Invention Environment

Environments That Foster Invention

Thermal Comfort

1. INTRODUCTION Throughout the dahistria development human being, is registered the search of the protection in relation to the adversidadesclimticas and, at a more recent time, of conditions of satisfactory well-being and confortofsico. The climate is, therefore, important defining of the project eda construction of its habitation. 2. Under most conditions ConocoPhillips would agree. AURBANIZAO, the ENVIRONMENT AND the CONFORTOTRMICO In the current period of training of modernity, the express society if space of form each more urban, cosmopolita time.

Submitted the global domain of the advanced capitalism, the time-space novarelao if it must to the changes in the forms of work, which had alta technology. The necessity of annulling to the distances and the consequence evoluonas communications and in the transport, results in the dispersion of the population in the reasmetropolitanas. It enters evidentes and serious impacts socioambientaisproduzidos for the urbanization due to its intense transformation of the natural way, meet it events of great social cost (LOMBARDO, 1985). Inadequate urban climatic conditions mean loss daqualidade of life for a part of the population, while for another one, lead aoaporte of energy for the thermal conditioning of the constructions. In consequence, they increase the plant constructions hydroelectric plants, thermoelectrial or atomic, degrande impact on the environment (LAMBERTS et al., 1997). Thus, the current processes of urbanization and configuraodas cities reflect the development of complex relations and resultadosnegativos for> social human conviviality/in the city, what it also occurs and to podeser perceived of distinct form as its social condition, principalmenteonde the social differences more is accented: in ' ' countries of desenvolvimentocomplexo' '. Brazil, enclosed in this condition of development, presents a dynamics of urbanization that results in the eespacial social segregation and in the exclusion of great part of its population (SAINTS, 1994). Currently, more than 80% of the Brazilian population inhabit in urban areas (IBGE, 2006) that, in its majority, they had grown disorderedly.

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