[BLDG-SIM] Need BIN Data
mwilsonbc at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 28 09:35:15 PDT 2001
You could also create your own BIN data from TMY or
WYEC2 files using Excel. Just manipulate the data and
you can create whatever you want. the advantage of
this is that you can break the data up by time of day,
and also use whatever bin size you like.
You can get TMY data free at:
Or there's lots of places to get TMY/WYEC2 data for a
fee (ie. Ashrae)
For recent (specific year) data you could try the
University of Dayton site. This is just daily average
temp, but is complete from 1995 to today. You could
use it to compare/adjust BIN data:
--- "STANLEY, BRUCE E" <bstanley at oppd.com> wrote:
> We are looking at energy costs for residential
> applications in the Omaha, NE
> We are using both Degree Day Method and BIN Method
> for approximating energy
> Degree Day data is easy to find off of the web.
> However, BIN Data is much
> more difficult. What are good sources of BIN Data?
> Prefer free sources, but would be willing to pay.
> Can this data be obtained
> based on yearly totals? Recent years are preferred.
> Thank you in Advance,
> Bruce Stanley
> Heat pumps are energy efficient.
> Bruce E. Stanley, P.E. C.E.M.
> Energy Management Engineer
> Omaha Public Power District
> 444 South 16th Street Mall, 2E/EP2
> Omaha, Nebraska 68102-2247
> Phone: (402) 636-3519
> Fax: (402) 636-3918
> E-Mail: bstanley at oppd.com
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