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Team Members: Cole Marburger Kyle Kuhlman Travis McKibben Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jiwan Gupta DESIGN OF A GREEN TEACHING CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO.

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1 Team Members: Cole Marburger Kyle Kuhlman Travis McKibben Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jiwan Gupta DESIGN OF A GREEN TEACHING CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO - SCOTT PARK - Michael McNeill Justin Niese Michael Titus

2 Focus & Goals Design a Sustainable Building for UTs Scott Park Campus Utilize and Research Green Technologies Solar Panels / Geothermal H/C Water Conservation / Green Roof Design based on Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Principles Create a Unique Building to Recognize UTs Sustainable Efforts

3 Key Attributes Hands-on Equipment Labs Civil Mechanical Electrical Computer Labs Classrooms to Research and Study Green Technologies Auditorium to Hold Green Seminars

4 Site – Existing Conditions Existing Restrictions Engineering Technologies Building Scott Park Campus Building 6 Baseball Diamonds Soccer Field Parking Lots Scott Lake Pond

5 Site – Existing Conditions View looking East View looking South


7 LEED Accreditation LEED Certification Levels: Certified (40-49) Silver (50-59) Gold (60-79) Platinum (80-110) Minimum LEED Certification at UT: Silver Plan to Achieve a Minimum of Gold Level Set the standard for Energy and Innovation

8 LEED 2009 New Construction Design Manual Checklists Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation & Design Process Regional Priority Credits Detailed Credit Info Intent, Requirements, Potential Strategies LEED Accreditation

9 LEED Project Checklist Example Section -Sustainable Sites Current analysis achieves 81 points total (Platinum Rating) Point total achieved through combined civil, mechanical, and electrical design groups

10 Detailed LEED Strategies Plan Provide specific details for credits to be achieved LEED Accreditation Existing Hybrid Sign

11 Sustainable Technologies Solar Panels Geothermal Heating/Cooling Rain Water Collection Green Roof

12 Solar Panels Utilize a large grid-tied system Allow energy to be sold into the grid at low consumption times Avoid large battery bank; making the system easier to maintain and more eco-friendly Wirelessly monitor through a PC/Website 36 kW tower system consisting of 6 inverters and 180 panels

13 Geothermal Heating/Cooling Vertical closed-loop system was developed by the mechanical group. Reduce the Heating/Cooling costs and earn LEED credits

14 Rainwater Collection Rainwater to be collected only from the main roof 20,000 Gal. tank proposed Irrigation to be north and west of building (Hatched area on following slide) No potable water will be needed for irrigation


16 Green Roof Located on top of auditorium. Entrance on 3 rd floor of main building Green roof will feature extensive vegetation Extensive vegetation is lighter and requires less soil, thereby reducing the load (saturated load approximately 34 psf) Will feature walkways and tables for occupants to enjoy

17 Research Labs Civil Experiments Pervious Pavements Green Roofs Mechanical Experiments Electric Motors Hydrogen Fuel Powered Engines Green Heating and Cooling Systems Electrical Experiments Smart Grid Wind Turbines Solar Panels Storm Water Collection LEED Design Techniques

18 Interior Concept

19 Exterior Plan Utilize Kalwall Translucent Daylighting Systems Minimize need for artificial light Panels provide low solar heat gain and high insulation values Made from 20% recycled content

20 Exterior Plan – Glass Strategically use windows to keep occupants in touch with outside world while providing natural light

21 Floor Layout






27 **Entrance windows and roof not shown for clarity

28 Structural Design Structural Steel Frame Procedures followed: Load and Resistance Factored Design (LRFD) American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Version 7 American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Complete SAP 2000 v12 Analysis Hand Calculations for Typical Members/Sections Floor Beams Interior/Exterior Girders Columns Auditorium Roof Main Roof Wind Bracing Foundation

29 Loads 1 st Floor Dead = 200 psf 2 nd & 3 rd Floors: Dead = 100 psf Auditorium Green Roof Dead = 40 psf Snow = 20 psf Main Roof Dead = 40 psf Snow = 20 psf Live = 80 psf Roof Live = 20 psf

30 SAP 2000

31 Floor Beams Located on the 2 nd and 3 rd floors Designed to support metal decking with concrete cover Uniform distributed load on entire beam Max load case: 1.2D + 1.6L The beam was designed for the maximum bending moment Allowable deflection controlled beam selection

32 Interior / Exterior Girders Designed using end reactions from connecting floor beams Point loads at girder/floor beam connections Max load case: 1.2D + 1.6L +.5S 2 Typical interior and 2 exterior were designed Allowable deflection controlled girder selection

33 Columns Designed using axial loading from SAP 2000 analysis – Max load: 1.2D + 1.6L +.5S 3 Typical columns (Locations on next slide) Main exterior (Red) Main interior (Blue) Auditorium (Yellow) Maximum axial load controlled column selection

34 N

35 Auditorium Green Roof Designed to support saturated green roof Distributed load on entire joist Max load case: 1.2D + 1.6L +.5S Max span: 85 feet Long span LH series roof joist Allowable distributed load controlled selection

36 Main Roof System Designed using supported tributary area Distributed load on entire joist Max load case: 1.2D + 1.6L +.5S Max span joist: 70 Max span joist girder: 34 2 typical joists and 1 joist girder designed Built-up-roof components (per UT guidelines) Metal decking SEBS base sheet Type 6 glass felts

37 Main Wind Force Resisting System Based on ASCE 7 provisions Wind Load Factor = 1.6 (LRFD Combinations) 3 wind braces to resist East-West winds 2 wind braces to resist North-South winds 3 designs to accommodate structural differences in the building

38 Wind Brace Locations N

39 Typical Wind Brace

40 Foundation Selection Loadings obtained from SAP Analysis of the building Pad footings with integrated auger cast piles were selected Pad footings and piles required less concrete than strip or mat foundations The piles transmit some load to more stable clays below grade Four typical pad footings were designed to increase efficiency

41 Footing Design Soil info was obtained from boring logs of Scott Park Estimated bearing capacity of 4 kips/sq ft for the soil Foundation size and number of piles determined by loading and bearing capacity Designed for one and two way shear to obtain sufficient depth for the reinforcing steel of the foundation

42 Foundation – Layout Drawing

43 Foundation – Detail Drawing

44 Take Home Message Place UT at the forefront of researching sustainable technologies Create a learning environment for both students and the public Provide a recognizable high performance building to showcase UTs sustainable efforts

45 AISC Steel Construction Manual. Thirteenth Edition. The United States of America: American Institute of Steel Construction, 2005 Das, Braja M. Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering. Ontario: Thomson Learning, 2008. McCormack, Jack and Russell Brown. Design of Reinforced Concrete. Hoboken: Wiley Publishing, 2009. Leet, Kenneth M., Chia-Ming Uang, and Anne M. Gilbert. Fundamentals of Structural Analysis. Third Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2008 Segui, William T. Steel Design. Fourth Edition. Toronto: Thomson, 2007 United States Green Building Council. LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations Rating System. Washington, District of Columbia. November 2008. References

46 Questions

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