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Journal of architecture and plannin Volume12, 2
Article Development of Physical Environment Evaluation Method for the Reuse of Historical Building
Author Yin-Hao Chiu, Yi-Meng Jheng, Chi-Teng Fan

The main purpose of reusing historic buildings is to preserve environmental resources and cultural properties on cultural, historical, art, and scientific aspects. Considering current situation in Taiwan, most reuse projects are based on displaying the spatial planning; therefore, scientificity and practicability are crucial on spatial environmental planning. Yet in practical situation the scientificity and practicability are easily neglected. Thus, while applying reuse project on virtual environment, equipments, which results in rising maintaining costs, are largely used for creating indoor comfortability. Given the fact that current reuse projects have less consideration on physical conditions of virtual environment and meanwhile the scientific assessment is also neglected during examining the suitability of the reuse projects, this study emphasizes on the suitability of reusing historic buildings as exhibition apace through the indoor environment diagnosis and climate data examination. Setting Chung Cheng Hall, which is located in Ba-De City, Taoyuan County, as the research object, this study is expected to achieve reuse purpose by passive design methods. Performing measurements on the heat, wind, and luminous environment and transmitting the data into dimensionless values are included in this study along with the comparison between the preservation of the exhibited items and the human body comfort. By analyzing current issues of the environment for reuse and proposing improvements through the experimental method and process in this study, the physical environment assessment of reusing historic buildings can be established as a reference for suitability assessment of architectural reuse. Part of results in this study shows that in the thermal environment analysis of Chung Cheng Hall, the measured air temperature is in the human body comfort zone while the humidity measured in each area is slightly higher than average. Therefore, improvements should be made to lower the humidity of each area and in advance, both the temperature and the humidity should be attenuated while the environment is in use of the exhibition space. In this study, the natural ventilation is put in use to achieve a comfortable environment for human body by increasing the air flow rate to attenuate the indoor humidity. But to accomplish an ideal environment for exhibited items, large amount of energy is needed and which again lowers the human body comfort level. As a result, by putting the exhibited items in the display cabinets with indirect lighting, avoiding direct natural lights, and a 24-hour temperature and humidity controlling, both the human body comfort environment and the ideal exhibition environment can be accomplished and the purpose of energy-saving is also achieved.

Keywords Reuse; Indoor Physical Environment; Environment Diagnosis; Exhibition Space; Suitability Assessment
Pages pp. 93-118

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Journal of architecture and plannin Volume12, 2
Article Exploring the Cooperation Characteristics and Innovations from the Regional Distribution of Enterpri
Author Chia-Chi Yeh, Tien-Chu Lin, Shiann-Far Kung

Industry-university cooperation has been considered one of the main ways that can improve the competitiveness of a country. However, corresponding researches related to geographical proximity are lack in literatures. This research investigated the effect of geographical proximity on the characteristic of industry-university collaboration through the statistic of secondary data and first hand materials of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) during 2001~2009. The second-hand data was used to cover the address, the GPS coordinate and the distance of enterprises cooperated with NCKU, to observe the relationship of geographical proximity, and project characteristic of industry-university cooperation. Results reveal that urbanization, population, resource partitioning, industrial structure and the social economy indeed has a positive effect on geographical distribution of enterprises cooperated with NCKU.

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Journal of architecture and plannin Volume12, 2
Article Time Spans for City Plans Completing the Review Procedure-A Case Study in Detailed Plans
Author Hsiang-Po Lin, Ting-Xi Huang, Ming-Shu Cheng

The paper tries to determine what variables affect the number of days to complete the process of reviewing detailed plans for the three-level governments, i.e. the central, county, and country government. Among the variables relating to the attributes of plan content, both planning acreage and population increase the duration of the process in the country; only planning acreage, in the county; both variables will not, in the central. For development measures assigned in the detailed plan, land readjustment reduces the duration in the country; zone expropriation, in the county; none of them will do in the central. The two variables of the number of petitions proposed by the citizen or parties, and the detailed plan reviewed and proceeded only by the central increase the duration in that government. Among the variables relating to party politics, a change of county leaders during the reviewing and proceeding process increases the duration in the county; that does not in the central. A decree to shorten the process issued by the central does decrease the duration in it. Among the variables relating to personnel, the director of the department responsible for the planning who has a formal planning degree reduces the duration in the country. In the county, the number of the commissioners on the city planning commission, the average acreage of the master plans monitored by the personnel, and the career years of the personnel responsible for the detailed plan affect the duration. The study shows that among the variables affecting the duration in the three-level governments, most of them are different, few of them are same. This implies that different levels of governments carry unique nature in its own right in reviewing the detailed plans.

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Journal of architecture and plannin Volume12, 2
Article Applying Social Behavioral Theories to Infrastructure Planning: Replacing Attitude-Modification Plan
Author Hao-Ching Hsia, Kuang-Yih Yeh, Yu-Hao Fu, Hsu-Sheng Hsieh

It is indispensable to know the so-called invariants of human behavior for planners who have a goal that is to propose a reasonable infrastructure plan. In general, it is very difficult to image that human behavior has quantitative invariants. However, the qualitative invariants might exist in human behavior. According to this hypothesis mentioned above, the various behavior theories describing the qualitative invariants of human behavior are reviewed in substance in this study. In the meanwhile, the possible ways how the various behavior theories can involve in the reasonable plan are also reviewed in this study. The related theoretical positivism, behavior modification studies, and the importance of shifting market theory to social theory are all reviewed in this process. Moreover, this study proposes that the infrastructure plan should be changed from attitude-based plan toward attitude-modification plan evoking the social/public consciousness/attitude of people when the external conditions consisting of others attitude are considered.

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