[Hap-users] LEED System type 5: Supply Air Temp Reset

Orlinvelin Hotmail orlinvelin at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 8 04:54:47 PST 2012

I have similar question on how do you simulate chilled water reset which is required for the baseline model? Actually I have a comment from USGBC on this!


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On Nov 5, 2012, at 9:14 AM, "Matthew Scott" <MScott at nefisher.com> wrote:

> For LEED baseline system type 5, the Supply Air Temperature for cooling “shall be reset higher by 5 degrees F under the minimum cooling load conditions.”
> I take this to mean under Capacity Control, I should select “Temp Reset by Greatest Zone Demand” and set the Max Supply Temperature to 60 degrees since I have the Supply Temp set to 55 degrees. Reading the Help description on this setting makes me think otherwise, but there doesn’t appear to be a better option.
> I’ve attached a screen shot of the cooling settings:
> <image001.png>
> Perhaps the tech team could post a guide on how to properly execute all of the LEED / Appendix G requirements for each system type in HAP.
> Thanks for your help!
> Matt Scott
> N.E. Fisher & Associates, Inc.
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