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Eastern Michigan University Design and Construction StandardsFebruary 29, 2008Division 23 Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Page 23-1
Design and Construction StandardsDivision 23 – Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
This manual is presented as general guidance. It is for the guidance of mechanical engineers andothers in the design and renovation of facilities for Eastern Michigan University (EMU). In orderto provide the latitude needed for design, new concepts, etc., deviations may be made from thetechnical requirements provided professional judgment is made that a safe, adequate, officequality level design will result, and approval is obtained from EMU. Deviations from thoserequirements included in Public Laws, Federal Regulations, Executive Orders, and similarregulations and users' special requirements are not permitted. This manual contains some, but notall, of the criteria pertinent to the design of HVAC systems for EMU Projects.
Section 23 00 01 Scope of HVAC Design
Developing complete, accurate, and coordinated contract drawings andspecifications is the primary goal of the design and review effort. Designdrawings, specifications and calculations shall agree in all respects and theyshall be without errors, omissions or deviations from the established criteria.2.
Drawing Referencesa.
In addition to all HVAC work, the mechanical drawings shall include allinterior steam and condensate piping, the building automation system layout,and HVAC control diagrams.i.
Walk-in refrigerators/freezers in dietetic areas and in laboratoriesshall be shown on food services drawings.3.
Interdiscipline Coordination : HVAC design must be coordinated with all otherdisciplines, such as, Architectural, Structural, Electrical, Plumbing and Site Planning.The following HVAC related work is usually shown by other disciplines:4.
Architectural drawings and specifications show all louvers and attached screens inexterior walls, all flashing for ducts and pipes penetrating roofs and exterior walls,finish and identification, painting walls and ceilings, access panels, chases, furredspaces, door grilles, mechanical equipment rooms and penthouses.5.
Structural drawings and specifications show all concrete and structural steel work,including catwalks, concrete housekeeping pads, lintel supports around openings, andplatforms for access to HVAC equipment and supports for cooling towers and otherlarge mechanical equipment.6.
Electrical drawings and specifications show motor starters and disconnects notfurnished as part of HVAC equipment, smoke detectors (duct and/or space mounted),all power wiring to HVAC smoke dampers, motors, heating cable, controls forwinterizing piping, day tank and oil piping in the emergency generator room, andmuffler exhaust pipe for emergency generator.
Eastern Michigan University Design and Construction StandardsFebruary 29, 2008Division 23 Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Page 23-27.
Plumbing provides all domestic water make-up supply and drain outlets, undergroundoil storage tank(s) and piping for emergency generators.8.
Food service and laboratory equipment, shown on Architectural drawings, include allcontrolled temperature rooms in laboratories and all hoods in dietetic areas,laboratories, and research areas.
Section 23 00 02 Drawings
The following information shall be shown on mechanical HVAC drawings.1.
HVAC system design including indoor steam piping.2.
Seismic design related to the HVAC systems.3.
Walk-in refrigerators and freezers.4.
Outdoor exposed (or, underground) chilled water piping.5.
The HVAC system design documentation shall use EMU standard symbols,abbreviations, standard details, and equipment schedules.6.
In the final design drawings (Construction Documents Phase) all ductwork, regardlessof sizes and/or complexity of layout(s), and piping 6" and above shall be shown indouble line with all fittings and accessories clearly shown and identified.
Section 23 00 03 Climatic Conditions
The outdoor climatic conditions shall be based on local climatic conditions. These conditions arebased on the weather data listed in the latest edition of the ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals. The local professional engineers may recommend more severe outdoor climaticconditions, commonly used by them, for review and approval by EMU.
Section 23 00 04 Engineering Economic Analysis
To comply with Public Law 95-619, engineering economic analysis shall be performed, inaccordance with the procedure outlined by the Department of Energy (DOE) in National Instituteof Standards and Technology (NIST) Handbook 135 (Life Cycle Cost Federal EnergyManagement Program), to select the most cost effective HVAC system for the application. Theadditional features of the analysis are:1.
For comparison of systems, a 20 year life cycle shall be assumed.2.
The analysis may be performed by means of available public domain programs, suchas, "TRACE", "E-CUBE", and CARRIER E20-II, etc.3.
No taxes or insurance shall be used in computing annual owning cost.
Section 23 00 05 Basic Design Parameters
Climatic Criteriaa.
The capacity calculations for the HVAC systems shall be based on theoutdoor climatic conditions identified in the latest edition of ASHRAEFundamentals. The designer shall use the following values:i.
Summer: 1 percent design dry bulb and wet bulb temperatures.
Eastern Michigan University Design and Construction StandardsFebruary 29, 2008Division 23 Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Page 23-3ii.
Winter: 99 percent design dry bulb temperature.iii.
The specified design wet-bulb temperature for cooling tower shallbe 78
F WG.2.
Indoor Design Conditions Degree F Dry Bulb and Percent Relative Humidity
Table 2 - Indoor Design ConditionsSummer Winter
Room or AreaDb
Offices, Conference Rooms, Lounges 75 50 72 30Computer Room(s) 70 40(+5) 70 40(+5)Electrical Equipment Rooms 104 Maximum- 50 -Elevator Machine Rooms 104 Maximum- 50 -Telephone Equipment Rooms 65 - 75 40-60 65 - 75 40-60Toilets 78 -- 70 --Transformer Rooms Same as Electrical Equipment RoomAnimal Research (Animal Rooms) 6560 (
5)85 30 (+5)Auditoriums 76 60 72 --Computer Rooms 7040 (
5)7040 (
5)Dining Rooms 78 50 72 30Dry Labs 78 50 72 30Emergency Generator 110 -- 40 --Kitchens 82 60 70 --Laboratories 76 50 72 30Locker Rooms 78 50 72 30Lounges 78 50 72 30Mechanical Equipment Rooms Ventilation Only 50 --Examination 76 50 78 30Gymnasium 76 50 72 30Therapeutic 80-85 -- 85 --Warehouse Ventilation Only 60 --a.
Notes on Indoor Design Conditions:i.
The indoor design conditions are not operating limits. All roomthermostats shall be adjustable between 60
F and 85
F with anadjustable dead band.ii.
Single toilets do not require individual room temperaturecontrols in cooling mode.
For exterior single toilets,thermostatically controlled heating terminal devices should beprovided to maintain space temperature in winter mode. Forcommon (public) toilets, involving multiple water closets andurinals, room temperature control is required in heating and coolingmodes.

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