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Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Florida International University, Miami, FL


EML 4551
A SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT
PREPARED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF
THE REQUIREMENT FOR
THE DEGREE OF
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
IN
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

HVAC System Design


Submitted By:
John Montoya
Ludwin Molina
Georgette Martinez
Frantz G. Pean
April 12, 2007

FACULTY ADVISOR

Dr. Yong Tao

This report is written in partial fulfillment of the requirements in EML 4551. The
contents represent the opinion of the authors and not the Department of Mechanical and
Materials Engineering

Table of Contents

Front Matter..............................................................................................................5
Background ...............................................................................................................6
Problem Statement....................................................................................................7
Literature Review .....................................................................................................9
Proposed Design Summary Project 2....................................................................12
Drawing Tree Project 2 ..........................................................................................13
Project Planning......................................................................................................14
Project Timeline and Task Breakdown.14
Engineering Analysis Summary ............................................................................15
Appendix A ..............................................................................................................30
Appendix B ..............................................................................................................32
Appendix C ..............................................................................................................39

List of Tables
Table 1:Zone Distribution.........15
Table 2:ImClone Design Parameter.....16
Table 3:ImClone Indoor Heat Gains....16
Table 4: ImClone Hours of Operation.. ...16
Table 5: Lab Floor TA...17
Table 6: Lab Ceiling TA ...17
Table 7: External Wall TOS..17
Table 8: Internal Wall Partition TA.17
Table 9: Window Detail.17
Table 10: ImClone Ventilation Criteria.......23
Table 11: ImClone Maximum Noise Criteria..24
Table 12: Diffuser Selection First Floor...24
Table 13: Diffuser Selection Mezzanine Floor..24
Table 14: Diffuser Selection Second Floor Offices, Hallways, Conference. ..25
Table 15: Diffuser Selection Second Floor Labs...26
Table 16: Diffuser Selection Third Floor Offices, Hallways, Conference27
Table 17: Diffuser Selection Third Floor Labs..28

List of Figures
Figure 1: Total Cooling Loads, Office Rooms 1st & Mezzanine18
Figure 2: Total Airflow Rate, Office Rooms 1st & Mezzanine Floors....18
Figure 3: Total Cooling Loads, Lab Rooms 2nd Floor ....19
Figure 4: Total Airflow Rate, Lab Rooms 2nd Floor....19
Figure 5: Total Cooling Loads, Office Rooms 2nd Floor..20
Figure 6: Total Airflow Rate, Office Rooms 2nd Floor.....20
Figure 7: Total Cooling Loads, Labs/Equipment Rooms 3rd Floor ...21
Figure 8: Total Airflow Rate, Labs/Equipment Rooms 3rd Floor ..21
Figure 9: Total Airflow Rate, Office Rooms 3rd Floor ....22
Figure 10: Total Airflow Rate, Office Rooms 3rd Floor ..22

Team Statement:
Our main goal as future engineers is to ensure the safety, welfare, and health of
the public, as well as the safety of the environment.

________
John Montoya
Team Leader

___/___ /___

________
Frantz G. Pean
Team Member

___/___ /___

________
Georgette Martinez
Team Member

___/___ /___

________
Ludwin Molina
Team Member

___/___ /___

Ethical Statement:
We have read and acknowledge the NSPE Code of Ethics for Engineers. Our preliminary
and final proposed designs have been performed applying the code of ethics for
engineers, to ensure the safety, welfare, and health of the public.
Environmental Impact Statement:
We have taken into account the impact of the preliminary and final proposed design to
the environment. Our proposal ensures that no hazardous or toxic materials are used in
our design, especially those that harm both, humans, and the environment.

Background:
The need for well ventilated indoor areas is highly important to provide a healthy,
safe, and a productive environment for the public use. Based on this criterion we have
decided to design a HVAC system for a building to be remodeled in New York City to
continue enhancing the quality of indoor ventilation.
The HVAC system design project will allow us to apply all gained knowledge of
thermodynamics, heat transfer, as well as those skills learned in our design electives,
serving as a live practice to provide a functional economical, environmental sensitive and
sustainable design. The system is to provide for the needs of the building occupants for a
life cycle of 20 years. This project will take us through the steps of designing a complete
air conditioning system starting with organizing design parameters and geographical data,
load calculation, diffuser selection, duct design and sizing, and finally equipment
selection.

Problem Statement

Faculty Advisor:

Professor Yong X. Tao

Team Members:

John Montoya
Ludwin A. Molina
Georgette Martinez
Frantz Gerald Pean

Project Leader:

John Montoya

Name of Project 2: HVAC System Design


1. Goal:
To provide heating, ventilation, and air conditioning for a building renovation.

2. Objectives:

Design a functional, economical, environmentally sensitive, and


sustainable design that will provide for the needs of actual and future
building occupants.

Improve indoor environment quality and minimize impact of the HVAC


system on the environment.

3. Form and functionality:

Total space 1000 ft from South to North and 160 ft from West to East

The design should be in synergy with the architectural design

The design should have sustainability with the ASHRAE green guide and
the US green Building counsel Rating System

4. Challenge of the design:


Many typical designs apply to a renovation project for a commercial
building, for the case of our project/competition, certain criteria is to be met beyond
what common designs may offer. The system should have a low 20 year life cycle
cost, a low environmental impact, as well as a creative high performance green design
that sinks with the architectural design.

5. Design Constraints:

Must meet the performance requirements such as the comfort


temperature/humidity based on ASHRAE standard 55

Energy consumption should be 20% or less than ASHRAE standard 90.1

Must meet capacity requirements such as peak gain/loss

Must fit in available space

First cost should not exceed the established budget

Operating Cost and life cycle

Flexibility for future changes

6. Intended client:

ImClone

ASHRAE Student Design Competition

Literature Review
Textbooks
- Incropera, Frank P., and David P. Dewitt, 2002, Introduction to Heat Transfer, 4th ed,
John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ.
- McQuiston, Faye C., Jerald D. Parker, and Jeffrey D. Spitler, 2005, Heating, Ventilating
and Air Conditioning Analysis and Design, 6th ed, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ.
- Munson, Bruce R., Donald F. Young, and Theodore H. Okiishi, 2002, Fundamentals of
Fluid Mechanics, 4th ed, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ.
- Rizzoni, Giorgio, 2004, Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering, Rev. 4th
ed, McGraw-Hill, Boston.
- Shigley, Joseph E., Charles R. Mischke, and Richard G. Budynas, 2003, Mechanical
Engineering Design, 7th ed, McGraw-Hill, New York.
Books
- Althouse, Andrew D., Carl H. Turnquist, and Alfred F. Bracciano, 2004, Modern
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, 18th ed, Goodheart-Willcox, Tinley Park, IL.
- Bas, Edward, 2004, Indoor Air Quality, 2nd ed, Fairmont Press, Lilburn, GA.
- Burroughs, H.E., and Shirley J. Hansen, 2004, Managing Indoor Air Quality, 3rd ed,
Fairmont Press, Lilburn, GA.
- Haines, Roger W., and Douglas C. Hittle, 2005, Control Systems for Heating,
Ventilating, and Air Conditioning, 6th ed, Springer, New York.
- Haines, Roger W., and Lewis C. Wilson, 2003, HVAC Systems Design Handbook, 4th
ed, McGraw-Hill, New York.
- Heinsohn, Robert J., and John M. Cimbala, 2003, Indoor Air Quality Engineering:
Environmental Health and Control of Indoor Pollutants, Marcel Dekker, New York.
- Levenhagen, John I., 1999, HVAC Control System Design Diagrams, McGraw-Hill,
New York
- Mahoney, Edward F., 2006, Electricity, Electronics, and Wiring Diagrams for
HVAC/R, 2nd ed, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
- Moravek, Joseph, Frank Miller, and Wilma Miller, 2004, Blueprints and Plans for
HVAC, Thomson Delmar, Clifton Park, NY.

- Pita, Edward G., 2002, Air Conditioning Principles and Systems: An Energy Approach,
4th ed, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
- Rosaler, Robert C., ed, 2004, The HVAC Handbook, McGraw-Hill, New York.
- Smith, Russell E., 2006, Electricity for Refrigeration, Heating, and Air Conditioning,
7th ed, Thomson Delmar, Clifton Park, NY.
- Tenenbaum, David, 1990, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Toolbox Manual,
Prentice Hall, New York.
- Vedavarz, A., Sunil Kumar, Muhammed Iqbal Hussain, and Ali Vendavarz, 2006,
HVAC: Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning Handbook for Design & Implementation,
Industrial Press, New York.
- Whitman, Bill, Bill Johnson, and John Tomczyck, 2005, Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning Technology, 5th ed, Thomson Delmar, Clifton Park, NY.
Government/Professional Design Code and Regulation Set
- Ross, Donald E., 2004, HVAC Design Guide for Tall Commercial Buildings, American
Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Atlanta, GA.
- Sauer, Harry J. Jr., Ronald H. Howell, and William J. Coad, 2005, Principles of
Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating
and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Atlanta, GA.
Best Five Sources
Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Analysis and Design, as well as
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, are the two main sources to be used in our project.
The HVAC textbook is the one used by Florida International Universitys HVAC
certificate program for all the required HVAC electives. This textbook will provide us
with fundamental HVAC equations, explanation of air conditioning equipment, basic
design layouts, and a guide on applying heat transfer and fluid mechanic concepts to
solve HVAC situations. The fluid mechanics textbook, will be used to analyze certain air
and liquid flow problems that our project will encounter. This book will be used since it
goes into great depth regarding these topics as opposed to the HVAC textbook which
briefly discusses these areas.

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Since textbooks are more theoretical than practical, we have listed several books
that specialist in the field of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning have written. Since
our project involves heat transfer, fluid mechanics, electricity, and fundamental HVAC
concepts, we have provided reference books to help us in all these areas. However,
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology and HVAC: Heating Ventilation & Air
Conditioning Handbook for Design & Implementation are two recently published books
that will provide insight on modern design, implementations, and analysis of HVAC
systems.

With any design project, you have to abide by certain government and industry
standards and regulations. We have listed HVAC Design Guide for Tall Commercial
Buildings and Principles of Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning as two
professional industry references. Both these books are published by the American Society
of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers. The book on HVAC
principles will provide additional insight on concepts and analysis. However, since the
second portion of our design project involves the design layout of an air conditioning
system for a building, the book HVAC Design Guide for Tall Commercial Buildings will
be of great use.
.

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Proposed Design Summary Project 2: HVAC System Design


For this project, we are provided the floor plans for the renovation of the ImClone facility
which consists of five floors. The first and second floors are relatively small since they
share the floors with UPS who are of no concern for our project. The third and fourth
floors are solely ImClones which contain numerous laboratories and office space.
Finally the fifth floor is regarded as the equipment floor where the air condition systems
supporting equipment is to be located. In the appendices are the main floor plans of the
five floors in small scale that where provided by ImClone. After the thermal loads are
calculated, and the system is designed, the ducts are to be drawn on these floor plans.
However, the final product is to be presented and printed in a large scale drawing for the
final presentation and report.

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Drawing Tree Project 2: HVAC System Design


HVAC System Design
FPD
Floor Plans
FPD1-1
First Floor
FPD1-1F1

Elevations
FPD1-2
South and East Building
Elevation
FPD1-2E1

Sections
FPD1-3

Progress Report 1
R1
Building Sections
FPD1-3S1
Progress Report 2
R2

Second Floor
FPD1-1F2
Third Floor
FPD1-1F3
Fourth Floor
FPD1-1F4
Fifth Floor
FPD1-1F5

Design Project Org.

North and West Building


Elevation
FPD1-2E2

Building Elevation Details


FPD1-2E3

Enlarged Building
Sections
FPD1-3S2

Progress Report 3
R3
Final Report
R4
Final Presentation
N1
Key
Floor Plan Drawing FPD
Reports R
Presentation - N
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Project Timeline and Task Breakdown Project 2

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Engineering Analysis

Project 2: HVAC System Design


Area Calculation and Zone Division
In order to conduct the thermal load analysis in the software HvacLoadExplorer, the areas
of every room and space in the building that will be considered for air conditioning has to
be calculated. After analyzing the complex blueprints of the building floors, the areas of
the rooms were calculated by using the area command in AutoCad. This has proven to be
a time consuming procedure but extremely important. Without these areas, the thermal
load analysis can not be performed to due the necessary information required by the
program. After the areas were completely calculated, the building was divided into zones
to calculate the thermal load of the building by small sections which can be computed by
the 4 members of the team. Table 1 shows the description of the preliminary zone
distribution.
Table 1: Zone Distribution
Zone
1
2
3
4
5

Space Covered
First Floor and Mezzanine (all rooms, hallways, and spaces)
Labs Second floor
Offices, open spaces, hallways, and equipment rooms in second floor
Labs Third floor
Offices, open spaces, hallways, and equipment rooms in third floor

Thermal Load Analysis of the Building


The heat load into and out of the building based on the structure, climate and internal heat
generation must be evaluated by rooms as well as for the entire building. ASHRAE
climate tables will facilitate the collection and research of geographic and meteorological
data. The outdoor and indoor design condition and the dimensions of the walls, floors,
and roof must be determined as well. The results of the load analysis will determine the
amount of heat that must be removed from the interior of the residence in order to
determine the cooling load for the air conditioning system. Using the conduction heat
transfer equation, the rate of heat transfer through each exposed material surface can be
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calculated. All the required ASHRAE and heat transfer algorithms are employed by
HvacLoadExplorer in order to compute the cooling and heating loads. The program uses
a hierarchy design tree format by subdividing the building into zones, the zones into
rooms, and finally by adding the heat loads per room. The heat gains imputed per room
were provided by ImClone, as design specifications, in the following categories: lighting
gain, equipment gain, heat gain from occupants, infiltration, and floor, roof, and wall
elements. The following tables from 2 to 4 are the design specifications provided by
ImClone, tables from 5 to 8 describe wall, floor, and roof elements assumed by the team
by following recommendations by ImClone and common building materials.
Table 2: ImClone Design Parameters:
Design Parameter
Outdoor Design Conditions
Indoor Design Conditions
Laboratory
Mechanical , Electrical,
Equipment Rooms

Description
Summer: 89 F DB and 76 F WB
Winter: 13 F DB
Summer: 75 F DB, 55 5% max RH
Winter: 72 F DB, 25 % max RH
Summer: 72 F 2 F DB, 55 5% RH
Winter: 72 F 2 F DB, 25 5% RH
Summer: Ventilated only using outdoor, 104 F DB max
no humidity control
Winter: 60 F DB no humidity control

Table 3: ImClone Indoor Heat Gains:


Type

Laboratories

Occupants

1 person/ 200 sq ft

Lighting
Power

1.5 watts/sq ft
5 watts/ sq ft

Offices
Per occupancy by chair on plans
or 1 person per 142.8 sq ft
1.5 watts/sq ft
5 watts/ sq ft

Equipment
Rooms
N/A
1.5 watts/sq ft
20 watts/ sq ft

Table 4: ImClone Hours of Operation:


Room
Labs
Offices
Kitchen / Cafeteria

Hour
24 hours / 7 days a week
7 a.m. 5 p.m./ 5 days a week
7 a.m. 5 p.m./ 5 days a week

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Table 5: Lab Floors TA:


Layer Name
Cast Concrete 7.4
Vinyl Tiles 0.2

Cp(Btu/[lb.F])
0.22
0.30

K(Btu.in/[hr.ft2.F])
12.00
4.20

t(in)
7.4
0.20

d( lb/ft3)
144
50

Table 6: Lab Ceiling TA


Layer Name
Ceiling air
Space 39
Insulation 3
Gypsum 0.75

Cp(Btu/[lb.F])

K(Btu.in/[hr.ft2.F])

t(in)

d( lb/ft3)

0.24

39.00

39.00

0.20
0.20

0.30
5.00

3
0.750

6
100

Table 7: External Wall TOS


Layer Name
Facing Brick 4
Air Gap 0.5
Concrete 12
Insulation 2
R11 Batt
Insulation
Gypsum Wall
Board 0.5

Cp(Btu/[lb.F])
0.19
0.00
0.20
0.20

K(Btu.in/[hr.ft2.F])
6.00
0.91
6.00
0.30

t(in)
4
0.5
12
2

d( lb/ft3)
100
0
61
6

0.23

0.32

3.5

0.30

1.08

0.5

50

Table 8: Internal Wall Partition TA


Layer Name
Gypsum Wall
Board 0.5
Insulation 4
Gypsum Wall
Board 0.5

Cp(Btu/[lb.F])

K(Btu.in/[hr.ft2.F])

t(in)

d( lb/ft3)

0.30

1.08

0.5

50

0.17

0.30

0.30

1.08

0.5

50

Table 9: Window Detail


Category
Type
Normal SHGC
Transmittance of inside shade
LW Emissivity out
LW Emissivity in
U Factor

Description
SP Clear Aluminum Frame
0.9
0.74
0.84
0.84
0.43 Btu/ (hr.ft2 .F)

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Figure 1: Total Cooling Loads, 1st and Mezzanine Floors

Figure 2: Total Air Flow, 1st and Mezzanine Floors

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Figure 3: Total Cooling Loads, Lab Rooms 2nd Floor

Figure 4: Total Airflow Rates, Lab Rooms 2nd Floor

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Figure 5: Total Cooling Loads, Office Rooms 2nd Floor

Figure 6: Total Air Flow, Office Rooms 2nd Floor

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Figure 7: Total Cooling Loads, Labs/Equipment Rooms 3rd Floor

Figure 8: Total Airflow Rate Labs/Equipment Rooms 3rd Floor

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Figure 9: Total Cooling Loads, Office Rooms 3rd Floor

Figure 10: Total Airflow Rate, Office Rooms 3rd Floor

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Ventilation Load
Using ASHRAE tables, the CFM for the desired spaces can be calculated. These tables
provide a recommended CFM per person. The number of occupants at peak time is used
when calculating CFM. The sensible, latent, and total cooling loads are found by adding
room gains to ventilation and return air gains. Based on ASHRAE standards ImClone
provides the following ventilation criteria described in table 9 which will be used in the
HvacLoadExplorer as the infiltration values.
Table 10: ImClone Ventilation Criteria:
Room
Biology Labs
Vivarium Labs
Offices
Public Restrooms

Required Ventilation
100% Outside air 8 - 10 ACH
15 25 ACH
7.5 ACH when unoccupied
15 CFM per person
75 CFM per toilette or urinal, or 6 ACH

Air Distribution Analysis


Determining what diffuser to use in the design is very important. Using HVAC
techniques to select diffusers, the noise level for each diffuser, the throw radius, and air
velocity must all be calculated to determine a suitable diffuser. The maximum noise
criteria is provided by ImClone and described in the following table. The
HvacLoadExplorer program also provides the amount of supply air needed to cool each
room to the desired temperature. It provides the flow rate for each specific hour during
day. When designing air conditioning systems, the designer always selects the worst case
scenario or the highest value. With the data from the floor plans, HvacLoadExplorer, and
noise criteria, the diffusers where selected for every room in every zone an organized in
tables 12 through 17.

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Table 11: ImClone Maximum Noise Criteria:


Room
Offices and Conference Rooms
Lobby and Corridors
Laboratories
Laboratories with fume hoods

Noise Criteria (NC)


NC 35
NC 40 - 45
NC 45
NC 50

Table 12: Diffuser Selection First Floor:


Room Number
Chemical Storage 1012
Logistic 1010
Office 1009
Animal Waste 1007
Acid Neutralization 1006
Tele/Data 1005
Electrical Room 1004
Security Room 1003
Loading/receiving 1011
Hallway 1008
Cafeteria 1016
Food Prep 1017
Lobby 1st Floor

Area
166.36
114.42
113.17
101.77
103.57
97.25
27.00
29.93
535.23
292.80
1297.93
203.49
320.37

Max
CFM
99.9
889.5
589.5
159.5
162.1
515
143
48
598.2
594
1997.6
321.2
127.3

NC

Type

45
35
35
45
45
35
35
35
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45

Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular

# of
Diffusers
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
1

Diffuser
Size
6"
14"
12"
6"
6"
12'
6"
6"
12"
10"
12"
10"
10"

Diffuser
CFM
100
955
630
160
180
550
160
80
630
270
550
330
220

Table 13: Diffuser Selection Mezzanine Floor:


Room Number

Area

Mail Room 2007


Office 2005
Office 2004
Office 2003
Equipment 2006
Hall way 2102/2101
Lobby 2nd Floor
Hall way 2103/2104
Bathroom 2104
Shell Space 2008
Open Space to 1st

547.61
184.83
140.54
130.97
193.77
397.92
283.21
143.62
162.54
1251.54
116.44

Max
CFM
1844.1
587.3
616.4
508
1026.1
147
113
57.1
60
1341.2
878.3

NC

Type

35
35
35
35
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
35
40-45
40-45

Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Sidewall
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular

# of
Diffusers
4
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
3
1

Diffuser
Size
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12" x 4"
6"
6"
6"
12"
12"

Diffuser
CFM
470
630
630
508
550
155
120
80
80
470
940

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Table 14: Diffuser Selection Second Floor Offices, Hallways, and Conference Rooms
Equipment,Warm -3014,3016B
Conference
Room-3116A
Room
Number
Conference
Room-3114B
Office-3010C
Office-3010B
Office-3010A
Office-3009
Office-3008
Office-3007
Office-3006
Office-3109
Office-3108
Office-3107
Office-3106
Office-3105
Open Office-3011
Vestibule-3201
Hallway-3200
Hallway Lobby
Lobby-3001
Electric Room-3002
Conference-3112
Tele/Data-3113
Open Office-3209
Open Office-3208
Open Office 3207
Hallway-3206
Conference-3104B
Conference-3104A
Open Offices 3129-3138
Open Offices 3127-3128
Open Offices 3117-3126
Equipment Room-3103A
Hallway-3205
Equipment Space-3075
Shared Eq. Space-3077B
Equipment Space-3069
Equipment Space-3063
Equipment Room-3059
Hallway-3204,3203,3202
Tele/Data-3055B
Elec.-3055A
Equipment Room-3052B
Equipment Space-3050
Equipment Space-3040
Equipment Space-3038
Equipment Room-3036B
Shared Equipment-3026

298.58
357.68
Area
240.66
98.87
103.69
199.13
126.74
113.14
103.99
118.52
167.31
122.7
116.75
118.32
178.55
453.48
134.99
1059.46
279.66
823.82
151.25
114.68
106.71
639.26
253.9
398.32
1543.49
328.99
179.46
3874
535.2
3883.26
133.95
369.26
48.47
98.01
189.84
186.26
177.71
509.44
113.54
77.35
106.73
192.18
193.58
187.28
102.1
299.04

1581.1
Max
707.3
CFM
462.9
394.1
209.4
1057.4
524.5
468.2
398.4
537.7
621.3
466.7
416.7
418.9
427.7
1985.2
49.8
285.4
103.3
1712.4
800.9
205.2
565.1
1016.2
1052.7
1570.8
101.6
736.3
372.4
6422
1005.3
6435.6
709.3
492.3
256.7
519
1005.2
986.3
931.9
146.8
592.8
409.6
565.2
1017.6
1025.1
991.7
540.6
1583.5

45
35
NC
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
40-45
40-45
40-45
45
35
45
35
35
35
40-45
35
35
35
35
35
45
40-45
45
45
45
45
45
40-45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45

Circular
Circular
Type
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Sidewall
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular

# 1of
1
Diffusers
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
3
1
1
1
9
2
9
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

16"
Diffuser
12"
Size
12"
10"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
10"
10"
10"
12"
6"
8" x 4"
6"
12"
14"
8"
12"
12"
12"
12"
6"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
6"
10"
12"
14"
14"
12"
8" x 4"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
16"

1680
Diffuser
C705
FM
470
390
220
550
550
470
390
550
630
470
435
435
435
705
80
110
120
630
850
210
550
550
550
550
100
785
390
785
550
3785
705
140
270
550
1060
1060
940
110
630
470
550
1100
1100
1100
550
1680

25

Table 15: Diffuser Selection Second Floor Labs

Room Number

Area

Tissue Culture-3103B
Vector Eng. Lab-3102
Cold Room-3099A
Dark Room-3099B
Media Prep-3097
Cell Development-3092
Scale Up Lab-3093
Lg. Scale Purification-3088
Sm. Scale Purification-3085
Lab-3084-3074
Cold Room-3077A
Tissue Culture-3073
Tissue Culture-3071
Tissue Culture-3067
Tissue Culture-3065
Cold Lab-3061
Glasswash Media-3058
SB X Ray-3054
Cold Room-3052A
SB Cry Man Storg-3048
Insect Cell Lab-3046
Tissue Culture-3042
Micro Scopy-3036A
Flow Cyto-3034
Tissue Culture-3032
Tissue Culture-3030
Dark Room-3028
Mammal Tiss. Cult.-3024
Robotics-3022
Mammal Tiss. Cult.-3018
Biocore Lab-3016A
Equipment, Warm -3014,3016B
Bact. Tiss.Cult-3012
Bact. Tiss.Cult-3013,3025
Biology-3033,3043,3049

149.72
841.98
220.43
89.11
225.9
377.33
444.31
383.82
901.51
2555.1
200.64
200.17
197.44
191.94
190.76
190.5
493.7
187.34
86.52
193.58
389.88
193.22
82.66
193.22
193.59
192.34
81.55
193.58
387.6
193.22
87.04
298.58
194.85
1832.36
2248.46

Max
CFM
253.1
1074.3
372.5
150.7
381.8
881.8
750.9
880.5
1523.5
9590.8
339
338.3
316.1
324.4
322.4
322
838.1
321
146.2
327.2
658.9
326.6
139.7
326.6
327.2
325.1
137.8
327.2
655.1
326.6
147.1
485.7
329.3
7797.6
9181.1

NC

Type

45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45

Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular

# of
Diffusers
1
4
1
1
1
2
3
2
3
9
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
7
9

Diffuser
Size
10"
10"
10"
6"
10"
12"
10"
12"
12"
12"
12"
10"
10"
10"
10"
10"
10"
10"
6"
10"
10"
10"
6"
10"
10"
10"
6"
10"
10"
10"
6"
8"
10"
12"
12"

Diffuser
CFM
270
270
380
150
380
470
270
470
550
1100
390
380
330
330
330
330
435
330
160
330
330
330
140
330
330
330
140
330
330
330
160
245
330
1100
1100

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Table 16: Diffuser Selection Third Floor Offices, Hallways, and Conference Rooms
Equipment Space-4040
Equipment Space-4038
Euipment Space-4028
Room Number
Euipment Space-4026
Open Office-4011,4012
Euipment Space-4024
Office-4010
Hist. equipment-4052
Office-4009
Office-4008
Office-4007
Office-4108
Office-4107
Office-4106
Office-4105
Office-4104
Open Office 4212
Hallway-4212
Conference Room-4110
Tele/Data-4109
Lobby-4001
Electrical-4002
Vestibule-4201
Bathroom-4004,4005
Hallway-4200
Hallway-4211
Break Room-4097
Hallway-4210
Locker Room4089A,4089B,4090B,4090A
Hallway-4209
Hallway-4208
Vivarium Office-4095
Open Office-4132-4128
Open Office-4127-4123
Hallway-4207
Work Area-4063
Hallway-4206,4205,4204
Bathroom-4056A,4056B
Tele/Data-4055B
Electrical-4055A
Hallway-4203
Hallway-4202
Open Office-4113-4117
Open Office-4118-4122
Open Office-4025B
Kitchenette-4110A
Library-4110B,4122
Conference Room-4112

172.62
168.34
170.93
Area
172.14
10
71.62
174.09
118.82
172.11
105.56
105.23
117.6
122.27
107.88
108.02
128.32
179.96
870
118.52
169.4
99.68
943.5
131.51
138.77
468.77
577.19
309.95
116.9
281.21

929.40
906.40
Max
905.10
CFM
926.9
3937.4
987.50
5926.7
14.30
401.60
401.30
513.30
519.00
404.80
405.10
527.70
340.10
351.30
344.00
393.30
527.80
1853.70
696.40
51.20
280.30
213.20
114.50
244.20
103.90

40-45
40-45
40-45
NC
40-45
35
40-45
35
40-45
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
40-45
35
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
35.00
40-45

Circular
Circular
Circular
Type
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Sidewall
Sidewall
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Sidewall
Sidewall
Circular
Sidewall

1
1
# 1of
Diffusers
1
61
11
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
6
1
1
2
3
1
1
2

12"
12"
Diffuser
12"
Size
12"
12"
12"
10"
12"
10"
10"
10"
10"
10"
10"
10"
8"
12" x 4"
12" x 4"
8"
12"
8"
12"
6"
6"
12" x 4"
10" x 4"
8"
8" x 4"

940
940
Diffuser
940
C940
FM
705
940
545
940
435
435
545
545
435
435
545
350
180
180
210
550
315
705
80
160
155
130
245
70

375.6

210.20

40-45

Circular

6"

160

783.69
818.01
83.84
1726.93
1789.74
229.02
113.34
585.17
411.56
114.17
77.87
535.77
551.2
1959.37
1906.74
541.67
1392.73
733.2
378.27

289.50
302.20
159.60
2766.50
3306.00
90.90
181.80
216.20
271.00
596.10
412.30
197.90
203.60
3199.40
3353.90
1482.20
3944.50
413.80
737.70

40-45
40-45
35
35
35
40-45
35
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
35
35
35
40-45
35.00
35

Sidewall
Sidewall
Circular
Circular
Circular
Sidewall
Circular
Sidewall
Circular
Circular
Circular
Sidewall
Sidewall
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular

2
2
1
6
7
1
1
3
2
1
1
4
4
7
6
2
4
2
2

12" x 4"
12" x 4"
6"
12"
12"
10" x 4"
6"
8" x 4"
6"
12"
8"
8" x 4"
8" x 4"
12"
12"
14"
16"
8"
10"

155
155
160
470
470
90
180
70
160
630
420
70
70
470
550
745
980
210
380

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Table 17: Diffuser Selection Third Floor Labs


Room Number

Area

Clean Cage Holding-4102


AWS-4100
Feed Holding-4099A
Air Lock, Animal 4098,4099B
AHR-4094
Procedure Room-4092
AHR-4088
Procedure Room-4086
Procedure Room-4084
Necropsy-4087
Transgenic Lab-4083
Surgery-4077
Procedure Room-4075
Imaging Optical-4073
Imaging X Ray-4069
Irradiator Room-4067
AHR-4082
AHR-4080
Procedure Room-4078
AHR-4076
Procedure Room-4074
AHR-4072
Procedure Room-4068
AHR-4066
Isotope Lab-4064
Isotope Lab-4062
Isotope Lab-4060
Isotope Lab-4061
Isotope Lab-4059
Cold Room-4057
Shared Darkroom-4058
Tissue Culture-4054
Lab-4053
Archme Room-4047
Lab-4043,4035
Hist. equipment-4052
Confocal Microscope-4050B
Microscope Room-4050A
Microscope Room-4048
Histology-4046
Sectioning-4044
Tissue Culture-4042
Equipment Space-4040
Equipment Space-4038

1887.14
40.38
125.63
178.52
315.6
200.14
300.52
192.3
189.5
303.64
304.17
198.35
166.2
163.05
194.08
167.27
274.45
186.3
181.57
177.73
179.08
172.45
169.81
227.11
153.06
148.37
148.99
152.45
160.66
139.71
132.02
172.86
1012.65
179.02
1258.92
172.11
85.17
86.06
174.11
164.5
174.09
172.14
172.62
168.34

Max
CFM
5633.6
68.2
212.4
301.7
1086.1
752.2
511.7
738.1
735
513.2
514.1
240.8
280.9
275.7
328
282.8
1154.5
594.5
856.3
716.1
718.3
692.9
837.6
804
673.3
654.5
408.2
257.6
274.3
241.3
226.1
292.1
3282.7
762.6
5347.6
926.7
144
145.4
294.3
278
294.2
290.9
929.4
906.4

NC

Type

45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45

Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular

# of
Diffusers
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Diffuser
Size
14"
6"
10"
10"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
10"
12"
12"
10"
12"
14"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
14"
14"
12"
12"
8"
10"
8"
8"
8"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
6"
6"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"

Diffuser
CFM
955
80
220
330
1100
785
550
785
785
550
550
270
315
315
330
315
1270
630
940
785
785
705
850
850
705
705
420
270
280
245
245
315
705
785
785
940
160
160
315
315
315
315
940
940

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Tissue Culture-4036
Tissue Culture-4034
Tissue Culture-4032
Tissue Culture-4030
Equipment Space-4028
Equipment Space-4026
Equipment Space-4024
General Tissue Culture-4029
Lab 4025

172.11
172.13
171.22
167.21
170.93
172.14
174.09
356.1
1441.06

290.9
290.9
289.4
282.7
905.1
926.9
937.4
1525.7
6114.7

45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45

Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular
Circular

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8

12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"

315
315
315
315
940
940
940
785
785

Duct Sizing and Location


After the type of air conditioning system is selected, the equipment and duct locations
can be determined. With the calculated cooling loads, desired supply air, and
architectural plans, the correct equipment can be selected and installed in convenient
spaces. The layout of the ducts through the building is determined and is recommend to
be arranged in a simple manner. Once the diffusers are located in the rooms and the duct
layout is designed, the HVAC software DUCT is used to determine the diameter and size
of all the ducts, elbows, tees, and wyes used in the building and will be provided in a
tabular format.

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Appendix A: Team Member Responsibility

Team Leader: John Montoya


Literature Review
Engineering Analysis Summary
Organizing Presentation and Progress Report
Organizing Final Proposal
Organizing First Progress Report 2007
o Improving Engineering Analysis
Calculating areas of rooms in ImClone project
Thermal Load Calculation of ImClone project
Organizing Second Progress Report 2007
o Improving Engineering Analysis
Duct Layout and design
Equipment Selection
Organizing final report
Frantz Pean
Organizing Cardboard Display
Calculating areas of rooms in ImClone project
Thermal Load Calculation of ImClone project
Duct layout and design
Organizing final Report

Ludwin Molina
Design Organization (Drawing Tree)
Organizing Presentation and Progress Report
Organizing Final Proposal.
Organizing First Progress Report 2007
Calculating areas of rooms in ImClone project
Thermal Load Calculation of ImClone project
Duct layout and design
Organizing final report
Georgette Martinez
Problem Statement
o Project Concept
o Project Statement
Project Timeline and Task Breakdown
Organizing Final Proposal
Organizing Cardboard Display
Organizing necessary ImClone floor plans.
Calculating areas of rooms in ImClone project.
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Thermal Load Calculation of ImClone project


Updating Project Timeline and Task Breakdown.
Calculating load calculation
Organizing First Progress Report 2007
Calculating areas of rooms in ImClone project
Thermal Load Calculation of ImClone project
Organizing Second Progress Report 2007
o Schedule update
o Improving Engineering Analysis
Duct layout and design
Equipment Selection
Organizing Final Report

31

Appendix B: Room Properties by Floor for HvacLoad Explorer

Room Number

Area

Chemical Storage 1012


Logist 1010
Office 1009
Animal Waste 1007
Acid Neutralization 1006
Tele/Data 1005
Electrical Room 1004
Security Room 1003
Loading/receiving 1011
Hallway 1008
Mezzanine Open Space
Cafeteria 1016
Food Prep 1017

166.36
114.42
113.17
101.77
103.57
97.25
27
29.93
535.23
292.8
460.07
1297.93
203.49

Room Number

Area

Mail Room 2007


Office 2005
Office 2004
Office 2003
Equipment 2006
Hall way 2102/2101
Lobby
Open Space
Hall way 2103/2104
Bathroom 2104
Shell Space 2008

547.61
184.83
140.54
130.97
193.77
397.92
283.21
116.44
143.62
162.54
1251.54

First Floor
External External
S
W
16.54
11.74
9.79
10.29
11.75
9.19
9.25
18.33
43.47
-

External
S
18.92
13.22
13.56
13.54
7.77
10.42
3.75
40.58

External Interior Interior


E
E
W
11
11
9.99
4.58
4.99
17.2
-

(Mezzanine floor)
External Interior
W
W
30.21
10.78
-

Interior
E
13.7
12.9
-

N of
Windows
6
3
4
3
0
0
0
4
0
0
10

Total Area
of Windows
109.98
54.99
73.32
54.99
0
0
0
73.32
0
0
183.3

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Second Floor Labs


Room Number
Tissue Culture-3103B
Vector Eng. Lab-3102
Cold Room-3099A
Dark Room-3099B
Media Prep-3097
Cell Development-3092
Scale Up Lab-3093
Lg. Scale Purification-3088
Sm. Scale Purification-3085
Lab-3084-3074
Cold Room-3077A
Tissue Culture-3073
Tissue Culture-3071
Tissue Culture-3067
Tissue Culture-3065
Cold Lab-3061
Glasswash Media-3058
SB X Ray-3054
Cold Room-3052A
SB Cry Man Storg-3048
Insect Cell Lab-3046
Tissue Culture-3042
Micro Scopy-3036A
Flow Cyto-3034
Tissue Culture-3032
Tissue Culture-3030
Dark Room-3028
Mammal Tiss. Cult.-3024
Robotics-3022
Mammal Tiss. Cult.-3018
Biocore Lab-3016A

Area

People

149.72
841.98
220.43
89.11
225.9
377.33
444.31
383.82
901.51
2555.1
200.64
200.17
197.44
191.94
190.76
190.5
493.7
187.34
86.52
193.58
389.88
193.22
82.66
193.22
193.59
192.34
81.55
193.58
387.6
193.22
87.04

0.7486
4.2099
1.10215
0.44555
1.1295
1.88665
2.22155
1.9191
4.50755
12.7755
1.0032
1.00085
0.9872
0.9597
0.9538
0.9525
2.4685
0.9367
0.4326
0.9679
1.9494
0.9661
0.4133
0.9661
0.96795
0.9617
0.40775
0.9679
1.938
0.9661
0.4352

Wall
Length ft
13.18
45.92
12.58
8.56
21.13
23.44
20.61
22.96
44.86
150.61
10.66
18.68
18.68
17.92
17.8
17.78
22.57
18.17
8.58
18.17
18
18.17
8.17
18.17
18.17
18
18
18.17
18
18
8.17

Wall
Area ft
107.15
373.33
102.28
69.59
171.79
190.57
167.56
186.66
364.71
1224.46
86.67
151.87
151.87
145.69
144.71
144.55
183.49
147.72
69.76
147.72
146.34
147.72
66.42
147.72
147.72
146.34
146.34
147.72
146.34
146.34
66.42

N of
Windows
0.00
12.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
6.00
0.00
6.00
0.00
37.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

Total
Window
Areas ft
0.00
224.93
0.00
0.00
0.00
112.46
0.00
112.46
0.00
693.53
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

Direction (CW
from North).
TA/TOS
S/TA
S/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
E/TOS
N/TA
E/TOS
E/TA
E/TOS
E/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TOS
N/TOS
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA
N/TA

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Room Number
Equipment, Warm 3014,3016B
Bact. Tiss.Cult-3012
Bact. Tiss.Cult-3013,3025
Biology-3033,3043,3049

Area

People

298.58
194.85
1832.36
2248.46

1.4929
0.97425
9.1618
11.2423

Wall
Length ft
22.96
18.17
115.51
137.54

Wall
Area ft
186.66
147.72
939.10
1118.20

N of
Windows
0.00
0.00
30.00
34.00

Total
Window
Areas ft
0.00
0.00
562.32
637.30

Direction (CW
from North).
TA/TOS
E/TA
N/TA
W/TOS
W/TOS

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Third Floor Labs & Equipment Rooms


Room Number
Clean Cage Holding-4102
AWS-4100
Feed Holding-4099A
Air Lock, Animal
4098,4099B
AHR-4094
Procedure Room-4092
AHR-4088
Procedure Room-4086
Procedure Room-4084
Necropsy-4087
Transgenic Lab-4083
Surgery-4077
Procedure Room-4075
Imaging Optical-4073
Imaging X Ray-4069
Irradiator Room-4067
AHR-4082
AHR-4080
Procedure Room-4078
AHR-4076
Procedure Room-4074
AHR-4072
Procedure Room-4068
AHR-4066
Isotope Lab-4064
Isotope Lab-4062
Isotope Lab-4060
Isotope Lab-4061
Isotope Lab-4059

Area

People

Exterior
E

Exterior
N

Exterior
W

1887.14
40.38
125.63

9.44
0.20
0.63

66.29
-

8.09
8.79

18
0
0

Total
Area of
Window
329.94
0
0

178.52
315.6
200.14
300.52
192.3
189.5
303.64
304.17
198.35
166.2
163.05
194.08
167.27
274.45
186.3
181.57
177.73
179.08
172.45
169.81
227.11
153.06
148.37
148.99
152.45
160.66

0.89
1.58
1.00
1.50
0.96
0.95
1.52
1.52
0.99
0.83
0.82
0.97
0.84
1.37
0.93
0.91
0.89
0.90
0.86
0.85
1.14
0.77
0.74
0.74
0.76
0.80

17.88
11.92
8.71
11.29
11.92
18.10
11.92
11.92
11.92
11.92
11.92
11.92
16.10
10.46
11.00
11.21
-

15.34
13.1

13.04
14.21
16.21
14.21
14.21
-

24.11
-

14.21
16.04
14.49
-

0
4
3
5
3
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
2
4
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
1
0
0

0
73.32
54.99
91.65
54.99
54.99
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
91.65
36.66
73.32
54.99
54.99
54.99
73.32
54.99
54.99
54.99
18.33
0
0

Interior Interior Interior


S
E
N

N of
Windows

35

Room Number

Area

People

Exterior
E

Exterior
N

Exterior
W

Shared Darkroom-4058
Tissue Culture-4054
Lab-4053
Archme Room-4047
Lab-4043,4035
Hist. equipment-4052
Confocal Microscope-4050B
Microscope Room-4050A
Microscope Room-4048
Histology-4046
Sectioning-4044
Tissue Culture-4042
Equipment Space-4040
Equipment Space-4038
Tissue Culture-4036
Tissue Culture-4034
Tissue Culture-4032
Tissue Culture-4030
Equipment Space-4028
Equipment Space-4026
Equipment Space-4024
General Tissue Culture-4029
Lab 4025

132.02
172.86
1012.65
179.02
1258.92
172.11
85.17
86.06
174.11
164.5
174.09
172.14
172.62
168.34
172.11
172.13
171.22
167.21
170.93
172.14
174.09
356.1
1441.06

0.66
0.86
5.06
0.90
6.29
0.86
0.43
0.43
0.87
0.82
0.87
0.86
0.86
0.84
0.86
0.86
0.86
0.84
0.85
0.86
0.87
1.78
7.21

12.48
39.46
-

46.94
11.39
80.24
24.54
91.40

Interior Interior Interior


S
E
N
8.08
7.67
16.17
16.17
16.17
16.17
16.17
16.17
16.17
16.17
16.17
-

16.17
15.83
16.17
16.17
16.17
16.17
-

N of
Windows
0
0
10
3
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
24

Total
Area of
Window
0
0
183.3
54.99
384.93
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
109.98
439.92

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Third Floor Office Rooms


Room Number

Area

People

Light
W/ft2

Equipment
W/ft2

Exterior
E

Exterior
N

Exterior
S

Open Office-4011,4012
Office-4010
Office-4009
Office-4008
Office-4007
Office-4108
Office-4107
Office-4106
Office-4105
Office-4104
Open Office 4212
Hallway-4212
Conference Room-4110
Tele/Data-4109
Lobby-4001
Electrical-4002
Vestibule-4201
Bathroom-4004,4005
Hallway-4200
Hallway-4211
Break Room-4097
Hallway-4210

1071.62
118.82
105.56
105.23
117.6
122.27
107.88
108.02
128.32
179.96
870
118.52
169.4
99.68
943.5
131.51
138.77
468.77
577.19
309.95
116.9
281.21

14.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
6.00
8.00
4.00
-

1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50

4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
-

10.15
17.38
-

18.7
10.6
9.63
9.74
10.9
10.59
9.65
9.67
10.74
18.86
18.35
-

375.6

1.50

783.69
818.01
83.84
1726.93
1789.74

2.00
12.00
37.00

1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50

4.50
4.50
4.50

Locker Room4089A,4089B,4090B,
4090A
Hallway-4209
Hallway-4208
Vivarium Office-4095
Open Office-4132-4128
Open Office-4127-4123

Exterior
W

Interior
W

Interior
S

Interior
E

Interior
N

53.26
-

30.42
14.63
26.75
57.2

14.13
9.94
6.03
-

32.93
12.7
-

14.54
-

14.67
-

71.88
101.65
-

14.03
8.63
17.85

N of
Windows

Total Area
of Window

12
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
0
5
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

219.96
54.99
36.66
36.66
54.99
54.99
36.66
36.66
54.99
0
91.65
0
0
0
91.65
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

37

Room Number

Area

People

Light
W/ft2

Equipment
W/ft2

Exterior
E

Exterior
N

Exterior
S

Exterior
W

Interior
W

Interior
S

Interior
E

Interior
N

N of
Windows

Total Area
of Window

Hallway-4207
Hallway4206,4205,4204
Bathroom4056A,4056B
Tele/Data-4055B
Electrical-4055A
Hallway-4203
Hallway-4202
Open Office-4113-4117
Open Office-4118-4122
Open Office-4025B
Kitchenette-4110A
Library-4110B,4122
Conference Room-4112

229.02

1.50

8.65

585.17

1.50

72.08

411.56
114.17
77.87
535.77
551.2
1959.37
1906.74
541.67
1392.73
733.2
378.27

17.00
30.00
8.00
?
9.00
10.00

1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50

4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50

22.71
-

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

18.08
11.75
-

116.15
107.83
23.44

6.25
36.5
-

113.47
116.01
-

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