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1 Thesis Presentation April 13, 2004 Brian Regan The Virginia Historical Society Building Lighting/Electrical

2 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Presentation Outline Building Summary Classroom Lighting Transition Space Lighting Auditorium Lighting

3 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Presentation Outline Building Summary Classroom Lighting Transition Space Lighting Auditorium Lighting

4 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Building Summary Location: Richmond, Virginia New Addition of Museum for the Virginia Historical Society New Addition consists of an auditorium, gallery, classrooms, workshops, office spaces, and storage spaces

5 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Building Summary Orientation

6 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Building Summary Building Characteristics A 4 story addition w/ 54,398 sqft. in size Structural steel framing Exterior Enclosure is CMU w/ limestone veneer South side has partition w/ Aluminum siding and windows

7 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Building Summary Design and Construction Team OWNER: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CIVIL ENGINEER:DRAPER ADEN ASSOC. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: GREGG BLEAM LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT:GLAVE & HOLMES ASSOC. STRUCTUAL ENGINEER: RATHGEBER / GOSS ASSOC. M.E.P. ENGINEER: GIRARD ENGINEERING ACCOUSTICAL: MILLER BEAM PAGANELLI, INC. CONTRACTOR: HOURIGAN CONSTRUCTION CORP.

8 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Presentation Outline Building Summary Classroom Lighting Transition Space Lighting Auditorium Lighting

9 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Space Conditions Walls – Gypsum board – Light grey ρ =.51 Ceiling – White gloss gypsum – 11ft. High ρ =.68 Floor – blue color carpet ρ =.32

10 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Design Goals Functions – lectures, movies, displays, gatherings To allow different scenes for certain tasks Create a large space by illuminating all surfaces Provide adequate light for easy viewing from the back row Provide an energy efficient system that could be used continuously throughout other similar spaces

11 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Controls Two dimming switches will be applied to the different fixtures Each type of fixtures will run on one circuit to control box Dimming switch will allow 10 to 100% dimming using high frequency ballasts

12 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Design Criteria Power Density = 1.6 W/sqft. Vertical Illuminance Marker board and speaker = 10 fc Horizontal Illuminance Circulation = 10 fc seating area = 30 fc

13 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Layout of Fixtures 8” recessed downlight w/ 26W compact fluorescents Max Intensity = 953 cd

14 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Layout of Fixtures 8’ triangular pendants w/ 4-32W T8 fluorescents Max Intensity = 1424 cd

15 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Details of Pendant Fixture

16 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Results and Calculations 70%: Max Intensity = 1000 cd Recessed 70% Max Intensity = 670 cd Power Density = 1.44 W/sqft

17 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Results and Calculations

18 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Results and Calculations Ceiling Max Illum: 104 fc Ave. Illum: 35 fc Side Walls Max Illum: 22 fc Ave. Illum: 12 fc Front wall Max Illum: 18 fc Ave. Illum: 7 fc

19 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Results and Calculations Entrance Wall Max Illum: 17 fc Ave. Illum: 9 fc Luminance Ratios Ceiling to Wall: 2.6 to 1 Wall to Floor: 1 to 1.3 Ceiling to Floor: 2 to 1

20 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Renderings

21 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Renderings

22 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Classroom Renderings

23 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Presentation Outline Building Summary Classroom Lighting Transition Space Lighting Auditorium Lighting

24 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Spaces Vestibule (1) Foyer (2) Lobby (3) Prefunction (4) Corridor (5) Coat Room (6) Spaces Lead to two different entrances of the auditorium From the prefunction space and near the coat room.

25 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space and Auditorium Controls All lights will be controlled by a preset dimming track system located in electrical room Fixtures will be divided into zones connecting to one circuit. Panel system will allow change of scenes with a push of a button

26 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Spaces Space Conditions Walls-either limestone or wood paneling, Carpet floors Eggshell painted ceilings No daylight 3 ceiling heights 8’, 13’, 16’ ρ =.50 ρ =.39 ρ =.80

27 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Spaces Design Goals Establish aesthetic attraction to new spaces Provide Adaptation at Entrances/Transition Spaces Allows eyes to adjust to changing light levels Create energy efficient system Lighting to create flow for traffic Maintain proper illuminance for activities within the space

28 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space Design Criteria Power Density = 1.8 W/sqft. Vertical Illuminance Facial lighting = 10 fc Horizontal Illuminance Reading or Writing tasks = 30 fc Traffic = 10 fc on floor

29 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Spaces Layout of Fixtures Lobby 8” downlights w/ 26W compact fluorescents Max = 558 = 400 cd

30 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Spaces Layout of Fixtures 8” downlights w/ 32W compact fluorescents Max = 1114 = 800 cd

31 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Spaces Layout of Fixtures 4’ linear wallwashers w/ a 54W T5 fluorescent lamp Max = 1910 = 1340 cd

32 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Spaces Layout of Fixtures 4’ linear fluorescent perimeter fixture Max = 843 = 550 cd

33 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Spaces Power Density = 1.44 W/sqft Ave. Floor Illum. = 32 W/sqft.

34 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Spaces Results for fully lit Lobby Ceiling Max Illum: 34 fc Ave. Illum: 10 fc Wood Ave Top Illum: 70 fc Ave. Bot. Illum: 35 fc Limestone Ave Top Illum: 30 fc Ave. Bot. Illum: 15 fc

35 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space Results for Fully Lit Lobby Elevator Ave. Top Illum: 130 fc Ave. Bot. Illum: 14 fc Ave. 6’ Illum: 26 fc

36 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space Results for Fully Lit Prefunction Columns Top Illum: 37 fc Bottom Illum: 13 fc

37 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space Results for Fully Lit Prefunction 13’ Ceiling Max Illum: 14 fc Ave. Illum: 9 fc Wood Ave. Top Illum: 70 fc Ave. Bot. Illum: 18 fc Elevator Ave. Top Illum: 110 fc Ave. Bot. Illum: 14 fc

38 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space

39 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space Renderings

40 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space Renderings

41 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space Renderings

42 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space Renderings

43 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space 26W = 175 cd

44 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space Illuminance max = 50 fc

45 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Transition Space

46 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Presentation Outline Building Summary Classroom Lighting Transition Space Lighting Auditorium Lighting

47 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Space conditions Walls – gypsum board w/ acoustical tiles, ρ =.65 Back wall – fabric cover panels, ρ =.50 Ceiling – dropped w/ over lapping panels ρ =.80 Floor – neutral color carpet, ρ =.42 Ramp angle = 4.7° and 7° Seating = 486 w/ 6 wheelchair spaces

48 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Design Goals Functions – lectures, movies, displays To allow different scenes for certain tasks Establish a sense of light shining through the panels as if it was natural light Create a lighting pattern that enhances the architectural design of the space To create a low power illuminating design

49 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Design Criteria Power Density = 2.0 W/sqft. Vertical Illuminance  Speakers and Objects on Stage = 30 fc Horizontal Illuminance  Circulation during videos =.2 to.5 fc  Presentayion w/. Slides = 1 to 5 fc  seating area = 30 fc

50 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Layout of Fixtures 8” downlights w/ 2- 32W compact fluorescents Max = 1273 = 1100 cd

51 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Layout of Fixtures 3 rows of 4’ recessed Strip lights w/ 2-T8 32W fluorescent lamps Max = 1273 = 850 cd

52 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Layout of Fixtures 2 rows of 4’ cove lights w/ 2-T5 54W fluorescent lamps Max = 1152 = 800 cd

53 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Layout of Fixtures 6” recessed 150W quartz incandescent lamp for stage Max Intensity = 5384 cd

54 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Details for Cove and 4’ Downlight

55 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Including Stage Power Density =1.56 W/sqft. Seating Area Power Density = 1.40 W/sqft.

56 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Results for Fully Lit Auditorium Ceiling Max Illum: 146 fc Min. Illum: 5 fc Side Walls Max Illum: 55 fc Min. Illum: 20 fc Back Wall Max Illum: 38 fc Min. Illum: 12 fc

57 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Results for fully lit Auditorium

58 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Renderings

59 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Renderings

60 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Renderings

61 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Renderings

62 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Downlights along wall are off Seating = 150 cd Strip = 100 cd Cove = 800 cd Results for Slide Presentaion Settings

63 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Rendering for Slide Presentaion Settings

64 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Auditorium Rendering for Slide Presentation Settings

65 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Summary Power density’s were below requirements Using fluorescents were more energy efficient Lighting solution met necessary criteria Light layouts integrated well with the spaces Aesthetically pleasing Accented architecture and materials

66 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Thank You AE Faculty and Staff Professor Mistrick Professor Moeck Rachel Ehalt and Brinjac Engineering Friends And Family

67 Virginia Historical SocietyBrian Regan Richmond, VALighting/Electrical Questions


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