Recreation of field hospitals with requirements of defense air passive and energy supply from renewable solar resources to the crisis management and cost
H. Safari, M. Golanbari, M. Nobakht, M.A. Shakiba, M.H. Hafshejani, M. Rahmani, K. Sami
Iran has vast sunshiny zones in most of the days of year, especially in the border areas of country that have always been threatened have potential of energy supply from endless source of sun due to geographical position. Therefore, the most important measures that should be considered to prepare and deal with the crisis in these areas is to provide the requirements of energy supply of renewable solar energy by considering geographical capabilities of these areas, in order to the life cycle and service in these areas, especially in times of crisis not faced with interruption. Accordingly, the importance and necessity of research for the study of overall map of site and spatial structure of recreation architecture of the existing field hospital and the introduction of mechanism solar energy supply and energy management and crisis become evident more than ever. This study is conducted to investigate and introduce the spatial structure of field hospitals and their recreation by renewable solar energy supply and providing requirements of defense air passive to provide a useful framework of mechanical, architectural requirements and environmental attitudes and urban environment as well as environmental and defensive issues for the design of such buildings in accordance with new threats and pure energy topics in order to provide for use in time of crisis as uninterrupted energy supply and be able to reduce financial and body losses by using it and reduce the costs by crisis management and maximize the advantage.