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VESSEL. VOLATILE. VOLUME.

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TOP ELEVATION

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COOLANT RESERVOIR - As the engine runs it burns fuel to power the vehicle, this process produces a significant amount of heat. The cooling system works to extract heat from the engine and prevent damage by pumping a coolant fluid through pipes surrounding your engine. - The function of the coolant reservoir is to store excess coolant fluid until required. - The reservoir itself is the only place where you can actually fill coolant.

PRESSURE VALVE

EXPLODED ELEVATION 15psi

EXPANSION HOSE

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ORBO

“...it was day 300, and ORBO grew accustomed to his new lifestyle. He had become an ecological vessel, collecting water samples to promote marine research. ORBO loved his new duty, it felt as though he were compensating for all the damages he caused in the past. However ORBO would forever live in contradiction of missing the days in which he had kinetic freedom, but was a cog in a system of destruction, to living up to his mission of saving the environment, but being completely dependent of humans, and living an isolated life hidden under his tectonic mass...�

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V. geography

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COUNTY: Santa Bárbara (northwest) O TY: located on Highway 1 (runs through downtown)_ immediately south of the Santa Maria River_five miles east of the Pacific Ocean COO N T : 34°57 56 N 120°34 23 W : 1.3/sq mi (99.6% is land_0.4% is water)

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N NCO : $31,205 (25% of the population is below the poverty line) CONO Y: agriculture and manufacturing work are the leading industries (31% of the population are employed in the agriculture sector_24% have manufacturing jobs) Guadalupe is economically and socially tied to the city of Santa Maria

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Gordon Sand Company is a privately held company that is predominantly involved with Industrial Sand, producing: Sandblast Sand, Black Sand, Beach Sand, Golf Course Sand. Gordon Sand also sells and rents: Compressors, Sandblasting Equipment and Industrial Equipment

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O N TO Y: Shell Exploration and Production, Inc. (Shell) received drilling and production project approval by the County in 1983 and included the placement of gravel for road base to accommodate heavy equipment access and stabilize sand near the proposed drilling islands. The Applicant ceased oil and gas operations in 1989 and commenced abandonment and reclamation of the site as required by the County which established that all introduced materials on or near the surface (depth of 15 feet) had to be removed when the drilling islands were abandoned. However Shell Exploration and Production, Inc. (Shell) proposed to leave approximately 293,752 cubic yards of sand impacted by remnant gravel that remains from an exploratory drilling project. In exchange for leaving the gravel in place, Shell provided a monetary fee to the County for the enhancement of public recreation of the preserve. With the exception of the remnant gravel sites, all production wells and infrastructure were abandoned and site reclamation was completed in 1997 in compliance with County regulations. UN : this coastal county preserve is renowned for miles sand dunes along the shore, some reaching over 550ft high (the tallest on the west coast). Thee majority are Aeolian Dunes (latin for: “created by wind”), formed by sediment from the Santa Maria River that is deposited on the coastlines and then blown inland my the strong winds.

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UN N O : Rancho Guadalupe Dunes County Park includes some of the most remote and least disturbed habitats in the dunes complex_is is home to more that 120 species of rare plants and animals. TT CT ON : surfing, fishing, hiking, bird watching, whale watching, picnic areas (BBQ and cooking is not permitted)_another portion of the Dunes are utilized for recreation such as camping and Off-Road-Vehicle use Seasonal restrictions apply during nesting bird season (March 1 to October 1)_dogs are not permitted at any times

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SITE PLAN

GUADALUPE


[oceanic research facility] Nested amongst the ever-changing dunes of Guadalupe lays ORBAY; a oceanic research facility that collects water samples in order to study and develop ecological solutions for the marine environment. co nt it t e orld o t reno ned re ident cienti t and leadin tec nolo incl din t e patial ac ine . e center or ecolo in ite i itor or an i er i e learnin e perience providing interactive exhibits as well as scenic ocean views.

ORBAY


[programatic elements] public_ 1. entrance hall 2. orbo docking center 3. exhibition space 4. observation deck 5. rooftop terrace private_ 3. administration 4. research facility 5. resident apartments

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ORBAY

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[oceanic research facility]

Nested amongst the ever-changing dunes of Guadalupe lays ORBAY; a oceanic research facility that collects water samples in order to study and develop ecological solutions for the marine environment. ORBAY

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tive exhibits as well as scenic ocean views. Guests are most attracted to the facility to watch the “Return of t e a t e patial ac ine parade ac to t eir doc in center a t e n et e ind t e orion. t e intri

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[programatic elements] public_ 1. entrance hall 2. orbo docking center 3. exhibition space 4. observation deck 5. rooftop terrace private_ 3. administration 4. research facility 5. resident apartments

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