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Passive Solar House Final Project

Charlie, Elliot, Saadman


on 26 November 2012

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Transcript of Passive Solar House Final Project

Styrofoam because it was the most available material, easy to cut, and has the ability to have many things glued on to it
Plexiglass because it is a safe alternative to glass for our windows.
Wood for a stern base which can easily absorb heat.
Fiberglass for insulation Obstacle 1:
Materials Obstacle 2:
Sketches Obstacle 3:
How to Retain Heat Goal: Final Project Start How We Started: The Objectives Why Our House Will Work Which Worked Best? Why We Chose These Materials From Paper to Real Life The lamp will be stationed at an angle

We already chose the room we want to consistantly test.

We developed that room especially.

A curved wall to maximize lamp light exposure. Many glazed walls. A window on the roof for more light. Insulation on the walls for that room. The Process of Construction: Passive Solar Home By Charlie B, Elliot V, and Saadman R Retain the most heat after trial

Build a model house passive solar house

Illustrate passive solar designs Two Story house? Cardboard? Styrofoam? Plexiglass? Revit Drawings Revit Model
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