ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS AND STANDARDS IN PASSIVE DEFENSE
Various disciplines of humanities and engineering could be useful in reduction of crises. Among such disciplines is passive defense that has a critical role in the security of the country if its quality improves. Considerations of passive defense in architectural design, as an instrument, enhance the defensive power and appropriately meet the security needs. Examining the civil defense code in the architectural section and available global instances the present study is conducted in two stages of planning and presentation of the design in order to express the process that governs the design of buildings according to the standards of passive defense management. The results have been proposed in the form of tables. To obtain desired results and information, the collection of data has been performed through library research encompassing books, papers, articles etc.
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