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|標題:||Estimate on Investigation for Rural Constructions Facilities of Rural Rejuvenation Communities at Taichung and Miaoli Area
|關鍵字:||農再社區;農村建設設施;設施體檢;木作設施;rural rejuvenation communities;rural constructions facilities;facilities investigation;wood facilities||Project:||水土保持學報, Volume 47, Issue 3, Page(s) 1449-1464.||摘要:||
In this research, it is focused on the collection of information between the period of 2001 and 2014, especially for the 88 rural rejuvenation communities in Taichung and Miaoli area. And the objects of investigation and estimation processes are those rural constructions facilities frequently reported in disaster bulletins. Thereby not only GIS is applied so as to control the distribution of rural constructions facilities but also onsite inspection and survey are proceeded as well, entailing with explorative analyses for damaged items, causes of damage and damaged scenarios according to the findings from inspections so as to establish follow-up maintenance and management mechanism for all facilities in order to effectively lengthen the service life of these structures.
According to the survey finding, within the 295 pieces of rural constructions facilities, and right after the onsite inspection is completed for the structure damage level, therefore this research finds that there are approximately 51% rated as in good condition, 41% with minor or partial damages whereas the functionalities are maintained or diminished somewhat. As for facilities severely damaged which would impact the functionalities are only 8%. In these, 51% are rated as no need for restoration after assessments made on the level of damage. And 32% require restoration nonetheless not urgent and only 17% are rated as prioritized restoration as well as dismantling.
Within the damaged facilities, wood facilities suffers the most which is about 64%, followed by concrete facilities at approximately 15%, and 10% is of stone facilities, about 8% in metal facilities, plastics facilities and vegetation facilities, the remaining is of 3%. In this research, we target to the causes for all material damages and proceed to analyses and explorations as well. In addition, in-depth analyses and explorations are conducted and followed with proposals for enhancement strategies in aspects like strengthening the material selection and anti-corrosion, heterogeneous binding or substitute material so as to raise the level of quality and durability for wood facilities in addition to serve as reference for subsequent rural constructions facilities.
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