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1 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Coral University of Hawaii School of Engineering ArchitectureGuido Zimmermann Marcel Schuler University of applied siences Aargau, Switzerland EngineeringSarah Diegnan Stanford University, California ConstuctionChunyan Ge Stanford University, California OwnerChad Green

2 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Site information  Climate (Temperature and precipitation ) 95 (temperature) 50 (temperature) 0.2 inch/day(Precipitation) Finish foundation before Nov. Material suit for humid and warm weather. Hawaii Honolulu

3 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Site Challenges A-E E-C C-A A-E-C

4 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Decision Matrix SolutionProsCons SMRF Simple Design, symmetric Flexible, Central Circulation Quick to erect Cantilever No reference to the location Cost more than EBF EBF Core Lateral Load Path Flexible, Central Circulation More connection Details, Cantilever No reference to the location Cost less Shear Wall Core Utilizes Stair-well Arrangement of the rooms analogous to utilization Easy material accessibility Accidental Torsion Require additional formwork Timber Unexplored Arrangement of the rooms analogous to utilization Cost less when space is small Fear of the unknown Not good for big space, need consider life cost Architect EngineerConstruction Manager

5 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Design Considerations Analysis: ­ Vision of a future school system ­ Information technology ­ Going wireless ­ Think-Tank Design Considerations

6 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Floor 1 Floor 2 Floor 3 Faculty School (Class. Lab) Auditorium Technical Emergency Exit Restroom Vertical Circulation Circulation Ground plan Legend Organisation model Architect Animation Architects explanation Animation Site Ar ch ite ct

7 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Volu me Model Organisation model 3D-Animation V ol u m e M o d el

8 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Building and site Facade / Sunprotection Movi e01 Outsi de

9 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Movie02 OutsideMovie02 Outside Building and site Facade / Sunprotection

10 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation M o vi e 0 3 O ut si d e Building and site Facade / Sunprotection

11 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Plan Floor 01Plan Floor 01 Floor 1 Organisation model Ground plan Faculty School (Class. Lab) Auditorium Technical Emergency Exit Restroom Vertical Circulation Circulation Legend

12 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Movie04 Floor1Movie04 Floor1 Floor 1 Entrance

13 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Plan Floor 02Plan Floor 02 Floor 2 Faculty School (Class. Lab) Auditorium Technical Emergency Exit Restroom Vertical Circulation Circulation Legend Organisation model Ground plan

14 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Movie05 Floor2Movie05 Floor2 Floor 2 Seminar rooms / Student offices

15 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation StudentStudent Floor 2+3 Seminar rooms / Student offices

16 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Plan Floor 03Plan Floor 03 Floor 3 Faculty School (Class. Lab) Auditorium Technical Emergency Exit Restroom Vertical Circulation Circulation Legend Organisation model Ground plan

17 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Movie07 Floor3Movie07 Floor3 Floor 3 Main vertical circulation / Faculty block

18 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Lateral Load Earthquake – Zone 4 Duel System Period =.294 seconds Base Shear = 465 kips Gravity Design Dead Load = 100 psf Design Live Load = 70 psf Design Loads 3” 12” 5.5” thick Lightweight Concrete Composite Cast-in-Place Slab

19 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Floor 0 Gravity Columns W14X43 Shear Walls t=12” SMRF Columns W14X53 Retaining Wall #8 Bars and Dowels #9 8” O.C. 21” Mat Foundation t=10”

20 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Floor 1 Gravity Columns W14X43 Shear Walls t=12” SMRF Columns W14X53 Stairs Floor Beams W14X30 Girders W16X31

21 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Floor 2 Gravity Columns W14X43 Shear Walls t=12” SMRF Columns W14X53 Stairs Floor Beams W14X30 Cantilever W18X86 Girders W16X31 Special Beams W14X68

22 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Floor 3 Gravity Columns W14X43 Shear Walls t=12” SMRF Columns W14X53 Stairs Floor Beams W14X30 Special Beams W14X68 Girders W16X31

23 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Connection Details Shear Wall t=12” 8 # 9 6” O.C. #4 ties Boundary Element Center 12” 6 # 8 4” O.C. #4 12” O.C 8 # 9 6” O.C. #4 ties Floor Slab Shear Wall Collector Element # 6 O.C. Side View Top View

24 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Connection Details Moment Resisting Connection (Dogbone) Side View Top View

25 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Connection Details Shear Connection Side View

26 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Connection Details Top View Column Connection Side View

27 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Connection Details Façade Connection Column Liner Tray Z Spacer Sealing Taper Thermal Insulation SWISS PANEL corrugated sheet Fastener with colored head

28 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Load Paths 100 % 25 % EARTHQUAKE LOAD PATH GRAVITY LOAD PATH Collector Shear Transfer

29 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Mode 1 Mode 2 Roof Deflection = 2.0 in Steel Design --> No yielding P-Delta Effect Response Spectrum SAP2000

30 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Specifications 1.Interior partition wall: dry wall with glass Dry Wall Glass Wall Aesthetically pleasing, architectural finish SOUND: Vibration-isolating furring element Caulk joint at all edges

31 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Excavation Open excavation Standard wellpoint system: dewater the area prior to excavation. The Caterpillar Hydraulic Excavator

32 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Specifications 2. Facade Why illuminium The conductance(C) of the Isulating-board backed aluminum is 0.55 Comparing: Plastering Materials (Sand aggregate)11.10 Architectural glass 10 Wood, with insulating backer board, 0.71 Concrete blocks, (sand and gravel) 1.4 Lightweight aggregate 4in 0.67

33 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Specifications 2. Facade Why Sun Blocker Save energy on cooling loads Most of the heat is gained through the external façade. Comparing: Reduce the windows Vision glazing Reflective coating Tint to the glass

34 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Specifications 2. Facade Inflexible solar shading from aluminum lamella with different incline angles. Laminated coatings: vinyl films are used to provide nonmetallic color and long- lasting finish, and won’t aggregate heat in surrounding area. (View from inside)

35 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Specifications 3. Interior lighting The lighting system Passive solar design (daylighting) Sensor systems that balance artificial light levels with the ambient light available High-efficiency fluorescent lamps and electronic ballasts Load monitoring and controls systems Automatic shut-off devices SAVE

36 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Mechanical HVAC Systems Ventilation Air conditioning system Objective: Take advantage of mild coastal air. Operable windows Thermosiphon design Underfloor supply plenum No ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) refrigerants. Ease of access for maintenance, redundancy / back-up

37 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Mechanical HVAC Systems Underfloor Plenum Plenum a large air supply or air return space. A plenum system is based on air pressure (supply) or vacuum (return). Plenum

38 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation MEP Design MEP room Shaft next to elevator Distribution System Ducts along grids, 2ft allowance Air Handler/Cooling Tower on Roof

39 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Cost Estimate Total Construction Cost $4,080,000 Structure System Cost: $350,000

40 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Schedule-Milestones M1: Foundation, Nov 16 M2: Steel Erection Completed, Feb 2 M4: Lab Occupied, May 9 M4: Project Complete, May 23 Begin at Sept months total

41 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation 4D Simulation

42 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Iteration A E C A E Lateral System A C E C Cladding Foundation

43 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Looking Ahead and Behind Behind We all did a good job of informing each other when work would be done and then sticking to it MSN Messenger is a great tool Switzerland is 9 hours ahead of PST Ahead More communication with work done More interaction with Mentors/Owners A tighter work schedule 3D/4D models Lessons Learned Communicate and Plan EARLY

44 ` Coral-Team 2001 Spring Presentation Professors Mentors Guest Lecturers Fellow PBLers


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