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1 Load Short orm October 1, 26 resh Air Corporation or: Project Information Mr. and Ms. Smith 1 Easy Lane, Perfect, ST Phone: ax: Design Information Outside db ( ) Inside db ( ) Design TD ( ) Daily range Inside humidity (%) Moisture difference (gr/lb) Htg Clg L 5 33 Method Construction quality ireplaces Infiltration Simplified Average HEATING EQUIPMENT COOLING EQUIPMENT Make Make Trade Trade Model Cond Coil Efficiency 8 AUE Efficiency EER Heating input Btuh Sensible cooling Btuh Heating output Btuh Latent cooling Btuh Temperature rise Total cooling Btuh Actual air flow 55 cfm Actual air flow 55 cfm Air flow factor.175 cfm/btuh Air flow factor.42 cfm/btuh Static pressure.5 in H2O Static pressure.5 in H2O Space thermostat Load sensible heat ratio.87 ROOM NAME Area Htg load Clg load Htg AV Clg AV (ft²) (Btuh) (Btuh) (cfm) (cfm) Living room Dining Kitchen Bedroom Hall Master Laundry Bedroom Master Bath Office Room Mudroom Page 1

2 Other equip loads RSM Latent cooling 1874 TOTALS Page 2

3 Building Analysis October 1, 26 resh Air Corporation or: Project Information Mr. and Ms. Smith 1 Easy Lane, Perfect, ST Phone: ax: Design Conditions Location: Indoor: Heating Cooling Honolulu, HI, US Indoor temperature ( ) Elevation: 16 ft Design TD ( ) 5 13 Latitude: 21 N Relative humidity (%) 5 5 Outdoor: Heating Cooling Moisture difference (gr/lb) Dry bulb ( ) Infiltration: Daily range ( ) 12 ( L ) Method Simplified et bulb ( ) 73 Construction quality Average ind speed (mph) ireplaces Heating Component alls Glazing Doors Ceilings loors Infiltration Ducts Piping Humidification Ventilation Adjustments Total Btuh/ft² Btuh % of load Glazing Doors alls Ceilings Other Infiltration Hydronic Ventilation Ducts Cooling Component alls Glazing Doors Ceilings loors Infiltration Ducts Ventilation Internal gains Blower Adjustments Total Btuh/ft² Btuh % of load Glazing alls Ventilation Doors Ceilings Ducts Infiltration Overall Uvalue =.65 Btuh/ft² Data entries checked. Page 1

4 Component Constructions October 1, 26 resh Air Corporation or: Project Information Mr. and Ms. Smith 1 Easy Lane, Perfect, ST Phone: ax: Design Conditions Location: Indoor: Heating Cooling Honolulu, HI, US Indoor temperature ( ) Elevation: 16 ft Design TD ( ) 5 13 Latitude: 21 N Relative humidity (%) 5 5 Outdoor: Heating Cooling Moisture difference (gr/lb) Dry bulb ( ) Infiltration: Daily range ( ) 12 ( L ) Method Simplified et bulb ( ) 73 Construction quality Average ind speed (mph) ireplaces Construction descriptions alls 15B1sfc2: Basement 8" concrete, no framing or interior finish, R1 foam bd to floor, 2' Or Area Uvalue Insul R ft² Btuh/ft² ft² /Btuh n e s w all Htg HTM Btuh/ft² Loss Btuh Clg HTM Btuh/ft² Gain Btuh Partitions (none) indows 1Dc2ow: Operable, clear glass, wood frame, 2 pane n e s w all Doors 11D: ood door, solid core, no storm n s all Ceilings 16B3ad: Ceiling under vented attic, no radiant barrier, dark shingles, R3 insulation loors 41B: Radiant panel over basement, 3/4" ply subflr, Omega heat xfer plates 21B28t: Tile covered basement floor, R3 or higher insul, 28' wide Page 1

5 Project Summary October 1, 26 resh Air Corporation Project Information or: Notes: Mr. and Ms. Smith 1 Easy Lane, Perfect, ST Phone: ax: Location known for high winds. Design Information eather: Honolulu, HI, US inter Design Conditions Summer Design Conditions Outside db 63 Outside db 88 Inside db 68 Inside db 75 Design TD 5 Design TD 13 Daily range L Relative humidity 5 % Moisture difference 33 gr/lb Heating Summary Sensible Cooling Equipment Load Sizing Structure 1691 Btuh Structure 8767 Btuh Ducts 1191 Btuh Ducts 3263 Btuh Central vent (26 cfm) 144 Btuh Central vent (26 cfm) 384 Btuh Humidification Btuh Blower Btuh Piping 152 Btuh Equipment load 3178 Btuh Use manufacturer's data n Rate/swing multiplier.93 Infiltration Equipment sensible load Btuh Method Simplified Latent Cooling Equipment Load Sizing Construction quality Average ireplaces Structure 773 Btuh Ducts 521 Btuh Heating Cooling Central vent (26 cfm) 58 Btuh Area (ft²) Equipment latent load 1874 Btuh Volume (ft³) Air changes/hour.38.2 Equipment total load Btuh Equiv. AV (cfm) Req. total capacity at.7 SHR 1.4 ton Heating Equipment Summary Cooling Equipment Summary Make Make Trade Trade Model Cond Coil Efficiency 8 AUE Efficiency EER Heating input Btuh Sensible cooling Btuh Heating output Btuh Latent cooling Btuh Temperature rise Total cooling Btuh Actual air flow 55 cfm Actual air flow 55 cfm Air flow factor.175 cfm/btuh Air flow factor.42 cfm/btuh Static pressure.5 in H2O Static pressure.5 in H2O Space thermostat Load sensible heat ratio.87 Page 1

6 AED Assessment October 1, 26 resh Air Corporation or: Project Information Mr. and Ms. Smith 1 Easy Lane, Perfect, ST Phone: ax: Design Conditions Location: Indoor: Heating Cooling Honolulu, HI, US Indoor temperature ( ) Elevation: 16 ft Design TD ( ) 5 13 Latitude: 21 N Relative humidity (%) 5 5 Outdoor: Heating Cooling Moisture difference (gr/lb) Dry bulb ( ) Daily range ( ) 12 ( L ) Infiltration: et bulb ( ) 73 ind speed (mph) , Test for Adequate Exposure Diversity Hourly Glazing Load 6, Glazing load (Btuh) 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Hour of Day Hourly Average AED limit Maximum hourly glazing load exceeds average by 13.1%. House has adequate exposure diversity (AED), based on AED limit of 3%. AED excursion: Btuh Page 1

7 RightJ orksheet resh Air Corporation October 1, 26 1 Room name Living room 2 Exposed wall 24. ft 25. ft 3 Ceiling height 8. ft 8. ft 4 Room dimensions 1. x 15. ft 5 Room area 175. ft² 15. ft² Ty Construction Uvalue Or HTM Area (ft²) Load Area (ft²) Load number (Btuh/ft² ) (Btuh/ft²) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) 6 15B1sfc2.83 n G 1Dc2ow.57 n D 11D.39 n B1sfc2.83 e G 1Dc2ow.57 e B1sfc2.83 s G 1Dc2ow.57 s D 11D.39 s B1sfc2.83 w G 1Dc2ow.57 w C 16B3ad B B28t c) AED excursion 317 Envelope loss/gain a) Infiltration b) Room ventilation 13 Internal gains: Subtotal (lines 6 to 13) Less external load Less transfer Redistribution 14 Subtotal Duct loads 7% 37% % 37% Total room load Air required (cfm) Page 1

8 RightJ orksheet resh Air Corporation October 1, 26 1 Room name Dining Kitchen 2 Exposed wall 14. ft 26. ft 3 Ceiling height 8. ft 8. ft 4 Room dimensions 14. x 1. ft 11. x 15. ft 5 Room area 14. ft² 165. ft² Ty Construction Uvalue Or HTM Area (ft²) Load Area (ft²) Load number (Btuh/ft² ) (Btuh/ft²) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) 6 15B1sfc2.83 n G 1Dc2ow.57 n D 11D.39 n B1sfc2.83 e G 1Dc2ow.57 e B1sfc2.83 s G 1Dc2ow.57 s D 11D.39 s B1sfc2.83 w G 1Dc2ow.57 w C 16B3ad B B28t c) AED excursion Envelope loss/gain a) Infiltration b) Room ventilation 13 Internal gains: Subtotal (lines 6 to 13) Less external load Less transfer Redistribution 14 Subtotal Duct loads 7% 37% % 37% Total room load Air required (cfm) Page 2

9 RightJ orksheet resh Air Corporation October 1, 26 1 Room name Bedroom 1 Hall 2 Exposed wall 28. ft 6. ft 3 Ceiling height 8. ft 8. ft 4 Room dimensions 18. x 1. ft 1. x 13. ft 5 Room area 18. ft² 13. ft² Ty Construction Uvalue Or HTM Area (ft²) Load Area (ft²) Load number (Btuh/ft² ) (Btuh/ft²) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) 6 15B1sfc2.83 n G 1Dc2ow.57 n D 11D.39 n B1sfc2.83 e G 1Dc2ow.57 e B1sfc2.83 s G 1Dc2ow.57 s D 11D.39 s B1sfc2.83 w G 1Dc2ow.57 w C 16B3ad B B28t c) AED excursion Envelope loss/gain a) Infiltration b) Room ventilation 13 Internal gains: Subtotal (lines 6 to 13) Less external load Less transfer Redistribution 14 Subtotal Duct loads 7% 37% % 37% Total room load Air required (cfm) Page 3

10 RightJ orksheet resh Air Corporation October 1, 26 1 Room name Master Laundry 2 Exposed wall 31. ft 18. ft 3 Ceiling height 8. ft 8. ft 4 Room dimensions 16. x 15. ft 7. x 11. ft 5 Room area 24. ft² 77. ft² Ty Construction Uvalue Or HTM Area (ft²) Load Area (ft²) Load number (Btuh/ft² ) (Btuh/ft²) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) 6 15B1sfc2.83 n G 1Dc2ow.57 n D 11D.39 n B1sfc2.83 e G 1Dc2ow.57 e B1sfc2.83 s G 1Dc2ow.57 s D 11D.39 s B1sfc2.83 w G 1Dc2ow.57 w C 16B3ad B B28t c) AED excursion Envelope loss/gain a) Infiltration b) Room ventilation 13 Internal gains: Subtotal (lines 6 to 13) Less external load Less transfer Redistribution 14 Subtotal Duct loads 7% 37% % 37% Total room load Air required (cfm) Page 4

11 RightJ orksheet resh Air Corporation October 1, 26 1 Room name Bedroom 2 Master Bath 2 Exposed wall 26. ft 16. ft 3 Ceiling height 8. ft 8. ft 4 Room dimensions 12. x 14. ft 6. x 1. ft 5 Room area 168. ft² 6. ft² Ty Construction Uvalue Or HTM Area (ft²) Load Area (ft²) Load number (Btuh/ft² ) (Btuh/ft²) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) 6 15B1sfc2.83 n G 1Dc2ow.57 n D 11D.39 n B1sfc2.83 e G 1Dc2ow.57 e B1sfc2.83 s G 1Dc2ow.57 s D 11D.39 s B1sfc2.83 w G 1Dc2ow.57 w C 16B3ad B B28t c) AED excursion 41 2 Envelope loss/gain a) Infiltration b) Room ventilation 13 Internal gains: Subtotal (lines 6 to 13) Less external load Less transfer Redistribution 14 Subtotal Duct loads 7% 37% % 37% Total room load Air required (cfm) Page 5

12 RightJ orksheet resh Air Corporation October 1, 26 1 Room name Office Room28 2 Exposed wall 1. ft 19. ft 3 Ceiling height 8. ft 8. ft 4 Room dimensions 1. x 1. ft 1. x 23. ft 5 Room area 1. ft² 23. ft² Ty Construction Uvalue Or HTM Area (ft²) Load Area (ft²) Load number (Btuh/ft² ) (Btuh/ft²) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) 6 15B1sfc2.83 n G 1Dc2ow.57 n D 11D.39 n B1sfc2.83 e G 1Dc2ow.57 e B1sfc2.83 s G 1Dc2ow.57 s D 11D.39 s B1sfc2.83 w G 1Dc2ow.57 w C 16B3ad B B28t c) AED excursion Envelope loss/gain a) Infiltration b) Room ventilation 13 Internal gains: Subtotal (lines 6 to 13) Less external load Less transfer Redistribution 14 Subtotal Duct loads 7% 37% % 37% Total room load Air required (cfm) Page 6

13 RightJ orksheet resh Air Corporation October 1, 26 1 Room name Mudroom 2 Exposed wall 21. ft 3 Ceiling height 8. ft 4 Room dimensions 11. x 1. ft 5 Room area 11. ft² Ty Construction Uvalue Or HTM Area (ft²) Load Area Load number (Btuh/ft² ) (Btuh/ft²) or perimeter (ft) (Btuh) or perimeter 6 15B1sfc2.83 n G 1Dc2ow.57 n D 11D.39 n B1sfc2.83 e G 1Dc2ow.57 e B1sfc2.83 s G 1Dc2ow.57 s D 11D.39 s B1sfc2.83 w G 1Dc2ow.57 w C 16B3ad B B28t c) AED excursion 119 Envelope loss/gain a) Infiltration b) Room ventilation 13 Internal gains: Subtotal (lines 6 to 13) Less external load Less transfer Redistribution 14 Subtotal Duct loads 7% 37% Total room load Air required (cfm) Page 7

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