Journal of World Architecture

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ISSN / EISSN : 2208-3480 / 2208-3499
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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