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Old June 27th, 2008, 11:11 AM   #41
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ma quindi uno c'ha sempre il sole in faccia?
Il che non ha affatto senso nella penisola arabica... non a caso le costruzioni tradizionali dei climi caldo-secchi hanno muri spessi e finestre minuscole.
Non puoi fare una scatola di vetro dove fuori ci sono quaranta gradi e un sole della madonna, poi mettere dei pannelli solari e dire che è un edificio ecologico...
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Secindo me li mettono li per sfruttare al meglio il sole, se nn arriva fini al pannello piu interno a mezogiorno forse arrivera anche al centro di pomeriggio.
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scusate ma come sono connessi tubi cavi ecc al core?
Bah lasciatemi dire la mia da ingegnere...
Sono estremamente perplesso su questo progetto, per varie ragioni, ad esempio i pannelli solari non servono assolutamente a nulla piazzati come sono, hanno bisogno di un'esposizione quanto più perpendicolare ai raggi del sole e lì dove li hanno pensati il sole lo prendono quasi sempre di taglio.
Le turbine eoliche posso invece funzionare, soprattutto quelle ai piani alti.
Sono interessato a capire come sono effettuati i collegamenti tra gli impianti idraulici degli appartamenti e quelli del core: mentre un contatto elettrico strisciante è possibile, uno con la fogna lo vedo più problematico, così come per l'acqua potabile.

Gli altri problemi di statica e di meccanica pura non li vedo così irrisolubili, ma gli impianti mi incuriosiscono molto.

voglio vedere un prototipo o dei disegni tecnici...
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Old June 28th, 2008, 01:39 PM   #43
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Old June 29th, 2008, 09:21 AM   #45
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quell'andamento ad anse è non naturale.... ci saranno vari porblemi sia per i flussi, che per i reflussi e i sedimenti
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Si infatti, spero abbiano studiato l'andamento delle correnti. Altrimenti si ritroveranno con spiagge senza sabbia e spiagge con troppa sabbia
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Developers line up to grab plots in Arabian Canal project




The vast project is made up of two main parts, an $11 billion canal which will run along a 75 km U-shaped route.



The vast project is made up of two main parts, an $11 billion canal which will run along a 75 km U-shaped route.



Dubai: Developers are already showing an interest in snapping up plots in the huge Arabian Canal mega-project, which was unveiled on Tuesday by real estate developer Limitless.

The vast project is made up of two main parts, an $11 billion canal which will run along a 75 km U-shaped route from Dubai Waterfront to Palm Jumeirah and a $50 billion waterfront 'city', which will cover 33 km of the waterway's southern stretch.

Ian Raine, development manager of Arabian Canal, told Gulf News that Limitless will act as master developer for the waterfront city, setting up the transport and utilities infrastructure and putting up its own buildings, but selling the majority of the space to private developers to construct their own projects.

"We will develop a percentage of the project ourselves, but the majority of the land will be sold to third parties. We've already had quite a bit of interest from both local and international third party developers," he said.

However, Raine said plots within phase one of the project are not expected to go on sale until mid-2008.

The waterfront city will be built in several phases over 15 years, with construction work expected to start towards the end of 2008.

Raine said Limitless will develop the infrastructure phase by phase, making the land ready for private developers to build approved offices blocks, residential units, retail space and hospitality and entertainment projects.

He added that Limitless is on the verge of moving from a concept stage to begin detailed planning of phase one.

"We have selected a 1,100 hectare area, which we will announce shortly. It will be roughly six per cent of the overall project."

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Meanwhile, construction on the $11 billion canal is scheduled to start in December and last three years.

Limitless will manage the design and construction of the project, which the company has described as the Middle East's biggest civil engineering project.

It will flow inland from Dubai Waterfront, passing to the east of the new Dubai World Central International Airport before turning back towards Palm Jumeirah, passing through several other Dubai property developments along the way.
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Old June 30th, 2008, 09:23 AM   #48
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la prima foto che hai messo su nasca sull'ultimo post è davvero spettacolare... sembra di essere andati avanti nel futuro in qualche città paradisiaca
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Le correnti non le hanno studiate, in un documentario che ho visto su satellite hanno mostrato i problemi che hanno avuto sulla prima isola Palm-jalsailcxxo.
Da un lato avevano delle lagune paludose, dall'altro gli mangiava via la spiaggia...
Hanno dovuto praticare delle altre aperture nella scogliera per compensare.
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Old June 30th, 2008, 12:56 PM   #50
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certo che spendono miliardi e poi non studiano le cose base!!!
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sono un pochino megalomani in effetti... in perfetto stile da sceicco arabo
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Old July 1st, 2008, 06:43 PM   #52
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ECCO ALTRE IMMAGINI SU OPERE DI DUBAI....





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Old July 1st, 2008, 06:46 PM   #53
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Questo è il Creek Golf Club di Dubai
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La zona degli uffici di Dubai: Beniyas Road
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Old July 2nd, 2008, 03:23 AM   #60
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