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THIRD SEMESTER STUDY OF STUDENTS OF ARCHITECTURE.

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  1. 1. G The Energy and resources institute R earlier known as Tata Energy Resources Institute E A powerful and effective E combination of modern science N and traditional knowledge. Project details Site location : 30 km south of Delhi, in northern Haryana at GUAL PAHARI B Site includes : Forestry , Micro propagation technology park (MTP) , Patchy greens, Retreat centre , Golf range , Golf Course U Site area Climate : 36 hectares : Composite I Building type : Institutional Architects : Sanjay Prakash and Teri L Year of start/completion :1997–2000 Cost of the project Civil works : Rs 23.6 million; Electrical works - Rs 2.5 million D Cost of various technologies : Rs 18.54 million I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  2. 2. SITE PLAN G R E E N B U I N L D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  3. 3. G R E E N B U N I L D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  4. 4. RETREAT CENTRE G R E E N B U • Residential training facility for executives • Self sufficent & independent of external supply I • Two seminar blocks one behind the other L • South block comprises of 24 single occupancy & 6 suites • north block comprises the conference hall for 100 people with D dining space with kitchen, recreational area , computer room and library. I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  5. 5. GEOMETRY OF THE BLOCK G R • The north block is made slightly E concave towards the front. South forms a hybrid convex surface E facing the winter sun. N • The point of the south block broadly falls on the surface of large imaginary cones that B generated the slightly free U geometry & this allow the architecture to break away the I grid iron apporach normally L associated with solar architecture. D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  6. 6. BASIC DESIGN VECTORS G • To integrate functionality of building with energy applications. R • To minimize energy demand in the building through architectural E intervention. (eg. Passive concepts such as solar radiation, lattice work for shading, insulation and landscaping). E • To meet the space conditioning and lighting demands through N energy efficient system. • To meet the electric energy demands using renewable energy sources B U I L D Solar lights used in gardens Solar street lights I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  7. 7. DESIGN FEATURES G R • Roof insulated with vermiculite concrete and china mosaic white finish. • Insulated walls using expanded polystyrene insulation. E E N B Vermiculite concrete China mosaic white finish polystyrene insulation skylights U • Shading devices and fenestration have been designed to cut off summer I sun & let in winter sun. L • Glare free day lights used through specially designed skylights. D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  8. 8. • Building designed as such wind direction can be redirected. G • Deciduous trees used in the south to shade the building in summers. R • in winters these shed their leaves thus letting in winter sun • Building oriented along east west axis so as to have maximum exposure E along north-south. E • South side partially sunk into ground to reduce heat gains and loses. • East and west devoid of opening are shaded N B U I L D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  9. 9. ENERGY EFFICIENT SYSTEM ( EAT) • Four tunnels of 70m long and 70cm diameter layed at a depth of 4m. G • Four fans of 2 hp each force force the air in and solar chimney force the air R out of the rooms. • Temp. remains 26 C 4m deep in gurgaon throught year. E • Rooms cooled at 28 C when temp. is 40 degree during daytime in summers. E • In winters temp. recorded was 22 degree when the ambient temp. was 10 degree Celsius. N B EARTH AIR TUNNEL (EAT Solar chimney U I L D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  10. 10. AMMONIA ABSORPTION CHILLERS G • A set of eco-friendly chillers run on R LPG and require minimum energy 9kw. E E • As LPG is non-renewable sources of energy so efforts are made to run N the chillers on producer gas generated by wood burning gasifires. B • For conference hall of 100 people temperature requires less than 25 U degree Celsius which can be attained I by these chillers. L D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  11. 11. ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHTENING G R • Uses energy efficient compact fluorescent lamps in the residential E quarters, corridors, lobby & toilets. E • The conference rooms enjoy glare free N daylight through skylights. • Time based controls switch off lights at B present time. U I L skylights D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  12. 12. ROOT ZONE SYSTEM G R E E N PHRAGMITES PLANT WATER COLLECTING SYSTEM B U • Waste water is recycled by ‘root zone’ technique in which the roots of phragmites plants with special capabilities of collecting the waste at the I roots are used to clean the water which is used for irrigation. It cleans L 5metre cube of water every day. D • Water harvesting and watershed management are proposed in entire I area. NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  13. 13. RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEM G R • SOLAR HOT WATER PANELS E • 24 hot water panel forms a part of parapet walls inclined at 70 degree E instead of 45 degree. N • Fulfills the daily requirement of 2000 litres daily at 65 degree B celsius. U • In winters gas derived from I burning twigs, dry leaves etc. serves as a back up source to heat the L water. D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  14. 14. BIOMASS GASIFIER SYSTEM G R The biomass gasifier is the main source of power during the day E Apart from fuelwood, the gasifier can also use straw, small twigs and branches, and other E crop residue. To make such fuel easy to handle, N it is chopped into small pieces which are pressed together to form compact cakes or briquettes. The 50-kilowatt gasifier runs a B generator, whose diesel requirements have been cut down to 30% after appropriate U modifications; the rest of the fuel comes from I the gasifier in the form of producer gas. One unit of electricity produced needs 1 kg biomass L and 90 ml of diesel. D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  15. 15. Photovoltaic panels G Solar water heater taps the suns energy directly, a R series of photovoltaic panels capture the energy and store it by charging a bank of batteries. A E number of panels, each measuring 1.1 by 1.2 E metres, are joined and form an integral part of the roof of the building. The panels can generate up N to 10.7 kilowatts peak of energy, which is fed into a 900 ampere-hour/240 volt battery bank. Independent panels power most of the lights B located outside the building. Each such light has a pair of small photovoltaic panels (roughly a metre U wide and half a metre tall) and is thus a self- I sufficient stand-alone unit. The sun is the powering force of RETREAT, where L Photovoltaic panels also run a water solar panels are used to form a solar roof pump D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S
  16. 16. G ABHINAV VERMA R E E N B U I L GAURAV YADAV D I NBuilding services - III D.O.A, D.C.R.U.S.T GAURAV & ABHINAV G CLIMATOLOGY MURTHAL S

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