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۱IDEAL WARMING OF LOCAL RESIDENCES OVER CENTRAL IRAN DURING SEVER WINTER
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اطلاعات انتشار: چهارمین کنگره بین المللی جغرافیدانان جهان اسلام، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۶
A discernment climatological study of sever winters in Central Iran linked with its local architecture is presented. This diagnosis is revealed to temperature and humidity data set collected at the 10 weather stations over arid and semi–arid areas from 1987 to 1997 in order to determine of their Comfort Index. Results showed some materials and plans that has been used skillfully in residences were ideal for warming during the uncomfortable nights and days of winters. These materials were mud–brick, organic plaster, and wood that has numerous pores and high thermal storage capacity. Residences with their dome roofs, small, high, wooden and double–sided windows were resisting against wind–chill penetration and it seems they can potentially absorb more radiation heat than flat roofs. Their other ideal properties were compact planning, independent rooms, roofed alley, deep garden, and underground floor. So, we found small and single entry that was symmetrically embraced with a deep porch and it could help to the ideal warming of house.<\div>

۲Kermanshah Province and Precipitable Air Masses
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اطلاعات انتشار: کنفرانس بررسی منابع آب استان کرمانشاه، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۱۲
Meteorological data of Kermanshah city in Iran and 13 cities over its North, East, and South sides set as temporal and spational daily mean tables according their latitude degrees. These tables availed us to knowledge cold and warm air masses. Then daily air maps at surface and 500 hPa level were used for synoptic patterns designing. These patterns present routes of Air Masses that have penetrated to Kermanshah province (AMKs). The results showed 5 types of AMKs including mP, cT, cP, mT, and mA from different origins have derived from general west toward Mediterranean basin and then they have entered to study area. It seems, the weakening of zonal index during transitional seasons causes the maximum diversity and frequency of AMKs. So, the minimum of diversity and frequency of AMKs accrued during summer and winter and it can be caused by the progress of cold air tounges of Siberian high pressure. The most percipitable AMK type was mP with 28 frequency. It originated mostly from England and they absorbed their moisture from Mediterranean Sea surface.Toward study area . During warm semester, the most frequent and precipitable AMK was mP and the least precipitable one was cP. Totally, AMKs during cold semester covered more study area southward in comparison with warm one.<\div>
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