This study examined “EEWH-HI” standards of shade in Tainan, and used rain and the sun as indicators to verify The Plan of Good Looking Corner to improve urban thermal comfort levels on the roads. The Plan of Good Looking Corner in Tainan was ran by the Tainan City Government for schools, offices, green spaces, squares, communities, and other public spaces, to create corners of green in order to beautify and improve the overall urban landscape. This study selected 173 locations to conduct assessments for shade indicators from the rain and sun. Statistical analysis, ANOVA, Regression Analysis, and the Correlation Coefficient method were applied to clarify the impact factor effects of urban shade and thermal comfort to prepare final recommendations.
Applied Mechanics and Materials, No.178-181, pp.314-317