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1 Diagram Analysis Johanna Mikitka AE-390 October 13, 2004

2 Diagram Categories Potential Client Estimator Structural Engineer HVAC Engineer Video Animated Tour The Sketch-up File Comments & Suggestions

3 Potential Client Your potential client will want to see how the finished product will look. Perspective Views and a floor plan will convey this concept. Very little text has been added to these drawings to maintain simplicity for the client. North West 3-D Perspective South West 3-D Perspective North East 3-D Perspective Floor Plan with Furniture Plan

4 North West 3-D Perspective

5 South West 3-D Perspective

6 South East 3-D Perspective

7 North East 3-D Perspective

8 Floor Plan with Furniture Kitchen Living Room Play Room Bedroom Master Bedroom Utility Room Bath Home Office Front Entrance Side Entrance Rear Entrance

9 Additional Interior Views Home Office Master Bedroom View toward NE Corner View toward Living Room

10 Estimator The estimator will want to see aspects that affect the cost of building such as structural dimensions, lighting and HVAC requirements, plumbing requirements. Floor Plan Front Elevation Right Elevation Rear Elevation Left Elevation Section Through Front Section Through Middle Section Through Right Section Through Left

11 Floor Plans Dimensions as well as materials will be of concern to the estimator. These floor plans will give the estimator the layout concept as well as the dimensions to consider when inspecting the elevation drawings. ** Please refer back to these dimensions to interpret section views!

12 Front Elevation South facing wall: All brick facade 10 double hung thermal windows semi-circular window above double doors.

13 Right Elevation West facing wall: Cut stone masonry facade 6 double hung thermal windows Vinyl Siding above stone facade in roof area

14 Rear Elevation North facing wall: Cut stone masonry facade single door 5 sided thermal glass dining area

15 Left Elevation East facing wall: Cut stone masonry facade 4 double hung thermal windows French doors with thermal glass Vinyl Siding above stone facade in roof area

16 Section Through Front Section taken near front of house looking North toward back of house. Showing: Living Room, Play Room, Entrance Area, Home Office

17 Section Through Middle Section taken near rear of house looking North toward back of house. Showing: Kitchen, Dining Area (in background), Utility Room, Bathroom, Bedroom 10’ 3’

18 Section Through Right Section taken through bedrooms and office looking East. Showing: Bedroom, Master Bedroom, Home Office

19 Section Through Left Section taken through kitchen looking East. Showing: Dining Area, Kitchen, Foyer, Living Room

20 Structural Engineer The structural engineer will show key dimensions, a structural system, soil bearing capacity, foundation, and forces of nature. Plan Section Section with Loadings

21 Dimensioned Floor Plan This floor plan includes dimensions of interior spaces. The main exterior dimensions of 50’x80’ were clipped when the image was exported from Sketch-up. Only the exterior walls will bear the roof load. This load will be distributed to the walls by modified “bowstring” trusses. Interior walls will support the ceiling and the HVAC components.

22 Section Exterior walls will be the primary load bearing walls as they will support the modified “bowstring trusses” in roof cavity. Exterior walls: 2x6 Wooden Frame Stud walls with Studs 16” on center; 6” masonry facade on N,E,and W facing walls; standard brick on S facing wall. See next page for more details.

23 Section with Loadings Indicate Potential Dead Loads such as snow, rain, ice, etc. These loads will act perpendicular to the surface of the roof. Similar loadings can be expected at each facet of the roof surface. Exterior walls will be the primary load bearing walls as they will support the modified “bowstring trusses” in roof cavity. Exterior walls: 2x6 Wooden Frame Stud walls with Studs 16” on center; 6” masonry facade on N,E,and W facing walls; standard brick on S facing wall. Foundation: 2.5’ reinforced concrete slab. (House will have no basement due to proximity to height of water table. Indicates potential wind loading. This can be expected on each face of the building. 50’ 10’ 7’ 24’ 12.5’ 13’

24 HVAC Engineer The HVAC Engineer will show locations of heat pump and air handling units as well as sized duct runs and distribution. Plan Section

25 Plan for HVAC Red box in drawing below highlights location of the heat pump. Air Handler will be located in roof cavity. All duct work will be run in 3’ ceiling cavity. Given dimensions will be used to calculate needed air distribution to each area. Indicates Main Duct Run Indicates Duct Take-Offs Indicates approximate diffuser locations

26 Section for HVAC All duct work will be run in 3’ ceiling cavity provided. Air Handler will be located in roof cavity. Diffusers will be located in ceiling. Data for calculations:  Floor to ceiling height = 10’  Exterior walls composed of 6” masonry façade, 2x6 stud walls, R-5 insulation, and painted gypsum wall board  All windows have thermal glass with a.55 shading coefficient Design Temperatures:  Winter: Outside = 10°F Inside = 67°F  Summer: Outside = 93°F Inside = 76°F

27 Video Animation Tour Click on image to begin tour. This tour will require Windows Media Player or QuickTime to run.Windows Media Player QuickTime If you do not have an appropriate player, click on one of the links above to go to their respective download sites.

28 The Sketch-up File Click the link to download file. *Note: file will only be viewable on computers running Sketch-up or if you download the “viewer” from the sketchup.com website.sketchup.com website

29 Comments & Suggestions Although I am no longer completely opposed to the use of this program, it does have many shortcomings in comparison to a tool such as AutoCAD. However, in terms of producing aesthetically pleasing 3D renderings, this program holds the upper hand. The structural engineering drawing and HVAC drawing concepts were difficult to accomplish in this program. It is clearly not intended for detailed engineering uses. This project took a great deal of individual effort. The massive quality of this project could be greatly masked by the use of teams or small groups. Learning Sketch-up in a week’s time (learning enough to produce the diagrams) was a huge undertaking. Although the tutorials were helpful, the learning process was time consuming.


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