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Unformatted text preview: Environmental Technology I Gold Kim Kwon Gabbard Spring 2003 HEAT GAIN COOLING LOAD ESTIMATE Example For Assignment 8: Heat Gain Cooling Load Estimate , please download the assignment from the ET1 website http://web.dcp.ufl.edu/mgold/ET1/ET1homepg.htm . It must be done in a spreadsheet format. An example of Excel spreadsheet is also available on the website. [Adapted from data in MEEB Table 5.8] Each of the steps below is keyed to an example of a 30' long by 25' wide by 10' high elementary classroom space with 20 students (See diagram). Other pertinent information for this example are given as follows: a) Interior design temperature: 78F b) Exterior design temperature: 95F c) Exterior design humidity: 80% PROCEDURE The following steps outline the procedure for estimating the cooling load (in Btu/hr) for the example problem classroom space defined above. 1. Space Cooling Load Estimate Use the simplified design method utilized the space floor area to estimate the space cooling load in terms of supply air required. This accounts for the heat gains from people, equipment, lights, and building envelope. supply air required....
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course ARC 3610 taught by Professor Gold during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.
- Spring '08