining occupant comfort and not [...]

  • Y. Yu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 234-242

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    The environment in villages in Southwest China has been experiencing constant changes, indicating related change-inducing factors as well as their constitution and hierarchy. [...]

  • S. Lau, Z. Gou, Y. Liu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 452-467

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    This paper examines the architectural and landscape design strategies and intentions for green, open spaces facilities targeting stress alleviation for learning environments [...]

  • L. Yonghui, H. Xie, J. Wang, X. Li
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 483-487

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    Grey brick is a key material in Chinese traditional architecture. The isothermal sorption curve of grey bricks is one of the basic moisture characteristics for studying the [...]

  • J. Yang, . Yang, W. Tang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 405-410

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    Starting with exploration from the perspective of urban spaces, this research was conducted by analyzing the functional areas—urban centers with the most highlighted contradictions [...]

  • B. Wiryomartono
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012).

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    What is modernity in architecture? In English speaking world, the question is likely impossible to answer without considering the works of Peter Reyner Banham (1922–1988). [...]

  • G. Ivanovic
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 36-43

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    The present research introduces the Activity Counter Maps (ACM) as a methodology for visualizing peoples social spaces, arguing that accurate representations of these spaces [...]

  • M. Wang, B. Yu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 305-315

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    The paper presents means and models of city-landscape characteristic structure construction on the aspect of landscape aesthetics subjects, which is called the landscape characteristic [...]

  • J. Wang, X. Wang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 166-168

  • J. Wang, X. Wang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 341-343

  • X. Wang, P. Hu, Y. Zhu
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016).

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    Urban fringe area is the most important space for city development. It includes several complicated elements, such as population, space, and management organization. On the [...]

  • T. Wang, R. Krishnamurti, K. Shimada
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 337-347

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    In this paper, the surface tessellation problem is explored, in particular, the task of meshing a surface with the added consideration of incorporating constructible building [...]

  • X. Wang, H. Altan, J. Kang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 56-67

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    The parametric study of the indoor environment of green buildings focuses on the quantitative and qualitative improvement of residential building construction in China and [...]

  • J. Wang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 248-250

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    Witnessing more than three decades of sustained and rapid economic growth, China has become a nation that enjoys the fastest rate of urbanization, the largest quantities of [...]

  • Z. Wang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014).

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    More than 60% of older Americans have sedentary lifestyles1 and are recommended more physical activities for health benefit. Nearby outdoor environments on residential sites [...]

  • J. Wang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 40-43

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    Historical urban areas are the memory of a city, and the overall landscape they constitute displays the typical scene of a city in a certain historical period. Thus, they [...]

  • Y. Wang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 34-39

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    The Grand Canal is of incomparable importance to ancient China, which still serves its original functions in the current society. Given its outstanding value, the conservation [...]

  • J. Wang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012).

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    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 202-211

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    The Italian historiography of the architecture of the second half of the Twentieth century has not given due weight to the dialectic qualities of work of Franco Minissi on [...]

  • S. Verderber, S. Jiang, G. Hughes, Y. Xiao
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 238-249

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    The architectural design competition remains a widely accepted method to advance design innovation, creativity, theoretical discourse, and the profession. In the realm of [...]

  • M. Michiani, J. Asano
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 412-424

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    The disappearance of vernacular buildings is a common phenomenon worldwide and in Indonesia. The Banjarese house, a type of Indonesian vernacular architecture, is a typical [...]

  • A. Tzonis
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 76-78

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  • A. Tzonis
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  • A. Tzonis
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 477-479

  • C. Akın, A. Bekleyen, M. Yıldırım
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 360-370

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    The traditional houses of the residential areas in and around Siirt in the southeastern region of Turkey are notable because of their interesting forms. The most successful [...]

  • S. Tsuboi, S. Ikaruga, T. Kobayashi
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 403-411

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    The world population is continually increasing, but the Japanese population is decreasing. By 2050, the Japanese population is calculated to be close to 100 million people, [...]

  • G. Cardoso, F. Vecchia
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 271-282

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    This article shows experimentally the thermal performance of two test cells with different coverage systems, Light Green Roof (LGR) and ceramic roof by analyzing internal [...]

  • G. Cardoso, S. Neto, F. Vecchia
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 348-356

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    This paper discusses the response of the thermal insulation lining of rigid foam polyurethane (PU) derived from castor oil (Ricinus communis ) in heat conditions, based on [...]

  • P. Tang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 178-185

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    Most of the local cities of Japan are suffering from the depopulation in central district (C.D.). In Okayama city, the government had induced some strategies such as supply [...]

  • H. Taleb
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 154-165

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    Passive design responds to local climate and site conditions in order to maximise the comfort and health of building users while minimising energy use. The key to designing [...]

  • M. Takashi, H. Shuichi, O. Daisuke, T. Masahiko, S. Jun
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 1-10

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    Various techniques for creating a comfortable thermal environment and saving energy have been proposed and employed in residential buildings in many countries, including Japan. [...]

  • Á. Szűcs
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 50-66

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    Open public spaces provide venues for cultural, recreational events and promote informal social contact between citizens. Successful outdoor spaces promote comfort and invite [...]

  • L. Sun, T. Fukuda, T. Tokuhara, N. Yabuki
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 28-35

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    In the digital age, physical models are still used as major tools in architectural and urban design processes. The reason why designers still use physical models remains unclear. [...]

  • L. Sun, T. Fukuda, B. Resch
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 348-357

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    In the spatial design fields such as architectural design and urban design, a consensus-building process among a variety of stakeholders like project executors, architects, [...]

  • H. Sun
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 301-318

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    This study examines the interrelatedness between the hierarchical structure of China׳s urban system and high-speed railway (HSR) network planning at the national level. As [...]

  • A. Stavridou
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 127-145

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    This study explores architectural design by examining air, fluid mechanics, and the natural ventilation of buildings. In this context, this research introduces a new way of [...]

  • H. Sotoudeh, W. Abdullah
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 85-93

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    Historic city cores in many countries either fell into neglect or suffered from harmful developments. Due to a variety of reasons, conservation projects failed to preserve [...]

  • X. Shi, W. She, H. Zhou, Y. Zhang, F. Shi, W. Chen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 23-33

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    Architectural heritage conservation is an important field in architectural research. The Hui-style vernacular dwelling is an essential architectural heritage of China. Its [...]

  • L. Shen, Z. Li, J. Zeng, J. Li
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 295-304

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    According to the information of 231 cultural and creative industry parks on the Internet literature, this research classified and studied the park elements from the text using [...]

  • K. Shekhawat
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 324-330

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    In most applications, such as urbanism and architecture, randomly utilizing given spaces is certainly not favorable. This study proposes an explicit algorithm for utilizing [...]

  • A. Sharma
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 24-34

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    The ubiquitous sameness of urban greenways prompts questions on generative design grammar and syntax, whether creative, critical rethinking at that level might be lacking. [...]

  • J. Shao
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 362-372

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    Recent innovations in modern architectural technology facilitated the development and widespread utilisation of sustainable commercial buildings for sustainable social development. [...]

  • N. Ramzy
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 338-353

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    Cultural background plays a significant role in the sphere of visual art. Semiotics as a discipline is recognized as a useful tool in gauging cultural background and identifying [...]

  • D. Shach-Pinsly, I. Porat
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 279-289

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    The planning process in a planning studio demonstrates a microcosm of diverse concepts of ideologies and identities seeking acknowledgment and spatial recognition. In the [...]

  • M. Sebti, D. Alkama, A. Bouchair
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 322-337

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    The architecture of the Ouargla Ksar has long been recognized as an example of adaptation to harsh climate in the deep desert of Algeria. Over the last few decades, it has [...]

  • A. Schijndel, H. Schellen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 121-133

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    Due to the climate change debate, a lot of research and maps of external climate parameters are available. However, maps of indoor climate performance parameters are still [...]

  • M. Hossain
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 420-434

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    The Mughal settlements are an integral part of Old Dhaka. Uncontrolled urbanization, changes in land use patterns, the growing density of new settlements, and modern transportation [...]

  • J. Savoini, Z. Lafhaj
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 89-95

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    This paper presents an overview of the functional dimensioning (FD) concept applied to the construction sector. FD addresses the issue of tolerance, construction involves [...]