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A Study on the Architectural Process and the Characteristic of Municipal Building in Busan (부산부청(釜山府廳)의 건축과정과 변용특성)

  • Song, Hye-Young
    • Journal of architectural history
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    • v.29 no.5
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    • pp.7-16
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    • 2020
  • The Municipal Building of Busan was the first western-style building of Korea in 1879. It was also the predecessor of Busan Metropolitan City Hall. On the other hand, the Municipal Building of Busan was a symbolic structure that shows the history of Busan. The Municipal Building of Busan has inherited the construction location and site, including the speciality of Choryangwaegwan, and is a good example of the process of inheriting the authority of the former space through the appropriation of the building. The Municipal Building of Busan was relocated to the edge of the coast in 1934 because a small and dilapidated building failed to function properly. The relocation of the Municipal Building of Busan in 1934 was the origin of changing the coastal space in downtown. As a result, landfill sites along the coast were in the limelight and developed into the downtown area of Busan after Korea's liberation.

Reuse Methods of Treated Sewage for securing Water Resource in Busan (부산시 수자원 확보를 위한 하수처리수 재이용 방안)

  • Kim, Jung-Bae;Moon, Seung-Gun;Park, Yool
    • Proceedings of the SAREK Conference
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    • pp.1232-1237
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    • 2009
  • Recently, we often encounter water shortage problem due to drought during dry season. Although we have built dams and expanded our tap water system greatly to meet the increasing demand of water, this approach has its inherent limitation including environmental destruction in the course of the dam construction. Therefore, this paper is aimed to analyze the water recycling models developed in other countries and modify them to fit into our system. Also the water recycling system in Busan municipal area was analyzed to propose an alternative method for reusing the recycled water from wastewater treatment area.

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Analysis of City Level Energy Usage in Busan (부산시 도시차원에서의 에너지 사용 현황 분석)

  • Kim, Nam-Wook;Hong, Jin-Young;Park, Yool
    • Proceedings of the SAREK Conference
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    • pp.1185-1190
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    • 2009
  • Korea is an industrial country that overspends energy and has a policy that is more focused on a supply side. When an urban developmental program is to set up, surveys are carried out only with the respect to electricity, telecommunication, gas, and heating sources. Based on the existing survey results, the problems related to the supply side are being dealt with more importantly and the quantities of those supplies are estimated only by each energy source. The aim of this study is to provide basic information on energy consumption patterns of a diverse comsumer groups including industry, transportation, commerce, public and household to plan diverse energy policies. Through this basic information, it may be possible to analyze the energy consumption pattern by each consumer group and provide data for setting up efficient energy policies by the government. The energy consumption map that are analyzed and developed by the data obtained from Busan municipal area will be deposited and used as a part of the national energy statistics.

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Analysis of Harbor Tranquility due to Port Expansion

  • Moon, SeungHyo;Lee, JoongWoo;Kwon, SeongMin;Song, HyunWoo
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.43 no.5
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    • pp.320-327
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    • 2019
  • This study examined the port expansion plan for the fishery port at the east coast of Korea, in accordance with permission conditions for coastal ports such as a limit on the cargo volume and passenger demand for the coastal tourism belt formation. The site was chosen as a municipal coastal port attracting the new ocean industry and building waterfront zone as a hub of new marine tourism. Two different numerical models (Swan and Bouss 2D) were used. Before applying to the target sea area, some numerical tests were conducted for the variation according to Bouss-2D's strong/weak and nonlinear technique compared to the irregular diffraction of semi-infinite breakwater with a theoretical solution. As a result, there was a difference in strong nonlinearity with breaking waves and it was necessary to experiment with a strong nonlinear analysis technique for the actual site. Two numerical models were applied to the fishery port site and the tranquility of some alternatives were analyzed. The numerical results show the most suitable plan was ALT-1, with satisfied harbor tranquility and reasonable economic sense. The extension of the east breakwater and enlarged turning basin of the F-Land plan have brought generally more stable harbor tranquility than the ALT-1. The result can be used as a reference for the port expansion plan in the future.

Manufacturing Characteristics of Environmental-friendly Waste Ash Brick with Industrial By-Products (산업부산물을 이용한 친환경 연소재벽돌의 제조특성)

  • Kim, Han-Seok;Jung, Byung-Gil;Kim, Dae-Yong;Kang, Dong-Hyo;Jang, Seong-Ho
    • Journal of Environmental Health Sciences
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    • v.35 no.3
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    • pp.226-234
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    • 2009
  • The main objective of this study was to evaluate the effects on shape and size, compressive strength, water absorption and heavy metals leaching with various weight mixing ratios in waste ash brick products using waste recycling MSWI(Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator) bottom ash, steel slag and waste building material. The manufacturing processes for the waste ash brick consist of screening, mixing, conveyor transmission, compaction.forming, and curing steps of raw materials. The weight mixing ratios of steel slag around bottom ash were adjusted within the ranges of 10% to 30%. The reported results show that the width and thickness of the manufactured waste ash brick could be satisfied with $90{\pm}2mm\;and\;57{\pm}2mm$, respectively which are K.S. standards of products qualities. And in case of length, only 20-Ba50Ss30, 20-Ba60Wb20 and 20-Ba50Wb30 for the mixing ratios could be satisfied with $190{\pm}2mm$ that is K.S. standards of products quality. The compressive strength and water absorption for 20-Ba50Ss30 and 20-Ba70Wb10 were over $8N/mm^2$ and below 15% respectively that are K.S. standards of manufactured waste ash brick. The results of tests for the heavy metals leaching in the all manufactured waste ash bricks are also passed to the wastes management regulations. The cost analysis of 20-Ba50Ss30 is evaluated. The manufacturing cost is evaluated 34.3 won/brick with 8 hours and 20tons of raw material per day. Incinerators with problems in bottom ash disposal can therefore derive significant benefits from the application of waste ash brick production.

Actual Condition Analysis on Legal Status of Saemaul Mini-Library: Focused on Saemaul Mini-Library in Busan Metropolitan City (새마을문고의 법적 위상 실태 분석: 부산광역시 지역 새마을문고를 중심으로)

  • Lee, Jong-Moon
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.28 no.3
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    • pp.257-273
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    • 2011
  • This study aimed to identify the problems by analyzing the actual condition based on the legal requirements among Saemaul mini-libraries in Busan Metropolitan City. The results are like these. There were 154 Saemaul mini-Libraries. Of them, the rate of Small-Libraries which satisfied the requirements of a municipal library to the Library Act was 0%(0) in part of building floor space, 1%(1) in part of a reading room, 40%(59) in part of the data in a library and 31%(45) in the number of books to be supplemented per year. Mini-library which satisfied as the requirements for a small-scale public library was 37%(58) in part of the floor space, 66%(101) in part of a reading room, and 73%(112) in part of data in a library. 50%(77) of the mini-library was open more than 5 days per week. 52% (80) Mini-libraries was open for more than 5 hours per day. mini-library with permanent professionals(librarians) was only 1%(2). Mini-libraries of 99%(152) were non-professional workers(no librarians). For the average budget per year, 81%(127) spent less than 10 million won. 5%(5) received government subsidies. The mini-library of 74%(114) spent less than 5 million won on average for purchasing materials. Most of mini-libraries didn't meet the requirements of small-scale libraries to be private libraries or public libraries. It was also found that mini-libraries had various features on the location.