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44628 – Environmental Technical Physics and Technical Plants
Search Course unit catalogue. In order to help students with their design activity, professors provide numerical exercises on topics covered during the teaching. In the event of a written test in place of the oral test, this will involve open format questions on theoretical contents; then, there will be an oral test related to the design activity carried out during the program.
The teaching is a 6 credit program 60 hours. Specifically, students will be able to understand design requirements, to consider regulations and technological restrictions, to use more appropriate numerical or analytical calculation tools, know parameters to evaluate and approve a building physics project, and have the ability to make choices that involve different aspects of a building project.
Rankine and refrigeration cycles.
After the end of the lessons, no more reviews with the professors will be possible. Expected learning outcomes This teaching is aimed at providing architects with a basic knowledge of building physics phenomena linked to design process. Building acoustics, architectural acoustics, environmental acoustics.
For this teaching, the total study load range is between and hours between 25 and 30 hours per creditwhich includes attending lessons, design activity and study. These evaluations represent design activities specifically related to acoustic and lighting fields.
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Moncada Lo Giudice, L. Energy performance of buildings. Ideal gases, mixtures of ideal gases. HVAC Heating equipment, heating and cooling systems and applications. Some building physics issues will be proposed to the students, which appear with frequency during design process.
Cirill documents on single topics, prepared by professors, form additional teaching material. Ricciardi – “Elementi di acustica e illuminotecnica” – McGraw-Hill, Frequency spectrum and bandwidths. At the end of the program, students will achieve the ability to apply this knowledge in architectural design that is a complex context in which building physics requirements may sometimes conflict or heavily influence the design phase.
This teaching is aimed at providing architects with a basic knowledge of building physics phenomena linked to design process. Every group is required to write a report, where the following data are collected: The nature of thermodynamics: Thermal properties of matter.
The final mark will take into account the value of design activity and the correctness of the given answers; in addition clarity, ability to synthesis, and the properties of language demonstrated during the conversation or in written tests will be considered.
Forms of energy and its conservation. Delivery modes The development of a specific design activity is required in order to apply the achieved knowledge. Preferably, work reviews take place during lesson time, even though checks could be possible on other days and times, arranged with the professors, by appointment.
By the first exam date, the project work will be corrected and acistica will be valid for more sessions. Free and forced convection.
Students are requested to have the basic concepts of building physics applied to indoor environment lighting, acoustics and air-conditioningalready achieved during the bachelor degree. In addition, during the lessons, other bibliography related to technical literature, to regulations and to industrial production of technological ciirllo and systems, will be communicated.
See the website of Paolo Valdiserri. Teaching Mode Traditional lectures.
For each issue, professors provide a building physics interpretation of the topic and a methodology for an in-depth examination of the problem, in order to identify the best technological solutions according to regulations and indoor comfort requirements. Office hours See the website of Paolo Valdiserri.
In addition, if the number of attending students is compatible, technical visits to construction sites will be organized. The development of a specific design activity is required in order to apply the achieved knowledge.
Each work group has a maximum of three or four reviews, which will be concluded by the end of the lessons. In particular, at the end of the program students will acquire the following: In the classroom there could also be a wcustica to help the students. Students who want to examine the topic in-depth, can refer to the following books bibliography is in Italian; further and specific references in English will be provided during the lessons: Applications of thermodynamics to the closed system.
Acistica, readings, handouts and other learning resources. The first law of the thermodynamics: The power point presentation cifillo be illustrated during the final exam. Considering the topics covered during the program, each student has to make evaluations related to building physics regarding an architectural project with the support of manual calculation or automatic tools.
Assessment methods Oral exam: In particular, the following knowledge is considered as achieved: The overall heat transfer coefficient.
Assessment and grading criteria The exam will consist of an oral test during which the design activity carried out by a group of students, or by a single student, together with knowledge of theory achieved during the lessons, will be discussed.
Critical analysis on evaluation results demonstrates that students have achieved ciirillo ability to face building physics topics during the design phase; they will reach this goal in an autonomous way, consciously and with the competence typical of an architect. In addition, they have to create a power point presentation, where requirements, project solutions, results and conclusions are reported in a synthetic form. Room acoustics, reverberation time.