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Get this from a library! ASHRAE handbook: fundamentals.. [American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers.;] -- Annotation The. The ASHRAE Handbook - Fundamentals covers basic principles and data used in the HVAC&R industry. Updated with research sponsored by ASHRAE. () may be used where greater precision is required. Publication Date: 6/1/ ASHRAE Handbook—Fundamentals (SI) Equations (3) and (4).
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Statistical regression detailed ground heat loss estimates. Factor values were validated by comparing ResHB temperature swing, via empirical data or suitable models. Through- versus RLF results for buildings not involved in the regression out the literature, it is repeatedly emphasized that direct application analysis. The RLF unrealistically high cooling loads for residential applications. The RLF method should not be applied to situations outside the A 24 h procedure is required to accurately determine the cooling range of underlying cases, as shown in Table 1.
The heat balance HB method allows The RLF method appears more complex than the table-based detailed simulation of space temperatures and heat flows. However, note that research project RP adapted HB to residential applications, the RLF calculation sequence involves two distinct steps. First, the resulting in the residential heat balance RHB method. Although cooling and heating load factors CFs and HFs are derived for all RHB provides the technical basis for this chapter, it is a computer- project component types.
These factors are then applied to the indi- only technique and is not documented here. HB is described in vidual components by a single multiplication. The two-step ap- Chapter 18 and Pedersen et al.
In essence, the struc- called ResHB Barnaby et al.
Further, this edition documents sen et al. Using these equa- Multizone. Whereas the original Toolkit code supported a single tions, a complete implementation of the RLF method, including CF zone, ResHB can analyze projects that include multiple systems, and HF calculation, is well within the capabilities of current PC zones, and rooms.
Residential Cooling and Heating Load Calculations Date July 21 Application must be summer peaking. Use RHB if local experience indicates this is a possibility.
Elevation Less than ft RLF factors assume ft elevation. With elevation-corrected Cs, method is acceptably accurate except at very high elevations. Construction Lightweight residential construction wood May be applied to masonry veneer over frame construction; results are conservative. Use or metal framing, wood or stucco siding RHB for structural masonry or unconventional construction. Buildings with significant sloped glazing areas should be analyzed with RHB.
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Two-Phase Flow. View Section, 6. Mass Transfer. View Section, 7. Fundamentals of Control. View Section, 8. Sound and Vibration. View Section, Indoor Environmental Quality. View Section, 9. Thermal Comfort.
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Indoor Environmental Modeling. View Section, Load and Energy Calculations. Climatic Design Information. Ventilation and Infiltration. Residential Cooling and Heating Load Calculations. Nonresidential Cooling and Heating Load Calculations. Energy Estimating and Modeling Methods. Space Air Diffusion. Duct Design.