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Microclimate study @HCI. Class 202 Group 1 Kenneth Zirui Jia Jun Aaron. Hypothesis. Areas made of concrete are generally hotter than others Reason: Concrete is a man-made material that traps more heat as compared to natural materials. Areas visited. Area A (top floor of MSCP)

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    1. Microclimate study @HCI Class 202 Group 1 Kenneth Zirui Jia Jun Aaron

    2. Hypothesis • Areas made of concrete are generally hotter than others Reason: Concrete is a man-made material that traps more heat as compared to natural materials.

    3. Areas visited • Area A (top floor of MSCP) • Area B (garden outside printing centre) • Area C (open space between canteen and block C) • Area D (terraces) • Area E (Field) • Area F (Running Track) • Area G (Fountain Area outside General Office)

    4. Concrete Areas • Area A (top floor of MSCP) • Area D (terraces)

    5. Area A(MSCP) • Cloudy • Open Space • Made of concrete • Findings:

    6. Area B(Garden) • High Humidity • Surrounded by building but is not shaded from the sun • Full of plants • Sunny • Findings:

    7. Area C(open space between canteen and block C) • Surface is made of rock • Well shaded by surrounding buildings • Cloudy • Findings

    8. Area D(Terraces) • Sunny • No Shade • No cloud cover • Made of concrete • Findings

    9. Area E(Field) • Open Space • Full of grass • Humid • Direct Sunlight • No cloud cover • Findings

    10. Area F(Running Track) • Made of rubber pellets • Open space • Direct sunlight • No cloud cover • Findings

    11. Area G(Fountain) • Made of rock • Close to water • Shaded by buildings • Cloudy • Findings

    12. Steps • 1st step: Take the average of the results for 15cm and 150cm for both days Day 1 Day 2

    13. Steps • Step 2: Take the average using the averages for days 1 and 2. Results

    14. Steps • Step 3:Rank them in accordance to their temperature with 1 being the hottest and 7 being the coolest • Area C (Open Space) • Area F (Running Track) • Area G (Fountain) • Area B (Garden) • Area D (Terraces) • Area A (Top floor of MSCP) • Area E (Field)

    15. Conclusion • Areas made of concrete are NOT hotter than areas made of other materials