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標題: 都市過渡空間之熱舒適、使用行為與觀光之探討-以天橋及地下道為例
The thermal comfort, user behavior and tourism in urban transitional spaces-case studies of skywalk and underpass
作者: Tun-Pin Chen
陳敦斌
關鍵字: Thermal comfort;Transitional space;Thermal adaptation;Physiologically equivalent temperature(PET);熱舒適性;過渡空間;熱適應性;生理等效溫度(PET)
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摘要: 
The urban space that under the influence of the heat island effect and global warming, the temperature of the outdoor environment continually year by year. When visitors were sightseeing, leisure and shopping in urban space, it began to move in the streets, arcades and outdoor transitional space. However, in the environment of exposure, directly or indirectly, it is bound to affect tourists' recreation experience of the space. Therefore, the study to explore on skywalks and underpasses transitional space that around in Taipei and Taichung City district.
The results show that the neutral temperatures for Taichung skywalks was 27.38 PET (° C) and the neutral temperatures for Taipei skywalks was 28.02 PET(°C); Thus, there was no difference between diverse regions of comfortable temperatures (neutral temperature) in Taiwan. When the transitional space in a different types, the neutral temperatures of underpass was 23.26 PET (° C), and neutral temperature of skywalks was 28.79 PET (° C), the neutral temperature of underpasses and skywalks, the difference between 5.53 PET (° C), this is transitional space users experiences in the past;Because the underpass users psychological expectations, that transitional space is an indoor spaces and hope the comfortable temperatures lower than the outdoor temperatures.
The neutral temperature of unshaded type skywalks was 29.85 PET (° C), and the neutral temperature of shaded type skywalks 27.51 PET (° C), the difference of about 2.34 PET (° C). The results show that users unshaded type skywalks higher tolerance than shaded type skywalks. In the leisure behavior think it is important that skywalks or underpasses for tourism, the neutral temperature was 28.86 PET (° C), conversely, the neutral temperature was 27.26 PET (° C). Thus, when the users have considered that the importance of transitional spaces, it is no longer so important of requires the temperature. The results of this study provide the design of future transitional spaces, and adjusted for the issue of local micro-climate and usage behavior to improve satisfaction with the thermal environment and space utilization.

城市空間在熱島效應與全球暖化影響之下,戶外環境溫度不斷地逐年攀升。當遊客在城市空間進行觀光休閒、購物行為的同時,開始在都市街道、騎樓等戶外過渡空間移動。然而,在環境中直接或間接的曝曬,勢必會影響遊客對於該空間的遊憩體驗。因此,本研究主要以台北市與台中市商圈周圍之天橋與地下道過渡空間進行探討。
研究結果發現台中天橋的熱中性為27.38 PET(°C),而台北天橋的熱中性為28.02 PET(°C);由此可見,在台灣,不同區域使用者舒適溫度(中性溫度)的差異並不大。當過渡空間在不同型式時,地下道中性溫度為23.26 PET(°C),天橋中性溫度為28.79 PET(°C),研究顯示,地下道與天橋的中性溫度,兩者之間相差了5.53 PET(°C),此為過渡空間使用者在過去的經驗。由於地下道使用者的預期心理,認為地下道過渡空間為室內空間,因此希望舒適溫度比戶外溫度低。
無遮蔽型天橋的中性溫度為29.85 PET(°C),而有遮蔽型天橋的中性溫度為27.51 PET(°C),兩者之間差了約2.34 PET(°C),由此證明,使用者對於無遮蔽型天橋,容忍度比有遮蔽型天橋來到要高。在休閒行為中,使用者認為天橋或地下道對於觀光是重要的,使用者之中性溫度為28.86 PET(°C),反之,中性溫度為27.26 PET(°C)。因此,當使用者認為過渡空間具有重要性時,使用者對於溫度的要求,相對較低。本研究結果,可供未來設計過渡空間時參考,並針對當地微氣候與使用行為的問題加以調整,以提高空間使用率與使用者對於熱環境的滿意度。
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