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Backgroun d Redesign Analysis Office Airside CUP Analysis CHP Analysis Power Distributio n Outline Constructio n Impact Conclusion Backgr ound Jim Gawthrop.

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1 Backgroun d Redesign Analysis Office Airside CUP Analysis CHP Analysis Power Distributio n Outline Constructio n Impact Conclusion Backgr ound Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Research & Development Complex “X” Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

2 Facility Information Location: Baltimore/DC Area Complex Size: 5 Buildings (3-5 Stories) 1.5 million SF Total Cost: $477 million Occupancy type: Office and Laboratory Delivery Method: Design- Build Joint venture Construction Period: 6/2008 – 8/2010 Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Backgr ound

3 Facility Mechanical Information Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Backgr ound Office Space:VAV Lab Space:VAV + CRAC Units CRAC Units coupled with UFAD Plants:Four distributed Plants C & D Share a plant AHU  s:Provide 15% OA

4 Facility Chilled Water Backgr ound Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

5 Facility Hot Water Backgr ound Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

6 Redesign Analysis Backgr ound Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

7 Redesign Analyses Redesign Analysis 1. Reduce the Loads on the Plant 2. Centralize the Plant 3. Investigate Combined Heat & Power Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

8 Redesign Analyses Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Redesign Analysis Initial Cost Lifecycle Cost Indoor Air Quality Environmental Impact Schedule Impact Operation and Maintenance

9 Redesign Analysis Office Airside Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

10 Plant Load Reduction Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Office Airside Proposed: Underfloor Air Distribution (UFAD) Hydronic Radiant Ceiling Panels (RCP) Active Chilled Beams (ACB)

11 UFAD Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Office Airside

12 Initial Cost Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Office Airside

13 Lifecycle Cost Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Office Airside

14 Central Utility Plant Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

15 Central Plant: Location Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Central Utility Plant Near Warehouses Noise not a problem Not interrupting view Easy access from two sides Space for a Chilled Water Storage system

16 Central Plant: Schematic Central Utility Plant Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

17 Central Plant: TES Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Central Utility Plant 900,000 gal Tank Diameter: 65ft Height: 35 ft

18 Central Utility Plant Combined Heat & Power Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

19 CHP: Payback Combined Heat & Power Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

20 Combined Heat & Power Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option CHP: Chilled Water Schematic

21 Plant Strategies: Initial Cost Plant Strategies Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

22 Plant Strategies: Lifecycle Cost Plant Strategies Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

23 Plant Strategies Power Distribution Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

24 Power Distribution Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Power Distribution

25 Buildi ng Initial Electrical Demand (MVA) Reduced Electrical Demand (MVA) A B C21.7 D E CUP-2.3 Power Distribution Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Power Distribution

26 Power Distribution: As Designed Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Power Distribution

27 Power Distribution: CUP Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Power Distribution

28 Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Power Distribution: CHP

29 Power Distribution Schedule Impact Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

30 Schedule Impact Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Schedule Impact Positive Impact: All Large Equipment in one Location Less time spent on mechanical Equipment in the other buildings. Negative Impact: More Complicated Systems Less common systems Larger Equipment Extra Buildings to be Constructed More Piping to be laid out

31 Schedule Impact: Airside Systems Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Schedule Impact

32 Schedule Impact: Plants Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Schedule Impact E D B A

33 Conclusion Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option

34 Conclusion: Airside Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Conclusion

35 Conclusion: Plant Strategies Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Conclusion

36 Conclusion: Plant Strategies Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Conclusion Chilled Beams will be best option if first cost decreases UFAD is best selection considering delivery method CHP has best payback and Environmental effect, but is very complicated CUP with TES is the best solution, all factors considered

37 Acknowledgements Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option Special Thanks to: all of the AE Faculty [Especially the Mechanical Faculty] Friends and Family for Their Support Joseph DiIenno, PE at SOM for answering A LOT of random questions

38 Questions Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option ?

39 M.A.E. Coursework Research & Development Complex “X” Jim Gawthrop - Mechanical Option AE 557 – Central Cooling AE 558 – Central Heating AE 551 – Combined Heat and Power AE 552 – Indoor Air Quality AE 596 – CFD Independent Study


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