Climatic treatments of the urban reality in the city of Fallujah using the Delphi method
Al-Anbar University Journal For Humanities,
2022, Volume 2022, Issue 4, Pages 3934-3963
AbstractThe planning and design of residential neighborhoods and their units is adopted according to the requirements of the prevailing climate on the criterion of thermal comfort, so the study aims to rely on the Delphi method process in assessing the importance of climatic elements in the future directions of the reality of urban planning in the city of Fallujah, and by analyzing the results of the planning directions of this statistical method, we can Access to the best climatic treatments for the reality of urbanization in the study area in order to achieve the ideal comfort for humans and their sense of environmental comfort. Therefore, successful climatic treatments must participate collectively in future planning directions and evaluate those directions through a scientific team consisting of various types of experts, especially climatologists and architects in order to Giving a role to specialists in following up the variables and determining them according to the available capabilities, taking their opinion into account, and their role starts from collecting information and data and ending with guidance and implementation. This method is one of the best types of methods that combine public participation in setting directions and planning policies with the official participation of all specialists and planners so that the formulation of the decision in identifying problems and addressing them is integrated with each other based on correct and successful scientific foundations.
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