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Ofis Mekanlarinda Cam Tipinin Isil Konfor, Bağil Nem Ve Işik Seviyesine Etkisi

Year 2018, Volume 1, Issue 2, 82 - 108, 14.07.2018
https://doi.org/10.37246/grid.407152

Abstract

Belirli bir seviyeye sahip bir konfor düzeyi içeren bir çalışma ortamı sağlamak bir ofis mekanının en temel gerekliliklerinden birisidir. Açıktır ki minimum düzeyde bir mekan kalitesi elde etmek için ilişkili mekan parametrelerini sağlayabiliyor olmak gereklidir. Bu açıdan bina bileşenlerinin iç mekan ve hava kalitesine etkisi kritik düzeylere çıkabilir. Bina formu, ve yönelimi aynı olsa bile konfor koşulları değişken olabilmektedir. Bunun yanı sıra, cephe düzeni de mekan konforu üzerinde bir etkiye sahip olmakla birlikte, ısı, nem ve ışık yoğunluğu gibi parametreleri yakından etkileyebilir. Bu sebeple, Ankara’nın Mustafa Kemal mahallesindeki üç farklı ofis mekanı vaka olarak çalışılmış ve iç mekan çevresel koşulları incelenmiştir.

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Impact of Glazing on Thermal Comfort, Relative Humidity, and Lighting Level in Office Spaces

Year 2018, Volume 1, Issue 2, 82 - 108, 14.07.2018
https://doi.org/10.37246/grid.407152

Abstract

Providing a working environment that has certain level of comfort is one of the most prominent requirement of an office space. Clearly, relevant space parameters are necessary to perform minimum space quality. In this regard, building components that have an impact on indoor environmental quality (IEQ) are so critical that can change the quality of the place in a critical extent. Even if the buildings are typical and orientation is the same, comfort conditions could be different. Furthermore, facade configuration of a building has an impact on space comfort. Glazing of an office space can affect the comfort conditions in terms of temperature, relative humidity and light intensity. For this purpose, three typical office spaces in Mustafa Kemal neighborhood in Ankara are studied as a case and examined in terms of environmental conditions of interior.

References

  • ASHRAE. (1982). American society of heating, refrigerating and air-conditioning engineers, handbook of fundamentals. Atlanta: ASHRAE.
  • ASHRAE. (1999). Ventilation for acceptable indoor air quality. Atlanta: ASHRAE.
  • ASHRAE. (2010). Standard 55: Thermal environmental conditions for human occupancy. Atlanta: ASHRAE.
  • Becker, F. & Kelley, T. (2004). Offices at work- uncommon workplace strategies that add value and ımprove performance. San Francisco: Jossey Bass Business and Management Series.
  • Choi, J. H., Loftness, V., & Aziz, A. (2012). Post-occupancy evaluation of 20 office buildings as basis for future IEQ standards and guidelines. Energy and buildings, 46, 167-175.
  • Clements, D. (2006). Creating the productive workplace. Oxon: Taylor & Francis.
  • Çakır, Ç. (2006). Assessing thermal comfort conditions: a case study on the METU Faculty of Architecture building (Master’s thesis). Retrieved from Middle East Technical University Library thesis database. (Accession No. 1050387741).
  • Fanger, P.O. (1970). Thermal comfort: analysis and applications in environmental engineering. Copenhagen: Danish Technical Press. Google earth. (March 8, 2018). Barış Sitesi Ankara Turkey. TerraMetrics 2018, DigitalGlobe 2018. http://www.earth.google.com [March 8, 2018].
  • Loftness, V., Hartkopf, V., Poh, L. K., Choi, J., & Snyder, M. (2006). Sustainability health are integrated goals for the built environment. Proceedings of Healthy Buildings, 1, pp. 1-17. Lisbon, Portugal.
  • National Optical Astronomy Observatory (n.d.). Recommended light levels (illuminance) for outdoor and indoor venues. Retrieved in 8th of March, 2018, from https://www.noao.edu/education/QLTkit/ACTIVITY_Documents/Safety/LightLevels_ outdoor+indoor.pdf.
  • IESNA (2000). The IESNA Lighting Handbook. New York: IES.
  • IESNA (2004). American National Standard Practice for Office Lighting (ANSI/IESNA RP-1- 04). New York: IES.
  • Stegou-Sagia, A., Antonopoulos, K., Angelopoulou, C., & Kotsiovelos, G. (2007). The impact of glazing on energy consumption and comfort. Energy Conversion and Management, 48 (11), 2844-2852.
  • Panchyk, K. (1984). Solar interiors: energy-efficient spaces designed for comfort. USA: Nostrand Reinhold Company Inc.
  • Perez, Y. V., & Capeluto, I. G. (2009). Climatic considerations in school building design in the hot–humid climate for reducing energy consumption. Applied Energy, 86(3), 340-348.
  • Veitch, J. A. (2005). Creating high-quality workplaces using lighting. In D. Clements-Croome (Ed.), Creating the productive workplace (pp. 206-222). London: E and FN Spon

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Primary Language English
Subjects Architecture
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Nur ÖZKAN ÖZTÜRK> (Primary Author)
Çankaya University
Türkiye

Publication Date July 14, 2018
Published in Issue Year 2018, Volume 1, Issue 2

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Bibtex @research article { grid407152, journal = {GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal}, eissn = {2619-9556}, address = {Çankaya Üniversitesi Mimarlık Fakültesi, Balgat Kampüsü, Öğretmenler Caddesi, No: 14, 06530 Balgat/ANKARA/TÜRKİYE}, publisher = {Cankaya University}, year = {2018}, volume = {1}, number = {2}, pages = {82 - 108}, doi = {10.37246/grid.407152}, title = {Impact of Glazing on Thermal Comfort, Relative Humidity, and Lighting Level in Office Spaces}, key = {cite}, author = {Özkan Öztürk, Nur} }
APA Özkan Öztürk, N. (2018). Impact of Glazing on Thermal Comfort, Relative Humidity, and Lighting Level in Office Spaces . GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal , 1 (2) , 82-108 . DOI: 10.37246/grid.407152
MLA Özkan Öztürk, N. "Impact of Glazing on Thermal Comfort, Relative Humidity, and Lighting Level in Office Spaces" . GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal 1 (2018 ): 82-108 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/grid/issue/38317/407152>
Chicago Özkan Öztürk, N. "Impact of Glazing on Thermal Comfort, Relative Humidity, and Lighting Level in Office Spaces". GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal 1 (2018 ): 82-108
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ISNAD Özkan Öztürk, Nur . "Impact of Glazing on Thermal Comfort, Relative Humidity, and Lighting Level in Office Spaces". GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal 1 / 2 (July 2018): 82-108 . https://doi.org/10.37246/grid.407152
AMA Özkan Öztürk N. Impact of Glazing on Thermal Comfort, Relative Humidity, and Lighting Level in Office Spaces. GRID. 2018; 1(2): 82-108.
Vancouver Özkan Öztürk N. Impact of Glazing on Thermal Comfort, Relative Humidity, and Lighting Level in Office Spaces. GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal. 2018; 1(2): 82-108.
IEEE N. Özkan Öztürk , "Impact of Glazing on Thermal Comfort, Relative Humidity, and Lighting Level in Office Spaces", GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 82-108, Jul. 2018, doi:10.37246/grid.407152