[Equest-users] Equipment Load

Paul Diglio paul.diglio at sbcglobal.net
Tue Dec 18 04:38:15 PST 2018


Usually there is an exhaust hood with makeup air in the kitchen.  If this is true, then you need to estimate how much heat is actually transmitted to the space compared to how much heat is expelled through the hood.  This should lower your cooling load.

Paul Diglio
87 Fairmont Avenue 
New Haven, CT  06513 

On Mon, 12/17/18, Jing Hong via Equest-users <equest-users at lists.onebuilding.org> wrote:

 Subject: [Equest-users] Equipment Load
 To: equest-users at lists.onebuilding.org, equest-users at onebuilding.org, equestuser00 at gmail.com
 Date: Monday, December 17, 2018, 7:37 PM
 I have a question regarding
 the internal load.
 Under the Equipment tab of
 the internal load, there are two tables. One is Equipment
 and another is Internal Energy Sources. For my project with
 a kitchen serving 5 hours daily, how to input the power?
 For example, based on the specification sheets, we have
 26.5 W/sqft input power density for electricity, and
 474,000 Btu/hr for gas equipment. However, it will make the
 cooling load so huge for cooling
 systems. Does anyone know
 how eQuest convert energy input to cooling load? Did I fill
 the tables right?
 Thank you!Jing_______________________________________________
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