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Sustainable
Neighborhood

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EDSGN 100: Intro
Engr

Dsgn

Section 006

Team #5

Ian McQuade
, Yi Hu,
Nick
Donlon

Submitted to: Thomas Coolidge

2/25/13

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Table of Contents

TITLE

PAGE NUMBER

Intro

3

Homes

5

Water Usage

8

Reduced Energy

11

Energy Production

14

Wastewater

16

Rainwater Treatment

27

Conclusion

36

The Objective


Create an affordable,
innovative and totally
sustainable
neighborhood


Appear to the local
market and achieve
profitability

The Property

The Design

The Homes


Design Ideas


Affordable, stable,
replicable, and easy to
sell


Considerations:
Government council
houses, university
dorms, apt complexes


Final Product
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single
story 2000
sq

ft. house

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Gantt Chart


Reduced Water Usage

Dual Flush Toilet

What Needs Energy?


Kitchen


Bedroom and Living Room


Lighting

Reducing Energy in the Kitchen

Reducing Energy in the
Bedroom/Living Room

Lighting and Reducing Energy
Consumption

Total Energy Usage

Appliance

#

Watts

Hours in Use

kWh/day

kWh/year

Cost

Overhead Lights

40

13

6

3.12

1,138.80

$146.91

Washer

1





0.5

181

$23.35

Dishwasher

1







206

$26.57

Microwave Oven

1

950

1

0.95

346.75

$44.73

Refrigerator

1

185

24

4.42

1,612.79

$208.05

Television

1

99

4

0.396

144.54

$18.65

Table Lamps

6

150

5

4.5

1,642.50

$211.88

Television(standby)

1

0.3

20

0.006

2.19

$0.28

Laptop

1







12.79

$1.65

Air Conditioner

2

598

6

7.152

2,610.48

$336.75



















































21.044

7,897.84

$1,018.82

Where’s the Energy Coming From?

Sustainability

Wastewater Treatment: The Two
Treatments


Water Treatment: prepares water for use
in homes, businesses (drinking water)


Waste Water Treatment: prepares
sewage/wastewater to be returned to
the environment

Water Treatment Stages

1. Screening

2. Aeration

3. pH correction

4. Coagulation and flocculation

5. Sedimentation

6. Pre
-
chlorination and
dechlorination

7. Filtration

8. Disinfection

9. pH adjustment




Coagulation


Rachel Casiday, Greg Noelken, and Regina Frey, Washington University
(
http://wunmr.wustl.edu/EduDev/LabTutorials/Water/PublicWaterSupply/PublicWaterSupply.html
)

isis.csuhayward.edu/alss/Geography/ mlee/geog4350/4350c4f01.ppt

Sedimentation


Rachel Casiday, Greg Noelken, and Regina Frey, Washington University
(
http://wunmr.wustl.edu/EduDev/LabTutorials/Water/PublicWaterSupply/PublicWaterSupply.html
)

isis.csuhayward.edu/alss/Geography/ mlee/geog4350/4350c4f01.ppt

Final Touches



Disinfection


pH adjustment

isis.csuhayward.edu/alss/Geography/
mlee/geog4350/4350c4f01.ppt


Wastewater
treatment


Wastewater treatment systems take
human and industrial liquid wastes
and make them safe enough (from
the public health perspective) to
return to the aquatic or terrestrial
environment.


Primary


Primary Treatment:
Settling Tanks


Primary Sludge:
heavy solids that
sink to the bottom


Light grease/oil
float to top
--
skimmed off and
sent to solids
treatment facility



Secondary



Aeration Tank


Final Clarifiers


Final


Final Treatment: Disinfection


Chlorine:


UV light or ozone:

Clean water is then sent to ocean, river, etc.


Rain Water Treatment


Rain
water is very pure due to the
production cycle it goes through
while tap water collects
contaminants due to the many
substances the environment
produces at ground level.

Residential/Small Commercial

Large Commercial/Industrial

Components

Vortex Filters


for fine filtration

and oxygenation


Floating Filter

takes the cleanest

water


Smoothing Inlet

stable sedimentation

and oxygenation


Multifunction overflow

for a clean water

surface

protects water

quality

Vortex Filters

RH9510
-
04

Downspout Filter



Residential


Up to 1600
sq.ft
.


Piping for the internal house


Total length:
6+10+12+3+18+13+1=63ft


Assume the price is ¢60/Ft


The total price for piping the internal
house would be $37.8


We want to do it this way because it is
sustainable


Water reuse allows communities to become less
dependent on groundwater and surface water
sources and can decrease the diversion of water
from sensitive ecosystems. Additionally, water reuse
may reduce the nutrient loads from wastewater
discharges into waterways, thereby reducing and
preventing pollution. This “new” water source may
also be used to replenish overdrawn water sources
and rejuvenate or reestablish those previously
destroyed.

References


"USGS
--

Water Resources of the United
States."

USGS
--

Water Resources of the United
States
. USGS, 15 Feb. 2013. Web. 28 Feb.
2013



"Google Maps."

Google Maps
. Google Maps,
2013. Web. 28 Feb. 2013
.


http://www.consumerenergycenter.org/home/ap
pliances/small_appl.html


http://www.uvm.edu/solar/?Page=about.html


http://www.windustry.org/resources/how
-
much
-
do
-
wind
-
turbines
-
cost