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Title :やませによる冷気流が東北地方太平洋沿岸都市の夏季の温熱環境に与える影響
Title alternative :Influence of Summer Cold Northeast Wind on Outdoor Thermal Environment in Coastal Cities Along the Pacific in Tohoku Region
Authors :佐々木, 澄
持田, 灯
吉野, 博
渡辺, 浩文
富永, 禎秀
Publisher :日本風工学会
Issue Date :2002
Journal Title :風工学シンポジウム論文集
Volume :17
Start Page :53
End Page :58
Abstract :Field measurement of outdoor wind and thermal environments were carried out in the last summer at the Haramachi City of Fukusima Prefecture. The aim of the study is to investigate the present outdoor thermal environment condition of urban area and the heat mitigation by means of using the effects of trees, ponds and river, Measurements obtained for cold northeast wind (or Yamase, name in Japanese) and air temperature showed that the records were not so high. Water temperatures from river and sea were also measured, and the readings both showed higher than air temperature in surroundings. Air temperatures measured from the river area showed cooler than around residential and urban areas. It is because river played an important role as a passage of cold air from sea.
Keywords :Yamase
Field Measurement
Outdoor Thermal Environment
Mitigation Effects of Tree and River
Type Local :Conference Paper
Language :jpn
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10623/29488
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