病院의 垂直通行에 대한 規模와 利用實態에 關한 硏究
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- The focus of this study is on the scale and use of stairs and elevators as a vertical passage in general hospitals. The study examines how vertical passages are appropriate and function depending on days of the week and how they are constructed accordingly.
Vertical passages of a hospital should allow for safe transportation and passage, which is a first priority to make complex passage in a hospital smoother. In particular, the study aims to explore scale relationship with vertical movement space. To this end, present situations of use in a hospital were examined, and types and present situations of use of vertical movement space were analyzed, along with the distance between entrance and vertical passages. In addition, operation frequency of elevators, travel and waiting time were analyzed to understand how the number of users affects the operation of elevators and time.
The study consists of 5 chapters; chapter 1 presents background, goals and methods of the study depending on the subject matter and chapter 2 examines literature and provides research questions. In addition, chapter 3 discusses field observation, research, and actual measurement, chapter 4 analyzes the scale and present situations of use, and finally chapter 5 reaches conclusions.
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