Abstract: Natural disasters have been on the rise due to the effects of environmental pollution. In addition, man-made disasters have also, been on the rise due to the effects of urbanization. As the types of such disasters have become increasingly varied and their associated damages have also, increased in scale, interest in ensuring appropriate responses and providing supplies to disaster victims has also, increased. In light of this, there is a need to quickly provide facilities that can ensure the safety of disaster victims who have lost their homes or are in need of evacuating. This study compared domestic and overseas cases to extract factors necessary for temporary housing facilities. The ultimate goal of this study is the development of a plan that includes assembly-type temporary housing facilities with high provisional capacities that are usable prior to the establishment of permanent housing facilities.
Kim Min-Seok, Ju Jae-Seong, Yeom Tae-Jun and Park Mi-Jin, 2019. A Study on a Plan for an Assembly-Type Temporary Housing Facility Usable in Times of Disaster. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 14: 1430-1437.