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This operates in a similar manner with different periods of operation and with different types of construction. NOTE: When a system is designed for a temperature swing, the maximum swing occurs only at the peak on design days, which are defined as those days when all loads simultaneously peak. Under normal operating conditions, the temperature remains constant or close to constant. Basis of Table 13 -- Storage Factors, Space Temperature Swing The storage factors in Table 13 were computed using essentially the same procedure as Tables 7 thru 12 with the exception that the equipment capacity Part 1.
Where the temperature is allowed to swing, additional storage will result during peak load periods. Refer to Table 13 for applicable storage factors. 00. †Lights On for Shorter or Longer Period than 10 Hours Occasionally adjustments may be required to take account of lights operating less or more than the 10 hours on which the table is based. The following is the procedure to adjust the load factors: A-WITH LIGHTS IN OPERATION FOR SHORTER PERIOD THAN 10 HOURS and the equipment operating 12, 16 or 24 hours at the time of the overall peak load, extrapolate load factors as follows: 1.
Above the 30° angle the transmissibility of glass decreases, and below the 30° angle the atmosphere absorbs or reflects more. 4. All shading devices fully drawn, except roller shades. Experience indicates that roller shads are seldom fully drawn, so the factors have been slightly increased. 5. Venetian blind slats horizontal at 45° and shading screen slats horizontal at 17°. 06-91/36) 6. Outdoor canvas awnings ventilated at sides and top. (See Table 16 footnote). 7. 88 (Fig. 12). 8. The average absorptivity, reflectivity and transmissability for common glass and shading devices at a 30° angle of incidence along with shading factors appear in the table below.