HVAC 2.0 Design Center

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HVAC Requirements

  • Executive Summary
    • Steer the building proactively into the comfort zone
    • Ensure the demands are always small because there are no "big" changes / catch ups
    • Manage the humidity (latent component) as it is critical to comfort
    • All systems should support learning and continuous improvement. It will take three years to reach a steady state.
    • We should always ask ourselves "Would anyone else do this if they saw what we did and its cost?". If not, then we need to be seeking a better sustainable value.
    • Our design requires the thermal tank storage to meet peak day demands.
    • We require the ability to heat and cool on the same day but not at the same time.
  • Technical Summary

Controls Requirements

  • Executive Summary
    • Want a platform that can be user controlled and evolved.
    • Promotes learning and continuous improvement
    • Use earth's natural energy first...then lowest carbon/cost energy next
    • All controls to connect two way (performance data out...control changes in) with the internet
    • Need ability to see real-time the control data via the website
    • No not want everything automated. We don't know the building well enough yet. Let us manually control until we develop patterns of operation. Then put them into the controls logic.
  • Strategy for Sustainable Controls at the Green Garage can be found in this powerpoint presentation File:Strategy for Sustainable Controls.pdf.


Sustainable Controls Architecture (Functional Level


HVAC 2.0 Conceptual Requirements

Heating and Cooling


Conceptual Sketch Dec. 20, 2010



Expert Mechanical Conceptual Sketch Jan. 25, 2011


Requirements

Sequence of Operations

Ventilation

HVAC Plans

HVAC Shop Drawings

Controls Design Center

Equipment Information

Project Management

Photo Gallery

  • Photos of completed work as of 11/15/10

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