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Pacific Northwest commercial building energy characteristics and analysis.

Pacific Northwest commercial building energy characteristics and analysis.

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Published by Synergic Resources Corporation in Seattle, WA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsUnited States. Bonneville Power Administration.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17590520M

This image shows the how the AD tsunami from the Pacific Northwest crossed the Pacific Ocean. Image from the Pacific Geoscience Center of the Natural Resources of Canada. Tsunamis and seiches are destructive waves which can be triggered by certain types of large earthquakes. When a fault with vertical movement ruptures the ocean floor, it. Partners: Clemson University, Drexel University, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Southern Company, and Ingersoll Rand/Trane Despite wide adoption of building automation systems in commercial buildings, there is a lack of integrated control systems to proactively and adaptively consider characteristics and real-time performance of.

According to the Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS), space conditioning in U.S. commercial buildings is responsible for 2 quadrillion Btus (Quads) per year of site energy use (EIA ). This study, summarized in the accompanying set of charts, quantifies the approximate contribution of the major building components - roofs. Evaluating a Building Site – While the Pacific Northwest may have good to excellent solar potential, not every building site will be suitable for a solar installation. The first step in the design of a photovoltaic system is determining if the site you are considering has good solar potential. Some questions you should ask are.

  NREL, along with partners from Pacific Northwest (PNNL), Argonne (ANL), and Los Alamos (LANL) National Laboratories, as well as from the NOWRDC and BOEM Pacific, is using data from those new sources and numerical modeling to update and enhance DOE’s Wind Integration National Dataset (WIND) Toolkit, the United States’ most extensive public data set .   Data tables contain statistics related to construction, building technologies, energy consumption, and building characteristics. International Buildings. IBEX: Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL) developed an online database that houses information on international buildings energy efficiency projects – International Building Energy.


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Pacific Northwest commercial building energy characteristics and analysis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Building Characteristics Total Floorspace Total commercial floorspace in the Pacific Northwest was billion square feet incompared with billion in This change represents an increase of 35 percent, or just over 2 percent per year for 14 years.

Building Types Floorspace by building type is shown in Figure Infiltration modeling guidelines for commercial building energy analysis Submitted by admin on Wed, 07/29/ - This report presents a methodology for modeling air infiltration in EnergyPlus to account for envelope air barrier characteristics.

Bonneville has partnered with U.S. Department of Energy and National Renewable Energy Laboratory to develop advanced tools for analysis of energy use by residential buildings in the Pacific Northwest.

Our work focuses on two tools based on EnergyPlus, the Department of Energy's flagship simulation engine, and the OpenStudio platform. Administration’s Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS).

(DOE EIA ) This whitepaper presents the results of an analysis of the building envelope characteristics reported in the CBECS, disaggregated to DOE’s Commercial Reference building definitions (as listed in Deru and Griffith ).

Commercial Building Energy Asset Score Tool. The Commercial Building Energy Asset Score is web-based tool which provides a voluntary energy performance rating, to evaluate the physical characteristics of existing buildings ().

The building physical characteristics include the building Cited by: Commercial Building Energy Analysis. K Gowri. D Winiarski. R Jarnagin. September ii. iii Executive Summary. This report presents a methodology for modeling air infiltration in EnergyPlus to account for envelope air barrier characteristics.

Based on a review of various infiltration modeling options. Introduction to Commercial Building HVAC Systems and Energy Code Requirements Reid Hart, PE, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory U.S.

Department of Energy Building Energy Codes Program. Energy Codes Commentator Webinar Series. AIA Provider #: I AIA Course #: BECPWS ICC Provider Course # Aug PNNL-SA Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS), the Pacific Northwest Baseline Analysis 4, ongoing PIER research on plug loads, and other field studies currently underway.

Defining the ranges for low and high performance for each variable is a key aspect of this. Commercial buildings consume nearly half of the building energy used in the United States, representing roughly 20% of total U.S.

energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. 1,2. With energy expenditures averaging more than $2 per square foot (ft. 2) in commercial and government buildings, 3. energy use is a cost worth managing. Energy Management Technician Program. Lane Community College’s Energy Management Technician program was designed to provide students in rural areas and students who are not able to attend “traditional” classes at the college’s home base in Eugene, Oregon with access to high-wage, high-skill jobs in the region’s residential and commercial building sectors.

The standardized baseline has been developed using the ASHRAE Standard prototype building models developed by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (Thorton et al. The prototype buildings represent 80% of the commercial building floor area in the United States for new construction, including both Quick-Service Restaurant.

Pacific Northwest National Lab, Richland, WA (O&M) problems. Because energy consumption in large commercial buildings is a complex function of climatic conditions, building characteristics, building usage, system characteristics and type of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment used, a multiple linear regression.

Buildings Energy Data Book is a statistical compendium prepared and published under contract with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) with support from the U.S.

Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). PNNL first published the predecessor to the annual Buildings Energy Data Book in randomly selected buildings throughout the Pacific Northwest, we examined the building and performance characteristics of 24 LEED buildings constructed between and in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

The paper directly compares the characteristics of the LEED buildings to a larger sample of buildings in a field study of building.

"Understanding the U.S. Commercial Building Stock: Building Envelope and HVAC Systems Characteristics Using CBECS Data Analysis." In ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, August, Pacific Grove, CA, - Buildings Energy Data Book (U.S. Department of Energy) By Prepared for the Buildings Technologies Program, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, U.S.

Department of Energy, by D&R International, Ltd., under contract to Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory, Department of Energy funding provides a public building performance database [2] that presents the energy related characteristics of commercial and residential buildings.

According to the database, the hotel industry’s mean annual site energy use per unit area is kBTU per square foot ( This gardening book is written expressly for Inland Northwest gardeners, with respect to climate, growing season, and soil. Commercial and Industrial Buildings Renewable Energy Residential Buildings Blueberry Cultivars for the Pacific Northwest.

This publication describes northern highbush, southern highbush, rabbiteye, lowbush, and. This presentation is prepared by the Pacific Northwest National Lighting and Air Conditioning are the largest energy users in commercial buildings.

Commercial Buildings Growth Forecast Currently ~ 1, million m2 Economic characteristics. Payback period Source: USAID, The purpose of this project was to develop standard or reference building energy models for the most common commercial buildings to serve as starting points for analysis related to energy efficiency research.

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Managed by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) for BTO, the Connected Lighting Test Bed is a large warehouse space filled with a variety of lights, cables, controllers and computers.

PNNL scientists. A recent study, focused on the Pacific Northwest, estimates that the total demand for CLT panels is expected to grow thousand cubic meters bywith almost two-thirds of this demand being in multi-story, multi-family and commercial buildings between 4 and 8 stories tall. This study also highlights the importance of hybrid CLT.