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Green Dorm. Group 6 Bethany Corcoran Andrew Ehrich Eric Stoutenburg Kimberly Walton. Stanford Green Dorm. Living laboratory for ongoing research and education on sustainable engineering and student living Environmental Performance: Zero Carbon

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green dorm

Green Dorm

Group 6

Bethany Corcoran

Andrew Ehrich

Eric Stoutenburg

Kimberly Walton

stanford green dorm
Stanford Green Dorm
  • Living laboratory for ongoing research and education on sustainable engineering and student living
  • Environmental Performance: Zero Carbon
    • Energy consumption 20% below current best-performing row house on campus (Columbae)
    • Eliminate net carbon emissions due to operational and embodied energy use over the course of a year
green dorm features
Green Dorm Features
  • West-facing entry porch
  • Second floor roof deck supporting solar panels
  • Green roof test beds
  • Information Center with real-time performance monitoring
our decision energy and electricity generation
Our Decision: Energy and Electricity Generation
  • Options (Ongoing Research):
    • Solar Thermal Systems
      • Research by Jonas Ketterle
    • Biogas / Micro-Combined Heat and Power Systems
      • Research by Gil Masters
    • Facility Integrated Vehicle
      • Research by Paul Kreiner
    • Shower Drain Heat Exchanger
      • Research by Paul Kreiner
    • Green Roofs and Photovoltaic Arrays
      • Research by David Sheu
    • Solar Cooker
      • Research by Chi Nguyen
decisions to make baseline green or living laboratory
Decisions to Make:Baseline Green or Living Laboratory?

Baseline Green

  • Radiant Slab Heating
  • Electric Car Garage
  • Solar Orientation for Passive Heating
  • 80% Daylit Interior

Living Laboratory

  • 5 kW Fuel Cell
  • Solar Hot Water System
  • 60 kW Photovoltaic Array
  • 100% Daylit Interior
  • Greywater Heat Recovery

Possibly Affected Goals

  • First Cost
  • Lifecycle Cost
  • Lighting Quality
  • Thermal Comfort
  • Building Energy
  • Vehicle Energy
  • Proving Ground for Building Technology
  • Innovative Leadership on Campus
  • Reduced Energy Use
  • Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Electricity Quality and Reliability
possible questions and tradeoffs
Possible Questions and Tradeoffs
  • What are the costs of different technologies? How can the design team successfully navigate the potentially competing desires to minimize first cost and reduce energy use through novel and innovative technology?
  • If the Green Dorm uses a variety of new technologies, how can the design team ensure the requisite quality and reliability needed for a dorm?
  • How might the combination of a diverse set of energy and electricity generation technologies interact with each other? What technologies can simultaneously satisfy multiple goals?
  • If the Green Dorm is radically different in its design and day-to-day operation, how will that affect housing, maintenance, and facilities? Will those considerations increase the operation cost, and thus possibly the cost passed on to student residents?
next steps
Next Steps
  • Identify new option(s) along with Baseline Green & Living Laboratory
  • Establish preferences
  • Analyze value
  • Make decisions & recommendations