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This study has shown that the equipment required can be housed within ordinary workshop spaces. No special considerations are required.

Fig. 116. Glass Workshop

Fig. 117. Coper’s Workshop

Hand Calculations for Air Change Rate in Classroom Design values for indoor climate is set to II to meet the requirements of the In order To calculate how much the restaurant needs to be ventilated, the experienced air quality and CO2 level is calculated. The highest value is used for the ventilation. Since it is only up to 10 oC in the summer in Nuuk, it is heating season all year round and the Art Hub will therefore only be mechanical ventilated. Wen visiting Nuuk it has been found that there can be very big variations in the temperatures, and the calculations in Be10 have proven that there can be a little access heat during the summer months, although the BSim study does not show overheating. This can be due to the different weather conditions of Reykjavik which has been used for the BSim calculations. To prevent overheating it has been chosen to calculate the natural ventilation as this will bring down the operative temperatures in the classroom and workshops and bring down the energy for mechanical ventilation. All values and formulas for the following calculations for ventilation is according to [Hyldgård, Funch and Steen-Thøde, 1997]. Design values for indoor climate is set to II to meet the requirements of the Danish Standards. Category II applyes to a normal level of expectations that should be used for new buildings. [DS/EN15251:2007]. It has been chosen to calculate for one of the classrooms as these are facing south and have the biggest people load. AIR CHANGE RATE BASED ON THE EXPERIENCED AIR QUALITY (OLF) Classroom: Nuber of people in room = 25 Area of room = 73 m² Hight of room = 4,7 m V = 11m x 6,7m x 4,7m = 346 m3

Pollution load For 1 person = 1 olf For building materials = 0,2 olf pr. m2 Air flow: VL = q * 10 / (c – ci) VL is the required air flow rate (l/s) q is the pollution load (olf) c is the experienced air quality (decipol) ci is the experienced air quality of the outdoor air (decipol)

The Classroom: q = 25 olf + (0,2 olf *73 m²) = 39,6 olf c = 1,4 dp (eaquals 20% dissatisfaction) Ci = 0,03 dp = Cities with a low pollution Air flow in the classroom: VL = (q *10) / ( c – ci) VL = (39,6 olf * 10)/(1,4 dp – 0,03 dp) = 289,0 l/s In m3/s = Airflow/1000 = 0.28 m3/s ANNEX

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Master's Thesis  

Architecture and Design Master's Thesis Proposal

Master's Thesis  

Architecture and Design Master's Thesis Proposal

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