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1 Team 6 Eric Immerfall Elizabeth Smit Jordan Johnston Lisa Andela Aaron Goodman

2 Design Norms Master Plan Layout Designs Budget Implementation Challenges Lessons Learned Questions

3 Cultural Appropriateness: Through the design, materials, and construction methods of the common Cambodian. Transparency: Communication about the simplicity and reliability of the design. Integrity: Design will facilitate relationships between people and their land. Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

4 Well Solar Pump Fish Ponds Drip Irrigation Common Building Sanitary Facilities Bridge Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

5 Purpose: Meeting space Housing for ~30 people Eating/cooking space Design Requirements Built in the Cambodian architectural style Use local easily obtained materials Low cost Long design life Examples of similar existing structures Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

6 2 nd Floor- 11 dorm rooms Tile roof Steel Frame Concrete block Wood/Stucco 1 st Floor- Classroom, Kitchen, 3 full bathrooms open space Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

7 Clay Tiles Local tiles used Size no smaller than 0.369m long Steel Framing Steel angles 3”x3” spaced at 0.369m O.C. Support Beams W8x10 Spaced at 3m O.C Support Truss WT4x5 used as outer shape L30305 is used as bracing Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

8 2 nd Floor Columns W8x24 in center at end of building W10x12 at each corner of building Steel beam design W8x10- Floor framing over 3m spans (also along stairway) W10x12- Girder spanning 4 or 5 m W12x19- Girder spanning 6m to allow large open space Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

9 First Floor Includes: Kitchen Enclosed in concrete block (along with classroom and restrooms Classroom Large space for classes, meetings, worship, etc. Potential for computer lab Restroom facilities Each include toilet, sink, and shower Storage room Battery bank storage Stairway Wrap design Foundations Wall foundations and column footings Short perimeter wall Keeps rain out Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

10 Method Selection Provide Increased Sanitation Alternatives Waste Removal Current Method is Ineffective New Method: Safe Effective Efficient Proven Provide a Better Future Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

11 System Plan Three Bathrooms Sink, Toilet, and Shower in Each Water Demand: 1692 Liters per Day Septic System for Waste Removal 2 Septic Tanks in Series 1 st Tank: 1500 gallons with Baffle 2 nd Tank: 1500 gallons Drain Field Approximately 950 sq ft in size Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

12 Water Demand Assumptions Maximum population in dorms = 30 people 15 Showers per day at 1.5 gallons per minute 3 Toilet uses per person per day at 2 gallons per flush 90 Bathroom uses per day at 0.3 gallons per hand wash 15 gallons used per day for Kitchen sink use Total Daily Water Demand = 1692 Liters per Day Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

13 Bathroom Layout Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

14 Bathroom Specifications A standard toilet, sink, and shower head will be used Standard piping with two outflows from three bathrooms Outflow will connect with the kitchen waste en route to the septic tanks Standard spacing for the shower at 0.8 meters wide and 1.4 meters long Toilet and Sink will fit any standard model Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

15 Septic System Design Specs 2 Septic Tanks in Series Extra Storage Sludge Movement Prevention Schedule 40 Piping Minimum Slope is 0.25 in per 1 foot 950 sq foot drainage field Level Perforated 4” Piping Baffle System Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

16 Waste Removal (Plane View) Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

17 Waste Removal (Bird’s Eye) Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

18 Drainage Field Depth Varies on Soil Type Level of Drain Field 6 inches of supporting bed of stone washed gravel 4 inch thin walled perforated piping 2 inches of covering stone washed gravel bed Back filled to whatever distance required Sloped Cover Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

19 Drain Field (Plane View) Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

20 Drain Field (Bird’s Eye) Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

21 Modeled stream in HEC- RAS and HY – 8 3 Different Models were made in HEC-RAS The first model made was the stream as it is now Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

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23 The second model was made with the dam being assumed as part of the ground and with the sides of the stream being excavated to provide room for the structure From there culverts were inserted to find out how many were needed to convey the worst case flow. Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

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25 The third model was made to with the dam being assumed as part of the ground but this time the culverts were put at a downward slope. Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

26 The Dam that was chosen is an Earthen Dam. The Dam was decided to be 1m tall and 10.5m wide with a length of 10m at the base Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

27 There are four different protection measures that must be implemented Side Bank Underflow Bridge/Dam Frontal Seepage Rock Toe Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

28 The Roadway over the bridge can be one of two designs Concrete (proposed) Gravel (alternative) Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

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30 Excavation should start at the beginning of the dry season Materials should be brought in during excavation Dam must be built carefully Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

31 Sizing of the components based on 6kWh demand System Autonomy 3 days Average solar irradiation 4.96 kWh/m²/d o Require 12 Sharp 175 w Panels Battery Bank 12 x 2 volt batteries in series o Require Total Capacity of 1500 Ah Inverter sized with all appliances running o Continuous output power should be approximately 1600 W at 25°C Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

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33 Two types of solar pump systems Main pump-Lorentz PS600 HR/C o Meets daily flow demands and provides 30 m lift Fish Pond Pumping System-Lorentz PS600 BADU o Low head levels with high volume capacity PS600 BADU PS 600 HR/C Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

34 Price Per kWh: $1.07 PartPriceQuantityTotal CostLife TimeAnnuity Common Building System Solar Panel -Sharp 175 W$60012$7,20020$628 Battery$40012$4,8004$1,385 Charge Controller$3503$1,05010$132 Inverter$2, $272 Various$ $14 Total$3,450 $15,150 $2,430 Solar Pump System Solar Panel -Sharp 175 W$6003$1,80020$157 Lorentz PS600 BADU$1,3001 5$309 Total$1,900 $3,100 $466 2 Systems (same price for both pumps) $6,200 $931 Grand Total $21,350 $3,361 Annuity Based on a 6% growth rate and end of year payments Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

35 Water Needs from Well: Existing Common Building: 564L/day New Common Building: 1629L/day Soursop Tree: ~8L/day Water distribution system modeled in EPANET to confirm that 3000L tank will supply water demands Using Lorentz PS600 to refill tank throughout the day Existing Piping New Piping Rows of Soursop Trees Well, Pump, & Tank Fishponds & Garden Rice Plots Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

36 IDEal Drip Kits International Development Enterprises A local non-profit Offer all sized drip irrigation kits (20m m 2 ) Pump: Lorentz PS600BADU to pump water from fishponds to tank Drip Irrigation System Layout for Garden Research plots Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

37 Budget for the Master Plan Water Distribution System$2, Sanitary Facility$3, Common Building$21, Bridge$2, Renewable Energy Source$21, Grand Total$50, Projected costs were based on Cost of materials Cambodian price if known, otherwise price in the US Does not include cost of labor Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

38 Solar Pump Located by the well Drip Irrigation Garden Soursop Trees Bridge Access to ESA Site Common Building Sanitary Facilities Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

39 Obstacles Have Overcome Assumptions about site data Finding local vendors and prices for system components Different design codes and styles between countries Culturally appropriate design choices Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

40 Keep units straight -metric Document everything Things change- be able to adapt We don’t know everything-make assumptions Getting started is half the battle- where to start Learned a lot about different aspects of site development Communication is key between group members Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions

41 Further questions… Special Thanks To: Prof DeRooy-Team Advisor Prof Dornbos-Biology Prof Rachel Koopman-Interim Data Coordinator Interim Group Roger Lamer-Industrial Consultant Navy Chann-Chhay & Li Chhay-Client Founders of Eden School of Agriculture CEAC Design Norms - Layout - Designs - Budget - Implementation - Challenges - Questions


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