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Electric utility survey of residential ventilation issues.

D.P Moraski

Electric utility survey of residential ventilation issues.

by D.P Moraski

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Published by Electric Power Research Institute in Palo Alto, CA .
Written in English


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ContributionsEnergy International, Inc.
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Open LibraryOL17589666M

dominant uses vary between residential and commercial structures 1 (DOE, ). As noted in Table , the dominant uses of energy in the residential sector are ambient space heating (about 26%) and cooling, water heating, and lighting (each about 12–13%).In commercial buildings, lighting is the dominant category at about 25%, but space heating, cooling, and mechanical ventilation together. Electric stoves are low-powered and should need a ventilation output between and CFM. (Electric deep fryers should be treated as a gas stovetop. “Professional” stovetops can generate tremendous amounts of heat depending on the setting. If they are in a restaurant, they will obviously need a ventilation system with a higher : Tom Papageorge.

space, IRC limits the net free ventilation reduction from to for buildings in Climate Zones 6, 7 and 8. NRCA guidelines Regarding attic ventilation, NRCA recommends designers provide at least 1 square foot of NFVA for every square feet of attic space ( ventilation ratio) measured at the attic floor level (ceiling).File Size: KB. O&M Ideas for Major Equipment Types. Water-tube boilers are available in sizes ranging from smaller residential type to very large utility class boilers. Boiler pressures range from 15 psi through pressures exceeding 3, psi. Electric Boilers.

residential, mechanical ventilation, measurement, ASHRAE , flow hood. ABSTRACT. Building codes increasingly require tighter homes and mechanical ventilation per ASHRAE Standard These ventilation flows must be measured so that energy is not wasted with over ventilation and occupants’ health is not compromised by under by: 3. IAC Fire and Building Safety Standards (See NFPA list below) IAC Indiana Building Code, Edition ( UBC, Vol. 1, 2 and 3) CABO/ANSI A


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