Name

SANO, Tomonori

Official Title

Professor

Affiliation

(School of Human Sciences)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
sano-t@waseda.jp

Address・Phone Number・Fax Number

Address
Mikajima 2-579-15, Tokorozawa, Saitama, 359-1192, Japan

URL

Web Page URL

http://sanolab.jp/

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
70305556

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of Human Sciences(Graduate School of Human Sciences)

Affiliated Institutes

理工学術院総合研究所(理工学研究所)

兼任研究員 2018-

Educational background・Degree

Degree

Dr. Eng. Coursework Waseda University

Academic Society Joined

The International Assocation of Fire Safety Science

International Association for Fire Safety Science

Interview Guide

Category
Engineering

Research Field

Keywords

Universal Design, Safety, Risk,Simulation

Paper

壁面移動ロボットがもたらす視覚的妨害刺激がタスクパフォーマンンスに及ぼす影響

吉岡 陽介, 高橋 正樹, 渡辺 秀俊, 遠田 敦, 佐野 友紀, 林田 和人

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第700号p.1301 - 13072014/06-

群集流横断における歩行者間の回避強度水準の検討 ?短時間歩行パス分析をもちいた群集解析 その

今西 美音子,佐野 友紀

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第698号p.917 - 92222014/04-

拡張現実感技術を用いて表現された対話型ロボットとの相互関係に対して空間的な変量が及ぼす影響

遠田 敦, 林田 和人, 吉岡 陽介, 佐野 友紀, 高橋 正樹, 渡辺 秀俊

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第696号p.329 - 2252014/02-

廊下の滞留が居室単一開口部の流動量に与える影響 -開口部の群集流動量に関する実大実験およびシミュレーション分析 その1

城 明秀, 池畠 由華, 佐野 友紀

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第696号p.293 - 3002014/02-

Experimental Study on Crowd Flow Through an Opening Connected to a Crowded Corridor

Tomonori Sano, A Jo, Y Ikehata

International Symposium on Human Behaviour in Fire, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK 2012-

Experimental study on accident perception by smoke at an initial fire

Yoshifumi Ohmiya; Tomonori Sano

International Symposium on Human Behaviour in Fire, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK 2012-

Study On Congestion In Stairs During Phased Evacuation In A High-Rise Building

Hiroyuki Kadokura; Ai Sekizawa; Tomonori Sano; Masanori Yajima; Satomi Masuda

International Symposium on Human Behaviour in Fire, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK 2012-

Evacuation design focused on quality of flow- utilizing multi-agent pedestrian simulator, SIMTREAD

Minegishi, Y.; Yoshida, Y.; Takeichi, N; Jo, A.; Sano, T; Kimura, T.

Advanced Research Workshop "EVACUATION AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS",Santander (Spain) 2011/10-

Experimental Study of Crowd Flow Passing through Simple-shaped Room and Validation for an Evacuation Simulator, Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics

Tomonori Sano; Yoshiyuki Yoshida; Naohiro Takeichi; Takeshi Kimura; Yoshikazu Minegishi

Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2011p.587 - 5992011-

DOI

初期火災時の煙の視覚的影響による異変感知に関する研究

進藤友紀,大宮喜文,萩原一郎,佐野友紀,遠田敦

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第659号p.1 - 72011/01-

階段室内における手動介助型避難用車いすの性能に関する基礎的検討

石突光隆,遠田敦,大宮喜文,佐野友紀,萩原一郎

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第658号p.2763 - 27692010/12-

誘導ロボットに対する人間の追従行動

吉岡陽介,高橋正樹,渡辺秀俊,遠田 敦,佐野友紀,林田和人

日本建築学会 計画系論文集 No.652p.1399 - 14052010/06-

自律移動するロボットの人間に対して邪魔さ感を与えない距離

林田和人,遠田 敦,吉岡陽介,高橋正樹,佐野友紀,渡辺秀俊

日本建築学会 計画系論文集 No.651p.1133 - 11392010/05-

避難安全とユニバーサルデザイン

Mitsutaka Ishizuki, Yoshifumi Ohmiya, Tomonori Sano, Ichiro Hagiwara and Shuntaro Abe

International Journal for Fire Science and Technology Vol.26(No.4) p.391 - 3962007-

Study on Human Behaviour from High-Rise Building Part.5 Influence torrOperation Performance of the Evacuation-Chair by Width Change of therrStairs

Shuntaro Abe, Mitsutaka Ishizuki, Yoshifumi Ohmiya, Tomonori Sano and Ichiro Hagiwara

International Journal for Fire Science and Technology Vol.26(No.4) p.385 - 3902007-

Analysis on the Difference of the Evacuation Characteristics Based on the Questionnaire Survey Results

Yosuke Nakano, Manabu Ebihara, Yoshifumi Ohmiya, Tomonori Sano and Shuji Kakegawa

International Journal for Fire Science and Technology Vol.26(No.4) p.361 - 3652007-

災害弱者の避難安全における課題と対策

佐野友紀

安全工学シンポジウム2007講演予稿集 -安全工学の創造的発展- 2007/07-

経路図に付加された避難順路が避難行動に及ぼす影響に関する心理学的考察 ーマルチメディア技術を利用した避難誘導システムの開発 その3ー

掛井秀一、佐藤博臣、佐野友紀、佐古順彦

日本建築学会 計画系論文集 第613号p.73 - 792007/03-

階段における車いすの介助避難実験

佐野友紀、大宮喜文、萩原一郎

平成19年度 日本火災学会 研究発表会梗概集 p.10 - 112007/05-

大規模地下街における避難行動特性に関する実験研究

森山修治、小川純子、長谷見雄二、佐野友紀

平成19年度 日本火災学会 研究発表会梗概集 p.18 - 192007/05-

老人福祉施設における避難計画

佐野友紀

日本火災学会 火災誌 Vol. 56, No.6(285) p.33 - 372006/12-

室の広さとロボットの大きさの関係 生活場面におけるロボットの印象評価に関する研究 その3

佐野友紀、林田和人、遠田敦、高橋正樹、渡辺秀俊

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.761 - 7622006/09-

生活姿勢と人間のロボットに対する距離感との関係 建築空間におけるロボットと人間との共存に関する研究 その3

渡辺秀俊、遠田敦、佐野友紀、高橋正樹、林田和人

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.763 - 7642006/09-

建築空間におけるロボットと人間との共存に関する研究 その4 通路空間における人間のロボットに対する回避距離

遠田敦、渡辺秀俊、佐野友紀、高橋正樹、林田和人

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.765 - 7662006/09-

階段踏面、蹴込、蹴込板、履物を対象とした動作分析実験 階段の定量的安全評価手法確立のための基礎的研究 その2

布田健、田中眞二、加藤正男、佐野友紀、古瀬敏

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.777 - 7782006/09-

高層建築物における在館者の避難行動特性 その6 複数の避難用車いすについての考察

佐野友紀、石突光雄、大宮喜文、萩原一郎

平成18年度 日本火災学会 研究発表会梗概集 p.524 - 5272006/05-

高層建築物における在館者の避難行動特性 その7 階段室内の通行位置が避難時間に及ぼす影響

石突光雄、佐野友紀、大宮喜文、萩原一郎

平成18年度 日本火災学会 研究発表会梗概集 p.528 - 5312006/05-

アンケートに基づく避難行動特性の違いについて 火災時の建物用途別避難行動特性の解明(その3)

海老原学、中野陽介、佐野友紀、大宮喜文、掛川秀一

平成18年度 日本火災学会 研究発表会梗概集 p.532 - 5352006/05-

ロボットに対する人間の回避距離

遠田 敦,渡辺秀俊,佐野友紀,高橋正樹,林田和人

日本建築学会 計画系論文集 第601号p.81 - 852006/03-

高層建築物避難を想定した階段室における在館者群集の合流特性

佐野友紀、竹市尚広、木村謙、大宮喜文、吉田克之、渡辺仁史

日本建築学会 計画系論文集 第598号p.51 - 562005/12-

Experimental Studies on Wheelchair Passage through Fire Doors

Tomonori SANO, Ken NUNOTA

International Journal for Fire Science and Technology Vol.24(No.3) p.121 - 1322005/12-

避難誘導における経路図情報の提示に関する心理学的考察 ーマルチメディア技術を利用した避難誘導システムの開発 その2-

掛井修一、佐藤博臣、佐野友紀、佐古順彦

日本建築学会 計画系論文集 第596号p.27 - 342005/10-

Characteristics of Merging Occupants at Staircase

NAOHIRO TAKEICHI, YOSHIYUKI YOSHIDA, TOMONORI SANO, TAKESHI KIMURA, HITOSHI WATANABE, YOSHIFUMI OHMIYA

8th International Symposium on Fire Safety Science, 2005, Beijing, China p.591 - 5982005/09-

ロボットに対する人間の回避距離 建築空間におけるロボットと人間との共存に関する研究 その1

遠田敦、渡辺秀俊、佐野友紀、高橋正樹、林田和人

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.1001 - 10022005/09-

ロボットに対する人間の対人距離 建築空間におけるロボットと人間との共存に関する研究 その2

渡辺秀俊、遠田敦、佐野友紀、高橋正樹、林田和人

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.1003 - 10042005/09-

ロボットとの交流によるイメージ変化 生活場面におけるロボットの印象評価に関する研究 その1

林田和人、佐野友紀、遠田敦、高橋正樹、渡辺秀俊

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.997 - 9982005/09-

ロボットの作業と位置の関係 生活場面におけるロボットの印象評価に関する研究 その2

佐野友紀、遠田敦、高橋正樹、林田和人、渡辺秀俊

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.999 - 10002005/09-

動的避難誘導システム開発に関する小論

掛井秀一、佐古順彦、佐野友紀、佐藤博臣

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.913 - 9142005/09-

階段室における群集合流の実験および歩行者シミュレーションシステムSimWalkの検証

金山健一、木村謙、佐野友紀、竹市尚広、吉田克之、大宮喜文、渡辺仁史

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 E-1 p.907 - 9082005/09-

高層建築物における避難行動特性 その5 幅員変化による避難用車いすの操作性への影響

阿部修太郎、石突光隆、大宮喜文、佐野友紀、萩原一郎

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 A-1 p.207 - 2082005/09-

高層建築物における避難行動特性 その6 避難用車いすの乗り手重量変化に関する被験者実験

石突光隆、阿部修太郎、大宮喜文、佐野友紀、萩原一郎

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 A-1 p.209 - 2102005/09-

アンケート調査結果に基づく避難行動特性の違いについて

中野陽介、海老原学、大宮喜文、佐野友紀、掛川秀史

日本建築学会 大会講演梗概集 A-1 p.235 - 2362005/09-

Evacuation from High-rise Buildings by Using an Evacuation Chair

Tomonori Sano, Yoshihumi Ohmiya, Ichiro Hagiwara

6th Asia-Oceania Symposium on Fire Science & Technology, KOREA p.631 - 6382004/03-

防火設備開口部における通過動作特性

建部謙治,佐野友紀,萩原一郎,本間正彦,三村由夫,内山聖士

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第576号p.53 - 582004/02-

Evacuation Design Strategy for High-Rise Buildings

Tomonori Sano, Ichiro Hagiwara, Atsuko Tanaka

CIB-CTBUH International Conference on Tall Buildings,Malaysia p.567 - 5722003/10-

Computer Visualization Contest Award“New Frontier Award”

佐野友紀 高柳英明

日経サイエンス p.29 - 322000/06-

災害弱者による防火設備開口部の通過特性

佐野友紀 建部謙治 萩原一郎 三村由夫 本間正彦

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第559号p.1 - 72002/09-

空間-時間系モデルを用いた歩行者空間の混雑評価

佐野友紀 高柳英明 渡辺仁史

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第555号p.191 - 1972002/05-

フィールド調査にもとづく通過しにくさの解析 群集流動横断時の歩行特性に関する研究 その2

建部謙治 佐野友紀

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第554号p.175 - 1802002/04-

群集交差流動における歩行領域確保に関する研究-歩行領域モデルを用いた解析-

高柳英明 佐野友紀 渡辺仁史

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第549号p.185 - 1912001/11-

物理指標から見た交錯についての実験的研究 群集流動横断時の歩行特性に関する研究 その1

佐野友紀 志田弘二 建部謙治

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第546号p.127 - 1322001/08-

交差立体可視化モデルを用いた群衆の交錯状態の表現に関する研究

佐野友紀 渡辺仁史

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第494号p.147 - 1511997/04-

空間-時間系モデルを用いた群衆歩行軌跡の可視化

佐野友紀 渡辺仁史

日本建築学会計画系論文集 第479号p.125 - 1301996/01-

歩行領域モデルを用いた群集交差流動における集団化現象の解析

佐野友紀 高柳英明 渡辺仁史

日本建築学会第23回情報・システム・利用・技術シンポジウム論文集 p.157 - 1622000/12-

時系列領域干渉モデルを用いた歩行者空間の混雑評価に関する研究

高柳英明 佐野友紀 渡辺仁史

日本建築学会第23回情報・システム・利用・技術シンポジウム論文集 p.163 - 1682000/12-

操作性と実用性を考慮した動線シミュレーションシステムの開発

高瀬大樹 佐野友紀 林田和人 渡辺仁史

日本建築学会第22回情報・システム・利用・技術シンポジウム論文集 p.133 - 1381999/12-

群集交差流動における歩行小集団の可視化に関する研究

佐野友紀 高柳英明

日経サイエンス Computer Visualization symposium 2000 p.29 - 322000/06-

歩行者動線シミュレーションシステムの開発

高瀬大樹 円満隆平 佐野友紀 渡辺仁史

日本建築学会技術報告集 第3号p.263 - 2671996/12-

モーションキャプチャを用いた身体動作計測による建築の安全性評価

佐野友紀

日本建築学会 建築人間工学シンポジウム 第40回2002/02-

避難シミュレータを用いた多人数収容施設における出口選択傾向の検討

佐野友紀

日本建築学会 空間研究会 第44回1999/10-

高齢者とユニバーサルデザイン

佐野友紀

日本火災学会 火災学会誌 256号2001/12-

バーチャル・リアル空間と演出方法

佐野友紀

日本建築学会 第48回空間研究シンポジウム 2001/04-

行動特性に適したナビゲーション

佐野友紀

日本建築学会大会 建築計画部門 研究懇談会 2000/09-

体験のストック

佐野友紀

日本建築学会大会 建築計画部門 研究協議会 2000/09-

避難安全とユニバーサルデザイン

佐野友紀

日本建築学会 第15回安全計画シンポジウム 2001/11-

人にやさしい建築とは

佐野友紀

日本建築学会 第14回安全計画シンポジウム 2000/03-

建築の安全性を考える-人の集合と混在;避難弱者の視点から見た安全計画

佐野友紀

日本建築学会 第13回安全計画シンポジウム 資料 1999/01-

火災リスクの決定要素

佐野友紀

日本建築学会 第12回安全計画シンポジウム 資料 1997/12-

避難用車いすによる階段連続降下実験業務報告書

佐野友紀

国土交通省 国土技術政策総合研究所 早稲田大学人間総合研究センター p.1 - 1302004/02-

オブジェクト指向ビジュアル群集シミュレータの研究

渡辺仁史 佐野友紀ほか

(株)竹中工務店 早稲田大学理工学総合研究センター p.1 - 2502004/03-

ウォークスルー型シートシャッターの避難安全性の検証実験

佐野友紀ほか シートシャッター避難安全性検証委員会編

(社)建築研究振興協会 p.1 - 1682001/03-

人工知能技術応用による病院建築計画の総合的最適化法に関する基礎的研究

柳澤忠 佐野友紀ほか

平成9年度科学研究費補助金 p.1 - 691999/03-

多人数収容施設における避難計算法の検討

渡辺仁史 佐野友紀ほか

(財)日本建築センター研究・調査事業報告書 p.1 - 901998/05-

5330 A Study on Environmental Design Evaluation of Urban Public Space

YOSHIMURA Yumi;HASHIMOTO Kuniko;MUNAKATA Jun;SANO Tomonori;OIKAWA Masanori;TAKAHASHI Takashi

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2010p.705 - 7062010/07-2010/07

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3167 Experimental Study on the Wayfinding Plan in the Large Railway Station in Care of Fire.

Sano Tomonori;Fujii Kousuke;Nishinomiya Tatsuya;Yamamoto Masakazu;Ishizuki Mitsutaka

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2011p.369 - 3702011/07-2011/07

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5347 Construction and consideration of simulation model that considers two or more group pedestrian.

YAJIMA Masanori;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2010p.739 - 7402010/07-2010/07

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5362 Visualization Analysis of passenger Flow with a Method of the Short-time Pedestrian Path : Evaluation of Crowd Behavior in a Railway Station. Part 5

NAKAMURA Ayako;SANO Tomonori;IMANISHI Mineko

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2010p.769 - 7702010/07-2010/07

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5363 Consideration on the crowd control method by directions to pass through ticket gates in the railway station.

FUJII Kosuke;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2010p.771 - 7722010/07-2010/07

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5462 Sense of Distance on the Space displayed by Augmented Reality Technology : Fundamental Research on Human Behaviors about 3-Dimentional Robots displayed by Augmented Reality Technology No.1

HAYASHIDA Kazuto;SANO Tomonori;ENTA Atsushi;TAKAHASHI Masaki;YOSHIOKA Yousuke;WATANABE Hidetoshi

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2010p.969 - 9702010/07-2010/07

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3117 Research on Accident Perception by Smoke at an Initial Fire : Part1; Smoke layer and correlation of the smoke density

IMAMOTO Nobukazu;SHINDO Yuki;HAGIWAR Ichiro;SANO Tomonori;OHMIYA Yoshifumi

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2010p.239 - 2402010/07-2010/07

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3120 Experimental Study on the Differences in Starting Evacuation Behavior by Fire Alarm Pattern : Part6 The Relationship between Finding Fire-related Cues, Premovement time and Fire Alarm

YAMAMOTO Katsuya;SANO Tomonori;KUWANA Hideaki;OHMIYA Yoshifumi;OKADA Takao;YAMAGUCHI Junichi;YOSHINO Setsuko;IKEHATA Yuka;HAGIWARA Ichiro

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2010p.245 - 2462010/07-2010/07

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3141 Development of Verification Methods for Evacuation Safety in Building fire : Part 1 Estimation method of the pre-movement time of evacuation

YAMAGUCHI Jun-ichi;NAGAOKA Tsutomu;NOTAKE Hiroaki;KUWANA Hideaki;IKEHATA Yuka;TAKAHASHI Wataru;SANO Tomonori;HAGIWARA Ichiro

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2010p.287 - 2902010/07-2010/07

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3143 Development of Verification Methods for Evacuation Safety in Building Fire : Part 3 Evaluation method that consider the people who need some support at a disaster

KUWANA Hideaki;SANO Tomonori;TSUCHIYA Shin-ichi;IKEHATA Yuka;NOTAKE Hiroaki;YOSHINO Setsuko;SHINTANI Yusuke;ENTA Atsushi;HAGIWARA Ichirou

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2010p.295 - 2982010/07-2010/07

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3147 Study on Relation of Density to Flow Rate of Pedestrian on Walkway : Simulated by Multi-agent Pedestrian Simulator Sim Tread

MINEGISHI Yoshikazu

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2010p.311 - 3142010/07-2010/07

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3148 Verification of Multi-Agent Pedestrian Simulator, Sim Tread : by Comparing Flow Rate with Surveyed Value and Applying to Model Plans

YOSHIDA Yoshiyuki

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2010p.315 - 3182010/07-2010/07

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3097 Comparative study of the Crowd Behaviour Experimental and Multi-Agent Model.

JO Akihide;MINEGISHI Yoshikazu;TAKEICHI Naohiro;YOSHIDA Yoshiyuki;KIMURA Takeshi;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2011p.205 - 2062011/07-2011/07

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3098 A Study to Evaluation in Quality of Escape Flow : Utilizing Multi-Agent Pedestrian Simulator, SimTread

YOSHIDA Yoshiyuki

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2011p.207 - 2082011/07-2011/07

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3099 Consideration on the setting for width of the ticket gates in case of fire in pedestrian simulator SimTread. : Grasp of Crowd Flow in the Railway Station. Part. 1

FUJII Kosuke;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2011p.209 - 2102011/07-2011/07

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3106 Effect of Emergency Exit Sign with the Escape Guidance Sound and Flashlight under Ordinary and Emergency Lighting

YAMAMOTO Katsuya;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2011p.223 - 2242011/07-2011/07

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3159 Development of Verification Methods for Evacuation Safety in Building Fire. : Part6 Evaluation method that consider the people who need some support at a disaster.

KUWANA Hideaki;YOSHINO Setsuko;SANO Tomonori;JO Akihide;TSUCHIYA Shin-ichi;NIWA Yukari;IKEHATA Yuka;YAJIMA Masanori;NOTAKE Hiroaki;HAGIWARA Ichirou;YAMAGUCHI Jun-ichi

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2011p.353 - 3542011/07-2011/07

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3160 Analysis of fatal residential fires with fire incident database : Study for mitigating deaths from residential fires : Part 1

MIZUNO Masayuki;SEKIZAWA Ai;SUGAHARA Shin'ichi;YAMAUCHI Yukio;SANO Tomonori;HARA Tetsuo;NAKAHAMA Shinji;TOBARI Ayaka

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2011p.355 - 3562011/07-2011/07

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5185 A case study on seat selection at the time of arrival in a small-scale non-territorial office

INOUE Natsumi;NIWA Yukari;SANO Tomonori;SATO Tai

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2011p.403 - 4042011/07-2011/07

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5186 fluence of the arrangement and behavior in a small scale Free-Address office on the choice between the places of "concentration" and "communication"

SATOH Tai;YAMAMOTO Katsuya;ISHIGAKI Aya;NIWA Yukari;INOUE Natsumi;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2011p.405 - 4062011/07-2011/07

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5305 The influence the descending speed of other refugees by the occurrence of an evacuation chair in the high-rise building

YAJIMA Masanori;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2011p.643 - 6442011/07-2011/07

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5399 An actual condition survey on the use of cafes as the third-place for work and study

NIWA Yukari;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2011p.831 - 8322011/07-2011/07

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14024 Proposal on Crowd Behavior and Timber Structure in the Railway Station

KATO Kotofumi;SATO Jun;HASEMI Yuji;SANO Tomonori

2011p.48 - 492011/07-2011/07

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5142 Investigation of Free-Address office planning in terms of "concentration", "communication" and those coexistence

SATOH Tai;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;KIKUCHI Yusuke;SANO Tomonori;KUJIRAI Yasushi;UENISHI Motohiro

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2012(0) p.325 - 3262012/09-2012/09

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5290 Effects of pen design on handwriting gaze and body posture

KIKUCHI Yusuke;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2012(0) p.621 - 6222012/09-2012/09

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5418 The Analysis of cafe user as "The Third Place" by behavior observation Part 1 : Effects of city environment

HATAKEYAMA Yugo;SANO Tomonori;KIKUCHI Yusuke;KITTA Rieko;NIWA Yukari;SAT Tai

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2012(0) p.877 - 8782012/09-2012/09

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3031 A Study for Evacuation Planning at Non-authorized Nursery Facilities in High-rised Buildings : To Ensure The Evacuation Safety of Infants by Area of Rescue Assistance

TAKIZAWA Kenta;HASEMI Yuji;TSUCHIYA Shin'ichi;SANO Tomonori;SATO Masayuki;KAWAHARA Daiki;TAKAGI Tetsuya

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2012(0) p.85 - 882012/09-2012/09

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3032 Investigation of Fire Safety Planning for Disabled

Furukawa YOKO;Sano TOMONORI;Hagiwara ICHIRO;Hasemi YUJI

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2012(0) p.89 - 922012/09-2012/09

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3033 Evacuation Procedures for People in Wheelchair Descending the Stairs with Assistance in Case of Emergency

KOMOOKA Chihiro

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2012(0) p.93 - 942012/09-2012/09

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3034 The effects of spatial features in a large scale station with the grid way on fire evacuation behavior : Study on the Wayfinding Plan in the Large Railway Station in Case of Fire. Part. 1

FUJII Kosuke;Nishinomiya Tatsuya;YAMAMOTO Masakazu;ISHIZUKI Mitsutaka;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2012(0) p.95 - 962012/09-2012/09

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3038 Study for mitigating deaths from residential fires : Part 3 Comparative analysis of human behavior by evacuation simulator and flow by CFD in a residential fire

NAKAHAMA Shinji;SANO Tomonori;SUGAHARA Shin'ichi;HARA Tetsuo;SEKIZAWA Ai;MIZUNO Masayuki;YAMAUCHI Yukio

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2012(0) p.103 - 1042012/09-2012/09

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5013 Influence of the "magnet space" in the Free-Address office on office worker's communication activities

SATOH Tai;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;KIKUCHI Yusuke;SANO Tomonori;KUJIRAI Yasushi;UENISHI Motohiro

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.49 - 502013/08-2013/08

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5289 Outline of the Experiment as well Evaluation Methods using Rose Diagrams and Short-Time Pedestrian Path Diagrams : Analysis of Avoidance Behavior in Crossing Pedestrian flow -Part 1

SANO Tomonori;IMANISHI Mineko

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.601 - 6022013/08-2013/08

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5290 Influence of the Crossing Angle and the Cloud's Density on Avoidance Strength : Analysis of Avoidance Behavior in Crossing Pedestrian flow -Part 2

IMANISHI Mineko;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.603 - 6042013/08-2013/08

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5384 Influence on relaxation of the Continuity of the Spatial Formation Elements in Underground passage Space:Impression Evaluation Method using 3D video

HATAKEYAMA Yugo

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.791 - 7922013/08-2013/08

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5396 Influence of the room and furniture arrangement in nursing home on the dementia older people's activities

Ito Rikako

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.815 - 8162013/08-2013/08

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40018 Effect of the architectural element of merchandise shop facade and the situation around the shop on "ease of entering" and "needs of entering" of the circulating customer

SAITO Kengo

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.35 - 362013/08-2013/08

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40043 Study on Psychological States and Environmental Characteristics in Walking by Analyzing Body Acceleration

TAKAHASHI Masaki;WATANABE Hidetoshi;SANO Tomonori;ENTA Atsushi;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.93 - 942013/08-2013/08

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3148 Experimental Study on Crowd Flow Through an Opening Connected to a Crowded Corridor

JO Akihide;SANO Tomonori;IKEHATA Yuka

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.307 - 3102013/08-2013/08

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3158 A Study for Evacuation Behavior Characteristic of Nursery School Children and Evacuation Planning (Part1) : The Survey of Evacuation Speed

TAKIZAWA Kenta;FURUKAWA Yoko;HASEMI Yuji;SANO Tomonori;TSUCHIYA Shinichi;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;FUJII Kosuke;SATO Masayuki;SATOH Tai

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.347 - 3502013/08-2013/08

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3163 Experiments on confluence of two evacuation flows at staircase of high-rise building

IKEHATA Yuka;MURAKAMI Masahiro;SANO Tomonori;SEKIZAWA Ai

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.363 - 3642013/08-2013/08

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3169 Congestion and Total Evacuation Time in Floor Evacuation by The Time Delay to Start Evacuation in the Phased Evacuation Drill : Study on the Wayfinding Plan in the Large Railway Station in Case of Fire. Part. 2

FUJII Kosuke;Hashizume Ryuichi;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.375 - 3762013/08-2013/08

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3170 Total Evacuation Planning for High Rise Building using Sky Bridge in case of fire

FUJINO Hiroki

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.377 - 3782013/08-2013/08

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3172 Study for mitigating deaths from residential fires : Part 4 Comparative analysis of human behavior by evacuation simulator and smoke flow by FDS in a residential fire

NAKAHAMA Shinji;SANO Tomonori;SUGAHARA Shin'ichi;HARA Tetsuo;SEKIZAWA Ai;MIZUNO Masayuki;YAMAUCHI Yukio

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.381 - 3822013/08-2013/08

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11072 Relation between the acceleration at the time of the walk measured by a smart phone, and a walk state

HAYASHIDA Kazuto;ENTA Atsushi;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;TAKAHASHI Masaki;WATANABE Hidetoshi;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.153 - 1542014/09-2014/09

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3043 A Study for Evacuation Behavior Characteristic of Nursery School Children and Evacuation Planning (Part3) : Investigation of the Fire Safety Measures for Nursery School Children

TAKIZAWA Kenta;FURUKAWA Yoko;HASEMI Yuji;SANO Tomonori;TSUCHIYA Shin'ichi;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;FUJII Kosuke;SATO Masayuki;SATOH Tai

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.93 - 942014/09-2014/09

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3057 Comparative of the evacuation time to pass through the door with full scale experiments and Method of Verification for Evacuation Safety

Jo Akihide;Sano Tomonori;Ikehata Yuka;Ohmiya Yoshifumi

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.121 - 1222014/09-2014/09

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5237 Influence of the office desk layout in the Free-Address office on office worker's communication scene

SATOH Tai;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;SANO Tomonori;ENDO Hajime;NAKAJIMA Yasuo

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.505 - 5062014/09-2014/09

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5320 Walking State Classification based on Spectral Analysis of Body Acceleration Part 1 : Effect on Discriminant Accuracy due to Differences of Accelerometer Position

ENTA Atsushi;WATANABE Hidetoshi;TAKAHASHI Masaki;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;HAYASHIDA Kazuto;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.671 - 6722014/09-2014/09

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5332 The feature of selecting passages in the ticket gates under evacuation : Grasp of Crowd Flow in the Railway Station. Part. 2

FUJII Kosuke;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.695 - 6962014/09-2014/09

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5333 A Survey about Basic Characteristics of Flow of Crowd Going down an Emergency Ladder for Passenger Cars

YAMAMOTO Masakazu;TSUJIMURA Sohei;SANO Tomonori;FUJII Kosuke

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.697 - 6982014/09-2014/09

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5334 Influence of the Crossing Angle and the Croud's Density to the Body Twist on Avoidance : Analysis of Avoidance Behavior in Crossing Pedestrian flow -Part 3

SANO Tomonori;IMANISHI Mineko

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.699 - 7002014/09-2014/09

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5335 Visualisation of the Speed and Angle Valiability using "Pedestrian- Perspective Movement Tracking Diagram" : Analysis of Avoidance Behavior in Crossing Pedestrian flow -Part 4

IMANISHI Mineko;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.701 - 7022014/09-2014/09

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Walking State Classification based on Spectral Analysis of Body Acceleration : Effect on Discriminant Accuracy of Walking States and Floor Characteristics due to Differences of Accelerometer Position

ENTA Atsushi;WATANABE Hidetoshi;TAKAHASHI Masaki;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;SANO Tomonori;HAYASHIDA Kazuto

IEICE technical report. ASN, Ambient intelligence and sensor networks 114(65) p.33 - 342014/05-2014/05

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Outline:Human behavior is affected by spatial design, spatial structure, clothing, footwear and also human psychological or biological state, so differ greatly in individuals. In this study, we measure body acceleration in some walking states and floor surface characteristics. Then we calculate frequency spectrum by Fast-Fourier-Transform and construct data constellation of spectrum transition in time series. Afterward, we evaluated discriminant accuracy of walking states and floor characteristics by using Support Vector Machine, and we examined the appropriateness of this method.

5236 Investigation about free address office plan that considered in an environment desire of a worker every section

SATOH Tai;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2015(0) p.471 - 4722015/09-2015/09

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5273 Relationship between Distance Perception and Angle of View in Immersive Virtual Environment : Part 1. Development of Experimental Method and Effect of Angle of View on Accuracy of Distance Evaluation

YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;MABUCHI Daiu;FUJII Kosuke;ENTA Atsushi;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2015(0) p.545 - 5462015/09-2015/09

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5297 Consideration of signage planning depend on the distribution of an additional signages for transfer at the railway station

YASUE Masataka;HAYASHIDA Kazuto;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2015(0) p.593 - 5942015/09-2015/09

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5344 Development of total walking speed calculation system with Bluetooth Beacon and Smart-phone application

MORISHITA Masamichi;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2015(0) p.687 - 6882015/09-2015/09

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22116 Study on KOA earthquake resistance diagnostics for general user

OUCHI Kazunori;HAYASHIDA Kazuto;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2015(0) p.231 - 2322015/09-2015/09

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3145 The survey of assisting evacuation behavior of nursery school teachers according to age of children : A study on evacuation behavior for nursery school in high-rise buildings Part1

SANO Tomonori;OSAKI Moeko;HASEMI Yuji;FURUKAWA Yoko;TSUCHIYA Shin'ichi;SATO Masayuki;SATO Tai;FUJII Kosuke;HATAKEYAMA Yugo

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2015(0) p.323 - 3242015/09-2015/09

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Dwelling with a Service Robot

Sano Tomonori

Journal of architecture and building science 131(1679) p.38 - 392016/01-2016/01

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A CASE STUDY ON SEAT SELECTION AT THE TIME OF ARRIVAL IN A SMALL-SCALE NON-TERRITORIAL OFFICE

NIWA Yukari;SANO Tomonori

AIJ Journal of Technology and Design 18(39) p.667 - 6722012-2012

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Outline:This case study examines the seat selection at the time of arrival in a small-scale non-territorial office. The questionnaire to the workers reveals that 23% of workers consider that their seat selections affect their business and 67% of workers prefer to change their seats to avoid other worker's voice. The observation of the seat selection at the office shows that many workers tend to fix their own seats. Even when they miss the seats, they select another seat in the same area (table). Some particular areas are hardly used while the other areas are frequently selected. And the seats at the corner of each area are occupied first. Some workers select the area where the particular worker sit.

COMFORTABLE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE MAN AND THE AUTONOMY ROBOT

HAYASHIDA Kazuto;ENTA Atsushi;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;TAKAHASHI Masaki;SANO Tomonori;WATANABE Hidetoshi

J. Archit. Plann. 75(651) p.1133 - 11392010-2010

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Outline:To clarify the operating station and the speed of the robot where man doesn't feel the obstruct feeling to the robot, the work was done from the following two approaches.1. When the robot moved around the man, the obstruct feeling that man felt was measured. And, the relation between the obstruct feeling, to the passing speed, the position of the robot, and the moving direction of the robot was clarified.2. Man was arranged at a position near the wall and a position far from the wall, and the obstruct feeling to the robot that moved was measured. The relation between the obstruct feeling that man felt and the space was clarified.As a result, it has been understood the obstruct feeling compared with the robot is in proportion with the distance between the man and the robot. Moreover, it was clarified that the obstruct feeling rose when was arranged at a position far from the wall.

THE EFFECT ON ACUTE YAW ANGLES WITH VIEW DIRECTION THROUGH FIRE SMOKE:- Visibility of the emergency sign and the direction sign -

FUJII Kosuke;SANO Tomonori;OHMIYA Yoshifumi

J. Environ. Eng. 79(702) p.639 - 6482014-2014

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Outline:Two experiments on the visibility of a direction sign and three emergency signs through fire smoke were carried out with subjects. In Japanese railway stations, direction signs, which are prescribed by rules of each railway company, and Emergency signs, which are prescribed by Fire Services Act, are installed. The emergency signs used in the experiments are an evacuation exit sign and two evacuation route signs. Smoke density, type of signs and yaw angles of the sign were changed in the experiments. Twenty subjects aged twenties were participated in the experiments. All subjects have normal sight. The experiments are planned with "Design of Experiment". As a result of statistical analysis with regression analysis, relational expressions of each sign about the visible distance, smoke density and yaw angles were derived.

WAYFINDING EVACUATION BEHAVIOR IN A LARGE-SCALE STATION BASED ON ANALYSES OF PATH CHOICE AREA:- Study on the evacuation plan in railway stations in case of fire Part 1 -

FUJII Kosuke;SANO Tomonori

J. Environ. Eng. 79(704) p.829 - 8392014-2014

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Outline:The wayfinding experiments on evacuation in fire were carried out in two large terminal railway stations in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. The subjects were stranger to these stations. In addition, questionnaires about the fire evacuation behavior and knowledge of emergency information in a railway station were conducted for one hundred and forty-seven college students and the subjects of the wayfinding experiments. The results of this study are as follows; 1. The evacuee tends to follow the normal direction sign instead of the emergency exit sign in the station. 2. The evacuee decides his way in a crossing. 3. The evacuee selects his route tentatively or by a sense of distance if he is not able to find a clear direction sign

FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH ON CAPABILITY OF THE MANUAL-ASSISTIVE EVACUATION CHAIR

ISHIZUKI Mitsutaka;ENTA Atsushi;OHMIYA Yoshifumi;SANO Tomonori;HAGIWARA Ichiro

J. Archit. Plann. 75(658) p.2763 - 27692010-2010

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Outline:In this research, we conducted a fundamental research concerning the capability of the manual-assistive evacuation chair. The results of this paper are as follows. As the operation training is enforced repeatedly, participants had shortened descending time in the staircase. The participant who had an operation experience of the manual-assistive evacuation chair marked faster and more stable descending time than inexperienced participant. When the participant goes down several floors continuously, descending time between the floors is gradually shortened. We found out that the narrowness of the stair affected the operation performance of the evacuation chair on the landing was larger than on the step of staircase. Furthermore, the weight of the passenger sitting on influenced differently by the type of evacuation chair.

RESEARCH ON ACCIDENT PERCEPTION BY VISUAL INFLUENCE OF SMOKE AT AN INITIAL FIRE

SHINDO Yuki;OHMIYA Yoshifumi;HAGIWARA Ichiro;SANO Tomonori;ENTA Atsushi

J. Environ. Eng. 76(659) p.1 - 72011-2011

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Outline:With the introduction of specific safety guidelines in the Building Standards Act, it introduced the Method of Verification for Evacuation Safety. In the Method of Verification for Evacuation Safety, along with the time for the starting time of evacuation, the walking time, the time of exit transit time, it calculates the time from the fire break out to the evacuation complete. However, due to weak evidence for the calculating method of the evacuation starting time, the necessity for the construction of the method based on engineering evidences is pointed out. The timing of the accident perception is important factor that decides the time until evacuation beginning of the person in the fire room. In this study, it paid attention to a visual influence of smoke in the factor of the accident perception, and we execute some subjective experiment. As a result of the research, we clarified some useful findings, such as the value of extinction coefficient of smoke layer and cause regarding the accident perception.

CROWD FLOW OF EVACUEES PASSING THROUGH TICKET GATES OF RAILWAY STATIONS:- Behavioral characteristics of evacuees passing through narrow passages Part 1 -

FUJII Kosuke;SANO Tomonori

J. Archit. Plann. 80(708) p.289 - 2972015-2015

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Outline:Human subject experiments were conducted on the crowd flow of evacuees passing through a ticket gate at a railway station. The ticket gates at railway stations are typically narrow and therefore hinder the navigation of passengers through them during evacuation in the case of fire. In the experiment, 48 subjects passed through a ticket gate with 3 passages. The subjects approached the ticket gate from various start positions and went toward various goals. On the basis of the experimental results, the characteristics of evacuees selection of one of the multiple passages of the ticket gate were elucidated and a calculation model was developed.

WALKING SPEED RELATIVE TO DENSITY AND MERGING RATIO OF EVACUEES IN STAIRCASE BASED ON OBSERVATION OF A REAL EVACUATION DRILL IN A HIGH-RISE BUILDING

YAJIMA Masanori;SANO Tomonori;KADOKURA Hiroyuki;SEKIZAWA Ai

J. Environ. Eng. 80(710) p.315 - 3222015-2015

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Outline: This study aims to elucidate the characteristics of evacuees' movements on the staircase of a high-rise building, such as the flow rate, walking speed, evacuee density, and merging ratio at the staircase landing, for evacuation planning, evacuation calculation, and computer simulation on the basis of observational data of a total evacuation drill.
 The characteristics of the walking and merging behaviors of occupants of a high-rise building descending to the staircase were investigated on the basis of observational data of a real total evacuation drill conducted in a high-rise building in Tokyo. The results are expected to be useful for developing and validating simulations by a computer model as well as evacuation calculations.

INFLUENCE ON USER'S BEHAVIOR AND LOCATION CONDITIONS
Analysis of the cafe user as "the third place" by observation research (Part1)

HATAKEYAMA Yugo;NIWA Yukari;SANO Tomonori;KIKUCHI Yusuke;SATOH Tai

J. Archit. Plann. 80(711) p.1067 - 10732015-2015

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Outline: The purpose of this research was to explore the influence on user's behavior by conditions of location. The analysis of the cafe user as "The Third Place" can be understood by observation research. The Third Place proposed by Ray Oldenburg means originally the social surroundings separate from the two usual social environments of home and the workplace, but the cafe in Japan advertise as third place meaning private working spots. By grasping the influence on user's behavior in the cafe through not only the Third Place was mainly conversation proposed by Oldenburg but private working in the cafe, it was cleared that the conditions of location and the ratio of property have effect on actions of use as the Third Place.

EFFECTS OF HUMAN BODY ON PEDESTRIAN FLOW CHARACTERISTICS AT OPENINGS

IMANISHI Mineko;SANO Tomonori;HAGIWARA Ichiro;NUNOTA Ken

J. Archit. Plann. 80(714) p.1799 - 18062015-2015

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Outline: This study investigates the factors that effect of human body shape on the pedestrian's specific flow rate at openings.
 The results of our experiment show that the mean pedestrian specific flow rates were appendix more than 2.0 person/m/s. Furthermore, the flow late increases with the opening width not linearly but in form of a step function. The participants often twisted their shoulder when they entered to the opening in particular if they passed near the opening edge through. This action makes their projected body width against the opening smaller so that they could enter into spatial gaps that were smaller than their actual body width.

STUDY ON FLOW AND CONGESTION IN STAIRCASES DURING PHASED EVACUATION IN A HIGH-RISE BUILDING:Analysis based on the observational data of a real total evacuation drill

KADOKURA Hiroyuki;SEKIZAWA Ai;SANO Tomonori;FUJII Kosuke

J. Environ. Eng. 80(716) p.849 - 8562015-2015

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Outline: If a fire or other serious emergency occurs in a high-rise building, all occupants would be forced to evacuate the building under such an extreme event. Also, it is quite probable that many occupants in the building start to evacuate at the same time on this occasion. Further, the staircase would become very congested, if all occupants try to evacuate via a limited number of staircases concurrently. In such a case, it may cause considerable delay of the evacuation time or influence on walking speed of evacuees. To cope with this kind of simultaneous total evacuation, there is a method known as "phased evacuation", where occupants on a fire origin floor and the floor above will evacuate first and followed by other occupants in different floors to avoid congestion in the staircase. However, it is unclear how the phased evacuation is more efficient than simultaneous total evacuation, because there have been limited studies and data concerning this method of evacuation. To explore the potential availability of phased evacuation, this study analyzes the data obtained by video recording and measuring movement of evacuees during a total evacuation drill conducted in a high-rise office building in Tokyo.

ANALYSIS OF AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR FROM PEDESTRIAN PERSPECTIVE:Pedestrian flow investigation using Short-Time Pedestrian Path Analysis part 2

IMANISHI Mineko;SANO Tomonori

Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 81(719) p.57 - 632016-2016

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Outline: This study investigates pedestrian avoidance behaviors in a crowd. In order to appreciate avoidance behaviors in detail, the new graphic illustration method, called "Pedestrian-Perspective Movement Tracking Diagram" was developed in this paper. This illustration method packs a sequence of pedestrian movement from the pedestrian's perspective visually in one picture.
 The results of our experiment show for example detouring avoidance behavior can be observed after pedestrians reduce their speed. A case study in a real railway station was also carried out applying our new method to observe avoidance behaviors in a more complex pedestrian flow.

ENCOUNTERS AND CONVERSATIONS IN AN OFFICE CAFÉ CORNER AS A "MAGNET SPACE"

SATOH Tai;SANO Tomonori

Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 81(720) p.281 - 2912016-2016

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Outline: A study was conducted on the activities of office workers at a café corner with a lounge in a free-address office to investigate communication at a "magnet space". The major results were as follows; 1. The encounter probability between two office workers at the "magnet space" could be estimated by a formula based on Little's law, which considers the frequency of use as well as the mean and standard deviation of the sojourn time. By analyzing more data for the estimated formula of the encounter rate which is suggested on this study, it can confirm more minutely the actual situation of an encounter and the conversation in "magnet space" of their offices. 2. Installing the lounge-like workspace adjacent to the café space increased the encounter probability between workers at the café corner.

VERIFICATION OF THE INFLUENCING FACTORS CONCERNING THE ACCURACY OF DISTANCE PERCEPTION IN IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT

MABUCHI Daiu;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;FUJII Kosuke;ENTA Atsushi;SANO Tomonori

AIJ Journal of Technology and Design 23(53) p.223 - 2282017-2017

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Outline:“Immersive Virtual Environment (IVE)” could be useful for the field of architecture. This paper focused on the factors for a grasp of an accurate distance in the IVE. A total of 10 normal sight subjects were individually asked to match up their image distances to the standard distances, which were between the sphere and the subject in the IVE. We conclude that the image distances are close to the standard distances, when “3m” is the standard distance or the subject attention to the distance that is between the sphere and a floor.

EVACUATION SAFETY STRATEGY FOR NURSERY SCHOOL CHILDREN BASED ON THE SURVEY OF THE EVACUATION BEHAVIOR DRILL

FURUKAWA Yoko;SANO Tomonori;TSUCHIYA Shin'ichi;FUJII Kosuke;SATOH Tai;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;HASEMI Yuji

Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ) 81(728) p.845 - 8532016-2016

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Outline: Recently, enrollments in nursery schools have become higher and higher. This is largely due to the social progress of women, with the increasing number of working mothers. Additionally, the number of three-generation households is decreasing. Nursery schools are traditionally low-rise structures, with a playground, but deregulation of the law now allows for the placement of nursery schools in middle floors of high-rise buildings. In Japan, the ages of nursery school students are generally from infancy to five-years old, which means that they can't evacuate the premises by themselves during a fire, so we must research ways to evacuate them safely. And the scheme of planning safe evacuations from buildings has not been sufficiently researched, so we have investigated the practice of fire drills and have interviewed teachers and students of nursery schools. The following is what we have learned:
 (1)Characteristics of evacuation ;drills of nursery schools: Students evacuate in class groups, lead by their teachers, who provide the indications. Time is needed for evacuation preparation (setting up strollers, gathering infants and preparing to carry them out, and giving instructions regarding exiting, etc., ) and before starting evacuation, and time for confirming the numbers of students, and waiting time is needed when they are evacuating, so these times must be considered in the calculation of evacuation time.
 (2)The characteristics of evacuation abilities of nursery school students : Infants (up to one-year old), and students who can't easily walk by themselves must be carried by a nurse or other adults, which makes evacuation movements and management after evacuation more manageable. Two-year-old students are able to walk alright on their own but cannot sufficiently grasp the situation. It's difficult to follow the teachers' instructions, so a lot of assistances are need. Children aged three and over can, of course, walk even better, and can grasp the severity of a fire. But they tend to walk more slowly as they feel frightened in cases when they are at earlier age, or they have to take an escape route that they are not familiar with. In order to shorten evacuation time, older students should evacuate first, as they can walk faster than younger students, thus their escape time won't be hindered by slower evacuees.
 (3)Notes of buildings that include a nursery school: Regarding the situation of using stairways for evacuation, there are many points of concern regarding the safety of children. Because there are many dangerous points related to stairways, such as the fact that stairways often arouse fear in younger students during emergency evacuation, and as a result they walk more slowly. Consequently, older students try to pass the younger, slower students. Especially in cases when a nursery school is on a middle floor of a multi-use building, there is a possibility that confusion is caused among the evacuating children who walk slowly, along with their teachers, as evacuating people from other facilities mix with people evacuating from the nursery school. Thus, having a dedicated set of stairs for children is better. In addition, nursery schools that are in existing buildings that were not designed to accommodate nursery schools, have higher handles and the height of steps rise.
 (4)Decreasing evacuation route length: Due to the fact that nursery school students' bodies and minds are not fully developed, their circumstances during a fire are more severe than those for adults. Thus, nursery schools should be on lower floors of buildings or should have their own buildings. Also the distance from the rooms to the temporary evacuation place should be as short as possible

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACTIVITY AND SPATIAL FACTORS BASED ON SEAT OCCUPATION

NIWA Yukari;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;SANO Tomonori

Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 82(731) p.41 - 482017-2017

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Outline: This study examines the relationship between activities of users in cafes and spatial factors of the cafes from the viewpoint of user's seat occupation. ’The Third Place’ originally proposed by Ray Oldenburg means the social surroundings apart from two usual social environments, home and workplace. The some of cafes in Japan, however, promotes the use of the cafe for private working spots as the third place. Observational investigation was conducted in cafes of a same group company, six shops and ten floors.
 Seat occupation and activities of each cafe user were recorded once per hour from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on August 2011. A Total of 5401 (person-hour) data was collected in ten days on weekdays.

 This study reveals activities of cafe users from the aspects of the shop location in Part 1 and from the aspect of the spatial factors in Part 2. Therefore, it is possible to provide the space to fit the user's needs by considering the location aspects and the spatial aspects. In this paper (part. 2), activities in the cafe were classified into three types: A) Output-based working, B) Input-based working, and C) Rest/Conversation. Observation reveals that seat occupation of each type users depends on spatial factors. The relationship between the activity in the cafe and the spatial factor were quantitatively clarified by a multiple logistic regression analysis.

 As a result of the analysis, it was found that spatial factors such as “Distance from entrance/stairway to the seat”, ”Seat against a wall or not” and ”Types of Tables” are related to the activities in the cafe. While Output-based working type prefers to select multiple floor without the cash register, Rest/communication type prefers to select multiple Floor with the cash register. While Input-based working users prefer to select seats against a wall, Rest/ communication users tend to avoid the seat against a wall. Output-based and Input-based working users tend to select shared tables rather than the large table. The low tables were selected more by Input-based working users than by Output-based working users. Rest/ communication users tend to select large tables, not counters and shared tables.

EXPERIMENT STUDY ON EFFECT OF SPACE CONDITION ON CROWD FLOW

JO Akihide;FUJI Kosuke;OHMIYA Yoshifumi;SANO Tomonori;TANGE Manabu;YAMAGUCHI Jun-ichi

Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 82(732) p.291 - 2992017-2017

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Outline: Introduction
 Many previous studies have revealed characteristic of crowd flow due to a difference in spatial configuration by measuring the walking speed and density in public place. However, it is difficult to determine whether the cause of the change in the pedestrian behavior is bottleneck or local congestion. This is because the measured spatial conditions, walking situation is the fact that not described in detail. This paper focused on the specific flow where the path with bottleneck and merging or without of them using full scale experiment.
 Purpose
 The purpose of this study measures walking speed and the density from an experiment and clarifies the characteristic of crowd flow a change of the spatial conditions. In addition, it's considered about the influence on specific flow from the observed crowd flow.
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 By establishing the temporary compartment which is shaped like corridor within the facility, changing the shape, the width of the corridor, the width of neck and the density, the crowd walking experiment by 96 participants was performed. The experimental situation is photographed by the video camera installed on the ceiling part. In Case A, the walls were constructed on both sides and the corridor was straight. There were 3 kinds of the width of corridor. In Case B, in the center within the area of Case A1, there was a bottleneck, where there were 3 kinds of the width of corridor and 2 kinds of the width of bottlenecks. In case C, the merging occurs in the area of Case A. In Case D, the width of corridor was 6.0m, in the center of which there was a bottleneck. Under all the conditions, we attempted the experiment three times per each condition. In Case A4, the width of corridor was 6.0m, in the center of which there was a bottleneck. Under all the conditions, we attempted the experiment three times per each condition.
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 The part of results of this study are as follows;
 - When focusing on the trajectory before neck through, the wedge-shaped trajectory of the participants was drawn from 2,400mm in front of the neck toward the bottleneck. In the Case B-5 which has the corridor with narrow width, the wedge shape of the trajectory became moderate and the participants moved substantially straight toward the neck
 - A pedestrian in the merging front of path walks while decelerating walking speed by occurrence of congestion by merging.
 - After passing through an opening, when it's wide space, a pedestrian maintains each own personal space and approaches free speed.
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 When the one direction crowd flow in path bottleneck and merging occurs, the specific flow in the path reduced response to width of the path and width of the bottleneck. When passing through the opening, the specific flow is changed in accordance with the crowd density of the previous bottleneck and forward spatial configuration.

EFFECT OF OPENING WIDTH ON PEDESTRIAN FLOW DURING PASSING THROUGH AN OPENING IN WIDE SPACE

FUJII Kosuke;YAMAGUCHI Junichi;OHMIYA Yoshifumi;TANGE Manabu;JO Akihide;SANO Tomonori

Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 82(733) p.601 - 6112017-2017

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Outline: Introduction
 Many previous studies have researched the characteristics of pedestrian flow and measured the values such as the flow rate, speed and density, on the basis of the investigations of pedestrian movements in urban streets, stations, theater and others, in normal situations. There is a case that their results were used for the estimation of evacuation time. However, Most of these studies did not research the pedestrian flow passing through an opening in a wide space such as a room or hall in architecture and a public passage. This paper focuses on the characteristics of pedestrian flow during passing through an opening in wide space in detail, using the experiment.
 Purpose
 This study aimed to identify the characteristics of pedestrian flow during passing through an opening in wide space under a range of the opening width. The effect of an opening width on the pedestrian flow during passing through the opening in a wide space was elucidated, on the basis of the each transition of the specific flow [person/m/s] and walking speed [m/s], density [person/m2], and the walking trajectories.
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 The experiment was conducted on subjects walking and passing through the opening in the 6000-mm wide space. The experimental conditions were varied according to the opening widths and the distances between the opening and the start position of the subject crowd. The opening widths were set to one of the six levels under a range from 800 mm to 2400 mm The distances between the opening and the start position of the subject crowd were 1200 mm and 6000 mm. The number of trials in the distances of 1200 mm and 6000 mm were 3 and 1, respectively, in each level of opening width. The experiment consisted of 24 trials on the basis of combinations of two experimental conditions. The 96 non-handicapped subjects, all walked and passed through the opening in each trial.
 Results
 The parts of results of this study are as follows:
 1. When the opening width was multiples of 600 mm, the specific flow in the case that the distance between the opening and the crowd are 1200 mm and 6000 mm, were the same.
 2. When the opening width is multiples of 600 mm but that is 2400 mm, it is assumed that the walking speed and the density during passing through the opening in the case of 6000-mm walking distance to the opening are higher and less than those in the case of 1200-mm, respectively.
 3. The specific flow in each case that the distance between the opening and the crowd are 1200 mm and 6000 mm, were not much difference between the opening widths from 800 mm to 2400 mm. The averages in the case of 1200mm and 6000mm were 2.59 person/m/s and 2.49 person/m/s, respectively.
 4. When the width of the opening is from 800 mm to 2400 mm, it is assumed that the specific flow in steady state is about about 2.40 person/m/s at minimum.
 Conclusions
 This study set out to derive the characteristics of the transition and the steady state of the pedestrian flow during passing through the opening in the wide space. The results obtained will be useful for calculating the time for people to evacuate in the event of fire, using mathematical expressions or computer simulation.

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL WORKERS' ATTRIBUTES AND THEIR PREFERENCES OF ENVIRONMENT SETTINGS FOR DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES IN THE OFFICE

SATOH Tai;SANO Tomonori;KOJIMA Takaya

Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ) 82(738) p.715 - 7252017-2017

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 In recent years the demand has risen for diverse work environment to support various activities of workers, and increasing consideration is being made for office space planning where workers can choose their preferred environment by themselves depending on the diversified work contents. Therefore, it is necessary to clarify not only the relationship of activity to workspace, but also the needs for different environment settings emerged by the various individual characteristics of office workers.
 Purpose
 The purpose of this study is to clarify the influence of individual workers' attributes on their preference of environment settings for each activity in the office, by grasping the environment seemed by the worker who is the actual office user by each individual attribute, in order to consider the supporting environment for the diversifying activities in the office.
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 Office activities were classified into the following nine types according to the results of the preliminary survey, and eight items indicated were selected as attributes of the office worker. A questionnaire was then undertaken with a total of 222 office workers working in four different offices of a certain manufacturing company, and the data were analyzed using multivariate analysis techniques. Eleven items were prepared as environmental elements to explain the office space, concerning "environmental openness ", "remoteness to other workers" and "desk surface height".
 Type of activity: routine task, information gathering, convergent thinking, divergent thinking, scheduled meeting, unscheduled meeting, cooperative work, chatting, refreshing
 Attributes of office workers: age, gender, smoker, personality (extroversion), workstyle, in-house time per day, existence dedicated desk, branch
 * Extroversion: In this study, an extrovert is defined as "a person who is interested in external objects, such as events and others." An introvert is defined as "a person who is interested in the psychological processes of the subject or the subject itself."
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 From the results of this study, the following were indicated as conclusions:
 1. The needs for the work environment for each activity were affected by the differences in personal characteristics, such as age, gender, workstyle, smoking preference, and extroversion.
 2. The workspace for each activity was classified according to the combination of two points of view, "whether the environment is open or closed" and "whether the remoteness to other workers is near or far."
 Conclusion
 It was revealed that the preference of the work environment for each activity was affected by the differences in personal characteristics. On the other hand, the workspace for each activity could be classified according to the combination of two points of view, including "whether the environment is open or closed" and "whether the remoteness to other workers is near or far." This suggests the possibility that the environment setting of a few variations could satisfy the detailed preference of environment settings of the worker comprehensively.

Human behavior in a staircase during a total evacuation drill in a high-rise building

Sano, Tomonori; Yajima, Masanori; Kadokura, Hiroyuki; Sekizawa, Ai

Fire and Materials 41(4) p.375 - 3862017/06-2017/06

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Outline:Copyright © 2016 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Many studies have been conducted on the evacuation behavior on the staircases of buildings, but very little data are available for a situation with many occupants in a crowded high-rise building. Therefore, this study investigated the evacuation behavior of a large number of evacuees on the staircase of a 25-story high-rise building. A total evacuation drill was conducted with 2088 evacuees, and the behavior of 1136 evacuees on the landings of the south staircase was recorded by a video recorder on the ceiling. The relationship between the density and speed of the evacuees on the landings was analyzed from the evacuation data for two situations: without and with merging in the stair flow. The evacuation stair flow in this drill had merging occupants entering from the floors, but no one entered from the lower floors during the latter period of the drill. Therefore, the flow during the latter period was treated as non-merging flow, for which it was observed that, when the staircase was fully crowded, the density on the landings in the moving situation was different from that in the stopped situation. Moreover, the density on the landings was different from that on the treads. Furthermore, in the merging flow, a merging ratio of approximately 50:50 occurred during the congested evacuation. Copyright © 2016 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Fe oxide nanoparticles/Ti-modified mesoporous silica as a photo-catalyst for efficient and selective cyclohexane conversion with O2 and solar light

Ide, Y.; Ide, Y.; Iwata, M.; Yagenji, Y.; Tsunoji, N.; Sohmiya, M.; Komaguchi, K.; Sano, T.; Sugahara, Y.; Sugahara, Y.; Sugahara, Y.

Journal of Materials Chemistry A 4(41) p.15829 - 158352016/01-2016/01

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Outline:© The Royal Society of Chemistry 2106.We report a new, environmentally and economically friendly photocatalytic process with unprecedentedly high activity for partial cyclohexane oxidation. Mesoporous silicas containing isolated tetrahedrally coordinated Ti and Fe oxide nanoparticles immobilized on the pore surface were synthesized by reacting SBA-15 with Ti(iv) acetylacetonate and Fe(iii) acetylacetonate successively. A variety of characterizations suggested that the grafted tetrahedrally coordinated Ti species were coupled with Fe oxide nanoparticles via Ti-O-Fe bonds. The SBA-15 photocatalysts showed a high yield (up to sub-mmol) and nearly 100% selectivity for the production of cyclohexanol and cyclohexanone with molecular O2 under solar light. The unprecedentedly high activity could be explained by the lengthened lifetime of the active Ti species by electron delocalization over Ti-O-Fe bonds and the visible light (λ > 420 nm)-induced activity endowed by Fe oxide nanoparticles coupled to the Ti species.

A pedestrian merging flow model for stair evacuation

Sano, Tomonori; Ronchi, Enrico; Minegishi, Yoshikazu; Nilsson, Daniel

Fire Safety Journal 89p.77 - 892017/04-2017/04

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Outline:© 2017 Elsevier Ltd Pedestrian merging flows on stairs are defined as the confluence of a flow of pedestrians from a stair and pedestrians from each floor of a multi-storey building. This paper introduces a novel simplified mathematical model for the calculation of evacuation times on stairs which takes into account the impact of merging flows. The model allows calculating the impact of merging ratio (people accessing the stair landing from the floor and from the stair) on pedestrian flows and evacuation times at each floor in congested situations. The assumptions and implementation of the model are presented. A hypothetical model case study of a 10-floor building evacuation is investigated, where the results of the new model are compared with the results of an evacuation simulation model using SimTread. Advantages and limitations of the new model in relation to the existing methods adopted for the simulation of merging flows on stairs are discussed.

Verification of the influencing factors concerning the accuracy of distance perception in immersive virtual environment

Mabuchi, Daiu; Yoshioka, Yohsuke; Fujii, Kosuke; Enta, Atsushi; Sano, Tomonori

AIJ Journal of Technology and Design 23(53) p.223 - 2282017/02-2017/02

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Outline:"Immersive Virtual Environment (IVE)" could be useful for the field of architecture. This paper focused on the factors for a grasp of an accurate distance in the IVE. A total of 10 normal sight subjects were individually asked to match up their image distances to the standard distances, which were between the sphere and the subject in the IVE. We conclude that the image distances are close to the standard distances, when "3m" is the standard distance or the subject attention to the distance that is between the sphere and a floor.

Relationship between individual workers' attributes and their preferences of environment settings for different activities in the office: Investigation of supporting environment for diverse intellectual activities

Satoh, Tai; Sano, Tomonori; Kojima, Takaya

Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan) 82(738) p.715 - 7252017/08-2017/08

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Outline:There has been an increasing interest in office space planning in which workers can choose their work environment by themselves, depending on the diverse workstyles. Realizing the need to clarify the influence of individual worker's attributes on how they select work environment according to each activity in the office, a survey was conducted on office workers. From the findings, it was revealed that there are different tendencies in work environment preference according to attributes such as age, gender, smoking preference, and extroversion. On the other hand, it was suggested that the workspaces for different activities can be classified by combining two viewpoints, "the environmental openness (open/closed)" and "the remoteness between workers (near/far)", indicating the possibility that environment settings by a few variations can satisfy detailed preferences of environment settings comprehensively.

5463 Avoidable Distance Against 3-Dimentional Model displayed by Augmented Reality Technology : Fundamental Research on Human Behaviors about 3-Dimentional Robots displayed by Augmented Reality Technology No.3

YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;SANO Tomonori;ENTA Atsushi;TAKAHAHSI Masaki;HAYASHIDA Kazuto;WATANABE Hidetoshi

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2010p.971 - 9722010/07-2010/07

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5464 Fundamental Research on Human Behaviors about 3-Dimentional Robot displayed by Augmented Reality Technology

ENTA Atsushi;YOSHIOKA Yousuke;HAYASHIDA Kazuto;TAKAHASHI Masaki;SANO Tomonori;WATANABE Hidetoshi

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. E-1, Architectural planning and design I, Building types and community facilities, planning and design method building construction system human factor studies planning and design theory 2010p.973 - 9742010/07-2010/07

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3118 Study on Accident Perception by Smoke at an Initial Fire : Part2: Result of subjective experiment and analysis

SHINDO Yuki;SANO Tomonori;IMAMOTO Nobukazu;OHMIYA Yoshifumi;HAGIWARA Ichiro

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2010p.241 - 2422010/07-2010/07

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3161 Study for smoke flow analysis and effect of smoke detector in a Residential Fire : Study for mitigating deaths from residential fires : Part 2

NAKAHAMA Shinji;SUGAHARA Shin'ichi;HARA Tetsuo;MIZUNO Masayuki;YAMAUCHI Yukio;SEKIZAWA Ai;SANO Tomonori;TOBARI Ayaka

Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. A-2, Fire safety, off-shore engineering and architecture, information systems technology 2011p.357 - 3582011/07-2011/07

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3159 A Study for Evacuation Behavior Characteristic of Nursery School Children and Evacuation Planning (Part2) : Investigation of the Fire Safety Measures for Nursery School Children

FURUKAWA Yoko;TAKIZAWA Kenta;HASEMI Yuji;SANO Tomonori;TSUCHIYA Shin'ichi;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;FUJII Kosuke;SATO Masayuki;SATOH Tai

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2013(0) p.351 - 3542013/08-2013/08

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3044 A Study for Evacuation Behavior Characteristic of Nursery School Children and Evacuation Planning (Part4) : Investigation of the Fire Safety Measures for Nursery School Children by using stairs

FURUKAWA Yoko;TAKIZAWA Kenta;HASEMI Yuji;SANO Tomonori;TSUCHIYA Shin'ichi;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;FUJII Kosuke;SATO Masayuki;SATOH Tai

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.95 - 962014/09-2014/09

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5322 Walking State Classification based on Spectral Analysis of Body Acceleration Part.3 : Detection of Walking State Shift from Normal Walking Mode to Target Finding Mode occurred after Losing Target Position

YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;TAKAHASHI Masaki;WATANABE Hidetoshi;ENTA Atsushi;HAYASHIDA Kazuto;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.675 - 6762014/09-2014/09

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5323 Effects of walking surfaces based on Spectral Analysis of Body Acceleration

WATANABE Hidetoshi;ENTA Atsushi;TAKAHASHI Masaki;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;HAYASHIDA Kazuto;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.677 - 6782014/09-2014/09

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5274 Relationship between Distance Perception and Angle of View in Immersive Virtual Environment : Part 2. Comparison of distance accuracy due to the difference in the state grasping of the surrounding environment

MABUCHI Daiu;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;ENTA Atsushi;FUJII Kosuke;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2015(0) p.547 - 5482015/09-2015/09

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5308 Relationship between Volume Perception and Angle of View in Immersive Virtual Environment : Part 1:Effect of Angle of View on Adjustment Accuracy of Volume Perception

ENTA Atsushi

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2015(0) p.615 - 6162015/09-2015/09

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3146 The survey of assisting evacuation behavior of nursery school teachers for 0 and 1 years old children : A study on evacuation behavior for nursery school in high-rise buildings Part2

OSAKI Moeko;SANO Tomonori;HASEMI Yuji;FURUKAWA Yoko;TSUCHIYA Shin'ichi;SATO Masayuki;SATO Tai;FUJII Kosuke;HATAKEYAMA Yugo

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2015(0) p.325 - 3262015/09-2015/09

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INFLUENCE ON FLOW RATE THROUGH A SINGLE OPENING OF A ROOM BY CROWDEDNESS A CORRIDOR:- Analysis of crowd flow through an opening connected to a crowded corridor with full scale experiments and a computer simulation Part 1 -

JO Akihide;IKEHATA Yuka;SANO Tomonori

J. Archit. Plann. 79(696) p.293 - 3002014-2014

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Outline:This paper presents the characteristics of the pedestrian movement around the door connected to a corridor. We focused on the flow rate where a door connects to a corridor to verify evacuation safety, based on performance-based design. Full-scale evacuation experiments were conducted to confirm that a decrease in flow rate would occur when passing through an opening. A flow rate of 1.5 persons/m/s is assumed as the convention for Japanese Building-Standard Law. However, when the corridor connected to the door is crowded, flow rate at the door decreases. Therefore, the effective flow rate, which changes in relation to the effective area of corridor available, was used in Japanese performance-based codes to accurately evaluate the evacuation time of buildings in a fire. Furthermore, the differences between this experiment and "SimTread" (a multi-agent pedestrian simulator) were investigated to examine the validity of the simulation.

EFFECTS OF SPATIAL VARIABLES ON CORRELATION BETWEEN HUMAN AND INTERACTIVE ROBOT PRESENTED WITH AUGMENTED REALITY TECHNOLOGY

ENTA Atsushi;HAYASHIDA Kazuto;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;SANO Tomonori;TAKAHASHI Masaki;WATANABE Hidetoshi

J. Archit. Plann. 79(696) p.329 - 3372014-2014

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Outline:We examined the effects of spatial variables on the evaluation rate for interactive robots presented with Augmented Reality technology (AR-Robots). Results indicated the followings. AR-Robots in front of subjects get higher evaluation rate while they were presented on the eye-height of the subjects than on the desktop or the floor. The suitable distance for the subjects while they were approaching and speaking to AR-Robots was approximately 1300 mm. And the distance was strongly influenced by the conversation content especially for some subject had an introvert personality, while the distance was influenced by the appearance of AR-Robots for the extrovert subjects.

EFFECTS OF VISUAL NOISES CAUSED BY WALL-MOVING ROBOTS ON TASK PERFORMANCE

YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;TAKAHASHI Masaki;WATANABE Hidetoshi;ENTA Atsushi;SANO Tomonori;HAYASHIDA Kazuto

J. Archit. Plann. 79(700) p.1301 - 13072014-2014

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Outline:We examined the effects of visual noises caused by wall-moving robots on task-performance. Subjects attended to Calculating-task and Inputting-task on a desktop display while the projected black circles as visual noises were moving on the front wall. Results indicated 1) Answering-time for Calculating-task was increased while black circles were moving in the area within 35-degrees from Gazing-point for the task. 2) Just after black circles appeared on the horizontal area spread on Gazing-point, Answering-time for the first quest of Calculating-task was increased. 3) While black circles were moving on the same horizontal area on Gazing-point, Eye-blinking rate was increased.

CHARACTERISTIC BEHAVIOR IN FOLLOW-WALKING TO LEADING ROBOTS

YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;TAKAHASHI Masaki;WATANABE Hidetoshi;ENTA Atsushi;SANO Tomonori;HAYASHIDA Kazuto

J. Archit. Plann. 75(652) p.1399 - 14052010-2010

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Outline:In the near future, there will be several types of the leading robots that lead us a way to a destination in our daily life spaces. Some experiments were conducted in order to clarify the characters behaviors of human in follow-walking after leading robots in a real corridor. Following results were obtained. 1) The distance to the robots were kept in from 900 to 1100(mm). And 2) Subjects tended to gaze at the short size robot (300mm height) more frequently than the middle size one (600mm height). 3) When the leading speed is lower (0.34m/s), subjects tended to gaze at the short size robot (300mm height) more frequently than the tall size one (900mm height). 4) The characteristic fixation pattern was found that was gazing at the midair area above the head of the robots.

AVOIDANCE LEVEL IN CROSSING PEDESTRIAN FLOW:Pedestrian flow investigation using short-time pedestrian path analysis Part 1

IMANISHI Mineko;SANO Tomonori

J. Archit. Plann. 79(698) p.917 - 9222014-2014

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Outline:This study analyzes the pedestrian's avoidance behavior in crossing flow in order to obtain quantitative criteria for evaluating the difficulty of walking in a crowd. The new graphic illustration methods, called Short-Time Pedestrian Path Diagram and Direction Rose Diagram, are developed and proposed in this paper to represent the state of a crowd visually. The result of our experiment suggests that pedestrians descend their walking speed or/and detour to avoid striking other people and each avoidance behavior can be classified into three levels, whose threshold are defined from the speed or the angular velocity of each pedestrian.

5419 The Analysis of cafe user as "The Third Place" by behavior observation Part 2 : Effects of indoor environment

KITTA Rieko;SANO Tomonori;HATAKEYAMA Yugo;KIKUCHI Yusuke;NIWA Yukari;SATO Tai

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2012(0) p.879 - 8802012/09-2012/09

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5321 Walking State Classification based on Spectral Analysis of Body Acceleration Part 2 : Factors for Identifying Characteristic Frequency Distribution of Body Acceleration in Target-finding Walking

TAKAHASHI Masaki;YOSHIOKA Yohsuke;ENTA Atsushi;WATANABE Hidetoshi;HAYASHIDA Kazuto;SANO Tomonori

Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting 2014(0) p.673 - 6742014/09-2014/09

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Books And Publication

空間要素 世界の建築都市デザイン

佐野友紀他 日本建築学会編

井上書院2003/07-

建築設計資料集成 拡張編「人間」

佐野友紀他 日本建築学会編

丸善2003/01-

建築と都市のための空間計画学

佐野友紀他 日本建築学会編

井上書院2002/05-

事例で解く改正建築基準法 性能規定化時代の防災・安全計画

佐野友紀他 日本建築学会編

彰国社2001/04-

空間演出 世界の建築・都市デザイン

佐野友紀他 日本建築学会編

井上書院2000/11-

芸術工学への誘いIII

佐野友紀他 柳澤 忠編

岐阜新聞社1999/08-

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

Evacuation risk evaluation of nursery home in high-rise building for the zero-waiting list policy.

2014/-0-2017/-0

Allocation Class:¥5070000

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Development of disaster prevention evaluation method for the landscape in the underground space including commercial facilities.

2011/-0-2014/-0

Allocation Class:¥5330000

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Development of evaluation method forhuman safety in residential fire by taking into consideration of residential characteristics

2010/-0-2013/-0

Allocation Class:¥16770000

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Study of vertical position of robot in architectural space

Allocation Class:¥4550000

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A Study on the effective total evacuation strategy in the high-rise building with disabled people getting self-help, co-assistance, and public assistance.

Allocation Class:¥4420000

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Study of architectural space for man to coexist with robot

Allocation Class:¥2500000

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A Study of Visualization of Sound and Application to Architectual Planning

Allocation Class:¥13900000

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Consideration of the guideline for effective assisted evacuation for nursery home in a high-rise building.

2017/-0-2020/-0

Allocation Class:¥4550000

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Study on Evacuation Method of Self-help / Community-help for Vulnerable People in Disaster using Wearable Watch Devices

2016/-0-2019/-0

Allocation Class:¥4940000

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Development of a Package of Dementia Support Programs based on Multi-generational Approach

2013/-0-2016/-0

Allocation Class:¥14430000

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Consideration of balance among "Phased, priority and assisted evacuation" on high-rise welfare facilities in population reduction and "double care" society

2020/-0-2023/-0

Allocation Class:¥4290000

On-campus Research System

Special Research Project

VR・ARを用いた災害時用援護者を含む避難誘導計画・介助避難計画の検討

2019

Research Results Outline:VR・ARを用いた災害時用援護者を含む避難誘導計画・介助避難計画の検討として、被験者を用いた予備実験及び本実験を行った。具体的には、VR空間内に誘導灯VR・ARを用いた災害時用援護者を含む避難誘導計画・介助避難計画の検討として、被験者を用いた予備実験及び本実験を行った。具体的には、VR空間内に誘導灯を設置した実空間をモデルとした空間を設置して、避難出口探索実験を実施した。この際、誘導灯の設置方法...VR・ARを用いた災害時用援護者を含む避難誘導計画・介助避難計画の検討として、被験者を用いた予備実験及び本実験を行った。具体的には、VR空間内に誘導灯を設置した実空間をモデルとした空間を設置して、避難出口探索実験を実施した。この際、誘導灯の設置方法、被験者の視点を実験条件として変更し、健常者と災害時要援護者として車いす利用者を想定した実験を行った。被験者数は40名である。結果として、吊り下げ型の誘導灯は床面型の誘導灯よりも遠方から視認されること、誘導灯を斜め投方向から見る位置では視認性が下がることが明らかになった。成果は、日本建築学会、日本火災学会等の国内学会にて発表予定である。

高層階における弱者の火災避難安全に関する研究

2003

Research Results Outline:高層階における弱者の火災避難安全の確保を目的として、以下の調査、実験を行った。■研究概要①弱者の身体寸法・動作寸法・身体能力等のデータの収集 弱者の安高層階における弱者の火災避難安全の確保を目的として、以下の調査、実験を行った。■研究概要①弱者の身体寸法・動作寸法・身体能力等のデータの収集 弱者の安全な避難方法を計画するためには、その人の避難時に発揮できる能力を人間工学的な観点から把握する必要が...高層階における弱者の火災避難安全の確保を目的として、以下の調査、実験を行った。■研究概要①弱者の身体寸法・動作寸法・身体能力等のデータの収集 弱者の安全な避難方法を計画するためには、その人の避難時に発揮できる能力を人間工学的な観点から把握する必要がある。そこで、既存の書籍・資料・webサイト上のデータベースを中心に、高層階からの避難に関連する身体能力等のデータの収集・整理を行った。②高層階からの階段降下避難実験②-1 階段降下時の健常者の歩行速度の算定実験 本研究では、災害弱者との比較のために、健常者の単独での階段降下について実験を行った。実際の事務所ビルの特別避難階段を実験場所とし、被験者20名について、20階層降下する場合の歩行速度を各階ごとに算定した。②-2 避難用車いすを利用した階段降下実験 2001.9.11のWTCテロ事件において、高層階に勤務していた車いす利用者が、避難用車いす(Evacuation Chair)という階段を降下できる車いすにのりかえ、介助されて避難し、助かった事例が報告されている。筆者らは、国内での導入例・研究例のほとんどない避難用車いすの操作性についての実験を行い、論文に発表した。ここでは継続研究として、避難用車いすの実用可能性について検討を行った。具体的には、被験者20名について、20階層降下する場合の歩行速度を各階ごとに算定した。また、実験の様子をビデオカメラによって撮影した。加えて、避難階段の踊り場部分での通過軌跡を、モーションキャプチャシステムを用いて算定し、事前訓練の必要性を明らかにした。■ 研究成果上記の研究を通して、国内では導入例が少ない「避難用車いす(Emergency Evacuation Chair)」の操作特性について人間工学的観点から基礎的なデータを得た。当該機器は、米国、英国等で導入されているが、人間工学的観点からデータを収集、分析された研究は、世界的に見ても少ないことから、本助成によって、有効な研究成果が得られたと考えている。上記の調査結果及び実験結果は、国際会議2件および国内学会1件において、発表を行った。国際会議:CIB-CTBUH Proceedings of the International Conference on Tall Buildings, Malaysia(1編)国際会議:6th Asia-Oceania Symposium on Fire Science & Technology, Korea(1編)国内会議:日本建築学会関東支部研究発表会(4編)

Foreign Countries Research Activity

Research Project Title: 少子高齢化に適合した建築物等における先導的避難計画・評価手法の検討

2015/09-2016/09

Affiliation: Zaragoza University(Spain)、Lund University(Sweden)

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Laboratory Work in Environmental SimulationsSchool of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Architectural ErgonomicsSchool of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Fieldwork and Design Analysis in Architecture and Urban spaceSchool of Human Sciences2020summer
Environmental design from the perspective of public welfareSchool of Human Sciences2020summer
Interdisciplinary Ethnography of "Kando"School of Human Sciences2020summer
Seminar I (Architectural Ergonomics)School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Seminar II (Architectural Ergonomics)School of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Architectural ErgonomicsSchool of Human Sciences (Online Degree Program)2020spring semester
Architectural Planning AGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Architectural Planning BGraduate School of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Architectural Planning(1) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Architectural Planning(1) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Architectural Planning(2) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Architectural Planning(2) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Architectural PlanningGraduate School of Human Sciences2020winter quarter
Life EnvironmentGraduate School of Human Sciences2020an intensive course(fall)
Evaluation study for environmental design from the perspective of public welfareGraduate School of Human Sciences2020summer
Fieldwork and Survey on Environmental Design in Architecture and Urban SpaceGraduate School of Human Sciences2020summer
Advanced Topics in Interdisciplinary Ethnography of "Kando"Graduate School of Human Sciences2020summer
Architectural Planning(D) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Architectural Planning(D) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2020fall semester

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