№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 43 September 2013

Theory of architecture


Kahramanova Shahla Shekhali

PhD (Architecture), Associate Professor,
Chair of Architectural Design and Town Planning.
Azerbaijan University of Architecture and Construction,
Baku, Azerbaijan, e-mail: shahlakahramanova@yandex.ru

APPLICATION OF CONTEMPORARY BUILDING MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE HOT AND DAMP CLIMATE OF BAKU


The article is devoted to THE application of modern-day building materials and structures in the hot and moist climatic conditions of the city of Baku. The basic climatic factors that determine the physical parameters of the enclosure materials and structures used in Baku. The author provides examples of solutions to the adaptation of buildings to the environment in international practice. Advanced engineering developments in field of contemporary building materials are highlighted.

Key words: enclosing structures, front glazing, double skins



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