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AE Senior Thesis2010

Buffalo State CollegeScience Building – Phase 1

Marie Ostrowski - Lighting/Electrical - April 14, 2010

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INTRODUCTION

  • Project Overview
  • College within the State University of New York system
    • School of Natural and Social Sciences
  • New Science Building Phase 1 Addition - 96,000 ft2
  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • Criteria:
    • Maintain Architect’s theme + Design Intent
    • Establish energy consumption/savings
    • Evaluate alternative motor controller arrangement

Buffalo State College

BSC Campus

source: www.maps.google.com

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Courtesy of Cannon Design

source: www.buffalostate.edu

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LIGHTING DEPTH

pts

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary

Director’s Office *

Genetics Teaching Lab

Facade

Atrium

*Not presented

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LIGHTING DEPTH – WORKING SPACE

GENETICS TEACHING LAB

F13

F14

F15

F16

F17

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • Goals
    • Flexible, efficient space
  • Criteria
    • LPD ≤ 1.4 W/ft2
    • 50 fc at task plane (36”)
    • Uniformity at Task Surfaces
  • Materials:

Furniture

Flooring

Walls

Ceiling

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LIGHTING DEPTH – WORKING SPACE

2)

1 )

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • Performance:
    • LPD = 1.29W/ft2
    • Maximum ceiling luminance = 550 cd/m2

2 )

3)

2 ) Average Illuminance: 33.75 fcSwitched Ambient, Board + Perimeter On

3) Average Illuminance: 22.98 fcSwitched Ambient, Board On

Average Illuminance: 52.64 fcAll ambient and perimeter on

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LIGHTING DEPTH – OUTDOOR SPACE

FACADE

L1 F11 F12

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • Goals
    • Expose interior corridor walls, create depth with varying light levels
  • Criteria
    • LPD :
      • 30 W/lin. Ft. (Entrance)
      • 1 W/lin. Ft. (Walkway)
  • 0.2 W/sq. ft (Façade)
    • 5fc at the entrance and walkway
  • Materials:
    • Alternating aluminum and clear glass panels
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LIGHTING DEPTH – OUTDOOR SPACE

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • Performance:
    • LPD complies with 26W to spare considering the 5% unrestricted allowance
  • Average walkway illuminance 3.7fc
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LIGHTING DEPTH – ATRIUM

atrium

F6 F7 F8 M1

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • Goals
    • Highlight height of space, create a sense of movement, mimic rectilinear geometries
  • Criteria
    • LPD :
      • 0.6 W/ft2 (Level 1)
      • 0.5 W/ft2 (Level 2 + 3)
    • Horizontal Illuminance: 10fc
  • Materials:

A

B

A

B

Existing Walls

Corridor Walls

Ceiling

Floor/Accent Wall

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LIGHTING DEPTH – ATRIUM

atrium

F6 F7 F8 M1

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • Goals
    • Highlight height of space, create a sense of movement, mimic rectilinear geometries
  • Criteria
    • LPD :
      • 0.6 W/ft2 (Level 1)
      • 0.5 W/ft2 (Level 2 + 3)
    • Horizontal Illuminance: 10fc
  • Materials:

A

B

A

B

Existing Walls

Corridor Walls

Ceiling

Floor/Accent Wall

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LIGHTING DEPTH – ATRIUM

atrium

F6 F7 F8 M1

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • Goals
    • Highlight height of space, create a sense of movement, mimic rectilinear geometries
  • Criteria
    • LPD :
      • 0.6 W/ft2 (Level 1)
      • 0.5 W/ft2 (Level 2 + 3)
    • Horizontal Illuminance: 10fc
  • Materials:

A

B

A

B

Existing Walls

Corridor Walls

Ceiling

Floor/Accent Wall

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LIGHTING DEPTH – ATRIUM

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • Performance:
    • LPD
      • Level One = 0.62
      • Level Two = 0.28
      • Level Three = 0.35
    • Complies Overall
  • Average Illuminance
    • One: 12.84 fc
    • Two: 12.54 fc
    • Three: 18.67 fc
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DAYLIGHTING

EXISTING SYSTEMS

Available Daylight

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
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DAYLIGHTING

  • Proposed redesign
    • Electric Light Integration
    • - Open Loop Switching
    • - Three Zones
    • Energy Savings Summary
  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
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ACOUSTICAL BREADTH

  • ACOUSTICS
  • Carpeting vs. Tile Flooring
    • Existing
    • Level One Replaced w/ Carpeting
    • All Atrium Flooring Replaced w/ Carpeting
  • Comparison at 1,000 Hz
  • Target Range: 1.3-1.9 s
  • Results:
    • RT = 1.75
    • RT = 1.36
    • RT = 1.16
  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
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LED STUDY

LED Luminaire Options

  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
  • 21 luminaires arranged perpendicular to tables
  • 2) 16 luminaires parallel and in between lab tables

Scenario 1

Scenario 2

Average Illuminance: 44.4 fc

Payback Period: 16 years

Average Illuminance: 41.5 fc

Payback Period: 7 years

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ELECTRICAL DEPTH

  • Motor Controller Center Design
  • Existing Distribution
  • Direct Replacement: Motor Loads = 2867.9 A
  • Removing Chillers: Motor Loads = 1341.9 A
    • -reduces size of incoming feeder bus
  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
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PROJECT SUMMARY

  • summary
    • LIGHTING: Illuminated spaces to satisfy IESNA standards and ASHRAE power requirements
    • DAYLIGHTING: Reduced annual energy consumption by over 50% with integrated photosensor system
    • ACOUSTICS: Validated improvements with alternative flooring; not critical to implement
    • LED STUDY: Alternative general illumination system for labs insufficient
    • ELECTRICAL: MCC designed for mechanical penthouse is not practical
  • Introduction & Project Overview
  • Lighting Depth
    • Working Space
    • FacadeAtrium
  • Daylighting (MAE)
  • Acoustical Breadth
  • LED Study (Honors)
  • Electrical Depth
  • Project Summary
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Acknowledgements

Thank you to:

AE FacultyCannon Design

Family

Classmates + Friends

thank you

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