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Thesis etd-05062019-154505


Thesis type
Tesi di laurea magistrale LM5
Author
PALUMBO, MASSIMILIANO
URN
etd-05062019-154505
Thesis title
Progetto del nuovo polo didattico di ingegneria e analisi dinamica dell'illuminazione naturale
Department
INGEGNERIA DELL'ENERGIA, DEI SISTEMI, DEL TERRITORIO E DELLE COSTRUZIONI
Course of study
INGEGNERIA EDILE-ARCHITETTURA
Supervisors
relatore Prof. Leccese, Francesco
correlatore Prof. Lanini, Luca
controrelatore Prof. Salvadori, Giacomo
Keywords
  • illuminazione
  • facciate cinetiche.
  • daylit
  • daylight
  • climate-based-modelling
  • cbm
  • kinetic
  • ladybug
  • madm
Graduation session start date
13/06/2019
Availability
Withheld
Release date
13/06/2089
Summary
This research examines the global trend of natural light on a single building situated in Pisa, Italy.
The project’s scope is aimed to investigate ways to integrate environmental simulation, spatial performance, and design intent criteria through the multi attribute decision making process (MADM) in order to increase holistic project quality and to develop a research on Intelligent Façade Systems, according to the need to identify the technological, functional and performance parameters that guide the choices of the actors in the process and push them to develop solutions to transform the envelope of the building from static to dynamic and establish a dialogue between the architectural function and the light one.
Parametric design tools (Grasshopper), simulation software(Ladybug Tools) and Microsoft Excel are used to facilitate the processes.
The approach consists in the discretization of the façade problem concerning its three geometric dimensions and insert shading devices according to the latter, in order to obtain as many possible scenarios for the MADM process to identify the best one, using as set of attributes the annual‐based metrics and the field of view for the reintegration of building‐city‐territory through sight and as psychological factor.
Secondly, point‐in‐time testing were carried out on the phenomenon of glare for the purpose of investigate the movement of shading devices to avoid discomfort.
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