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Introduction to the Independent Project Design. General Engineering Polytechnic University January 2000. Project Definition House Design Specifications General Construction Structural Construction Pricing. Progress Submissions Final Submissions What to look for Point Distribution

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Introduction to the independent project design

Introduction to the Independent Project Design

General Engineering

Polytechnic University

January 2000


Overview

Project Definition

House Design Specifications

General Construction

Structural Construction

Pricing

Progress Submissions

Final Submissions

What to look for

Point Distribution

Extra Credit

Overview


Project definition

Project Definition

  • Design layout of a 1-story house

  • Two twelve person independent design project

  • Twelve week design period

  • Paper Design (DCAD) and Computer-Controlled Scaled Model of the house

    *Extra Credit: A 3D model done on Design Cad


House design specifications

House Design Specifications

  • AREA:

    • 2500 sq. ft. max (for the house only)

    • Plot of land will be decided by the group

  • OTHER:

    • Floor Area to External Opening Area must at least have a ratio10% (i.e. glass windows, and glass doors)

    • At least one form of secondary egress

    • House Foundation is free

  • BUDGET: $60,000 max

    NOTE: If a garage is required:

    - extra 200 sq. ft. and $2000 are allotted


General construction

General Construction

  • Floor and ceiling joists run the length of the house and are placed 2.5’ apart o.c. (on center)

  • Beams run from floor to ceiling and are place 1.33’ apart o.c.

Refer to reference section for glossary of construction terms p.102


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General Construction

Beams: run from floor to ceiling

1.33’ on center

2.5’ on center

Joists:

run the length of the house


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General Construction

  • Dimensions given as

    • width * length, or

    • width * height, or

    • width * depth * length

  • Dimension in engineering format

    (e.g.: 1.50 feet is a SET PRECISION OF 2 DECIMAL Points)


Structural construction

Structural Construction

  • Walls

    • Outer walls - 0.5 feet thick (6 inches)

      • Brick wall  No plywood but insulation & studs

      • Shingles  Plywood and tarpaper needed

    • Inner walls - 0.3 feet thick (4 inches)


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Structural Construction

  • Doors

    • Outer doors – 4.0 feet wide

    • Inner doors – 3.0 feet wide (3 inches)

  • Windows are 2.5 feet wide (minimum)*

    • Any window can be used if less than 5.0 feet (i.e. double hung)

    • More than 5.0 feet must be picture window

*Standard size, windows may be bigger


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Structural Construction

  • Plywood placed on

    • floor

    • ceiling

    • outer walls

  • Sheetrock placed on

    • All walls, inside and outside

    • Inner walls need sheetrock on both sides.

  • Roof

    • assume flat for cost estimate

    • angle/slope for aesthetic

      • Must be 5 degrees to 15 degrees elevation


Plumbing

Plumbing

  • Main lines (cold and sewage) enter from the front of house

  • Hot and cold water pipes must run under the house

  • Sewage pipes must run outside the house

  • Only one sewage line can enter a room at one time

  • Piping placed the shortest distance from the fixture to the front of the house


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Plumbing

  • Must turn at right angles

  • Three types of pipes, create legend to identify each:

    • cold water = 0.16 feet blue centered line

    • hot water = 0.16 feet red centered line

    • sewage = 0.5 feet black solid line


Electrical

Electrical

  • Symbol must be placed perpendicular to a wall

  • Must indicate location of:

220 Volts Lights

S

Switches 110 Volts


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Electrical

  • Switches must be connected to the light with a beveled dashed line

S


Electrical2

Electrical

  • Outlets must be perpendicular to the wall

  • Outlets must be placed roughly every 8 feet

  • 220 outlets should be placed in the utility room and the kitchen

    • Electric Stove

    • Hot water heater

    • Boiler


Pricing

Pricing

  • “General Construction” Costs:

    • Screws, nails, ceramic & vinyl tile, house’s foundation

    • Cost of labor for pouring concrete

    • Installation of electric fixtures and wiring, joists, beams, plywood, paneling, aluminum siding, brick, sheetrock, etc…….

    • See Appendix for prices


Design cad drawings

DESIGN CAD DRAWINGS

  • Include what layer and what revision

  • Include information such as company name…

  • Scale the border 10 times on the x and y axis and paste it into its own layer

  • Floor plan must be scaled to 10 feet=1 inch


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DESIGN CAD DRAWINGS

  • Layers

    • Main floor plan

      • Walls, doors, windows and plumbing fixtures (sinks, tubs, toilets, etc.)

      • Room labels

    • Plumbing(hot/cold water lines and sewage)

    • Electrical(switches, outlets, lights, etc.)

  • Font size


Sample pricing

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Sample Pricing


Recitations

Recitations

A SureTrak chart presented at each recitation

  • DETAILED

    • Indicate who is doing which activity

  • LOOK OUT FOR PAINTBRUSH

  • TOTAL FLOAT

  • MILESTONE (8th week)


Introduction to the independent project design

SURETRAK


Scaled model

Scaled Model

Materials

  • Foam Board

  • LED’s & Wires

  • Open Lab tools

    *Extra materials will be at student’s expense.

    NO REIMBURSEMENTS!


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Scaled Model

Specifications

  • Scale: 4 feet = 1 inch (for length, height and width)

  • Maximum model of 1.09 sq. feet


Introduction to the independent project design

LabVIEW


Final submissions

Final Submissions

  • Report

    (double-spaced)

    • design specifications - egress & ventilation

    • location of the house and its affects on the design

    • type/size of family

    • cost-efficiency of house

    • reasons for any unusual features

    • roof design

    • changes in original design and why


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Final Submissions

  • Report

    • Fully dimensioned, scaled floor plans with electrical and plumbing symbols.

    • Two fully dimensioned elevation views. Most detailed view.

    • A cost estimate prepared on an Excel spreadsheet.


Final presentation

Final Presentation

  • During the last lab class

  • 10 minutes per group

  • Purpose: To sell the house

    • Using specifics such as

      • House design

      • Special features

      • Geographical location

      • Cost of construction


Point distribution for project

Point Distribution for Project

  • Recitations= 15%

  • Final Report = 35%

    • Technical= 20%

    • Grammatical = 15%

  • Model= 20%

  • Lab VIEW= 5%

  • Final Presentation = 25%

NOTE: The Independent Project counts to 25% of your final grade for the course


Point distribution for final report

Point Distribution for Final Report

  • Body of Report =30%

  • Floor plan =30%

  • Electrical =10%

  • Plumbing =10%

  • Elevation Views=10%

  • Cost Estimate =10%


Extra credit

Extra Credit

  • 3D computer model of the house

    • Information on how to create a 3D computer model can be found in the DesignCAD97 User’s Guide, pages 108-120

NOTE: Extra Credit task is worth 10 points.


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Break up class into groups of 2

    (TA’s will assign the groups)

  • Work should be distributed evenly between partners

  • Project work done during open lab and non-presentation recitations


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