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Use of First Law Energy Balance as a Screening Tool for Building Energy Use Data: Experiences on the Inclusion of Outside Air Enthalpy Variable
(Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu), 2009-11)
Quality controlled energy-use data is the foundation of energy performance evaluation for a building. The “Energy Balance Load” (EBL), a parameter derived from the first law of thermodynamics based on a whole-building ...
Study of the Outside Air Enthalpy Effects in the Screening of Metered Building Energy Data
(Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu), 2008-12)
The energy consumption in a building is affected by many parameters including the occupancy, equipment, schedule time, HVAC systems and outside environment conditions. Currently, the outside air dry-bulb temperature (TOA) ...