By American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
For retail constructions as much as 20,000 ft2, the majority of retail area within the U.S. Addresses standard makes use of: retail (other than buying malls); strip purchasing facilities; motor vehicle purchasers; construction fabric, backyard offer, and shops; shops; drugstores; gear and residential furnishing shops; liquor shops; and wholesale items (except food).
Errata integrated 06/12/07.
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The following how-to tips were implemented in this project: EN1, EN4, EN6, EN15, EN20, EN23, DL3, EL1, EL2, EL6, EL7, EL14, EL18, EL19, EL27, HV1, HV2, HV3, HV5, HV6, HV7, HV9, HV14, and HV15. HAPPY FEET PLUS Processes for Achieving Energy Savings Description of Project Elements Envelope Opaque Envelope Components Walls—Insulating concrete forms with cast-in-place concrete—up to R-40. Roof—Acoustical, insulated panels R-30. 34. 62. 6. Window-to-wall ratio—11%. 08 W/ft2. 75 SEER. Energy recovery ventilator—enthalpy wheel.
I. R-38 R-30 R-15 for 24 in. 08 in. / 1½ in. 1 or the local code requirements in order to reach the 30% savings target. i. i. i. i. i. i. i. R-38 R-30 R-15 for 24 in. 08 in. / 1½ in. 1 or the local code requirements in order to reach the 30% savings target. Technology Examples and Case Studies Chapter 4 presents technology examples and case studies of buildings that illustrate the principles of the recommendations presented in this Guide. The technology examples represent a specific portion of the building that would contribute toward meeting the energy target—such as lighting, equipment efficiencies, or envelope measures.
Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Retail Buildings (The Advanced Energy Design Guide series) by American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers