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CoolParks : aide à la conception de parcs et de formes urbaines pour optimiser le rafraîchissement urbain

Abstract : Climate projections for the next decades predict heat waves, which will be intensified in cities due to the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect. To mitigate the UHI, new urban planning projects look forward to integrate more solutions based on vegetation and water. Thus, urban parks can generate cooled air but the amount of freshness created will depend on the park's constitution and proportion of each element and the urban environment surrounding the park. In addition, the cooled air will be spread differently in the surroundings depending on the urban district's morphology. The interaction between the urban morphology and the urban park will be considered in the CoolParks project. The aim of this project is to develop a tool for local communities to design urban parks and the surrounding districts with the aim to optimize urban cooling and reduce the buildings' energy consumption.
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Auline Rodler, Jérémy Bernard, Benjamin Morille, Philippe Bodénan, Sihem Guernouti, et al.. CoolParks : aide à la conception de parcs et de formes urbaines pour optimiser le rafraîchissement urbain. 33ème colloque de l'association internationale de climatologie, Laboratoire LETG-RENNES, UMR 6554 LETGCNRS / Université Rennes 2, Jul 2020, Rennes, France. pp.595-600. ⟨hal-02940691⟩

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