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This reasoning applies equally well when the outdoor temperature is below the room temperature. Basis of Table 15 - Solar heat Gain thru Ordinary Glass Table 15 provides data for 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°, 40°, and 50° latitudes, for each month of the year and for each hour of the day. This table includes the direct and diffuse radiation and that portion of the heat absorbed in the glass which gets into the space. It does not include the transmission of heat across the glass caused by a temperature difference between the outdoor and inside air.
The size of the diversity factor depends on the size of the building and the engineer’s judgment of the circumstances involved. 0 or no reduction. Expanding this to one floor of a building with 50 to 100 people, 5% to 10% may be absent at the time of peak load, and expanding to a 20, 30 or 40-story building, 10% to 20% may be absent during the peak. A building with predominantly sales offices would have many people out in the normal course of business. This same concept applies to apartments and hotels.
Part 1. Load Estimating | Chapter 3. Heat Storage, Diversity And Stratification Example Adjust values for 24-hour equipment operation and derive new values for 16-hour equipment operation for fluorescent lights in operation 8 and 13 hours, and an enclosure of 150 lb/sq ft of floor. 50 to compensate for insulating effect of rug. Weights per sq ft of common types of construction are contained in Tables 21 thru 33, pages 66 thru 76. If the cooling capacity supplied to the space matches the cooling load, the temperature in thespace remains constant throughout the operating period.