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Urban design based on public safety-Discussion on safety-based urban design

Kaizhen CAI, Jianguo WANG

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 2,   Pages 219-227 doi: 10.1007/s11709-009-0023-4

Abstract: Because of public safety problems in construction of urban surroundings, this paper expounds the necessityof the study on public safety-based urban design in perspective of modern city.It brings forward the concept of safety-based urban design and attempts to explore the basic connotation

Keywords: urban public safety     urban design     safety-based urban design    

Development trend of urban design in “digital age”: Pan-dimensionality and individual-ubiquity

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 3,   Pages 569-575 doi: 10.1007/s11709-021-0735-7

Abstract: With regard to urban design, a system of knowledge about the creation and adaptation of material spaceThe result of this evolution is “digital urban design paradigm based on human-computer interaction”,i.e., the urban development is moving toward “pan-dimensionality” and “individual ubiquity”.The future of urban design will construct a new approach to urban research and engineering, which is

Keywords: digital age     urban design     multiple objectives     human-computer interaction     pan-dimensionality     individual-ubiquity    

Sustainable design of sanitation system based on material and value flow analysis for urban slum in Indonesia

Ken USHIJIMA, Mitsuteru IRIE, Neni SINTAWARDANI, Jovita TRIASTUTI, Umi HAMIDAH, Tadaharu ISHIKAWA, Naoyuki FUNAMIZU

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 1,   Pages 120-126 doi: 10.1007/s11783-012-0460-5

Abstract: Material flow analysis (MFA) and value flow analysis (VFA) were applied to the sanitation system in an urban

Keywords: material flow     value flow     resource recycling system     sustainable design     initial cost     urban slum    

Fifty Years of Water Sensitive Urban Design, Salisbury, South Australia

John C. Radcliffe, Declan Page, Bruce Naumann, Peter Dillon

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0937-3

Abstract: Water sensitive urban design principles were adopted to maximise the use of the increased run-off generatedThis paper outlines how a municipal government has progressively adopted principles of Water Sensitive UrbanDesign during its development within a framework of evolving national water policies.

Keywords: Recharge (MAR)     Stormwater harvesting     Water recycling drinking water     Low impact development     Water sensitive urbandesign    

Design and evaluation of control strategies in urban drainage systems in Kunming city

Xin Dong, Senchen Huang, Siyu Zeng

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0968-9

Abstract: Real time control (RTC) of urban drainage systems (UDSs) is an important measure to reduce combined seweroverflow (CSO) and urban flooding, helping achieve the aims of ‘Sponge City’.Application of RTC requires three main steps: strategy design, simulation-based evaluation and fieldBut many of published RTC studies are system-specific, lacking discussions on how to design a strategyTwo off-line volume-based RTC strategy design principles, and , are emphasized.

Keywords: Urban drainage system     Real time control     Static strategy     Constant strategy     Equal filling strategy    

From understanding to designing soundscapes

Jian KANG

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 4,   Pages 403-417 doi: 10.1007/s11709-010-0091-5

Abstract: Soundscape represents a step change in the field of environmental acoustics in that it combines physical, social, and psychological approaches. Although the term soundscape was introduced in the 1960s, significant attention to it has mainly been paid in the last decade or so in the community of environmental acoustics by researchers and recently by practitioners including policy makers. This paper explores the current situation and future challenges in soundscape. Starting with a framework on research and practical needs in soundscape and a brief introduction of some recent/current networks, activities, projects, and publications, this paper then presents a systematic review of recent progress in soundscape research and practice. A short review of the soundscape research in China is also given.

Keywords: soundscape     environment     sound     design     urban     landscape    

Research on an Evaluation System for Urban Design Competitiveness

Zou Ning,Zhang Kejun,Sun Shouqian and Xu Jiang

Strategic Study of CAE 2017, Volume 19, Issue 3,   Pages 111-116 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2017.03.016

Abstract: By analyzing the internal factors that influence urban innovative design, this paper constructs a comprehensiveevaluation index system for urban design competitiveness.design competitiveness.identify a city's advantages and disadvantages, and to scientifically evaluate competitiveness in urbandesign.

Keywords: innovative design     urban design competitiveness     evaluation system    

Effects of design parameters on rooftop photovoltaic economics in the urban environment: a case study

Hongying ZHAO, Rebecca YANG, Chaohong WANG, W. M. Pabasara U. WIJERATNE, Chengyang LIU, Xiaolong XUE, Nishara ABDEEN

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2019, Volume 6, Issue 3,   Pages 351-367 doi: 10.1007/s42524-019-0023-6

Abstract: especially on building rooftop, to improve the sustainability of urban environment.This study aims to understand the effects of these design parameters in the urban environment of rooftopThe optimal PV design scenarios for the urban environment are identified, thereby providing investorsand industry professionals with useful information on value-for-money PV design.Meanwhile, the maximum shading loss that makes the PV systems financially unfeasible is investigated, and design

Keywords: building photovoltaics     tilt and azimuth     orientation     shading analysis     economic analysis    

Design innovation of mesoscale robotic swarms: applications to cooperative urban sensing and mapping Special Feature on Intelligent Design

Audelia G. DHARMAWAN, Gim Song SOH, Shaohui FOONG, Roland BOUFFANAIS, Kristin L. WOOD

Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering 2019, Volume 20, Issue 12, doi: 10.1631/FITEE.1900384

Abstract: Their design and development require a host of hardware, controls, and behavioral innovations to yieldWe extensively describe one such design and development process by: (1) the genealogy of our embeddedalgorithms developed for effective collective operations of mesoscale robotic swarms, with applications to urbanAlthough some elements of the design process of such a complex robotic system are inevitably ad-hoc,we focus on the system-of-systems design process and the component design integration.

Keywords: System-of-systems design     Mesoscale robot     Swarm     Urban sensing    

Climate change and China’s mega urban regions

Chaolin GU, Sunsheng HAN

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 4,   Pages 418-430 doi: 10.1007/s11709-010-0075-5

Abstract: China’s mega urban regions are focal points of economic development and environmental concerns.This paper positions four mega urban regions (i.e., the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta, theMega urban regions in China are spatial consequences of rapid economic transition.

Keywords: climate change     mega urban region     urban planning    

Treatability aspects of urban stormwater stressors

Anthony N. TAFURI, Richard FIELD

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2012, Volume 6, Issue 5,   Pages 631-637 doi: 10.1007/s11783-012-0420-0

Abstract: This paper addresses the various pollutants or stressors in urban stormwater, including flow (shear force

Keywords: stormwater     wet weather flow     urban runoff    

ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF NITROGEN DEPOSITION ON URBAN FORESTS: AN OVERVIEW

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 445-456 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2021429

Abstract:

● Patterns and effects of N deposition on urban forests are reviewed

Keywords: biodiversity     carbon sequestration     nitrogen deposition     nutrient imbalance     soil acidification     urban    

A survey of physical activity among urban women in China

Shilin DENG MD, Tongyuan LIU,

Frontiers of Medicine 2009, Volume 3, Issue 4,   Pages 463-469 doi: 10.1007/s11684-009-0081-y

Abstract: Few studies have been conducted to assess the level of physical activity (PA) of women in China. The purpose of this study was to describe the prevalence of PA among women in Wuhan and explore sociodemographic and behavioral correlation to PA for the population. A total of 1359 community-dwelling women (42.9713.60 years old) participated in this study. The long-version IPAQ was used to define the level of PA. 45.7% of women were considered physically active, and 27.5% were vigorously active. The proportion of physical inactivity was around 26.8%. The total and 4 domains of PA showed significant age, education level, and occupation variation. PA tended to be lower as the age declined. PA in transportation, housework, leisure time, and the total tended to be the lowest or the second lowest among the women aged 18–35 years old. PA tended to be lower as the level of education increased. Among the 5 indices, PAwas the lowest among women with college education, especially those with postgraduate education. PA tended to be the lowest among the women of office staff and instructor or technician. Generally, the total and 4 domains of PA showed significant age, education level, and occupation variation. Physical inactivity appears to be more common among younger women, or college-educated women, office ladies, and female instructor and technicians.

Keywords: physical activity     urban women     China    

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Urban design based on public safety-Discussion on safety-based urban design

Kaizhen CAI, Jianguo WANG

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Development trend of urban design in “digital age”: Pan-dimensionality and individual-ubiquity

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Sustainable design of sanitation system based on material and value flow analysis for urban slum in Indonesia

Ken USHIJIMA, Mitsuteru IRIE, Neni SINTAWARDANI, Jovita TRIASTUTI, Umi HAMIDAH, Tadaharu ISHIKAWA, Naoyuki FUNAMIZU

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Fifty Years of Water Sensitive Urban Design, Salisbury, South Australia

John C. Radcliffe, Declan Page, Bruce Naumann, Peter Dillon

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Design and evaluation of control strategies in urban drainage systems in Kunming city

Xin Dong, Senchen Huang, Siyu Zeng

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From understanding to designing soundscapes

Jian KANG

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Research on an Evaluation System for Urban Design Competitiveness

Zou Ning,Zhang Kejun,Sun Shouqian and Xu Jiang

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Effects of design parameters on rooftop photovoltaic economics in the urban environment: a case study

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A Geodesign Method of Human-Energy-Water Interactive Systems for Urban Infrastructure Design: 10KM

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Design innovation of mesoscale robotic swarms: applications to cooperative urban sensing and mapping

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Climate change and China’s mega urban regions

Chaolin GU, Sunsheng HAN

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Treatability aspects of urban stormwater stressors

Anthony N. TAFURI, Richard FIELD

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ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF NITROGEN DEPOSITION ON URBAN FORESTS: AN OVERVIEW

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A survey of physical activity among urban women in China

Shilin DENG MD, Tongyuan LIU,

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