problem 1) Express in a stepwise manner how will you design and size the solar hot water system for an apartment, giving detailed calculations and diagrams wherever necessary.
The apartment features are as follows:
a) The apartment is located in a high income residential neighbourhood, consisting of 3 BHK flats, with 3 bathrooms each flat.
b) There are 2 flats per floor and 9 floors in the building.
c) The hot water is to be supplied to the kitchen, wash area and all bathrooms, accordingly assume the hot water requirement for the apartment.
d) Compute the terrace space available, assuming that each flat is averagely 1400 sq ft.
e) Assume all other essential details.
problem 2) prepare brief notes on the following:
a) Environmental hazards associated with Nuclear Energy.
b) Solar PV
c) Conventional Waste water treatment of your city.
d) Issues related to Solid Waste Management.
As the Environmental consultant to a Developer for a township project, you have been asked to compile a conceptual report on the different Renewable Energy and Alternative Environmental Technologies which can become an integrated part of the township design and planning.
The township has features which are as follows:
a) The site area admeasures approx. 1,25,000 sq m and is located on the fringe of a city.
b) As per the EIA requirements, 30% of this land is to be maintained as open area and needs to be developed / kept as Green Areas.
c) The proposed built up is approx. 75,000 sq. m. The residential units (flats) proposed are approx. 325, with three commercial IT buildings and one hotel, inviting around 3000 guests / employees in the township every day.
The report must give a clear picture to the Developer as to the various Renewable Energy Technologies and Environmental Technologies that the township can integrate, with conceptual reference to feasibility of these systems. It is expected that simple calculations / estimates / drawings /diagrams become a part of this report.
problem 4) prepare detailed notes on the following:
b) On Site Wind Power generation.
c) Non energy Intensive treatment of waste water.