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物質循環科学III(3)

IMPLICATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE FUTURE OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
According to diverse sources, the building industry accounts for around 40% of the energy consumption, and for 38% of the greenhouse emissions associated to human activities. This sector, together with the transport and the industry, is considered one of the main drivers of climate change. In this context, this course aims at equipping the students with the scientific background that allows them to understand the complex interaction between climate and the design of buildings and cities, and also discusses the impact that climate change may have, according to current predictions, in the future of the building industry and the urban planning.
The course is divided into three parts. First, the students are introduced to the theoretical concepts that shape the relation between buildings and climate, focusing on three aspects: Psychrometry, thermal comfort and building energy consumption. Second, it presents the different future climate scenarios, and the foreseeable affect that they may have on the design and operation of buildings and cities in various locations around the world. Finally, it discusses some of the strategies that the scientific community is considering to contain the energy consumption and the CO2 emissions of the building industry, and to cope with the effects of climate change.
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08D14323
FAS-DA4F32L3
物質循環科学III(3)
PULIDO ARCAS Jesus Alberto
S1 S2
火曜3限
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教室
21KOMCEE East K114
講義使用言語
日本語、英語
単位
2
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授業計画
PART 1: BUILDINGS, CITIES AND CLIMATE. - W01: Presentation, introduction and outline of the course. - W02: An historic perspective of the relation between climate and architecture. - W03: Psychrometrics (I). Physical principles. - W04: Psychrometrics (II). Climate conscious architecture. - W05: The user's perspective. The role of thermal comfort. - W06: Energy consumption in buildings. PART 2: THE SCIENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE - W07: Climate models, scenarios and projections. - W08: Climate change. Implications for the building industry and urban planning. - W09: Workshop 01: Analyzing the effect of climate change in an specific location. PART 3: RESILIENCE AND ADAPTATION. HOW TO COPE WITH CLIMATE CHANGE. - W10: Zero-energy buildings VS vernacular architecture. The technological paradigm. - W11: Climate conscious urban planning. Resilient cities. - W12: Integration of renewable energies in the built environment. - W13: Workshops 02: Proposing specific strategies to cope with climate change on a given location.
授業の方法
The teaching methods of this course rely on three basic pillars: Flipped classroom, active learning, and collaborative learning. Lecture time is reduced at the expense of practical activities, where students need to work together to build their own knowledge, always in close cooperation with the instructor. Short readings in the form of book chapters, research manuscripts or other kinds of materials are distributed to the students before class. Class activities include short lectures that reinforce and expand the content of the handouts. After this, students engage in activities, such as discussion groups or small workshops to further develop the theoretical contents. Additional materials are also available to assist them in this process.
成績評価方法
• Final report: 50%. The students will submit a final report at the end of the course. The teacher will provide in advance information about the structure and the required contents of this document. • Assignments: 20%. The assignments will include short quizzes on the contents of the course, and written reflections, among others. • Class participation: 30%. This will be measured by the participation and engagement in class activities.
教科書
There are no required textbooks. The teacher will provide with the necessary materials during the course.
参考書
There are no reference books. The teacher will provide with the necessary materials, along with a non-exhaustive list of research articles, books, reports, and book chapters.
履修上の注意
Prerequisites: Interest in architectural design, urban planning, and building engineering. Basic knowledge of building physics and statistical analysis using spreadsheet software is also advisable. Contact you teacher if you need more information.
その他
This course will be taught using ZOOM and Google Classroom. The link to join the ZOOM sessions and Google Classroom will be posted on UTAS and ITC-LMS around 1 week before the first class. ► The link to join ZOOM will be posted on UTAS, section オンライン授業URL/Online Class URL. ► The link to join ZOOM will be posted on UTAS, section オンライン授業内容/Online Class Information.
実務経験と授業科目の関連性
The instructor is a Licensed architect in his home country and holds a Ph.D. on environmental design. He has experience in designing buildings, conducting research, organizing scientific events and publishing research in the field of building engineering in Spain, Chile, Japan and The Philippines. His recent line of research focuses on the effect of climate change in the building industry, with a special interest in the energy consumption of buildings, the resilience of vernacular architecture,