P08424: Residential Energy Savings
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Work Breakdown Structure

Table of Contents

Plan for SD I

First 3 Weeks

Three Week Project Plan
Person Week 0->1 Tasks

(3 Dec 07)

Week 1->2 Tasks

(10 Dec 07)

Week 2->3 Tasks

(17 Dec 07)

Team
  • Become familiar with project by reading PRP.
  • Estimate total amount of electrical energy each team member consumes.
  • Determine individual Roles and Responsibilities, complete matrix.
  • Meet with the customer and update customer needs.
  • Complete first draft of One Page Summary doc.
  • Document all work in log book.
  • Team members should research 3 different sources on campus energy audits and prepare a brief report on:
    • what was audited
    • what was the outcome of the audit -energy savings, cost savings, pollution reduction
    • what worked well and not so well
  • Finalize One Page Summary doc.
  • Complete engineering specifications.
  • Begin developing energy audit plan draft.
  • Review historical energy data for RIT campus.
  • Develop a procedure/plan for the team to deal with conflicts and issues that may arise over the course of the next 21 weeks.
  • Document all work in log book.
  • Complete draft of energy audit.
  • Developed a functional diagram of critical sub-functions
  • Summarize results of external and internal searches of problem solutions
  • Document all work in log book.
Rob
  • Arrange meeting with sponsor
  • Divide team into sub teams and coordinate meeting times.
  • Identify additional resources required for project and begin obtaining commitments for resources.
  • Obtain all team member contact information and distribute.
  • Update 3 week plan.
  • Ensure all deliverables are prepared and submitted to guide in timely fashion.
  • Meet with each sub team and provide support where needed.
  • Develop a draft of the entire project plan and schedule.
  • Ensure all deliverables are prepared and submitted to guide in timely fashion.
  • Oversee the development of a draft audit.
  • Assist ME1 with developing basic energy model for draft audit as needed.
  • Update the MSDI project plan.
  • Ensure all deliverables are prepared and submitted to guide in timely fashion.
  • Make sure proposed audits are finalized. Coordinate a meeting with sponsor to get feedback.
  • Begin setting up concept review with customer and other technical consultants/faculty.
Aaron
  • Gather historical electrical energy data for RIT campus and begin analysis to determine when and where the large energy uses are on campus. Identity trends. Prepare a presentation for the team of RIT energy usage.
  • Benchmark energy audits.
  • Develop draft energy audit with emphasis placed on high energy areas based on historical data.
  • Develop basic energy model for draft audit as needed.
  • Finalize energy audit.
  • Continue development of models that will be used when conducting energy audit.
Bill
  • Gather historical electrical energy data for RIT campus and begin analysis to determine when and where the large energy uses are on campus. Identity trends. Prepare a presentation for the team of RIT energy usage.
  • Benchmark energy audits.
  • Develop draft energy audit with emphasis placed on high energy areas based on historical data.
  • Assist CE/EE in identifying what energy measurement data is accessible and research how these sensors could be interfaced into an information system.
  • Finalize energy audit.
  • Continue investigating energy measurement options and begin brainstorming concept approaches for presenting and using data for energy reductions.
Kris
  • Research into engineering economic analyses done in the energy conservation field. How does RIT make engineering project decisions? How have others, when considering energy options? Prepare a presentation for the team describing options.
  • Benchmark energy audits.
  • Develop draft energy audit with emphasis placed on high energy areas based on historical data.
  • Begin development of basic engineering economic analysis for comparison of energy conservation options.
  • Finalize energy audit.
  • Continue development of models that will be used when conducting energy audit.
Swathi
  • Research other campus or institute level energy conservation projects with an outreach or education component. Prepare a presentation describing the successes and failure of such programs. Focus should be on how information is conveyed to stakeholders.
  • Benchmark energy audits.
  • Develop draft energy audit with emphasis placed on high energy areas based on historical data.
  • Assist with engineering economic modeling and basic energy analysis model for draft audit as needed.
  • Finalize energy audit.
  • Assist CE/EE and ME2 Finalize energy audit in beginning to brainstorm concept approaches for presenting and using data for energy reductions.
Jeremy
  • Research into different web based energy conservation programs. Prepare a presentation for the team highlighting successful programs.
  • Identify any specific needs such as equipment, software, or space that you may need for your tasks.
  • Meet with FMS to identify what energy measurement data is accessible and research how these sensors could be interfaced into an information system.
  • Finalize energy audit.
  • Continue investigating energy measurement options and begin brainstorming concept approaches for presenting and using data for energy reductions.

Extended Plan for Weeks 4-11

11 Week Plan (OPEN WITH EXCEL)

Plan for Senior Design II

SD II Schedule (opene with word)

SD II Calender (open with MS project)

Useful Link: http://www.knovel.com/knovel2/Toc.jsp?BookID=1110&VerticalID=0

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