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1 Environmental Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd  Delhi  Mumbai  Pune  Bangalore  Chennai  Washington DC Click to edit the outline text format Second Outline Level  Third Outline Level Fourth Outline Level  Fifth Outline Level  Sixth Outline Level  Seventh Outline Level  Eighth Outline Level Ninth Outline LevelClick to edit Master text styles Click to edit the outline text format Second Outline Level  Third Outline Level Fourth Outline Level  Fifth Outline Level  Sixth Outline Level  Seventh Outline Level  Eighth Outline Level Ninth Outline LevelClick to edit Master text styles INTEGRATED DESIGN APPROACH A KEY TO OPTIMISED DESIGN Webinar- Glassisgreen Gurneet Singh 14th December 2012

2 Why Optimized Design

3 Building Sector Consumption Source CEA 2009

4 Commercial Floor Space Projection

5 Growth in the Indian Building Sector Source USAID ECO-III Project

6 inputbuildingoutput building materials energy water consumer goods solar radiation wind rainwater used materials wasted heat. CO2, CO, SO2 gray water, sewer waste, recyclable materials warm air polluted air storm water

7 Impact 40% of World’s Energy 25% of Timber Harvested 16% of the Fresh Water Uses 50% Ozone Depleting CFC’s 30% Raw Materials Used 35% of CO2 Emissions 40% of Landfill Waste

8 Why Integrated Design Approach

9 Scenario in 1980

10  Population  Resources  Land  Demand for new infrastructure

11 Buildings in 1980  Simple  Low rise  Less complicated  Less services oriented  Electrical  Plumbing  Structural  HVAC

12 Buildings in 1980  Electrical  Interior Lighting ->Switches  Plumbing  Floor Trap->Gully Trap->Grease trap->Manhole  Structure  Frame Structure->Column-> Beams  HVAC  Fans-> Coolers->central plant

13 ARCHITECT LIGHTINGPLUMBINGSTRUCTUREHVAC SIMPLE INCORPORAT E & OPTIMIZE DESIGN DESIGN

14 Scenario in 2010

15  Population  Resources  Land  Demand for new infrastructure

16 Buildings in 2010  Complex  High rise  More services oriented  HVAC  Structural  Plumbing  Electrical  Façade; Transport; BMS; Networking

17 Buildings in 2010  Electrical  Interior Lighting ->Switches  Sensors -> Controls -> LEDs -> TFLs  Plumbing  Floor Trap->Gully Trap->Grease trap->Manhole  Rain water harvesting-> dual plumbing-> STP-> Irrigation systems-drip or sprinklers->recycling waste water

18 Buildings in 2010  Structure  Frame Structure->Column-> Beams  Post tension Slab ->Flat Slab->Structural Piles- >Raft  HVAC  Fans-> Coolers->central plant  VRV system, earth air tunnel, geothermal cooling, desiccant systems, water cooled system, radiant system, chilled beam system

19 ARCHITECT LIGHTINGPLUMBINGSTRUCTUREHVAC COMPLEX FACADE TRANSPORTIO N SECURITYNETWORKING LANDSCAPEBMSFIRE FIGHTING SUSTAINABLILI TY

20 CONVENTIONAL DESIGN PROCESS

21 Please Dial the Toll Free number or to listen to the speaker © Environmental Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Conventional Design Process CLIEN T SITE Property Manager DESIG N OPTIO NS FINAL OPTION LINEAR PROCESS

22 Conventional Design Team Organization ClientArchitectStructural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation Engineer

23 INTEGRATED DESIGN PROCESS

24 Concept DesignProcurement phaseConstruction PhasePost-Construction PhasePre-DesignDesign Development Integrated Design Process 24 Project Life-Cycle ArchitectStructural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation EngineerArchitectStructural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation EngineerArchitectStructural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation EngineerArchitectStructural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation EngineerArchitectStructural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation EngineerArchitectStructural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation EngineerArchitectStructural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation Engineer

25 Integrated Design LeaderStructural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation EngineerArchitect Integrated Design Team Organization Structural EngineerMechanical EngineerElectrical EngineerLandscape EngineerFacade EngineerTransportation EngineerArchitect

26 Please Dial the Toll Free number or to listen to the speaker © Environmental Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Various phases of Integrated Design 1.SET BENCHMARK & SUSTAINABILITY GOALS 5.EVALUATE VARIOUS DESIGN OPTIONS 2.EVALUATE COST-BENEFIT & ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT 3.SET PROJECT OBJECTIVES 4.WORK WITH EACH CONSULTANT TO MEET THE OBJECTIVE 6. MONITOR PROGRESS DURING PROCUREMENT & CONSTRUCTION 7.POST CONSTRUCTION/OCCUPANCY EVALUATION

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28 SUSTAINABILITY TOOLS FOR INTEGRATED DESIGN

29 Please Dial the Toll Free number or to listen to the speaker © Environmental Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Whole Building Design  Provides the strategies to achieve a true high-performance building: one that is cost-effective over its entire life cycle, safe, secure, accessible, flexible, aesthetic, productive, and sustainable. the ease of maintenance,global climate change,operating costs, fuel choice, the type of lighting andcontrols used, how muchnatural daylight is brought in,how the space is organized,the facility's operating hours,and the local microclimate. aesthetics, accessibility, and security of the project A successful Whole Building Design is a solution that is greater than the sum of its parts.

30 Please Dial the Toll Free number or to listen to the speaker © Environmental Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Building Sustainability Tools ENVELOPE SPECIFICATIONSENERGYWATERWALLROOFWINDOWLIGHTING SPECIFICATIONSCENTRAL PLANT SPECIFICATIONSSTPRWHQUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

31 What is Building Performance Simulation  Complex and rigorous calculations of the energy processes within a building using computer models  Advanced software packages are capable of calculating building energy performance hour by hour for an entire year 31

32 Why We Need Building Performance Simulation  Powerful tool to analyze how form, size, orientation and type of building systems affect overall energy performance  For optimizing:  Energy  Lighting/Day Lighting  HVAC Design/IAQ/Natural Ventilation/Airflow  Evaluating costs  Code compliance – LEED, Title 24, ECBC etc 32

33 ESP-r Common Simulation tools Solar-5 DOE-2 E-20-II & HAP TRACE 600 TRNSYS Common Simulation Tools 33

34 Please Dial the Toll Free number or to listen to the speaker © Environmental Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Building Performance Simulation Process 34 Building Description/information - Physical building data - Design parameters Simulation software - Energy consumption (kWh) - Energy demands (kW) - Indoor environmental conditions Simulation outputs - Hourly Weather data - Position of sun

35 Examples – Building Simulation Applications 35

36 Microclimatic Analysis Solar Analysis Wind Analysis Weather Data Analysis 36

37 Solar Analysis 37

38 SUN PATH: JANUARY/DECEMBER (WINTER SOLSTICE)

39 SUN PATH: MARCH/SEPTEMBER (EQUINOX) 39

40 SUN PATH: JUNE/JULY (SUMMER SOLSTICE) 40

41 Wind Analysis 41 SUMMER WINTER AUTUMN SPRING

42 Weather Data  Click to edit Master text styles  Second level  Third level  Fourth level  Fifth level 42 WEATHER DATA FOR 2100 LOCATIONS ARE AVAILABLE

43 Weather Data 43

44 Average temperatures Direct Solar Radiation Annual Cloud Cover Annual Relative Humidity ANNUAL WEATHER DATA 44


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