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Suvarnabhumi International Airport. . WELCOME MEE Net. . MJTA Consortium 1 Suvarnabhumi International Airport. . WELCOME MEE Net. . MJTA Consortium 1

. SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MJTA Consortium 2 . SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MJTA Consortium 2

SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM MJTA Consortium SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM MJTA Consortium

SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM BUILDING CONFIGURATION The Terminal building requires to have large hall SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM BUILDING CONFIGURATION The Terminal building requires to have large hall area without concrete pole or with minimal concrete pole for passengers’ convenience. For maximum passengers comfort with ease of traveling within the airport compound, the building comprise of two sectors, the Terminal and Concourse building. The Concourse building is for airplane connection to boarding bridges. The Terminal building is for handling departure and arrival passengers. § For energy saving purpose, the § MJTA Consortium 4

SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM BUILDING SIZE § Concourse Width 40. 50 m. Length 3, SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM BUILDING SIZE § Concourse Width 40. 50 m. Length 3, 123 m. Hight 23. 60 m. § Terminal Width 108 m. Length 441 m. Hight 40 m. MJTA Consortium 5

SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM AREA FOR AIR CONDITIONING § Concourse 248, 445 SQ. M. SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM AREA FOR AIR CONDITIONING § Concourse 248, 445 SQ. M. § Terminal 119, 906 SQ. M. TOTAL OF 368, 351 SQ. M. MJTA Consortium 6

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR ENERGY SAVING OF SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Usage of direct sun CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR ENERGY SAVING OF SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Usage of direct sun light with minimal electrical lamps during day time. 2. Air conditioning will be provided only from floor level to 3 or 4 meter above the floor to reduce the air conditioning load by means of Stratification technique. This technique use Radiant Floor Cooling together with Recirculated Air Cooling System. . 3 Control intake fresh air for continual changing number of passengers. 1. MJTA Consortium 7

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR ENERGY SAVING OF SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM. 4 Adjust Variable Chilled CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR ENERGY SAVING OF SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM. 4 Adjust Variable Chilled Water Volume for continual changing cooling load. 5. Use Chilled Water Temperature Difference ( delta T ) larger than normal conventional type which will require lesser pipe size and flow rate, thus reduced the pump size and energy required. 6. Reduce make up water of Cooling Tower by way of water filter instead of bleed-off 7. Reduce solar heat gain through glass by way of using Frit, a small circular pad, spread evenly on glass which help reduce the Solar MJTA Consortium 8

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR ENERGY SAVING OF SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM พลงงาน. 8 Reduce infrared CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR ENERGY SAVING OF SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM พลงงาน. 8 Reduce infrared radiation from ceiling and wall by way of applying Low-E Infrared Hard Coating on ceiling and wall. 9. Reduce convective heat gain from electrical lamps since the heat gain will be combined with hot air above stratification level which will cause no effect to passengers. 10. Reduce radiation heat gain by way of using radiant floor cooling together with conventional air conditioning system. MJTA Consortium 9

Air Conditioning System MJTA Consortium 10 Air Conditioning System MJTA Consortium 10

Radiant Floor Cooling Coolin g tube to Diffuse Poly Etelene 1 header=10 loops r Radiant Floor Cooling Coolin g tube to Diffuse Poly Etelene 1 header=10 loops r Header Diffuser MJTA Consortium 11

SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Radiant Floor Shop Drawing: Configuration Detail Drawing. 12 MJTA Consortium 12 SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Radiant Floor Shop Drawing: Configuration Detail Drawing. 12 MJTA Consortium 12

SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Radiant Floor Shop Drawing: Floor Plan 13 MJTA Consortium 13 SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Radiant Floor Shop Drawing: Floor Plan 13 MJTA Consortium 13

SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. VAC System. Temperature Layer 14 MJTA Consortium 14 SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. VAC System. Temperature Layer 14 MJTA Consortium 14

SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Design Criteria Ambient Temp. Indoor Temp. Relative Humidity Lighting: Holdroom SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Design Criteria Ambient Temp. Indoor Temp. Relative Humidity Lighting: Holdroom 10 W/m 2 35 C db 28 C wb 24 C± 1 db 55+5% RH Circulation, Office 15 W/m 2 Retail 35 W/m 2 MJTA Consortium 15

SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Design Criteria Outside Air: Circulation, Holdroom 17 m 3/hr/person Office SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Design Criteria Outside Air: Circulation, Holdroom 17 m 3/hr/person Office 34 m 3/hr/person Retail 26 m 3/hr/person Passengers: Terminal + Concourse 22, 879 persons (30 MAP) (Peak Hour) 27, 379 persons (45 MAP) MJTA Consortium 16

SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Design Criteria Total Cooling Capacity 41, 666 KW = (30 SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Design Criteria Total Cooling Capacity 41, 666 KW = (30 MAP) 43, 238 KW = (45 MAP) MJTA Consortium 11, 850 Tons 12, 297 Tons 17

SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM AOT purchase chilled water from DCAP (Districted Cooling System and SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM AOT purchase chilled water from DCAP (Districted Cooling System and Power Plant Company Limited). DCAP has installed 8 ABSORPTION CHILLERS at CENTRAL PLANT located within Parking building next to the Terminal building. DCAP installed 4 ABSORPTION CHILLERS ( DOUBLE EFFECT TYPE ) on each plant (EAST and WEST PLANT) and each absorption chiller has the capacity of 2, 100 TR (norminal) and can MJTA Consortium 18

SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM 4 Absorption Chiller Cooling capacity@2100 TR (7, 386 k. W) SUVARNABHUMI AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM 4 Absorption Chiller Cooling [email protected] TR (7, 386 k. W) = 8, 400 TR (29, 544 k. W) 4 Secondary chilled water pumps @ 706 m 3/hr (196. 11 L/S) = 2, 824 m 3/hr (784. 44 L/S) Supply Temp. 5 o C Return Temp. 14 o C MJTA Consortium TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY OF EAST AND WEST 19

SBIA : TERMINAL COMPLEX 30 MILLION ANNUAL PASSENGER REDUCED CONCORSE WIDTH 4. 35 M SBIA : TERMINAL COMPLEX 30 MILLION ANNUAL PASSENGER REDUCED CONCORSE WIDTH 4. 35 M AND REVISED MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION MJTA Consortium 20

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP A) Heat Transmission + Electrical Load WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP A) Heat Transmission + Electrical Load at Peak Hour • East Concourse Building 7, 464 k. W. • West Concourse Building 7, 381 k. W. • Terminal Building 4, 875 k. W. • Jetbridge East Concourse 617 k. W. MJTA Consortium 21

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP (Cont’d) B) Occupancy and O. A WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP (Cont’d) B) Occupancy and O. A Load B. 1 Officers + Employees + Visitors + Meeters 13, 879 Persons = Total Adjusted Heat Gain 130 W/Person; 13879 x 130/1000 = 1, 804 k. W. Total O. A Supply 353, 011 Cubic Meter Per Hour Total O. A. Load = 1. 19 x 353, 011/3. 6 x (90 -51)/1, 000 = 4, 551 k. W. MJTA Consortium 22

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP (Cont’d) B) Occupancy and O. A WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP (Cont’d) B) Occupancy and O. A Load (Cont’d) B. 2 TPHP of 30 Million Annual Flow as Recommended by FAA is Equivalent to 9, 000 persons TPHP Load of Passenger 130 / 1, 000 1, 170 k. W. = 9, 000 x = O. A. Load for TPHP = 1. 19 x 9, 000 x 17 / 3. 6 x (90 -51) / 1, 000 = 1, 972 k. W. MJTA Consortium 23

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP (Cont’d) C) Machine Room Cooling Load WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP (Cont’d) C) Machine Room Cooling Load 6 sets AHU Capacity each 142 k. W. Sub Total C) 852 k. W. D) PCA. Chiller Heat Rejection = 852 = PCA. Chiller Capacity each 350 Ton, 525 HP Motor, Max Heat Rejection is 1, 621 k. W. Per set, 6 sets x 1, 621 = 9, 726 k. W. Sub Total D) = MJTA Consortium 24

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP (Cont’d) SUMMARY Heat Transmission + Electrical WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP (Cont’d) SUMMARY Heat Transmission + Electrical Load at Peak Hour = 20, 896 k. W Occupancy and O. A Load = 9, 497 k. W Machine Room Cooling Load = 852 k. W PCA. Chiller Heat Rejection = 9, 726 k. W Electrical Load = 695 k. W Total Peak Hour Chiller Cooling Capacity = MJTA Consortium 25

SBIA : TERMINAL COMPLEX 45 MILLION ANNUAL PASSENGER REDUCED CONCORSE WIDTH 4. 35 M SBIA : TERMINAL COMPLEX 45 MILLION ANNUAL PASSENGER REDUCED CONCORSE WIDTH 4. 35 M AND REVISED MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION MJTA Consortium 26

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP A) Heat Transmission + Electrical Load WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP A) Heat Transmission + Electrical Load at Peak Hour • East Concourse Building 7, 464 k. W. • West Concourse Building 7, 381 k. W. • Terminal Building 4, 875 k. W. • Jetbridge East Concourse 617 k. W. MJTA Consortium 27

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP (Cont’d) B) Occupancy and O. A WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP (Cont’d) B) Occupancy and O. A Load B. 1 Officers + Employees + Visitors + Meeters Persons = 13, 879 Total Adjusted Heat Gain 130 W/Person; 13879 x 130/1000 = 1, 804 k. W. Total O. A Supply 353, 011 Cubic Meter Per Hour Total O. A. Load = 1. 19 x 353, 011/3. 6 x (90 -51)/1, 000 = 4, 551 k. W. MJTA Consortium 28

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP (Cont’d) B) Occupancy and O. A WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP (Cont’d) B) Occupancy and O. A Load (Cont’d) B. 2 TPHP of 45 Million Annual Flow as Recommended by FAA is Equivalent to 13, 500 persons TPHP Load of Passenger = 13, 500 x 130 / 1, 000 = 1, 755 k. W. O. A. Load for TPHP 3. 6 x (90 -51) / 1, 000 2, 959 k. W. MJTA Consortium = 1. 19 x 13, 500 x 17 / = 29

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP (Cont’d) C) Machine Room Cooling Load WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP (Cont’d) C) Machine Room Cooling Load 6 sets AHU Capacity each 142 k. W. Sub Total C) 852 k. W. D) PCA. Chiller Heat Rejection = 852 = PCA. Chiller Capacity each 350 Ton, 525 HP Motor, Max Heat Rejection is 1, 621 k. W. Per set, 6 sets x 1, 621 = 9, 726 k. W. Sub Total D) = MJTA Consortium 30

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP (Cont’d) SUMMARY Heat Transmission + Electrical WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 45 MAP (Cont’d) SUMMARY Heat Transmission + Electrical Load at Peak Hour = 20, 896 k. W Occupancy and O. A Load = 11, 069 k. W Machine Room Cooling Load = 852 k. W PCA. Chiller Heat Rejection = 9, 726 k. W Electrical Load = 695 k. W Total Peak Hour Chiller Cooling Capacity = MJTA Consortium 31

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP AND 45 MAP MJTA Consortium 32 WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP AND 45 MAP MJTA Consortium 32

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP AND 45 MAP (Cont’d) MJTA Consortium WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP AND 45 MAP (Cont’d) MJTA Consortium 33

WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP AND 45 MAP (Cont’d) MJTA Consortium WATER SIDE PEAK COOLING LOADS SUMMARY 30 MAP AND 45 MAP (Cont’d) MJTA Consortium 34

CHILLED WATER PIPE COOLING CAPACITY CHILLED WATER PIPE SCH. 40 COOLING CAPACITY BASED ON CHILLED WATER PIPE COOLING CAPACITY CHILLED WATER PIPE SCH. 40 COOLING CAPACITY BASED ON MJTA Consortium 35

CHILLED WATER PIPE COOLING CAPACITY MJTA Consortium 36 CHILLED WATER PIPE COOLING CAPACITY MJTA Consortium 36

. District Cooling System and Power Plant (DCSPP) for Suvarnabhumi International Airport MJTA Consortium . District Cooling System and Power Plant (DCSPP) for Suvarnabhumi International Airport MJTA Consortium 37

District Cooling System and Power Plant (DCSPP) By using natural gas as fuel to District Cooling System and Power Plant (DCSPP) By using natural gas as fuel to generate electricity and use excess heat to produce hot steam as a requirment for absorbtion chiller to produce chilled water for air conditioning purpose. This technology will increase efficiency in generating electricity and chilled water and will also reduce energy required. MJTA Consortium 38

Airport Electrical Power Distribution MEA 115 k. V Back Up 115 k. V DC Airport Electrical Power Distribution MEA 115 k. V Back Up 115 k. V DC AP 6. 9 k. V DCAP Inhouse MTS Airport Main Transform er 24 k. V All Area in Airport MJTA Consortium 39

Chilled Water Distribution Train Station? ? , 100 RT Car Park 700 RT MTB&Concourse Chilled Water Distribution Train Station? ? , 100 RT Car Park 700 RT MTB&Concourse 12, 600 RT AIM S 700 RT AIM 200 RT Airport Hotel 700 RT Chilled Water DCAP Supply from DCAP to Total …. . 19, 000 RT (29, 860 RT) AOB 500 RT AOB 1500 RT Installed Airport Hotel MJTA Consortium TG Catering 40

Steam Distribution 10 barg/185 C/ 8. 6 t/h DCAP TG Catering 8 barg/175 C/ Steam Distribution 10 barg/185 C/ 8. 6 t/h DCAP TG Catering 8 barg/175 C/ 3 t/h Airport Hotel MJTA Consortium 41

ตำแหนงทตง ของโครงการ POWER PLANT CHILLER PLANT FOR CATERING CHILLER PLANT FOR PASSENGER TERMINAL MJTA ตำแหนงทตง ของโครงการ POWER PLANT CHILLER PLANT FOR CATERING CHILLER PLANT FOR PASSENGER TERMINAL MJTA Consortium 42

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