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Overview
• Problem Statement
• Building Overview
• Mechanical System
• Electrical Plan
• Cost Analysis
• LEED Analysis
• F...
Problem Statement
• Design a state of the art building for State University of
New York (S.U.N.Y) using renewable resource...
4ELEMENT ENGINEERING -
Wayne State University Team 2
Movie Slide
5ELEMENT ENGINEERING -
Wayne State University Team 2
•To Activate Movie, exit presentation
and right click on ...
Building Architectural Design
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Wayne State University Team 2
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Building Floor Plan
Faculty Offices
(Southwest Corner)
Student Organ...
Solar Energy
Wind Energy
Building
Hydrogen Storage
Steam Methane
Reformer
PEM Fuel Cell
Energy Flow Diagram
8ELEMENT ENGIN...
Wind
Energy
• Inland Long Island Avg.
Wind Speed – 6 m/s (13
mph)
• Bergey 10 kW EXCEL
Horizontal Turbine.
• 10 Wind Turbi...
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Solar
Energy
• General Electric GEPV –
165 Photovoltaic cells
• 700 Panels
• Rated1 kW per 93 ft2
• Installation Cost – $5...
Steam Reformer
Selected HGM3000 made by H2Gen Innovations, Inc.
12
PEM Fuel Cell
INPUT:
Source: Hydrogen, Coolant Water,
and Air
Efficiency : 53%
Hydrogen
Q<=2137 L/Min
Input Pressure: 515-...
14
Building Energy Loading
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Wayne State University Team 2
Heating
• Natural gas boiler (906 kBtu/hr, flow rate of 45 gal/min)
• Boiler produces hot water for heat exchanger
• Suppl...
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Electrical Plan
Mechanical Cost Analysis
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Wayne State University Team 2
LEED Analysis
Categories
Sustainable Sites -12/14 pts
Water Efficiency – 4/5 pts
Energy and Atmosphere- All (prerequisite)...
20
Marketing
• Independent of grid
• Natural Daylighting
• Water Savings
• Renewable Sources
• PEM Fuel Cell
• Room for fu...
Wayne State University Team 2 Presentation (2009)
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Wayne State University Team 2 Presentation at the 2009 Hydrogen Student Design Contest

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Wayne State University Team 2 Presentation (2009)

  1. 1. Overview • Problem Statement • Building Overview • Mechanical System • Electrical Plan • Cost Analysis • LEED Analysis • Failure Analysis • Marketing 2ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2
  2. 2. Problem Statement • Design a state of the art building for State University of New York (S.U.N.Y) using renewable resources and hydrogen to produce electricity for the building’s energy needs. The proposed design will use green technologies and follow LEED standards to reduce the impact on the environment and be more efficient than the baseline energy load. This includes a design that is realistic, practical, and reduce pollution while staying within the $28 Million budget. 3ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2
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  4. 4. Movie Slide 5ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2 •To Activate Movie, exit presentation and right click on the ‘.wmv’ file and select ‘Packaged Content’ and then select ‘Activate Content’
  5. 5. Building Architectural Design ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2 6
  6. 6. ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2 7 Building Floor Plan Faculty Offices (Southwest Corner) Student Organization Offices (Northwest Corner) Kitchen and Lounging Areas Bookstore (SE Corner) Auditorium (NE Corner) Overall Building Floor Plan
  7. 7. Solar Energy Wind Energy Building Hydrogen Storage Steam Methane Reformer PEM Fuel Cell Energy Flow Diagram 8ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2
  8. 8. Wind Energy • Inland Long Island Avg. Wind Speed – 6 m/s (13 mph) • Bergey 10 kW EXCEL Horizontal Turbine. • 10 Wind Turbines generating 50 kW • Total Cost $ 522,000.00 • Wind Energy Output – 1200 kWh/day 9ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2
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  10. 10. Solar Energy • General Electric GEPV – 165 Photovoltaic cells • 700 Panels • Rated1 kW per 93 ft2 • Installation Cost – $5000 per kW • Total Cost $1,379,490.00 • Solar Energy Output – 577.5 kWh/day 11ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2
  11. 11. Steam Reformer Selected HGM3000 made by H2Gen Innovations, Inc. 12
  12. 12. PEM Fuel Cell INPUT: Source: Hydrogen, Coolant Water, and Air Efficiency : 53% Hydrogen Q<=2137 L/Min Input Pressure: 515-584 KPa H2 Temp.: 2-35*C H2 purity> 99.99% Air Q<=10625 L/Min P=1ATM H2 Temp.: 2-35*C Coolant Water Q=437.5 L/Min T=40-55*C Resistivity>= 200 Kohm *cm 1.6 hr of HGM 3000 = 1 hr of PEM FC OUTPUT: Power: 75 KW Voltage: 450V Current:0-350 Amp Operating Hours: 0.5 Hr Energy Rate: 75 kWh/Day Cost: $ 1,500,000 Product Life: 10,000 hrs 13ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2
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  14. 14. Building Energy Loading 15ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2
  15. 15. Heating • Natural gas boiler (906 kBtu/hr, flow rate of 45 gal/min) • Boiler produces hot water for heat exchanger • Supplies Energy to heat up outside air by ventilation fan Cooling • Building cooled by absorption chiller • Help to alleviate the electrical load • Absorption chiller use of Natural Gas • Require a chilled water loop capacity of 1.56 MBTU/hr • Flow rate of 315 gal/min • Carrier 16DJ 108 ton absorption chiller meets these requirements and is approved to meet ASHRAE 90.1 building energy standards Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning 16ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2
  16. 16. ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2 17 Electrical Plan
  17. 17. Mechanical Cost Analysis 18ELEMENT ENGINEERING - Wayne State University Team 2
  18. 18. LEED Analysis Categories Sustainable Sites -12/14 pts Water Efficiency – 4/5 pts Energy and Atmosphere- All (prerequisite) Optimize Energy Performance- 5/10 pts Onsite Renewable Energy – 7/7 pts Materials and Resources – 6/13 pts Indoor Environmental Quality – 12/15 pts Innovation and Design Process – 2/5 pts TOTAL 48/69 pts GOLD RATING
  19. 19. 20 Marketing • Independent of grid • Natural Daylighting • Water Savings • Renewable Sources • PEM Fuel Cell • Room for future expansion Future Expansion Plan Thank You Questions & Comments??

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