Passive housing activites

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Passive housing activites

  1. 1. Passive HousingBarry Mattimoe 1
  2. 2. Activity 1 Create a model of a passive home with accompanying workings drawings. Pupils should draw on their knowledge of passive design from previous lessons.Barry Mattimoe 2
  3. 3. Working Drawings Working drawing of home must include the following: Ground floor must include the following: Kitchen, Office, Living area, Utility, Bathroom. First floor must include: Three bedrooms, Bathroom and Storage room Pupils should indicate front, back of the house on the drawings in relation to North, South, East and West direction.Barry Mattimoe 3
  4. 4. Working drawings Ground floorBarry Mattimoe 4
  5. 5. Working Drawings First floorBarry Mattimoe 5
  6. 6. Model of passive home Pupils are to make model homes of a passive home which will show the following: Position of windows (with emphasis on size) in relation to room it represents from working drawings. Positioning of solar heat collectors Orientation of home on base (in accordance to working drawing)Barry Mattimoe 6
  7. 7. Aims of activity Pupils will show an understanding of how rooms should be placed in home to make best use of natural daylight (working drawings) Pupils will show what size windows would be used on each facade of the home in relation to where the positioned the rooms in their working drawings Pupils will develop their knowledge of passive home design from creating working drawing and model home which are interlinked.Barry Mattimoe 7
  8. 8. Activity 2 Foundation Modelling Traditional Strip Foundation vs. Passive Insulated Foundation Pupils will create sectional models of both foundations. When the models are created pupils will identify where cold bridging is likely to occur in the traditional strip foundation. The pupils will then be able to identify how this has been prevented in the passive insulated foundation.Barry Mattimoe 8
  9. 9. Aims of activity Pupils will identify where cold bridging may occur in traditional strip foundation (internal and external walls) Pupils will create models of both foundations which will improve their craft skills and also help them visualize how foundations are created. Pupils identify how insulated foundation prevents cold bridgingBarry Mattimoe 9

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