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Monthly performance report Page Jackson School
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Solar energy -- West Virginia -- Charles Town   ( lcsh )
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National solar data program.
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Monthly Catalog Number: gp 80010095
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National solar heating and cooling demonstration program.
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"SOLAR/2036-79/03" ; "SOLAR/2036-79/04" ; "SOLAR/2036-79/05" ; "SOLAR/2036-79/06."

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FEB 1 B 2*


PAGE JACKSON SCHOOL
MARCH 1979


U.S. Department of Energy

National Solar Heating and
Cooling Demonstration Program

National Solar Data Program


SOLAR/2036-79/03


Monthly

Performance


Report


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NOTICE
This report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by the United States
Government. Neither the United States nor the United States Department of Energy, nor
any of their employees, nor any of their contractors, subcontractors, or their employees,
make any warranty, express or implied, or assume any legal liability or responsibility for
the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product or
process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights.








MONTHLY PERFORMANCE REPORT
PAGE JACKSON SCHOOL
MARCH 1979

I. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


Page Jackson School is an elementary school located in Charles Town,
West Virginia. The solar energy system is designed to provide approxi-
mately 85 percent of the space heating and 50 percent of the space
cooling energy requirements of the school. It has an array of flat-plate
collectors with a gross area of 11,000 square feet that faces south at
an angle of 45 degrees from the horizontal. Water is used as the medium
for delivering solar energy from the collector array to storage. The
solar heated water is stored in two interconnected 10,000-gallon storage
tanks and is used for space heating and cooling. When the solar energy
is insufficient to meet the heating demands, an oil-fired boiler is used
to provide auxiliary hot water for heating. In the space cooling mode,
the hot water from storage is supplied to an absorption chiller to generate
chilled water. A conventional centrifugal chiller is used as backup
whenever solar energy is insufficient to meet the space cooling demand.



The system, shown schematically in Figure 1, has three modes of solar
operation.


Mode 1 Collector-to-Storage: The collector subsystem operates indepen-
dently of the other subsystems. It is active whenever the solar collec-
tor temperature is higher than the temperature in storage (hot water thermal
storage). When the hot water thermal storage temperature is equal to, or
greater than the collector temperature, solar pump P7 is shut down (pump
P8 is a backup pump). An emergency mode of operation to prevent overheating
of the collectors is manually activated to allow water to continuously
circulate through the collectors.










COLLECTOR PLANE TOTAL INSOLATION
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
INDOOR TEMPERATURE
INDOOR TEMPERATURE
INDOOR TEMPERATURE


AHU1 o EPO00
AHU2 EP601
AHU3 EP602
AHU4 EP803
AHU5 S EPS04


AHU's 2 THRU 5


AIR VENT
TO ROOF


-- -- -- -lI T450 <,
I -- EP600 I SPACE
RETURN HEATING
RETURN OR
AIR ""- COOLING W400
SAHU NO.t SUPPLY
AHU NO.1
L

TYPICAL AIR HANDLING
UNITS 1 THRU 5


Figure 1. PAGE JACKSON SCHOOL SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM SCHEMATIC


* 1001
o T001
o T600
I T601
I T602


REVISED 2/3/79









Mode 2 Space Heating: This mode is entered when the manual SUMMER-
WINTER-AUTOMATIC switch is set to AUTOMATIC and the outside ambient
temperature is below 600F, or when the switch is set to WINTER. Whenever
the temperature of the air returning from the air-handling units is below
680F and the hot water thermal storage temperature is less than 1230F,
auxiliary heating is activated. The burner for the boiler is cycled to
maintain a water temperature of 160F. When the hot water thermal
storage temperature rises above 1130F, or the return air temperature
rises above 680F, auxiliary heating is shut off.


Mode 3 Space Cooling: This mode is entered when the manual SUMMER-
WINTER-AUTOMATIC switch is set to AUTOMATIC and the outside ambient
temperature is above 680F, or when the switch is set to SUMMER. There
are two modes of space cooling; one utilizes the absorption chiller, the
other the backup centrifugal chiller. When the hot water thermal storage
temperature rises above 1800F, system pumps P4, P5, and P6 are activated
to generate flow through the absorption chiller. As the inlet water
temperature to the chiller rises above 1800F, the chilled water tempera-
ture out of the absorption chiller will become colder. As the tempera-
ture from hot water thermal storage drops below 1800F, the reverse will
occur. When the hot water thermal storage temperature drops below
1710F, system pumps will stop, and the absorption chiller will no longer
be used for space cooling. If there is a demand for space cooling and
the storage temperature is below 1710F, the backup centrifugal chiller
is used to satisfy the demand.

II. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION


The system performance evaluations discussed in this section are based
primarily on the analysis of the data presented in the attached computer-
generated monthly report. This attached report consists of daily site
thermal and energy values for each subsystem, plus environmental data.
The performance factors discussed in this report are based upon the defi-
nitions contained in NBSIR-76-1137, Thermal Dataquirements and
Performance Evaluation Procedures for the National Solar Heating and
Cooling Demonstration Program.


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A. Introduction


The solar energy system at Page Jackson School operated continuously during
March, and satisfied 66 percent of the space heating energy requirements.
There was no space cooling during March.


B. Weather


March is past the peak of the heating season in the Page Jackson School
area, with a long-term average outside ambient temperature of 450F. The
actual outside ambient temperature averaged 460F during March. The mea-
sured insolation in the plane of the collector array averaged 1,481 Btu/
ft2-day, which is slightly above the expected long-term average of 1,400
Btu/ft2-day derived from measurements taken at the Washington, D. C. air-
port.


C. System Thermal Performance


Collector Of the 504.87 million Btu of solar energy incident on the
collector array during March, 460.64 million Btu were incident on the
array when there was flow through the collector array. The system col-
lected 122.51 million Btu, or 24 percent of the total insolation incident
on the collector array. The operation of solar pumps P7 and P8 required
2.96 million Btu of electrical energy.


Storage Of the 123.77 million Btu of energy delivered to storage, 119.97
million Btu were solar energy and 3.80 million Btu were auxiliary energy.
This indicates a loss of 2.53 million Btu from the system between collec-
tion and storage. Some of the 3.80 million Btu of auxiliary thermal
energy was extracted from storage for space heating, but instrumentation
cannot distinguish between solar or auxiliary energy leaving the storage
tank.


The daily average storage temperatures ranged from 930F to 1410F.









Space Heating Load Space heating energy requirements were the only
demand on the solar energy system during March. The space heating load
experienced in March was 181.80 million Btu. This is significantly less
(approximately one-half) than the load experienced in February, but still
above the design load for March of 159.20 million Btu given in Section IV.
Of the 181.80 million Btu, 119.62 were supplied by solar system, and the
remainder were from auxiliary thermal energy generated by an oil-fired
boiler.


Space Cooling Load There was no demand for space cooling at Page
Jackson School during March.


D. Observations


The sensor W400, which determines the flow rate through the auxiliary
heating system, is located in a line where actual fluid flow can be as
low as 30 gallons per minute, or as high as 170 gallons per minutes.
When the flow is in the lower portion of this range, the calculated value
of auxiliary thermal energy used may not be reliable, since a one-bit
noise signal from the flowmeter represents 16 gallons per minute. To
alleviate this problem, the auxiliary input to the system is currently
being calculated as 60 percent of the auxiliary fossil fuel consumed.
The flowmeter on the oil burner, F400, is quite accurate and provides
a confident value of fuel consumption.


The exact amount of solar energy used cannot be measured or calculated
directly. It is normally computed as the difference between the measured
heating load and the sum of auxiliary thermal energy used and auxiliary
thermal energy delivered to storage. Since the boiler efficiency is
being estimated at 60 percent, the solar energy used for space heating
is an approximate value. The piping and tanks are well insulated, and,
therefore, losses from these components are minimum.








At Page Jackson School, an oil-fired boiler is used to supply hot water for
space heating whenever there is insufficient solar energy to meet the heat-
ing requirements. However, all hot water used for space heating or cooling
must flow from storage to the load and back. This can cause auxiliary
energy to be transferred from the boiler to storage. The boiler controls
are set to maintain water in the boiler between 1200F and 2000F, thus pro-
viding conditions which allow water to flow from the boiler to the load and
return to storage at a temperature higher than the storage temperature.
This can be observed on a number of days in March, as discussed in the stor-
age performance subsection of this report.


The measured heating load was 181.80 million Btu during March in comparison
to a design load of 159.20 million Btu.


E. Energy Savings


The Page Jackson School solar energy system resulted in a fossil savings
of 199.36 million Btu during the month of March. The operating expense
of the solar energy system was 12.60 million Btu of electrical energy, and
converting this to fossil energy yields 42.00 million Btu. Therefore, the
net fossil savings was 157.36 million Btu. The fossil energy savings
calculations are based on a comparison of the projected energy requirements
of a conventional, fossil energy boiler, with an efficiency of 60 percent,
and the energy requirements of the solar energy system.


III. ACTION STATUS


None.


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SOLAP HFATIN' AN) COOLING r'A"nNSTPATTON OPOGPAM


MONTHLY pcnCOT
SITF SUMMARY


cTT PArA JACK0SN SCLMP-L
FPOOPT Doc~TOr : MAPCH,1970


CHACL STOWN, VFST VIMGINIA


sOL A/?2036-79/0-


SITP/ C;YST=M I f=CColnM -Y1:
THF DAS3 JACKSCN SOLkP =KfPPCY SYSTEM PPOVTnrS S3ACF HFATTNG ANr COPL-
ING. THF SYSTFY IjS WATrQ AS A CnOLFCTTOM0 AND STOoAGF MFDIUM. HrT
WhTFo =-DnM -YF 4cTOrP/'F -ANK IS r)IPFCTFr FT-HFP TO IN--UCT HFATIG COILS
rn T) TWF GFNFRATTO nF fN ARSOOOTION ATO ClNMrITIf NF~. A FUFL CIL FIFFO
ROTIL-RP o'VTVF=-S AUXTI TA tY HOT WAM'Fp Fr-o PcoaD HFArATNG, A CFNTPIFUGAL
rHTLLk P PRnVTIFS ArnTTTINAL CHILLED WAT'P Fn SDACF CnnLING.


SFN3FDAL SITF nhTA:
INCT(INT SOL A FNFPRV


COLL''-'- SnLAP FMFIGY

AVFRA = A9mTFNT TEMCPFA'rUPF
AVcPAG= RJTLOIMG TFAPFPATUPC
FCSS SLAP CONVESIP'N FFFICIFNCY
=CSS nP=PATING FNFPGV
TnTAL CYST=M ODEPATTNG FNNPGY
TrTAL -NFPGY CnN-UMPF


504 P74
45P98

1 1177
4f
7f2


f -' .0A
323 oIf 0


MILLTIN RTI!
PTU/c Q.Fi
MILLTIN qTU
BTU/SO. FT
rFGF-=c = F"
rlFogF-=S F

MILLION rTU
MILLION "TU
MILLION STU


SU3SYSTCM IUMAMPY:

LnA)
SOLAQ ='ACTT nN
SniLA =NFRGY US rn
OPFQATING =c FOGV
AUY. 'T-=PMAL F'FRGY(
AUX. RF-CTOIC FUFL
A('X. F1ST'L FUVL
FLFCTPICAL SAVTMG~S
FOScTL. SAVTIGS


HOT' WATEF
N.A.

N.A *

N.A.
N.A.

N.A.
N.*A .


Ht= A-.IT r
1 1.798
66
110o 10

79k 04

17'1 .640
-0,6;44
loo. -65


COOL ING
0.000
0
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
N.A.
-0.000
N.A.


SYSTFM OTAL
181.708 MILLION RTU
56 PFPCFNT
119.*lo MTLLTN RTU
f9.0?4 MILLTIN RTU
7.9cpa MILLT nN TU
0.000 MILLION iTU
131 .640 MILLION PTU
-12.60? MILLION RTU
190.6eF MTLLICN RTU


SYSTEM PFRcOCIMANCr F-ACTfPR:


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* DFNOT r UNAVAILARLe nATA
9 rFNOT'rF NULL DATA
.A. FFNOT=S N'T ADPLICABL- DATA

oFcpnFrKrF: ltico*c UtTOr)F Tn THF MONTHLY o~FpPnPMANC= RpPnRT
q= TH NATIONAL SOLAD DATA DoOGoAM,C==BUAVY ?P,1978,
SOL a/00)04-78/1P









qnLAD HEATING ANt COOLING r"MONSTPATTON OPOGPAM


MONTHLY aFoOOT
STTc cUMMADY


fTTC: PA'- JAC''S0N SCHOOL
OFPOPT D"rION: MADrH,10-0


CHARLFSTOWN, WFrT VTQGTNIA


SOLAo/2036-79/0?


STTF/SYST-M '", S(-rITION :
THF DAGS JACKSON IL AP FPNIof Y SYSTFM RPOVTDF' SPACF HFA'ING AND COOL-
TNG. THP SYSTePm USFS WATPR AS A COLLFCTTON AND STOAC G MEDIUM. HOT
WATFP ='PO THF STflPAF TANK IS DIREC'FD) FITHFP "0 IN-DUCT HFATING COILF
PR TO THF G('NrPATOp nF- AN APSOROTION AIR CnNnTITTONFP. A FUrL OIL FIPFr
ROILo0 DoVlnT=FS AUXILIARY HOT WATEP FOD SPACE HFATING. A CENTRIFUGAL
CHILL=E PROVIDES Ar)TTIONAL CHILLED WATF' FPn SPACF COOLING.


'rNFPAL SIT r rA' A:
INClT)NT COLD ENFRP-Y


rnLLrTFrD SOLAR FNEC GY

AVFArAG AMBTENT TF"MPfPATUPE
AVFDAG- RUILnING TPMDFPATURP
FCSS S3LAo CONVERSION EFFICIENCY
FrSS O)'RATING FNPCGY
TOTAL SYSTEM OPFRA'TNG cNFRGY
TOTAL EMFDGY rONrUMFrn


532 .411
521215
12 4.244
12f471
P
24
e?4
0.24
3.121
72.PPO
340.044


GIGA JOULES
KJ/SO.M.
GIGA JOULFS
KJ/SO.M.
OErgFDFS C
r)GRFFS C


GIGA
GIGA
GI CA


JOUL F
JOULFS
JOULES


SURSYSTFM SUMMARY:

LOAn
SOLAo =RACTIONK
snLAR ENEDGY Uc r
oPFPATING FNFPGY
AUX. T-iAMAL ENG
AUX. '_=CTPlrC FUFL
AUX. FPSSTL FIF-L
FLFrT rAL SAVIM(i
FOSSIL SAVTNGS


HOT WATEP
N.A.
N.A.
N. A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A o
N.oA.


HEATING
101.707
65

).609


1 8.810
-10n174
210. 30


COOLING
0.000
0
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
N.A.
-00000
N.A.


SYSTFM TOTAL
191.797 GIGA JOULFS
6f PDECFNT
126. 198 GIGA JOULES
72.P20 GIGA JOULES
8-3.28 GIGA JOULFS
0.000 GIGA JOULES
138.880 GIGA JOULFS
-13.205 GIGA JOULFS
210.'30 GIGA JOULES


SYSTFM pQ=FO0MANCP FACTOR:


0.o03


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f~ DfNOTrFP NULL D A'A
N.A. nPNOT-FS NOT AOOLTCABLF- DATA

oPFFpNPFN: U1CP GUI)F TO THE MONTHLY PEPFnOMANCF PEPOPT
0= THF NATIONAL SOLAP DATA PROGRAM,CRBRUARY 28,1978,
SPLAP/0004-7A/1A









SOLAR HATING 4ND CCOLIN(' DFMONCTPATION PPOGPAM

MnNTMLY PFPORP
FNFP(Y COLLECTION AN" STOPA l SURSYSTEM (FC(SS)


STir: o0F JACKSON SrHOOL
o0FoOnT PFIOfn): MAPCH, 1 oo


rHAPLESTOWN. WFST VIOGINIA


SCLAR/20 36-70/03


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MT LL TON
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| 947
3.941
4. 562
2.38?
2. 309
2. 20R
a4.432
4. 7- 8
4.0097
3. 309
4.373
5.900
7 541
5.490
5. 680
4.876
4.010
5. 012
5. 58
5. ?46
5.029
4. 104
2.853
3.170
5.01'7
1. 878
3.9 5?
3.638
2. 314
1.231
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RTU

0.0 o
0. 110
0.105
0. 00
0.000
0. 000
0.104
0.109
0 114
0.01-
0.123
0.129
0 130
0. 062
0. 1'5
0. 129
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0.104
0.126
0. 120
0.130
0.130
0.113
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0.091
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CCN"VFoc ON
FFTC IFNCY



0.388
0.1 80
0.341
4.278
2.185
0 .777
0.28
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0.201
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0.248
0.2"'6
0.161
0.563

0.103
0.169
0.265
0.??7
0.212
0.205
0.1 7o
0.153
1.057
0.654
0.185
0.210
0. 1447
0.115
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0.167



0.237

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* "cNOT"q NUL- ATA.
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SOLAP HRATINr AND CPnLINr nh MnNSTRATTON PROGRAM


MONTHLY 0ro PT
COLLFCrOR AoPAY PForOnOMANrF


STT=: PAG( JACKSON SCHOOL
QFDODT pc=TO): MAPCH,1979


CHAnLFSTOWN, WEST VISOLAr/2036-7C/07


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nr SnL AP
MONTH F FMrGY
MILLION
1 RTtI
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1 1in. lf-

13.381
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11 17.661
12 2. 0P0
1 2', 030
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16 o 5.?45
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10 24. 61
20 '>4. "07
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27 16. 744
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30 1 14. 26?
3 1 c6,71
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OPFRATIONAL CrOLLFCTDr
INC TnFNT SnLAP
CNFoGY PNFPGY
MILLION MTLLTON
RTU PTU

6.177 1 .FA0
1 9815 5, 03
12.522 2.734
0.000 0.000
0,000 0.000
0.000 0.000
18 650 6. 0O7
1 7196 5 -16
18.745 5 577
0.926 0.108
16.837 3 756
24.393 1 6.938
?1.251 5. 06
8.648 2.227
24.941 6.863
?24311 7. 019
24.077 .522
17.797 a.704
23.657 6.802
23 947 7.100
23.705 6.7 1
22.812 6 ;50
17.499 7.601
1.397 0.162
6.947 1.419
7.087 0.022
15.894 3.706
23 559 6.386
1 6Q6 5. 07
13.088 ?2802
5.071 0.076

460.641 122.506

14.859 1"952

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DAYTIMP
AMPTINT
TFMD
r)FG 1


40
50
45
4'
58
46
5 0
55
57
51
30
42
56
52
27
43
58
59
53
55
50
67
64
57
41
37
44
48
77
7
73


COLL FCTOP
ARPAY
EFFICIENCY



0. 161
O, 2lf
0.2E1
0.204
C.000
0.000
0 .000
0 259
0 *67
0,274
o0.21
0.277
0 268
0.229
0 268
0.?78
0 277
0.254
0.277
0 0 288
0 274
0 o 268
0 193
0 054
0.184
0. 091
0.221
0 2577
0 257
0.196
0.011

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0.24?

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SnLAr HFATINr AN" COLITN nr? nMNSTPATION PPnGPAM

MONTHLY PrcpnOT
ST'rnAGF PFOnoM AN(C


STT-: "oAGc JACKSON SCHnOL
cprnoTr o01r-Tf: MARCH,1079


CHAoPIt 'TOWN, WFST VTSnLAC/?0r---'O9/0?


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)AV cI NFDCY
-1 7 T n
MnN'H I STPrAGc
MILLION


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? 5.59 1
I 2.* 64
4 I 0.000
f 0.64
F 0o18A4

P c 1P
o io 460
10 1 0.130
11 I 3.667
I? I 6.R40
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1 1 7. 01?
16 1 7.100
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10 I A. PC;2

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pE 1.473
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FN FGY
FROM
ST nO A GF
MILL ION
BTU

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3.041
4 .5 2
2.38Q
2 .1 -'

2.208
4.432
4.730
4 .097

4.373

3.541
5.480

4.876
4 .010
5.012
5.568
5. 46
5.020
4.104
2.853
3.170
5.0-7
1. 378
3.522
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