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Delta Design Introduction (Assignment 2) CEE100 Students: The inhabitants of Delta-P need your help to obtain affordable, comfortable, beautiful, and strong dwellings.
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2 Is this a good design? Functional Interior Area? Blueness? Temperature? Stable? Cost? Schedule? …?
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3 Delta Design Exercise Architect, Project Manager, Thermal Eng., Structural Eng. Design house on Delta-P Measure Unit Symbol Time Wex Wx Distance Lyn Ln Area Quarter-Delta QD Heat Deltan Thermal Unit DTU Temperature Degrees Nin Nn Force Din Dn Moment Lyn-Din LD Currency Zwig !
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!1,386
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Group # 2 Architect: Paige Cameron Internal Area: 119 QDs Blueness: 57.1% Blue Dispersion: 82.6% I/E Perimeter Ratio: 1.26 Structural Engineer: Gabby Obregon Loads at Anchors: 16 dins (SF 1.8) and 13 dins (SF 2.2) Factor of Safety (extra capacity) of weakest joint: 1.05 Thermal Engineer: Boyd Smith Average Temperature: 56.05 degrees Nin Max. Temp.: 119 degrees Nin (red delta at entrance)
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Unformatted text preview: Min. Temp.: 26 degrees Nin (blue deltas at entrance) Project Manager: Charlotte Helvestine Total Cost: !1,530 Construction Duration: 56 wex Delta Design Exercise Process 1. Select one of the following times for the exercise a. Thursday, April 7: 9:00 to 11:50 in Y2E2-300 b. Friday, April 8: 8:30 to 9:50 in 160-124 c. Friday, April 8: 11:00 to 12:50 in Y2E2-270 Note: The exercise should take about 60-75 minutes 2. Meet your teammates 3. By Wednesday, April 6: Familiarize yourself with the task and your discipline 4. On Wednesday, April 6: Learn your discipline during class 5. Design your Delta-P dwelling during the selected time with your team members (other spets); architects : come prepared with an initial design 6. Assess your design 7. Submit a picture and your calculations (assessment) by noon on Sunday, April 10 via email to Katy Ashe (kashe@stanford.edu) 8. Present highlights of your design in class on Monday, April 11...
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course CEE 100 taught by Professor Fischer during the Spring '11 term at Stanford.

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