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WORKING DRAWINGS KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY | FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN

ARCHITECUTURE DEPARTMENT | WORKING DRAWING 473 | STUDENT WORKS


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WORKING DRAWINGS


WORKING DRAWINGS KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY | FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN ARCHITECUTURE DEPARTMENT | WORKING DRAWING 473 | STUDENT WORKS

WORKING DRAWINGS

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CONTENT

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CONTENT 1 | INTRODUCTION 1-1 | COURSE OBJECTIVES 1-2 | WORKING DRAWINGS 1-3 | BIM VS CAD

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2 | COURSE MEMBERS 2-1 | INSTRUCTORS 2-2 | STUDENTS

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3 | PROJECTS 3-1 | PLANAR HOUSE 3-2 | CANTILEVER HOUSE 3-3 | LINEAR HOUSE

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4 | GALLERY

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0-2 | CONTENT

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INTRODUCTION

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 1-1


INTRODUCTION Within the scope of both courses: Working Drawings 1 and Working Drawings 2, that span over two academic semesters the students are expected to prepare a complete set of design and detailed construction drawings for a zero-energy vacation house located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The course seeks to develop a student’s awareness, abilities and skills of buildings parts and components and relationships to each other. Through weekly exercises, students are familiarized with building systems and material specifications. Achieving a coordination between the various types of working drawings is essential; structural, electrical, plumbing and HVAC as well as architectural detailing. The concept development process involves the integration of renewable energy generation systems such as BIPV and small wind turbines. Therefore, it is imperative for the students to be able to continually conduct calculations and run simulations to assess building performance throughout the different design and working drawings stages. Moreover, students should constantly expect changes and modifications in their designs -similar to real life experience- from the instructors. For this purpose, students are expected to work in groups of three and to master the use of BIM software and to understand its potential in the development of well-coordinated building projects. This process involves manipulation of different building systems to achieve their architectural design objective. Having believed that the purpose of working drawings is to transform a dream building into a constructible one the participants should consider themselves solution providers and thus they may use different media and illustration facilities to explain their ideas. Model making for instance is part of the research process to study, analyze and the development of details. Developing models for small scale construction details using real materials like concrete, is not only fun, it helps understand how materials behave and the challenges involved in the preparation process.

1-2 | INTRODUCTION

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WORKING DRAWINGS Is the information prepared by designers, which is passed to a construction team to enable a project to be constructed … Production information may include: 1- Drawings, such as working drawings. 2- Specifications. 3- Bills of quantities or schedules of work. Working drawings provide dimensioned, graphical information that can be used; by a contractor to construct the works, or by suppliers to fabricate components of the works or to assemble or install components. Working drawings include: 1- Architectural drawings 2- Structural drawings 3- Civil drawings 4- Mechanical drawings 5- Electrical drawings 6- Plumbing drawings Traditionally, working drawings consist of 2 dimensional orthogonal projections of the building or component they are describing, such as plans, sections and elevations. These may be drawn to scale by hand, or prepared using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software or through building information modelling (BIM) which creates 3 dimensional representations of buildings and their components for construction. Working drawings may include title blocks, dimensions, notation and symbols. It is important that these are consistent with industry standards so that their precise meaning is clear and can be understood. Specification information can be included on working drawings. The scale at which drawings are prepared should reflect the level of detail of the information they are required to convey. Different line thicknesses can be used to provide greater clarity for certain elements. Working drawings might be prepared for; statutory approvals, for contractors to plan the construction works, to provide instructions on site, for the procurement of components, for the preparation of shop drawings, for the appointment of subcontractors and so on. Responsibility for the preparation of production information will depend on the selected system of procurement and the chosen form of contract. Working drawings may be updated when the works are complete to show ‘as constructed’ information, reflecting changes to the works that may have occurred during the construction process.

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Reference: Working Drawings | DesigningBuildings website


BIM VS CAD To Compare BIM against CAD, we will list the advantages of BIM over CAD, and draw a conclusion: BIM advantages: 1- Quickly create and review multiple design scenarios. 2- Offers many tools to create schematic massing models. 3- Detailed construction-ready models, without losing any of the design intent in the first place. 4- Continuously updated database. 5- Easier to manage data accuracy and integrate all project aspects during the design phase. 6- Earlier and more accurate visualization of a design. 7- Automatic low-level corrections when changes are made to design. 8- Accurate and consistent generation of 2D drawings or 3D renderings at any stage of the design. 9- Earlier collaboration of multiple design disciplines. 10- Easier checks against design intent. This will result in better specifications, estimations, schedules, and compliance, as well as the ability to produce detailed 3D models and simulate construction whenever needed. CAD still relies on passing information from the design team to the construction document team, which may lead to time waste or diverting from the design intent.

Reference: Why do we need BIM? | thebns website

1-4 | INTRODUCTION

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COURSE MEMBERS

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 2-1


INSTRUCTORS

DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI

ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI

2-2 | COURSE MEMBERS

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STUDENTS

ALBARA’A GHABBAN

HOSSAM FARGHAL

SIRAJ MANDOURAH

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SALEM MALIBARY

HOMOUD ALKHAMMASH


AZZOUZ AZZOUZ

ABDAULAZIZ ALGHAMDI

AHMED ZAINYMUTWAKIL

BADOR TAKHAH

MOAYAD ALQAHTANI 2-4 | COURSE MEMBERS

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PROJECTS

3-0 | PROJECTS

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03-01 PLANAR HOUSE


Planar House is a vacation unit designed for a couple. The house is located in Jeddah facing Obhour, it’s a two storey building that uses wood and concrete as construction elements, with an area of 135 msq. The concept emphasizes on an open plan while obtaining a zero net energy building. The building utilizes solar panels on the horizontal roof for energy gathering, combined with a small vertical wind turbine. Design team : Albara’a Ghabban - Hossam Farghal - Ahmed ZainyMutwakil


TABLE OF CONTENTS 3-1-0-1 SYMBOLS 3-1-0-2 LOCATION 3-1-0-3 CONCEPT 3-1-0-4 MATERIALS 3-1-1-1 SITE PLAN 3-1-1-2 GROUND FLOOR 3-1-1-3 BASEMENT FLOOR 3-1-2-1 SECTION A-A 3-1-2-2 SECTION B-B 3-1-3-1 DETAILS 3-1-4-1 ELEVATIONS 3-1-5-1 MEP 3-1-6-1 PHASES 3-1-8-1 MODELS 3-1-9-1 ENERGY ANALYSIS 3-1-10-1 MEDIA

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SYMBOLS



























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LOCATION

MAKKAH, JEDDAH, SHARM OBHOUR

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Reference: Google Maps


CONCEPT The concept is drawn form from an open plan, it places all the servicing area into one side of the house, while leaving the rest of the plan free. Another key element is the benefit from sea view as much possible, so we left the north facade all glass to maximise on that. While drying to pursue a good quility of life for the occupants, we also, considered the climate and obtained a zero-net energy building.

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MATERIALS Fair-faced concrete: Type: foam glass as an aggregate mixed with concrete Benefits 1- Fair-faced concrete, insulating and load-bearing from a single cast 2- Very pleasant interior climate thanks to diffusion permeability 3- No thermal bridges (condensation free) 4- The whole wall from a single source (builder) 5- Valuable contribution to environmental protection 6- Resistant, insulating walls are possible (industrial plants) Sustainable construction: Ecology: Misapor insulating concrete is based on a grain mixture that consists of 100% foam glass, that can be recycled on demolition without any problems. The high insulating capacity and the dynamic heat effects offer additional energy-saving options. Economy: Misapor insulating concrete is durable, reduces heating costs and is a worthwhile investment for generations. Indoor climate: Misapor insulating concrete creates diffusion permeable walls, the associated moisture management gives a pleasant indoor climate. The walls radiate a cosy heat, and are at a nice temperature to the touch. The sensual perception is not limited to the eye - you can also feel the uniqueness of the concrete when you touch its surface: warm and soft, almost like wood.

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Reference: Technical Manual | misapor website


SITE PLAN













1m

3m



8m 

 



  

    

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

  


GROUND PLAN 

 

1







 2



3

F1







 









 

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 





15



16

13 12

 

11 10



 

9 8

7

 

5

 







6



 

3

 



 

 







4





2

1

  





 



 



 



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1m

3m

8m


BASEMENT PLAN 

 















 













 

 17



16 15 14 13 12 11 



10

9

 

7







8

3

2

1







 



 

4











 



5



6





1m

3m

8m

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SECTION A-A









 

 





















 









 

 



 

 

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1m

3m

8m


SECTION B-B

 































 











 

1m

3m

8m

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DETAILS 2

7

6

10

3

4

5

 

1:5

5

4

6

2 1

  3 2 6 4 5

1:5

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  1:10


DETAILS 1

7

5 6 4 2

14

11

16

15 14

2 4 11

12

1:20

14

5

11

6 2





11

12

1:10

1

 

12

 15  7   1:10    1- FAIR-FACED CONCRETE 45 CM   2- WOODEN BOARD 2.5 CM 3- WOODEN COULMN  4- THERMAL INSULATION 7.5 CM  5- MOISTURE INSULATION 0.5 CM 6- AIR GAP 2.5 CM 7- GLASS  8- REINFORCED CONCRETE  9- MORTAR 10- WOOD FRAME 11- WOODEN BEAM 12- BEAM JOINT  13- CONCRETE  14- METAL SHEET  15- STUD 16- ALUMINUM   3-1-3-2 | PLANER HOUSE 



                 

29




ELEVATIONS 

 









  







  





























NORTH ELEVATION 



















  

 

 



















 













































EAST ELEVATION 

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 

 

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-4-1  

 

   

   

 

  

1m

          

3m



  



  

8m


ELEVATIONS 

 

 

  











 





 

























WEST ELEVATION 

















 

  











 





 



 



























 



















SOUTH ELEVATION 

  1m

3m

 

 



8m

   

   

 

             



3-1-4-2 | PLANER HOUSE

  



  

31


MEP

AHU

32

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-5-1

Chiller

Supply

Return

Intake

V. Stack

Supply

Drainage

Hot Water

Rain Pipe


MEP

Plumbing System - Supply and Drainage Pump

Valve

Cold Water

Hot Water

Water Gauge

Pump

Water Main

Water Closet Behind the Wall

Sump-Pit

Building Trap

Sanitary Sewers

Vent. Stack

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 



 

     

3-1-5-2  | PLANER HOUSE

  

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PHASES

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01 Digging

02 Pad

03 Moisture Insulation

04 Foundation

05 Coulmns

06 Beams

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-6-1


PHASES

07 Floors

08 Fill

10 Floors

11 Walls

09 Coulmns and load bearings wall

12 Roof

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INSULATIONS

Section A-A

Thermal Insulation

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Section B-B

Water Insulation

Thermal Insulation

Water Insulation

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-7-0 

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



 

 





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SCHEDULES Room Schedule 

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













 







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













































































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

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















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

















Grand total: 12

Structural Column Schedule 













  

  

  

  

  

 

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

 

 

 

 





Grand total: 80

Ceiling Schedule 







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





 

 

 

 





























 

 

 

 

 

 

Grand total: 3

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









  

  

  

  

  

  

  

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

   

   

   

 

 

   

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

   

   

   

   

   

   

   













Grand total: 43

  



 









































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  

     

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SCHEDULES Door Schedule 

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

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   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

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 

 

 

  

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  

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

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











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 

 

 

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 

 

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 

 

 

Grand total: 10 Window Schedule 

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 

Grand total: 4

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





 

 

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  

     

 

3-1-7-3 | PLANER HOUSE 

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DESIGN TEAM

01042016 - Design Team

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-8-1


MODELS

03092015 - Structural model for the first proposal

03092015 - Solid and void

10092015 - Preliminary design

17092015 -Proposal Second 3-1-8-2 | PLANER HOUSE

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MODELS

22102015 -The first sign of our intent concept surfacing

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-8-3


MODELS

15102015 -Third proposal

05112015 -Model showing the exterior and interior

24122015 - Sectional model to represent the spaces

24122015 - Sectional model to represent the shaft 3-1-8-4 | PLANER HOUSE

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MODELS

05112015 -Shear wall to roof connection

05112015 -Creating life

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-8-5

24122015 -Column to roof joint

10032016 - Sectional wall


MODELS

01042016 - Ahmed with models

01042016 - Baraa with models

01042016 - Hossam with models

05112015 - Skylight 3-1-8-6 | PLANER HOUSE

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MODELS

24122015 - Plumbing system supply

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-8-7

24122015 - Plumbing system drainage


MODELS

24032016 - Ground and basement floor

24032016 - living room shot

12042016 - Waiting cement to be ready 3-1-8-8 | PLANER HOUSE

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MODELS

24032016 - Planar house interior stairs

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-8-9


MODELS

24032016 - The model represent the systems in the shaft 3-1-8-10| PLANER HOUSE

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MODELS

16042016-Hossam in work

16042016 - Preparing materials

17042016 - Shear wall to wooden wall joint

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-8-11

15042016 - Thermal insulation


MODELS

24042016 - Using actual material to represent the callout 3-1-8-12 | PLANER HOUSE

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ENERGYCALCULATIONS ENERGY Concrete wall:

Typical exterior wall:

Typical interior wall: Air Gap

Air Gap

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Ext.

Wood Board

Concrete Concrete

Insulation Wood Board

U-Value = 0.15 *Layers of the MISAPOR concrete and its U-value.

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-9-1

Wood Board

U-Value = 0.229 *Layers of the exterior wall (west and south walls) with its U-value.

*Decrease in temperture and humidity in the exterior wall.

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Wood Board Wood Column Thermal Insulation Wood Board

Water Insulation

Wood Column

U-Value = 1.21 *Layers of the interior walls and its U-value.

*Decrease in temperture and humidity in the roof.


ENERGY CALCULATIONS ENERGY CALCULATIONS U-Value (Q't):

Required cooling calculations:

*Firstly we calculated Heat transmitted through elements of the envelope.

*We needed to figure out the exact cooling energy we will be needing to cover, so we can make sure our demand wont be high, as the electrical power from the cooling unit plays a key element.

Transmission through glass and shading device (Q'r):

A.C. and covered cooling:

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*Calculating the heat transmitted through direct radiation on windows.

Heat from electrical lighting (Q'i): *Here are the most important figures of the A.C. we have chosen, it also shows how much cooling it will cover. *Heat emitted from electrical lights. Lighting Heat (Q’i)

Conditioning (Q'a): Radiation (Q’r)

*Heat added from conditioning.

Wall U-Value (Q’t) Occupants (Q’i)

Heat from equipment and occupants (Q'i):

Window U-Value (Q’t)

A.C. (Q’a) Equipment (Q’i)

*Heat emitted from occupants and devices that irradiate heat.

Total Cooling Load = 5647.12 Watt

Cooling Load/m2 = 49.11 W/m2

*After summing up all the loads we get the figures that are imporatnt to our calculations, total cooling load and cooling load/m².

*Key diagram for the above shown calculations.

3-1-9-2 | PLANER HOUSE

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ENERGY ENERGY CALCULATIONS Devices Calculations:

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Tesla Car Calculations:

Lighting Calculations:

After calculating the cooling load, we selected some of the common household equipment and devices and calculated its electrical power demand. In the suggested scenario the worst case was considered having the A.C. on for 14 hours daily, furthermore, an electrical car that drives 100km/day on avergae was added, and we calculated the electrical power usage from lighting. After calculating the annual electrical energy demand for each device, a factor of simultaneous was taken into account.

Total Annual Energy Demand = 24940 kWh/a

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-9-3


ENERGY ENERGY CALCULATIONS Load Profile:

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*Load profile of a typical summer day in June for each device.

Hourly Irradiation and electricty yield of PV cells and cost(SAR):

*Detailed energy gain for every hour in a June day, plus calculation of price representation where figures in (+) means saving and (-) means spending.

Hourly electricty cycle:

*Detailed hourly flow of energy between instant use, storing and using from the grid. 3-1-9-4 | PLANER HOUSE

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ENERGY CALCULATIONS ENERGY

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*Demand peaks at late afternoon and evening, extreme demand at midnight due to car charging.

*Load profile for each device individually, high frequency of different devices used at early morning, late afternoon and evening.

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-9-5

*A.C. and car charge most demanding.


ENERGY CALCULATIONS ENERGY

50 *(left graph) From 7am to 6pm the energy gain is covering the demand and storing extra for use at night. (right graph) on days with worst case scenario the demand is higher than the supply, it evens out throughout the year.

*(left graph) Savings are high midday, suggesting more PV cells more energy stored for use at night. (right graph) On (june) days your only paying 3.3 SAR instead of 26 SAR.

*A prediction of energy managment throughout the day, only at dawn where we are actully are using from the grid on (june) days. 3-1-9-6 | PLANER HOUSE

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ENERGY ENERGYCALCULATIONS Solar calculations and yield:

50

We have used crystalline silicon cells for the conversion on solar energy into electricty, and to accuratly calculate the energy yield given by the system we used the photovoltaic geographical information system (PVGIS) that has been provided by the institute of energy and transport, Joint research center of the european commission. We determined to have 14% efficiency, this is becuase we wanted to calculate in the worst case scenario, and the cells being horizontal with no tilting, for aesthetic reasons. You will notice in the table above we had to divide by 7, this is to neglecte the kWp that the calculator uses. The figure that matters here mostly is the total energy gained under the Q`e(daily) or (monthly) /m2, this will be multiplied by the total area of PV cells. The graph (left) shows the irradiation monthly compared to the total energy gain thru the PV cells in that month.

Wind Turbine calculations and yield: To maximise on energy gain, we also, used a small wind turbine. Firstly we needed to know the wind speed distribution, we used a Wiebull distribution for wind on the location to accuratly measure how many hours to each wind speed. Then we used this formula to calculate the yield at each speed: Power=0.5 x Swept Area x Air Density x Velocity3 x Betz limit

we assumed the Betz limit was 35%, summing up we had our total energy yield from our turbine.

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-9-7


ENERGY CALCULATIONS ENERGY PV Info. & Calculations: PV cells efficiency: 14% Estimated losses due to temperature and low irradiance: 19.9% (using local ambient temperature) Estimated loss due to angular reflectance effects: 2.8% Other losses (cables, inverter etc.): 14.0% Combined PV system losses: 33.1%

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Total area of PV cells 110m2

kWp 7m2

Total Annual PV Supply = 24671 kWh/a Wind Turbine Info. & Calculations: PV cells Wind Turbines

Total Annual Wind Turbine Supply = 3035 kWh/a

3-1-9-8 | PLANER HOUSE

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ENERGY CALCULATIONS ENERGY

28

Crystalline Silicon PV Cells Area = 110 m2 Annual Energy Yield = 24,761 kWh/a

Devices & Appliances Avg. Annual Energy Consumption = 9,116 kWh/a

Lighting Avg. Annual Energy Consumption = 599 kWh/a Aeolos-V 10kW Quantity: 1 Annual Energy Yield = 3035 kWh/a A.C. Avg. Annual Energy Consumption = 8,256 kWh/a

Tesla Car (Model S) Avg. Daily Usage :100 km Charge Time (100km): 2 Hours 12 Mins Avg. Annual Energy Consumption(Daily Usage) = 6,970 kWh/a

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-9-9

Tesla Powerwall Quantity: 6 Stores upto = 60,000 kWh Power = 12,000 kWh

Demand

PV Supply

Wind Supply

Electrical Storage


MEDIA Our team has provided two videos, the first video is showcasing the evolution of project phases and an energy explenation. The Second video is a schedule tutorials using Autodesk revit, Which includes: 1- Adding Schedules. 2- Modifying Schedules. 3- Quantities and Types.

Project Video

Schedule Tutorials

3-1-10-1 | PLANER HOUSE

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03-02 CANTILEAVER HOUSE Design team : SALEM MALIBARY - SIRAJ MANDOURAH - AZOUZ AZOUZ

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WORKING DRAWINGS


A three storey house located in Saudi Arabia - Jeddah It's a vacation house which fits the needs for a wife and her husband to enjoy thier weekend days or the vacation during the year , it has the normal daily activity with a swimming pool and home theater to entertain them on those days , and it has a sea view on the west side of it which the reason that we used to rise up the building on the shear wall to extend the sea to its maximum and to decrease the footprint to the site to its minimum . which makes this building special is the cantilever part which constructed with steel members that lay on the adjacent reinforced concrete wall that work as bearing walls

Material used : Reinforced concrete

Steel

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 0-1 LOCATION 0-2 CONCEPT 1-1 SITE PLAN 1-2 BASEMENT FLOOR 1-3 GROUND FLOOR 1-4 FIRST FLOOR 2-2 SECTION A-A 2-2 SECTION B-B 3-1 DETAILS 4-1 ELEVATIONS 5-1 MEP 6-1 PHASES 8-1 ENERGY ANALYSIS 9-1 MODELS

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-0-0


LOCATION Jeddah - King abdulaziz road - Camel roundabout SITE LOCATION SITE LOCATION

JEDDAH - KING ABDULAZIZ ROAD - CAMEL ROUNDABOUT JEDDAH - KING ABDULAZIZ ROAD - CAMEL ROUNDABOUT SUN PATH Sun Path SUN PATH

KAUARCH KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

ANNUALAnnual WIND ROSE wind (SPEED) rose ANNUAL WIND ROSE (SPEED)

CANTILEVER HOUSE CANTILEVER SITE & WEATHER HOUSE SITE & WEATHER

AVERAGE AverageCONDITIONS conditions AVERAGE CONDITIONS

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI CLIENT: ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI DRAWN: ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY DRAWN: SIRAJ MANDOURAH AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

JOB / DRAWING No.

G003

3-2-0-1 | AR473 CANTILEAVER HOUSE - G003

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CONCEPT Concept of orientation/site CONCEPT OF ORIENTATION/SITE CONCEPT OF ORIENTATION/SITE

CONCEPT OF STRUCTURE Concept of structure CONCEPT OF STRUCTURE

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KAUARCH CANTILEVER HOUSE HOUSE WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-0-2CANTILEVER KAUARCH CONCEPT King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CONCEPT

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI CLIENT: ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI

JOB / DRAWING No.

DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI DRAWN: ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY DRAWN: SIRAJ MANDOURAH AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 AR473 -

G601 G601


SITE PLAN KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CLIENT:

CANTILEVER HOUSE

DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFAND DRAWN:

SITE PLAN

SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

300 mm

150 mm

0 mm

5 mm

0 mm

0 mm

0 mm

KAUARCH 1m

3m

King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE 8m

SITE PLAN

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI

67 A - A101

JOB / DRAWING No.

3-2-1-1 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE

DRAWN: SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH


BASEMENT PLAN

A

B

C

1

D

E

A301

F

G

H

1350 mm

2669 mm 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

1

21

1

UP

A303

4150 mm

6780 mm 1350 mm 1350 mm

2 2 1

1

3 150 mm

2365 mm

150 mm 1605 mm 150 mm 1645 mm 150 mm

2563 mm

1150 mm

1350 mm

4 1 A501

5915 mm

5

3000 mm

3000 mm

3000 mm

3000 mm

3000 mm

3000 mm

3000 mm

Basement 1 : 50

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-1-2

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE BASEMENT PLAN

CLIENT:

1m

DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

3m

8m JOB / DRAWING No.

A - A103


GROUND PLAN

B

C

D

E

1

F

G

H

I

J

A302 A301

1350 mm

4050 mm

1350 mm

4025 mm

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

16

17

1

18

UP

W8

1350 mm

2

A303

2700 mm

1350 mm

1 1

2 W11

1000 mm

1200 mm

1350 mm

1350 mm

1350 mm

3 1

2850 mm

1350 mm

1350 mm

4

2 A501

3000 mm

3000 mm

1025 mm

5

Ground Plan 1 : 50

CANTILEVER HOUSE

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

1m

GROUND DETAIL 3m

8m

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN:

JOB / DRAWING No.

A - A105

SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

3-2-1-3 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE

69


FIRST PLAN B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

1 A301

W11

1 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

1

18

A303

1

2

4 Elevation 2 - a

915 mm

I201

5400 mm

Elevation 1 - b

1

3

3 W11

1 Elevation 1 - a

1870 mm

2790 mm

2540 mm

I201

1200 mm

5400 mm

Elevation 1 - d

2

4 3210 mm

5 3000 mm

6064 mm

3000 mm

3000 mm

6295 mm

1 A502

3000 mm

3000 mm

24424 mm

3000 mm

12065 mm

3000 mm

3000 mm

FIRST PLAN 1 : 100

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-1-4

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE FIRST DETAIL

CLIENT: 1m DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

3m

8m JOB / DRAWING No.

A - A107


SECTION A-A J

I

H

G

F

E

D

C

B

2 A504

04 Roof 6000 mm

03 First 3000 mm

1 A506

2 A505

1 A505

02 Ground 0 mm

05.0 BASEMENT PLUMBING -3600 mm

KAUARCH 1m

King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

3m

CANTILEVER HOUSE SECTION (2)

8m

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

A304

3-2-2-1 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE

71


SECTION B-B 1

2

3

4

5

2 A503

1 A504

04 Roof 6000 mm

04 Roof 6000 mm

03 First 3000 mm

02 Ground 0 mm

03 First 3000 mm

1 A503

02 Ground 0 mm

05.0 BASEMENT PLUMBING -3600 mm

05.0 BASEMENT PLUMBING -3600 mm

2 A506

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CANTILEVER HOUSE KAUARCH WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-2-2 King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

SECTION (1)

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

A - A302


DETAILS

1 1 2 3 4 5 2 3 4 5 6

6 7

7 8

8 9

9 10 10

11

1

Section 2 - Callout 4 1:5

1. PLASTER 2. REINFORCED CONCRETE 3. MEMBRENE 4. STEEL SHEET (MEMBRENE PROTECTION )

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

2

25MM 200MM 50MM 5MM

5. L SHAPE STEEL (SUPPORTER ) 6. BOLT 7. STEEL (250MM*150MM) 8. THERMAL INSULATION 9. REINFORCED CONCRETE 10. I BEEM

CANTILEVER HOUSE CALLOUT

Section 7 - Callout 3 1:5

1. GLASS PANEL 2. MEMBRENE 5MM 3. ALUMINIUM FRAME SECTION 4. WOOD BLOCK 5. THERMAL INSULATION 50MM 6. WOOD BLOCK 7. STEEL TUBE (250MM*150MM) 8. REINFORCED CONCRETE 200MM 9. I BEEM 10. L SHAPE STEEL FINISHING 11. ALUMINIUM FRAME SECTION

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

A|-CANTILEAVER A504 3-2-3-1 HOUSE

73


DETAILS 1 2 3 4

1

148 mm

1 2

5 6

3

7

4

8

9

5

10 11 12

6

178 mm

4 5 6 7 8

178 mm

2

3

9

7

10

1

Section 7 - Callout 4 1:5

1. GLASS PANEL ( 6mm ) 2. SLIDING DOOR ALUMINIUM SECTION 3. STEEL SHEET ( PROTECTION ) 4. WOOD BLOCK ( THERMAL BRIDGE ABSORBER ) 5. FLOOR FINISHING ( 600MM*600MM TILE ) 6. MORTER 7. THERMAL INSULATION 8. REINFORCED CONCRETE 9. L SHAPE BEEM 10. I BEEM 11. STEEL SHEET ( 6MM THEMAL INSULATION PROTECTION ) 12. L SHAPE STEEL SUPPORT ( 3MM )

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KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE

WORKING DRAWINGS |CALLOUT 3-2-3-2

2

Section 7 - Callout 5 1:5

1. REINFORCED CONCRETE 01 Basement Details - Callout 1 2. WOOD TREAD 1 1:5 3. I BEEM 4. L-ANGLE-BOLTED CONNECTION 5. GLASS ALUMINIUM 1. GYPSUM BOARD 25MM 6. GLASS PANEL ( 6MM ) 2. THERMAL INSULATION 100MM 7. STEEL BEEM ( STAIR SUPPORT ) 3. METAL STUD 4. SCREW BOLT 5. WOOD ( 150MM * 25 MM ) 6. PLASTER 25MM 7. REINFORCED CONCRETE 200MM 8. THERMAL INSULATION 50MM 9. WATERPROOF MEMBRENE 5MM 10. BRICK

CLIENT:

KAUARCH

DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI

DRAWN: King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

CANTILEVER HOUSE A - A505 JOB / DRAWING No.

CALLOUT


DETAILS 1 1

2

2

3

3 4

1 4

5

2

5

6 3 4 5

7

6

8

7 8

9

9 10

6 7

1 2

02 Ground Detail - Callout 1 1:5

Section 7 - Callout 6 1:5

1. GLASS PANEL ( 6mm ) 2. SLIDING DOOR ALUMINIUM SECTION 1. GYPSUM BOARD 25MM ( 600MM*600MM TILES ) 2. THERMAL INSULATION 3. FLOOR FINISHING 100MM 4. MORTAR 3. SCREW BOLT 5.STEEL RODS ( CONNECTING TERRACE WITH INTERIOR FLOOR ) 4. METAL STUD 6. WOOD BLOCK 5. LAG SCREW 7. THERMAL 6. GLASS PANEL ( SOLAR PANEL COVERINSULATION ) 6MM 8. STEEL SHEET 450MM ( 4MM ) 7. REINFORECED CONCRETE 9. L SHAPE STEEL SHEET SUPPORT(3MM ) 8. PLASTER 25MM 10. I BEEM 9. STONE

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE

CLIENT:

CALLOUT

DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

A - A501

2

Section 2 - Callout 1 1:5

1. WOODBOARD (25MM ) 2. REINFORCED CONCRETE (200MM) 3.THERMAL INSULATION (50MM) 4. CONCRETE (70MM) 5.BRICK (200MM) 6. WATERPROOF ( 5MM ) 7. BUILDING BAD ( 200MM)

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN:

JOB / DRAWING No.

A - A506

SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

3-2-3-3 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE

75


SWIMMING POOL

2 M904

76

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE

WORKING DRAWINGS |SWIMMING 3-2-3-4

POOL

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

1m

JOB / DRAWING No.

3m

AR473 -

M903

8m


SWIMMING POOL DETAILS 1 1 2

2

1 M904

3 4

3 4 1. FIBER GLASS WATER PROOF ( 20MM ) 2. REINFORCED CONCRETE ( 450 MM ) 3. TILES ( 30*30 MM ) 4. MORTER ( 5MM )

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE CALLOUT

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

M904

3-2-3-5 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE

77


ELEVATIONS J

I

H

G

F

E

D

C

B

04 Roof 6000 mm

03 First 3000 mm

02 Ground 0 mm

North NORTH ELEVATION 1 1 : 50

78

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-4-1 Elevation

(2)

CLIENT: JOB / DRAWING No.

DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI

1m

DRAWN:

SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

3m

A - A202 8m


ELEVATIONS

1

2

3

4

5

5

4

3

2

1

04 Roof 6000 mm

04 Roof 6000 mm

03 First 3000 mm

03 First 3000 mm

02 Ground 0 mm

02 Ground 0 mm

WEST ELEVATION West 1

EAST ELEVATION East

2

1 : 50

KAUARCH 1m

3m

King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE Elevation (1)

8m

1 : 50

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

A201

3-2-4-2 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE

79


MEP HVAC

PACKAGE

AIR SUPPLY

AIR RETURN

80

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-5-1

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE HVAC

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

A - M901


MEP STACK VENT.

PLUMING

WATER TANK WATER HEATER

DR AN AIG E

SUMP PIT

LY PP SU

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

PUMP

CANTILEVER HOUSE Supply 3D

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

3-2-5-2 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

P901

81


PHASES

01 . Digging

02. Pad

05. Basement walls

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WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-6-1

03. Foundation

06. Shear walls

04. Moisure insulation

07 Ground floor


PHASES 08. Ground walls

06 Beams

11.First walls

09. Steel structure

07 Floors

10. First floor

08 Fill

12. Roof

13.Solar panel

3-2-6-2 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE

83


SCHEDULES W10 INTERIOR WALLS

W3 GYPSUM BOARD

GYPSUM BOARD

GYPSUM BOARD

THERMAL INSULATION

THERMAL INSULATION

Wall Schedule Type Mark Count W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9 W10 W11

4 10 24 2 1 4 6 1 6 3 7

Type

Function

00 swimming pool wall 00 Wall Basement 45cm 00 wall GYPSUM 15cm 00 Wall Shear with insulation 45cm 2 00 Wall Shear with insulation 45cm 3 00 Basement brick 00 Basement walls 00 Curtain Wall 00 parapet glass 00 interior wall 00 Curtain wall (Flexable)

Exterior Exterior Exterior Retaining Retaining Exterior Retaining Exterior Exterior Exterior Interior

Width 350 mm 450 mm 150 mm 500 mm 500 mm 200 mm 475 mm

210 mm

Cost SCALE 1/10

35.00 20.00 20.00 50.00 50.00 20.00 50.00 30.00 30.00 20.00 30.00

SCALE 1/10

W2 BASEMENT WALLS

W4 SHEAR WALLS PLASTER

PLASTER REINFORCED CONCRETE REINFORCED CONCRETE THERMAL INSULATION

SCALE 1/10

THERMAL INSULATION

SCALE 1/10

D2 DOOR INTERIOR SCALE 1/20

Door

Type Mark Count

84

Dooe Type

Height

Width

Function

Thickness

Material main

Cost

URL

D1

1

Sliding Door Interoir

2200 mm

1600 mm

Interior

40 mm

Wood

45.00

http://profin.fi/

D1

1

Sliding Door Interoir

2200 mm

1600 mm

Interior

40 mm

Wood

45.00

http://profin.fi/

D1

1

Sliding Door Interoir

2500 mm

1600 mm

Interior

40 mm

Wood

45.00

http://profin.fi/

D1

1

Sliding Door Interoir

2500 mm

1600 mm

Interior

40 mm

Wood

45.00

http://profin.fi/

D1

1

Sliding Door Interoir

2500 mm

1600 mm

Interior

40 mm

Wood

45.00

http://profin.fi/

D2

1

Door Interior 90cm

2200 mm

900 mm

Interior

50 mm

40.00

http://www.nanawall.com/

D3

1

Exterior Door

2541 mm

1535 mm

Exterior

60 mm

80.00

http://www.nanawall.com/

D3

1

Exterior Door

2559 mm

1159 mm

Exterior

60 mm

80.00

http://www.nanawall.com/

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-7-1

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE SCHEDULE DOOR / WALL

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

G606


SCHEDULES Structural Framing Schedule Type

Type Mark

I Beam L Shaped Shear Wall L Beam Swimming Deck Beam Shear Wall L Beam (TOP) Grand total: 85

Cost

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5

Count

30.00 30.00 60.00 15.00 60.00

URL

35 11 2 35 2

Beam.com Beam.com Beam.com Beam.com Beam.com

Structural Column Schedule Type Mark

Type

Cost

C1 Column (1) C2 Column (2) Grand total: 34

Count

40.00 40.00

URL

4 30

structure.com structure.com

Floor Schedule Type Mark C1 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11

Count 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 2 1 1

Type roof steel Pad Basement floor Floor ground 00 site ground 00 site water 00 site street 00 Floor Steel Swimming floor 00 deck Basement floor 2 Floor ground INDOOR

F2 BASEMENT FLOOR

Level 04 Roof 02 Ground 05.0 BASEMENT PLUMBING 02 Ground 02 Ground 02 Ground 02 Ground 02 Ground 02 Ground 02 Ground 02 Ground

Area

Absorptance

130.76 m² 127.61 m² 115.81 m²

0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 11742.48 m² 0.7 5985.90 m² 0.7 2145.93 m² 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 69.24 m² 0.7 22.51 m² 0.7

Structural Material

Cost

00 wall reinforced Concrete 00 Wall Concrete

Description

25.00 30.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00

00 wall reinforced Concrete

00 wall reinforced Concrete 00 wall reinforced Concrete

00 wall reinforced Concrete

TILES MORTAR THERMAL INSULATION

REINFORCED CONCRETE

F11 GROUND FLOOR C1 ROOF STEEL

TILES MORTAR THERMAL INSULATION WATERPROOF INSULATION

WATERPROOF INSULATION

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE SCHRDULES STRUCTURE / FLOOR

TILES MORTAR

F7 FLOOR STEEL

TILES MORTAR

THERMAL INSULATION WATERPROOF INSULATION REINFORCED CONCRETE

REINFORCED CONCRETE

REINFORCED CONCRETE

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

3-1-7-2 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

G607

85


ENERGY COOLING LOAD

86

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-8-1


ENERGY LOAD PROFILE

Load Profile

hours TV 75" small fridge oven washing machine heater TV 40" microwave small fridge coffee machine vacuum cleaner laptop AC lighting total per hour Tesla batteries

0 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 4390 30 6820 3.41

1 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 4390 30 6820 3.41

2 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 2650 0 5050 2.53

3 4 0 0 1200 1200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1200 1200 0 0 0 0 0 0 1750 1750 0 0 4150 4150 2.08 2.08

5 6 0 0 1200 1200 0 0 0 0 0 150 0 0 0 0 1200 1200 0 375 0 0 0 0 1750 1750 0 60 4150 4735 2.08 2.368

Yearly avg. Irradiation hourly (Wh) June avg. Irradiation hourly (Wh) June avg. E production hourly (Wh)

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

June avg. E production hourly*100m² (Wh)

0

0

0

0

0

0

7 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 2400 1.2

8 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 2400 1.2

9 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 2400 1.2

10 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 2400 1.2

11 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 2400 1.2

12 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 2400 1.2

13 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 4390 0 6790 3.395

14 0 1200 0 0 150 132 0 1200 375 0 0 4390 0 7447 3.7235

15 0 1200 2400 0 0 132 0 1200 0 0 0 2650 0 7582 3.791

0 0 0

28 86 8.656

170 260 26.17

376 450 45.293

571 643 64.718

722 811 842 798 692 532 332 780 849 879 831 740 600 420 78.51 85.4519 88.4714 83.6402 74.48 60.39 42.27

0

865.6

2617

4529.3

6471.8

7851 8545.19 8847.14 8364.02

7448

16 17 0 0 1200 1200 0 0 0 0 0 0 132 0 0 0 1200 1200 0 0 0 500 60 60 1750 1750 200 100 4542 4810 2.271 2.405

6039

4227

18 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 500 60 1750 100 4810 2.405

19 0 1200 0 500 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 1750 100 4750 2.375

20 175 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 4390 30 6820 3.41

21 175 1200 0 0 0 0 200 1200 0 0 0 4390 30 7020 3.51

22 175 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 4390 30 6820 3.41

23 0 1200 0 0 0 0 0 1200 0 0 0 4390 30 6820 3.41

total 525 28800 2400 500 300 396 200 28800 750 1000 180 54420 740 118486 4

130 15 220 55 22.14 5.5358

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

6019 6813 685.7285

2214

0

0

0

0

68572.85

553.58

3-2-8-2 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE

140000

120000

100000

87


THERMAL BRIDGE

88

CANTILEVER HOUSE

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-9-3

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

THERMAL BRIDGE INSULATION

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

G301


DIAGRAM HVAC / SUPPLY & DRAINAGE

PACKAGE

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE MEP SECTION

3-2-9-4 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE

89

CLIE

DRA

A S


STRUCTURE

4

2

1 3

1. SHEAR WALLS 2. STEEL FRAME 3. FLOOR 4. ROOF

90

CANTILEVER HOUSE

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-8-5

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

STRUCTURE 3D

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

S901


MODELS

1

2

4

6

3

5

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE MODEL PROCESS

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

3-2-9-1 | CANTILEAVER AR473 - HOUSE D905

91


MODELS

92

KAUARCH

CANTILEVER HOUSE

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-2-9-2 King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

EXTERIOR

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY SIRAJ MANDOURAH

JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

D904


INTERIOR

KAUARCH King Abdulaziz University Department of Architecture

CANTILEVER HOUSE INTERIOR

CLIENT: DR. MOHANNAD BAYOUMI ARCH. ABDUALAZIZ AFANDI DRAWN: AZOUZ AZOUZ SALEM MALIBARY

3-2-9-3 | CANTILEAVER HOUSE JOB / DRAWING No.

AR473 -

D903

93


94


LINEAR HOUSE

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㄀ 

Homoud Alkhammash | Abdulaziz Alghamdi | Badr Takhah | Moayad Algahtani 䠀伀䴀伀唀䐀 䄀䰀䬀䠀䄀䴀䴀䄀匀䠀    簀    䄀䈀䐀唀䰀䄀娀䤀娀 䄀䰀䜀䠀䄀䴀䐀䤀    簀    䈀䄀䐀刀 吀䄀䬀䠀䄀䠀

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-1-2

95


TABLE OF CONTENTS 3-3-00-1 3-3-00-2 3-3-01-1 3-3-01-2 3-3-01-3 3-3-02-1 3-3-02-2 3-3-03-1 3-3-04-1 3-3-05-1 3-3-06-1 3-3-07-1 3-3-08-1 3-3-09-1 3-3-10-1 3-3-11-1

96

LOCATION CONCEPT SITE PLAN GROUND FLOOR PLAN BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN SECTION A-A SECTION B-B DETAILS ELEVATIONS STRUCTURE MODELS PERSPECTIVES THERMAL BRIDGE DIAGRAM CONSTRUCTION PHASES MEP ENERGY ANALYSIS


LOCATION

1

Saudi Arabia - Jeddah

2

Alfareeda

3

Land 3-3-00-1 | LINEAR HOUSE

97


CONCEPT

98

1 Grid

2 Terrace

3 Functions

4 Veiw

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-00-2


SITE PLAN

-2250 mm

0 mm

900 mm

-2250 mm

0

SITE PLAN

1

2

3

3m

3-3-01-1 | LINEAR HOUSE WORKING DRAWING - AR472

N

STUDENTS NAME:

ABDULAZIZ ALGHAMDI BADR TAKHAH HOMOUD ALKHAMMASH

S HE E T N O

SITE PLAN DATE:

201

99


PLANS 9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

B1A301 ---

31200 mm 3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

A

8550 mm

A

1

0 mm

2 3 4

DN

900 mm

4800 mm

18550 mm

B

B

A1 A302 A509

DN

C 5200 mm

C

D

D 9

8

7

6

5

Ground Floor Plan

100

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-01-2

1

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1 : 100

4

3

2

1

0

1

2

3

3m


PLANS 9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

31200 mm 3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

3900 mm

A

8550 mm

A

UP 1

2

3

4

5

6

7 8

4800 mm

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

B

18550 mm

B

16 17 18

C 5200 mm

C

D

D 9

1

BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN 1 : 100

8

7

6

5

4

Basement Floor Plan

3

2

1

0

1

2

3

3m

3-3-01-3 | LINEAR HOUSE

101


SECTIONS

Section A-A

102

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-02-1

0

1

2

3

3m


SECTIONS

Section B-B

0

1

2

3

3m

3-3-02-2 | LINEAR HOUSE

103


DETAILS

Section 2 - Callout 1 Scale 1:10 1. Tile , 5mm 2. Cement Mortar , 20mm 3. Sand 50mm 4. Concrete ,100mm 5. Thermal Insulation , 50mm 6. Waterproof Insulation , 5mm 7. Reinforced Concrete , 200mm 8. Aluminium 9. Double Glass 10. Steel Sheet , 6mm

104

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-03-1


DETAILS

Section 2 - Callout 2 Scale 1:10 1. Ceiling 2. Celotex 3. Wide Flange Beam 4. Aluminium

3-3-03-2 | LINEAR HOUSE

105


DETAILS

Section 2 - Callout 3 Scale 1:10 1. Tile 2. Cement Mortar 3. Sand 4. Concrete 5. Thermal Insulation 6. Reinforced Concrete 7. Aluminium 8. Beam

106

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-03-3


DETAILS

Section 2 - Callout 4 Scale 1:20 1. Concrete Board , 5mm 2. Cement Mortar , 20mm 3. Brick , 100mm 4. Thermal Insulation , 50mm 5. Reinforced Concrete 200mm 6. Waterproof Insulation 5mm

3-3-03-4 | LINEAR HOUSE

107


DETAILS

Thermal bridges emerge as a result of design and construction errors. Heat loss through thermal bridges causes the building’s energy requirements to increase, and .this is related to a great increase of heating expenses Already during the design phase, it is worth considering proper protection of spots sensitive to the emergence of thermal bridges, i. e. balconies, ledges, parapet walls, .terraces, etc

Section 2 - Callout 5 Scale 1:10 1. Plastic Batten 2. Insulation 3. Compression Bearing 4. Steel Plates With Bars 5. Stretched Bars

108

WORKING DRAWINGS |3-3-03-5


DETAILS

Section 2 - Callout 6 Scale 1:10 1. Partition Wall 2. Tile 3. Sand 4. Waterproof Insulation 5. Reinforced Concrete 6. Thermal Insulation

Swimming pool Section - Callout 1 Scale 1:10 1. Floor/Wall Covering Material 2. Tile Adhesive 3. Waterproofing Compound 4. Reinforced Concrete

3-3-03-6 | LINEAR HOUSE

109


ELEVATIONS 3 ROOF 4200 mm

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 900 mm 1 Street level

3 ROOF 4200 mm

0 mm

1

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SOUTH - ARCHITECTURAL

900 mm 1 Street level

1 : 100

0 mm

South Elevation 1

SOUTH - ARCHITECTURAL 1 : 100

3 ROOF 4200 mm

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 900 mm 1 Street level

3 ROOF 4200 mm

0 mm

North Elevation 2

110

NORTH - ARCHITECTURAL 1 : 100

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-04-1

2

NORTH - ARCHITECTURAL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 900 mm 1 Street level 0 mm


ELEVATIONS

3 ROOF 4200 mm

3 ROOF 4200 mm

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 900 mm

1 Street level 0 mm

1

1

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

East Elevation

EAST - ARCHITECTURAL

900 mm

1 Street level

1 : 50

0 mm

EAST - ARCHITECTURAL 1 : 50 3 ROOF 4200 mm

3 ROOF 4200 mm

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 900 mm

1 Street level 0 mm GROUND FLOOR PLAN 900 mm

2

WEST - ARCHITECTURAL

1 Street level 0 mm

1 : 50

West Elevation 2

WEST - ARCHITECTURAL WORKING DRAWING - AR472 WORKING DRAWING - AR472

1 : 50

N

STUDENTS NAME:

SUPERVISORS: DR.-ING. MOHANNAD BAYOMY - ARCH. ABDULAZIZ AFANDI

WORKING DRAWING - AR472

SUPERVISORS: DR.-ING. MOHANNAD BAYOMY - ARCH. ABDULAZIZ AFANDI

HOMOUD ALKHAMMASH ABDULAZIZ ALGHAMDI BADR TAKHAH

EAST-WEST ELEVATIONS

HOMOUD ALKHAMMASH ABDULAZIZ ALGHAMDI BADR TAKHAH

EAST-WEST ELEVATIONS

DATE:

A203

03/27/16

KAUARCH SCALE: N

STUDENTS NAME:

SHEET NO.

1 : 50

SHEET NO.

A203

3-3-04-2 | 03/27/16 LINEAR HOUSE DATE:

KAUARCH SCALE:

1 : 50

111


STRUCTURE

FOOTING

112

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-05-1

SHEAR WALL


STRUCTURE

Connection

2

CONNECT

Footing Connection

1

STRUCTURE

3

FOOTING CONNECTION

3-3-05-2 | LINEAR HOUSE

113


MODELS

114

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-06-1


MODELS PERSPECTIVES

3-3-06-2 | LINEAR HOUSE

115


PERSPECTIVES

Living room LIVING ROOM 1

116

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-1-07-1


PERSPECTIVES

Cinema room

Office room

3-1-07-2 | LINEAR HOUSE

117


PERSPECTIVES

PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE 1 1 1

1

1

3

118

PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE 1 1 1

PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE 3 3 3

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-07-3

PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE 3 3

PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE 2 2 2

2

2

4

PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE 2 2 2

PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE 4 4 4

PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE 4 4


THERMAL BRIDGE DIAGRAM

THERMAL BRIDGE 1 3-3-08-1 | LINEAR HOUSE

119


CONSTRUCTION PHASES

120

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-09-1

SHEET NO.


CONSTRUCTION PHASES

3-3-09-2 | LINEAR HOUSE

WORKING DRAWING - AR472

N

SHEET NO.

121 D902


MEP

122

Pump

Sump - Pit

Cold water

Building Trap

Hot water

Gray water

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-10-1

Vent. Stack


MEP

3-3-10-2 | LINEAR HOUSE

123


ENERGY CALCULATIONS

124

WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-11-1


ENERGY CALCULATIONS U-Value Q’t

A.C. and covered cooling

Transmission through glass and shading device Q’r

Required cooling calculations

Heat from electrical lighting Q’i

Conditioning Q’a

Heat from equipment and occupants Q’i

3-3-11-2 | LINEAR HOUSE

125


ENERGY CALCULATIONS

Energy Calculations ( Demand & Supply )

Devices Calculations Device Stove & Oven Fridge Microwave Device Coffee Stove &maker Oven Kettle Fridge Toaster Microwave Food Processer Coffee maker Washing Machine Kettle Clothes Dryer Toaster FoodHeater Processer Vacuum Machine Cleaner Washing ClothesDryer Iron Clothes TVHeater 52'' LED Desktop VacuumComputer Cleaner Laptops Clothes Iron Internet TV 52''Router LED ElectricComputer Shaver Desktop Cooling Laptops Total Internet Router

Capacity (W) 3300 200 600 (W) Capacity 800 3300 2000 200 1000 600 1000 800 500 2000 2000 1000 1300 1000 1000 500 1000 2000 62 1300 100 1000 60 1000 15 62 18 100 5830 60 15

Quantity Energy 1 1 1 Quantity 11 11 11 11 11 11 21 11 11 21 11 21 11 11 21 -1

Electric Shaver Room Cooling Living Room Total Bedroom Kitchen Room Bathroom Living Room Basement Bedroom Total Kitchen

18 Capacity (W) 5830 40 40 40 Capacity (W) 40 40 40 40 40

Bathroom Basement Energy Supply Total

40 Area 40 (m²) 106 Area (m²) E(daily) (kWh*7m²) 106 4.29 4.93 E(daily) 5.47 (kWh*7m²) 5 4.29 4.88 4.93 4.76 5.47 4.67 5 4.68 4.88 4.82 4.76 5.01 4.67 4.58 4.68 4.35 4.82 4.79 5.01 1570 4.58

Lighting Calculations

Month Energy Supply

126

1 2 Month 3 41 5 2 6 3 7 4 8 5 9 6 10 7 WORKING DRAWINGS | 3-3-11-3 11 8 12 9 Year Average 10 Total 11

Usage (h)

Consumption per Day (Wh) 4800 300 Consumption per Day (Wh) 800 6600 1000 4800 500 300 500 800 500 1000 2000 500 3900 500 500 500 450 2000 248 3900 300 500 480 450 120 248 9 300 46640 480 69647 120

Consumption/Year (Wh) 2376000 1728000 108000 Consumption/Year (Wh) 288000 2376000 360000 1728000 180000 108000 180000 288000 180000 360000 720000 180000 1404000 180000 180000 180000 162000 720000 89280 1404000 108000 180000 172800 162000 43200 89280 3240 108000 16790400 172800 25072920 43200

Consumption/Year after rep. factor (Wh) 1900800 1382400 86400 Consumption/Year after rep. factor (Wh) 230400 1900800 288000 1382400 144000 86400 144000 230400 144000 288000 576000 144000 1123200 144000 144000 144000 129600 576000 71424 1123200 86400 144000 138240 129600 34560 71424 2592 86400 13432320 138240 20058336 34560

24 0.5 (h) Usage 21 0.5 24 0.5 0.5 0.5 1 1 0.5 1 0.5 1.5 0.5 0.5 1 0.45 1 4 1.5 3 0.5 4 0.45 8 4 0.5 3 8 4 8-

1 Quantity 41 42 Quantity 2 4 4 4 2-

0.5 Usage (h) 8 4 2.5 4 Usage (h) 2 4 4 2.5 4-

9 Consumption per Day (Wh) 46640 640 69647 400 320 Consumption per Day (Wh) 160 640 640 400 2160 320

3240 Consumption/Year (Wh) 16790400 230400 25072920 144000 115200 Consumption/Year (Wh) 57600 230400 230400 144000 777600 115200

2592 Consumption/Year after rep. factor (Wh) 13432320 184320 20058336 115200 92160 Consumption/Year after rep. factor (Wh) 46080 184320 184320 115200 622080 92160

2 Irradiation on PV with 4 combined system losses 224.29 Irradiation on PV with combined system losses E(daily) (kWh/m²) 224.29 0.61 0.70 E(daily) 0.78 (kWh/m²) 0.71 0.61 0.70 0.70 0.68 0.78 0.67 0.71 0.67 0.70 0.69 0.68 0.72 0.67 0.65 0.67 0.62 0.69 0.68 0.72 224.29 0.65

2 Total 4 (kW) 23774.29 Total (kW) E (monthly) (kWh*7m²) 23774.29 133 138 E (monthly) 169 (kWh*7m²) 150 133 151 138 143 169 145 150 145 151 145 143 155 145 137 145 135 145 145.50 155 1570 137

160 640 2160

57600 Total energy demand per year) 230400 (Wh) 777600 Total energy demand per year) (kWh) Total energy demand per year) (Wh) H (daily) Total energy demand per year) (kWh/m²) (kWh) 5.89 6.87 H (daily) 7.72 (kWh/m²) 7.16 5.89 7.05 6.87 6.94 7.72 6.81 7.16 6.84 7.05 7.01 6.94 7.21 6.81 6.44 6.84 6 7.01 6.83 7.21 2490 6.44

46080 20680416 184320 622080 20680.416

Calculations2 ( Demand & Supply ) 6600

E (monthly) (kWh/m²) 19.00 19.71 E (monthly) 24.14 (kWh/m²) 21.43 19.00 21.57 19.71 20.43 24.14 20.71 21.43 20.71 21.57 20.71 20.43 22.14 20.71 19.57 20.71 19.29 20.71 20.79 22.14 224.29 19.57

20680416 H(monthly) (kWh/m²) 20680.416 183 192 H(monthly) 239 (kWh/m²) 215 183 219 192 208 239 211 215 212 219 210 208 224 211 193 212 186 210 207.67 224 2490 193


Room Living Room Bedroom Kitchen Bathroom Basement Total

Capacity (W) 40 40 40 40 40 -

Quantity 4 4 2 2 4 -

Usage (h) 4 2.5 4 2 4 -

Area (m²)

Irradiation on PV with combined system losses

Total (kW)

106

224.29

23774.29

E(daily) (kWh*7m²) 4.29 4.93 5.47 5 4.88 4.76 4.67 4.68 4.82 5.01 4.58 4.35 4.79 1570

E(daily) (kWh/m²) 0.61 0.70 0.78 0.71 0.70 0.68 0.67 0.67 0.69 0.72 0.65 0.62 0.68 224.29

E (monthly) (kWh*7m²) 133 138 169 150 151 143 145 145 145 155 137 135 145.50 1570

ENERGY CALCULATIONS Energy Supply

Solar calculations and yield Month 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Year Average Total

Supply vs. Demand

Consumption

Device\Hour 00 1 2 Stove & Oven 0 0 0 23774.29 24000.00 Fridge 200 200 200 Microwave 0 0 0 22000.00 Coffee maker 0 20680.416 0 0 Kettle 0 0 0 20000.00 Toaster 0 0 0 Food Processer 0 0 0 18000.00 Washing Machine 500 250 0 Clothes Dryer 0 200 0 16000.00 Heater 0 0 0 Vacuum Cleaner 0 0 0 Clothes Iron 0 0 0 14000.00 TV 52'' LED 0 0 0 Desktop Computer 0 0 0 12000.00 Laptops 0 0 0 Internet Router 0 0 0 10000.00 Electric Shaver 0 0 0 AC 0Supply 0 Demand 0 Living Room (light) 0 0 0 Bedroom (light) 0 0 0 Kitchen (light) 0 0 0 Bathroom (light) 0 0 0 Basement (light) 0 0 0 Total 700 650 200

Consumption/Year (Wh) 230400 144000 115200 57600 230400 777600

Consumption/Year after rep. factor (Wh) 184320 115200 92160 46080 184320 622080

Total energy demand per year) (Wh) Total energy demand per year) (kWh) E (monthly) (kWh/m²) 19.00 19.71 24.14 21.43 21.57 20.43 20.71 20.71 20.71 22.14 19.57 19.29 20.79 224.29

20680416 20680.416

H (daily) (kWh/m²) 5.89 6.87 7.72 7.16 7.05 6.94 6.81 6.84 7.01 7.21 6.44 6 6.83 2490

H(monthly) (kWh/m²) 183 192 239 215 219 208 211 212 210 224 193 186 207.67 2490

Energy Calculations ( Load Profile ) 3 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200

4 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200

5 0 200 0 800 0 0 0 0 0 1300 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 80 0 2,389

6 1,500 200 300 0 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80 0 0 2,580

7 300.00

0 200 250.00 0 0 200.00 0 0 0150.00 0 0 100.00 0 0 050.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 160 0 0 0 360

‫عنوان المحور‬

Load Profile

Consumption per Day (Wh) 640 400 320 160 640 2160

8 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200

9 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5830 0 0 0 0 0 6,030

10 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 5830 0 0 0 0 0 6,030

11 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 5830 0 0 0 0 0 7,030

12 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5830 0 0 80 0 0 6,110

Irradiation vs. Electricty Production (Monthly) 13 14 15 16 17 18 0 3,300 0 0 0 0 200 200 200 200 200 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 100 05 0 6 400 400 4008 4 0 7 0 15 15 15 ‫ عنوان‬15 15 ‫المحور‬ 0 0 0 0 0 0 Emonthly (kWh/m²) H(monthly) (kWh/m²) 5830 5830 5830 5830 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 0 640 640 640 6,030 9,425 6,045 7,225 1,855 1,355

19 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62 0 0 15 0 0 160 0 80 0 0 517

20 0 200 0 0 0 0 500 0 0 650 0 0 62 0 9 200 15 0 0 160 0 80 0 0 1,867

21 1500 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000 62 0 200 10 15 0 0 160 0 0 0 0 3,137

22 23 0 0 200 200 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1300 0 0 0 0 62 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 160 0 0 160 0 0 0 40 0 0 522 1,700

Load Profile 10,000 9,425

8,000

3-3-11-4 | LINEAR HOUSE

Total 6,300 4,800 400 800 1,000 0 500 750 200 3,250 1,000 1,000 248 300 1,600 12 120 9 46,640 640 400 320 160 1,920 72,357

127


Internet Router Electric Shaver AC Living Room (light) Bedroom (light) Kitchen (light) Bathroom (light) Basement (light) Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 700

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 650

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200

0 9 0 0 0 0 80 0 2,389

0 0 0 0 0 80 0 0 2,580

0 0 0 0 160 0 0 0 360

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200

ENERGY CALCULATIONS

0 0 5830 0 0 0 0 0 6,030

0 0 5830 0 0 0 0 0 6,030

0 0 5830 0 0 0 0 0 7,030

0 0 5830 0 0 80 0 0 6,110

0 0 5830 0 0 0 0 0 6,030

15 0 5830 0 80 0 0 0 9,425

15 0 5830 0 0 0 0 0 6,045

15 0 5830 0 0 0 40 640 7,225

15 0 0 0 0 0 0 640 1,855

15 0 0 0 0 0 0 640 1,355

15 0 0 160 0 80 0 0 517

15 0 0 160 0 80 0 0 1,867

15 0 0 160 0 0 0 0 3,137

0 0 0 160 0 0 0 0 522

0 0 0 0 160 0 40 0 1,700

120 9 46,640 640 400 320 160 1,920 72,357

Load Profile 10,000 9,425

8,000 7,225

7,030 6,030

CONSUPMTION

6,000

6,110

6,030

6,045

6,030

4,000 3,137 2,580

2,389

2,000

1,867

1,855

1,700

1,355 700

650 200

0

200

360

200

522

517

200

-2,000 00

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

HOUR

Device Load Profile 7,000

6,000

5,000

Consumption

4,000

3,000

2,000

1,000

0 00

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

-1,000

128

11

12 Hour

Stove & Oven

Fridge

Microwave

Coffee maker

Kettle

Toaster

Food Processer

Washing Machine

Clothes Dryer

Heater

Vacuum Cleaner

Clothes Iron

TV 52'' LED

Desktop Computer

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Bedroom (light)

Kitchen (light)

Bathroom (light)

Basement (light)

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