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2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)
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2009 Passive House Conference Presentation (PH in the Woods)

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I gave this slideshow presentation on 10/17/09 at the 4th annual North American Passive House Conference in Urbana, IL. It is mostly focused on the "Passive House in the Woods" project. …

I gave this slideshow presentation on 10/17/09 at the 4th annual North American Passive House Conference in Urbana, IL. It is mostly focused on the "Passive House in the Woods" project.

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  • 1. PASSIVE HOUSE in the woods
  • 2. U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t ENTRY ELEVATION
  • 3. U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t SOUTH
  • 4. N 1 UP DN DOWN UP 1 PARK 2 LIVE 5 3 DINE 7 DN 4 COOK 5 ENTER 4 6 POWDER 3 2 6 7 BE U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t FIRST FLOOR
  • 5. N UP UP 1 STORE, VENTILATE 1 2 HANG OUT 3 MAKE 2 4 BATHE 5 STORE, HEAT WATER 3 4 5 U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t WALK-OUT
  • 6. N UP DN 6 DOWN 1 SLEEP 2 STUDY/SLEEP 3 WALK/DRESS 3 5 4 BATHE 1 5 LAUNDER 6 MEDITATE 2 4 U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t SECOND FLOOR
  • 7. N 1 STAR-GAZE DN 2 2 ENERGIZE DN 1 U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t ROOFTOP TERRACE
  • 8. SCHEDULED BASE SCHEDULED FLOORING SCHEDULED 1/4" SELF-LEVELING COMPOUND WITH ELECTRIC IN-FLOOR HEATING MATS PER MECH. PLAN 3/4 PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR STO 1.0 / FINE (EIFS) 11-7/8" I-JOIST 11" EPS (EIFS) 3-1/2" RECYCLED COTTON FIBER INSULATION STO GUARD: AIR TIGHT, DIFFUSION OPEN 3-1/8" INSULATED RIM 5/8" T&G OSB SHEATHING SEE FIRST FLOOR FRAMING PLAN FOR CONNECTION 3-1/2" RECYCLED COTTON FIBER INSULATION (SOUND ATTENUATION) 5/8" WALL BOARD, TYP. POLY URETHANE GLUE CONNECTION RESILIENT CHANNEL AIR-TIGHT SEAL AT SILL FOAM-PLUG @ SILL PLATE EARTHEN PLASTER, TYP. STO FINISH COAT 1/2" WALL BOARD, TYP. NUDURA ICF (2-5/8" XPS—6" CONC—2-5/8" XPS), 1'-6" THICKNESS OF CONCRETE LAYER PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER STEEL LANDSCAPE GRADE, MIN. 1/4" PER 1' SLOPE EDGING 2" GEO-TEXTILE SCHEDULED BASE FABRIC SCHEDULED FLOORING STO FLEXYL BELOW-GRADE WATER PROOFING SCHEDULED 1/4" SELF-LEVELING COMPOUND WITH ELECTRIC IN-FLOOR HEATING MATS PER MECH. PLAN 4" CONCRETE SLAB (EXPOSED WHERE SCHEDULED) 20 MIL POLY, SEAL JOINTS GRAVEL BACKFILL 12" XPS INSULATION, DOW SQUARE EDGE, COMPRESSION STRENGTH PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER DRAIN TILE, DRAIN TO DAYLIGHT COMPACTED SOIL FTGS, SEE FOUNDATION PLAN 2" XPS INSULATION @ FOOTING, SEAL JOINTS UNDISTURBED NATIVE SOIL 4 3/8" 11 1/4" 4 3/8" U SE HO E IV o od s CONSTRUCTION LINE - OUTSIDE FACE OF ICF SS he w PA in t TYPICAL ASSEMBLY
  • 9. FLASHING VENTILATION SLOTS UNDER FLASHING MIN. 3'-0" STO 1.0 / FINE (EIFS) 2" EPS INSULATION (EIFS) WIND WASH BARRIER (EIFS) PEDESTAL PAVER SYSTEM 5/8" PLYWOOD SHEATHING SLOPE 1/8" PER 1'-0" CONTINUOUS VENTILATION SPACE, 2X8 @ 24" O.C. FABRIC PROTECTION MAT 2" XPS WITH DRAINAGE CHANNEL 60 MIL REINFORCED EPDM MEMBRANE WITH STRIPPED-IN SEAMS 3/4" PLYWOOD DECK @ 1/4" PER 1'-0" SLOPE FLAT ROOF FLASHING VENTILATION SPACE TAPERED FURR FRAMING USP RT7A TIES @ EACH, TOP & BTM. 1" EPS INSULATION (EIFS) 2X4 PINCH BLOCK BTWN. FURR FRAMING. NAIL TO STUDS & RIM 11-7/8" I-JOIST @ 24" O.C. 2X10 @ 24" O.C. FURR FRAMING, 10d NAIL EACH INSULATE CAVITIES TIGHTLY DENSE-PACK CELLULOSE INSULATION SEE ROOF FRAMING PLAN FOR CONNECTION 14" I-JOIST @ 24" O.C. 3-1/8" INSULATED RIM 2X10 PINCH BLOCK STO GUARD, BTWN. STUDS AIR TIGHT, DIFFUSION OPEN 1/2" EXPANSION JOINT PER STO, INSULATE CAVITY ADVANCED FRAMING, 5/8" WALL BOARD SINGLE PLT. 3/4" FURR FRAMING (INSTALLATION) 5/8" OSB, AIR BARRIER, VAPOR RETARDER 5-1/2" DENSE-PACK CELLULOSE INSULATION, 2X6 FRAMING @ 24" O.C. ADVANCED STICK FRAMING SCHEDULED BASE SCHEDULED FLOORING SCHEDULED 1/4" SELF-LEVELING COMPOUND WITH ELECTRIC IN-FLOOR HEATING MATS PER MECH. PLAN 3/4 PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR 11-7/8" I-JOIST 3-1/2" RECYCLED COTTON FIBER INSULATION 3-1/8" INSULATED RIM, R-11 E US HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t ADVANCED FRAMING, SINGLE PLT. TYPICAL ASSEMBLY 3-1/2" RECYCLED COTTON FIBER INSULATION (SOUND ATTENUATION) 5/8" WALL BOARD RESILIENT CHANNEL 5-1/2" DENSE-PACK CELLULOSE INSULATION, 2X6 FRAMING @ 16" O.C. OR ADVANCED STICK FRAMING
  • 10. R.O. EXT. ALUM. SILL EXT. ALUM. SILL R.O. INT. WOOD SILL INT. WOOD SILL TRACK TRACK DC260 DECK CONNECTION? U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t TYPICAL WINDOW DETAILS 4:57 PM; TE Studio, Ltd.
  • 11. U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t VENTILATION - SCHEMATIC
  • 12. DESIGN HEATLOAD HEATLOAD BASED RESERVE FACTOR FOR HEATING (SF) HEATED SF (W/SF) AREA AVAILABLE HEATLOAD WITH PER HEATED SF HEATLOAD PER ENVELOPE (W) ON HEATLOSS RESERVE (W) EXTERIOR THROUGH FLOOR (W/SF) BSMT 2 337.00 1169.19 2338.37 3.469 6.939 1ST FLR 2 573.00 724.10 1448.20 1.264 2.527 2ND FLR 2 439.00 1217.71 2435.43 2.774 5.548 CHECK 1349.00 3111.00 6222.00 REQ'D AREA OF MAT MANF. CATALOGUE) WATTS PER FLOOR ACTUAL RESERVE CORRESPONDING (SELECTED FROM HEATLOAD WITH MATT AREA (SF) (SF AT 12 W/SF) HEATLOAD (W) THERMOSTAT RESERVE (W) (@ 12 W/SF) WATTAGE SIZE (SF) FLOOR ROOM VOLT AMP MASTER BEDROOM 177.00 490.97 981.94 81.83 81 972 98% 240 4.1 X 2ND FLR STUDY/ GUEST 120.00 332.86 665.72 55.48 56 672 102% 240 2.8 2469.6 X 2ND FLR BATH 142.00 393.88 787.77 65.65 68.8 825.6 110% 240 3.4 X LIVING 177.67 224.52 449.03 37.42 39.3 471.6 110% 240 2.0 DINING 177.67 224.52 449.03 37.42 36 432 92% 240 1.8 X 1ST FLR 1515.6 KITCHEN 177.67 224.52 449.03 37.42 36 432 92% 240 1.8 POWDER ROOM 40.00 50.55 101.10 8.42 15 180 256% 240 0.8 X FAMILY 111.00 385.10 770.21 64.18 64 768 99% 240 3.2 FAMILY 111.00 385.10 770.21 64.18 64 768 99% 240 3.2 X BASEMENT 2352 HOBBY 68.00 235.92 471.84 39.32 40 480 103% 240 2.0 BATH 47.00 163.06 326.12 27.18 28 336 106% 240 1.4 X TOTALS 1349.00 3111.00 6222.00 518.50 528.1 6337.2 26.5 U SE ACTUAL RESERVE WATTAGE 3226.20 HO S SI VE o ods PA in t w he ACTUAL OVERALL RESERVE FACTOR 104% HEATING SYSTEM
  • 13. U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t DOMESTIC HOT WATER - SCHEMATIC
  • 14. Utilisation Factor Heat Generator (Project) Annual Energy Demand, Space Heating 0.0 0.0 0.0 Annual Energy Demand, DHW (without DHW Wash&Dish) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Non-Electric Demand, DHW Wash&Dish (Electricity worksheet) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Non-Electric Demand Cooking/Drying (Gas) (Blatt Strom) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Total - Other 0.0 0.0 0.0 CO2 -Emission Factor (CO2 - Cooling with Electric Heat Pump PE Value Equivalent) kWh/kWh g/kWh Covered Fraction of Cooling Demand (Project) 100% 2.7 680 Heat Source Electricity Annual Cooling COP 3.2 Energy Demand Space Cooling 0.3 0.8 0.2 Heating, Cooling, DHW, Auxiliary and Household Electricity 26.8 72.4 18.2 Total PE Value 72.4 kWh/(m!a) Total Emissions CO2-Equivalent 18.2 kg/(m!a) (Yes/No) Primary Energy Requirement 120 kWh/(m!a) Yes Heating, DHW, Auxiliary Electricity (No Household Applications) 17.5 47.3 11.9 Specific PE Demand - Mechanical System 47.3 kWh/(m!a) Total Emissions CO2-Equivalent 11.9 kg/(m!a) Solar Electricity kWh/a PE Value (Savings) CO2 -Emission Factor Planned Annual Electricity Generation Separate Calculation 6500 kWh/kWh g/kWh 0.7 250 Specific Demand 42.5 29.7 10.6 PE Value: Conservation by Solar Electricity 84.9 kWh/(m!a) CO2 -Emissions Avoided Due to Solar Electricity 18.3 kg/(m!a) E HO U s SE Konk IV o od SS he w PA in t ENERGY
  • 15. Passive House Verification Photo or Drawing Building: Passive House in the Woods Location and Climate: Town of Hudson, WI Minneapolis TMY3 Street: Kirkwood Way North Postcode/City: Town of Hudson, WI 54016 Country: USA Building Type: Single Family Detached Home Owner(s) / Client(s): Gary Konkol Street: 1 Kinsman Postcode/City: Hudson, WI 54016 Architect: Tim Eian/TE Studio, Ltd. Street: 3429 Benjamin St. NE Postcode/City: Minneapolis, MN 55418 Mechanical System: TE Studio, Ltd. Street: 3429 Benjamin St. NE Postcode/City: Minneapolis, MN 55418 Year of Construction: 2009 0.17 A/V Ratio: Number of Dwelling Units: 1 Interior Temperature: 20.0 °C Enclosed Volume Ve: 916.8 m3 Internal Heat Gains: 2.1 W/m2 Number of Occupants: 2.0 Specific Demands with Reference to the Treated Floor Area Treated Floor Area: 153.1 m2 Applied: Annual Method PH Certificate: Fulfilled? Specific Space Heat Demand: 14 kWh/(m2 a) 15 kWh/(m2 a) Yes Annual Heat Demand QH 2208 kWh/a Pressurization Test Result: 0.6 h-1 0.6 h-1 Yes Specific Primary Energy Demand (DHW, Heating, Cooling, Auxiliary and Household Electricity) : 73 kWh/(m2 a) 120 kWh/(m2a) Yes Specific Primary Energy Demand (DHW, Heating and Auxiliary Electricity): 48 kWh/(m2 a) Specific Primary Energy Demand Energy Conservation by Solar Electricity: 74 kWh/(m2 a) Heating Load: 20 W/m2 Heating Load PH 3111 W Frequency of Overheating: 2 % over 25 °C Specific Useful Cooling Energy Demand: 1 kWh/(m a)2 15 kWh/(m2a) Yes E US E HO s Cooling Load: 7 W/m2 IV o od SS he w PA in t VERIFICATION PAGE We confirm that the values given herein have been Issued on: determined following the PHPP methodology and based on the characteristic values of the building. The calculations signed: with PHPP are attached to this application.
  • 16. TM U SE HO E s IV o od SS he w PA in t CERTIFICATION GOALS
  • 17. Thank You

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