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# B10:

Windows area , sq ft
Area of glassed structure that solar haet gain get thru at varies exposure.
( N,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW) , Chapter 3
C11:
Solar heat gain thru glass,Btu/(hr)-(sq ft)
Case 1; With Storage factor
Multiplying of "Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month ,
location ,exposure) and " Storage load factors of solar heat gain".( Table 6, Page
29for Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass and Table 7,8,9,10 or 11,Page 30-34
for Storage load factors of solar heat gain thruglass) :
Example :
The peak solar heat gain for a west exposurein July at 40 north Latitude= 164
Btu/hr-sqft(Tbl.6) and the
= 0.66for a west exposure at 4 pm ,the weight ~ 100 lb/sq ft. So, the
Solar heat gain thru glass for a west
= 164x0.66 =108.24 Btu/hr
Case 2 ;Without Storage factor
Solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month , location ,exposure) ,
( Table15, Page 44-49)
E11:
Over all Factor for solar heat gain
Case 1: With storage factor
Factor for adjustment of the value of solar heat gain as the effect of Shading Device
or Glass block . And the correction factor( Table 16,Page 52,Over all Factors for
solar heat gain thru glass , Table 17, Page 54, Solar heat gain for glass block)
Example :
Factor of solar heat gain thru glassfor the Regular plate Glass= 0.94
Case 2 : Without storage factor
Correction factor on the bottom of Table 15, Page 44-49
G11:
Out door & Room condition
- Outdoor condition see Table 1-3 Page10-19- Room Condition see Table 4-5, Page
20-23
J11:
Windows area , sq ft
Area of glassed structure that solar haet gain get thru at varies exposure.
( N,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW) , Chapter 3
C12:
Solar heat gain thru glass,Btu/(hr)-(sq ft)
Case 1; With Storage factor
Multiplying of "Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month ,
location ,exposure) and " Storage load factors of solar heat gain".( Table 6, Page
29for Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass and Table 7,8,9,10 or 11,Page 30-34
for Storage load factors of solar heat gain thruglass) :
Example :

The peak solar heat gain for a west exposurein July at 40 north Latitude= 164
Btu/hr-sqft(Tbl.6) and the
= 0.66for a west exposure at 4 pm ,the weight ~ 100 lb/sq ft. So, the
Solar heat gain thru glass for a west
= 164x0.66 =108.24 Btu/hr
Case 2 ;Without Storage factor
Solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month , location ,exposure) ,
( Table15, Page 44-49)
E12:
Over all Factor for solar heat gain
Case 1: With storage factor
Factor for adjustment of the value of solar heat gain as the effect of Shading Device
or Glass block . And the correction factor( Table 16,Page 52,Over all Factors for
solar heat gain thru glass , Table 17, Page 54, Solar heat gain for glass block)
Example :
Factor of solar heat gain thru glassfor the Regular plate Glass= 0.94
Case 2 : Without storage factor
Correction factor on the bottom of Table 15, Page 44-49
G12:
Windows area , sq ft
Area of glassed structure that solar haet gain get thru at varies exposure.
( N,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW) , Chapter 3
C13:
Solar heat gain thru glass,Btu/(hr)-(sq ft)
Case 1; With Storage factor
Multiplying of "Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month ,
location ,exposure) and " Storage load factors of solar heat gain".( Table 6, Page
29for Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass and Table 7,8,9,10 or 11,Page 30-34
for Storage load factors of solar heat gain thruglass) :
Example :
The peak solar heat gain for a west exposurein July at 40 north Latitude= 164
Btu/hr-sqft(Tbl.6) and the
= 0.66for a west exposure at 4 pm ,the weight ~ 100 lb/sq ft. So, the
Solar heat gain thru glass for a west
= 164x0.66 =108.24 Btu/hr
Case 2 ;Without Storage factor
Solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month , location ,exposure) ,
( Table15, Page 44-49)
E13:
Over all Factor for solar heat gain
Case 1: With storage factor
Factor for adjustment of the value of solar heat gain as the effect of Shading Device
or Glass block . And the correction factor( Table 16,Page 52,Over all Factors for
solar heat gain thru glass , Table 17, Page 54, Solar heat gain for glass block)
Example :

Factor of solar heat gain thru glassfor the Regular plate Glass= 0.94
Case 2 : Without storage factor
Correction factor on the bottom of Table 15, Page 44-49
G13:
Windows area , sq ft
Area of glassed structure that solar haet gain get thru at varies exposure.
( N,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW) , Chapter 3
C14:
Solar heat gain thru glass,Btu/(hr)-(sq ft)
Case 1; With Storage factor
Multiplying of "Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month ,
location ,exposure) and " Storage load factors of solar heat gain".( Table 6, Page
29for Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass and Table 7,8,9,10 or 11,Page 30-34
for Storage load factors of solar heat gain thruglass) :
Example :
The peak solar heat gain for a west exposurein July at 40 north Latitude= 164
Btu/hr-sqft(Tbl.6) and the
= 0.66for a west exposure at 4 pm ,the weight ~ 100 lb/sq ft. So, the
Solar heat gain thru glass for a west
= 164x0.66 =108.24 Btu/hr
Case 2 ;Without Storage factor
Solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month , location ,exposure) ,
( Table15, Page 44-49)
E14:
Over all Factor for solar heat gain
Case 1: With storage factor
Factor for adjustment of the value of solar heat gain as the effect of Shading Device
or Glass block . And the correction factor( Table 16,Page 52,Over all Factors for
solar heat gain thru glass , Table 17, Page 54, Solar heat gain for glass block)
Example :
Factor of solar heat gain thru glassfor the Regular plate Glass= 0.94
Case 2 : Without storage factor
Correction factor on the bottom of Table 15, Page 44-49
G14:
Windows area , sq ft
Area of glassed structure that solar haet gain get thru the vertical exposure.; Chapter
3
C15:
Solar heat gain thru glass,Btu/(hr)-(sq ft)
Case 1; With Storage factor
Multiplying of "Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month ,
location ,exposure) and " Storage load factors of solar heat gain".( Table 6, Page
29for Peak solar heat gain thru ordinary glass and Table 7,8,9,10 or 11,Page 30-34
for Storage load factors of solar heat gain thruglass) :
Example :
The peak solar heat gain for a west exposurein July at 40 north Latitude= 164
Btu/hr-sqft(Tbl.6) and the

= 0.66for a west exposure at 4 pm ,the weight ~ 100 lb/sq ft. So, the
Solar heat gain thru glass for a west
= 164x0.66 =108.24 Btu/hr
Case 2 ;Without Storage factor
Solar heat gain thru ordinary glass" (at the selected month , location ,exposure) ,
( Table15, Page 44-49)
E15:
Over all Factor for solar heat gain
Case 1: With storage factor
Factor for adjustment of the value of solar heat gain as the effect of Shading Device
or Glass block . And the correction factor( Table 16,Page 52,Over all Factors for
solar heat gain thru glass , Table 17, Page 54, Solar heat gain for glass block)
Example :
Factor of solar heat gain thru glassfor the Regular plate Glass= 0.94
Case 2 : Without storage factor
Correction factor on the bottom of Table 15, Page 44-49
G15:
People, Person
Amount of people in the A/C area.
K16:
Ventilation rate, CFM/Person
Ventilation rate base on the quantity of person inconditioning space. ( Table45,
Page97)
M16:
Wall area , sq ft
Area of wall or roof that conducted heat gain get thru at each exposure. (
,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW)
C17:
Equivalent temperature diff. ,Deg F
Operation of Equivalent temperature difference value (wall , roof , Table 19, ,Page
62) andCorrection number ( Table20A , Page 63,64)
G17:
Ventilation rate, CFM/Sq.ft
Ventilation rate base on the size ot theconditioning space. ( Table45, Page97)
M17:
Wall area , sq ft
Area of wall or roof that conducted heat gain get thru at each exposure.
( ,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW)
C18:
Equivalent temperature diff. ,Deg F
Operation of Equivalent temperature difference value (wall , roof , Table 19, ,Page
62) andCorrection number ( Table20A , Page 63,64)
E18:
Transmission Coefficient, U, (Btu/(hr)(sq ft)(deg F)

## Value of Transmission Coefficient , U Value of each type of wall material ( Table

21,22,23,24,25,26 ,Page 66-70)
G18:
Wall area , sq ft
Area of wall or roof that conducted heat gain get thru at each exposure.
( ,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW)
C19:
Equivalent temperature diff. ,Deg F
Operation of Equivalent temperature difference value (wall , roof , Table 19, ,Page
62) andCorrection number ( Table20A , Page 63,64)
E19:
Transmission Coefficient, U, (Btu/(hr)(sq ft)(deg F)
Value of Transmission Coefficient , U Value of each type of wall material ( Table
21,22,23,24,25,26 ,Page 66-70)
G19:
Wall area , sq ft
Area of wall or roof that conducted heat gain get thru at each exposure.
( ,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW)
C20:
Equivalent temperature diff. ,Deg F
Operation of Equivalent temperature difference value (wall , roof , Table 19, ,Page
62) andCorrection number ( Table20A , Page 63,64)
E20:
Transmission Coefficient, U, (Btu/(hr)(sq ft)(deg F)
Value of Transmission Coefficient , U Value of each type of wall material ( Table
21,22,23,24,25,26 ,Page 66-70)
G20:
People, Person
Amount of people in the A/C area.
L20:
Infiltration rate
Infiltration rate base on number of people ,See Table41, Page 90
M20:
Wall area , sq ft
Area of wall or roof that conducted heat gain get thru at each exposure.
( ,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW)
C21:
Equivalent temperature diff. ,Deg F
Operation of Equivalent temperature difference value (wall , roof , Table 20, ,Page
63) andCorrection number ( Table20A , Page 63,64)
E21:
Transmission Coefficient, U, (Btu/(hr)(sq ft)(deg F)
Value of Transmission Coefficient , U Value of each type of Roof material ( Table
27,28,Page 71,72)
G21:
Door,
The numbe of open door of the A/C area.
L21:
Infiltration rate

## Infiltration rate base on number of opening doors ,See Table41, Page 90

M21:
Wall area , sq ft
Area of wall or roof that conducted heat gain get thru at each exposure.
( ,E,S,W,NE,SE,SW,NW)
C22:
Equivalent temperature diff. ,Deg F
Operation of Equivalent temperature difference value (wall , roof , Table 20, ,Page
63) andCorrection number ( Table20A , Page 63,64)
E22:
Transmission Coefficient, U, (Btu/(hr)(sq ft)(deg F)
Value of Transmission Coefficient , U Value of each type of Roof material ( Table
27,28,Page 71,72)
G22:
Exhaust capacity ,CFM
Exhaust capacity of the system
O22:
Glassed area , sq ft
Heat transmission area thu
glass
except wall & roof.
C24:
Dry bulb temp. diff , F
Dry bulb temperature difference between outdoor temperature and air conditioning
room temperature.(See the data at the top of calculation sheet)
E24:
U Value of glass ,Btu/hr-sq.ft-F
Transmission Coefficient value of Windows,skylights, doors& Glass block ( Table 33,
Page 76)
G24:
Partition area , sq ft
Heat transmission area thu
partition
except wall & roof.
C25:
Dry bulb temp. diff , F
Dry bulb temperature difference betaween another side of partition and air
conditioning room temperature.
E25:
U Value of Partition ,Btu/hr-sq.ft-F
Transmission Coefficient value of Partitions( Table 25,26, Page 69,70)
G25:
Ceiling area , sq ft
Heat transmission area thu
ceiling
except wall & roof.
C26:
Dry bulb temp. diff , F

Dry bulb temperature difference betaween above ceiling and air conditioning room
temperature.
E26:
U Value of Partition ,Btu/hr-sq.ft-F
Transmission Coefficient value of Ceiling or floor( Table 29,30 Page 73,74)
G26:
Floor area , sq ft
Heat transmission area thu
floor
except wall & roof.
C27:
Dry bulb temp. diff , F
Dry bulb temperature difference betaween under floor temperature and air
conditioning room temperature.
E27:
U Value of Partition ,Btu/hr-sq.ft-F
Transmission Coefficient value of Ceiling or floor( Table 29,30 Page 73,74)
G27:
Infiltration , cfm
Ignorethis value in case of ventilation excess Infiltration of air thu window,door,crack
or swinging door,(See note 4)
C28:
Dry bulb temp. diff , F
Dry bulb temperature difference between outdoor temperature and air conditioning
room temperature.(See the data at the top of calculation sheet)
E28:
Apparatus dewpoint
Define from Table 65,Page or Psychrometric chart Fig 33 ,Page116
L30:
People, Person
Amount of people in the A/C area.
C31:
Heat gain from people, Btu/hr
Sensible heat release from body when they aredoing the activity ( Table 48 ,Page
100)
G31:
Power, kw
Grossory of power of operating motor in the A/C area. It can generate heat to be the
C32:
Heat gain from electric motor, Btu/hr
Sensible heat release from motor into the A/Carea ( Table 53 ,Page 105)
G32:
Power, kw
Grossory of power of lighting in the A/C area. It can generate heat to be the cooling