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  • Analyzing the Mechanism of the Possible Effect of Place Attachment of
           Residents of Iranian Neighborhoods in Improving the Level of Quality of
           Life (Study Example: Joolan Neighborhood in Hamedan City)

    • Authors: Nima Gheitarani, Seyyed Arash Sohrabi, Seyednima Naghibi Iravani, Samad Dehghan
      Abstract: According to the assumptions of the present research, indicators such as the mentality of the residents of the neighborhood about people's quality of life, the mentality of the residents of the neighborhood about their quality of life, the perception of citizens towards the safety of their living environment are among the hidden variables that can have direct effects on mental quality of life as one of Internal factors and indirect effects on local quality of life. Joolan neighborhood is one of the old neighborhoods with the identity of Joolan neighborhood in Joolan neighborhood in Hamedan city, which is located in the first ring and the middle of Mahdieh Street, Madani, and Taleghani Boulevard, and it is considered the study sample of this research. Statistical analyzes in the present study show a statistically significant relationship between satisfaction with housing and overall satisfaction with life in Joolan neighborhood in Hamedan City at a significance level of less than 0.05 (Sig<0.05, R=0 208) exists. Such a correlation exists for most of the objective indicators with the overall satisfaction of quality of life, although its intensity is different. These findings can be used in the periodic repetition of the quality of life survey. Although some of the presented cases seem clear, in most of the surveys, obvious and repeated points are ignored and mistakes are repeated. The following can be mentioned from the experimental findings of the survey of quality of life awareness in Joolan neighborhood in Hamedan city.
      PubDate: 2024-02-12
      Issue No: Vol. 13 (2024)
       
  • Providing a Pattern and Planning Method for Footpaths and Sidewalks to
           Protect Deteriorated and Vulnerable Urban Contexts

    • Authors: Seyednima Naghibi Iravani, Seyyed Arash Sohrabi, Nima Gheitarani, Samad Dehghan
      Abstract: This research seeks to answer this question to prevent the waste of capital in routes without potential and allocate facilities and facilities to routes with potential to encourage people to move on foot on short trips. Through what criteria and indicators can the existing potential of the roads be measured, and as a result, by finding the optimal routes for pedestrian traffic, one of the most important problems of the public's lack of acceptance of non-motorized transportation can be solved. At first, by using the descriptive-analytical research method, through library studies, the existing literature in this field and also the experiences of other countries of the world and Iran have been investigated. In this way, the theoretical framework of the research has been formed and effective criteria and indicators have been extracted in measuring the potential of roads for pedestrian movement. In this way, four criteria of land use, traffic safety, security, attractiveness, and comfort have been defined. The extracted criteria and sub-criteria are valued through the process of hierarchical analysis and the Delphi method. In the next step, by using the case-based research method, the data related to the sub-criteria at the level of the roads in the study area are collected through observation and interview entered into the geographic information system, and finally analyzed by the geographic information system and in some cases, The layout of the space (to measure the network continuity) is done and the routes with potential for pedestrian movement are extracted. Finally, from the summation of the weighted values obtained for each of the roads regarding land use criteria, traffic safety, security attractiveness, and comfort, the final score of each of the roads in the study area (intended statistical population) about the potential Passages are obtained to create suitable routes for pedestrian traffic.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      Issue No: Vol. 13 (2024)
       
  • (*Review Article) Research on Privatization Reform of China's
           Loss-making Public Utilities

    • Authors: Li Yihui
      Abstract: In this paper, an exposition of the background of China's privatization reform in public utilities, along with an analysis of the reform's content and effectiveness, is presented and organized based on relevant public administration theory and practice. Secondly, a thorough examination of the factors constituting the primary obstacle in China's privatization reform of public utilities is undertaken. Addressing issues arising from private companies pursuing profit while public utility entities seek to avoid losses, it is argued that the incomplete reform of government functions, the constraints of traditional ideology, and the lack of supervision in the privatization of public utilities contribute to these challenges. Finally, recommendations for loss-making public utilities in the privatization reform are put forth. These involve further reforms in the utilities' business model, the establishment of new operational and service paradigms, and the enhancement of government support,regulatory measures,and coordination during the reform process. These measures aim to address the existing challenges in China's loss-making public utilities during the privatization reform.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      Issue No: Vol. 13 (2024)
       
  • Evaluation and Optimization of Building Greening Methods in Four Different
           Climates Using Building Information Modeling (BIM)

    • Authors: Hamid Samami, Seyednima Naghibi Iravani, Seyyed Arash Sohrabi, Nima Gheitarani, Samad Dehghan
      Abstract: BIM, which stands for Building Information Modeling, is a methodology that allows architects to digitally simulate their design and manage all the information related to an architectural project. BIM systems include the fourth dimension (time dimension) and the fifth dimension (cost dimension). On the other hand, sustainable development is a complex concept that includes different aspects. In sustainability, the three economic, environmental, and social aspects are fully interacting with each other, and most researchers examine sustainability in these three main aspects (Triple Bottom Line) of environmental, social, and economic sustainability. Therefore, in this research, we have examined four objectives, which first evaluate the impact of building orientation on reducing energy consumption by using building information modeling (BIM) and determine the most optimal direction. Then we examine the effect of the placement of skylights and openings on reducing energy consumption by using building information modeling (BIM). Finally, we examine the effect of using green facades and building smartness on the energy consumption of the building. Finally, by comparing the results obtained from the Design-Builder software, the most optimal modes are determined.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      Issue No: Vol. 13 (2024)
       
 
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