Evaluation Model of Spatial Environmental Spillover Suitability of Middle School Buildings

Zheng Tan, Yiming He, Hao Liu

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 1385-1390


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The niche fitness model can not only quantitatively study the niche fitness of urban human settlements environment quality in different regions, but also concisely and intuitively reveal the dominant factors and spatial differentiation rules that cause the regional differences of niche fitness of human settlements environment quality. The light environment in the space environment of middle school buildings is the focus of this paper. Through the environment analysis software Autodesk Ecotect and Radiance to assist in modeling, analysis and comparison, focusing on the light environment simulation of the middle school building working environment; and through the example simulation to illustrate the impact of maintenance and shading components on the light environment; finally, some follow-up research and suggestions on the lighting strategy of the middle school building are made. This provides a theoretical basis for decision-making and management departments to formulate urban planning plans.


environment analysis software, middle school building space, light environment, shading components


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