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ALL ABOUT CLIMATE IN ARCHITECTURE

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PRINCIPLES OF DAYLIGHTING DESIGN

Principles of daylighting design combine aesthetic and psychological qualities of light, building orientation, cross-section, interior...

DAY LIGHTING

Daylight, is the combination of all direct and indirect sunlight during the daytime. This includes direct sunlight, diffuse sky radiation...

HEAT EXCHANGE OF BUILDING

The building can be considered as a defined unit and its heat exchange processes with the out-door environment can be examined...

CLIMATE AND THERMAL COMFORT

The challenge for the designer is to strive towards the optimum of total comfort, defined as “ the sensation of complete physical. ” ...

SITE CLIMATE

Every city, village and even a precinct in a town may have its own climate slightly different from the climate described for the region...

CLIMATE AND ELEMENTS OF CLIMATE

Climate ‘an integration in time of weather conditions, characteristics of a certain geographical location. Climate (from Greek: klima)...

KOPPEN CLIMATE

Koppen Climate Classification System is the most widely used system for classifying the world’s climates. The Koppen system recognizes 6...

GLOBAL WIND PATTERN & AIR MOVEMENT IN BUILDING

The global wind pattern is also known as the "general circulation" and the surface winds of each hemisphere are divided into three wind belts...

VENTILATION IN BUILDINGS

The supply of fresh air. Maintain cooling effect for comfort conditions. Removing heat from the thermal mass in the building structure...

CLIMATIC ZONES IN INDIA

There are majorly Five climatic zones in India. 1) Hot and dry 2) warm and humid 3) Composite 4) Cold 5) Moderate ...

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