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INTRODUCTION

The proposed project is a housing complex located at Sector 108, Gurgaon developed by M/s Chintels India Limited
consisting of multiple towers within a common project area, to be developed for the client.
Each tower holds a varying number of premium quality apartments, with all necessary services and infrastructural
facilities being provided as per international standards. Additional facilities such as clubhouse, swimming-pool etc
has also been catered to.
1.1

LOCATION & CONNECTIVITY

LOCATION:
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Gurgaon is located at 2828N 7702E28.47N 77.03E/28.47; 77.03. It has an average elevation
of 220 metres (721 ft) Gurgaon district, comprising four blocks Pataudi, Sohna, Gurgaon and
Farrukhnagar, was created on 15 August, 1979.On its north, it is bounded by the district of Rohtak and
the Union Territory of Delhi. Faridabad district lies to its east. On its south, the district shares
boundaries with the district of Mewat. To its west lies the district of Rewari and the State of Rajasthan.
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Gurgaon is situated between the Himalayas and Aravalis mountain ranges. It is surrounded on three
sides by Haryana and to the east, across the river Yamuna by Uttar Pradesh. Its greatest length is
around 13 miles and the greatest breadth is 17 miles. Delhi's altitude ranges between 213 to 305
meters above sea level.

RAINFALL AND CLIMATE:


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Under the Kppen climate classification, Gurgaon experiences a monsoon-influenced humid


subtropical climate (Cwa). The city experiences four distinct seasons - spring, summer, autumn and
winter, along with the monsoon season setting in towards the latter half of the summer. Summers,
from early April to mid October, are typically very hot and humid, with an average daily June high
temperature of 104 F (40 C). The season experiences heat indices easily breaking 110 F (43 C).
Winters are very cold and foggy with few sunny days, and with a December daytime average of 37.4
F (3 C). The Western Disturbance brings some rain in winters that further adds to the chill. Spring
and autumn are mild and pleasant seasons with low humidity. The monsoon season usually starts in
the first week of July and continues till August. Thunderstorms are not uncommon during the
Monsoon. The average annual rainfall is approximately 28.1 inches (714 mm).
Climate data for Gurgaon
Month

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct Nov

Dec

Year

Average high F
(C)

70
(21.1)

75.6
(24.2)

86
(30.0)

97.2
(36.2)

103.3
(39.6)

102.7
(39.3)

95.2
(35.1)

91.9
(33.3)

93
91.2 82.9 73.4
(33.9) (32.9) (28.3) (23.0)

88.5
(31.4)

Average low F
(C)

45.1
(7.3)

50.2
(10.1)

59.7
(15.4)

70.7
(21.5)

78.6
(25.9)

82.9
(28.3)

79.9
(26.6)

78.6
(25.9)

75.9
67.1
55
(24.4) (19.5) (12.8)

46.8
(8.2)

65.8
(18.8)

Rainfall inches
(mm)

0.799
(20.3)

0.591
(15.0)

0.622
(15.8)

0.264
(6.7)

0.689
(17.5)

2.161
(54.9)

9.114 10.185 5.031 1.429 0.197 0.307


(231.5) (258.7) (127.8) (36.3) (5.0) (7.8)

31.389
(797.3)

Avg. rainy days

1.7

1.3

1.2

0.9

1.4

3.6

10.0

11.3

5.4

Mean
monthly sunshine
hours

213.9

217.5

238.7

261.0

263.5

198.0

167.4

176.7

219.0

1.6

0.1

0.6

39.1

269.7 246.0 217.0 2,688.4

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1.2

PROJECT OBJECTIVES

The project objectives include energy efficiency, green eco friendly design, and centralized grouped location of
services installation to ensure easy maintenance, state of the art technology, fast track installation and compliance to
all statutory regulations. The services design shall conform to regulations laid down by various authorities.
1.3

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE PROJECT

Type of the Buildings

--

Residential towers consisting of Residential


Apartments/Dwelling Units/Commercial etc

Max. height of Towers

--

Category: Above 60 m in height

Categories as per NBC

--

Group A - 4 (Residential Apartments)

1.4

LAND USE PATTERN

Total Area under group housing --

Nos of unit & floor in tower

39.375 Acres

ATHENIA - Phase - 1
S. No.

Nos. of Floors

Nos. of Units

1
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( L )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

Description

(S+22/18)
-

46
38

2
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( M )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+22/18)
-

46
38

3
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( N )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+22/18)
-

46
38

4
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( O )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+22/18)
-

46
38

5
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( P )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+21/17)
-

18
44

6
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( Q )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+21/17)
-

18
44

7
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( R )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+21/17)
-

18
44

8
(i)

TOWER - ( S )
4 BED+SQ (RGLR)

(S+21)
-

42

9
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( T )
4 BED+SQ (DLX)
SERVANT

(S+18)
-

36
36

10
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( U )
4 BED+SQ (DLX)
SERVANT

(S+15)
-

30
30

14

Club

(G+1)

8000

15

Shopping

(G+1)

3690

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S. No.

Nos. of Floors

Nos. of Units

EWS BLOCK -01

Description

79

EWS BLOCK -02

79

EWS BLOCK -03

79

Nursery School -01

(G+2)

Nursery School -02

(G+2)

Primary School

(G+2)

AMBROSIA - Phase - 2
S. No.

Description

Nos. of Floors

Nos. of Units

1
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( A )
4 BED+SQ (DLX)
SERVANT

(S+15)
-

30
30

2
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( B )
4 BED+SQ (DLX)
SERVANT

(S+18)
-

36
36

3
(i)

TOWER - ( C )
4 BED+SQ (RGLR)

(S+21)
-

42

4
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( D )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+21/17)
-

18
44

5
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( E )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+21/17)
-

18
44

6
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( F )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+21/17)
-

18
44

7
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( G )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+22/18)
-

46
38

8
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( H )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+22/18)
-

46
38

9
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( J )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+22/18)
-

46
38

10
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( K )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+22/18)
-

46
38

11

Club

(G+1)

8000

12

Shopping

(G+1)

3690

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OLYMPIA - Phase - 3
S. No.

1.5

Nos. of Floors

Nos. of Units

1
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( V )
5 BED
SERVANT

Description

(C+S+27)
-

27
1

2
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( W )
5 BED
SERVANT

(C+S+30)
-

30
1

3
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( X )
5 BED
SERVANT

(C+S+27)
-

27
1

Club

(G+1)

9000

Shopping

(G+1)

820

BROAD CONCEPT OF SERVICES

The Services Systems for the project have been conceptualized based on the acceptable design standards to
produce a concept which is an integrated whole. Effort shall be made to conceal all services and still provide access
to these for accommodating change in requirement in future. Conservation of energy, optimization of resources in
the design concept to ensure least downtime and reduce maintenance hassles.
Every effort shall be made to design, layout and install equipment in locations which will tend to encourage routine
preventive maintenance by providing easy access for operation personnel. Manual isolation shall be provided to
enable servicing, expansion or renovation of any part of the system without interrupting the services in adjacent
areas. The changes made by second agency prior to the consultants approval will be causing a redesign.
1.6

CODE & REGULATION

Plumbing/Sanitary systems will be designed and installed conforming to the following codes and standards:

Regulations of the local authority.

National Building Code (NBC) 2005.

Manual on water supply and treatments published by Central Public Health and Environment
Engineering Organization Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India.

Manual of sewerage and sewage treatment published by Central Public Health and Environment
Engineering Organization Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India.

Relevant BIS Codes.

Good Engineering Practice.

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WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM

2.1

REFERENCE STANDARDS

2.1.1

National Building Code of India 2005

2.1.2

Code & Design Guidelines :


i.

American Society of Plumbing Engineers(ASPE)

Design Data Book Volume I to IV

ii.

Institute of Plumbing Engineers UK

Design Data Book 2002

iii.

International Plumbing Code

2003 Edition

iv. Uniform Plumbing Code


2.2

DESIGN BRIEF

2.2.1

BASE OF DESIGN
The Plumbing services for the project shall be designed keeping in view the following:
i)

Requirement of adequate and equal pressure of cold water in apartment toilets, public toilets, club,
kitchens and other designated areas. Cold water makeup supply to swimming pool & water bodies shall
be ensured.

ii)

Adequate storage of raw water/domestic water in underground water tanks (for one day requirement)
for both North Zone as well as South Zone. Further static water storage for firefighting requirement shall
also be provided based on NBC requirements and as required by local Chief Fire Officer. Separate
underground fire tanks & fire pumps shall be provided as per local fire officers requirement.

iii) Swimming pool recirculation and filtration system.


iv) Recycling of treated waste water (from sewage treatment plant) for flushing, Cooling Tower makeup
and for irrigation water use.
v)

Levels of roads/pavements and other services in the area.

vi) Landscape layout.


vii) Soil Investigation report.
2.2.2

CONCEPT OF THE SYSTEM


The following Plumbing Services are envisaged:
i

Water treatment plant (WTP) to ensure that the chemical and bacteriological parameters of water
supply in the complex are in accordance with IS:10500 standards. Water shall be available from
HUDA/Tanker water supplier only. WTP system design shall be verified for suitability after obtaining
water analysis report from the above two sources.

ii

Sewage and sullage collection system based on applicable guidelines by NBC.

iii

Storm/rain water drainage system from the roof terrace and various levels of the buildings, including
balcony drains, planter drains and fountain drains by means of draining rain water and surface run-off
water to rain water recharge pits, with overflow connection to existing HUDA storm water drains.

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iv

Hot water system comprising of high pressure electrical operated hot water geyser to cater for hot water
requirement of Apartments toilets & kitchen.

iii. Swimming pool recirculation & filtration system complete with balancing tank, pumps, filters, dosing
system and other accessories.
2.3

Calculations for Daily Water Requirement


Phase - 1
ATHENIA
S. No.

Description

Total Water Requirements in LPD

I.

DOMESTIC & FLUSHING

(i)

Domestic water requirement @ 65%

317012.00

(ii)

Flushing water requirement @ 35%

170699.00
Total
Say

487711.00
500 m3/day

L.S.
Say

15000
15 m3/day

L.S.
Say

105000
105 m3/day

L.S.
Say
TOTAL WATER REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PURPOSES

28000
30 m3/day
650 m3/day

II.

III.
IV.

WATERBODY & SWIMMINGPOOL MAKEUP

HORTICULTURAL / ROAD WASHING


FILTER BACK WASH

EWS, Nursery School & Primary School


S. No.

Description

Total Water Requirements in LPD

I.

DOMESTIC & FLUSHING

(i)

Domestic water requirement @ 65%

150720.00

(ii)

Flushing water requirement @ 35%

56926.00
Total
Say

207646.00
210 m3/day

L.S.
Say

5000
5 m3/day

L.S.
Say

43750
45 m3/day

L.S.
Say
TOTAL WATER REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PURPOSES

8500
10 m3/day
270 m3/day

II.
III.
IV.

WATERBODY & SWIMMINGPOOL MAKEUP


HORTICULTURAL / ROAD WASHING
FILTER BACK WASH

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AMBROSIA - Phase - 2
S. No.

Description

Total Water Requirements in LPD

I.

DOMESTIC & FLUSHING

(i)

Domestic water requirement @ 65%

312303.00

(ii)

Flushing water requirement @ 35%

168163.00

II.

Total
Say

480466.00
480 m3/day

L.S.
Say

15000
15 m3/day

L.S.
Say

132500
135 m3/day

L.S.
Say

28000
30 m3/day

WATERBODY & SWIMMINGPOOL MAKEUP

III.

HORTICULTURAL / ROAD WASHING

IV.

FILTER BACK WASH

TOTAL WATER REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PURPOSES

660 m3/day

OLYMPIA - Phase - 3
S. No.

Description

I.
(i)
(ii)

DOMESTIC & FLUSHING


Domestic water requirement @ 65%
Flushing water requirement @ 35%
Total
Say

89128.00
47992.00
137120.00
140 m3/day

L.S.
Say

15000
15 m3/day

L.S.
Say

40000
40 m3/day

L.S.
Say
TOTAL WATER REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PURPOSES

7500
10 m3/day
205 m3/day

II.

WATERBODY & SWIMMINGPOOL MAKEUP

III.

HORTICULTURAL / ROAD WASHING

IV.

2.4

Total Water Requirements in LPD

FILTER BACK WASH

Source

Water will be sourced from the following source:o


o

Municipal Supply
Tanker

The clients may need to furnish information with regard to the availability of water from all the above
two sources.

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2.5

Water Treatment System


In order to decide the exact treatment to be adopted, it is essential to know the chemical composition of raw
water as per IS 10500. Efforts should be made by the clients to get the water samples tested from all the
possible sources. If there is no tube well existing at site, sample may be taken from some other tube well
existing in the vicinity of the site.
In general practice following water treatment system will be adopted.

2.6
2.6.1

2.6.2

The water from the source will be brought into the underground fire static tank to overflow into the raw
water tank. Water from this tank shall be treated in the water treatment plant, consisting of
chlorination, filtration (DMF - Dual Media Filter) and optional softening units, located in the plant room.
Domestic water shall be supplied after chlorination and filtration. A certain amount of water may also
be softened and blended with the domestic water to reduce the water hardness to permissible levels.
The domestic water shall be stored in the domestic water tank. Municipal connection shall be directly
brought into the domestic water tank.

Pumping, Overhead Storage & Distribution System


Domestic Water

For pumping and distribution of domestic water to tower, the gravity system is being proposed. The
domestic water from underground domestic water tank shall be transmitted via variable speed
pumping system to all the overhead tanks located at terrace levels of each tower depending upon
heights, and from there the water shall be supplied by gravity to all user points. The system shall be
designed to take care of peak demand of water and a residual pressure at the ground floor users point
shall be minimum 1.5 kg/cm2. Since the pressure in the lower floors shall be high, pressure reducing
valves shall be provided to maintain reasonable pressure. The low rise building club/nursery school
will be feed thru extended by the gravity line from nearby towers with pressure reducing station at
ground floor level or separate pumping system as per requirement. The top four floors will have
separate hydro pneumatic pumping system. (Min 1.5 kg/cm2)

Each tower shall have an OH tank (Domestic) as per requirement.

Water supply system will be completely automatic through mechanically operated valve with level
controller. The ON/OFF operation of the motorized valve will get signal from level controller placed in
domestic water tank.

Flushing Water

Since the recycled water from STP is to be used for flushing, an independent system of pumps, pipes
and overhead tank in each tower shall be provided. This water shall be used only for flushing and
ablution taps/health faucets shall be connected to domestic water.

Similar pumping system is proposed for flushing water system as described in Domestic water
system.

Each tower shall have an OH tank (Flushing) as per requirement & mechanically operated valve with
level controller. The ON/OFF operation of the motorized valve will get signal from level controller
placed in flushing water tank.

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2.6.3

2.6.4

2.6.5

Water for Irrigation/Horticulture/Road washing

Water to the garden hydrants shall be supplied through a separate garden hydrant pump, which shall
be supply water from treated sewage tank near STP. Another set of pump will be provided near raw
water tank in plant room for fill the treated sewage water tank whenever the sewage flow is low.

Operation of these pumps shall be manually operated system.

Soft water

Soft water shall be provided by separate soft water transfer pumps to the DG Cooling Towers, as per
requirements.

It is proposed to supply soft water from STP treated water tank.

It is proposed that all mechanical equipments shall have 100 % backup to prevent any breakdown in
the system.

Water body & Swimming pool makeup water

2.6.6

2.7

Hot water system

Provision of electric operated geyser shall be made in the toilet and kitchen of individual flat.

It is mandatory to provide 20% of total water consumption from solar water heating system to the
individual geysers inlet as required by MOEF.

It is therefore proposed to provide Solar Water Heating system is only for one toilet of each apartment
as supply of preheated water to geyser.

All hot water supply pipe shall be insulated by Nitrile Insulation

Location & Area requirements for Plant Room & Storages

2.8

For water body & swimming pool separate filtration plant & balancing tank will be proposed and supply
makeup water from there.

The U.G. water tanks shall be located separately as marked in the drawing by the Architect and the
Plumbing & Fire Fighting plant room shall be adjacent to underground tank. The plant room has fire
pumps, water supply pumps, water treatment plant and all other related equipment located there.
These services shall act as a centralized system for all the towers/buildings.

Tank Storages

The capacity of all Underground & Overhead Storages shall be as follows:

UNDER GROUND TANK


PHASE - 1
o

UG Fire static storage

350 m3 (2 x 175 m3)

UG Raw water tank

150 m3 (2 x 75 m3)

UG Domestic water tank

200 m3 (2 x 100 m3)

EWS, NURSERY SCHOOL & PRIMARY


o

UG Raw water tank

100 m3 (2 x 50 m3)

UG Domestic water tank

100 m3 (2 x 50 m3)

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PHASE - 2
o

UG Fire static storage

350 m3 (2 x 175 m3)

UG Raw water tank

220 m3 (2 x 110 m3)

UG Domestic water tank

250 m3 (2 x 125 m3)

UG Fire static storage

200 m3 (2 x 100 m3)

UG Raw water tank

50 m3 (1 x 50 m3)

UG Domestic water tank

50 m3 (1 x 50 m3)

PHASE - 3

OVER HEAD TANK


PHASE 1
ATHENIA
S.
NO.
1

BUILDING NAME

DOMESTIC

FLUSHING

FIRE

TOWER - ( L )

18450

9950

25000

TOWER - ( M )

18450

9950

25000

TOWER - ( N )

18450

9950

25000

TOWER - ( O )

18450

9950

25000

TOWER - ( P )

13650

7350

25000

TOWER - ( Q )

13650

7350

25000

TOWER - ( R )

13650

7350

25000

TOWER - ( S )

9250

5000

25000

TOWER - ( T )

11100

6000

10000

10

TOWER - ( U )

9250

5000

10000

11

Club & Shopping

9750

5250

10000

DOMESTIC

FLUSHING

FIRE

EWS, NURSERY SCHOOL & PRIMARY


S.
NO.
1

EWS BLOCK -01

17350

9500

5000

EWS BLOCK -02

17350

9500

5000

EWS BLOCK -03

17350

9500

5000

Nursery School -01

5000

10000

Nursery School -02

5000

10000

Primary School

12500

10000

BUILDING NAME

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PHASE - 2
S.
NO.
1

BUILDING NAME

DOMESTIC

FLUSHING

FIRE

TOWER - ( A )

9250

5000

10000

TOWER - ( B )

11100

6000

10000

TOWER - ( C )

9250

5000

25000

TOWER - ( D )

13650

7350

25000

TOWER - ( E )

13650

7350

25000

TOWER - ( F )

13650

7350

25000

TOWER - ( G )

18450

9950

25000

TOWER - ( H )

18450

9950

25000

TOWER - ( J )

18450

9950

25000

10

TOWER - ( K )

18450

9950

25000

15

Club & Shopping

9750

5250

10000

DOMESTIC

FLUSHING

FIRE

PHASE - 3

2.9

S.
NO.
1

TOWER - ( V )

8950

4800

25000

TOWER - ( W )

9900

5350

25000

TOWER - ( X )

8950

4800

25000

Club

16250

8750

10000

BUILDING NAME

Area requirement for UGT & Plant room


PHASE - 1
o

Area required for UG Tanks

200 m2 (approx. 20 x 10 meters)

Area required for Plant Room

120 m2 (approx. 12 x 10 meters)

Area required for UG Tanks

235 m2 (approx. 24 x 10 meters)

Area required for Plant Room

120 m2 (approx. 12 x 10 meters)

Area required for UG Tanks

100 m2 (approx. 10 x 10 meters)

Area required for Plant Room

90 m2 (approx. 9 x 10 meters)

PHASE - 2

PHASE - 3

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2.10

Materials for Water Supply

The pipes inside shafts/Terrace/Basement ceiling shall be G.I. pipes conforming to IS 1729 and
internal pipes for water supply shall be CPVC (chlorinated poly vinyl chloride) conforming to IS
15778 CTS SDR-11 using solvent cement joints.

Fittings shall be G.I. & CPVC.

Valves on branches, main line and pumps shall have ball valve/gate valve/butterfly valve of good
approved quality, as per requirement.

Internal hot water pipes shall be insulated as per requirements.

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PROJECT: ACROPOLIS GROUP HOUSING, SECTOR-108 , GURGAON, HARYANA.


S.
NO.

BUILDING NAME

NO. OF
FLOORS

UNITS /
BLOCK

PER
UNIT
POP.

TOTAL
POP.

LPCD

TOTAL
REQUIREMENT

DOMESTIC
WATER
@65%

Overhead
Tank
(DOMESTIC)

FLUSHING
WATER
@35%

OHT
(FLUSHING)

SEWERAGE
FLOW
(LITRES)

OHT
FOR
FIRE

80%
1
(i)
( ii )

PHASE - 1 (ATHENIA)
TOWER - ( L )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+23/19)
-

46
38

5
5

420
230
190

135
-

56700
-

36855
-

18450
-

19845
-

9950
-

45360
-

25000
-

2
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( M )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+23/19)
-

46
38

5
5

420
230
190

135
-

56700
-

36855
-

18450
-

19845
-

9950
-

45360
-

25000
-

3
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( N )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+23/19)
-

46
38

5
5

420
230
190

135
-

56700
-

36855
-

18450
-

19845
-

9950
-

45360
-

25000
-

4
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( O )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+23/19)
-

46
38

5
5

420
230
190

135
-

56700
-

36855
-

18450
-

19845
-

9950
-

45360
-

25000
-

5
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( P )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+22/18)
-

18
44

5
5

310
90
220

135
-

41850
-

27202.5
-

13650
-

14647.5
-

7350
-

33480
-

25000
-

6
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( Q )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+22/18)
-

18
44

5
5

310
90
220

135
-

41850
-

27202.5
-

13650
-

14647.5
-

7350
-

33480
-

25000
-

7
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( R )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+22/18)
-

18
44

5
5

310
90
220

135
-

41850
-

27202.5
-

13650
-

14647.5
-

7350
-

33480
-

25000
-

8
(i)

TOWER - ( S )
4 BED+SQ (RGLR)

(S+21)
-

42

210
210

135
-

28350
-

18427.5
-

9250
-

9922.5
-

5000
-

22680
-

25000
-

9
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( T )
4 BED+SQ (DLX)
SERVANT

(S+18)
-

36
36

5
2

252
180
72

135
-

34020
-

22113
-

11100
-

11907
-

6000
-

27216
-

10000
-

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10
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( U )
4 BED+SQ (DLX)
SERVANT

(S+15)
-

30
30

PER
UNIT
POP.
5
2

11

Visitors @ 15% of
Population

12

Club & Shopping

(G+1)

13

Horticultures

14

Waterbody & Swimming pool


makeup water

15000

15

Road washing

25000

16

Filter Back Wash

28000

635710.00

317012.00

S.
NO.

BUILDING NAME

NO. OF
FLOORS

UNITS /
BLOCK

Overhead
Tank
(DOMESTIC)
9250
-

FLUSHING
WATER
@35%
9922.5
-

14640

9516

30000

19500

80000

LPCD

TOTAL
REQUIREMENT

210
150
60

135
-

976

15

Lumpsum
3.2 Acre @ 25000 Ltrs/Acre

630.00

28350
-

DOMESTIC
WATER
@65%
18427.5
-

TOTAL
POP.

6504.00

A)
a)

TOTAL DAILY WATER DEMAND


TOTAL DOMESTIC & FLUSHING USE

b)

TOTAL DOMESTIC

317012.00 LTRS.

c)

TOTAL FLUSHING

170699.00 LTRS.

TOTAL

487711.00 LTRS.

d)

WATER BODIES/ SWIMMING POOL

15000.00 LTRS.

e)

HORTICULTURE/ ROAD WASHING

105000.00 LTRS.

e)

Filter Back Wash

28000.00 LTRS.

GRAND TOTAL

635,711.00 LTRS.

5000
-

SEWERAGE
FLOW
(LITRES)
22680
-

OHT
FOR
FIRE
10000
-

5124

11712

9750

10500

5250

24000.00

10000

170699.00

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OHT
(FLUSHING)

390168.00

B)

SEWAGE FLOW

a)

DAILY REQUIREMENT

b)

RATE OF FLOW TO SEWER

c)

FLOW TO SEWER

d)

SEWAGE FLOW

e)

CAPACITY OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT

391 KLD

f)

WATER AVAILABLE FOR RECYCLING (FLUSHING &


GARDENING)

332 KLD

487,711 LPD
80%
390,169 LPD
390.2 KLD

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S.
NO.

BUIDING NAME

NO. OF
FLOORS

UNITS /
BLOCK

PER
UNIT
POP.

TOTAL
POP.

LPCD

TOTAL
REQUIREMENT

DOMESTIC
WATER
@65%

Overhead
Tank
(DOMESTIC)

FLUSHING
WATER
@35%

OHT
(FLUSHING)

SEWERAGE
FLOW
(LITRES)

OHT
FOR
FIRE

1
(i)
( ii )

PHASE - 2 (AMBROSIA)
TOWER - ( A )
4 BED+SQ (DLX)
SERVANT

(S+15)
-

30
30

5
2

210
150
60

135
-

28350
-

18427.5
-

9250
-

9922.5
-

5000
-

22680
-

10000
-

2
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( B )
4 BED+SQ (DLX)
SERVANT

(S+18)
-

36
36

5
2

252
180
72

135
-

34020
-

22113
-

11100
-

11907
-

6000
-

27216
-

10000
-

3
(i)

TOWER - ( C )
4 BED+SQ (RGLR)

(S+21)
-

42

210
210

135
-

28350
-

18427.5
-

9250
-

9922.5
-

5000
-

22680
-

25000
-

4
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( D )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+22/18)
-

18
44

5
5

310
90
220

135
-

41850
-

27202.5
-

13650
-

14647.5
-

7350
-

33480
-

25000
-

5
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( E )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+22/18)
-

18
44

5
5

310
90
220

135
-

41850
-

27202.5
-

13650
-

14647.5
-

7350
-

33480
-

25000
-

6
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( F )
4 BED+SQ (S)
3 BED+SQ (DLX)

(S+22/18)
-

18
44

5
5

310
90
220

135
-

41850
-

27202.5
-

13650
-

14647.5
-

7350
-

33480
-

25000
-

7
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( G )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+23/19)
-

46
38

5
5

420
230
190

135
-

56700
-

36855
-

18450
-

19845
-

9950
-

45360
-

25000
-

8
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( H )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+23/19)
-

46
38

5
5

420
230
190

135
-

56700
-

36855
-

18450
-

19845
-

9950
-

45360
-

25000
-

9
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( J )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+23/19)
-

46
38

5
5

420
230
190

135
-

56700
-

36855
-

18450
-

19845
-

9950
-

45360
-

25000
-

10
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( K )
3 BED+SQ (RGLR)
3 BED+SQ (S)

(S+23/19)
-

46
38

5
5

420
230
190

135
-

56700
-

36855
-

18450
-

19845
-

9950
-

45360
-

25000
-

11

Visitors @ 15% of Population

493

15

7395

4806.75

2588.25

5916

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S.
NO.

BUIDING NAME

NO. OF
FLOORS

UNITS /
BLOCK

PER
UNIT
POP.

(G+1)

TOTAL
POP.

LPCD

TOTAL
REQUIREMENT

DOMESTIC
WATER
@65%

Overhead
Tank
(DOMESTIC)

FLUSHING
WATER
@35%

OHT
(FLUSHING)

SEWERAGE
FLOW
(LITRES)

OHT
FOR
FIRE

30000

19500

9750

10500

5250

24000.00

10000

102500

12

Club & Shopping

13

Horticultures

14

Waterbody & Swimming pool


makeup water

15000

15

Road washing

30000

16

Filter Back Wash

28000

655965.00

312303.00

Lumpsum
4.1 Acre @ 25000 Ltrs/Acre

630.00

3282.00

A)
a)

TOTAL DAILY WATER DEMAND


TOTAL DOMESTIC & FLUSHING USE

b)

TOTAL DOMESTIC

312303.00 LTRS.

c)

TOTAL FLUSHING

168163.00 LTRS.

TOTAL

480466.00 LTRS.

d)

WATER BODIES/SWIMMING POOL

15000.00 LTRS.

e)

HORTICULTURE/ROAD WASHING

132500.00 LTRS.

e)

Filter Back Wash


GRAND TOTAL

28000.00 LTRS.
655,966.00 LTRS.

B)

SEWAGE FLOW

a)

DAILY REQUIREMENT

b)

RATE OF FLOW TO SEWER

c)

FLOW TO SEWER

d)

SEWAGE FLOW

e)

CAPACITY OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT

385 KLD

f)

WATER AVAILABLE FOR RECYCLING (FLUSHING


& GARDENING)

327 KLD

168163.00

480,466 LPD
80%
384,373 LPD
384.4 KLD

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384372.00

S.
NO.

BUIDING NAME

NO. OF
FLOORS

UNITS /
BLOCK

PER
UNIT
POP.

TOTAL
POP.

LPCD

TOTAL
REQUIREMENT

DOMESTIC
WATER
@65%

Overhead
Tank
(DOMESTIC)

FLUSHING
WATER
@35%

OHT
(FLUSHING)

SEWERAGE
FLOW
(LITRES)

OHT
FOR
FIRE

1
(i)
( ii )

PHASE - 3 (OLYMPIA)
TOWER - ( V )
5 BED
SERVANT

(C+S+27)
-

27
1

5
2

137
135
2

200
-

27400
-

17810
-

8950
-

9590
-

4800
-

21920
-

25000
-

2
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( W )
5 BED
SERVANT

(C+S+30)
-

30
1

5
2

152
150
2

200
-

30400
-

19760
-

9900
-

10640
-

5350
-

24320
-

25000
-

3
(i)
( ii )

TOWER - ( X )
5 BED
SERVANT

(C+S+27)
-

27
1

5
2

137
135
2

200
-

27400
-

17810
-

8950
-

9590
-

4800
-

21920
-

25000
-

128

15

1920

1248

672

1536

50000

32500.00

16250

17500.00

8750

40000.00

25000

Visitors @ 15% of Population

Club

Horticultures

Waterbody & Swimming pool makeup water

15000

Road washing

15000

Filter Back Wash

7500

199620.00

89128.00

(G+1)

Lumpsum
1.0 Acre @ 25000 Ltrs/Acre

84.00

852.00

A)
a)

TOTAL DAILY WATER DEMAND


TOTAL DOMESTIC & FLUSHING USE

b)

TOTAL DOMESTIC

89128.00 LTRS.

c)

TOTAL FLUSHING

47992.00 LTRS.

TOTAL

47992.00

137120.00 LTRS.

d)

WATER BODIES/ SWIMMING POOL

15000.00 LTRS.

e)

HORTICULTURE/ ROAD WASHING

40000.00 LTRS.

e)

Filter Back Wash


GRAND TOTAL

7500.00 LTRS.
199,620.00 LTRS.

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109696.00

B)

SEWAGE FLOW

a)

DAILY REQUIREMENT

b)

RATE OF FLOW TO SEWER

c)

FLOW TO SEWER

d)

SEWAGE FLOW

e)

CAPACITY OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT

f)

WATER AVAILABLE FOR RECYCLING (FLUSHING &


GARDENING)

137,120 LPD
80%
109,696 LPD
109.7 KLD
110 KLD
94 KLD

NO. OF
FLOORS

UNITS /
BLOCK

PER
UNIT
POP.

TOTAL
POP.

LPCD

TOTAL
REQUIREMENT

DOMESTIC
WATER
@65%

Overhead
Tank
(DOMESTIC)

FLUSHING
WATER
@35%

OHT
(FLUSHING)

SEWERAGE
FLOW
(LITRES)

OHT
FOR
FIRE

EWS & OTHERS


EWS BLOCK -01

79

395

135

53325

34661.25

17350

18663.75

9500

42660

5000

EWS BLOCK -02

79

395

135

53325

34661.25

17350

18663.75

9500

42660

5000

EWS BLOCK -03

79

395

135

53325

34661.25

17350

18663.75

9500

42660

5000

Visitors @ 15% of
Population

178

15

2670

1735.5

934.5

2136

Nursery School -01

(G+2)

Lumpsum

10000

10000.00

5000

8000.00

10000

Nursery School -02

(G+2)

Lumpsum

10000

10000.00

5000

8000.00

10000

Primary School

(G+2)

Lumpsum

25000

25000

12500

20000.00

10000

Horticultures

0.75 Acre @ 25000 Ltrs/Acre

18750

Waterbody & Swimming pool


makeup water

5000

10

Road washing

25000

11

Filter Back Wash

8500

264895.0

150720.0

S.
NO.

BUIDING NAME

171.0

1185.0

56926.0

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166116.0

A)
a)

TOTAL DAILY WATER DEMAND


TOTAL DOMESTIC & FLUSHING USE

b)

TOTAL DOMESTIC

150720.00 LTRS.

c)

TOTAL FLUSHING

56926.00 LTRS.

TOTAL

207646.00 LTRS.

d)

WATER BODIES/SWIMMING POOL

5000.00 LTRS.

e)

HORTICULTURE/ROAD WASHING

43750.00 LTRS.

e)

Filter Back Wash


GRAND TOTAL

B)

SEWAGE FLOW

a)

DAILY REQUIREMENT

b)

RATE OF FLOW TO SEWER

c)

FLOW TO SEWER

d)

SEWAGE FLOW

e)

CAPACITY OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT

167 KLD

f)

WATER AVAILABLE FOR RECYCLING (FLUSHING &


GARDENING)

142 KLD

8500.00 LTRS.
264,896.00 LTRS.

207,646 LPD
80%
166,117 LPD
166.1 KLD

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SEWERAGE SYSTEM

3.1

As per MOEF requirement it is mandatory to provide STP and same shall be done for this project.

3.2

It is proposed that the sewage generated from the entire tower shall be treated in a sewage treatment plant,
so that the treated effluent can be recycled for horticulture, flushing & soft water requirements of the site &
balance treated water can be sold to outside agencies. So that site will be ZERO discharge site.

3.3

Design Conditions

a.

Termination of vent cowl at terrace level.

b.

Provision of adequate slope for horizontal header pipes in the ceiling level of the floor for achieving
self-cleaning velocity in the pipes.

c.

Provision of cleanout plugs.

d.

Provision of the system services maintenance.

System Designed

The sewerage system will be based on conventional water carriage system, in which soil and
domestic waste generated by individual buildings/units will be collected into a collection chamber,
through soil and waste piping system.

The sanitary, waste & vent system shall be water tight and gas tight designed to prevent escape of
foul gas and odour from various fixtures.

Provision of ASP vertical vent shall be made for hygiene, safety considerations, and to avoid entry of
foul smell into occupied areas.

Vent system shall be designed to facilitate escape of gases and odour from all parts of sanitary and
waste system to the atmosphere at a point above the building and to allow admittance of air to all
part of the system, so that siphonage, aspiration or back pressure conditions do not cause loss of
seal at traps.

It is proposed to use uPVC SWR pipe for soil/waste application. The soil & waste piping from toilet
shall be connected vertical stack located inside the pipe shaft which shall be coordinated with other
services and in consultation with the Architect.

The collection chamber from all units shall be connected to the nearest manhole on the external
sewer line planned along the periphery of the building and as per site conditions.

It is recommended that the domestic sewage shall finally be carried due to gravity to one disposal
point for further treatment in the Sewage Treatment Plant.

Phase - 1, As per calculation total domestic water consumption, is about 488 m3/day. For designing
the STP it is considered that 80% of water consumed gets converted in to sewage. Based on this
fundamental the capacity of STP shall be 391 m3/day. But for working point, we are proposing STP
capacity 460 KLD as per EIA requirement.

Phase - 2, As per calculation total domestic water consumption, is about 481 m3/day. For designing
the STP it is considered that 80% of water consumed gets converted in to sewage. Based on this
fundamental the capacity of STP shall be 385 m3/day. But for working point, we are proposing STP
capacity 460 KLD as per EIA requirement.

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3.4

3.5

3.6

Phase - 3, As per calculation total domestic water consumption, is about 137 m3/day. For designing
the STP it is considered that 80% of water consumed gets converted in to sewage. Based on this
fundamental the capacity of STP shall be 110 m3/day. But for working point, we are proposing STP
capacity 140 KLD as per EIA requirement.

EWS, Nursery & Primary Schools, As per calculation total domestic water consumption, is about
208 m3/day. For designing the STP it is considered that 80% of water consumed gets converted in
to sewage. Based on this fundamental the capacity of STP shall be 170 m3/day. But for working
point, we are proposing STP capacity 210 KLD as per EIA requirement.

Treated effluent shall be filtered through Dual Media Filter (DMF) & Activated Carbon filter (ACF)
and stored in an UG tank for use in flushing and Horticulture.

Further filtered water will be softened and used for DG Cooling tower.

Basic characteristic of incoming and outgoing parameter are as follows:


Parameter

Raw Sewage
(Incoming)

Treated Sewage
(SAFF treatment)

Ph
BOD 5 @200 C
Suspended
COD
Oil & Grease

7.5 - 8.5
200 - 250 mg/l
200 - 400 mg/l
400 - 500 mg/l
30 mg/l

6.5 8.0
Less than 10 mg/l (Less than 10 mg/l) as per EIA
Less than 10 mgl
Less than 60mg/l
Less than 5 mg/l

Material Specifications for the Sewerage System

SW Pipes: For dia. 100mm, 150mm and 200mm Grade A as per IS:651 depending on site
conditions with laying, jointing and bedding as per IS:4127-1983

RCC Pipes Class NP3: For dia 250mm and above as per IS: 458, for normal slopes and general
site conditions.

Manholes

The manholes shall be constructed of brick masonry as per standard specifications of National
Building Code and shall be having details as follows:o

Rectangular of size 900x800mm up to 900mm depth.

Circular of size 910mm dia from 900mm up to 1670mm depth.

Circular of size 1220mm dia from 1668mm up to 2290mm depth.

Circular of size 1520mm dia from 2290mm up to 4180mm depth.

Manhole Covers
Steel fiber reinforced concrete (SFRC) Manhole cover with frame conforming to IS: 12592 shall be
provided.

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Design Parameters for 2 x 230 KLD STP on MBBR Technology


Description

S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Sewage generated
Sewage to be treated
Say
BOD in influent
Total BOD load on plant
Suspended solid influent
SS load on plant

7
8
9

Desired effluent standard


BOD
SS

10

Usage :Gardening, Flushing, Road Washing

11

Plant Design:Operating conditions


Hours of use
Av. hourly flow

11.1

Equalization Tank
Retention Period
Capacity
Compartments
Capacity of each compts.
Depth
Surface Area
Say
Length
Width
Surface area

11.2

460
460
460
300
138
450
207

m3/day
m3/day
m3/day
mg/l
kg/day
mg/l
kg/day

Tertiary Treatment
Before
After
30
<20
mg/l
50
<10
mg/l

18 hrs.
25.56 m3/hr
5
127.78
1
127.78
3.5
36.508

hrs
m3
Nos.
m3
m
m2

6.50 m
5.70 m
37.1 m2

(Based on MBBR technology)

a)
b)
c)
d)

Flow
BOD
Media wading ratio
Volume of media (BOD/LR)

460 m3/day
138 kg/day
3.2
43.13 m3

e)
f)
g)
h)

Nos. of tanks
Volume per tank
Depth of media
Surface Area of tank

2.0
21.6 m3
2.0 m
10.8 m2

i)
j)

Width of tank
length
say
length including baffle wall etc

2.4
4.5
4.5
21.6

m
m
m
m3

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11.3

11.4

11.5

11.6

Settling Tank
Nos. of tank
Total Flow Rate
Flow Rate
Surface Loading Rate
Operation Time
Retention Time
Area Required
Length
Width
Straight Height
Total height

2.0
460.0
153.3
3.0
20.0
4.5
2.6
3.6
2.4
2.0
4.0

Sludge Holding Tank


Nos. of tank
Total Flow
Inlet BOD
Outlet BOD
Suspended Solid
BOD to be removed per Day
Excess sludge generation rate
Suspended Solid to be removed
Total Sludge to be removed
Considering Sludge density as 5% thickening
Total Sludge to be removed per day
Volume of tank for 20 days
Length
Width
Height (Water depth 3.5)
Volume

1.0
460.0
300.0
20.0
450.0
128.8
38.6
207.0
335.8
0.05
6.716
134.3
6.4
5.3
4.0
135.7

Clarified Water Tank (CWT)


Nos. of tank
Total Flow
Average flow
Hydraulic Retention time
Volume required
Length
Width
Height

1.0
460.0
23.0
4.0
92.0
5.4
4.3
4.0

m3/day
m3/hr
hr
m3
m
m
m

Final Effluent Tank


Nos. of tank
Total Flow
Average flow
Hydraulic Retention time
Volume required
Length
Width
Height
Volume

2.0
460.0
23.0
10.0
230.0
6.2
4.7
4.0
233.1

m3/day
m3/hr
hr
m3
m
m
m
m3

m3/day
m3/hr
m3/hr/m2
hr
hr
m2
m
m
m
m

m3/day
mg/l
mg/l
mg/l
Kg/day
Kg/day
Kg/day
Kg/day
m3/day
m3
m
m
m
m3

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AIR REQUIREMENT FOR THE PLANT


Air Requirement for SAFF Tank
Total Flow
BOD to be removed
Oxygen required per kgs of BOD to be removed
Total Oxygen required to remove BOD
Consider oxygen transfer rate12%
21% oxygen content in atmospheric air
1.18 density
Total Oxygen required to remove BOD
Say
Air Requirement for Equalisation Tank
Air transfer for Equalisation Tank 70%
Total Air Requirement for Equalisation tank
Say
Air Requirement for Sludge Holding Tank
Air transfer for Sludge Holding Tank 75%
Total Air Requirement for Sludge Holding tank
Say
TOTAL AIR REQUIREMENT
Say

13

14

15

460
138
1.4
193.2
0.12
0.21
1.18
270.72
280.00

m3/day
kg/day
kgs/kg/day
kg/day
kg/m3
m3/hr
m3/hr

0.7
89.44444444 m3/hr
90.00 m3/hr
0.75
100.74
110.00
480
480

m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr

Raw Sewerage Pumps


Flow
Operational hours
Average flow
Provide (2 working + 1 standby)
Pump Flow rate
Head

460
18
25.56
12.78
220.0
10 to 12

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
LPM
m

Filter Feed Pump


Flow
Operational hours
Average flow
Say
Provide (2 working + 1 standby)
Pump Flow rate
Head

460
15
30.67
30.67
15.33333333
260.0
35

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr
LPM
m

Sludge Disposal Pump


Flow
40% of total flow
Operational hours
Average flow
Provide (2 working + 1 standby)
Pump Flow rate
Head

460
184
10
18.40
9.20
160.0
15

m3/day
m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
LPM
m

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Pressure Sand Filter


Flow
Operational hours
Capacity
Say
Filtration Rate
Dia of Vessel
Say
Height of Straight

460
15
30.67
30.67
16
1.56
1600
1500

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr/m2
m
mm
mm

Activated Carbon Filter


Flow
Operational hours
Capacity
Say
Filtration Rate
Dia of Vesel
Say
Height of Straight

460
15
30.67
30.67
14
1.67
1700
1500

m /day
hrs.
m3/hr
3
m /hr
3
m /hr/m2
m
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mm

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Design Parameters for 140 KLD STP on MBBR Technology


S. No.
1
2

Description
Sewage generated
Sewage to be treated
Say

3
4
5
6

BOD in influent
Total BOD load on plant
Suspended solid influent
SS load on plant

7
8
9

Desired effluent standard


BOD
SS

10

Usage :Gardening, Flushing, Road Washing

11

Plant Design:Operating conditions


Hours of use
Av. hourly flow

11.1

Equalization Tank
Retention Period
Capacity
Compartments
Capacity of each compts.
Depth
Surface Area
Say
Length
Width
Surface area

11.2

140
140
140
300
42
450
63

m3/day
m3/day
m3/day
mg/l
kg/day
mg/l
kg/day

Tertiary Treatment
Before
After
30
<20
mg/l
50
<10
mg/l

18 hrs.
7.78 m3/hr
5
38.89
1
38.89
3.5
11.111

hrs
m3
Nos.
m3
m
m2

3.70 m
3.20 m
11.84 m2

(Based on MBBR technology)

a)
b)
c)
d)

Flow
BOD
Media wading ratio
Volume of media (BOD/LR)

140 m3/day
42 kg/day
3.2
13.13 m3

e)
f)
g)
h)

Nos. of tanks
Volume per tank
Depth of media
Surface Area of tank

1.0
13.1 m3
2.0 m
6.6 m2

i)
j)

Width of tank
length
say
length including baffle wall etc

2.2
3.0
3.0
13.2

m
m
m
m3

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11.3

11.4

11.5

11.6

Settling Tank
Nos. of tank
Total Flow Rate
Flow Rate
Surface Loading Rate
Operation Time
Retention Time
Area Required
Length
Width
Straight Height
Total height

1.0
140.0
140.0
3.0
20.0
4.5
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.0
4.0

Sludge Holding Tank


Nos. of tank
Total Flow
Inlet BOD
Outlet BOD
Suspended Solid
BOD to be removed per Day
Excess sludge generation rate
Suspended Solid to be removed
Total Sludge to be removed
Considering Sludge density as 5% thickening
Total Sludge to be removed per day
Volume of tank for 20 days
Length
Width
Height (Water depth 3.5)
Volume

1.0
140.0
300.0
20.0
450.0
39.2
11.8
63.0
102.2
0.05
2.044
40.9
3.6
2.9
4.0
41.8

Clarified Water Tank (CWT)


Nos. of tank
Total Flow
Average flow
Hydraulic Retention time
Volume required
Length
Width
Height

1.0
140.0
7.0
4.0
28.0
3.0
2.4
4.0

m3/day
m3/hr
hr
m3
m
m
m

Final Effluent Tank


Nos. of tank
Total Flow
Average flow
Hydraulic Retention time
Volume required
Length
Width
Height
Volume

1.0
140.0
7.0
10.0
70.0
4.8
3.7
4.0
71.0

m3/day
m3/hr
hr
m3
m
m
m
m3

m3/day
m3/hr
m3/hr/m2
hr
hr
m2
m
m
m
m

m3/day
mg/l
mg/l
mg/l
Kg/day
Kg/day
Kg/day
Kg/day
m3/day
m3
m
m
m
m3

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AIR REQUIREMENT FOR THE PLANT


Air Requirement for SAFF Tank
Total Flow
BOD to be removed
Oxygen required per kgs of BOD to be removed
Total Oxygen required to remove BOD
Consider oxygen transfer rate12%
21% oxygen content in atmospheric air
1.18 density
Total Oxygen required to remove BOD
Say
Air Requirement for Equalisation Tank
Air transfer for Equalisation Tank 70%
Total Air Requirement for Equalisation tank
Say
Air Requirement for Sludge Holding Tank
Air transfer for Sludge Holding Tank 75%
Total Air Requirement for Sludge Holding tank
Say
TOTAL AIR REQUIREMENT
Say

13

14

15

140
42
1.4
58.8
0.12
0.21
1.18
82.39
90.00

m3/day
kg/day
kgs/kg/day
kg/day
kg/m3
m3/hr
m3/hr

0.7
27.2222 m3/hr
30.00 m3/hr
0.75
30.66
40.00
160
160

m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr

Raw Sewerage Pumps


Flow
Operational hours
Average flow
Provide (1 working + 1 standby)
Pump Flow rate
Head

140
18
7.78
7.78
130.0
10 to 12

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
LPM
m

Filter Feed Pump


Flow
Operational hours
Average flow
Say
Provide (1 working + 1 standby)
Pump Flow rate
Head

140
15
9.3
9.3
9.3
160.0
35

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr
LPM
m

Sludge Disposal Pump


Flow
40% of total flow
Operational hours
Average flow
Provide (1 working + 1 standby)
Pump Flow rate
Head

140
56
10
5.6
5.6
100.0
15

m3/day
m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
LPM
m

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18

Pressure Sand Filter


Flow
Operational hours
Capacity
Say
Filtration Rate
Dia of Vessel
Say
Height of Straight

140
15
9.3
9.3
16
0.86
900
1200

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr/m2
m
mm
mm

Activated Carbon Filter


Flow
Operational hours
Capacity
Say
Filtration Rate
Dia of Vessel
Say
Height of Straight

140
15
9.33
9.33
14
0.92
1000
1200

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr/m2
m
mm
mm

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Design Parameters for 2 x 105 KLD STP on MBBR Technology


S. No.
1
2

Description
Sewage generated
Sewage to be treated
Say

3
4
5
6

BOD in influent
Total BOD load on plant
Suspended solid influent
SS load on plant

7
8
9

Desired effluent standard


BOD
SS

10

Usage :Gardening, Flushing, Road Washing

11

Plant Design:Operating conditions


Hours of use
Av. hourly flow

11.1

Equalization Tank
Retention Period
Capacity
Compartments
Capacity of each compts.
Depth
Surface Area
Say
Length
Width
Surface area

11.2

210
210
210
300
63
450
94.5

m3/day
m3/day
m3/day
mg/l
kg/day
mg/l
kg/day

Tertiary Treatment
Before
After
30
<20
mg/l
50
<10
mg/l

18 hrs.
11.67 m3/hr
5
58.33
1
58.33
3.5
16.667

hrs
m3
Nos.
m3
m
m2

4.40 m
3.80 m
16.7 m2

(Based on MBBR technology)

a)
b)
c)
d)

Flow
BOD
Media wading ratio
Volume of media (BOD/LR)

e)
f)
g)
h)

Nos. of tanks
Volume per tank
Depth of media
Surface Area of tank

i)
j)

Width of tank
length
say
length including baffle wall etc

210 m3/day
63 kg/day
3.2
19.69 m3
2.0
9.8 m3
2.0 m
4.9 m2
2.2
2.2
2.4
10.6

m
m
m
m3

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11.3

11.4

11.5

11.6

Settling Tank
Nos. of tank
Total Flow Rate
Flow Rate
Surface Loading Rate
Operation Time
Retention Time
Area Required
Length
Width
Straight Height
Total height

2.0
210.0
105.0
3.0
20.0
4.5
1.8
3.6
2.2
2.4
4.0

Sludge Holding Tank


Nos. of tank
Total Flow
Inlet BOD
Outlet BOD
Suspended Solid
BOD to be removed per Day
Excess sludge generation rate
Suspended Solid to be removed
Total Sludge to be removed
Considering Sludge density as 5% thickening
Total Sludge to be removed per day
Volume of tank for 20 days
Length
Width
Height (Water depth 3.5)
Volume

1.0
210.0
300.0
20.0
450.0
58.8
17.6
94.5
153.3
0.05
3.066
61.3
4.8
3.2
4.0
61.4

Clarified Water Tank (CWT)


Nos. of tank
Total Flow
Average flow
Hydraulic Retention time
Volume required
Length
Width
Height

1.0
210.0
10.5
4.0
42.0
7.3
5.9
4.0

m3/day
m3/hr
hr
m3
m
m
m

Final Effluent Tank


Nos. of tank
Total Flow
Average flow
Hydraulic Retention time
Volume required
Length
Width
Height
Volume

2.0
210.0
10.5
10.0
105.0
4.0
3.3
4.0
105.6

m3/day
m3/hr
hr
m3
m
m
m
m3

m3/day
m3/hr
m3/hr/m2
hr
hr
m2
m
m
m
m

m3/day
mg/l
mg/l
mg/l
Kg/day
Kg/day
Kg/day
Kg/day
m3/day
m3
m
m
m
m3

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AIR REQUIREMENT FOR THE PLANT


Air Requirement for SAFF Tank
Total Flow
BOD to be removed
Oxygen required per kgs of BOD to be removed
Total Oxygen required to remove BOD
Consider oxygen transfer rate12%
21% oxygen content in atmospheric air
1.18 density

kg/m3

123.59 m3/hr

Say

130.00 m3/hr

Total Air Requirement for Equalisation tank

14

m3/day
kg/day
kgs/kg/day
kg/day

Total Oxygen required to remove BOD


Air Requirement for Equalisation Tank
Air transfer for Equalisation Tank 70%

13

210
63
1.4
88.2
0.12
0.21
1.18

0.7
40.833333 m3/hr

Say
Air Requirement for Sludge Holding Tank
Air transfer for Sludge Holding Tank 75%

50.00 m3/hr

Total Air Requirement for Sludge Holding tank


Say
TOTAL AIR REQUIREMENT
Say

45.99
50.00
230
230

0.75
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr

Raw Sewerage Pumps


Flow
Operational hours
Average flow
Provide (2 working + 1 standby)
Pump Flow rate
Head

210
18
11.67
5.83
100.0
10 to 12

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
LPM
m

Filter Feed Pump


Flow
Operational hours
Average flow
Say
Provide (2 working + 1 standby)
Pump Flow rate
Head

210
15
14.00
14.00
7
120.0
35

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr
LPM
m

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17

17

Sludge Disposal Pump


Flow
40% of total flow
Operational hours
Average flow
Provide (2 working + 1 standby)
Pump Flow rate
Head

210
84
10
8.40
4.20
70.0
15

m3/day
m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
LPM
m

Pressure Sand Filter


Flow
Operational hours
Capacity
Say

210
15
14.00
14.00

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr

Filtration Rate
Dia of Vessel
Say
Height of Straight

16
1.06
1100
1500

m3/hr/m2
m
mm
mm

Activated Carbon Filter


Flow
Operational hours
Capacity
Say
Filtration Rate
Dia of Vessel
Say
Height of Straight

210
15
14.00
14.00
14
1.13
1200
1500

m3/day
hrs.
m3/hr
m3/hr
m3/hr/m2
m
mm
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DRAINAGE & RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM

4.1

Introduction

Due to urbanization of the land and sharp growth in population and thus increase in water demand for
various uses, the fresh water is becoming scarce in most regions of the area. In certain areas due to almost
total dependency on the underground water, the wells and bore-wells are getting deeper and deeper. Also
due to increase in paved surface/roof areas, the amount of natural/percolation of rainfall is reducing very
drastically.

Therefore, it has become very necessary to harvest the rain water as maximum as possible. The drainage
system needs to be planned with a view to incorporate rainwater harvesting principles.
Separate and independent rain water drainage system shall be provided for collecting rain water from
terrace, paved area, lawns and roads. Independent rain water down takes of appropriate size and number
shall be provided in apartment toilet shafts & other dedicated shafts. The final disposal shall be in rain water
harvesting pit with overflow connection to the municipal storm water mains for the site. Perforated pipe
drainage system shall be provided for open-to-sky courtyards/lawns.
Drain channel shall be provided in the car parking and pump room areas within the floor-fill. Drain channels
shall be provided with adequate slope to effect self cleaning velocity and shall terminate in sumps. For each
sumps, 2 nos submersible pumps (1 working + 1 standby) shall be provided for disposal of collected run-off.
Pumps shall be installed in identified sumps and shall be operated by Hi-Lo level switches with automatic
changeover between both pumps. Provision of water detector/alarm shall be made in each lift pit. Portable
pumps shall be lowered in the lift pit when water logging is detected, to enable disposal of surface runoff
water.

4.2

Systems of Rainwater Harvesting:- The sub-soil met the course of investigation consist of predominantly
gravelly silty fine sands up to termination depths of 25.45M & silt layer between 6.0 & 7.5 M depth. The sub
soil to have gravel /Kankar at all depths but beyond between 9.0 M & 18 M appreciable percentage.
The Sub Soil is alluvial deposit. The stratification at site indicated layered deposits caused by sediment
deposition by streams in non marine fluvial condition. The deposit is known as alluvium. The sub soil is
layered deposit consisting of fine sand with gravel/kankar. The sub-soil is cohesion less deposit. They are
inorganic and non- plastic. The standard penetration values observed at site indicate the deposit to be
medium dense up to 21.0 M below which they are dense. The field penetration value increases with depth,
indicating they are normally consolidated deposit. The N values observed at site are influenced due to
presence of gravel/kankar.
As the sub soil is cohesion less deposit, any long-term settlements are unlikely. Most settlement if any are
likely to take place during construction period itself except for creep. Water table varies between 10.5M to
11.15M in the month of Nov/Dec, 2012. The raise in water table may not be more than a meter during
monsoon.
The layered deposit encountered in all bore hole are similar. The deposit appear to be homogeneous and
isotropic, as N value at similar depth in various bore hole are same.

4.2

Systems of Rainwater Harvesting

Out of the various techniques adopted in India, and approved of by the Central Ground Water Authority, the
following are the three main classes of rainwater harvesting systems:
o
o

System that collect direct roof runoff for storage and then reusing for various purposes.
Systems that use in-field or adjoining surface catchments to collect run-off and then impounded for
irrigation, horticultural, recreational & domestic purposes, after treatment.

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4.3

Systems that utilize the rainwater run-off from various surfaces including Terrace and Roads and
green areas etc. for re-charging of the underground aquifer, through various measures.

In this system, the catchments from roof/terrace areas are further segregated for direct
recharging of aquifer through filter media.

The catchment from surfaces of road/paved/park/lawns etc. is segregated and then taken to
underground, through desilting chamber/oil and grease separator etc.

Therefore as per prevailing practice and from a practical point of view in North India, it is more
feasible and recommended to use rainwater to recharge groundwater aquifers than for direct
storage. Therefore, it is proposed to implement the system as explained in Point-C above, so as to
maximize the rain water utilization efficiency for recharging the underground aquifer.
The entire rainfall is received over a period of 27 days, 80% of which falls in the period between July to
September. The rainwater therefore has to be harvested during this short period.

4.4

Parameters/Data/Calculations
(i)

Areas
a)
b)
c)
d)

Total Area of the Site /Plot


Terrace/Roof area
Paved/Pavement/Road area
Green/Playground/Loose Area

-----

. m2
. m2
. m2
. m2

(ii)

Co-efficient and factors adopted

(iii)

a)
Harvesting efficiency factor for terraces & rooftops
b)
Harvesting efficiency factor for roads and paved surfaces
c)
Harvesting efficiency factor for soft landscaped areas, gardens, parks etc.
Coefficient for Calculation for Capacity for Collection Wells for Harvesting
a)
b)

(iv)

Peak Hourly rainfall as per HUDA rule


Retention time for capacity of Recharge Tank

----

0.85
0.70
0.20

---

35 mm/hr
30 Minutes

---

For 70 - 80 m2
For 120 - 140 m2

For Roof Drainage


100mm dia. vertical stack
150 MM dia. vertical Stack

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(A)

Calculations for Infiltration Wells

a)
b)
c)
d)

Plot Area
Ground Coverage/Terrace Area
Road Area/Paved Area
Proposed Greens Area

For Roof/Terrace only

(i)

Average Runoff co-efficient for terraces and other built-up areas.

(ii)

Area-1 considered (For Terrace/Roof only)

(iii)

Theoretical Volume of Infiltration Wells required. Approximately (Total Area x 0.80 x 0.040)

Rainfall Intensity

For landscaped, green and other open areas.

(i)

Average Runoff co-efficient for landscaped, green and other open areas.

(ii)

Area - 2 considered

(iii)

Theoretical Volume of Infiltration Wells required. Approximately (Total Area x 0.2 x 0.040)

0.0400
152515.90
53380.56
81252.34
17883.00

m/hr
m2
m2
m2
m2

0.85
53380.56 m2
1814.94 m3/hr
0.25
17883.00 m2
178.83 m3/hr

For road & paved areas:

(i)

Average Runoff co-efficient for landscaped, green and other open areas.

(ii)

Area-3 considered

(vi)

Theoretical Volume of Infiltration Wells required. Approximately (Total Area x 0.65 x 0.040)

2275.07 m3

(vii)

Total Volume Generated per hour

4268.83 m3/hr
1067.21 m3

For 15 minute holding capacity


(viii)

0.70
81252.34 m2

Size of the Wells


Dia of Recharge well

3.30 m
2.50 m

Depth of Recharge well


(ix)

Volume of 1 Infiltration well

21.37 m3

(x)
(xi)

Absorption capacity of Recharge pit @ 60% of yield capacity of borewell


Yield capacity of borewell

18.00 m3/hr

(xii)

Absorption

0.60

(xiii)

Absorption capacity in 1/2 hr

5.40 m3

(xiv)
(xv)
(xvi)
(xvii)

Total capacity of Recharge Pit


Number of Infiltration Wells Provided
Total Rainwater holding/Absorbing capacity
Surplus Rainwater Disposal to HUDA Drain

4.4

4.5

10.8

26.77 m3
40.00
1070.87 m3
-3.66 m3

References
o

Manual on Rain Water Harvesting & Conservation by Govt. of India, Central Public Works
Department (CPWD), New Delhi, June 2002.

Guidelines from Central Water Board - Ministry of Water Resources, Govt. of India.

A Water Harvesting manual for Urban Areas Case Studies from Delhi by Centre for Science &
Environment.

Part a National Building Code of India 2005

Proposed Storm Water Drainage System

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In general the rain water from terraces and other open areas shall be collected through Rain water down
take pipes and connected to catch basins. The Rain water from hard courts and landscaped area shall be
collected by catch basins through a RCC NP2 pipe network with perforated gratings and connected to the
rain water harvesting pits in the complex and finally over flow from rain water harvesting will be led out to
main Municipal Drainage. But we will have to design our system to achieve zero discharge site. As per
CGWB norms, we are proposing one recharging pit per acre basis.

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5
5.1

INTERNAL PLUMBING SYSTEMS


Details of System

1.

System Designed

2.
(a)
(b)

Minimum dia adopted


All main soil & waste pipes and branches
All Main soil & waste vertical stacks

(c)
(d)

Vent pipes (if required)


Wash Basin waste connection to floor
traps.
Floor Drain
Vertical Pipe (Exposed & approachable)

(e)
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.

8.
(a)
(b)
(c)
5.2

Access door junctions for cleaning


purpose
Clean out Plugs

Two pipe (stack) system as recommended in code of


practice for soil and waste pipes above ground (IS : 5329
1964)
110mm OD/90mm OD
110 and 160mm OD as per requirement
For kitchens dedicated stack to be provided.
63mm OD or 90 mm OD
40mm OD
63mm OD
All soil, waste, and vent pipes shall be running vertically in
vertical shafts as per architectural drawing.
Each connection from the fixtures.

Where two or three fixtures are connected to a single


horizontal pipe leading to a vertical stack (in toilets),
provided at starting point. The cleanout plugs shall have
access from the ceiling or shall be flush with the finished
floor level.
Water seal for all traps
Minimum 50mm
Methodology of conveying horizontal soil & At ceiling level below, by hanging the pipes with MS
waste pipes/Sinking of Slab
structural supports/dash fasteners and proper clamping etc.
with proper slope (1:60). All structural Beams at ceiling
(Option 1) - Most preferred
level should be inverted.
App. 100mm sunken area required for connection of Wash
Basin & Floor Drain etc.
(Option 2)
At floor level below, by laying the pipes on floor with proper
slope (1:60). All structural Beams at floor level should be
downwards preferably.
App. 350 mm sunken area required for connection of W.C.,
Wash Basin & Floor Drain, traps etc. However incase of
Indian W.C. the sunken area required is 450 mm.
Material
All soil, waste and vent pipes and fittings.
Waste pipe from sinks, wash basins and
urinals etc

uPVC (SWR) pipes conforming to IS : 13592

Rain water pipe

uPVC pipe conforming to IS : 4985

uPVC pipe conforming to IS : 4985

Fixtures and Fittings


o

Sanitary fixtures shall be off-white vitreous china and of standard quality and make, as per
requirement.

C.P. fittings shall be as per requirement and of good quality (medium range).

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Generally Following Type of Fixtures/Accessories shall be provided:

Water Closet
o

Generally, either wall hung European W.C with cistern or floor mounted with P- trap & cistern shall be
provided in main apartment toilets.

Combination of IWC and floor mounted wash down WC for lower end apartments.

Health faucet & ablution tap with two way bib cock for E.W.C.

Wash Basins
o

Circular/Oval table top and flat back wash basins with mirror, single lever hot & cold water mixtures as
per requirement, liquid soap containers and towel rings.

Flat back wash basin for toilets as per requirements.

Geysers
o

Sinks
o

Instant geysers of one liter capacity have been considered as per commitment.

Stainless steel sinks with drain board with mixtures in kitchen/utility and pantry areas, as per
requirements.

Urinals (If required for clubhouse/ any specific common areas)


o
o
o

Flat back semi-stall urinal of size 610x400x380mm with automatic electrical sensor operated flush
system shall be provided as per requirements.
Flush fixtures(Urinal/EWC)
6/3
(LPF)
Flow fixtures(Faucet/Shower/Basin mixer/Taps) at 3bar
12
(LPM)

Note:- Low water consumption sanitary fixture to be considered.

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6
6.1

6.2

FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM


Introduction

Type of the Building

--

Group A - 4 (Residential Apartments)

Max. height of building

--

Category: Above 60m in height

The entire fire safety installation shall be compliant with the most stringent codes / standard for the
entire Township to ensure the highest safety standard and uniformity of system

References & Design Guideline Sources


o

National Building Code of India - (Latest Edition, November 2005 - Part - IV, Fire & Life Safety)

IS: 3844-1989 (Amended to Date) - Code of practice for installation and maintenance of
internal fire hydrants and hose reels on premises.

IS: 13039-1991 (Amended to Date) - Code of practice for external hydrant system provision
and maintenance.

IS: 2190-1992 (Amended to Date) - Code of practice for selection, and maintenance of first aid
fire extinguishers.

IS: 15105:2002 (Amended to Date) - Design & Installation of Fixed Automatic Sprinkler Fire
Extinguishing Systems

Consultation with Local Chief Fire Officer

SYSTEM
Following functional system shall be provided; strictly in compliance with the listed reference standards:
a.

Piping System

Piping system as per NBC confirming to IS:1239 MS heavy


class.

b.

Fire water static


Storage

Fire water static storage shall be provided in accordance to the


NBC/Local bye-lows.

c.

Fire Pumping system

Pumping system comprising of independent pumps for hydrant &


jockey application shall be provided.

d.

Fire Fighting system

Wet Riser pipe with hose reel.

e.

Trolley mounted CO2 system

For Transformer Room/LT Panel Room, all as per local bye-laws.


Gas flooding system over LT/HT panel.

f.

Hand held fire extinguishers

Strategically placed at designated areas.

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6.3

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Fire Pumping System:
The fire pumping system shall comprise of independent electrical pump, independent electrical pump for
down corner/hose reel and independent electrical pumps for sprinkler in basement. Electrical pump shall
provide adequate flow for catering requirement of hydrant system. Diesel engine driven fire pumps shall be
provided for ensuring operation & performance of the system in case of electrical power failure. Jockey
pumps are proposed to compensate for pressure drop and line leakage in the hydrant and sprinkler
installation.
Individual suction lines shall be drawn from the fire tanks at the terrace level and connected to independent
fire suction header.
Delivery lines from various pumps shall also be connected to a common down comer header. The sprinkler
pump shall be isolated from the hose reel by a non return valve so that the hydrant pump can also act as
standby for the sprinkler system. Automation required to make the system fully functional shall be provided.
Water Curtain System:

6.2

Water Curtains: Sprinklers in water curtains shall be hydraulically designed to provide three gpm
per lineal foot of water curtain, with no sprinkler discharging less than 15 gpm. The number of
sprinklers calculated in the water curtain shall be the number in the length corresponding to the
length parallel to the branch lines in the area determined by Sections11.3.3.2 and 11.3.3.3 of NFPA13. If a single fire can be expected to operate sprinklers within the water curtain and within the
design area of a hydraulically calculated system, the water supply to the water curtain shall be
added to the water demand of the hydraulic calculations and shall be balanced to the calculated
area demand. Hydraulic design calculations shall include a design area selected to include ceiling
sprinklers adjacent to the water curtain. When the water curtain is located in an otherwise unsprinklered area, the design shall include all the sprinklers located in each fire separation area being
protected i.e. the portion bounded by fire area separation or occupancy separation walls.

Sprinkler Type: Sprinklers used for water curtain shall be ordinary temperature, standard or quickresponse commercial-type sprinklers. However, in light hazard areas (as defined by NFPA 13),
commercial quick-response type sprinklers shall be used. Also, in residential occupancies,
commercial quick-response or residential type sprinklers shall be used.

Sprinkler Spacing: Sprinklers shall be spaced no more than 6-feet apart along the opening and 6"
to 12" inches from the draft stop on the inside of the building. The distance between the edge of the
opening and the nearest sprinkler head shall be a maximum of 3' feet. Where sprinklers are placed
closer than 6' for commercial-type sprinklers or 8' for residential-type sprinklers, cross baffles shall
be provided in accordance with section 8.6.3.4.2 of NFPA 13, 2010 edition.

Wet Riser, Hydrants & Sprinkler System


The fire fighting system shall be provided mainly as per latest National Building Code of India (November
2005) (Part IV) and other relevant I.S codes and it shall be consisting of:

For Phase 1 : Static Underground storage fire tank of 350 m3 capacity (Minimum 2 hr storage of
pumping system) and terrace tanks of 10/25 m3 capacity as per requirement.

For Phase 2 : Static Underground storage fire tank of 350 m3 capacity (Minimum 2 hr storage of
pumping system) and terrace tanks of 10/25 m3 capacity as per requirement.

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For Phase 3 : Static Underground storage fire tank of 200 m3 capacity (Minimum 2 hr storage of
pumping system) and terrace tanks of 10/25 m3 capacity as per requirement.

Fire main of 150 mm dia. connected to external yard hydrants placed @ 45m c/c distance.

Each tower will have sprinkler system in each & every apartment.

Wet - riser system with landing hydrant valves and fire hose cabinet @ 900m2 area minimum, and as
per staircases/landing details of final architectural layouts. (As per recommendations of IS:3844:1989,
Code of practice for installation of Internal Hydrants)

Sprinkler system will be provided at all Apartments/floors in all buildings above 45m in heights, and as
per final architectural layouts. (As per recommendations of IS:15105-2002, Code of practice for
Design & installation of fixed sprinkler fire extinguishing systems)
Each Fire Hose Cabinet shall be consisting of:

6.3

2 Nos., 63mm dia and 15m long rubberized fabric lined hose pipe as per IS: 636 (Amended to
Date) type - II.

SS male and female instantaneous type coupling as per I.S:903 (Amended to Date) with I.S.
specifications.

SS branch pipe with nozzle as per I.S:903 (Amended to Date)

First-aid fire hose reels with 20mm dia 36.5m long with 5mm bore SS nozzle as per IS:884
1969 (Amended to Date).

Firemans axe.

Fire Pumps - In each Phase

Following Fire Pumps shall be provided:


o

Multi stage split casing Main Electrical fire pump of 2280 LPM capacity (to give a minimum
pressure of 3.5 kg/cm2 at the farthest point)

Multi stage split casing Main Electrical Sprinkler pump of 2280 LPM capacity (to give a
minimum pressure of 3.5 kg/cm2 at the farthest point)

Multi stage split casing Electrical Jockey pump of 180 LPM capacity

Multi stage split casing Diesel operated fire pump of 4500 LPM capacity

Multi stage split casing water curtain pump of 2280 LPM capacity

All fire pumps shall be with positive suction arrangements.

All the fire pumps shall cut-in automatically based on the pressure settings, so as to ensure that the
entire fire main line, risers etc. are pressurized on a continuous basis.

The jockey pump shall automatically cut-out based on the pressure settings. However, the
remaining fire pumps shall off only in the manual mode.

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6.4

Fire Extinguishers
The following type of portable fire extinguishers shall be provided at all levels of the towers, at strategic
locations as per requirements, generally to follow IS - 2190: 1992 (Amended to Date).
o

Two 9 liter water expelling type for every 600 m2 area with minimum of 1 extinguisher per floor.
-- IS : 15683 - 2012

Dry powder type of 10 kg capacity

-- IS : 15683 - 2012

One nos. 4.5 kg, CO2 type for every 100 m2 of area.

-- IS : 15683 - 2012

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7
(i)
(ii)

SPACE REQUIREMENTS
App. space for underground tank (considering the maximum depth
See details above
of 3.0m)
Space for Plant room
See details above
(for water supply and fire fighting pumps) (Adjacent to UG tanks)

(iii)

Space for STP of Capacity 460 m3/day - Phase - 1

App. 400 m2.

(iii)

Space for STP of Capacity 460 m3/day - Phase - 2

App. 400 m2.

(iv)

Space for STP of Capacity 110 m3/day - Phase 3

App. 100 m2.

(v)

Space for STP of Capacity 210 m3/day - EWS & Nursery schools

App. 170 m2.

(v)
a)
b)

Details/sizes for various shafts


Main Plumbing Shaft for water supply pipes/fire fighting line risers
to terrace level (Originating from plant room and continues to
terrace)
Plumbing shafts for Apartment Toilets

c)

Fire Hose Cabinets

(v)

Plant Room for Swimming Pool

Minimum
(i) 750 x 750, mm for one toilet
(ii) 1150 x 700mm for combination
of two nos. toilets
To be placed in consultation with
architect and co-ordination with
interior planning.
4m x 6m x 3.5 m

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APPROVALS AND CLEARANCES


E.I.A. / other Statutory Approval :o

As per the latest govt. notifications, it has become mandatory to get the E.I.A. clearances for a
project like this from local pollution control board authorities and Ministry of Environment and
Forests (MOEF).

It is therefore suggested that from this stage only, an expert agency should be hired to start the
necessary formalities for obtaining these clearances.

This report provides all necessary information related to our services, however E.I.A. agency must
be informed to coordinate with our office before finalizing the submission of documents.

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(Head Loss Calculation)


TOWER "L"
A= From O.H.T. to desired floor
Floors Pipe Load on Probable cum/hr Assumed Head
No. pipe (fix demand
pipe dia.
loss
units)
(lps)
(mm)
(m/m)
(Shaft - 01)
Domestic
(DOUBLE TOILET)
1
2
3
4
5
6
A
1
96
2.650
9.54
65
0.022
23th
2
96
2.650
9.54
65
0.022
22th
3
92
2.587
9.31
50
0.224
21th
4
88
2.523
9.08
50
0.214
20th
5
84
2.460
8.86
50
0.204
19th
6
80
2.397
8.63
50
0.194
18th
7
76
2.321
8.36
50
0.183
17th
8
72
2.245
8.08
50
0.172
16th
9
68
2.170
7.81
50
0.162
15th
10
64
2.094
7.54
50
0.151
14th
11
60
2.018
7.27
50
0.141
13th
12
56
1.930
6.95
50
0.130
12th
13
52
1.842
6.63
50
0.119
11th
14
48
1.753
6.31
40
0.323
10th
15
44
1.665
5.99
40
0.294
9th
16
40
1.577
5.68
40
0.266
8th
17
36
1.450
5.22
40
0.227
7th
18
32
1.323
4.76
40
0.192
6th
19
28
1.197
4.31
40
0.159
5th
20
24
1.070
3.85
40
0.130
4th
21
20
0.943
3.40
40
0.103
3rd
22
16
0.817
2.94
32
0.233
2nd
23
12
0.690
2.48
32
0.170
1st
24
8
0.563
2.03
32
0.117
GF
25
4
0.437
1.57
25
0.243

Pipe
Eq.
Eq. Total head Head loss Vel
Head
Static
length Length Lengt length loss line prog (m) (m/sec) Available Head
Available
(m) fitts (%) h (m) (m)
(m)
7
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00

8
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

9
0.50
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15

10
10.50
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15

11
0.227
0.068
0.706
0.674
0.643
0.613
0.577
0.543
0.510
0.477
0.446
0.410
0.376
1.018
0.925
0.836
0.716
0.605
0.502
0.408
0.323
0.733
0.537
0.369
0.766

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0.227
0.294
1.000
1.674
2.317
2.930
3.507
4.050
4.559
5.036
5.482
5.892
6.268
7.286
8.212
9.048
9.764
10.369
10.871
11.279
11.602
12.335
12.872
13.241
14.006

13
0.439
0.439
1.317
1.284
1.252
1.220
1.181
1.143
1.104
1.066
1.027
0.982
0.937
1.394
1.324
1.254
1.153
1.052
0.952
0.851
0.750
1.015
0.857
0.700
0.889

14
3.77
6.71
9.00
11.33
13.68
16.07
18.49
20.95
23.44
25.96
28.52
31.11
33.73
35.71
37.79
39.95
42.24
44.63
47.13
49.72
52.40
54.66
57.13
59.76
61.99

15
4.00
7.00
10.00
13.00
16.00
19.00
22.00
25.00
28.00
31.00
34.00
37.00
40.00
43.00
46.00
49.00
52.00
55.00
58.00
61.00
64.00
67.00
70.00
73.00
76.00

PRV
Rating
IN
16

OUT
17

2.3
2.6
2.9
3.1
3.4
3.6
3.8
4.0
4.2
4.5
4.7
5.0
5.2
5.5
5.7
6.0
6.2

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

(Shaft - 01)
1
2
A
1
23th
2
22th
3
21th
4
20th
5
19th
6
18th
7
17th
8
16th
9
15th
10
14th
11
13th
12
12th
13
11th
14
10th
15
9th
16
8th
17
7th
18
6th
19
5th
20
4th
21
3rd
22
2nd
23
1st
24
GF
25

Flushing
3
4
48
1.753
48
1.753
46
1.709
44
1.665
42
1.621
40
1.577
38
1.513
36
1.450
34
1.387
32
1.323
30
1.260
28
1.197
26
1.133
24
1.070
22
1.007
20
0.943
18
0.880
16
0.817
14
0.753
12
0.690
10
0.627
8
0.563
6
0.500
4
0.437
2
0.373

(DOUBLE TOILET)
5
6
6.31
50
0.109
6.31
50
0.109
6.15
50
0.104
5.99
50
0.099
5.84
40
0.279
5.68
40
0.266
5.45
40
0.246
5.22
40
0.227
4.99
40
0.209
4.76
40
0.192
4.54
40
0.175
4.31
40
0.159
4.08
32
0.427
3.85
32
0.384
3.62
32
0.343
3.40
32
0.304
3.17
32
0.267
2.94
32
0.233
2.71
32
0.200
2.48
25
0.567
2.26
20
1.407
2.03
20
1.155
1.80
20
0.926
1.57
20
0.720
1.34
20
0.539

7
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00

8
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

9
0.50
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15

10
10.50
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15

11
1.145
0.343
0.328
0.312
0.880
0.836
0.775
0.716
0.659
0.605
0.552
0.502
1.345
1.209
1.080
0.958
0.842
0.733
0.632
1.786
4.431
3.637
2.917
2.270
1.698

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1.145
1.488
1.816
2.128
3.008
3.844
4.620
5.336
5.995
6.600
7.152
7.654
8.999
10.209
11.289
12.247
13.089
13.822
14.454
16.240
20.670
24.308
27.224
29.494
31.192

13
0.892
0.892
0.870
0.848
1.289
1.254
1.204
1.153
1.103
1.052
1.002
0.952
1.408
1.330
1.251
1.172
1.094
1.015
0.936
1.405
1.994
1.792
1.591
1.389
1.188

14
2.86
5.51
8.18
10.87
12.99
15.16
17.38
19.66
22.00
24.40
26.85
29.35
31.00
32.79
34.71
36.75
38.91
41.18
43.55
44.76
43.33
42.69
42.78
43.51
44.81

15
4.00
7.00
10.00
13.00
16.00
19.00
22.00
25.00
28.00
31.00
34.00
37.00
40.00
43.00
46.00
49.00
52.00
55.00
58.00
61.00
64.00
67.00
70.00
73.00
76.00

IN
16

OUT
17

2.2
2.4
2.7
2.9
3.1
3.3
3.5
3.7
3.9
4.1
4.4
4.5
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.4
4.5

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

(Shaft - 03)
1
2
A
1
23th
2
22th
3
21th
4
20th
5
19th
6
18th
7
17th
8
16th
9
15th
10
14th
11
13th
12
12th
13
11th
14
10th
15
9th
16
8th
17
7th
18
6th
19
5th
20
4th
21
3rd
22
2nd
23
1st
24
GF
25

Domestic
3
4
48
1.753
48
1.753
46
1.709
44
1.665
42
1.621
40
1.577
38
1.513
36
1.450
34
1.387
32
1.323
30
1.260
28
1.197
26
1.133
24
1.070
22
1.007
20
0.943
18
0.880
16
0.817
14
0.753
12
0.690
10
0.627
8
0.563
6
0.500
4
0.437
2
0.373

(Shaft - 03)
1
2
A
1
23th
2
22th
3
21th
4

Flushing
3
4
24
1.070
24
1.070
23
1.038
22
1.007

(SINGLE TOILET)
5
6.31
50
6.31
50
6.15
50
5.99
50
5.84
40
5.68
40
5.45
40
5.22
40
4.99
40
4.76
40
4.54
40
4.31
40
4.08
32
3.85
32
3.62
32
3.40
32
3.17
32
2.94
32
2.71
32
2.48
25
2.26
20
2.03
20
1.80
20
1.57
20
1.34
20

6
0.109
0.109
0.104
0.099
0.279
0.266
0.246
0.227
0.209
0.192
0.175
0.159
0.427
0.384
0.343
0.304
0.267
0.233
0.200
0.567
1.407
1.155
0.926
0.720
0.539

7
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00

8
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

9
0.50
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15

10
10.50
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15

11
1.145
0.343
0.328
0.312
0.880
0.836
0.775
0.716
0.659
0.605
0.552
0.502
1.345
1.209
1.080
0.958
0.842
0.733
0.632
1.786
4.431
3.637
2.917
2.270
1.698

12
1.145
1.488
1.816
2.128
3.008
3.844
4.620
5.336
5.995
6.600
7.152
7.654
8.999
10.209
11.289
12.247
13.089
13.822
14.454
16.240
20.670
24.308
27.224
29.494
31.192

13
0.892
0.892
0.870
0.848
1.289
1.254
1.204
1.153
1.103
1.052
1.002
0.952
1.408
1.330
1.251
1.172
1.094
1.015
0.936
1.405
1.994
1.792
1.591
1.389
1.188

14
2.86
5.51
8.18
10.87
12.99
15.16
17.38
19.66
22.00
24.40
26.85
29.35
31.00
32.79
34.71
36.75
38.91
41.18
43.55
44.76
43.33
42.69
42.78
43.51
44.81

15
4.00
7.00
10.00
13.00
16.00
19.00
22.00
25.00
28.00
31.00
34.00
37.00
40.00
43.00
46.00
49.00
52.00
55.00
58.00
61.00
64.00
67.00
70.00
73.00
76.00

(SINGLE TOILET)
5
6
3.85
50
0.044
3.85
50
0.044
3.74
50
0.041
3.62
50
0.039

7
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00

8
5
5
5
5

9
0.50
0.15
0.15
0.15

10
10.50
3.15
3.15
3.15

11
0.459
0.138
0.130
0.123

12
0.459
0.596
0.726
0.849

13
0.545
0.545
0.529
0.512

14
3.54
6.40
9.27
12.15

15
4.00
7.00
10.00
13.00

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IN
16

OUT
17

2.2
2.4
2.7
2.9
3.1
3.3
3.5
3.7
3.9
4.1
4.4
4.5
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.4
4.5

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

IN
16

OUT
17

20th
19th
18th
17th
16th
15th
14th
13th
12th
11th
10th
9th
8th
7th
6th
5th
4th
3rd
2nd
1st
GF

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

0.975
0.943
0.912
0.880
0.848
0.817
0.785
0.753
0.722
0.690
0.658
0.627
0.595
0.563
0.532
0.500
0.468
0.437
0.405
0.373
0.342

3.51
3.40
3.28
3.17
3.05
2.94
2.83
2.71
2.60
2.48
2.37
2.26
2.14
2.03
1.91
1.80
1.69
1.57
1.46
1.34
1.23

40
40
40
40
40
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
25
25
25
25
20
20
20
20
15

0.109
0.103
0.096
0.090
0.084
0.233
0.216
0.200
0.185
0.170
0.156
0.143
0.431
0.389
0.350
0.312
0.820
0.720
0.627
0.539
1.857

3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15

3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15

0.343
0.323
0.303
0.284
0.265
0.733
0.682
0.632
0.583
0.537
0.492
0.449
1.358
1.227
1.102
0.984
2.584
2.270
1.974
1.698
5.850

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1.193
1.516
1.819
2.103
2.369
3.102
3.783
4.415
4.998
5.535
6.027
6.476
7.834
9.060
10.163
11.146
13.730
16.000
17.974
19.672
25.521

0.775
0.750
0.725
0.700
0.675
1.015
0.976
0.936
0.897
0.857
0.818
0.779
1.211
1.147
1.083
1.018
1.490
1.389
1.288
1.188
1.932

14.81
17.48
20.18
22.90
25.63
27.90
30.22
32.59
35.00
37.47
39.97
42.52
44.17
45.94
47.84
49.85
50.27
51.00
52.03
53.33
50.48

16.00
19.00
22.00
25.00
28.00
31.00
34.00
37.00
40.00
43.00
46.00
49.00
52.00
55.00
58.00
61.00
64.00
67.00
70.00
73.00
76.00

2.6
2.8
3.0
3.3
3.5
3.7
4.0
4.3
4.4
4.6
4.8
5.0
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.0

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

PROJECT : ACROPOLIS GROUP HOUSING, SECTOR-108 , GURGAON, HARYANA.


SOLAR HOT WATER CALCULATION FOR PHASE - II (ATHENIA)
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+4) @ 100 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+4 ) @ 175 to 200 lpd.
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+5 to G+9) @ 75 to 100 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+5 to G+9 ) @ 100 to 150 lpd.
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+10 to G+14) @ 50 to 75 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+10 to G+14 ) @ 75 to 100 lpd.
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules (G+15 to G+20 & above) @ 35 to 50 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules (G+15 to G+20 & above) @ 35 to 75 lpd.
Solar Water heating system suitable based on Evacuated Glass Tubes technology consisting of the Evacuated Tube collectors,
Capacity of each collector is 300 lpd.
4.50 Sqm Space required by each 300 lpd. collector
TOWER - L (S+23/19)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
84

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2940
2940
3000
300
10
4.5
45

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - M (S+23/19)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
84

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2940
2940
3000
300
10
4.5
45

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - N (S+23/19)
Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system
Single collector capacity
Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Total no.
of Unit
84

Total
capacity
2940
2940
3000
300
10
4.5
45

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

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TOWER - O (S+23/19)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
84

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2940
2940
3000
300
10
4.5
45

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - P (S+22/18)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 & 4 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
62

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2170
2170
2200
300
8
4.5
36

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - Q (S+22/18)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 & 4 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
62

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2170
2170
2200
300
8
4.5
36

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - R (S+22/18)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 & 4 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
62

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2170
2170
2200
300
8
4.5
36

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - S (S+21)
Description
4 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system
Single collector capacity
Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Total no.
of Unit
42

Total
capacity
1470
1470
1500
300
5
4.5
22.5

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

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TOWER - T (S+18)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
4 Bed Room unit + Servant
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
36

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
Unit
capacity
1260 lpd.
1260 lpd.
1300 lpd.
300
5
4.5
22.5

lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - U (S+15)
Description
4 Bed Room unit + Servant
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total no.
of Unit
30

Total
Unit
capacity
1050 lpd.
1050 lpd.
1100 lpd.
300
4
4.5
18

lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

Total Electrical energy of the system per day used if solar energy is not used

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PROJECT : ACROPOLIS GROUP HOUSING, SECTOR-108 , GURGAON, HARYANA.


SOLAR HOT WATER CALCULATION FOR PHASE - II (AMBROSIA)
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+4) @ 100 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+4 ) @ 175 to 200 lpd.
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+5 to G+9) @ 75 to 100 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+5 to G+9 ) @ 100 to 150 lpd.
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+10 to G+14) @ 50 to 75 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+10 to G+14 ) @ 75 to 100 lpd.
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules (G+15 to G+20 & above) @ 35 to 50 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules (G+15 to G+20 & above) @ 35 to 75 lpd.
Solar Water heating system suitable based on Evacuated Glass Tubes technology consisting of the Evacuated Tube collectors,
Capacity of each collector is 300 lpd.
4.50 Sqm Space required by each 300 lpd. collector
TOWER - A (S+15)
Description
4 Bed Room unit + Servant
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)

Total no.
of Unit

35

30

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity

Unit

1050 lpd.
1050 lpd.
1100 lpd.
300
4
4.5
18

lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - B (S+18)
Description
4 Bed Room unit + Servant
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)

Total no.
of Unit

35

36

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity

Unit

1260 lpd.
1260 lpd.
1300 lpd.
300
5
4.5
22.5

lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - C (S+21)
Description
4 Bed Room unit + Servant
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system
Single collector capacity
Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Total no.
of Unit
42

Total
capacity
1470
1470
1500
300
5
4.5
22.5

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

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TOWER - D (S+22/18)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 & 4 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
62

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2170
2170
2200
300
8
4.5
36

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - E (S+22/18)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 & 4 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
62

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2170
2170
2200
300
8
4.5
36

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - F (S+22/18)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 & 4 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
62

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2170
2170
2200
300
8
4.5
36

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - G (S+23/19)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
84

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2940
2940
3000
300
10
4.5
45

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - H (S+23/19)
Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system
Single collector capacity
Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Total no.
of Unit
84

Total
capacity
2940
2940
3000
300
10
4.5
45

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

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TOWER - J (S+23/19)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
84

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
2940
2940
3000
300
10
4.5
45

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - K (S+23/19)
Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total no.
of Unit
84

Total
capacity
2940
2940
3000
300
10
4.5
45

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

Total Electrical energy of the system per day used if solar energy is not used

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PROJECT : ACROPOLIS GROUP HOUSING, SECTOR-108 , GURGAON, HARYANA.


SOLAR HOT WATER CALCULATION FOR PHASE - III (OLYMPIA)
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+4) @ 100 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+4) @ 175 to 200 lpd.
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+5 to G+9) @ 75 to 100 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+5 to G+9 ) @ 100 to 150 lpd.
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+10 to G+14) @ 50 to 75 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules for (G+10 to G+14 ) @ 75 to 100 lpd.
2 BHK apartment hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules (G+15 to G+20 & above) @ 35 to 50 lpd.
3 BHK and above hot water requirement as per HAREDA rules (G+15 to G+20 & above) @ 35 to 75 lpd.
Solar Water heating system suitable based on Evacuated Glass Tubes technology consisting of the Evacuated Tube
collectors, Capacity of each collector is 300 lpd.
4.50 Sqm Space required by each 300 lpd. collector
TOWER - V (S+27)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
27

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
945
945
1000
300
4
4.5
18

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - W (S+30)
Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)
35

Description
3 Bed Room unit
Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Total no.
of Unit
30

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total
capacity
1050
1050
1100
300
4
4.5
18

Unit
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

TOWER - X (S+27)
Description

3 Bed Room unit


Total hot water requirement
Provide from solar system

Capacity /
Unit (lpd.)

35

Single collector capacity


Total number of collector
Space required by each collector
Total space required

Total no.
of Unit

27

Total
capacity

Unit

945 lpd.
945 lpd.
1000 lpd.
300
4
4.5
18

lpd.
nos.
sqm.
sqm.

Total Electrical energy of the system per day used if solar energy is not used

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
DESIGN REPORT

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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
GENERAL
Various electrical facilities for the Chintel Acropolis at Gurgaon have been envisaged considering the
usage of area, pattern of electrical load and relevant Indian Standards/Codes as described under.
Reference Standards

o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

National Building Code of India 2005


Relevant Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Codes(Amended to Date)
IEC Standards
NEC Standards
Recommended practices of Equipment suppliers
National Fire Codes 2000
National Electric Codes (NEC)
Indian Electricity Rules, 1956 with upto date amendments(Amended to Date)
Energy Conservation Building Code -2007 (Amended to Date)

Indian Electricity Act and Rules:

All electrical works in connection with installation of electric sub-stations shall be carried out in accordance
with the provisions of Indian Electricity Act, 2003 and the Indian Electricity Rules 1956 amended upto date.
Wherever I.E. rule numbers have been indicated, they are based on I.E. rules 1956 amended upto date.
The objective of The Concept Electrical Project Report is to briefly describe the salient features of
Electrical System taken into consideration.

STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS:
Transformers:
Dry type transformers shall be used for installations inside the residential / commercial buildings as per
Indian Electricity Rules 1956, 64(2)(e)(iv).
Generators:
All generators of rating 1000 KVA and above shall be protected against faults within the generator winding
using restricted earth fault protection or differential protection or by both as per Indian Electricity Rules
1956, 64A (2)(e).
Sub Stations
It is proposed indoor electric substation rated at 11kV/0.433 kV. With clear height of 3.6 mtr. From bottom of
beam as per NBC 2005.

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10
1.0

ELECTRICAL DESIGN SYSTEM


SCOPE
The following aspects are covered in scope of this report:
o HT Supply
o HT Sub-station
o L.T. Power Distribution
o D.G. Sets
o Power Factor Improvement
o Lightning Protection and Earthing
o Internal Electrification for common area
o Cabling
o Fire Detection and Alarm System for common area.
o Provision of Cable TV System (Only conduiting for internal apartment)
o Security system (CCTV only for basement ramp, entrance of each tower, entrance and guard room)
o Data Networking System (LV room to data socket point.
Following location is proposed for design of Electrical System:
o Dry type (VPI) Sub-station in Extended basement level including DG Sets

2.0

DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
Planning to meet the requirement of various functional needs, efficiency, economy, energy conservation,
aesthetics, appropriate technology, safety and avoidance of possible fire hazards.
Power distribution system to be designed keeping in view the following:
Simplicity in operation and easy in maintenance
Flexibility for future modification or extension.
Energy cost, which requires proper examination of local electrical tariff.
Energy conservation measures.
Safety aspects including provision of built in safety measures.
Specific measures for avoidance of possible fire hazards.
Use of appropriate technology.
Quality control based on appropriate design and use of quality materials and equipments.
Taking into account future growth of load.5-10%

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3.0

BASIC ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENT:

Total Estimated Maximum Demand Load for Entire Project is 9930.00 KW (Refer Annexure).

As per the envisaged load Four different Sub-Stations (Three for Towers and One for EWS and School
Building) have been proposed at different locations for the entire project.

All the Distribution Boards shall have Earth leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB) of 100mA.

MS conduit is proposed for Fire Alarm System and for Basements, elsewhere PVC conduit is proposed.

PVC insulated FRLS wires shall be proposed for wiring.

Early Streamer Wide Area Lightning System is proposed.

Fire Detection and Alarm System shall be provided in accordance to National Building Code -2005.

Cable TV System is proposed through FTTH as Apartment is FTTH ready in terms of Conduiting/wiring.

Colored Dome / Day Night Cameras shall be proposed in the Common Areas, Lift Lobbies, Ramp Entry/Exit
points as explained in DBR.

Vertical Distribution of power shall be through number Sandwich Type Rising Mains for each Tower.

100 % Emergency Backup shall be through DG Sets Located in the substation. Also some Inverter based
lighting shall be provided in Staircases , Lift Lobby, Ground Floor lobby, Basement , Entry/ Exit points to
provide a minimum level of illumination.

4.0

SOURCE OF POWER:

Power Authority
The Authority for supply of electrical power is Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN)

HT Distribution:
The HT Supply from Meter Room will be terminated to HT panel near to the metering unit, HT panel near HT
metering to HT panel near transformer and HT panel near transformer will be terminated to transformer.

Supply voltage
The Bulk power shall be received from DHBVN at 11 kV upto 5MVA and more than 5MVA at 33KV as per
DHBVN.

Metering Room
It is proposed to have 1 No. 11 kV HT Metering room of size 3.5 mx3.5mx3.6m (inside dimension) at the
Gate Complex for each site as required by DHBVN.

System Operation & Maintenance


The entire Electrical system shall be operated and maintained by the developer and handed over to RWA.

5.0

PROPOSED SUBSTATION
Incoming Supply Option-1
To feed the above, it is proposed to receive electrical supply at Three Different Locations (Each ESS)
through 11 KV HT Cable from proposed 66/11KV GIS.

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Each of Four different Location i.e. Phase 1(ATHENIA), Phase 2(AMBROSIA) & Phase 3(OLYMPIA) and
One No. Compact Sub Station at Ground Level for EWS and School Buildings shall have individual HT
Connection. (Refer Load Detail). Power shall be Stepped Down from 11 KV to 433 V using Distribution
Transformers (Dry Type ONLY IF TRANSFORMERS LOCATED IN THE BASEMENTS). As per HUDA
requirements inside substation shall be installed only in extended basement.

Transformer
Power shall be Stepped Down from 11 KV to 433 V using Distribution Transformers (Dry Type VPI) with
On Load Tap Changer with RTCC with AVR.
As in Gurgaon Fluctuation in Voltage, Hence, to overcome this, We are proposing VPI Dry type transformer
with OLTC (On Load Tap Changer) installed in extended basement. These transformers should have solid
ground below them as statutory requirement.
Advantages of OLTC, RTCC with AVR

6.0

To maintain a constant 11kv/433v the tap changer on the Primary/HV side of the transformer is
either raised or lowered to maintain constant 11kv input to transformer. Normally it is raised or
lowered in steps of 2.5%%% of normal KV value.

The RTCC Panel is to be interfaced directly with the On Load Tap changer mechanism. In RTCC
an AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator) is fixed to maintain the output voltage level (raise & lower)
by controlling the motor. "On Load Tap Changer (OLTC)" means a device provided on high voltage
side of transformer, which is used for variation of voltage during charged condition of the
transformer.

ASSESSMENT OF POWER REQUIREMENT:


We have envisaged a Total Maximum Demand Load of 6602.9 KW after considering various diversities.
For detailed Load Calculations refer Electrical Load Sheet. (Annexure).
As per the envisaged load, we are proposing 3 Nos. Distribution Sub-Stations at different locations for the
entire project.
The details of the Sub-Stations and equipment ratings are as follows:
SL.
No
1.0

ESS 1 (PHASE-1 ATHENIA)

Transformer Rating (Dry Type with


OLTC)
3x 2000 KVA Trx (11 KV/0.433 KV)

Sub-Station
Location
Basement

2.0

ESS 2 (PHASE-2 AMBROSIA)

3 x 2000 KVA Trx (11 KV/0.433 KV)

Basement

3.0

ESS 3 (PHASE-3 OLYMPIA)

1x 1600 KVA Trx (11 KV/0.433 KV)

Basement

4.0

EWS and School

Sub-Station No.

630KVA CSS with Oil Type T/F

At Ground LvL.

For individual Towers we propose to receive supply from LT Panel of respective ESS.

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7.0

POWER BACK-UP
It is proposed to install standby DG sets for 100% backup to meet the power requirements of the building
including basement ventilation in the event of outage of Grid supply
SL.
No

Sub-Station No.

1.0

ESS 1 (PHASE-1 ATHENIA)

2.0

ESS 2 (PHASE-2 AMBROSIA)

3.0

ESS 3 (PHASE-3 OLYMPIA)

4.0

EWS and School

DG Set Rating
2 x 1250 KVA + 1 x 750 KVA with Enclosure +
(Future Provision 2 x 1010 KVA)
2 x 1250 KVA + 1 x 750 KVA with Enclosure +
(Future Provision 2 x 1010 KVA)
1 x 625 KVA with Enclosure + 1 x 500 KVA
with Enclosure + (Future Provision 1 x
380KVA with Enclosure)
1 x 100 KVA EWS and School Common Area
Services

Sub-Station
Location
At Basement
ESS-1
At Basement
ESS-2
At Basement
ESS-3
At Ground Lvl
Near EWS

To achieve the economy of the system, all the DG Sets shall be controlled by PLC based Control Panel
having Synchronizing, AMF, Load Sharing and Load Management features with manual override facility.

BULK HSD FUEL STORAGE


HSD bulk oil storage tank has been envisaged for the premises. Each generator shall be provided with day
oil tank near to the generator having capacity of 990 litres.
Bulk high speed diesel oil storage tanks shall be provided outdoor for D.G. Sets. The storage shall be
adequate to cater for 4 days operation of DG sets. In addition to this each generator shall be provided with
day oil tank having capacity of 990 litres.
HSD TANK CAPACITY CALCULATION
PHASE-1 (ATHENIA)
As per Electrical Load Detail the DG Set selected are 2 x 1250 KVA + 2 x 1010 KVA + 1x 750 KVA
o

HSD Oil required for above DG Sets


a)

HSD Oil required for 2 x 1250 KVA DG Set

2x251.8 Ltr/hr at 100% Loading

b)

HSD Oil required for 2 x 1010 KVA DG Set

2x203.6 Ltr/hr at 100% Loading

c)

HSD Oil required for 1 x 750 KVA DG Set

1x159.3 Ltr/hr at 100% Loading

Total HSD Required

1070.50 Ltr/hr

Say for DG operation - 20 Hrs.

21410.0 Ltr

HSD Tank Selected

1 No 20 KL

= 21.410 KL

Space Requirements: 10 meter x 12 meter

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PHASE-2 (AMBROSIA)
As per Electrical Load Detail the DG Set selected are 3 x 500KVA
o

HSD Oil required for above DG Sets


d)

HSD Oil required for 2 x 1250 KVA DG Set

2x251.8 Ltr/hr at 100% Loading

e)

HSD Oil required for 2 x 1010 KVA DG Set

2x203.6 Ltr/hr at 100% Loading

f)

HSD Oil required for 1 x 750 KVA DG Set

1x159.3 Ltr/hr at 100% Loading

Total HSD Required

1070.50 Ltr/hr

Say for DG operation - 20 Hrs.

21410.0 Ltr

HSD Tank Selected

1 No 20 KL

= 21.410 KL

Space Requirements: 10 meter x 12 meter


PHASE-1 (OLYMPIA)
As per Electrical Load Detail the DG Set selected are 1 x 625 KVA + 1 x 500 KVA + 1 x 380 KVA
o

HSD Oil required for above DG Set


a)

HSD Oil required for 1 x 625 KVA DG Set

131.0 Ltr/hr at 100% Loading

b)

HSD Oil required for 1 x 500 KVA DG Set

101.8 Ltr/hr at 100% Loading

c)

HSD Oil required for 1 x 500 KVA DG Set

76.0 Ltr/hr at 100% Loading

Total HSD Required

308.80 Ltr/hr

Say for DG operation 20 Hrs.

6176.0 Ltr

= 6.0 KL

HSD Tank Selected = 1 No 6 KL


Space Requirements: 9 meter x 10 meter
8.0

POLLUTION CONTROL

Noise Pollution
The Department of Environment has issued a notification dated May 17, 2002 and amended on 1-1-2005
under the Environment Protection Act, 1956. This stipulates that manufacturers of DG sets must conform to
the following:
For DG sets upto 1000 kVA, Manufacturers must supply DG sets in acoustical housings duly certified by
CPCB
For diesel generator sets of ratings above 1000 KVA shall be housed in acoustical rooms with a 25 dBA
insertion loss or acoustical housings duly certified by CPCB
It is proposed to have all DG Sets with acoustical housings duly certified by CPCB

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Emission Pollution
The stack height for Generator Sets shall be higher of following as per CPCB Norms.
The stack height for Generator Sets shall be as per CPCB Norms:
a)

Minimum 30 m from Gen set

b)

H + 0.2 KVA rating of Gen set (H is the height of building)

c)

Minimum 6 M from building height.

Whichever is higher amongst the three is applicable.


The stack of DG Set shall be released from the top of the tower as shown in drawings.
9.0

DG Cooling
The DG sets proposed to be installed in basement level water-cooled type.

10.0

BRIEF OUTLINE SPECIFICATION FOR MAJOR EQUIPMENT

H.V. PANEL
The Panel board shall be of indoor type, having the incoming sectionalisation and outgoing switch gears as
per IS 13118-1991 of VCB, IEC 62271-100 for Breakers and - 200 for Panels/IS 3427 of switch board. The
degree of enclosure protection shall be IP-4X. Detailed requirements shall be in accordance with the
schedule of works.

AIR CIRCUIT BREAKER


All Air Circuit Breakers shall be 3/4 pole with minimum 50 KA breaking capacity (35 MVA at 433V)
conforming to IS: 13947 (Part-II). Rated current shall be as per capacities specified. The ACB shall be 3/ 4
pole with modular construction, draw out, manually or electrically operated version as specified. The circuit
breakers shall be for continuous rating and service short Circuit Breaking capacity (Ics) shall be as specified
on the single line diagram and Ics=Icu=Icw=50 kA for 1 sec at 440 V AC,50/60 Hz.
The equipment shall be complete with the following: (a)

Necessary circuit breaker carriage with 3 position (isolate, test, service) draw-out mechanism.

(b)

Necessary isolating plugs and sockets.

(c)

Necessary mechanism interlock and automatic safe shutters gear with arrangement for pad locking.

(d)

Necessary independent manual spring mechanism with mechanical On/Off indication as well as
electrical On/Off indication.

(e)

Necessary bus bars with bolted type neutral links.

(f)

ACB shall be provided with microprocessor based releases having built in over load, short circuit &
earth fault protection. Microprocessor release shall be EMI (electromagnetic induction)/EMC
(electromagnetic compatible) certified.

(g)

Necessary set of auxiliary switches.

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(h)

Necessary set of CTs with ratios as specified.

(i)

Necessary identification, metering requirements as specified i/c. ON/OFF indication lamps, selector
switches, fuses, ammeter, voltmeter etc.

(j)

In case of 4 pole breaker neutral shall be fully rated with adjustable settings from 50% to 100% of In.

(k)

ACB terminals shall be suitable/suitably brought out for direct aluminum termination as per IS 13947
Part-II.

MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKER (MCCB)


MCCB shall be current limiting and shall comprise of quick make - break switching mechanism; the tripping
unit shall be contained in a compact, high strength, heat resistant, flame retardant, insulating moulded case
with high withstand capability against thermal and mechanical stresses. All MCCBs shall be capable of
defined variable overload adjustment. All MCCBs upto 250 amps shall have thermal magnetic releases and
above 250 amps shall have microprocessor based release, with adjustable magnetic short circuit pickup.
Wherever MCCB with earth fault protection is identified, the protection shall be an integral part of the release
with adjustable magnetic short circuit and earth fault protection with time delay.
The trip command shall override all other commands. MCCB shall employ maintenance free contact system
and shall minimize the let thru energies and capable of achieving discrimination upto full short circuit
capacity of downstream MCCB. The manufacturer shall provide both discrimination tables and let thru
energy curves.
The breaking capacity of MCCBs shall be as asked for on the single line diagram. The breaking capacities
specified shall be ICU=ICS.
The MCCBs shall be provided with rotary handle operating mechanism. The handle position shall give
positive indication of ON, OFF or Tripped thus qualifying to disconnection as per the IS/IEC indicating the
true position of all the contacts. In case of 4 pole MCCB the neutral shall be defined and capable of offering
protection.

MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKER (MCB)


Miniature Circuit Breaker shall comply with IEC 60898-1995/IS 13947: 1993 (Amended to Date). Miniature
circuit breakers shall be quick make and break type for 240/415 VAC 50 Hz application with magnetic
thermal release for over current and short circuit protection. The breaking capacity shall not be less than 10
KA at 415 VAC. MCBs shall be DIN mounted. The MCB shall be Current Limiting type (Class-3). MCBs shall
be classified as per their Tripping Characteristic curves defined by the manufacturer. The MCB shall have
the minimum power loss (Watts) per pole defined as per the IEC and the manufacturer shall publish the
values.
The housing shall be heat resistant and having high impact strength. The terminals shall be protected
against finger contact to IP20 Degree of protection. All DP, TP and 4 Pole miniature circuit breakers shall
have a common trip bar independent to the external operating handle.

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CURRENT OPERATED EARTH LEAKAGE CIRCUIT BREAKER / RESIDUAL CURRENT CIRCUIT


BREAKER (ELCB / RCCB)
System of Operation
ELCB / RCCB shall work on the principle of core balance transformer. The incoming shall pass through the
torroidal core transformer. As long as the currents in the phase and neutral shall be the same, no electro
motive force shall be generated in the secondary winding of the transformer. In the event of a leakage to
earth, an unbalance shall be created which shall cause a current to be generated in the secondary winding,
this current shall be fed to a highly sensitive miniature relay, which shall trip the circuit if the earth
leakage current exceeds a predetermined critical value. ELCB/RCCB shall be current operated independent
of the line voltage, current sensitivity shall be of 100 mA at 240/415 volts AC and shall be suitable for a
minimum of 20,000 electrical operations.

11.0

BUS DUCTS/RISING MAINS (SANDWICHED CONSTRUCTION)

SUPPLY VOLTAGE
For 3 phase, 4 wire, 50 cycles AC supply, operation voltage 415/440 volts.

STANDARD FOR COMPLIANCE


IS : 8623/1993 I &II and IED 60439 / I & II.

CONSTRUTION
The enclosure will be made from 16 SWG GI/ CRCA sheet steel powder coated to shade RAL 7032 (or such
other shade). Bus bars would be in Sandwitch construction and the conductors will be individually insulated
with 4 layers of insulation film. Inner layer will be of glass MICA and outer layer of polyester material Class
F alternatively extrusion of Class F material in form of epoxy insulation may be provided. No drilling of bus
bars is permitted. Aluminum conductors will be of 19501 grade. Length of section will be limited to max 3
Mtrs. Bus bars of one section will be connected to bus bars of adjacent section by uniblock joint system
removable as separate sub-assembly, So that it can inserted or removed without disturbing the adjacent
sections.
Enclosure will be tested for protection degree IP 54.
All the components like Busbar ducting, Bends, hanger ends, Adopter Boxes etc. will be made from CRCA
or GI sheets. Two earth strips of aluminum of size as mentioned in IEC 60439, dependent on short circuit
withstand capacity required will be provided throughout the length.

12.0

TECHNICAL PARAMETERS FOR COMPLIANCE:


o
o
o
o
o
o
o

Bus trunking will be designed to withstand short circuit current for one second.
Bus bar system shall be designed for an ambient temperature of 40 deg. C and temperature rise
restricted to 55 Deg. C max above ambient on conductors above ambient.
Temperature rise of the enclosure 40 deg. C maximum. Temperature rise at terminals 70 Deg. C
max.
Maximum operating voltage = 1000 Volts. (600 Volts)
Insulation voltage = 1000 Volts.
Bus trunking will be suitably chosen to give permissible voltage drop.
Rated impulse withstand voltage 12 KV at 1000 V (600 Volts)

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RISING MAIN SELECTION TABLE


S. No.

Tower

1
a)

ACROPOLIS RISING MAIN SELECTION TABLE FOR ATHENIA PHASE-I


No. of Load/ Total Diversity
Total
Safety
Total Max.
Unit
Unit
Load
factor
Max.
Load
Demand
Demand
Factor
(including
Safety factor)

No. of
Floor

No. of
unit
/floor

Tower U
4BHK DLX

13

26

15

390

0.5

195

1.30

2
a)

Tower T
4BHK DLX

15

30

15

450

0.5

225

Tower S
4BHK
RGLR

17

34

15

510

0.5

Tower P,Q
&R
4BHK (S)
3 BHK DLX

20
23

1
2

20
46

15
10

760

Tower
L,M,N & O
3BHK
(RGLR)

24

48

10

880

3 BHK (S)

20

40

10

a)
4
a)
5
a)

Load
(Amp.)

Rising
Mains
Derating
Factor

Rising
Mains
(Amp)

Proposed
Rising
Mains
(in Amp.)

253.50

392

0.8

490

1 NO. X 630

1.30

292.50

452

0.8

565

1 NO. X 630

255

1.30

331.50

512

0.8

641

2 NO. X 400

0.5

380

1.30

494

763.64

0.8

954.55

2 NO. X 630

0.5

440

1.30

572

884.21

0.8

1105.27

2 NO. X 630

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ACROPOLIS RISING MAIN SELECTION TABLE FOR AMBROSIA PHASE-II


S. No.

Tower

No.of
Floor

No. of
unit
/floor

No.of
Unit

Load/
Unit

Total
Load

Diversity
factor

Total
Max.
Demand

Safety
Load
Factor

Total Max.
Demand
(including
Safety factor)

Load(A
mp.)

Rising
Mains
Derating
Factor

Rising
Mains
(Amp)

Proposed
Rising
Mains(in
Amp.)

1
a)

Tower A
4BHK DLX

13

26

15

390

0.5

195

1.30

253.50

392

0.8

490

1 No. X 630

2
a)

Tower B
4BHK DLX

15

30

15

450

0.5

225

1.30

292.50

452

0.8

565

1 No. X 630

Tower C
4BHK
RGLR

17

34

15

510

0.5

255

1.30

331.50

512

0.8

641

2 No. X 400

Tower D,E
&F
4BHK (S)
3 BHK DLX

20
23

1
2

20
46

15
10

760

0.5

380

1.30

494

763.64

0.8

954.55

2 No. X 630

Tower
G,H,J&K
3BHK
(RGLR)
3 BHK (S)

24
20

2
2

48
40

10
10

880

0.5

440

1.30

572

884.21

0.8

1105.27

2 No. X 630

a)

4
a)

5
a)

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S.
No.

Tower

No. of
Floor

No. of
unit
/floor

ACROPOLIS RISING MAIN SELECTION TABLE FOR OLYMPIA PHASE-III


No. of Load/ Total Diversity
Total
Safety
Total Max.
Unit
Unit
Load
factor
Max.
Load
Demand
Demand
Factor
(including
Safety factor)

Load
(Amp.)

Rising
Mains
Derating
Factor

Rising
Mains
(Amp)

Proposed
Rising
Mains(in
Amp.)

Tower W

a)

5 BHK

30

30

22

660

0.5

330

1.30

429.00

663

0.8

829

1 No. x 630 &


1 No. 400

2
a)

Tower V & X
5 BHK

27

27

22

594

0.5

297

1.30

386.10

597

0.8

746

2 No. X 400

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RISING MAINS COMPARISION, BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL-Vs-Air Insulated-Vs-SANDWICH


S. No.
Conventional Bus trunking
Compact Air Insulated
Sandwich Insulated
1
Electrical Characteristics
High Impedance and High voltage drop Low impedance and hence low Very low impedance and hence low
voltage drop because of least voltage drop because of least
distance between the conductors. distance between the conductors.
Rated insulation voltage 690volts,AC
Rated insulation voltage 1000 Rated insulation voltage 1000 volts,
volts, AC
AC
2
Overall Dimension
Large in size i.e. the overall dimensions Compact in size i.e. the overall Compact in size i.e. the overall
of 800A is 400x300mm and of 4000A is dimension of 800A is 148x190mm dimension
of
800A
is
1000(L)x500(H)mm
151(W)x125(H)mm
Large space or shaft size is required for Small space or shaft size is Very Small space or shaft size is
installation
required for installation.
required for installation.
3
Conductor Material
Copper or Aluminium
Copper or Aluminum
Copper or Aluminum
Grade of material not known
ETP grade 99.9% pure copper, ETP grade 99.9% pure copper,
6340WP grade aluminum alloy
6340WP grade aluminum alloy

Testing facility to check the conductivity


is not available
Busbar Insulation
Basbars are bare or provided with PVC
sleeve
Busbar support
Basbars are supported on SMC or DMC
insulators have:Low hygroscopic characteristics
Low mechanical strength
Fixing arrangements
The brackets are welded with enclosure.
The position cannot be altered if required
at site.
Busbars Section Joints
Busbars sections are drilled at the ends,
joined by nuts & bolts using fish plates.

This is very cumbersome process


requires more time during installation.
In case of fault & its isolation needs long
shutdown.

Conductivity can be checked in Conductivity can be checked in


house
house
Busbars are bare or provided with Busbars are wrapped with one layer
PVC sleeve
of glass mica & four layers polyster
film, Class of insulation "F" (155 0C)
Busbars are supported on SMC No busbars supports are held
or DMC insulators have:together in the customized profiles.
Low hygroscopic characteristics
Low mechanical strength
Flexible design allows the fixing Flexible design allows the fixing of
of the mounting brackets at any the mounting brackets at any
position.
position
Busbars sections are joined with
UNI-BLOCK joint by tightening
one bolt. Advantage of this joint
are:
Can be removed easily by
loosening single bolt.
Installation is very quick.

Busbars sections are joined with


UNI-BLOCK joint by tightening one
bolt. Advantage of this joint are:
Can be removed easily by loosening
single bolt.
Installation is very quick.

In case of fault and its isolation is In case of fault and its isolation is
easy and quick.
easy and quick.
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S. No.

Conventional Bus trunking


Drilling reduced the cross section of
busbars
Earthing
Construction of enclosure does not
ensure continuity of earth through
enclosure.
Tap off boxes
These are fixed type, any problem in
connection from busbar to MCCB
terminals requires shutdown.

Plug in points have no shutter to close


the opening.

10

11

12

13

Fixed type predetermined tap off boxes


can be provided.
To meet the site requirement for
additional tap off boxes, lot of
modifications required.
Ingress protection
Claim IP 54,but not type tested at
external test house.
Fire barrier
Construction of fire barrier is not tested
at all to any standard.
Prevention of fire spread cannot
guaranteed.
No control of temp. on the exposed side
of enclosure, with high risk of secondary
fire.
Aesthetics
The looks of bustrunking are very bulky
and the finish does have the pleasing
appearance.
Costing
40-50% cheaper in compare to compact
Rising mains

Recommendations:

Compact Air Insulated


Busbars are not drilled

Sandwich Insulated
Busbars are not drilled

Enclosure
design
provides Enclosure
design
provides
additional
protective
earth additional protective earth affectively
affectively and ensures the earth and ensures the earth continuity.
continuity.
These are plug in type, can be
easily pulled out and repaired
without shutdown or can be
replaced with the spare plug in
box by just pushing it.
Plug in points have shutter to
close the plug in opening when
plug in point not in use.
The design allows tap off points
at every 250mm of any rating.
Plug in boxes can be pushed into
the tap off points to have new
connection.

These are plug in type, can be


easily pulled out and repaired
without shutdown or can be
replaced with the spare plug in box
by just pushing it.
Plug in points have shutter to close
the plug in opening when plug in
point not in use.
The design allows tap off points at
every 250mm of any rating.
Plug in boxes can be pushed into
the tap off points to have new
connection.

IP54, duly type tested at external IP54, IP55, IP65, IP67, duly type
test house.
tested at external test house.
Bustrunking with fire barrier test Not required, Since there is no
for 2 hours as per UL 14671 at chimney effect
CBRE, Roorkee.
No possibility to spread of fire
through bus trunking.
Totally
safe
installation
guaranteed.

Extremely good aesthetics, gives Extremely good aesthetics, gives


pleasing appearance.
pleasing appearance.

10-15% cheaper in compare to Rs. 10000.00 /Rmtr.for 630 Amps


sandwich Rising mains upto 630
Amps

We recommend to go with Sandwitch type Rising Main.

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UPS AND INVERTER POWER SUPPLY


Inverter power may be supplied on floor/ area basis to support 10% as emergency lighting in basements,
common areas lighting such as lift lobbies, staircase, electrical room etc. incase normal and DG power
changeover and incase of fire for illuminating fire escape route. UPS power shall be supplied on centralized
basis to support all head end equipments for FAS, PA, Security & Surveillance system etc. UPS with 15
minutes and Inverter shall be provided with 30 minutes battery backup. Storage batteries shall be sealed
maintenance free type. Each Tower shall be provided with Inverters at strategic locations for emergency
lighting of common area.

14.0

POWER DISTRIBUTION
The power distribution from the Main LT Panel in basement substation to each each building shall be
through 1100 volt grade XLPE insulated and PVC sheathed aluminum conductor armoured cables. The
cables will be laid on Cable tray & will be terminated in the individual building block panel/rising mains at
ground floor/Basement. The cable shall be laid directly buried in ground in green and paved area for external
lighting. RCC Hume pipe shall be provided road crossing/paved area or as per site requirement.
For apartments/hotel further power shall be fed from Block Panel to the Rising Mains (Sandwich Type)
through suitable rating of XLPE Al. Cable located in each building which will supply to Meter Boards located
at each floor from meter boards to individual user through 4/2 core copper cables on cable tray.
Further from block panel to rising main for each block and Stair case, Lift lobby lighting, Lift Panel, shall also
be fed from block Panel of respective building at basement. The cable for lift machine room shall be taken
from electrical shaft from block Panel.

15.0

METERING
Owner shall separately in turn collect electricity charges from tenants with help of Energy Management
software which is used for generating electricity bill for each tenants based on energy consumption for
lighting, power and adjustment of CAM (Common Area Maintenance) charges. The Management Software
with TOD feature shall have the capability to take into account the dual tariff (Grid and DG supply)
simultaneously. The software should have also the feature to generate/take the 11 KV meter reading and
subtract individual reading from gross reading of all the energy meters and segregate the energy difference
for amount on the bill of resident L.T. metering shall be provided for Each Apartment. Metering for
Apartments shall be done at the respective Floor level of the building. Pre-paid Dual Source Electronic
Digital Energy Meters are proposed for the entire LT Metering as it will measure normal units as well as
emergency units (DG) and compatible to link with FTTH system.

Features and Benefits


o

Accuracy class-1.0

Cost effective online pay as you use system

Load limiting and load management

Highly secure multiple encryption data handling

Option for remote consumer display unit - Freedom, allowing consumers to enter credit and access
meter information

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Flexible tariffs
a)

Time of Use (TOU)

b)

Slab tariff

c)

Minimum charges

d)

Standing charges

e)

Taxes and duties

f)

Debt recovery
o

Displays electricity usage in terms of money like load cost per hour and monthly
consumption data

Enables tariffs updates using the vend code

Enables refund of balance amount

Client-Server based vending system

User configurable alarms

No disconnection on holidays

Starburst LCD for user friendly display

Keypad based easy to use technology

Authenticated Billing Codes (ABC)-enables two way communications for bringing data back
to the utility

Advanced tamper detection

RECOMMENDED LIGHTING & POWER POINT DISTRIBUTION


Lighting fitting for all public areas, landscape and office areas will be selected by the interior designer.
Lighting arrangement is proposed with a judicious combination of energy efficient direct-indirect fixture using
low wattage electronic high frequency ballasts, high efficacy tri-phosphate coated T-5 tubes. LED Lights are
proposed for common areas.
All fluorescent fittings will be with electronic ballasts. Lights for Car park area shall be controlled through MCB
distribution board.
Wiring tabulation showing the conductor size for various applications are:
Lighting Circuit wiring

2x2.5+1x1.5 mm2 multi stranded FRLS copper wire.

Lighting Point wiring

3x1.5 mm2 multi stranded FRLS copper wire.

Power wiring upto 25A

2x4.0+1x2.5 mm2 multi stranded FRLS copper wire.

Sub-Main wiring (From Meter to Distribution Boards in Each Unit)


o

2x6 mm2 multi stranded FRLS copper wire for each EWS.

4x10 mm2 multi stranded FRLS copper wire for Basement DBs.

4x10 mm2 multi stranded FRLS copper wire for Each 3 BHK Unit.

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4x16 mm2 multi stranded FRLS copper wire for Each 4 BHK Unit.

4x25 mm2 multi stranded FRLS copper wire for Each 5 BHK Unit.

SYSTEM OF WIRING
The wiring will consist of PVC insulated copper conductor stranded flexible FRLS wires of 1100 volts grade
of insulation, in PVC conduits for all exposed / concealed wiring.
Modular type switches will be provided for all common areas.
Conduit & Accessories
MS conduits shall be used. However PVC conduits shall be used whenever recessed in slabs.
Illumination Level
The general lighting of various areas shall be planned to provide the following illuminations:
S. No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Description
Lift Lobby/Entrance area etc.
Basement / Car Park
Staircase
Lift Car
Control Rooms
Electrical Power Supply & Distribution Room

Lux Level
150-300 Lux
50-100-150 Lux
50-100-150 Lux
50-100-150 Lux
200-300-500 Lux
100-150-200 Lux

Lighting in all the areas shall be integrated with the interior layout and as per interior lighting designer
requirement.
18.0

POWER FACTOR IMPROVEMENT:


Power Factors Correction System:
Besides the requirement of State Electricity Authority, improving the power factor has added advantages
that it reduces the overall demand on to the Supply Authority thereby adding to overall economy. Thus, for
power factor improvement suitable size capacitor panels in the Bank formation shall be provided. The
capacitor shall be connected to the Main LT bus and will be located along with the main LT panels.
Automatic power factor correction relay of reputed make shall be provided to improve the power factor of
the system and switch on the capacitor depending on the system requirement. The power factor shall be
maintained around 0.95. As per mandatory requirement of State Electricity Board power factor should be
minimum 0.9.
We also propose to provide required capacity of fixed type capacitors to meet the no load losses of the
Transformers. The capacitors used shall be MPP Type Heavy Duty and suitable for Indoor Application.
Capacitors shall be hermetically sealed in sturdy corrosion proof sheet steel containers and impregnated
with non inflammable synthetic liquid. Every element of each capacitor unit shall be provided with its own
built in protection.. For Capacitor Calculation refer Annexure below

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Note:
The standard power factor for DG Set is 0.8 at which it is designed. In case of DG set operation the
capacitor bank is switched off, it is switched on only in the case of normal supply.
BENEFITS OF POWER FACTOR CORRECTION
Primary Benefit:

Reduced electric utility bill if there is a penalty (a typical payback 1-5 years)

Other Benefits:

19.0

Increased system capacity (generators, cables, transformers)


Improved voltage regulation
Reduced losses in transformers and cables
May reduce harmonics on the power system (with harmonic filters)
Greening the power system

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS:
VOICE (TELE-COMMUNICATION SYSTEM):
Two options are available:Option I: - Conventional System

TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM
Telephone outlets are designed to be provided in all the bed rooms and living/dining area. However each
Studio Apartment shall be provided with 2 nos. of telephone connections in 1 bed room Apartment. These
outlets shall be connected with 2 pair telephone wires. Each flat shall thus be connected with 2 no. of 2 pair
wires from the service shaft.
The telephone pairs shall be connected to tag blocks provided in the shafts and shaft tag block to main tag
block located in Ground Floor of Tower. The primary (Main) cable shall be provided / laid by the service
provider at the central room in Ground Floor. From here cables shall be connected to Tower Main Tag Block.
Intercom: - One no. telephone in each Apartment shall be connected to intercom telephone Tag Block which
further on shall be connected to a common EPABX for the Tower.

TV NETWORK
Each Apartment of 1 Bed Room shall be provided with 2 number TV outlets, out of which 1 No. shall be in bed
room and one in living/dining area & in 2 Bed Room shall be provided with 3 number TV outlets, out of which
2 Nos. shall be in bed room and one in living/dining area. Each Apartment shall be connected to a T.V.
junction box in the service shaft. The incoming coaxial cables and amplifiers for TV outlets shall however be
laid by cable TV operators / contractors. All the TV outlets in an apartment shall be interconnected which
shall ensure the TV viewing in any of the bed room/living room.
Option II: - Fibre To The Home (FTTH)

TELE-COMMUNICATION SYSTEM/DATA NETWORKING/TV/VIDEO DOOR PHONE SYSTEM:


It is proposed to provide Telecommunication (TV, Telephone, and Data System) System through FTTH.

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Each Apartment shall be provided with required No. of Telephone, TV & Data Outlets. 4 Pair CAT 6 cable
shall be used from ONT inside to points inside Appt. Other areas such as Club, etc. shall be provided with
required ONT. Further wiring up to points shall be as per interior layouts.
Intercom Facility shall be provided for each Flat/Apartment to Main Security Room through the FTTH
System.
FTTH (fiber to the home) is a form of fiber optic communication system. The fiber extends from the service
provider/server to the subscriber ONT (Optical Node Termination). From the ONT, the signal may be further
transmitted using twisted pair, coaxial cable, wireless, or optical fiber Cat 5e. In FTTH or Fiber to Home
fiber optic cable replaces the standard copper wire. FTTH can carry high speed broadband services
integrating voice, data and video, and runs directly to the junction box at the home or building. Fiber Optic
Cable allows for faster transfer rates and virtually unlimited bandwidth. This enhances internet speed,
streaming video and other demanding application. The need for independent ISPs of data, voice and video
operators establishing their own cables distribution is totally eliminated with a single FTTH network. All the
ISPs of data, voice and video and Value added service providers are connected in the Central
Communication Room of the FTTH network that houses Optical Line Terminals with switches and distribute
through a single redundant fiber to the Tower splitting further into each premise conveniently optimizing the
use of millions the cables that would be run by the respective ISPs of data, voice and video to connect every
apartment directly.

FIG: FTTH SYSTEM

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ADVANTAGES OF FTTH TO DEVELOPER:o


Passive Network:
It is a passive network, so these are no active components from the central office to the end user.
This dramatically minimizes the network maintenance cost and requirements as well as eliminating
the need for a DC power network.
o

Faster Internet:
A key benefit of FTTH is that it provides for far faster connection speeds and carrying capacity than
twisted pair conductors, DSL or coaxial cable.

Future Proof Network:


FTTH network is fully compatible to carry all IP services to be implemented today or in the future.
New services can be made live on an integrate and operate basis, since no additional wiring will
be required in the common areas.

Integrated Network:
FTTH broadband connections will allow consumers to bundle" their communications services. For
instance, a consumer could receive telephone, video, audio, television and just about any other kind
of digital data stream using a simple FTTH broadband connection. Such an arrangement would be
more cost effective and simpler than receiving those services via different lines.

Powerful Network:
Fiber has a virtually unlimited bandwidth coupled with a long reach, making it "future safe," or a
Standard medium that will be in place for a long time to come. FTTH will be able to handle even the
futuristic Internet uses.

Maintenance Free Network:


The FTTH network comes with a 10~15 years guarantee of maintenance with no additional cost.
This is a big advantage, since no AMC is ever available for the cabling. There is always the
dependency on equipment providers for maintenance of network -this result in high AMC costs and
non-predictable uptime for services.

Enhanced Consumer Choice:


With the FTTH network, Client will not need to restrict the number of service providers, since all
service providers will share the same network. This will result in enhanced choice for consumers.

Building Aesthetics:
The FTTH network will integrate all services, thus no antennas will be visible outside individual
apartments thus enhancing the aesthetic.

Enabled Homes:
FTTH enabled homes come with virtually unlimited bandwidth thus residents can utilize very high
speed internet, multiple time-shift TV (IP TV) without needing to be restricted by technical
feasibility parameters prescribed by service providers.

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Home/Office Automation Compatibility:


FTTH network will enable integration with all kinds of automation solutions, with access available
from within the premises and also from remote locations. This will also result in consumers being
able to choose more automated security devices for their homes.

ADVANTAGES OF FTTH TO CONSUMERS:o

Option to Choose between different service providers.

Subscribe individual services from different service providers and create their own bouquet of
services

Remove monopoly of service providers in terms of services provided.

Direct relation with service provider for availing different services.

Enabled infrastructure for triple play service (Voice, Video and data).

Avail Intercom Service (including Video Intercom).

Have Ultra high bandwidth up-to 100 Mbps.

Enabled infrastructure for Remote Home Automation.

Interactive Entertainment through Cable TV, IPTV, DTH, Inter-active games, e-Learning, e- Health
opinion.

Deliver a wide range of learning or research opportunities regardless of subject or location using eLearning.

Access to Member help line 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week

SECURITY & SERVEILLANCE:


CCTV SYSTEM:
We are proposing to install the Close Circuit Television Cameras for monitoring in Basement, main gate all
entry/exit, and Entrance lobby area at each Tower all entry/exit. The system shall be comprised CCD
Cameras, TV Monitor, Multiplexer, and Time Lapse Recorder. All the cameras shall be connected through
10/16-channel multiplexer. The unit shall record all the cameras as paid succession of full scale images.
The multiplexer shall receive the alarm signal, select the camera covering the forced entry area and records
exclusively the camera to tape. The time lapse recorder shall be provided which shall be connected to the
multiplexer unit to tape events seen by all cameras simultaneously.
Care shall be taken to ensure that the number of displays per screen is limited so the individuals can be
recognized when viewing the display in all areas.
For image recording following procedure shall be adopted:
o
CCTV recording method shall be NVR with video Management Software (VMS).
o

Utilizing Watermarking software to ensure integrity of all image recording.

Memory to maintain a record of one month maximum.

Administration functions for user areas and system auto recovery as required.

Real time monitoring of all images as required.

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Use of Pan Tilt & Zoom Cameras shall be reduced to a minimum.

High Resolution Day Night cameras with capability of operating under low Lux levels are provided at
designated outdoor locations.
Picture quality of all IP based cameras shall have a horizontal resolution of 1 Megapixel minimum.
Cameras location shall ensure that picture glare is not present at the CCTV monitors in the control room.
Power to cameras & associated equipment shall be supplied by emergency power. Since IP Cameras, POE
will be used (Power over Ethernet).

FIG;- CCTV System


21.0

COMMON AREAS/SERVICES
Supply & Installation of light fixtures, ceiling/exhaust fans, power sockets of all common areas of residential,
community, swimming pool (including under water lighting) and community centre are considered except the
landscape area lighting is excluded from part of the scope.

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SYSTEM EARTHING
Considering the hazardous nature of electrical energy, safety measures in using this energy is of paramount
importance. Earthing system shall be provided in accordance with Indian Standards IS-3043 (Amendment to
till date) and other statutory regulations.
All non current carrying metal parts forming the Electrical System shall be connected maintenance free to
the Earthing System as per the requirements of Indian Electricity Rules and local statutory requirements.
The earthing system shall be so designed that the resistance of the earthing network shall be less than 1.0
ohm at any point of the system.
All the Cable Trays shall be provided with suitable size of 2 Nos. G.I. strip in full length.
The proposed Earthing System can be divided into three sections:

Sub Station Equipments:


Transformer Neutral Earthing

Copper Earthing

Transformer body Earthing

G.I. Earthing

H.T switch-gear Earthing

G.I. Earthing

DG Set Earthing

G.I. Earthing

DG Set Neutral Earthing

Copper Earthing

LT panels Earthing (Body)

G.I. Earthing

Distribution boards Earthing

G.I. Earthing

Equipment Earthing

G.I. Earthing

Lighting/Power Point circuits

Insulated Copper Wire Earthing

Panels & DBs:

23.0

LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM


Lightning Protection (Wide Area Protection System)
Level of Protection-II, Protection Radius 87m as per manufacturer recommendation:
It is proposed to provide External Lightning Wide Area Protection System Terra Streamer based on proactive Early Streamer Emission (ESE) Technology. Device shall emit electromagnetic impulse in the form of
a streamer into the air microseconds earlier than naturally formed streamers. It is proposed to provide
Lightning Arrestors at the top of terrace level of the Building which shall be connected directly to the
standalone earthing pits through down conductors.

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24.0

AVIATION OBSTRUCTION LIGHTS


A set of Twin Dome aviation Obstruction Lights GLS type of reliable design and reputed manufacturer shall
be provided on top of each Tower.

25.0

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM (INTELLIGENT ADDRESSABLE TYPE)


As per NBC norms for Residential Building height up to 15 meter Fire Detection & Alarm System is not
required. Residential Building having height between 16-60 meter, Manual Fire Alarm System is required
comprising Manual call with Talkback and Hooter are to be provided on each floor.
In this Project, as the height is more than 60 meters, hence Manual call point with talk back shall be provided
near stair case landing on each floor. In case of fire, bell push shall have to be operated by breaking the
glass and the alarm shall automatically sound for evacuation of occupants. Every floor shall be provided with
addressable Zone monitoring unit which will interface conventional detectors with centrally located Intelligent
Fire Alarm panel. This Z.M.U. can be by-passed individually so that in case of any Puja / Hawan function in
any house there is no nuisance alarm. This can be done from the Fire panel itself. In addition, low intensity
sounder combined with speaker shall also be provided on every floor. One response indicator shall also be
mounted outside every apartment. The speaker sounder units designed to be provided on all the floors shall
have single circuit arrangement to ensure that the sounders sound simultaneously and the same voice is
heard on all the floors. The Manual Call Point (MCP) and Talk Back system shall also be a combined unit to
enable a resident to talk to the Fire Alarm Monitoring Station in case of emergency. The 6 Watt speakers on
every floor shall be connected to the amplifier unit in the Main Detection cum Alarm Panel.

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a)

In the Basement Addressable Multi-criterion Detectors shall be provided.

b)

On the floors at each unit Conventional Optical smoke Detectors shall be provided in all Bed Rooms,
Living/Dining Room and In the Kitchen Conventional Heat Detectors shall be provided for in each flats.

d)

On the floors at each lift lobby Addressable Smoke detector shall be provided .

FIG:-SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FIRE ALARM SYSTEM

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ELEVATOR SYSTEM
Lifts are proposed as per the requirements. Lifts will be backed up with emergency power. Capacity of the lift
will have the capacity for carrying 10 persons at a time. One of the lifts will be bigger for transporting /
carrying house furnitures etc to the top floors from Ground Floor and vice versa. Interior of the lift will be
finished with Stainless Steel, proper lighting etc. Flooring of the lift will be with best quality Granite tiles.
There will be announcing speakers in the lift. Automatic closing type doors will be provided. Lift will be
microphone based V3F operated lift with VF door control. Micro processor based operation control, V3F
drive with AC VF door operation will comply with most stringent applicable provision of following Codes,
laws, and/or Authorities, including most recent amendments in effect, safety codes for lifts IS14655(Amended to Date) Parts 1,2,3,4 and 5 including all relevant parts, Codes of Practice and national
variations as appropriate IS-14671, IS-2147 and IS-2332 (Amended to Date).
All elevators shall be provided with short duration emergency lights in each cabin supported by ocal dry cell
rechargeable battery and necessary relays to give minimum 50 lux at the floor level of the elevator.
Automatic self-leveling feature shall be provided to bring the elevator car level within +/- 3 mm of the landing
floor regardless of load or direction of travel.

OPERATION OF ELEVATOR DURING POWER FAILURE


Battery operated Automatic Rescue Device (ARD) shall be provided on all lifts to take the lifts to the nearest
possible landing in case of power failure. All lifts equipped with backup generator with AMF (Automatic
Mains Failure) panel, the provision of ARD is optional. For all lifts with ARD, an audio & visual indicator
shall be provided inside the lift car to alert the person trapped inside that he/she is being rescued. Capacity
of battery shall be such that minimum three rescue operations can be performed without recharging.
Every passenger lift shall be provided with an overload device, which will prevent the lift from starting in
case the lift car is loaded to 110 percent of the rated capacity of the lift or more. Lift shall remain
stationery with door open. Audio & visual warning device shall be provided to alert the passengers in case
of overload.

Cut-off Hall Call Switch


When activated this feature disables all hall calls, but allows the normal operation of car calls. When the car
has no further demand, it parks with its doors opened at the last landing served.

Full Collective Operation


Registered car and hall calls are answered in the order in which the landings are reached. The direction of
travel is established by the first registered car command or hall call.

Load Non-stop
When a car is loaded to a predetermined percentage of capacity, weight-sensing devices are activated,
causing the car to bypass further hall calls.

Alarm Bell on Car


When an alarm button is pressed, the buzzer on top of the car will be activated.

Car Position Indicator


This feature displays car position, running direction, fire service and overload signals.

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Hall and Car Direction Indicator


The elevator running direction is displayed by LED segments.

Hall Position Indicator


This feature includes a 16-segment LED position and direction indicator.

Car Call Cancellation


When a car call button is incorrectly selected, it can be cancelled by pressing twice on the same button.

Home Floor Parking Selection of lift


After normal supply activated the lift car park to nearest landing till call not received.

Intercom Facility
A two way press and speak intercom in cop to allow communication between lift car and the control station.

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CONSTRUCTION GUIDELINES
Following architectural provisions need to be made for easy and safe installation of electrical equipments:
ROOM CLEAR HEIGHTS :

EQUIPMENT MINIMUM CLEAR ROOM HEIGHT UNDER THE BEAM

11KV HT Indoor Switchgear / Panels 3.6M


11KV / 433V Indoor Dry Type
Transformers up to 2500KVA rating 3.6M
Main LT Panel 4.0M
DG Sets Generally double height i.e. 6
CLEAR ENTRY WAY AND EQUIPMENT ENTRY RAMP HEIGHT
All the equipment entry route & ramp heights in the basements shall be clear /sufficient enough to facilitate
movement / shifting of equipment from the outside into the allocated room in the basements.
Note: Architect / Structural Consultant to refer to vendors shop drawings for height finalization.

ELECTRICAL ROOMS & SHAFT CONSTRUCTION & DOORS


All electrical rooms, substation rooms & shafts civil construction and doors need to be provided as per fire
ratings specified in NBC-2005.

SEALING OF SHAFTS & CUTOUTS


All sleeves & cutouts after passing of electrical services such as conduits, cables, cable trays & rising mains
etc. need to be Fire Safe Sealed to prevent spread of fire between floors.

RELEVANT NBC GUIDELINES FOR ARCHITECTURAL / CIVIL WORKS RELATED TO ELECTRICAL


INSTALLATION
o

Indoor Dry Type substation should be made at the periphery of the floor / building.

o
o
o
o
o
o

Indoor Dry type substations walls, roof, floor & door to be of fire resistance rating of minimum 4 hours.
Indoor Dry type substation cannot be located below the first basement of the building.
DG Set room should have a separate direct access, escape & entry from outside.
DG Set cannot be installed on roof top.
Electrical rooms & Electrical shafts doors shall be of fire resistance rating of not less than 2 hrs.
Fire control room to be provided on the entrance floor/ at stilt of the building as per the requirement of
fire office.

Note: The above mentioned list may not be fully comprehensive. Its only for guidance, hence Architect /
Structural Consultant to consult NBC for designing of spaces /shafts / room etc.

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SHORT CIRCUIT RATING CALCULATIONS


SHORT CIRCUIT RATING AT SUBSTATION (H.T. SIDE)
Transformer Size

2000 KVA

Grid Fault Level

350 MVA

Therefore Short Circuit Current

350 x 1000

3 x 11000

18.37 KA

44.52 KA

35.62 KA

105 A

1.0.

SHORT CIRCUIT RATING AT SUBSTATION (L.T. SIDE)


Transformer Size

2000 KVA

Impedance As per IS 2026 (Part I)

Therefore Short Circuit Current

=
=

6.25 %
2000 x 100

3 x 415 x 6.25 %
SAY 50KA

SHORT CIRCUIT RATING AT SUBSTATION (L.T. SIDE)


Transformer Size

1600 KVA

Impedance As per IS 2026 (Part I)

6.25 %

Therefore Short Circuit Current

1600 x 100

3 x 415 x 6.25 %

SAY 36KA

2000 KVA

H.T. CABLE SELECTION


o

Incoming of H.T. Panel


Transformer rating
Current Rating

2000 x 1000
= 3 x 11000

Derating Factors:
I)

Rating factor for variation in ground temperature.

II)

Rating factor for group of multicore cables laid Direct in ground in horizontal formation with
Spacing of 15 cm, no of cables in group of 3
=
0.72

III)

Rating factor for depth of laying of cables laid direct in ground , depth of laying 1500mm
=
0.97

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Overall Derating

Hence current carrying capacity after derating

=
=

0.97 x 0.72x 1.0


0.69

105 A
= 152.17 Amp
0.69

But Short circuit current for 1 second duration is 18.37 KA (@11 KV)
So 3C x 240 Sq mm cables is required.
o

Outgoing Cable of H.T. Panel :


Same as incoming (3 C X 240 Sq.mm)

HT Cable Selection Based On Short Circuit Current:


Full load conductor temperature prior to short circuit

Maximum permissible conductor temperature during short circuit =


KxA
By using formula ISH =
t

90 0C
250 0C

ISH = Short Circuit Current in KA (r.m.s.)


T = Duration of short circuit in Seconds = 1 Second
A = Cross section area of aluminium conductor in Sqmm
K = Constant = 0.094 for Aluminium
Ishx t
A=
K
=

18.37 x 1
0.094

= 195 Sqmm
Hence 3C x 240 Sqmm cable is adequate.

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CAPACITOR REQUIREMENT

I1

I2

P.F. (Cos 1) before improvement


tan 1
P.F. (Cos 2) after improvement
tan 2
kVAR required

=
=
0.95
=

0.8
0.75
0.3286

kW (tan 1 - 2)

PHASE-I(ATHENIA)
Max. Demand Load

Required KVAr

4024 x (0.75 0.3286) .....formula

4024 x 0.4214 kVAR

1695 kVAR

Say

4024.25KW

3x565 KVAR for Each Transformer

PHASE-II(AMBROSIA)
Max. Demand Load

Required KVAr

4361 x 0.4214 kVAR

1837.72 kVAR

Say

4361.25KW

3x615 KVAR for Each Transformer

PHASE-III(OLYMPIA)
Max. Demand Load

Required KVAr

1175 x 0.4214 kVAR

495.14 kVAR

Say

1175.44KW

1x500 KVAR for Each Transformer

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ELECTRICAL LOAD DETAIL PER UNIT TOWERS TYPE-A,B,U&T (4BHK DLX)


S.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Description

LIVING/ DINING
LIVING BALCONY
BEDROOM-1/DRESS
BED ROOM-1 BALCONY
BEDROOM-1 TOILET
BEDROOM-2/DRESS
BED ROOM-2 BALCONY
BEDROOM-2 TOILET
BEDROOM-3/DRESS
BED ROOM-3 BALCONY
BEDROOM-3 TOILET
BEDROOM-4/DRESS
BED ROOM-4 BALCONY
BEDROOM-4 TOILET
KITCHEN
KITCHEN BALCONY
SERVANT ROOM
SERVANT TOILET
ENT FOYER
TOTAL
LOAD IN WATTS
CONNECTED LOAD IN KW
DIVERSITY
DEMAND LOAD IN KW
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
AC LOAD
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
SAY

Bracke
t light

Ceiling
light

Chandel
ier

6 amp
switch &
socket

2x6 amp
Switch &
Socket

16 amp
switch &
socket

16 amp
Socket for
Geyser

20A
Socket
for A/C

Ceilin
g fans

Mirror
Light

Exhau
st fan

T.V

Telephone

Door
bell

5
2
3
2
2
1
1
1
17
60
1.020
60%
0.612

0
2
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
20
60
1.200
60%
0.720

1
1
100
0.100
60%
0.060

4
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
5
25
60
1.500
30%
0.450

1
1
1
1
1
5
100
0.500
30%
0.150
3.71 kW
12.00 kW
15.71 kW
16.00 kW

2
1
1
1
1
2
1
9
500
4.500
25%
1.125

1
1
1
1
1
5
1,500
7.500
30%
2.250

0
2,250
0.000
50%
0.000

3
1
2
1
1
1
1
10
80
0.800
60%
0.480

1
1
1
1
4
60
0.240
20%
0.048

1
1
1
1
1
1
6
60
0.360
20%
0.072

1
1
1
1
1
5

1
1
1
1
4

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2
1
1
1
1
1
2
9

1
1

ELECTRICAL LOAD DETAIL TOWER-TYPE - G, H, J, K, L, M, N & O (3BHK S)


S.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Description
LIVING/ DINING
LIVING BALCONY
BEDROOM-1/DRESS
BED ROOM-1 BALCONY
BEDROOM-1 TOILET
BEDROOM-2/DRESS
BED ROOM-2 BALCONY
BEDROOM-2 TOILET
BEDROOM-3/DRESS
BED ROOM-3 BALCONY
BEDROOM-3 TOILET
KITCHEN
KITCHEN BALCONY
SERVANT ROOM
SERVANT TOILET
ENT FOYER
TOTAL
LOAD IN WATTS
CONNECTED LOAD KW
DIVERSITY
DEMAND LOAD IN KW
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
AC LOAD
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD

Bracke
t light

Ceiling
light

Chand
elier

4
2
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
13
60
0.780
60%
0.468

0
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
12
60
0.720
60%
0.432

2
2
100
0.200
60%
0.120

SAY

6 amp
switch &
socket
4
3
2
3
2
3
2
5
1
1
26
60
1.560
30%
0.468

2x6 amp 16 amp


Switch& switch &
Socket
socket
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
7
200
500
0.800
3.500
30%
25%
0.240
0.875
3.119 kW
6.500 kW
9.619 kW

16 amp
Socket for
Geyser
1
1
1
1
4
1,500
6.000
30%
1.800

20 amp
Socket
for A/C
0
2,250
0.000
50%
0.000

Ceiling
fans

Mirror
Light

Exhaust
fan

TV

Telephone

Door
bell

2
1
1
1
1
1
7
100
0.700
60%
0.420

1
1
1
3
60
0.180
20%
0.036

1
1
1
1
1
5
60
0.300
20%
0.060

1
1
1
1
4

1
1
1
1
4

10.00kW

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1
1
1
1
5

1
1

S.
No
.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
7
6
4
7
6
4
7
6
4
7
14
15
16
17
18
19

Description
LIVING/ DINING
LIVING BALCONY
BEDROOM-1/DRESS
BED ROOM-1 BALCONY
BEDROOM-1 TOILET
BEDROOM-2/DRESS
BED ROOM-2 BALCONY
BEDROOM-2 TOILET
BEDROOM-3/DRESS
BED ROOM-3 BALCONY
BEDROOM-3 TOILET
BEDROOM-4/DRESS
BED ROOM-4 BALCONY
BEDROOM-4 TOILET
BEDROOM-5/DRESS
BED ROOM-5 BALCONY
BEDROOM-5 TOILET
KITCHEN
KITCHEN BALCONY
SERVANT ROOM
SERVANT TOILET
ENT FOYER
FAMILY LOUNGE
TOTAL
LOAD IN WATTS
CONNECTED LOAD KW
DIVERSITY
DEMAND LOAD IN KW
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
AC LOAD
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD

Bracke
t light

Ceiling
light

6
3
0
3
0
3
0
3
0
3
0
1
1
2
25
60
1.500
60%
0.900

1
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
3
3
3
1
1
5
38
60
2.280
60%
1.368

SAY

ELECTRICAL LOAD DETAIL PER UNIT TOWER-TYPE-V,W&X(5BHK)


Chand
6 amp
2x6 amp 16 amp
16 amp
20A
Ceiling Mirror
elier
switch & Switch& switch & Socket for Socket
fans
Light
socket
Socket
socket
Geyser
for A/C
3
5
1
1
6
3
1
1
1
4
2
2
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
2
2
1
1
3
1
1
2
2
1
1
6
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
4
42
7
10
7
0
18
6
100
60
200
500
1,500
2,250
100
60
0.400
2.520
1.400
5.000
10.500
0.000
1.800 0.360
60%
30%
30%
25%
30%
50%
60%
20%
0.240
0.756
0.420
1.250
3.150
0.000
1.080 0.072
6.182 kW
16.00kW
22.18 kW
22.0kW

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Exhaust
fan

T.V

Telephone

Door
bell

2
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
60
0.480
20%
0.096

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7

1
1
1
1
1
1
6

Smoke
Heat
Detector Detector
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
10

1
1

ELECTRICAL LOAD DETAIL PER UNIT TOWER-TYPE-C&S(4BHK RGLR)


S.
No
.
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Description

LIVING/ DINING
LIVING BALCONY
BEDROOM-1/DRESS
BEDROOM-1 TOILET
BEDROOM-2/DRESS
BED ROOM-2 BALCONY
BEDROOM-2 TOILET
BEDROOM-3/DRESS
DINING BALCONY
BEDROOM-3 TOILET
BEDROOM-4
BEDROOM-4 TOILET
KITCHEN
KITCHEN BALCONY
SERVANT ROOM
SERVANT TOILET
ENT FOYER,VEST
PDR
TOTAL
LOAD IN WATTS
CONNECTED LOAD IN KW
DIVERSITY
DEMAND LOAD IN KW
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
AC LOAD
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
SAY

Bracke
t light

Ceiling
light

Chand
elier

4
2
3
2
2
1
1

0
2
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
21
60
1.260
60%
0.756

2
2
100
0.200
60%
0.120

15
60
0.900
60%
0.540

6 amp
switch &
socket
4
3
1
3
1
2
2
3
1
4
1
25
60
1.500
30%
0.450

2x6 amp 16 amp


Switch& switch &
Socket
socket
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
7
100
500
0.500
3.500
30%
25%
0.150
0.875
3.395 kW
11.00 kW
14.39 kW
14.00 kW

16 amp
Socket for
Geyser
1
1
1
1
1
5
1,500
7.500
30%
2.250

20 amp
Socket
for A/C
0
2,250
0.000
50%
0.000

Ceiling
fans

Mirror
Light

Exhaust
fan

T.V

Telephone

Door
bell

2
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
80
0.640
60%
0.384

1
1
1
1
4
60
0.240
20%
0.048

1
1
1
1
1
1
6
60
0.360
20%
0.072

1
1
1
1
1
5

1
1
1
1
4

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2
1
1
1
1
1
1
8

1
1

ELECTRICAL LOAD DETAIL PER UNIT TOWER-TYPE-D,E,F,P,Q&R(3BHK DLX)


S.
No
.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Description
LIVING/ DINING
LIVING BALCONY
BEDROOM-1/DRESS
BED ROOM-1 BALCONY
BEDROOM-1 TOILET
BEDROOM-2/DRESS
BEDROOM-2 TOILET
BEDROOM-3/DRESS
BED ROOM-3 BALCONY
BEDROOM-3 TOILET
KITCHEN
KITCHEN BALCONY
SERVANT ROOM
SERVANT TOILET
ENT FOYER
FAMILY LOUNGE
TOTAL
LOAD IN WATTS
CONNECTED LOAD IN KW
DIVERSITY
DEMAND LOAD IN KW
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
AC LOAD
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
SAY

Bracke
t light

Ceiling
light

Chand
elier

4
3
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
1
15
60
0.900
60%
0.540

0
4
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
0
1
16
60
0.960
60%
0.576

2
2
100
0.200
60%
0.120

6 amp
switch &
socket
4
3
2
3
2
3
2
5
1
1
26
60
1.560
30%
0.468

2x6 amp 16 amp


Switch& switch &
Socket
socket
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
8
200
500
0.800
4.000
30%
25%
0.240
1.000
3.460 kW
6.500 kW
9.960 kW
10.00 kW

16 amp
Socket for
Geyser
1
1
1
1
4
1,500
6.000
30%
1.800

20 A
Socket
for A/C
0
2,250
0.000
50%
0.000

Ceiling
fans

Mirror
Light

Exhaust
fan

T.V

Telephone

Door
bell

2
1
1
1
1
1
7
100
0.700
60%
0.420

1
1
1
3
60
0.180
20%
0.036

1
1
1
1
1
5
60
0.300
20%
0.060

1
1
1
1
4

1
1
1
1
4

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2
1
1
1
1
6

1
1

TOWER-TYPE-G,H,J,K,L,M,N&O(3BHK RGLR)
S.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Description
LIVING/ DINING
LIVING BALCONY
BEDROOM-1/DRESS
BED ROOM-1 BALCONY
BEDROOM-1 TOILET
BEDROOM-2/DRESS
BED ROOM-2 BALCONY
BEDROOM-2 TOILET
BEDROOM-3/DRESS
BED ROOM-3 BALCONY
BEDROOM-3 TOILET
KITCHEN
KITCHEN BALCONY
SERVANT ROOM
SERVANT TOILET
ENT FOYER
TOTAL
LOAD IN WATTS
CONNECTED LOAD IN KW
DIVERSITY
DEMAND LOAD IN KW
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
AC LOAD
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
SAY

Bracket
light

Ceiling
light

Chand
elier

4
2
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
1
14
60
0.840
60%
0.504

0
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
13
60
0.780
60%
0.468

2
2
100
0.200
60%
0.120

6 amp
switch &
socket
4
3
2
3
2
3
2
5
1
1
26
60
1.560
30%
0.468

2x6 amp
Switch&
Socket
1
1
1
1
4
200
0.800
30%
0.240
3.191 kW
6.500 kW
9.691 kW
10.00kW

16 amp
switch &
socket
1
1
1
1
2
1
7
500
3.500
25%
0.875

16 amp
Socket for
Geyser
1
1
1
1
4
1,500
6.000
30%
1.800

20 A
Socket
for A/C
0
2,250
0.000
50%
0.000

Ceiling
fans

Mirror
Light

Exhaust
fan

T.V

Telephone

Door
bell

2
1
1
1
1
1
7
100
0.700
60%
0.420

1
1
1
3
60
0.180
20%
0.036

1
1
1
1
1
5
60
0.300
20%
0.060

1
1
1
1
4

1
1
1
1
4

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1
1
1
1
6

1
1

ELECTRICAL LOAD PER UNIT TOWER-TYPE-D,E,F,P,Q&R(4BHK)


S.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
4
18
19

Description
LIVING/ DINING
LIVING BALCONY
BEDROOM-1/DRESS
BED ROOM-1 BALCONY
BEDROOM-1 TOILET
BEDROOM-2/DRESS
BED ROOM-2 BALCONY
BEDROOM-2 TOILET
BEDROOM-3/DRESS
BED ROOM-3 BALCONY
BEDROOM-3 TOILET
BEDROOM-4/DRESS
BED ROOM-4 BALCONY
BEDROOM-4 TOILET
KITCHEN
KITCHEN BALCONY
SERVANT ROOM
SERVANT TOILET
SERVANT BALCONY
ENT FOYER
FAMILY LOUNGE
TOTAL
LOAD IN WATTS
CONNECTED LOAD IN KW
DIVERSITY
DEMAND LOAD IN KW
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
AC LOAD
TOTAL DEMAND LOAD
SAY

Bracket
light

Ceiling
light

Chand
elier

5
2
0
3
0
2
0
2
0
1
0
1
1
17
60
1.020
60%
0.612

0
2
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
18
60
1.080
60%
0.648

2
2
100
0.200
60%
0.120

6 amp
switch &
socket
4
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
4
1
1
30
60
1.800
30%
0.540

2x6 amp 16 amp


Switch & switch &
Socket
socket
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
7
100
500
0.500
3.500
30%
25%
0.150
0.875
3.449 kW
11.00kW
14.44kW
14.00 kW

16 amp
Socket for
Geyser
1
1
1
1
1
5
1,500
7.500
30%
2.250

20 A
Socket
for A/C
0
2,250
0.000
50%
0.000

Ceiling
fans

Mirror
Light

Exhaust
fan

T.V

Telephone

Door
bell

2
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
80
0.640
60%
0.384

1
1
1
1
4
60
0.240
20%
0.048

1
1
1
1
1
1
6
60
0.360
20%
0.072

1
1
1
1
1
5

1
1
1
1
4

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Smoke
Heat
Detector Detector
2
1
1
1
1
1
7

1
1

6.0

Design Calculations
Estimated Electrical Power requirements including common area loads for each tower are calculated and indicated as below. The maximum demand with due
consideration of all utilities, Air conditioning & lighting etc.
Note: Actual Load shall be given only after sign off, of Light / Power points in Apartments.

S.
No.

Tower Type

PHASE-I (ATHENIA) ELECTRCAL LOAD CALCULATION FOR ACROPOLIS AT GURGAON HARYANA


Unit Area Load/Unit As No. of Unit
No. of Total No.
Unit Type
(sq.ft.)
per DHBVN
Per Floors
Floors of Units
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
1357
10
2
23
46
3BHK(S)+SER.
1304
10
2
19
38
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
1357
10
2
23
46
3BHK(S)+SER.
1304
10
2
19
38
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
1357
10
2
23
46
3BHK(S)+SER.
1304
10
2
19
38
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
1357
10
2
23
46
3BHK(S)+SER.
1304
10
2
19
38
4BHK(S)+SER.
1914
14
1
18
18
3BHK (DLX.)+SER.
1482
10
2
22
44
4BHK(S)+SER.
1914
14
1
18
18
3BHK (DLX.)+SER.
1482
10
2
22
44
4BHK(S)+SER.
1914
14
1
18
18
3BHK (DLX.)+SER.
1482
10
2
22
44
4BHK RGLR.+SER.
2185
14
2
21
42
4BHK DLX.+SER.
2621
16
2
18
36
4BHK DLX.+SER.
2621
16
2
15
30

1)

TOWER L

2)

TOWER M

3)

TOWER N

4)

TOWER O

5)

TOWER P

6)

TOWER Q

7)

TOWER R

8)
9)
10)

TOWER S
TOWER T
TOWER U
COMMON AREA
Tower common area
Lift Load
Basement Lighting (477878 ft2 @ 0.2 w/ft2)
Basement Ventilation (477878 ft2@1.5w/ft2)
Basement Emergency Exhaust Ventilation @3 Zone
Shops(Area 3690 sqft.@12w/sqft.)
Club(Area 8000 sqft.@12w/sqft.)
STP
Plumbing
Fire Fighting

12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
21)

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Connected
Load (KW)
460.00
380.00
460.00
380.00
460.00
380.00
460.00
380.00
252.00
440.00
252.00
440.00
252.00
440.00
588.00
576.00
480.00

Diversity
Factor
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%

Max.
Demand (KW)
460.00
380.00
460.00
380.00
460.00
380.00
460.00
380.00
252.00
440.00
252.00
440.00
252.00
440.00
588.00
576.00
480.00

60
240
95.58
716.82

80%
80%
80%
50%

44.28
96.00
30.00
100.00
300.00

50%
50%
80%
80%
80%

48.00
192.00
76.46
358.41
100.00
22.14
48.00
24.00
80.00
240.00

22)

External Lighting
TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD
Overall Diversity(O.D.)
Max. Demand in KW
Power Factor
Max. Demand in KVA
Loading Factor
Required capacity of Transformer
Hence Proposed Transformers

40.00

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80%

32.00
8301.01KW
50%
4150.50KW
0.95
4368.95KVA
80%
5461.19KVA

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Unit Area Load/Unit As No. of Unit
No. of Total No.
Unit Type
(sq.ft.)
per DHBVN
Per Floors
Floors of Units
4BHK DLX.+SER.
2621
16
2
23
46

S.
No.
1)

TOWER A

2)

TOWER B

4BHK DLX.+SER.

2621

16

19

3)

TOWER C

4)

TOWER D

4BHK RGLR.+SER.
4BHK (S)+SER.
3BHK (DLX.)+SER.

2185
1914
1482

14
14
10

2
1
2

5)

TOWER E

4BHK (S)+SER.

1914

14

3BHK (DLX.)+SER.

1482

6)

TOWER F

4BHK (S)+SER.

7)

TOWER G

8)

TOWER H

9)

TOWER J

10)

TOWER K

12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)

COMMON AREA
Tower common area
Lift Load
Basement Lighting (477878 sqft.@0.2w/sqft.)
Basement Ventilation (477878 sqft.@1.5w/sqft.)
Basement Emergency Exhaust Ventilation@3 Zone
Shops (Area 3690 sqft.@12w/sqft.)
Club (Area 8000 sqft.@12w/sqft.)
STP

Tower Type

Connected
Load (KW)
736.00

Diversity
Factor
100%

Max.
Demand (KW)
736.00

38

608.00

100%

608.00

23
19
23

46
19
46

644.00
266.00
460.00

100%
100%
100%

644.00
266.00
460.00

19

19

266.00

100%

266.00

10

23

46

460.00

100%

460.00

1914

14

19

19

266.00

100%

266.00

3BHK (DLX.)+SER.

1482

10

18

36

360.00

100%

360.00

3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.

1357

10

22

44

440.00

100%

440.00

3BHK(S)+SER.

1304

10

18

36

360.00

100%

360.00

3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
3BHK(S)+SER.
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
3BHK(S)+SER.
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.

1357
1304
1357
1304
1357

10
10
10
10
10

2
2
2
2
2

22
18
22
21
18

44
36
44
42
36

440.00
360.00
440.00
420.00
360.00

100%
100%
100%
100%
100%

440.00
360.00
440.00
420.00
360.00

3BHK(S)+SER.

1304

10

15

30

300.00

100%

300.00

60.00
230.00
95.58
716.82

80%
80%
80%
50%

44.28
96.00
30.00

50%
50%
80%

48.00
184.00
76.46
358.41
100.00
22.14
48.00
24.00

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20)
21)
22)

Plumbing
Fire Fighting
External Lighting
TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD
Overall Diversity(O.D.)
Max. Demand in KW
Power Factor
Max. Demand in KVA
Loading Factor
Required capacity of Transformer
Hence Proposed Transformers:-

100.00
300.00
25.00

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80%
80%
80%

80.00
240.00
20.00
8387.01KW
50%
4193.50KW
0.95
4414.22KVA
80%
5517.77KVA

S.
No.
1)
2)
3)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)

Tower Type
TOWER W
TOWER V
TOWER X

PHASE-3(OLYMPIA) ELECTRCAL LOAD CALCULATION FOR ACROPOLIS AT GURGAON HARYANA


Unit Area Load/Unit As No. of Unit
No. of
Total No.
Connected
Unit Type
(sq.ft.)
per DHBVN
Per Floors
Floors
of Units
Load (KW)
5BHK
4128
22
1
29
29
638.00
5BHK
4128
22
1
26
26
572.00
5BHK
4128
22
1
26
26
572.00

COMMON AREA
Tower common area
Lift Load
Basement Lighting(Area 151060
sqft.@0.2w/sqft.)
Basement Ventilation(Area 151060
sqft.@1.5w/sqft.)
Basement Emergency Exhaust
Ventilation@2 Zone
Shops(Area 820 sqft.@12w/sqft.)
Club(Area 12000 sqft.@12w/sqft.)
STP
Plumbing
Fire Fighting
TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD
Overall Diversity(O.D.)
Max. Demand in KW
Power Factor
Max. Demand in KVA
Loading Factor
Required capacity of Transformer
Hence Proposed Transformers:-

Max.
Demand (KW)
638.00
572.00
572.00

15.00
40.00

80%
80%

12.00
32.00

30.21

80%

24.17

226.59

50%

113.30
60.00

9.84
144.00
20.00
30.00
250.00

1 Nos. X 1600KVA 11/.433KV Dry Type

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Factor
100%
100%
100%

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50%
50%
80%
80%
80%

4.92
72.00
16.00
24.00
200.00
2340.38KW
50%
1170.19KW
0.95
1231.78KVA
80%
1539.73KVA

S.No.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)

Tower Type
EWS
EWS
EWS
COMMON SERVICES
EWS Common Area
Nursery School 1&2
Primary School
STP
Plumbing
TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD
Overall Diversity(O.D.)
Max. Demand in KW
Power Factor
Max. Demand in KVA
Loading Factor
Required capacity of
Transformer
Hence Proposed
Transformers:-

EWS AND SCHOOL ELECTRCAL LOAD CALCULATION FOR ACROPOLIS AT GURGAON HARYANA
Unit Area
Load/Unit As
No. of Unit
No. of
Total No. of Connected
Unit Type
(sq.ft.)
per DHBVN
Per Floors
Floors
Units
Load (KW)
1 BHK
113
3.00
1 BHK
113
3.00
1 BHK
15
3.00
10
100
20.00
20.00
30.00

Max.
Demand (KW)
339.00
339.00
3.00

80%
80%
80%
80%
80%

8.00
80.00
16.00
16.00
24.00
825.00KW
50%
412.50KW
0.95
434.21KVA
80%
542.76KVA

1 Nos. X 630KVA 11/.433KV OIL TYPE COMPACT SUBSTATION(OUTDOOR)

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Factor
100%
100%
100%

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S.
No.

Tower Type

1)

TOWER L

2)

TOWER M

3)

TOWER N

4)

TOWER O

5)

TOWER P

6)

TOWER Q

7)

TOWER R

8)
9)
10)

TOWER S
TOWER T
TOWER U
COMMON AREA
Tower common area
Lift Load
Basement Lighting( 477878
sqft.@0.2w/sqft.)
Basement Ventilation(477878
ft2@1.5w/ft2)
Basement Emergency Exhaust
Ventilation@3 Zone
Shops(Area 3690 sqft.@12w/sqft.)
Club(Area 8000 sqft.@12w/sqft.)
STP
Plumbing
Fire Fighting

12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
21)

PHASE-I (ATHENIA) ELECTRCAL LOAD CALCULATION FOR ACROPOLIS AT GURGAON HARYANA


Unit
No. of
Total
Load/
No. of
Connected Diversity
Unit Type
Area
Unit Per
No. of
Unit
Floors
Load (KW)
Factor
(sq.ft.)
Floors
Units
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
1357
10
2
23
46
460.00
80%
3BHK(S)+SER.
1304
10
2
19
38
380.00
80%
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
1357
10
2
23
46
460.00
80%
3BHK(S)+SER.
1304
10
2
19
38
380.00
80%
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
1357
10
2
23
46
460.00
80%
3BHK(S)+SER.
1304
10
2
19
38
380.00
80%
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
1357
10
2
23
46
460.00
80%
3BHK(S)+SER.
1304
10
2
19
38
380.00
80%
4BHK(S)+SER.
1914
14
1
18
18
252.00
80%
3BHK(DLX.)+SER.
1482
10
2
22
44
440.00
80%
4BHK(S)+SER.
1914
14
1
18
18
252.00
80%
3BHK(DLX.)+SER.
1482
10
2
22
44
440.00
80%
4BHK(S)+SER.
1914
14
1
18
18
252.00
80%
3BHK(DLX.)+SER.
1482
10
2
22
44
440.00
80%
4BHK RGLR.+SER.
2185
14
2
21
42
588.00
80%
4BHK DLX.+SER.
2621
16
2
18
36
576.00
80%
4BHK DLX.+SER.
2621
16
2
15
30
480.00
80%

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Max.
Demand
(KW)
368.00
304.00
368.00
304.00
368.00
304.00
368.00
304.00
201.60
352.00
201.60
352.00
201.60
352.00
470.40
460.80
384.00

50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%

Max.
Demand
(KW)
230.00
190.00
230.00
190.00
230.00
190.00
230.00
190.00
126.00
220.00
126.00
220.00
126.00
220.00
294.00
288.00
240.00
48.00
192.00

Diversity
Factor

60
240

80%
80%

48.00
192.00

80%
80%

95.58

80%

76.46

80%

716.82

50%

358.41

50%

100.00

100%

100.00

100%

44.28
96.00
30.00
100.00
300.00

50%
50%
80%
80%
80%

22.14
48.00
24.00
80.00
240.00

50%
50%
80%
80%
80%

76.46
358.41
100.00
22.14
48.00
24.00
80.00
240.00

22)

External Lighting
TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD
Overall Diversity(O.D.)
Max. Demand in KW
Power Factor
Max. Demand in KVA
Loading Factor
Required capacity of DG Set
Hence Proposed DG Set

40.00

2 Nos. X 1250KVA + 1 Nos. 750 KVA + 2 Nos. X 1010KVA(Future Provision)

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32.00
6885.01KW
50%
3442.50KW
0.80
4303.13KVA
85%
5062.51KVA

80%

32.00
4761.01KW
50%
2380.50KW
0.80
2975.63KVA
85%
3500.74KVA

PHASE-2(AMBROSIA)ELECTRCAL LOAD CALCULATION FOR ACROPOLIS AT GURGAON HARYANA


S.No.

Tower Type

1)
2)
3)

TOWER A
TOWER B
TOWER C

4)

TOWER D

5)

TOWER E

6)

TOWER F

7)

TOWER G

8)

TOWER H

9)

TOWER J

10)

TOWER K

12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)

COMMON AREA
Tower common area
Lift Load
Basement Lighting(Area
477878 sqft.@0.2w/sqft.)
Basement
Ventilation(Area 477878
sqft.@1.5w/sqft.)
Basement Emergency
Exhaust Ventilation@3
Zone
Shops(Area 3690
sqft.@12w/sqft.)
Club(Area 8000
sqft.@12w/sqft.)

Unit Type
4BHK DLX.+SER.
4BHK DLX.+SER.
4BHK RGLR.+SER.
4BHK(S)+SER.
3BHK(DLX.)+SER.
4BHK(S)+SER.
3BHK(DLX.)+SER.
4BHK(S)+SER.
3BHK(DLX.)+SER.
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
3BHK(S)+SER.
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
3BHK(S)+SER.
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
3BHK(S)+SER.
3BHK (RGLR.)+SER.
3BHK(S)+SER.

Unit Area
(sq.ft.)

Load/
Unit

2621
2621
2185
1914
1482
1914
1482
1914
1482
1357
1304
1357
1304
1357
1304
1357
1304

16
16
14
14
10
14
10
14
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

No. of
Unit Per
Floors
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Total No.
of Units

Connected
Load (KW)

Diversity
Factor

Max.
Demand (KW)

Diversity
Factor

23
19
23
19
23
19
23
19
18
22
18
22
18
22
21
18
15

46
38
46
19
46
19
46
19
36
44
36
44
36
44
42
36
30

736.00
608.00
644.00
266.00
460.00
266.00
460.00
266.00
360.00
440.00
360.00
440.00
360.00
440.00
420.00
360.00
300.00

80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%

588.80
486.40
515.20
212.80
368.00
212.80
368.00
212.80
288.00
352.00
288.00
352.00
288.00
352.00
336.00
288.00
240.00

50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%

60.00
230.00

80%
80%

48.00
184.00

80%
80%

95.58

80%

76.46

80%

716.82

50%

358.41

50%

358.41

100.00

100%

100.00

100%

100.00

44.28

50%

22.14

50%

22.14

96.00

50%

48.00

50%

48.00

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Max.
Demand
(KW)
368.00
304.00
322.00
133.00
230.00
133.00
230.00
133.00
180.00
220.00
180.00
220.00
180.00
220.00
210.00
180.00
150.00

No. of
Floors

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48.00
184.00
76.46

19)

STP

30.00

80%

24.00

80%

24.00

20)

Plumbing

100.00

80%

80.00

80%

80.00

21)
22)

Fire Fighting

300.00

80%

240.00

80%

External Lighting
TOTAL CONNECTED
LOAD
Overall Diversity(O.D.)
Max. Demand in KW
Power Factor
Max. Demand in KVA
Loading Factor
Required capacity of DG
Set:Hence Proposed DG
Set:-

25.00

80%

20.00

80%

240.00
20.00

2 Nos. X 1250KVA + 1 Nos. 750 KVA + 2 Nos. X 1010KVA(Future Provision)

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6949.81KW

4794.01KW

50%
3474.90KW
0.80
4343.63KVA
85%

50%
2397.00KW
0.80
2996.26KVA
85%

5110.15KVA

3525.01KVA

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S.No.
1)
2)
3)
5)
6)
7)
8)

Tower Type
TOWER W
TOWER V
TOWER X
COMMON AREA
Tower common area
Lift Load
Basement Lighting(Area
151060 sqft.@0.2w/sqft.)
Basement Ventilation(Area
151060 sqft.@1.5w/sqft.)

13)

Basement Emergency
Exhaust Ventilation@2 Zone
Shops(Area 820
sqft.@12w/sqft.)
Club(Area 12000
sqft.@12w/sqft.)
STP
Plumbing

14)

Fire Fighting

9)
10)
11)
12)

Unit Type

Unit Area
(sq.ft.)

Load/Unit

No. of Unit
Per Floors

No. of
Floors

Total No.
of Units

Connected
Load (KW)

Diversity
Factor

Max.
Demand (KW)

Diversity
Factor

5BHK
5BHK
5BHK

4128
4128
4128

22
22
22

1
1
1

29
26
26

29
26
26

638.00
572.00
572.00

80%
80%
80%

510.40
457.60
457.60

50%
50%
50%

Max.
Demand
(KW)
319.00
286.00
286.00

15.00
40.00

80%
80%

12.00
32.00

80%
80%

12.00
32.00

30.21

80%

24.17

80%

226.59

50%

113.30

50%

60.00

24.17
113.30
60.00

9.84

50%

4.92

50%

4.92

144.00

50%

72.00

50%

72.00

20.00
30.00

80%
80%

16.00
24.00

80%
80%

16.00
24.00

250.00

80%

200.00

80%

200.00

TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD

1983.98KW

1449.38KW

Overall Diversity(O.D.)
Max. Demand in KW
Power Factor
Max. Demand in KVA
Loading Factor
Required capacity of DG
Set:Hence Proposed DG Set:-

50%
991.99KW
0.80
1239.99KVA
85%

50%
724.69KW
0.80
905.87KVA
85%

1458.81KVA

1065.72KVA

(1 Nos. X 625KVA + 1 Nos. X 500KVA + 1 Nos. 380 KVA (Future Provision) ) Radiator Cooled

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DG BACKUP EWS AND SCHOOL ELECTRCAL LOAD CALCULATION FOR ACROPOLIS AT GURGAON HARYANA
Connected Diversity
Load
Factor

S.No. Area Description


COMMON SERVICES
1)
EWS Common Area
2)
Nursery School 1&2
3)
Primary School
4)
STP
Plumbing
5)
TOTAL CONNECTED
LOAD
Overall Diversity(O.D.)
Max. Demand in KW
Power Factor
Max. Demand in KVA
Loading Factor
Required capacity of DG
Set:Hence Proposed DG Set:-

10
100
20.00
20.00
30.00

8.00
80.00
16.00
16.00
24.00
144.00KW
50%
72.00KW
0.80
90.00KVA
85%
105.88KVA

1 No. X 100KVA WITH ACOUSTIC ENCLOSURE RADIATOR COOLED(OUTDOOR)

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80%
80%
80%
80%
80%

Max. Demand

Page 108

LIST OF APPLICABLE INDIAN STANDARDS FOR ELECTRIFICATION WORK


S. No. STANDARDS
TITLE
(1)
IS:732 - 1989
Code of practice for electrical wiring installations.
(2)

IS:4648 - 1968

Guide for electrical layout in residential buildings.

(3)

IS:8061 - 1976

Code of practice for design, installation and maintenance of service lines


upto and including 650V

(4)

IS:8884 - 1978

Code of practice for installation of electric bells and call system.

(5)

IS:5578 - 1985

Guide for marking of insulated conductor.

(6)

IS:11353- 1985

Guide for uniform system of marking and identifications of Conductors and


apparatus terminals.

(7)

IS:5728 - 1970

Guide for short-circuit calculations.

(8)

IS:7752(Part-1)-1975

Guide for improvement of power factor in consumer installation : Low and


medium supply voltages.

(9)

IS:3646(Part-1)-1966

Code of practice for interior illumination:


Principles for good lighting and aspects of design.

(10)

IS:3646(Part-2)-1966

Code of practice for interior illumination: Schedule of


illumination and glare index.

(11)

IS:2672 - 1966

Code of practice for library lighting.

(12)

IS:10118(Part-1)-1982

Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of switchgear


and control gear : General.

(13)

IS:10118(Part-2)-1982

Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of switchgear


and control gear.

(14)

IS:10118(Part-3)-1982

Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of switchgear


and control gear: Installation.

(15)

IS:10118(Part-4)-1982

Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of switchgear


and control gear: Maintenance.

(16)

IS:2309 - 1989

Code of practice for the protection and allied structures against lightning.

(17)
(18)
(19)

IS:3043 - 1987
IS:5216(Part-1)-1982
IS:4237 - 1983

Code of practice for earthing.


Guide for safety procedures and practices in electrical work: General.
General requirements for switchgear and control gear for voltages not
exceeding 1000 V AC or 1200 V DC.

(20)

IS:6875(Part-1)-1973

Control switches (switching devices for control and auxiliary circuits


including contractor relays) for voltages upto and including 1000 V AC
and 1200 DC : General requirements and tests.

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(21)

IS:4064(Part-1)-1978

Air break switches, air break dis-connectors, air-breakSwitch disconnectors


and fuse-combination units for voltages not exceeding 1000 V AC or 1200
DC : General requirements.

(22)

IS:8828 - 1978

Miniature air break circuit breakers for voltages not exceeding 1000 volt.

(23)

IS:13032 - 1991

Miniature circuit breaker boards for voltages upto and including 1000 volts
AC.

(24)

IS:12640 - 1988

Residual current operated circuit breakers.

(25)

IS:2959 - 1985

Contactors for voltages not exceeding 1000 V AC or 1200 V DC.

(26)

IS:8623(Part-1)-1977

Factory built assemblies of switchgear and control gear for voltages upto
and including 1000 V AC and 1200 V DC : General requirements.

(27)

IS:8623(Part-2)-1980

Factory assemblies of switchgear and control gear for voltages upto and
including 1000 V AC and 1200 V DC : Particular requirements for busbar
trunking system (busways).

(28)

IS:694 - 1990

PVC Insulated cables for working voltages upto and including 1100 V.

(29)

IS:1554(Part-1)-1988

PVC insulated (heavy duty) electric cables : For working voltages upto and
including 1100 V.

(30)

IS:3961 (Part-5)-1968

Recommended current ratings for cables: PVC insulated


light duty cables.

(31)

IS:9537(Part-1)-1980

Conduits for electrical installations : General requirements.

(32)

IS:9537(Part-2)-1981

Conduits for electrical installations Rigid steel conduits

(33)

IS:3480 - 1966

Flexible steel conduits for electrical wiring.

(34)

IS:2667 - 1988

Fittings for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring.

(35)

IS:3837 - 1976

Accessories for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring.

(36)

IS:5133(Part-1)-1969

Boxes for enclosure of electrical accessories :Steel and cast iron boxes.

(37)

IS:371 - 1979

Ceiling roses.

(38)

IS:3854 - 1988

Switches for domestic and similar purposes.

(39)

IS:4615 - 1968

Switch socket outlets (non-interlocking type).

(40)

IS:4160 - 1967

Interlocking switch socket outlet.

(41)

IS:1293 - 1988

Plugs and socket outlets of rated voltage upto and including 250 volts and
rated current upto and including 16 amperes.

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HVAC SYSTEM
DESIGN REPORT

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12

VENTILATION SYSTEM
BRIEF DESCRIPTION ABOUT THE PROJECT:
o

A residential project located in Gurgaon.

The project is divided in three phases.


Phase-1 : Athenia (Tower U, T, S, P, Q, R, L, M, N & O)
Phase-2 : Ambrosia (Tower A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J & K)
Phase-3 : Olympia (Tower W, V & X)

In has a single Basement which will be zoned in three phase as given above.

Besides this, it has services areas like D.G. Rooms, WTP, LT Panel Rooms, STP and HT Rooms etc.
Each zone shall have independent services.

REFERENCE STANDARDS- (Refer main file)


o

National Building Code of India 2005

Relevant Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Codes

ASHRAE (American Society of Heating Refrigeration & Air conditioning) Handbooks


Refrigeration 2006
Fundamentals 2005
Systems & Equipment 2004
Application 2003

Duct construction standards as per relevant BIS codes & SMACNA standards.

Air filters as per ASHRAE Standard 52.1 1992

Indoor Air Quality as per ASHRAE Standard 62.1 2004


Motors, cabling, wiring and accessories as per BIS codes / IE Rules / IS codes

Recommended practices of Equipment suppliers

National Fire Codes 2000

National Electric Codes (NEC)

ASHRAE Standard 90.1 - 2004

Basement Ventilation Calculation


The detailed ventilation calculation shall be finalized after the zoning to finalized. The calculation of
ventilations as done phase wise is as follows:

BASIS OF DESIGN (VENTILATION SYSTEM):


o Car Park Exhaust (Emergency) : The total exhaust in case of fire or distress call should permit 30 Air
Changes Per Hour as per NBC (Part-4 Fire and Life Safety Subhead- C-1.6.4.2 , Page No-67)

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o Car Park Exhaust (Normal) : The normal exhaust in basement should permit 12 Air Changes Per
Hour as per NBC (Part-8 Section 3- Air Conditioning and Mechanical Ventilation Subhead- 6.5.1 ,
Table 5, Page No-32) (Table calls for 6-8 Air Changes in garages with 50% additional capacity in case of a basement
application)

o Car Park Fresh Air (Normal +Emergency): For a single basement, the fresh air shall be directly
brought in through Ramps coming from Ground Floor and through suitably sized and selected cutouts.
Preferably, Wherever possible, fresh air shall be supplied at floor level.
o Zoning in Basement: Zoning shall be done in basement. Each Zone shall have an area 1500~1700 m2.
Each Zone shall have an independent ventilation system.
o D.G.Room Ventilation: The DG Room shall be ventilated by using air washers for fresh air and Axial
fans for exhaust. The design shall be based on 28 CFM/ KVA of the DG capacity for exhaust & 30
CFM/ KVA of the DG capacity for air washer.
o STP Ventilation: The STP area shall be mechanically ventilated at 20 air changes per hour. The
exhaust shall be done through axial fans and fresh air (50%) shall be supplied through axial fans and
balance air shall be sucked through basement directly.
o Pump Room Ventilation: The WTP Pump room shall be mechanically ventilated at 15 air changes
per hour. The exhaust shall be done through axial fans and fresh air shall be brought directly from
basement.
o Liftwell Pressurization: All Liftwells shall be pressurized (preferably at terrace level). The
pressurization shall be done to achieve a 50 Pascal Pressure Differential in the lift shaft as per NBC
(Part-4 Fire and Life Safety Subhead- C-1.5, Page No-65). This ensures that in case of fire in the
building, the persons in the lift are able to get down to ground floor level without being affected by the
smoke from the fire at any floor. The detailed calculation is done below to calculate the exact CFM
required for pressurization.
o Staircase Pressurization: All enclosed staircases shall be pressurized. The pressurization shall be
done to achieve a 50 Pascal Pressure Differential in the staircase as per NBC (Part-4 Fire and Life
Safety Subhead- C-1.5 , Page No-65).However ,all staircases on the external periphery shall have
provision for openable windows/louvers on external face. Any staircase going to basement/s from
ground floor level (in Non Tower Area) need not be pressurized if it is open to atmosphere. However, for
closed staircases, staircase pressurization shall be done at all basement levels as per the calculations
as mentioned below.
o Liftlobby Pressurization: All Lift Lobbies in the basement shall be enclosed type and shall be
pressurized considering an air out velocity of 150 FPM assuming One door Open.

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BASEMENT VENTILATION CALCULATION

Phase-1 : Athenia
S. No. Description

Value

Unit

Remarks

Area

41300

m2

Height

:
:

444388
14

ft2
ft

3
4
5
6
7
8

Volume
Normal Exhaust-NE-12ACPH
Smoke Exhaust-SE-30ACPH
Additional SE -18ACPH
Fan Selected- Normal Exhaust
Fan Selected- Smoke Exhaust

:
6221432
ft3
:
1244286
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
:
3110716
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
:
1866430
CFM = SE-NE
: Vane Axial Fans -56 x (20000-24000) CFM EACH
: Tube Axial Fans -84 x (20000-24000) CFM EACH

Phase-2 : Ambrosia
S. No. Description

Value

Unit

Remarks

Area

44000

m2

Height

:
:

473440
14

ft2
ft

3
4
5
6
7
8

Volume
Normal Exhaust-NE-12ACPH
Smoke Exhaust-SE-30ACPH
Additional SE -18ACPH
Fan Selected- Normal Exhaust
Fan Selected- Smoke Exhaust

:
6628160
ft3
:
1325632
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
:
3314080
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
:
1988448
CFM = SE-NE
: Vane Axial Fans -60x (20000-24000) CFM EACH
: Tube Axial Fans -90 x (20000-24000) CFM EACH

Phase-3 : Olympia
S. No. Description

Value

Unit

Remarks

Area

14100

m2

Height

:
:

151716
14

ft2
ft

3
4
5
6
7
8

Volume
Normal Exhaust-NE-12ACPH
Smoke Exhaust-SE-30ACPH
Additional SE -18ACPH
Fan Selected- Normal Exhaust
Fan Selected- Smoke Exhaust

:
2124024
ft3
:
424805
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
:
1062012
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
:
637207
CFM = SE-NE
: Vane Axial Fans -20x (20000-23000) CFM EACH
: Tube Axial Fans -30 x (20000-23000) CFM EACH

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PUMP ROOM VENTILATION CALCULATION

Phase-1 Athenia
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5

Description
Area
Height
Volume
Normal Exhaust-NE-15 ACPH
Fan Selected- Normal Exhaust

:
:
:
:
:

Value
Unit
Remarks
2
2500
ft
14
ft
35000
ft3
8750
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
Axial Fan- 2 x 4500 CFM

Phase-2 Ambrosia
1
Area
2
Height
3
Volume
4
Normal Exhaust-NE-15 ACPH
5
Fan Selected- Normal Exhaust

:
:
:
:
:

2500
ft2
14
ft
35000
ft3
8750
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
Axial Fan- 2 x 4500 CFM

Phase-3 Olympia
1
Area
2
Height
3
Volume
4
Normal Exhaust-NE-15 ACPH
5
Fan Selected- Normal Exhaust

:
:
:
:
:

2500
ft2
14
ft
35000
ft3
8750
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
Axial Fan- 2 x 4500 CFM

STP VENTILATION CALCULATION

Phase-1 Athenia
S. No. Description
1
Area
2
Height
3
Volume
4
Normal Exhaust-NE-20ACPH
5
Fan Selected- Normal Exhaust/ Fresh Air
Phase-2 Ambrosia
1
Area
2
Height
3
Volume
4
Normal Exhaust-NE-20ACPH
5
Fan Selected- Normal Exhaust/ Fresh Air
Phase-3 Olympia
1
Area
2
Height
3
Volume
4
Normal Exhaust-NE-20ACPH
5
Fan Selected- Normal Exhaust/ Fresh Air

:
:
:
:
:

Value
Unit
Remarks
1500
ft2
18
ft
21600
ft3
9000
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
Axial Fan- 3 x 5000 CFM.

:
:
:
:
:

1500
ft2
18
ft
21600
ft3
9000
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
Axial Fan- 3 x 5000 CFM.

:
:
:
:
:

1100
ft2
18
ft
19800
ft3
6600
CFM = A x H x ACPH/60
Axial Fan- 3 x 3500 CFM.

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DG ROOM VENTILATION CALCULATION

Phase-1 Athenia
S.
No.

DG SETS

2 DG SETS
Phase-2 Ambrosia
1 DG SETS
2 DG SETS
Phase-3 Olympia
1 DG SETS
2 DG SETS

DG-KVA

CFM/KVA
Exhaust

EXHAUST FANS
(AXIAL)

CFM/KVA
Fresh Air

FRESH AIR
(AIRWASHER)

1250 KVA x 4 Nos.

28

35000 CFM x 4 Nos.

30

37500 CFM x 4 Nos.

500 KVA x 2 Nos.

28

14000 CFM x 2 Nos.

30

15000 CFM x 2 Nos.

1250 KVA x 4 Nos.


500 KVA x 2 Nos.

28
28

35000 CFM x 4 Nos.


14000 CFM x 2 Nos.

30
30

37500 CFM x 4 Nos.


15000 CFM x 2 Nos.

625 KVA x 1 Nos.


500 KVA x 2 Nos.

28
28

17500 CFM x 1 Nos.


14000 CFM x 2 Nos.

30
30

18750 CFM x 1 Nos.


15000 CFM x 2 Nos.

DESCRIPTION

SYSTEM DESIGN :

CAR PARK VENTILATION (EMERGENCY / NORMAL)

The entire car park shall be ventilated zone wise.

Each Zone shall have its independent fresh air and exhaust system.

There shall be 12 ACPH exhaust (Normal) and additional 18 ACPH exhaust (Emergency).

In the single basement, the fresh air shall be brought directly through designated shafts within the zone/
adjacent ramp wherever available.

The entire car park ventilation shall be carried out by using Axial Fans for Normal Exhaust and Axial
Fans for Smoke Exhaust of each zone.

The exhaust system for each zone shall be partially ducted ( 12 ACPH for Normal exhaust)

The exhaust fans are split in the following configuration :


2 Nos x 6 ACPH Capacity Totaling 12 ACPH (Ducted)
3 Nos x 6 ACPH Capacity Each totaling 18 ACPH (Non Ducted)

In case of Distress call/ Emergency, the additional 03 Nos. Fans (6 ACPH capacities each) shall actuate
after receiving a signal from fire panel/CO Sensors thereby extracting air @ 30 ACPH from the affected
zone. Even if the CO Level rises in any zone, the co sensors shall actuate few fans to bring down the
CO Levels within prescribed limit.

It is proposed to provide CO Sensors with all controlling devices in the basement. The CO Sensors shall
be designed to read the PPM Level and correspondingly actuate the fans. This shall be done in the
following manner.
0-30 PPM level CO Concentration
30-60 PPM Level CO Concentration
60-100 PPM level CO Concentration
>100 PPM level CO Concentration

:
:
:
:

All fans are off


Normal Exhaust ON at 12 ACPH
Exhaust fans on at 18 ACPH
All Fans are ON

One No. CO Sensors shall be installed for every 500 Sqm Area (Approx), so there shall be three

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Numbers CO Sensors in every zone. All the CO Sensors shall be interlinked to the fans of respective zones
through supervisory DDC Controllers. Based on the CO Level inside the zone, It shall be decided
automatically, how many number of fans need to be actuated to achieve the minimum acceptable CO Level.

SYSTEM DESIGN :
o

The STP is the most crucial area as far as smell is concerned.

It is proposed to provide exhaust in STP at 20 ACPH by using axial fans. There shall be 02 Nos Axial
Fans of equal capacity for exhaust. In case of failure of one fan due to any reason, One fan (50%) shall
always be available. The exhaust shall be taken to the terrace level of the highest tower and
discharged in the atmosphere.

To compensate the exhaust air quantity, it is proposed to provide 50% fresh air mechanically through
axial fan and the balance 50% air should come from the basement. This shall ensure sufficient negative
pressure inside the STP Area.

SYSTEM DESIGN :

It is proposed to provide exhaust in pump room at 15 ACPH by using axial fans.There shall be 01 Nos
Axial Fan of suitable capacity for exhaust. The exhaust shall be discharged through a nearby available
exhaust shaft upto ground level.

To compensate the exhaust air quantity, it is proposed to provide fresh air through the basement.

SYSTEM DESIGN :

LIFT LOBBY PRESSURIZATION (BASEMENT)

All the enclosed lift lobbies in the basement shall be pressurized to maintain a 25 Pa pressure
differential from the basement area.

SYSTEM DESIGN :
o

PUMP ROOM VENTILATION

STP VENTILATION

LIFTWELL PRESSURIZATION

All the Liftwells shall be pressurization to create a pressure differential of 50 Pa from adjacent area.

SYSTEM DESIGN : STAIRCASE PRESSURIZATION


o

The staircase in the basement are to be pressurization to create a pressure differential of 50 Pa from
adjacent area. The staircase in the towers shall have open louvers in them for smoke vent.

LIFTWELL PRESSURIZATION CALCULATION


o

The Lift Pressurization calculation is given below:


Lift door size as per drawing
Gap between door & frame
Leakage Area of each elevator door (A)

=
=
=
=
=
=

Air quantity through leakage, Q


Pressure difference maintained

=
=

0.9m x 2.1m
7mm at all around & between the door
2 x (0.9+2.1) x 0.007+2.1x0.007
0.042 + 0.0147
0.0567 m2
0.61 ft
____
2610 A p
p = 5 mm = (525.4) inch.
___________

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Air quantity per lift door


o Lift door size as per drawing
Considering One Door Open
Area of lift door (A)

2610 X 0.61 (525.4) inch.

706 CFM

0.9 m x 2.1m

0.9 x 2.1
=
1.89 m2
=
20.3 ft
Required Velocity 200 FPM to maintain 50 Pa positive Pressure
Air quantity through open Door, Q
=
200 x 20.3
=
4060 CFM

Total CFM for Tower D, 4 BED+SQ(S) = [{706 x20} + 4060] =


Fan Selected

18180 CFM
1 No. x 19000 CFM

LIFTLOBBY PRESSURIZATION CALCULATION


o

The Lift lobby Pressurization calculation is given below:


Lift lobby door size as per drawing

1.2 m x 2.1m

1.2 x 2.1

2.52 m2

Considering One Door Open


Area of each Lift Lobby door (A)

=
27 ft
Required Velocity 150 FPM to maintain 25 PA positive Pressure
Air quantity through open Door, Q

Air quantity per lift lobby

150 x 27

4050 CFM

4050 x2 = 8100 CFM

Say 8,000 CFM

STAIRCASE PRESSURIZATION FOR BASEMENT TO GROUND FLOOR.


Air quantity through open staircase doors

One door open at fire floor


And one at ground floor level

1.2 m x 2.1 m

27.11 ft

Air velocity across staircase door

200 fpm

Air quantity from one open door

27.11 x 200

Area of door

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Air quantity from two open doors

Fan Selected for Pressurization

5423 CFM

5423 x 2

10846 CFM

11000 CFM

LIFTWELL PRESSURIZATION DETAILS FOR TOWER A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,T,U,V,W,X

S. No

Tower

No. of
Landings

Total
CFM/Lift

No. of
Lifts

Axial Fans Selected


@1440 RPM

TOWER - A (S+15)

17

16000

3 Nos x 16000 CFM

TOWER B (S+18)

20

18000

3 Nos x 18000 CFM

TOWER C (S+21)

23

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

TOWER D (G+17) (G+21)

23

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

TOWER E (G+17) (G+21)

23

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

TOWER F (G+17) (G+21)

23

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

TOWER G (G+18) (G+22)

24

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

TOWER H (G+18) (G+22)

24

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

TOWER J (G+18) (G+22)

24

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

10

TOWER K (G+18) (G+22)

24

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

11

TOWER L (G+18) (G+22)

24

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

12

TOWER M (G+18) (G+22)

24

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

13

TOWER N (G+18) (G+22)

24

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

14

TOWER O (G+18) (G+22)

24

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

15

TOWER P (G+17) (G+21)

23

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

16

TOWER Q (G+17) (G+21)

23

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

17

TOWER R (G+17) (G+21)

23

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

18

TOWER S (S+21)

23

20000

3 Nos x 20000 CFM

19

TOWER T (S+18)

20

18000

3 Nos x 18000 CFM

20

TOWER U (S+15)

17

16000

3 Nos x 16000 CFM

21

TOWER V (S+27)

29

24000

3 Nos x 24000 CFM

22

TOWER W (S+30)

32

26000

3 Nos x 26000 CFM

23

TOWER X (S+27)

29

26000

3 Nos x 26000 CFM

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LIFT LOBBY PRESSURIZATION DETAILS FOR TOWER A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,T,U,V,W,X

S.NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

DESCRIPTION
TOWER- A
TOWER- B
TOWER- C
TOWER-D
TOWER- E
TOWER- F
TOWER- G
TOWER- H
TOWER- J
TOWER- K
TOWER- L
TOWER- M
TOWER- N
TOWER- O
TOWER- P
TOWER- Q
TOWER- R
TOWER- S
TOWER- T
TOWER- U
TOWER- V
TOWER- W
TOWER- X

LEVEL

FAN CFM

BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
BASEMENT

8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000

Axial Fan Selected at 1440


RPM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM
1 Nos x 8000 CFM

STAIRCASE PRESSURIZATION DETAILS FOR TOWER A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,T,U,V,W,X

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

TOWER- A
TOWER- B
TOWER- C
TOWER-D
TOWER- E
TOWER- F
TOWER- G
TOWER- H
TOWER- J
TOWER- K
TOWER- L
TOWER- M
TOWER- N
TOWER- O
TOWER- P
TOWER- Q
TOWER- R
TOWER- S

BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND

11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM

Axial Fan Selected at 1440


RPM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM

19

TOWER- T

BASEMENT/ GROUND

11000 CFM

1 Nos x 11000 CFM

20

TOWER- U

BASEMENT/ GROUND

11000 CFM

1 Nos x 11000 CFM

S.NO.

DESCRIPTION

LEVEL

FAN CFM

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21
22
23

TOWER- V
TOWER- W
TOWER- X

BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND
BASEMENT/ GROUND

11000 CFM
11000 CFM
11000 CFM

1 Nos x 11000 CFM


1 Nos x 11000 CFM
1 Nos x 11000 CFM

ESTIMATED POWER REQUIREMENT: (PHASE 1 ATHENA)

Basement (NE)

NO OF
FANS
56

Basement (SE)

84

Pump Room

4.5

STP Ventilation

7.0

D.G. Exhaust

55.0

DG Fresh Air

61.0

Lift Well Pressurization

30

279.0

Lift Lobby Pressurization

10

37.5

Staircase Pressurization

10

37.5

S.NO

DESCRIPTION

TOTAL KW (Emergency)
780.0

531.5

GRAND TOTAL

1134 + 116

ESTIMATED POWER REQUIREMENT: (PHASE 2 AMBROSIA)

Basement (NE)

NO OF
FANS
60

Basement (SE)

90

Pump Room

4.5

STP Ventilation

7.0

D.G. Exhaust

55.0

DG Fresh Air

61.0

Lift Well Pressurization

30

279.0

Lift Lobby Pressurization

10

37.5

Staircase Pressurization

10

37.5

S.NO

DESCRIPTION

GRAND TOTAL

TOTAL KW
(RUNNING)
520

TOTAL KW
RUNNING)
558

TOTAL KW (Emergency)

837

569.5

1191 + 116

ESTIMATED POWER REQUIREMENT: (PHASE 3 OLYMPIA)

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Basement (NE)

NO OF
FANS
20

Basement (SE)

30

Pump Room

4.5

STP Ventilation

5.0

D.G. Exhaust

13.0

DG Fresh Air

20.0

Lift Well Pressurization

99.0

Lift Lobby Pressurization

11.0

Staircase Pressurization

11.0

S.NO

DESCRIPTION

TOTAL KW
(RUNNING)
186

279

195.5

GRAND TOTAL

TOTAL KW (Emergency)

400 + 33

Miscellaneous Details as Required


Design parameters to be followed for the Ventilation Scheme
1.

Max Duct Design Velocity

Exhaust Duct

1600 FPM

2.

Max Duct Design Velocity

Fresh Air Duct

1600 FPM

3.

Max Duct Design Velocity

Exhaust (Emergency)

2500 FPM

4.

Max Duct Design Velocity

Fresh Air (Emergency) -

2500 FPM

5.

Max Axial Fan Outlet Velocity

(Smoke Fans)

3500 FPM

6.

Max. Velocity at Louvers

(Emergency)

1000 FPM

7.

Max Velocity in Shaft

(Emergency)

1800 FPM

8.

Max. Velocity at Louvers

(Normal Operation)

500 FPM

9.

Max. Velocity in Shaft

(Normal Operation)

1000 FPM

14

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SYSTEM DESIGN AIR CONDITIONING


o The project is divided in three phase.
Phase-1 : Athenia (Tower U, T, S, P, Q, R, L, M, N & O)
Phase-2 : Ambrosia (Tower A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J & K)
Phase-3 : Olympia (Tower V, W & X)
o The Towers of Ambrosia (Tower A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J & K) and Athenia (Tower U, T, S, P, Q, R, L, M, N
& O) shall have VRF system with one ODU and multiple Hi-wall IDU.
The Towers of Olympia (Tower V, W & X) shall VRF system with one ODU and multiple ceiling concealed/
Ductable IDUs.
o VRF system is known for its energy efficiency for variable pattern air conditioning usage. This system,
though costly as compared to Normal DX System, it is quiet economical in running cost as compared to DX
System.
o The outdoor units shall be placed suitably in balconies/ designated space within the apartment area.
o The air through the Ductable splits shall be distributed through GI Ducts and discharge through powder
coated aluminum grilles.
o The estimated requirement along with proposed configuration is given below.

BASIS OF DESIGN
SITE

Gurgaon

AMBIENT CONDITIONS

SUMMER
Dry Bulb Temperature
Wet Bulb Temperature

43.3 C (110 F)
23.9 C (75 F)

MONSOON
Dry Bulb Temperature
Wet Bulb Temperature

35.0 C (95 F)
28.3 C (83 F)

WINTER
Dry Bulb Temperature
Wet Bulb Temperature

7.2 C (45 F)
5.0C (41 F)

INSIDE DESIGN CONDITIONS


ALL YEAR AROUND
Dry Bulb Temperature
Relative Humidity

23 1 C
Not exceeding to 60%

REFERENCE STANDARDS

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o National Building Code of India 2005


o

Relevant Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Codes

ASHRAE (American Society of Heating Refrigeration & Air conditioning) Handbooks


Refrigeration 2006
Fundamentals 2005
Systems & Equipment 2004
Application 2003

Duct construction standards as per relevant BIS codes & SMACNA standards.

Air filters as per ASHRAE Standard 52.1 - 1992

Indoor Air Quality as per ASHRAE Standard 62.1 - 2004

Motors, cabling, wiring and accessories as per BIS codes/IE Rules/IS codes

Recommended practices of Equipment suppliers

National Fire Codes 2000

National Electric Codes (NEC)

TERI GRIHA (Green Certification)

ASHRAE Standard 90.1 - 2004


SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

Air Conditioning System


o

Based on various air conditioning systems capital & operating costs, it was confirmed by Owner for use of
air cooled VRF system for the Apartments.

The proposed air conditioning system for phase-1 (Ambrosia) & phase-2 (Athenia) shall consist of
independent air cooled outdoor unit for each apartment comprising of single/multiple scroll compressors.

The proposed air conditioning system for phase-5 (Olympia) shall consist of independent air cooled outdoor
unit for each apartment comprising of single/multiple scroll compressors.

All air conditioned space in the apartment shall be provided with required capacity indoor unit (Hi-wall type)
as confirmed by Owner & Architect. There is no false ceiling being proposed in the apartment except phase3 (Olympia) apartment.

These indoor units shall be connected to outdoor units through a single copper refrigerant pipe system.

Two compressor in each outdoor unit shall be connected to a variable frequency drive whereby the
refrigerant flow through copper pipe shall be varied based on the cooling load being encountered.

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The outdoor unit shall have built-in energy efficiency features like capacity control, oil return operation
control, intelligent defrost control and compressor control.

The indoor units shall be similar in operation and appearance as conventional split units and shall provide
independent on-off control and temperature settings. However, in terms of energy efficiency, the system
shall be capable of operation down to 5% of total installed capacity with proportionate power consumption.

o Based on air conditioning load of each type of Apartment (Refer Annexure I attached) we shall provide 1 No.
outdoor unit with multiple compressor for each of the Apartment.
o The Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) system shall provide additional benefits in terms of low sound level
due to remote compressor location. Temperature setting of each indoor unit shall be controllable through
individual microprocessor based controller.
o All the toilets and kitchens in the apartments shall have propeller fans -300 mm dia. For ventilation as part of
end users scope.
ENERGY CONSERVATION FEATURES

HVAC & ventilation system design shall be well equipped with energy conservation features to reduce
energy consumption and operating costs where economically feasible, generally as follows:
o
o
o
o

High COP Heat Pumps with inverter drive compressors.


Variable Refrigeration Volume system.
Selection of highly efficient fans for ventilation system.
Variable speed drive on all large ventilation fans. (Optional as required by Client)
BRIEF OUTLINESPECIFICATION FOR MAJOR EQUIPMENT

VRF/VRV System
The heat pumps shall be inverter based Variable Refrigerant Flow System with scroll compressor.

Type
Units shall be air cooled, variable refrigerant volume air conditioner of R410a gas based consisting of one
outdoor unit and multiple indoor units. Each indoor units having capability to cool or heat independently as
per the requirement of the space.
It is proposed to have one outdoor unit for each apartment with multiple wall mounted window units. The
indoor units on any circuit shall be of different type and also controlled individually. Wall mounted type (in
cabins for individual temperature control) shall be connected to the system.
Both indoor units and outdoor unit shall be factory assembled, tested and filled with first charge of refrigerant
before delivering at site.

General
Indoor units shall be mostly wall mounted type. These units shall have electronic control valve to control
refrigerant flow rate respond to lead variations of the room.
The address of the indoor unit shall be set automatically in case of individual and group control.
In case of centralized control, it shall be set by liquid crystal remote controller.

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The fan shall be dual suction, aerodynamically designed turbo, multi blade type, statically and dynamically
balanced to ensure low noise and vibration free operation of the system. The fan shall be direct driven type,
mounted directly on motor shaft having supported from housing.
The cooling coil shall be made out of seamless copper tubes and have continuous aluminium fins. The fins
shall be spaced by collars forming an integral part. The tubes shall be staggered in the direction of airflow.
The tubes shall be hydraulically/mechanically expanded for minimum thermal contract resistance with fins.
Each coils shall be factory tested at 21 kg/sqm air pressure under water.
Unit shall have cleanable type filter fixed to an integrally moulded plastic frame. The filter shall be slide away
type and neatly inserted.
Each indoor unit shall have computerized PID control for maintaining design room temperature. Each unit
shall be provided with microprocessor thermostat for cooling and heating.
Each unit shall be with wired LCD type remote controller. The remote controller shall memorize the latest
malfunction code for easy maintenance. The controller shall have self-diagnostic features for easy and quick
maintenance and service. The controller shall be able to change fan speed and angle of swing flat
individually as per requirement.
o Centralized Type Remote (Touch Screen Type) Controller (OPTIONAL)
A multifunctional compact centralized controller shall be provided with the system.
The Graphic Controller must act as an advanced air conditioning management system to give complete
control of VRV air conditioning Equipment, it should have ease of use for the user through its touch screen,
icon display and color LCD display.
It shall be able to control up to 64 groups of indoor units with the following functions:
Starting/stopping of air conditioners as a zone or group or individual unit.
Temperature settling for each indoor unit or zone.
Switching between temperature control modes, switching of fan speed and direction of airflow,
enabling/disabling of individual remote controller operation.
Monitoring of operation status such as operation mode and temperature setting of individual indoor units,
maintenance information, trouble shooting information.
Display of air conditioner operation history.
Daily management automation through yearly schedule function with possibility of various schedules.
The controller shall have wide screen user friendly color LCD display and can be wired by a non polar 2 wire
transmission cable to a distance of 1 km away from indoor unit.
o Unified On/Off Controller (OPTIONAL)
The controller shall be able to control minimum 15 groups (each group containing maximum 16 indoor units)
or 128 nos. of indoor units with the following functions:
On/Off as a zone or individual unit.
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Indication of operation condition of each group.


Select one of 4 operation modes.
Schedule Timer.
A schedule timer shall be supplied as an optional accessory.
The timer shall be able to set operation schedule for all indoor units.
The timer shall be able to set 8 pattern of schedule combined with centralized controller.
o

Refrigerant Piping
All refrigerant piping for the air conditioning system shall be constructed from soft seamless upto 19.1 mm
and hard drawn copper refrigerant pipes for above 19.1mm with copper fittings and silver-soldered joints.
The refrigerant piping arrangements shall be in accordance with good practice within the air conditioning
industry, and are to include charging connections, suction line insulation and all other items normally forming
part of proper refrigerant circuits.

ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS- AIR CONDITIONING (TOWER D,E,F,P,Q ,R - 3 BHK APARTMENT)


S.
No
1
2
3
4

Description
Bedroom -1
Bedroom -2
Bedroom -3
Drawing/Dining
TOTAL

Height
in ft

Area
in ft2

11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3

195
176
156
410
937

Selected ODU based on 0.7 Diversity


Consider derating @ 10% ODU Capacity
Proposed Capacity

Occupancy

AC Load
in TR

Dehumidified
CFM

AC Unit
Configuration

1.47
1.46
0.73
3.25
6.92

722
721
311
1090

2 TR (Hi Wall)
2 TR (Hi Wall)
1.5 TR (Hi Wall)
1.5 TR x 2 (Hi Wall)
8.5 TR

2
2
2
15

= 5.95 TR

= 7.44 HP
= 8.18 HP
= 8 HP

ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS- AIR CONDITIONING(TOWER G,H,J,K,L,M,N,O - 3 BHK APT SIDE-A)


S.
No
1
2
3
4

Description
Bedroom -1
Bedroom -2
Bedroom -3
Drawing/Dining
TOTAL

Height
in ft

Area in
ft2

11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3

165
135
156
400
856

Selected ODU based on 0.7 Diversity


Consider derating @ 10% ODU Capacity
Proposed Capacity

Occupancy

AC Load
in TR

Dehumidified
CFM

AC Unit
Configuration

1.13
0.92
0.97
2.79
6.63

536
415
448
882

1.5 TR (Hi Wall)


1.5 TR (Hi Wall)
1.5 TR (Hi Wall)
1.5 TR x 2 (Hi Wall)
7.5 TR

2
2
2
15

= 5.25 TR

= 6.56 HP
= 7.2 HP
= 8 HP

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ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS- AIR CONDITIONING(TOWER G,H,J,K,L,M,N,O - 3 BHK APT SIDE-B)

S.
No
1
2
3
4

Description
Bedroom -1
Bedroom -2
Bedroom -3
Drawing/Dining
TOTAL

Height
in ft

Area in
ft2

11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3

175
130
135
395
856

Selected ODU based on 0.7 Diversity


Consider derating @ 10% ODU Capacity
Proposed Capacity

Occupancy
2
2
2
15

= 6.65 TR

AC Load
in TR

Dehumidified
CFM

AC Unit
Configuration

0.88
1.27
0.72
3.49
6.63

396
616
320
1285

2 TR (Hi Wall)
2 TR (Hi Wall)
1.5 TR (Hi Wall)
2 TR x 2 (Hi Wall)
9.5 TR

= 8.31 HP
= 9.14 HP
= 10 HP

ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS- AIR CONDITIONING(TOWER A,B,U,T - 4 BHK (DLX) APARTMENT)

S.
No
1
2
3
4
5

Description
Bedroom -1
Bedroom -2
Bedroom -3
Bedroom -4
Drawing/Dining
TOTAL

Height
in ft
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3

Area
in ft2
240
180
182
160
850
1612

Selected ODU based on 0.7 Diversity


Consider derating @ 10% ODU Capacity
Proposed Capacity

Occupancy
2
2
2
2
10

AC Load
in TR
1.46
1.40
0.87
1.00
4.38
9.11

= 9.1 TR

Dehumidified
CFM
702
685
388
465
2148

AC Unit
Configuration
2 TR (Hi Wall)
2 TR (Hi Wall)
1.5 TR (Hi Wall)
1.5 TR (Hi Wall)
3 x 2 TR (Hi Wall)
13 TR

= 11.37 HP
= 12.5 HP
= 14 HP

ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS- AIR CONDITIONING (TOWER C,S - 4 BHK DLX)

S.
No

Description

Height
in ft

Area in
ft2

Occupancy

AC Load
in TR

Dehumidified
CFM

1
2
3
4

Bedroom -1
Bedroom -2
Bedroom -3
Bedroom -4

11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3

240
180
182
160

2
2
2
2

1.47
1.33
0.80
0.94

703
646
350
426

Drawing/Dining

11.3

630

10

4.03

1524

TOTAL

1392

Selected ODU based on 0.7 Diversity


Consider derating @ 10% ODU Capacity
Proposed Capacity

8.12
= 8.05 TR

AC Unit
Configuration
2 TR (Hi Wall)
2 TR (Hi Wall)
1.5 TR (Hi Wall)
1.5 TR (Hi Wall)
3 x 1.5 TR (Hi
Wall)
11.5 TR

= 10.06 HP
= 11.06 HP
= 12 HP

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ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS- AIR CONDITIONING (TOWER V,W,X - 5 BHK)

S.
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Heigh
t in ft

Description
Bedroom -1
Bedroom -2
Bedroom -3
Bedroom -4
Bedroom -5
Family Dining
Family Lounge
Drawing Room
Entrance Corridor
TOTAL

11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3

Area in
Occupancy
ft2
275
255
213
208
190
210
210
435
400
2396

Selected ODU based on 0.7 Diversity


Consider derating @ 10% ODU Capacity
Proposed Capacity

AC Load
in TR

Dehumidified
CFM

AC Unit
Configuration

2.16
2.13
1.61
1.51
1.42
2.41
1.94
3.88
1.24
18.3

1071
1063
790
739
696
863
792
1441
506
7961

3 TR (Ductable)
3 TR (Ductable)
2.5 TR (Ductable)
2.5 TR (Ductable)
2.5 TR (Ductable)
2.5 TR (Ductable)
2.5 TR (Ductable)

52
48
40
39
36
170
102
255
75

= 17.5 TR

6.5 TR (Ductable)
25 TR

=21.875 HP
= 24.06 HP
= 24 HP

ESTIMATED POWER REQUIREMENTS- Entire VRV System

S. No.

Description

Type of Flat

No. of Units

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

AMBROSIA
Tower A
Tower B
Tower C
Tower D,E,F
Tower D,E,F
Tower G,H,J,K
Tower G,H,J,K

4 BHK
4 BHK
4 BHK
3 BHK
4 BHK
3 BHK (RGLR),Side B
3 BHK (S),Side A

26
30
34
138
60
192
160

1
2
3
4
5
6

ATHENIA
Tower U
4 BHK
Tower T
4 BHK
Tower S
4 BHK
Tower P,Q,R
4 BHK
Tower P,Q,R
3 BHK
Tower L,M,N,O 3 BHK (RGLR),Side B

26
30
34
60
138
192

Tower L,M,N,O

60

1
2

OLYMPIA
Tower W
Tower V,X

3 BHK (S),Side A
5 BHK
5 BHK

30
54
Total Nos. =
Total HP =
Grand Total HP =
Total KW =

8 HP

10 HP

ODU
12 HP

14 HP

24 HP

26
30
34
138
60
192
160
26
30
34
60
138
192
60

496
3968
13408
10726

504
5040

68
816

112
1568

30
54
84
2016

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Apply Diversity @ 0.6

Total KW

= 10726 * 0.6 =

6435 KW

6435 KW

Peak Demand Load for VRF System

HVAC SYSTEM DESIGN Community Building/ Nursery Schools/ Primary School

SYSTEM DESIGN- HVAC- COMMUNITY BUILDING-1


o

The community building one is a single floor building.

It has areas like Entrance, Games, Cafeteria, Pre-function, Party Hall / Banquet, Gym / SPA.

Adjacent to the GYM/SPA are some retail shops with direct access from outside.

All the areas shall be air conditioned.

It is generally observed that there is a diverse occupancy in areas like Cafeteria, Games, and Gym
during different times of the day and during different times in a year.

Based on the usage of the club it is advisable to have standalone individual split air conditioners for all
the areas.

The bigger areas like Party Hall, Pre-function and Entrance shall be having duct able split units but the
other areas like Games, Cafeteria, Gym, and Retail Shops shall have Hi Wall Split Units.

The kitchens shall have suitable provision for fresh air and exhaust.

The Outdoor Units shall be placed at terrace.

The toilets shall be ventilated by using a common fan section placed at terrace. The rate of extraction
shall be 10 ACPH.

The equipment selection for various areas shall be as follows:


S. No

Description

Area (Sqft)

Proposed Unit Configuration

Entrance Lobby

1150

8.5 TR x 1 No Duct able Split Unit

Games-1

1050

2 TR x 4 Nos Hi Wall Split Unit

Games-2

420

1.5 TR x 2 No Hi Wall Split Unit

Pre-function

500

3 TR x 2 Nos Duct able Split Unit

Party/Banquet Hall

1600

11.0 TR x 2 Nos Duct able Split Units

Cafeteria

670

2 TR x 4 Nos Hi Wall Split Units

Gym / SPA

840

2 TR x 4 Nos Hi Wall Split Units

Shops-1 to 10

240(Each)

2 TR Hi Wall Split for Each Shop

Shops 11 to 13

80 (Each)

1 TR Hi Wall Split for Each Shop

Note: The detailed scheme shall be worked out during detailed engineering design.

SYSTEM DESIGN- HVAC- COMMUNITY BUILDING-2


o

The community building no-2 is located in three towers of Olympia.

It has areas like Reception / Waiting, Pre-function, Party Hall, Games Room, Gym, Restaurant,
Cafeteria, SPA. In addition to this, it has 4 shops.

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All the areas shall be air conditioned.

It is generally observed that there is a diverse occupancy in areas like Cafeteria, Games, and Gym,
SPA during different times of the day and during different times in a year.

Based on the usage of the club it is advisable to have standalone individual split air conditioners for all
the areas.

The bigger areas like Party Hall, Pre-function and Entrance shall be having duct able split units but the
other areas like Games, Cafeteria, Restaurant, Gym, SPA and Retail Shops shall have Hi Wall Split
Units/ Cassettes as per the area demands.

The kitchens shall have suitable provision for fresh air and exhaust.

The Outdoor Units shall be placed at terrace.

The toilets shall be ventilated by using a common fan section placed at terrace. The rate of extraction
shall be 10 ACPH.

The equipment selection for various areas shall be as follows:


S. No

Description

Area (Sq.
ft.)

Proposed Unit Configuration

Reception / Waiting

1420

11 TR x 1 Nos Duct able Split Unit

Pre-function

1420

8.5 TR x 2 Nos Duct able Split Units

Party Hall

1960

11 TR x 2 Nos Duct able Split Unit

Games Room

2260

4 TR x 5 Nos Cassette Units

Restaurant

1420

4 TR x 5 Nos Cassette Units

Cafeteria

775

3 TR x 3 Nos Cassette Units

Gym

3280

4 TR x 7 Nos Cassette Units

SPA

3850

4 TR x 8 Nos Cassette Units

Shops 1 to 4

240 (Each)

2 TR Hi Wall Split for Each Shop

Note: The detailed scheme shall be worked out during detailed engineering design.

SYSTEM DESIGN- HVAC- NURSERY SCHOOL-1


o

The Nursery School-1 is a G+2 Building.

It has areas like Reception, Principal Room and Class Rooms.

All the Class Rooms and Principal Room shall be air conditioned. The Corridors and Reception area
are open so it is not required to air condition them.

Since the school is meant for small children and is operational throughout the year, it is advisable to
plan VRF system for the school. The basic intent of using the VRF system is that it is possible to do
heating in winters also.

The ODU shall be placed at terrace level and the refrigerant pipe shall run in corridor and connected to
all hi wall splits in each room.

The toilets shall be ventilated by using a common fan section placed at terrace. The rate of extraction
shall be 10 ACPH.

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The equipment selection for various areas shall be as follows:


S. No

Description

Area (Sqft)

Proposed Unit Configuration

300

2 TR x 1 Nos Hi Wall Split Unit

Principal Room

Class Room 1-3


Ground

300 (Each)

2 TR x 1 Nos Hi Wall Split (Each)

Class Room 1-5 First

300 (Each)

2 TR x 1 Nos Hi Wall Split (Each)

Class Room 1-5


Second

300 (Each)

2 TR x 1 Nos Hi Wall Split (Each)

ODU Rating

28 HP x 1 Nos ODU with twin circuit.

Note: The detailed scheme shall be worked out during detailed engineering design.

SYSTEM DESIGN- HVAC- NURSERY SCHOOL-2


o

The Nursery School-2 is a G+2 Building.

It has areas like Reception, Principal Room and Class Rooms.

All the Class Rooms and Principal Room shall be air conditioned. The Corridors and Reception area
are open so it is not required to air condition them.

Since the school is meant for small children and is operational throughout the year, it is advisable to
plan VRF system for the school. The basic intent of using the VRF system is that it is possible to do
heating in winters also.

The ODU shall be placed at terrace level and the refrigerant pipe shall run in corridor and connected to
all hi wall splits in each room.

The toilets shall be ventilated by using a common fan section placed at terrace. The rate of extraction
shall be 10 ACPH.

The equipment selection for various areas shall be as follows:


S. No.

Description

Area (Sqft)

Proposed Unit Configuration

260

2 TR x 1 Nos Hi Wall Split Unit

Principal Room

Class Room 1-3


Ground

260 (Each)

2 TR x 1 Nos Hi Wall Split (Each)

Class Room 1-5 First

260 (Each)

2 TR x 1 Nos Hi Wall Split (Each)

Class Room 1-5


Second

260 (Each)

2 TR x 1 Nos Hi Wall Split (Each)

ODU Rating

28 HP x 1 Nos ODU with twin circuit.

Note: The detailed scheme shall be worked out during detailed engineering design.

SYSTEM DESIGN- HVAC- PRIMARY SCHOOL


o

The Primary School is a G+2 Building.

It has areas like Reception, Principal Room and Class Rooms.

All the Class Rooms and Principal Room shall be air conditioned. The Corridors and Reception area
are open so it is not required to air condition them.

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Since the school is meant for small children and is operational throughout the year, it is advisable to
plan VRF system for the school. The basic intent of using the VRF system is that it is possible to do
heating in winters also.

The ODU shall be placed at terrace level and the refrigerant pipe shall run in corridor and connected to
all hi wall splits in each room.

The toilets shall be ventilated by using a common fan section placed at terrace. The rate of extraction
shall be 10 ACPH.

The equipment selection for various areas shall be as follows:


S. No.

Description

Area (Sq.
ft.)

Proposed Unit Configuration

560 (Each)

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

520

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

520 (Each)

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

Office 1-2-Ground

Activity Room 1- Ground

Class Room 1-10 Ground

Principal Office Ground

520

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

Staff Room Ground

440

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

Multipurpose Hall Ground

2180

8 TR x 3 Nos Duct able IDU

Computer Room - First

564

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

Library - First

564

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

Activity Room-2-First

520

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

10

Class Room 1-10 First

520 (Each)

11

Activity Room-3 - First

520

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)


4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

12

Staff Room First

440

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

13

Computer Room - Second

564

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

14

Library - Second

564

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

15

Activity Room-2-Second

520

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

16

Class Room 1-10 Second

520 (Each)

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

17

Activity Room-3 - Second

520

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)

18

Staff Room Second

440

ODU Rating

4 TR x 1 Nos Duct able IDU (Each)


40 HP x 5 Nos ODU each with twin circuit.

Note: The detailed scheme shall be worked out during detailed engineering design.

ESTIMATED POWER REQUIREMENT- Community Building/ Nursery Schools/ Primary School


S.NO
1
2
3
4
5

DESCRIPTION
Community Building-1
Community Building-1
Nursery School-1
Nursery School-1
Primary School

A.C.LOAD
(TR)
86 TR
167 TR
28 HP
28 HP
200 HP

TYPE OF A.C. SYSTEM


DX- Split Unit System
DX- Split Unit System
VRF System
VRF System
VRF System

EST. LOAD (KW)Connected


140
260
25
25
170

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