[Equest-users] 90.1-2007 Table 7.8 Water Heater Efficiencies
Zoeteman, Mark R.
mrzoeteman at FTCH.com
Tue Oct 4 04:44:11 PDT 2011
Paul,
I interpret as the allowable Standby Loss is:
80%Et (Q/800+110 SqRt V)
Footnote a indicates SL is maximum BTU/h based on 70 degree temp difference between stored water and ambient requirements.
Mark
From: equest-users-bounces at lists.onebuilding.org [mailto:equest-users-bounces at lists.onebuilding.org] On Behalf Of Paul Diglio
Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2011 7:37 AM
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Subject: [Equest-users] 90.1-2007 Table 7.8 Water Heater Efficiencies
Could anyone help me understand the calculation for the minimum efficiency of gas storage water heaters per the table above?
The calculation is 80%Et (Q/800+110 SqRt V) SL, Btuh.
I understand that Q is the nameplate input rate in Btuh and V is the volume.
Do I use the volume of the whole system, the storage tank only or the recovery rate volume?
I understand SL is the standby loss. Does SL, Btuh mean multiply the equation in parenthesis by the standby loss in btu's per hour?
Thanks for the help,
Paul Diglio
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