Summer and winter field monitoring of high and low solar heat gain glazing at a Canadian twin house facility

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ConferenceASHRAE Transactions: 21 June 2008, Salt Lake City, Utah
Pages117; # of pages: 17
SubjectCCHT, Canadian Centre for Housing Technology, low-e, low emissivity, residential glazing, energy savings, windows; Housing technology
AbstractThis paper presents the results of tests conducted to determine the impact of spectrally selective coated glass on energy consumption. Two low-emissivity (low-e) coatings were compared on a whole house basis: a high solar heat gain glazing and a low solar heat gain glazing technology. In addition to impact on energy consumption, testing evaluated differences in room temperatures, window surface temperatures, and the transmission of solar radiation Correlations between incident vertical solar radiation and consumption were developed and used to predict annual energy consumption and to compare the potential savings of the two technologies.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
NoteAussi disponible en français: Monitorage estival et hivernal de vitrages à gain solaire élevé et gain solaire faible dans une installation canadienne de maisons jumelles
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NRC number50269
NPARC number20378098
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