"This thesis develops a method and a resulting computer program for estimating the energy input required by the heating-cooling-ventilating system of a building. The computer program has the ability to model the ventilating system and all the inefficiencies introduced when the heating system is allowed to fight the cooling system to provide temperature control within the conditioned space. The program also can consider mechanical heat reclaim accurately, making the consideration on a time of need versus a time of occurrence basis. The program is written to utilize input data in rather simplified form. This allows the program to be used during early design stages for a project when only general concepts are available to get comparisons of types of systems, or final design characteristics may be used to prepare highly accurate estimates. Weather data is used in such a form that average data for a period of years can be used for input or any specific year may be used individually"--Abstract, page ii.
Morgan, J. Derald
Gross, Charles A.
Winrich, Lonny B.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
vii, 132 pages
© 1970 Carl William Glaser, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Energy consumption -- Computer simulation
Buildings -- Electric equipment -- Computer simulation
Air conditioning -- Computer simulation
Industrial buildings -- Heating and ventilation -- Computer simulation
Heat recovery -- Computer simulation
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Glaser, Carl William, "Computerized methods for estimating heating-cooling-ventilating system usage in all-electric buildings" (1970). Masters Theses. 7117.