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Xiao Han
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 56-62; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.4001

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Parallel with the increasing development of China’s social economy, many people are paying attention to the high-level design quality of interior design and the aesthetics and environmental protection of interior design. Therefore, the concept of integrating green design has become the focus of designers in the works of interior design. Based on the overview of green interior design concept, the author introduces the role and principles of green design concept in interior design, and discusses in detail the key applications of green design concept in interior design, hoping to provide reference and guidance for interior design practitioners.
Yongjun Shen
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 63-69; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.4007

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In order to reduce the disease risk stemming from asphalt concrete pavement and ensure the safety of road operation, we should pay attention to the structural design of long-life asphalt pavement, strengthen the selection of long-term pavement materials, scientifically set the pavement mechanical performance indexes based on the calculation results of pavement structure thickness combination and modulus combination, and ensure the stability and durability of road pavement structure through the real-time establishment of three-dimensional finite element calculation model, as well as the integrated design that takes into consideration the aspects of road subgrade, semi-rigid base and asphalt layer.
Yun Fan
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 43-48; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.3992

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In order to improve the refining effect of zinc ore and promote the development of this industry, taking the hydrometallurgical zinc smelting process as an example, this paper first establishes a model for the recycling of waste residues in the hydrometallurgical process, proposes optimization measures based on proven comprehensive recycling technology for purifying residues to obtain higher valuable metal recovery rate, and provides reference for those in relevant fields.
Yuan Yin
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.4000

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In order to improve the maintenance of expressway bridges and tunnels as well as to maximize the utilization rate of expressway bridges and tunnels, this paper studies the countermeasures for the maintenance management of expressway bridges and tunnels. Through theoretical analysis, this paper expounds the problems existing in the maintenance management of expressway bridges and tunnels as well as proposes corresponding solutions to these problems. By implementing the countermeasures for the maintenance management of expressway bridges and tunnels, it is possible improve the maintenance effect of expressway bridges and tunnels as well as ensure the smooth and safe operation of expressway bridges and tunnels.
Bin Zhang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 37-42; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.3969

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In order to improve the construction quality and steadily promote the improvement in the level of the construction industry, this paper expounds BIM-based strategies for construction quality control. This paper first identifies the factors affecting the construction quality, analyzes the advantages and value of the application of BIM in construction, and finally analyzes the scenario of applying BIM for future references.
Shiyao Li
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 31-36; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.3959

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Urban green space is an effective psychological restoration landscape site. However, Adelaide’s urban green space tends to focus on visual design but neglect non-visual senses. Sensory influence is interactive and has profound and subtle effects on tourists. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between auditory, tactile, and psychological restoration of urban green space from a multi-sensory perspective. This study used quantitative research methods to investigate auditory and tactile-related landscape factors that have a positive effect on restoration. It is expected that this study will contribute to the high-quality restoration of urban green space and promote human health.
Yuhua Zhu, Bowen Li
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 19-30; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.3903

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The 2008 Wenchuan earthquake in Sichuan Province caused significant damage to Dujiangyan irrigation system, which is one of the world’s cultural heritages. After the earthquake, the Chinese government launched the post-earthquake emergency conservation project for cultural heritages. The Fulong Taoist Temple in Dujiangyan was the first to adopt the conservation project. The earthquake-damaged Fulong Taoist Temple was restored in just 18 months. This article reviews the entire emergency conservation project of Fulong Taoist Temple in Dujiangyan after the earthquake, discusses the restoration principles and technical methods used in this project, and uses the comments of the Asia-Pacific Heritage Protection Award to expound the historical significance of this protection project.
Yuling Zhang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 7-12; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.3889

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With the coordinated development of today’s social economy with science and technology, various advanced technologies are being used in highway engineering, especially the distributed intelligent power supply technology in expressway tunnels, which has a very significant advantage. In order to realize the effective application of this technology and promote the power supply effect in expressway tunnel, this study analyzes the advantages of this technology and its application in expressway tunnel, hoping to provide scientific reference for the application of distributed intelligent power supply technology and the engineering development of expressway tunnels.
Yujie Li
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.3888

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The construction quality and efficiency of construction engineering are directly related to people’s daily life. Therefore, construction enterprises must keep pace with the times and actively introduce advanced technical means into architectural design, project construction, and management, so as to ensure the quality and safety of construction to the maximum extent. The application of BIM not only improves the efficiency of construction and construction quality, but also realizes the control of construction cost. This study explores and analyzes the advantages of BIM as well as proposes application strategies of BIM in architectural design, project construction, and management, hoping to contribute to the smooth construction of construction engineering.
Fei Sun
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 13-18; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i3.3890

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Structural design is an important component of architectural engineering. BIM is integrated into structural design to form a complete, linked, and information-based data platform. Therefore, in line with the features of BIM, such as interaction and coordination, information integration, as well as data simulation, this study analyzes the advantages of BIM in architectural structural design, proposes several optimization measures using BIM for architectural structural design, and promotes the rationality of architectural structural design.
Zhuang Liu
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 15-18; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i2.3789

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The stability of roads in cities directly affects the safety of traffic and transportation. In the process of pavement laying, relevant personnel should use permeable paving materials in the process of construction. Based on the analysis of road drainage requirements, traditional paving materials have relatively poor water permeability, which leads to ponding problems during road use [1]. Within this frame of reference, beginning with the characteristics of permeable paving materials, this paper makes an in-depth exploration on practical application measures.
Yazhou Liu
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 11-14; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i2.3788

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With the continuous progress of social science and technology, there are increasingly more kinds of high-tech materials that can be used in the construction of subgrade and pavement. Among them, the application of nanomaterials plays a commendatory role, improving the quality of pavement. Based on this, this paper analyzes the characteristics of nanomaterials and puts forward specific measures for the application of nanomaterials on the basis of further exploring the working principle of nanomaterials in subgrade and pavement, so as to promote the further development of subgrade and pavement construction.
Jingjing Sun
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i2.3703

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In active response to the national requirements of promoting green building materials and developing prefabricated buildings, it is necessary to continuously optimize and reasonably employ relevant technologies. Autoclaved aerated concrete block prefabricated multi-storey building technology is a new technology, which will not only effectively realize green environmental protection in construction engineering, but also promote the further development of prefabricated buildings. Therefore, this paper analyzes the autoclaved aerated concrete block prefabricated multi-storey building technology for future references.
Wei Su, Yalei Liu
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 5-10; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i2.3610

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Wangjinzhuang in Shexian County, which has a long history, is a representative of the traditional settlements in Taihang Mountains. Through the in-depth study of the morphological characteristics of Wangjinzhuang settlement, this paper fully excavates its value as a traditional settlement. The overall pattern of the settlement form is complete, showing a linear layout form; the road system is graded, and the structure is clear; the spatial form shows a combination of points, lines, and planes; public buildings are distributed in an orderly manner, with clear functions, and they have a high degree of research value.
Liang Pan
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 28-36; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i1.2902

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Under the context that “peak carbon emissions” and “carbon neutrality” are included in the overall plan for the construction of ecological civilization in China, this paper discusses the value of modern timber architecture as a form of low-carbon and environmental protection movement in the whole life cycle of the construction field. It mainly analyzes the reasons for the limited resources, misunderstandings of inherent concepts, the high cost of comprehensive construction, and the shortage of professionals. Based on that, several countermeasures have been proposed, such as perfecting relevant norms and policies, strengthening technology research and development as well as demonstration guidance, moderately developing forest resources, applying digital construction operation and maintenance technology, as well as cultivating compound professionals, all of which provide a reference for the development of ecological benefits in China’s construction industry.
Yaoping Luo, Yun Wan
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 37-41; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i1.3546

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The net distance between the Xuetangwan interchange and the Huangshi tunnel exit of the Kaiyun expressway (Jiangkou-Yunyang-Longgang section) is used as an example in this paper. This paper analyses the problems in the safety distance between expressway tunnel and interchange under multi tunnel, and proposes safety distance measures between expressway tunnel and interchange under multi tunnel, based on the current safety distance standard between expressway tunnel and interchange under multi tunnel.
Zhongyu Wang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 49-55; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i4.2475

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In order to ensure the construction quality and safety of small and medium span basket type steel box tied arch bridge, this paper takes a practical project as an example to analyze the key technologies in its design process. It is hoped that this analysis can provide corresponding reference for the design and construction of this kind of arch bridge.
Xue Wei
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 38-48; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i4.2429

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This article organizes and analyzes the historical evolution as well as the current situation of the Red Gate Palace, and probes into the artistic characteristics of the exterior space of the building. The conclusions are as follows: Relying on the unique forest environment of Mount Tai, the Red Gate Palace forms an impression of negative yin-yang where it is overlooking waters and with hills at the back. The guiding space comprising of the climbing route, the archway, and the Feiyun Pavilion which is built on the crossroad plays the role of guidance and suggestion; forming a complete spatial sequence with rhythm. The courtyard space which constitutes the east and west courtyards, in addition to the Little Taishan Temple is reasonable and ingenious in layout along with rich as well as well-proportioned spaces, and pleasant in scale.
Meng Wan
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 21-24; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i4.2377

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Nowadays, the scope of bridge construction projects in China is becoming wider, which promotes China’s economic development to a large extent and also improves China’s transportation system. Meanwhile, people also put forward new requirements for the quality of steel structure bridges. However, in actual design, due to the influence of many factors, some problems are inevitable, which will affect the integrity of the design. Therefore, the designer needs to fully grasp the possible design problems, and then take effective measures to improve the integrity of the design scheme, so as to ensure the quality of the steel structure bridge and improves the safety of the steel structure bridge from the fundamentals. This paper mainly focuses on steel structure bridges, analyzed the current status of steel structure bridge types and their selection, and proposes the integrity design strategy of steel structure bridges.
YunJin Wang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 25-33; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i4.2403

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As the third vital industry supporting Australia’s economic development, the education domain and related services are deserved to be emphasized. The domestic university as the major used space of the educational industry is acquiring increasingly government investments. One of the investment aspects is the improvement of safety infrastructure. By providing students and staff a convenient and safe campus experience is an effective approach to produce greater benefits. However, in most Australia universities, the safety issue is still a problem that needs to be enhanced. In this research paper, the Garden City Campus of the Queensland University of Technology is used as the case study. It will be analyzed using the methodologies of observation and survey.
Miao Dai
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 34-37; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i4.2425

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The properties of collapsible loess are complex. The self-gravity of overlying soil, self-gravity stress and additional stress act together, which will damage the soil structure and lead to the deformation of the soil structure. Collapsible loess is widely distributed in Northwest and Northeast China. A series of problems caused by its structural characteristics will affect the quality of foundation construction. Therefore, construction enterprises need to deeply study the foundation treatment measures of collapsible loess, so as to avoid the uneven settlement after the construction of collapsible yellow soil foundation. This paper analyzes from the judgment and classification of collapsible loess, studies the impact of collapsible loess on building foundation construction, and explores the specific construction treatment measures of collapsible loess, in order to promote the effective application of foundation construction.
D.Michelle Naomie Mavoungou, Pingsong Zhang, Siwei Zhang, Qiong Wang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 1-20; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i4.2376

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The effect of grouting behind tunnel wall directly affects the surrounding ground settlement and the stability of tunnel structure, so the grouting quality detection is very necessary. As an efficient and convenient shallow geophysical exploration method, ground-penetrating radar can meet the high-resolution and non-destructive requirements of grouting quality detection behind the tunnel wall, so it is widely used in engineering in recent years. Most of the existing studies have obvious regional pertinence and special geological conditions, and there are few universal studies on the characteristics of the ground penetrating radar reflection image of the grouting defect behind the tunnel wall. In view of this, this paper uses the finite difference time domain method to simulate several grouting defects behind the wall, such as voids, water-bearing anomaly, cracks, and other grouting defects. The simulation results show that the reflection image of the direct wave is characterized by a white band with strong amplitude; the interface between primary support and second lining, primary support, and surrounding rock is also banded; the circular cavity and water anomaly characteristics are all hyperbolic, the difference is that the phase of the lower part of the radar image of the cavity anomaly is 0, and there are only hyperbolic tails on both sides, and the water-bearing anomaly also has obvious hyperbolic characteristics at each interface; the reflected wave characteristics of the rectangular crack are striped and watery and the reflected wave characteristic of rectangular cracks is striped, and the abnormal range of water-bearing cracks on the radar image is larger than that of air. The research results can provide an effective theoretical reference for the engineering application of ground penetrating radar detection of grouting defects behind the tunnel wall.
Yi Gong, Bingyang Yang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 10-19; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i1.2885

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This paper reviews the summary and analysis of special technical safety schemes for hazardous and ultrahazardous activities, supported by housing scaffolding, installation, and dismantling of outer wall attached tower crane, deep foundation pit with supporting structure, municipal bridge box girder formwork support, as well as grooved Larsen steel sheet pile, which are commonly seen in recent years, so as to enhance the pertinence, rationality, and economy of the special program to strengthen safety.
Shan Huang, Tingyu Liu, Jinni Bai
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 20-27; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i1.2901

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From the perspective of communication science, the communication of architectural images in the new media age has an obvious beautifying trend. Due to the differences in politics, economics, and cultural environment between China and western countries, the beautification of architectural images in China is a unique phenomenon. This study classifies the beautification of Chinese architectural images into different types in terms of image communication: audience orientation, time orientation, space orientation, and cultural orientation. By investigating and analyzing relevant cases, this study explores the beautification of Chinese architectural images in the new media age and puts forward thoughts and evaluation, aiming to better comprehend the relationship between beautification and architectural communication.
Yajuan Liu
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i1.2634

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The “1+X” system has a great impact on the development of vocational education. Based on this system, it is imperative to carry out the reform and practice of the core curriculum of Civil Engineering and Architecture. Several vocational colleges have made attempts in the reform and practice of the curriculum, but the effect is not ideal. Under the influence of various factors, such as the lack of experience, there are also several problems in the reform and practice of the curriculum. Among them, the most apparent problems are as follows: the curriculum reform is not synchronized with the development of teaching materials, the pertinence of practical teaching is lacking, and the guidance provided for professional certificate examinations is not well-established. This paper specifically analyzes the problems existing in the reform and practice of the core curriculum of Civil Engineering and Architecture under the “1+X” system, and then puts forward effective strategies for these problems.
Wei Li
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 6, pp 5-9; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v6i1.2884

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Sponge city refers to a new urban construction concept used to solve urban flood disasters and water ecological problems. It is important for the construction of ecological civilization. It plays an important role in the green development and livability of the city. In the construction of a sponge city, it is necessary to make special urban planning and improve the top-level design. In recent years, China has developed a number of sponge city pilot projects. The numerous experiments act as important references for the urban construction in China. This paper mainly analyzes the requirements for the construction of sponge city and discusses several problems as well as solutions in the construction.
Hua Guo
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 38-41; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2736

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In the field of construction engineering, foundation engineering plays a critical role. In actual construction, we must first effectively regulate the foundation construction to ensure the safety and stability of the entire building in order to improve the overall quality of the project. It's also important to look into the technologies that go into building foundations. The construction technology and reinforcing technology of building foundations are examined in this study as a reference.
Jing Sun
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2500

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The article analyses the application of building material testing technology, concludes that though the application of building material testing technology, the quality of the material can be tested, and unqualified materials can be found in time, and removed from the construction, to prevent the impact of the construction effect, and ensure the quality of the construction project.
Hongzhou Chen
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 62-66; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2781

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Shenzhen has extensive green construction experience as one of China’s new green development pilot cities. Shenzhen has experienced substantial economic growth as a result of the reform and opening up, but it has also had to face the burden of urbanization problems and difficulties. This article looks at the history of green construction in Shenzhen and how the spirit of the city influenced it. The work then divides the procedure into two phases and examines the issues that arise. Suggestions for achieving the “Double Carbon” aim in the building industry are sought through this effort.
Zhongyu Wang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 67-71; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2807

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Bridge construction has received a lot of attention as transportation continues to improve. Reinforced concrete linked arch bridges are a common bridge style in today’s bridge construction. This type of bridge not only has a basic and generous shape, but it is also incredibly easy to construct, resulting in significant material and construction cost savings. This article analyzes the construction technology of a reinforced concrete linked arch bridge in order to achieve good construction and application. It is hoped that this analysis can provide a scientific reference for the guarantee of the construction quality and subsequent application effect of this kind of bridge.
Hongyun Tian
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 10-23; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2677

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This paper mainly starts from the perspectives of management and economics, combined with the characteristics of the construction industry, conducts qualitative and quantitative analysis of the risks involved, studies various factors that cause construction enterprise risks from multiple angles, and uses scientific and effective methods to identify and evaluate risks, as well as determine the risk level. Through the overall risk management response strategies and empirical research of construction enterprises, this paper analyzes the general theory and main avoidance strategies of risk response of construction enterprises, and lays the foundation for follow-up risk management response in the form of cases through the implementation of technical route and innovation points.
Jingjing Sun
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 34-37; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2735

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The construction industry is a critical lifeline for China’s national economy’s development. The growth of thebuilding business has piqued the interest of a variety of industries. To ensure the quality of construction engineering, it is necessary to improve the technical level of construction engineering management by strengthening construction engineering management through various effective methods, following the development of The Times, and strengthening the introduction of intelligent technology. The author investigates and analyses the importance of incorporating intelligent technology into construction project management, and proposes effective strategies for incorporating intelligent technology into construction project management in the hopes of improving the quality of construction project management.
Qinyu Feng, Renjie Cai
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 52-61; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2780

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This paper is based on the phenomenon of Tittytainment and big data control. It discusses the ways in which working youths live and work in their large suburban communities in Beijing as well as their leisure and entertainment activities. Then develops a problem statement and research questions. In addition, the project explores this reality phenomenon dialectically through the analysis and speculation of the new virtual reality technology “Metaverse.” Based on a critical design approach, the phenomenon is explored through a detailed description and examination of reality, before critically suggesting the possibility of future social control by big data companies through the “metaverse” space. Furthermore, this paper alerts to the neoliberalism that dominates globalization through anti-utopian expressions, waking up young people who are compromised by big data control and addicted to Tittytainment.
Xiaoli Yue, Yang Wang, Yabo Zhao, Hong’Ou Zhang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 47-51; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2774

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Housing vacancy can reflect the destocking degree of the real estate market. Based on the data of 57 opened residential quarters (46,622 units) from 2015 to 2018, this paper constructs a calculation formula of the sales vacancy rate and then analyzes the spatial pattern in Guangzhou’s urban district. The results show that there is obvious differentiation in the spatial pattern of housing sales vacancy in Guangzhou’s urban district, showing a higher spatial pattern in the old area and urban district and a lower spatial pattern in the core area. Subdistricts with high vacancy rates are mainly located in the east of the old area, the south and east of the urban district and near Baiyun Mountain in the north.
Jianke Gu
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 42-46; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2756

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The purpose of Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) general contracting project schedule management is to ensure that the project meets its deadlines, and it plays a critical role in contract performance. In comparison to the domestic general contracting model, project management and coordination are more complex for the general contractor of international EPC projects. As a result, scientific project schedule process control is critical to effectively ensuring project duration, saving project costs, improving project management level, and project quality, and ensuring that the project achieves the promised advantages for both the contractor and the owner. Through the research and analysis of the status of the schedule management of the Indonesia B Project Phase II cement project, corresponding optimization measures are proposed for the project schedule process control.
Mingze Zhang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 5-9; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2676

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In order to study the temporal and spatial variation characteristics of the regional ionosphere and the modeling accuracy, the experiment is based on the spherical harmonic function model, using the GPS, Glonass, and Galileo dual-frequency observation data from the 305th-334th day of the European CORS network in 2019 to establish a global ionospheric model. By analyzing and evaluating the accuracy of the global ionospheric puncture points, VTEC, and comparing code products, the test results showed that the GPS system has the most dense puncture electricity distribution, the Glonass system is the second, and the Galileo system is the weakest. The values of ionospheric VTEC calculated by GPS, Glonass and Galileo are slightly different, but in terms of trends, they are the same as those of ESA, JPL and UPC. GPS data has the highest accuracy in global ionospheric modeling. GPS, Glonass and Galileo have the same trend, but Glonass data is unstable and fluctuates greatly.
Shu Zhao, Zhe Wang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 25-33; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i6.2725

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The majority of the literature on the transformation of cultural promotion space in old residential areas in the United States and abroad is written from the top-down perspective of God, such as architects, planners, developers, and even government officials, and only a few of them examine the designer’s work from the perspective of aborigines. To sample life and gain insight into human nature, find another means to be as near to the public as possible, listen to the voice of users, and conduct an in-depth examination of the freestyle works altered by the old residential districts through the “people’s architectural planner.”
Shuaijin Qi
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i5.2498

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This article will use Foucault’s theory to critically consider the relationship between power, people, space and society at the boundary where different powers conflict with each other. Through the analysis of the project “Decolonizing Al Nada,” this article will discuss how relations with those with power and social mentality are reframed at the border through the reconstruction of architecture and space.
Ping Chen
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 5-9; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i5.2499

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As an important part of today’s social development, cities are also an important guarantee for the improvement of people’s living standards. As an important model of urban spatial layout, urban planning and management plays an important role in the development of urban economy, politics and culture. Based on this, this paper takes “urban planning and management” as the research theme, analyzes the existing planning model, and starts from the aspects of content and form, improves the pertinence and directivity of the existing planning system, so as to provide valuable reference for experts in the field.
Yuanxiang Jian
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 22-27; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i5.2594

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As the main force of construction enterprises, construction enterprises shoulder the important task of national pillar industries. However, at present, construction enterprises are still labor-intensive enterprises, with low profitability, low overall scientific and technological level, insufficient innovation ability and weak application and protection of intellectual property rights. Based on the current situation of construction enterprises, combined with the author’s enterprise, this paper considers the problems existing in the intellectual property management of construction enterprises, and puts forward some countermeasures for the intellectual property management.
Mingchang Hei, Xuegang Dai, Xukai Yuan, Jia Xiong, Xiaobo Kang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 14-21; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i5.2567

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Study area is located at the southwest border of Yunnan Province and the southward extended part of Nushan Mountain, with complex and fragile geo-environmental conditions. Deep geological survey and mathematical analytical investigation on the geohazard distribution and hazard-causing mechanisms in this area were carried out in this study. The results revealed that: (1) The development of geohazards was affected differently by different slope shapes, slope structures and elevations; (2) Most of the geohazards were developed in medium shallow cut ridge-like medium-height mountainous geomorphological region and shallow cut steamed bun-like low and medium-height mountainous geomorphological region, and they were relatively concentrated on tectonic zones like fault zones; (3) The slopes formed by loose earth piling up on the surface of Indo-Chinese magmatic rock and Lancang Group metamorphic rock formations were most prone to slope instability and even landslide. The deep study on the geohazard distribution and hazard-causing mechanisms can provide geoscientific basis and reference for the prevention and mitigation work of geohazards under similar geo-environmental conditions.
Shang Ye
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 10-13; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i5.2551

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Driven by the rapid economic development, the development of transportation in China has begun to move towards mountainous areas. The climate environment, topography and landform of mountainous cities are different from those of plain areas. In mountainous cities, the area of opposite interchanges between expressways and urban roads is generally large, which has a certain contradiction with the topographic conditions of mountainous cities. Therefore, it is necessary to reasonably design the opposite interchanges between expressways and urban roads in mountainous cities. The author explores and analyzes the factors restricting the special-shaped interchange between expressway and urban road in mountainous cities and the main forms of special-shaped interchange, and puts forward a reasonable design scheme, hoping to make a smooth development of the special-shaped interchange in mountainous cities.
Chao Zhang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v4i6.1746

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As a key factor of marine ecological composition, marine resources play an important role in promoting the development of marine economy. In view of this, in view of a series of problems existing in the process of marine resources development, this paper uses the method of literature review to put forward suggestions on marine resources development and implementation measures of management path, so as to escort the development of marine resources in the new era.
Zhiqi Guan
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v4i6.1747

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Since the reform and opening up, Chinese economy has developed rapidly. Industrial and civil construction projects have made significant progress. That said, it is of great significance to further strengthen the construction management of industrial and civil construction projects for the long-term development of construction industry in China. In terms of reality, one of the common problems in the current industrial and civil construction is wall cracks, which will have an important impact on the appearance of the building and the overall construction quality. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze the reasons and put forward corresponding measures on it. That is how we can continuously improve the construction quality in civil and industrial construction projects, thereby achieving the enhancement of building safety and stability.
Zhaoyu Wang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5, pp 9-12; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i3.2176

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Slope ecological protection technology is a form of slope protection with high ornamental and good economic value. At present, it is widely used in highways and urban streets’ slope protection works. However, its use is not very common in mountain tourism highways; hence, it is necessary to implement strategies for mountain tourism highway slope ecological protection design to promote excellent development.
Yike Wei
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v4i6.1745

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China is a country with complex terrain and complex geological conditions. With the development of economy and society, the demand for transportation is also increasing. There are many railways on the mountainous areas. Geological diseases severely affect the construction quality and safe operation of the tunnel, causing huge economic losses. This paper introduces the principles and application strategies of these technologies.
Yanning Luo
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v4i6.1748

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Building decoration engineering mainly carries out various decoration works for buildings, which can provide protection for building components, avoid the influence of nature as far as possible, and help to improve the function of buildings and prolong their life. At the same time, the building decoration project is an important part of the whole construction project, and the probability of bad situation is relatively large, so it is necessary to carry out in-depth exploration for the corresponding management work, clarify the existing problems, and put forward corresponding measures according to the actual situation.
Marilena De Simone, Liliangela Callea, Gianmarco Fajilla
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i2.1664

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Worldwide, there are many options to ensure domestic hot water (DHW) provision in dwellings. This study aimed to depict the distribution of energy sources and DHW production systems in the Calabria region. The research was focused on understanding which variables, among contextual variables and building characteristics, may influence the adoption of a particular energy source or production system. Descriptive statistics and chi-square test of independence have been developed. Significant relationships were found between the climatic zone and the energy source used as well as between the climatic zone and the production system installed in both households with a separated and a combined DHW production system. Furthermore, the population of the municipality and the dwelling type resulted to be significant variables for the preference of an energy source or the diffusion of a combined production system.
Yvkai Zhang
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i1.1873

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Assistive technology and evaluation system are expected to effectively solve the challenges of using robots in construction activities and improve the efficiency and building performance. Still, challenges are still need to be addressed before using robots for construction on a large scale. This Studies were corresponded to the identified areas for further critical review, and the development of research and application in each area was systematically analyzed to identify future directions for both the academia and the industry. More speci?cally, this review focus on determining the requirement of technology and application profile for robots, and based on the above analysis, a complete set of construction framework for robot was proposed, which integrates robots and activities with the various modular systems and digital technology to get global optimum solution.
Heng Zhang, Xuesong Su, Xuguang Zheng
Journal of World Architecture, Volume 5; https://doi.org/10.26689/jwa.v5i2.1963

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Under the background of rapid social and economic development, the traffic volume of highways has increased, which has brought tremendous pressure to the old highways. In response to this situation, the original highway must be reconstructed and extended. It is necessary to focus on the analysis and exploration of the methods of interchange reconstruction and extension in current highway reconstruction and extension to avoid affecting normal traffic, as it will inevitably have an impact on the traffic operation environment. For this situation, it is necessary to analyze and understand the format and characteristics of traffic organization of the interchange operation area in time and propose corresponding safeguard measures.
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