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Calculation of Heat transfer Co-efficient (U)
Item Description

External Wall-230mm thk brick with 18mm thk plaster outside & 12mm thk plaster in
230mm thk brickwall R=0.25/in & Wt=120 lb/ft³
30mm thk plaster R=0.2/in & Wt=116 lb/ft³
Outside air film
Inside air film
Total
Overall heat transfer coefficient U=1/R, BTU/hr°Fft²
Floor-150mm thk Cement Mortar with 50mm thk plaster outside & 25 mm Under Deck
150 mm Thick cement mortar,116 lbs/cuft density.
50mm thk floor Finishes R=0.2/in for floor Finishes
Internal air film
External air film
25 mm Thick Insulation
Total
Overall heat transfer coefficient U=1/R, BTU/hr°Fft²
Ceiling-150mm thk Cement Mortar with 50mm thk plaster outside & 25 mm Under De
150 mm Thick cement mortar,116 lbs/cuft density
50mm thk floor Finishes R=0.2/in for floor Finishes
Internal air film
External air film
25 mm Thick Insulation
Total
Overall heat transfer coefficient U=1/R, BTU/hr°Fft²
Roof exposed- 150mm Thick Cement Mortar with 20 mm Thick PCC both sides & 50 m
150 mm Thick cement mortar,116 lbs/cuft density.
20mm thk plaster R=0.2/in for Both Sides
Internal air film
External air film
50 mm Thick Insulation.
Total
Overall heat transfer coefficient U=1/R, BTU/hr°Fft²

18 r outside & 25 mm Under Deck Insulation 1.39 0.18 0.18 0.92 2.98 0.nsfer Co-efficient (U) Thermal Resistence ( R in ⁰F.24 0.57 0.61 2.16 Thick PCC both sides & 50 mm thick Under Deck ins 1.34 outside & 25 mm Under Deck Insulation 1.25 0.93 0. Hr.78 5.81 0.31 0.92 0.39 0.61 0.68 2.78 6.19 0.25 5.26 7. Sq Ft/BTU) from Ishrae Table-8 utside & 12mm thk plaster inside.92 0.18 0. 1.126 .

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2 Fresh Air requirement as per Room Volume No.9 and values from table -9 are to be corrected as per table -11 Solar Heat gain through Glass in Btu/Hr.8 Partition glass 32.8 Parameters Room Arera in Sq.Summer Heat Load Calculations Design Conditions Out Side Inside Difference Dry Bulb Temp (DB in ⁰F) 113 75. Partition walls due to the transmission by temperature Material Temp Diff.8 Floor(With 25 mm Under Deck Insulation) 32. of air Changes per hour Total Fresh air Requirement in CFM Total Fresh air Requirement in CFM SENSIBLE HEAT LOAD CALCULATIONS SUN GAIN THROUGH GLASS These values are to be calculated as per location of building and orientation of building 20⁰ North and regular Glass Solar Heat gain through Glass in Btu/Hr. there is a heat gain through the glass. All glass 37. Feet Room Total Height in Feet Room False Ceiling Height in Feet Room Volume by considering False Celing Height in Ft³ ROOM FRESH AIR REQUIREMENT Condition .2 37. 0.8 .25 inch.8 Ceiling(With 25 mm Under Deck Insulation) 32.8 Partition-wall 32. Sq Ft (ISHRAE-TAB-7) Wall Facing East Wall Facing West Wall Facing North Wall Facing South Roof Exposed to sun 47 34 26 38 54 TRANSMISSION GAIN THROUGH EXCEPT WALLS Apart from heat gain through walls & Roof. Sq Ft (ISHRAE-TAB-7) Glass Glass Glass Glass Facing Facing Facing Facing East West North South 12 163 23 12 SOLAR & TRANSMISSION GAIN THROUGH WALL These values are to be calculated as per ISHRAE table .1 Fresh Air requirement as per Occupancy Room Occupancy (No's) Fresh Air Requirement per person per minute in CFM Total Fresh air Requirement in CFM Condition .

Total Room Sensible Heat in BTU/Hr LATENT HEAT LOAD CALCULATIONS Latent heat from outdoor air Latent heat is the heat required to condense the Moisture in outside air. This Metab 85% of Men and Children 75% of Men) From Lights in BTU/Hr Consider 2 Watts per square feet of area (1 W=3. Sq Ft (ISHRAE-TAB-7) Wall Facing East 47 Wall Facing West 34 Wall Facing North 26 Wall Facing South 38 Roof Exposed to sun 54 TRANSMISSION GAIN THROUGH EXCEPT WALLS Apart from heat gain through walls & Roof. cracks etc. 0. Heat gain through Outside air:.9 and values from table -9 are to be corrected as per table -11 Solar Heat gain through Glass in Btu/Hr. Heat gain from infiltration is ignored as these loads are already considered in heat gain fom fresh air.25 inch.This is the fresh air passed over the cooling coil (By passed Air) Density of air (ρ) in Lb per Ft³ Heat gain by Outside air 0. Offenly Infiltration is refered as air leakage to the conditione closed. Sq Ft (ISHRAE-TAB-7) Glass Facing East 12 Glass Facing West 163 Glass Facing North 23 Glass Facing South 12 SOLAR & TRANSMISSION GAIN THROUGH WALL These values are to be calculated as per ISHRAE table . Partition walls due to the transmission by temperature Material Temp Diff. there is a heat gain through the glass. . Table-12 at 75 ⁰F Latent heat from Office work people Room Latent Heat Sub Total Latent Heat Safety Factor Total Room Latent Heat in BTU/Hr EFFECTIVE ROOM TOTAL HEAT RETURN AIR HEAT GAIN (To be calculated if there is no duct for return air / Duct is not insulated and is released SUN GAIN THROUGH GLASS These values are to be calculated as per location of building and orientation of building 20⁰ North and regular Glass Solar Heat gain through Glass in Btu/Hr.Heat Gain Due Void to above false ceiling 39. running etc. windows.3 KW=300 W(1W=3.(=Q*60*ρ*h*BF*(w₀-wi)/70 Latent heat from People As per Ishrae.075 INTERNAL HEAT GAIN From People in BTU/Hr Heat is Generated within the human body by the process of Metabolism (Internal WorkB/W cells to metabolic rae varries with type of activity one doing.4 BTU/Hr) Room Sensible Heat Sub Total Duct Heat Gain Sensible Heat Safety Factor Sensible heat safety factor shall consider without taking the heat load from Equipment and Lights Because they are constantly producing heat and there is no flactuations in in this. Here Consider 0. Ex. Seating.8 LOAD GAIN THROUGH INFILTRATION & OUT INFILTRATION:-Infiltration is the air coming from doors.4 BTU/Hr) From Equipments in BTU/Hr Equipment KW to be given by Owner. working.

8 Floor(With 25 mm Under Deck Insulation) 32. Room Inside DB Temp. So the heat removal from the balance (1-BF) fresh air caption.8 Partition glass 32.8 Partition-wall 32. %RH.8 Total Return Air Heat Gain Out Door Air Heat :.8 Heat Gain Due Void to above false ceiling 39. Moisture Content in Room Air and ISHRAE Table -15 Dehumidified Air Quantity in CFM (=ERSH/((Dbi-ADP)*(1-BF)*60*ρ*C)) Dehumidified Air Quantity in CFM Considering 10% Margin .The sensible and latent heat removal from the fresh air taken in for ventilation purposes causes a load on the air co due to the bypassed outside air has already been accounted for under ERTH gain.8 Ceiling(With 25 mm Under Deck Insulation) 32. Outside air Sensible Heat Outside air Latent Heat Total Air Conditioning Load Total Tonnage as per above heat load Total Tonnage as per above heat load Considering 10% Margin Effective room sensible heat factor Apparatus Dew Point Temp at ERSHF.All glass 37.

13 229. Sq Ft) Ares of Glassin Sq.34 0.34 0.5 This value also to be given by owner or to be taken from Ashrae Handbook depending on room category.2 % Relative Humidity 17. Ft 0.8 924. Overall heat transfer coefficient (U in BTU/⁰F Hr.2 62. In case these are not given by owner to be taken from Ashrae 62.94 0. of occupants to be selected from area.94 52 48 0 129 LAR & TRANSMISSION GAIN THROUGH WALLS AND ROOF s from table -9 are to be corrected as per table -11 Overall heat transfer coefficient (U in BTU/⁰F Hr. Partition walls due to the transmission by temperature difference between outside and inside.1 Table 6-1.94 0.00 1. 1.8 Whichever is higher from Condituin 1 &2 SUN GAIN THROUGH GLASS entation of building Overall Factor for Solar Heat gain through Glass Dim.5 XXXX 4511 10. Ft 0. Ex xx No's per square feet) 672 By considering 75% of people are attending at a time. 924.Heat Load Calculations Wet Bulb Temp (WB in ⁰F) 75.13 97 0.13 287 82 0 843 0 ANSMISSION GAIN THROUGH EXCEPT WALLS AND ROOF glass.94 0. (No.34 1564 .34 0. Ft 1.18 0 0. Sq Ft) Ares of Glassin Sq.2 8.2 36990.34 0.16 0 0. Less (ISHRAE-Tab-5) Ares of Glassin Sq.4 50 XXXX These values are to be taken from Room Layout Drawings ROOM FRESH AIR REQUIREMENT 56 16 These Values are to be given by Owner.

whenever doors and windows opened and idered in heat gain fom fresh air. ) SUN GAIN THROUGH GLASS entation of building Overall Factor for Solar Heat gain through Glass Dim.94 0 0.34 47 0. Ft 0.84 0 LOAD GAIN THROUGH INFILTRATION & OUTSIDE AIR Offenly Infiltration is refered as air leakage to the conditioned space through the cracks in the wall.0. Ft .94 0 0.34 122 0. dense the Moisture in outside air.(=Q*60*ρ*h*BF*(w₀-wi)/7000) heat from Office work people 5% t for return air / Duct is not insulated and is released to above the false ceiling for intake of AHU. Sq Ft) Ares of Glassin Sq. coil (By passed Air) Specific Heat of Air ( C ) in BTU/(Lb ⁰F) By Pass Factor (BF)(Ishrae Tab-14) 0.3 KW=300 W(1W=3. This Metabolic rate also varries with Men.94 0 0. Partition walls due to the transmission by temperature difference between outside and inside. g heat and there is no flactuations in in this. Ex. Overall heat transfer coefficient (U in BTU/⁰F Hr. Less (ISHRAE-Tab-5) Ares of Glassin Sq.34 348 0. working.1 INTERNAL HEAT GAIN ody by the process of Metabolism (Internal WorkB/W cells to split the food into energy). Seating. Sq Ft) Ares of Glassin Sq.34 0 0. Women ea (1 W=3.4 BTU/Hr) 1% 5% der without taking the heat load from Equipment and Lights.4 BTU/Hr) Here Consider 0.24 0.94 0 LAR & TRANSMISSION GAIN THROUGH WALLS AND ROOF s from table -9 are to be corrected as per table -11 Overall heat transfer coefficient (U in BTU/⁰F Hr.13 0 ANSMISSION GAIN THROUGH EXCEPT WALLS AND ROOF glass. running etc. Ft 0. This vity one doing.

84 0 taken in for ventilation purposes causes a load on the air conditioning apparatus.16 0 0.00 1.1. So the heat removal from the balance (1-BF) fresh air intake is to be ccounted for under this Content in Room Air and ISHRAE Table -15 . The heat gain gain.18 0 0.13 0 0.34 598 0.13 0.

51 For Glassess facing directly to sun take direct temp difference 3595.8 65.00 For Floor take 5 ⁰F less to direct temp difference 17230.2)=37.56 7354.8 ⁰F 4530. In case these are not given by owner to be . given by owner or to be taken from Ashrae Handbook ategory. (No. rom Condituin 1 &2 Values are to be taken from appropropriate latitudes.Moisture content in Air (Gr/Lb) 72.0 1455.12 At Dialy Range 25 ⁰F as per Table-1 and Correction Temp = Out door Design Temp Room Temp (113-75.00 e and inside.4 7. At 4 pm heat will be maximum in indian regions so take values at 4 pm (for EWNS) 586.00 0.4 e taken from Room Layout Drawings e given by Owner.56 0.44 7361. 9781.21 For Partition Glassess take 5 ⁰F less to direct temp difference 0.43 For Partition wall take 5 ⁰F less to direct temp difference . of occupants to be selected from area.84 0.1 Table 6-1.00 For Ceiling take 5 ⁰F less to direct temp difference 0.70 936. Ex et) f people are attending at a time.

00 As per Ishrae Table 12 sensible heat from people and consider 75% people attending at 30674.2)=37.00 98592.00 For Roof add 2 ⁰F direct temp difference in the wall.00 .87 8610 9075.74 0.0 0 At Dialy Range 25 ⁰F as per Table-1 and Correction Temp = Out door Design Temp Room Temp (113-75.69 0.22 Since Density and Specific Heat of Air are temperature dependant Please take Values a 10290.38 985.87 453.67 112452.85 g for intake of AHU.94 536.79 9529.92 3344.8 ⁰F 1925. At 4 pm heat will be maximum in indian regions so take values at 4 pm (for EWNS) 0 0 0. Values are to be taken from appropropriate latitudes.00 4441.0.19 465.80 1020.88 102923. whenever doors and windows opened and (Ishrae Tab-14) 3775. ) e and inside.

18 13.00 For Floor take 5 ⁰F less to direct temp difference 6588.11 0.00 For Glassess facing directly to sun take direct temp difference 0.00 For Ceiling take 5 ⁰F less to direct temp difference 0.92 54 4995 5494 For Partition wall take 5 ⁰F less to direct temp difference For Roof add 2 ⁰F direct temp difference .68 15 0.87 164115.00 13492.0.00 For Partition Glassess take 5 ⁰F less to direct temp difference 0.48 33976.98 4192.

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nd consider 75% people attending at a time. .ture dependant Please take Values at that particular temperature only.

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