[Equest-users] Equipment Load
hongjing.shirley at gmail.com
Tue Dec 18 06:10:58 PST 2018
Thanks for your reply. It is very helpful. Yes, we have an exhaust fan in
the kitchen, I wonder if there is an equation to estimate the cooling load
for a kitchen like this.
On Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 6:38 AM Paul Diglio <paul.diglio at sbcglobal.net>
> 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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