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標題: 景觀植栽遮蔽性與舒適度之研究
The study of plants for landscaping base on shading levels and thermal comfort
作者: Ya-Tzu Chen
關鍵字: Crown diameter;Sky View Factor;Thermal indices;Thermal comfort;Landscape planting;樹冠幅;天空可視率;熱指標;熱舒適;景觀植栽
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This study discusses the inference of thermal comfort in different shaded areas. The shading level in outdoor contain buildings, trees, and facilities. The indices for discussion are sky view factor (SVF), thermal indices (Ta/Tmrt/PET) and landscape planting characteristics (tree height/ diameter of breast height/crown diameter) which are compared to each other. The result shows that landscape planting crown diameter, sky view factor and thermal indices have highly relationship, which highly relationship between crown diameter and SVF (R?=0.83), and also show between thermal comfort index PET and crown diameter(R2=0.71), with thermal indices variables and SVF landscape planting for the classification, showing the thermal comfort landscape planting trees characteristics, when the tree height and crown diameter in between 5-10m, outdoor thermal comfort range and Taiwan (Lin, 2009) have good fitting results, landscape planting including Pistacia chinensis, Melia azedarach, Cinnamomum camphora, Liquidambar formosana Hance, Spathodea campanulata, Araucaria cunninghamii. The study can serve as a reference for landscape planting design.

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