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International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics, Volume 10, Issue 2

Clinical important hemodynamic characteristics for serial stenosed coronary artery

Author(s): S.I. BERNAD, E.S. BERNAD, A.F. TOTOREAN, M.L. CRAINA & I. SARGAN

Pages: 16 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 97 - 113

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Tendencies in contemporary architectural design of ecological hotels in Poland – A study of natural solutions

Author(s): E. TROCKA-LESZCZY SKA & J. JABLONSKA

Pages: 12 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 114 - 126

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Sustainable cities as organisms, a circular thermodynamics perspective

Author(s): M.-W. HO

Pages: 12 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 127 - 139

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Study on the microenvironment evaluation of the architectural layout based on building information modeling: A case study of Chongqing, China

Author(s): ZHOU TAO & ZOU QIAN

Pages: 13 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 140 - 153

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Vernacular housing in Algiers: A semantic and passive architecture

Author(s): L. ADLI-CHEBAIKI & N. CHABBI-CHEMROUK

Pages: 10 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 154 - 164

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Development of an ecological footprint for accommodation facilities in Taroko National Park, Taiwan

Author(s): H.-S. CHEN & W.-S. HUANG

Pages: 8 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 165 - 173

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Presence of golden ratio relationships in Fe–Fe3C, Cu–Zn and Cu–Sn alloy systems

Author(s): SHAMAIL AHMAD

Pages: 7 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 174 - 181

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International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics

A transdisciplinary journal relating nature, science and the humanities

The International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics opens new avenues for understanding the relationship between arts and sciences. The objective of the journal is to encourage and facilitate inter-disciplinary communication between scientists in different disciplines, as well as other professionals in academia, research institutions or industry, working on a variety of studies involving nature and its significance to modern scientific thought and design.