Evaluation of the worn texture of the region 4 in Tabriz, Iran, with an emphasis on increasing populatability

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Shiva Sattarzadeh Salehi
Firouz Jafari


Today, due to the increase in population and the development of cities in areas where cities do not have enough land for development due to various reasons, such as natural obstacles, worn-out tissues are considered as urban potentials for development, which the ability to plan and provide land and the development of the city exists in these contexts. Therefore, these contexts need to be identified, planned and regulated by rules and laws and implementation. The purpose of the current research is to evaluate the worn-out texture of the 4th region of ​​Tabriz with an emphasis on increasing population. The research method used is a descriptive-analytical method and the desired indicators of residential buildings analysis with GIS. The results of the research showed that in terms of the efficiency of building parts, they are in an unfavorable condition, and the criteria compiled for the modification of these structures will lead to an increase in the efficiency of buildings and residential parts compared to the situation before the intervention.

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Sattarzadeh Salehi, S., & Jafari , F. . (2024). Evaluation of the worn texture of the region 4 in Tabriz, Iran, with an emphasis on increasing populatability. Advanced Engineering Science, 4, 25–34. Retrieved from https://publish.mersin.edu.tr/index.php/ades/article/view/1424


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