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1 Air System Design Load Summary for Zona 9 DESIGN COOLING DESIGN HEATING COOLING DATA AT Feb 1800 HEATING DATA AT DES HTG COOLING OA DB / WB 32.4 C / 23.1 C HEATING OA DB / WB -0.6 C / -3.2 C Sensible Latent Sensible Latent ZONE LOADS Details (W) (W) Details (W) (W) Window & Skylight Solar Loads 0 m² 0-0 m² - - Wall Transmission 54 m² m² Roof Transmission 66 m² m² Window Transmission 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Skylight Transmission 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Door Loads 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Floor Transmission 66 m² 0-66 m² 0 - Partitions 63 m² 0-63 m² 0 - Ceiling 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Overhead Lighting 1774 W Task Lighting 0 W Electric Equipment 5585 W People Infiltration Miscellaneous Safety Factor 5% / 5% % >> Total Zone Loads Zone Conditioning Plenum Wall Load 0% Plenum Roof Load 0% Plenum Lighting Load 0% Return Fan Load 972 L/s L/s 0 - Ventilation Load 116 L/s L/s Supply Fan Load 1047 L/s L/s Space Fan Coil Fans Duct Heat Gain / Loss 5% 559-5% >> Total System Loads Central Cooling Coil Central Heating Coil >> Total Conditioning Key: Positive values are clg loads Positive values are htg loads Negative values are htg loads Negative values are clg loads

2 Psychrometric Analysis for Zona 9 Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina Altitude: 19.8 m. Data for: February DESIGN COOLING DAY, Outdoor Air Mixed Air 3. Central Cooling Coil Outlet 4. Supply Fan Outlet 5. Duct Heat 6. Room Air 7. Return Duct Outlet Specific Humidity ( kg/kg ) Temperature ( C )

3 Space Design Load Summary for Zona 9 TABLE 1.1.A. COMPONENT LOADS FOR SPACE '' Zona 9 '' IN ZONE '' Zone 9 '' DESIGN COOLING DESIGN HEATING COOLING DATA AT Jan 1900 HEATING DATA AT DES HTG COOLING OA DB / WB 30.8 C / 22.7 C HEATING OA DB / WB -0.6 C / -3.2 C OCCUPIED T-STAT 23.9 C OCCUPIED T-STAT 21.1 C Sensible Latent Sensible Latent SPACE LOADS Details (W) (W) Details (W) (W) Window & Skylight Solar Loads 0 m² 0-0 m² - - Wall Transmission 54 m² m² Roof Transmission 66 m² m² Window Transmission 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Skylight Transmission 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Door Loads 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Floor Transmission 66 m² 0-66 m² 0 - Partitions 63 m² 0-63 m² 0 - Ceiling 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Overhead Lighting 1774 W Task Lighting 0 W Electric Equipment 5585 W People Infiltration Miscellaneous Safety Factor 5% / 5% % >> Total Zone Loads ENE EXPOSURE TABLE 1.1.B. ENVELOPE LOADS FOR SPACE '' Zona 9 '' IN ZONE '' Zone 9 '' COOLING COOLING HEATING Area U-Value Shade TRANS SOLAR TRANS (m²) (W/(m²- K)) Coeff. (W) (W) (W) WALL H EXPOSURE ROOF

4 Air System Sizing Summary for Zona 9 Air System Information Air System Name... Zona 9 Equipment Class... SPLT AHU Air System Type... SZCAV Number of zones... 1 Floor Area m² Sizing Calculation Information Zone and Space Sizing Method: Zone L/s... Sum of space airflow rates Space L/s... Individual peak space loads Calculation Months... Jan to Dec Sizing Data... Calculated Central Cooling Coil Sizing Data Total coil load kw Sensible coil load kw Coil L/s at Feb L/s Max block L/s L/s Sum of peak zone L/s L/s Sensible heat ratio m²/kw W/m² Water 5.6 K rise N/A Load occurs at... Feb 1800 OA DB / WB / 23.1 C Entering DB / WB / 18.9 C Leaving DB / WB / 14.8 C Coil ADP C Bypass Factor Resulting RH % Design supply temp C Zone T-stat Check... 1 of 1 OK Max zone temperature deviation K Central Heating Coil Sizing Data Max coil load kw Coil L/s at Des Htg L/s Max coil L/s L/s Water 11.1 K drop N/A Load occurs at... Des Htg W/m² Ent. DB / Lvg DB / 23.2 C Supply Fan Sizing Data Actual max L/s L/s Standard L/s L/s Actual max L/(s-m²) L/(s-m²) Outdoor Ventilation Air Data Design airflow L/s L/s L/(s-m²) L/(s-m²) Fan motor BHP BHP Fan motor kw kw Fan static Pa l/s/person l/s/person

5 Zone Design Load Summary for Zona 9 Zone 9 DESIGN COOLING DESIGN HEATING COOLING DATA AT Jan 1900 HEATING DATA AT DES HTG COOLING OA DB / WB 30.8 C / 22.7 C HEATING OA DB / WB -0.6 C / -3.2 C OCCUPIED T-STAT 23.9 C OCCUPIED T-STAT 21.1 C Sensible Latent Sensible Latent ZONE LOADS Details (W) (W) Details (W) (W) Window & Skylight Solar Loads 0 m² 0-0 m² - - Wall Transmission 54 m² m² Roof Transmission 66 m² m² Window Transmission 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Skylight Transmission 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Door Loads 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Floor Transmission 66 m² 0-66 m² 0 - Partitions 63 m² 0-63 m² 0 - Ceiling 0 m² 0-0 m² 0 - Overhead Lighting 1774 W Task Lighting 0 W Electric Equipment 5585 W People Infiltration Miscellaneous Safety Factor 5% / 5% % >> Total Zone Loads

6 Zone Sizing Summary for Zona 9 Sizing Calculation Information Zone and Space Sizing Method: Zone L/s... Sum of space airflow rates Space L/s... Individual peak space loads Calculation Months... Jan to Dec Sizing Data... Calculated Zone Sizing Data Maximum Design Minimum Time Maximum Zone Cooling Air Air of Heating Floor Sensible Flow Flow Peak Load Area Zone Zone Name (kw) (L/s) (L/s) Load (kw) (m²) L/(s-m²) Zone Jan Zone Terminal Sizing Data No Zone Terminal Sizing Data required for this system. Space Loads and Airflows Cooling Time Air Heating Floor Zone Name / Sensible of Flow Load Area Space Space Name Mult. (kw) Load (L/s) (kw) (m²) L/(s-m²) Zone 9 Zona Jan

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