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Title No. Supply Air(L/S) Supply air m3/h Outside(L/S) outside air()m3/h GTH AHU Type AHU air volume(m3/h) Capcity ()Kw) Off l/s l/s kW AHU1 1 10001 36003.6 5408 19468.8 `301 Model GT- ZKW-400 40000 410 AHU2 1 6425 23130 3030 10908 182 Model GT- ZKW-250 25000 188 AHU3 1 2480 8928 1310 4716 73.7 Model GT- ZKW-100 10000 75 AHU4 1 5506 19821.6 1714 6170.4 134 Model GT- ZKW-200 20000 151 AHU5 1 7895 28422 2873 10342.8 204 Model GT- ZKW-300 30000 210 AHU6 1 2637 9493.2 1616 5817.6 84 Model GT- ZKW-100 10000 90 AHU7 1 1534 5522.4 914 3290.4 48.2 Model GT- ZKW-60 6000 60 AHU8 1 14665 52794 10000 36000 481 Model GT- ZKW-550 55000 490 AHU9 1 9929 35744.4 5764 20750.4 311 Model GT- ZKW-400 40000 330 AHU10 1 5658 20368.8 2750 9900 162 Model GT- ZKW-200 20000 176 AHU11 1 3331 11991.6 3032 10915.2 132 Model GT- ZKW-150 15000 132 New AHU12 1 9988 35956.8 5400 19440 302 Model GT- ZKW-400 40000 New AHU13 1 4122 14839.2 2000 7200 118 Model GT- ZKW-150 15000 132 New AHU14 1 1899 6836.4 1030 3708 57.2 Model GT- ZKW-80 8000 70 New AHU15 1 2223 8002.8 1276 4593.6 68.7 Model GT- ZKW-80 8000 70 New AHU16 1 6684 24062.4 3504 12614.4 202 Model GT- ZKW-250 25000 220 New AHU17 1 5318 19144.8 2792 10051.2 158 Model GT- ZKW-200 20000 176 New AHU18 1 2934 10562.4 780 2808 70.2 Model GT- ZKW-150 15000 113 New AHU19 1 9677 34837.2 1744 6278.4 219 Model GT- ZKW-350 35000 240 New AHU20 1 3636 13089.6 1500 5400 99.6 Model GT- ZKW-150 15000 113 New AHU21 1 7190 25884 2804 10094.4 188 Model GT- ZKW-300 30000 210 New AHU22 1 2854 10274.4 1610 5796 87.5 Model GT- ZKW-150 15000 90 New AHU23 1 2590 9324 1458 5248.8 79.3 Model GT- ZKW-100 10000 90 New AHU24 1 760 2736 424 1526.4 23.2 Model GT- ZKW-40 4000 30.1
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In the second step,the airflow requirement should be determined. In the camel simulation part, all the AHU’s air flow have already obtained. The results shows below : Section 9 - Building improvements and suggestions 9.1Discuss: What are building features have the most significant heat load and what improvements could you make to mitigate their impact? (1 paragraph per feature, minimum 3 features) 1. There are a large amount of ares glazing around the countryard. That could be highly effect the heat load.In order to decrease the heat gain ,it should make the glazing keep in shadow. 2. Otherwise, the glazing of foodcourt is extermally increasing the heat load .That is a unconsiderble design. In summer noon,Food court could be very hot because of the glass radition and heat from food couurt outlet.Engery comsuption could be very large. 3. Room 213 and 214 are both restaurant, At the same time, they are boht have two external walls.That could be increase the heat gain from the sun.If this shopping center can exchange the location of MM23 and MM24 wiht 213 and 214, that could be decrease the heat load. 9.2 Perform: State 3-5 improvements other than those listed in the previous discuss question to reduce the required cooling capacity of the building. Justify your suggestions by recalculating the CAMEL simulation and report the change in cooling required . 1.The glazing of the food court shuold be replace by walls or other materials which can insulate against heat. 2.The temparture of M02 ban be designed different codition wiht other rooms.It can rise its temperatuer to reduce the load. 3. Camel simulation : In this part , i will be replaced all the glazings in food court to explore the glazing impact on the load .
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