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T a b l e 1 . O p a q u e W a l l U - V a l u e s ( U w ) f o r D e t a c h e d H o m e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 T a b l e 2 . O p a q u e W a l l U - V a l u e s ( U w ) f o r A t t a c h e d a n d M u l t i - F a m i l y B u i l d i n g s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Table 3. Vertical Fenestration U-Values (UF) and SHGC.............................................................. 5 Table 4. Benchmark Framing Factors............................................................................................. 8 Table 5. Benchmark Space Conditioning Equipment Efficiencies................................................. 9 Table 6. Duct Locations and Specifications for the Benchmark .................................................. 11 Table 7. Characteristics of Benchmark Domestic Hot Water System.......................................... 12 Table 8. Benchmark Domestic Hot Water Storage and Burner Capacity (ASHRAE 1999)........ 12 Table 9. Example Characteristics of Benchmark Domestic Hot Water System Based on a . 5

Prototype With Three Bedrooms and Two Bathrooms......................................................... 12 Table 10. Domestic Hot Water Consumption by End Use ........................................................... 13 Table 11. Hot Water Use Multipliers for Specific Day Types ..................................................... 19 Table 12. Benchmark Domestic Hot Water Event Characteristics and Constraints..................... 20 Table 13. Benchmark Hot Water Distribution System Characteristics ........................................ 21 Table 14. Multi-Family Common Space and Residential Unit SLA Values for Benchmark....... 22 Table 15. Multi-Family Common Space Ventilation Rates.......................................................... 23 Table 16. Monthly Multipliers for Hard-Wired Lighting ............................................................. 25 Table 17. Fixed Values for Benchmark Calculation for Option 2................................................ 26 Table 18. Single- and Multi-Family Illumination by Room Type................................................ 29 Table 19. Multi-Family Common Space Illumination.................................................................. 29 Table 20. Coefficient of Utilization by Fixture Type ................................................................... 30 Table 21. Default Efficacy by Lamp Type ................................................................................... 32 Table 22. Average Lighting Operating Hours for Room Types ................................................... 32 Table 23. Annual Appliance and Miscellaneous Electric Loads for the Benchmark ................... 35 Table 24. Plug Load Multipliers for Four Most Populated States (FS)......................................... 35 Table 25. Benchmark Annual Energy Consumption for Miscellaneous Electric and Gas Loads 36 Table 26. Useful Cooking Energy Output for Gas and Electric Ranges ...................................... 44 Table 27. Peak Sensible and Latent Heat Gain From Occupants (ASHRAE 2001a)................... 46 Table 28. Example Summary of Site Energy Consumption by End Use Using BA Research

Benchmark ............................................................................................................................ 49 Table 29. Example Summary of Source Energy Consumption by End Use Using BA Research

Benchmark ............................................................................................................................ 49 Table 30. End Use Categories....................................................................................................... 50 Table 31. Source Energy Factors for Energy Delivered to Buildings .......................................... 51 Table 32. Example Measure Savings Report Using BA Research Benchmark............................ 52

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