Volker Hartkopf & Kristen Kurland - Carnegie Mellon University - Connected & Sustainable Cities
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Volker Hartkopf & Kristen Kurland - Carnegie Mellon University - Connected & Sustainable Cities Volker Hartkopf & Kristen Kurland - Carnegie Mellon University - Connected & Sustainable Cities Presentation Transcript

  • Mobility, Energy, Security, Productivity and Health…. Transportation Between and Within Cities 30-50% of all flights within the U.S. are between locations that could be reached in less time with rapid public rail links at 1/5 th of the energy which would be electric rather than kerosene. (Preliminary survey conducted by Hartkopf) National security, comfort and health implications. Linking inter-city rapid transportation to in-city light rail, dedicated right of way systems. (Cologne has about 750 long distance/regional trains per 24 hours, not including S-Bahn and U-Bahn trains) •Linking light rail stations with “as you need/pay” flex cars and bicycles (examples: Paris, Brussels) •Linking Pedestrian movement Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon
  • Multi-Modal Transportation System a. Establish transportation portfolio for mobility b. Reduce personal automobile dependence c. Create street network to promote pedestrian safety and access Milan Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon
  • Water in the Forest Water in Urban Regions Infiltration Infiltration 5% Evaporation 19% 25% runoff 1% evaporation Runoff 70% 80% Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon
  • Urban/Neighborhood/Building Levels Interconnected Energy, Water, Air and Soil Harvesting-Closing the Cycles • Electricity Efficiency Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon
  • Innovative Energy Systems Ascending-Descending Strategy Natural Environment Solar hydrogen via electrolysis Solar Thermal PV Fuel Cell Lighting, Natural Gas/ Computers Bio gas rejected heat Heat Recovery Daylighting/ Daylighting/ Steam Generator natural ventilation Electrical rejected heat Energy Chilled Water Steam Turbine Cooling rejected heat chilled water Desiccant Absorption Cooling regen. hot water regen. rejected heat Domestic Hot Water/ Boiler Water mullion ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Geothermal Environment Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon
  • Annual Site/Primary Energy Consumption in Office Buildings Data source: EIA, Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey 1995; PG&E, Commercial Building Survey Report 1999; UK National Statistics * Germany average practice is calculated based on the energy consumption measurements of 15 German office buildings built between 1990 and 2002 (with primary energy consumption ranging from 180kWh/m2 to 1,000kWh/m2). Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon
  • http://www.cisco.com/web/about/ac79/wp/ctd/ Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon
  • The Human Layer Solving Public Health Problems Using GIS (Geographic Information Systems) H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management/ School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon
  • City Park Study Childhood obesity, pedestrian injuries, and access to parks Park Accessibility Pedestrian Injuries Compared to Park Access Obesity Patients Compared to Fast Food and  Parks Buffer Distances 0.5 0.6 - 600.0 600.1 - 1200.0 H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management/ School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon
  • Implementing Change •Research Collaborations (CMU, Oxford, University of Pittsburgh, RAND) • Regional Childhood Obesity Strategy Committee (Highmark Insurance) • City of Pittsburgh (Planning Department, City Council, Pittsburgh Public Schools) • Medical Community Awareness (Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Medical Society) •Allied Professional Collaborations (AIA, ULI, NIH) •Community and Citizen Participation H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management/ School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon
  • Tools for Citizens •www.maphub.com H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management/ School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon