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  1. 1. Renewable Energyand sustainable urban design Done by : Presented To : Fatima Qasrawi Dr.Maher Fattash
  2. 2. Objectives:• Renewable energy applications.• Example.
  3. 3. Renewable energy and sustainable urban designThe Preservation of environment and reducing the usageof traditional energy has become the aim that must beachieved whenever possible. The designers andimplementers of construction and in cooperation withspecialists in various fields related to constructionshould consider in the beginning of the urban planningproject, designs ideas that allow getting internalenvironment appropriate for the users of thisconstruction with the minimum amount possible ofenergy especially electrical energy.
  4. 4. Renewable energy applications in the construction 1-Solar Power 2-Wind energy 3-Geothermal 4-Biomass (organic materials) 5-Water power
  5. 5. Solar power Is heat that reaches the earths surface in the form of sunlight is one of the main sources of renewable energy. Figure[1]
  6. 6. Solar Power : Solar heat that reaches the earths surface in the form of sunlight is one of the main sources of renewable energy non- exposed to finish and can convert solar energy into other forms of energy usable across five ways key: use direct sunlight, focus solar heat, convert sunlight into energy power. In addition to it main role in the revitalization of some other renewable energy sources as the solar heat is one of the cause of the movement of wind and because of it organic materials grow which are used in turn to generate clean energy. We can benefit of the suns rays directly positively or negatively in the construction as well as can be benefit from them through converted into electrical energy is clean in several ways. Look at Figure[1]
  7. 7. Wind energy: • Energy received from the movement of the wind across the earth. This energy is a result of the heating of our oceans, earth, and atmosphere by the sun.Figure [2]
  8. 8. Wind energy • in the past , wind movement was used in the operation of some equipment such as windmills to grind grain or raise water for irrigation . currently , wind power used to move the turbines to generate clean electricity that can be used for multiple purposes , where the distribution of a number of these turbines in the semblance of farms in the circumference to construction or around the cities are stored electricity generated and then distributed through a network of electricity to buildings .
  9. 9. Geothermal Is the energy produced from geothermal resources Figure[3]
  10. 10. Geothermal Geothermal• Is the energy produced from geothermal resources,is passed on the wire near the surface of the earths crust, and can be used directly in the protection of buildings from severe climate fluctuations and other by establish buildings of underground earth shetering. Also can be obtained by drilling wells to allow the exit of magma , hot water or water vapor, gases and the resulting heat used in turn to run turbines to generate electric power.Look at Figure[3]
  11. 11. Biomass energy It is the energy that can be obtained by using some organic materials such as plants or animals waste
  12. 12. Biomass(organic materials)• It is the energy that can be obtained by using some organic materials such as plants or animals waste . and it is a renewable energy because it is not need to long periods of time for its composition, such as a caol and petroleum. The oldest ways to get energy from organic valley is the burning of wood and other organic dry materials to grt the heat for cooking or for heating or water heating, which in turn is used to generate electricity . recently, animal waste or dermal used through decomposition in the anaerobic digester of the anaerobic digester to produce some gases such as methane, which in turn is used to run turbines to generate energy .
  13. 13. Water power Diversion of natural water on the surface of the earth to kinetic energy
  14. 14. Water powerDiversion of natural water on the surface of theearth to the kinetic energy was used for somepurposes, but the wider use at present are byconverting the movement of water into electricalenergy, and it is done through three mainmethods are:1- hydro power collects falling water2- hydro-schemes harness energy from fastflowing rivers3- tidal power stations
  15. 15. Example 1-Masdar city• Masdar will employ a variety of renewable power resources. Among the first construction projects will be a 40 to 60 megawatt solar power plant, built by the German firm Conergy, which will supply power for all other construction activity This will later be followed by a larger facility, and additional solar panels will be placed on rooftops to provide supplemental solar energy totaling 130 megawatts. Wind farms will be established outside the citys perimeter capable of producing up to 20 megawatts, and the city intends to utilize geothermal energy as well. In addition, Masdar plans to host the worlds largest hydrogen power plant
  16. 16. 1-Masdar city
  17. 17. Wind tower
  18. 18. Masdar Institute solar pannels
  19. 19. Thank You