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2.0 TERMINOLOGY
3.0 SIZING YOUR AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM
3.1 Heating Load V/s Cooling Load Calculations
4.0 HEAT FLOW RATES
4.1 Space Heat Gain
4.2 Space Heat Gain V/s Cooling Load (Heat Storage Effect)
4.3 Space Cooling V/s Cooling Load (Coil)
5.0 COMPONENTS OF COOLING LOAD
6.0 COOLING LOAD CALCULATION METHOD
6.1 Accuracy and Reliability of Various Calculation Methods
7.0 DESIGN INFORMATION
7.1 Outdoor Design Weather Conditions
7.2 Indoor Design Conditions and Thermal Comfort
7.3 Indoor Air Quality and Outdoor Air Requirements
7.4 Building Pressurization
7.5 Building Characteristics
7.6 Operating Schedules
8.0 COOLING LOAD METHODOLOGY – CONSIDERATIONS & ASSUMPTIONS
8.1 Thermal Zoning
9.0 CLTD/SCL/CLF METHOD OF LOAD CALCULATION (ASHRAE FUNDAMENTALS 1997)
9.1 External Cooling Load
9.2 Internal Cooling Loads
9.3 Heat Gain from Miscellaneous Sources
10.0 SUPPLY AIR CALCULATIONS
11.0 EXAMPLE
11.1 Cooling Load Example in US units
11.2 Cooling Load Example in Metric Units
12.0 COMPUTER PROGRAMS
12.1 Elite CHVAC
12.2 TRACE® 700
13.0 REFERENCES
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Cooling Load Calculations and Principles

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