Examining Sustainable Urban Design Pattern by Explaining the Compatibility Model based on Density in Residential Fabrics of District 4th in Tehran City

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Ali Akbarzadeh, Fatemeh Bavali


Concerns about energy and climate change have taken center stage in urban studies in recent years. Buildings are the primary focus of the problem of maximizing energy efficiency in cities, and among the energy Additionally, the most crucial aspects of urban energy efficiency research are consumption, solar radiation energy on the one hand, and thermal energy demand on the other. These factors, together with other climatic factors, primarily influence the standard of life in urban areas. The main aim of research is to establish a model of sustainability in the physical form of the city, the primary objective of the current research is to extract the ideal framework and also the proposed model in the form of a structure for the concept of urban design in urban morphology, which is, on the one hand, the architectural scale of the buildings of the urban fabrics. In terms of structure, the current research is analytical-descriptive, and the method of data collection is in the form of documentation, survey, modeling and simulation using energy analysis software in the field of energy with a micro-analytical approach of urban climate such as Envi-met. For this reason, 4 morpho-types were evaluated in the context of the 4th district of Tehran, and the findings of the research show the difference between the optimal state and the current state of the evaluated parameters, and the amount of difference and the effect of added density in each morphological type of the effective range based on the index It explains that the high-rise building type has the most positive changes in the proposed conditions, and the compact types have lower values respectively. In the future researches, other morphological variables and adaptation modes with climatic parameters can also be investigated in order to achieve energy efficiency in other modes.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.52783/pst.545

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