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7 m2]). 7 m2 = 1,354 W] Similar to the sensible heat gain from people and lighting, tables of cooling load factors (CLF) can be used to refine this estimate. 0. 0 because the space temperature set point is increased at night. TRG-TRC002-EN 37 period two Cooling Load Estimation notes Figure 42 Infiltration In a typical building, air leaks into or out of a space through doors, windows, and small cracks in the building envelope. Air leaking into a space is called infiltration. During the cooling season, when air leaks into a conditioned space from outdoors, it can contribute to both the sensible and latent heat gain in the space because the outdoor air is typically warmer and more humid than the indoor air.
This second iteration will likely result in the same supply air condition as the first iteration. 1°C wet bulb] to offset the sensible and latent heat gains for the space in the correct proportions. For more information on the process of analyzing an HVAC system on the psychrometric chart, refer to the Psychrometry Air Conditioning Clinic. TRG-TRC002-EN 59 period three Psychrometric Analysis notes 5RRP %WXKU >:@ WRWDO VSDFH VHQVLEOH ORDG >@ WRWDO VSDFH ODWHQW ORDG YHQWLODWLRQ >@ >@ WRWDO FRLO FRROLQJ ORDG >@ Figure 66 Finally, the cooling coil in the air-conditioning system that serves this space must be capable of handling the sensible and latent loads for the space, plus any additional loads that affect the coil only.
For simplicity, most designers assume that this heat gain occurs at a single point in the system, typically at the location of the fan. duct friction heat gain = power input to fan × fan efficiency TRG-TRC002-EN 47 period two Cooling Load Estimation notes EORZ EORZWKURXJK EORZWKURXJK FRQILJXUDWLRQ GUDZ GUDZWKURXJK GUDZWKURXJK FRQILJXUDWLRQ Figure 52 It is important to know where the fan heat gain occurs with respect to the cooling coil. If the fan is located upstream and blows air through the cooling coil, the fan heat causes an increase in the temperature of the air entering the coil.
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