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GREEN DORM Energy Technologies. Group 6 Bethany Corcoran Andrew Ehrich Eric Stoutenburg Kimberly Walton. The Stanford Delivery Process: Where Are We?. Feasibility Phase Completed Waiting for Board of Trustees Approval to begin Schematic Design

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Green dorm energy technologies

GREEN DORMEnergy Technologies

Group 6

Bethany Corcoran

Andrew Ehrich

Eric Stoutenburg

Kimberly Walton


The stanford delivery process where are we

The Stanford Delivery Process:Where Are We?

  • Feasibility Phase Completed

  • Waiting for Board of Trustees Approval to begin Schematic Design

  • Design options have been proposed, but no decisions have been determined


Current state narrative

Current State Narrative


Future state narrative

Future State Narrative


Green dorm energy technologies

Project Manager


Goal model evolution

Goal Model Evolution

2. Insert additional goals to form comprehensive list for energy technologies

1. Extract goals from existing list that relate to energy technologies

  • - Comparable Student Cost

- Innovative Leadership on Campus

- Realistic New Technologies

- Electricity Quality and Reliability

3. Organize goals to create balanced model

  • Remove some goals

  • Add/Combine some goals:

- Ease of Operation and Maintenance

- Incorporates Ongoing Research

- Model for Sustainable Living


Goal model

Goal Model


Options

Options

  • Biogas Digestor

  • Microturbine

  • Fuel Cell

  • Stirling Engine

  • Photovoltaic Cells

  • Electric Vehicles

  • Energy Efficiency: Smart Grid & Smart Building

  • Geothermal Heat Pump

  • Solar Water Heater

  • Greywater Heat Recovery

  • Radiant Slab Heating

  • Natural Gas


Biogas digestor

Biogas Digestor

  • Reactor tank

  • Produces methane gas from anaerobic digestion

  • Odor issues?

  • Ongoing research by Gil Masters and Craig Criddle


Microturbine

Microturbine

  • Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

  • Save 40 - 50% of energy compared to conventional power plant

  • Ongoing research by Gil Masters and Craig Criddle


Fuel cell

Fuel Cell

  • Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

  • Save 40 - 50% of energy compared to conventional power plant

  • Ongoing research by Gil Masters and Craig Criddle


Stirling engine

Stirling Engine

  • Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

  • Capture and use waste heat from small power plants located at the end use

  • Save 40 - 50% of energy compared to conventional power plant

  • Ongoing research by Gil Masters and Craig Criddle


Photovoltaic cells

Photovoltaic Cells

  • Use sunlight to generate electricity

  • Renewable resource

  • Low operation and maintenance involved

  • Ongoing research by David Sheu


Electric vehicles

Electric Vehicles

  • Store extra electricity in plug-in hybrid vehicle, use as emergency generator

  • Electricity equivalent ≈ $1/gallon

  • By charging during off-peak hours, 70% of light-vehicle miles could run on today’s electricity grid

  • Ongoing research by Paul Kreiner


Energy efficiency smart grid smart building

Energy Efficiency: Smart Grid & Smart Building

  • Monitor electricity rates

  • Adjust building electricity usage dynamically

  • Minimize electricity costs


Geothermal heat pump

Geothermal Heat Pump

  • Pumps heat to or from the ground into building

  • Uses less electricity than typical furnace

  • Can also be reversed for air conditioning


Solar water heater

Solar Water Heater

  • Passive: Integral Collector Storage (ICS)

  • Potentially no pump, no controller, no sensors, but depends heavily on climate and time-of-use

  • Ongoing research by Jonas Ketterle


Greywater heat recovery

Greywater Heat Recovery

  • Ongoin research by Paul Kreiner

  • Take heat from used shower water and turn into energy


Radiant slab heating

Radiant Slab Heating

  • Run tubing inside floor to move heat through building

  • Heat rises up from floor to the air

  • Feet always warm

  • Currently used in some Stanford graduate student housing


Plug and play thermal energy system

“Plug and Play” Thermal-Energy System


Option packages

Gil's Choice (Everything)

Biogas Digester

Microturbine

Fuel Cell

Stirling Engine

Photovoltaic Cells

Electric Vehicles

Energy Efficiency: Smart Grid & Smart Building

Geothermal Heat Pump

Solar Hot Water Heater

Greywater Heat Recovery

Radiant Slab Heating

Natural Gas

Option Packages

Solar-Electric

Photovoltaic Cells

Electric Vehicles

Energy Efficiency: Smart Grid & Smart Building

Geothermal Heat Pump

Solar Hot Water Heater

Greywater Heat Recovery

Radiant Slab Heating

Combined Heat and Power

Biogas Digester

Microturbine

Fuel Cell

Stirling Engine

Natural Gas

Radiant Slab Heating

Improved Baseline Green

Photovoltaic Cells

Energy Efficiency: Smart Grid & Smart Building

Geothermal Heat Pump

Solar Hot Water Heater

Radiant Slab Heating


Green dorm energy technologies

Solar-Electric


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