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Monthly


Performance

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RADEMAKER CORPORATION


MARCH 1979


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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 employes,
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
RADEMAKER CORPORATION
MARCH 1979


I. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


The solar energy heating system at Rademaker Corporation is designed to
provide 50 percent of the space heating and 50 percent of the domestic
hot water preheating for a 10,000-square foot office and warehouse
building in Louisville, Kentucky. The solar installation, by design,
consists of two separate solar energy systems. One system utilizes
liquid as the energy transfer medium; the other system utilizes air as
the transfer medium. The purpose of separate solar energy systems was
to evaluate the merits of each system in meeting a common space heating
load. The two solar heating systems are shown schematically in Figure 1.


The liquid system has an array of six flat-plate collectors with a gross
area of 240 square feet. The array faces south at an angle of 53 degrees
from the horizontal. A solution of 46 percent propylene glycol and 54
percent water is employed as a heat transfer medium. Solar energy is
stored in a 560-gallon thermal storage tank located in the warehouse.
Solar energy is transferred to meet the space heating demand by two
methods. In the first method, solar heated hot water is circulated on
demand, from water thermal storage to heat exchangers HX2 and HX3 in the
supply ducts of the drafting room and perimeter zone, respectively. In
the second method, the glycol and water solution in the collection loop
is directed, on demand, to heat exchanger HX4 in the supply duct of the
perimeter zone. Circulation fans F2 and F3 distribute the solar energy
to meet the space heating loads. Energy is also distributed to a domestic
hot water heat exchanger that extracts solar energy from the glycol and
water solution to preheat domestic hot water in the building.


The air system has an array of 10 flat-plate collectors with a gross
area of 195 square feet. The array faces south at an angle of 33 degrees











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LIQUID SYSTEM


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Figure 1. RADEMAKER CORPORATION SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM SCHEMATIC






from the horizontal. Solar energy is stored in two rock thermal storage
units in the warehouse which contain a total of 236 cubic feet of crushed
rock. Solar energy is transferred to meet the perimeter, warehouse, and
interior zone space heating demands using circulation fan Fl. Circulation
fans F3 and F4 distribute energy to the perimeter and interior zones, re-
spectively. Solar heated air can be distributed directly from the collec-
tors, or from rock thermal storage to meet the space heating loads. The
solar energy control system determines which space heating load received
solar energy when a demand exists. The solar space heating load priorities
are: first, interior zone heating; second, perimeter zone heating; and
third, warehouse heating.


Solar heated air from the liquid system is mixed in the air-handling unit
plenum with solar heated air from the air system and distributed to the
perimeter zone using circulation fan F3. When solar energy is inadequate
to provide perimeter zone space heating, auxiliary thermal energy is sup-
plied by a natural-gas furnace.


The liquid system has four modes of operation.


Mode 1 Collector-to-Storage: This mode is entered when the difference
between the collector outlet temperature and the water thermal storage
temperature is greater than 14F. Pump P1 circulates the liquid through
the collectors, then to storage heat exchanger HX1 and returns to the
collectors. Circulation continues in this mode until the temperature
difference between the collector outlet and storage is less than 40F.


Mode 2 Storage-to-Conditioned Space: This mode is entered when two
conditions are satisfied: first, a demand for space heating exists;
secondly, the temperature of the storage water is above 850F. Water is
circulated from storage to heat exchangers HX2 and HX3 located in the
supply ducts of the drafting room and perimeter zone. Air circulation
fans F2 and F3 distribute the solar energy to the space heating zones.
This mode continues until the storage temperature is below 850F or the
demand for space heating is satisfied.






Mode 3 Collector-to-Conditioned Space: This mode is entered when two
conditions are satisfied: first, the temperature of the liquid at the
outlet side of heat exchanger HX1 is greater than 120F; secondly, there
is a demand for space heating from the perimeter zone. Solar energy is
directed by valve V4 to heat exchanger HX4 in the supply duct of the
perimeter zone. Fan F3 distributes the solar energy to the perimeter
zone. This mode continues until either the temperature at the outlet
of heat exchanger HX1 is less than 1200F, or the demand for space heat-
ing is satisfied. Auxiliary space heating supplements solar energy for
the perimeter zone.


Mode 4 Domestic Hot Water Preheating: This mode is entered when solar
hot water heating is desired and solar energy is available from the col-
lectors. Solar energy is directed from the collector loop through the
domestic hot water (DHW) recirculation loop to preheat hot water for DHW
consumption. A high limit thermostat shuts off the flow to the DHW heat
exchanger in the recirculation loop when the liquid temperature exceeds
1800F.


The air system has four modes of operation.


Mode 5 Auxiliary Space Heating: This mode is entered when the collec-
tors are inactive, the storage temperatures of both solar systems are be-
low 850F, and a demand for space heating exists. Circulation fan F3 sup-
plies auxiliary energy from the furnace to the perimeter zone. Circulation
continues in this mode until the demand for space heating is satisfied or
solar energy is available from either the collectors or storage.


Mode 6 Collector-to-Storage: This mode is entered when two conditions
are satisfied: first, the difference between the collector outlet tem-
perature and the bottom of storage is greater than 14F; secondly, there
is no demand for space heating. Fan Fl circulates air from storage,
through the collectors, and then back to storage. Circulation continues
in this mode until the differential temperature is less than 40F, or un-
til a demand for space heating occurs. In this mode, motorized dampers






Dl, D3, D5, D6, D7 and D8 are closed, and motorized dampers D2 and 04
are opened.


Mode 7 Storage-to-Conditioned Space: This mode is entered when a de-
mand for heating exists, the collector loop is inactive, and the top of
rock thermal storage is above 850F. Fan Fl circulates building return
air through storage and supplies solar heated air to the space heating
zone demanding heat. The solar control system determines which space
heating zone is supplied with heat. Circulation continues in this mode
until the storage temperature drops below 850F, or the demand for space
heating ceases. In this mode, motorized dampers D1, D5, D6 and D7 are
opened, or closed, depending upon which area requires heat. For proper
air circulation through storage, dampers D2 and D4 are closed, and D3
is opened.


Mode 8 Collector-to-Conditioned Space: This mode is entered when two
conditions are satisfied: first, a demand for space heating exists from
the perimeter zone, interior zone, or warehouse; secondly, the differen-
tial temperature between the collector outlet and the bottom of rock
thermal storage is greater than 14F. Fan Fl circulates air from con-
ditioned space through the collectors and supplies solar heated air to
area demanding heat. The solar control system has a priority scheme that
determines the order in which zone is supplied heat. Fans F3 and F4 as-
sist in the air distribution. This mode continues until either the dif-
ferential temperature between the collector outlet and the bottom of
storage is less than 40F, or the demand for space heating ceases. The
auxiliary furnace supplements solar energy for the perimeter zone only.
In this mode, motorized dampers D1, D5, D6 and D7 are either opened, or
closed, as determined by heating requirements. To circulate air only
through the collectors, motorized dampers D3, D4 and 08 are closed, and
damper D2 is opened.


The liquid system and the air system operate independently; however,
either system may be used in conjunction with the auxiliary furance
to satisfy a heating 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
definitions contained in NBSIR 76-1137, Thermal Data Requirements and
Performance Evaluations Procedures for the National Solar Heating and
Cooling Demonstration Program.

A. Introduction


During March, 32 percent of the 7.858 million Btu space heating system
load was provided by solar energy, resulting in a fossil energy savings
of 6.18 million Btu at an electrical energy cost of 0.65 million Btu.


For the air system, 31 percent of the 4.05 million Btu system load was
provided by solar energy, resulting in a fossil energy savings of 2.43
million Btu at an electrical energy cost of 0.30 million Btu. The energy
collection and storage subsystem and the space heating subsystem were
operational during the entire month.


For the liquid system, 34 percent of the 3.81 million Btu space heating
system load was provided by solar energy, resulting in a fossil energy sav-
ings of 2.56 million Btu at an electrical energy cost of 0.34 million Btu.
The energy collection and storage subsystem, the space heating subsystem,
and the DHW preheating subsystem were operational during the entire month.

B. Weather

During March, the temperature in Louisville, Kentucky was warmer than
normal, as evidenced by an average outside ambient temperature of 48F
when compared to the long-term value of 430F. This long-term value was
obtained from the climatological data for the city of Louisville, Kentucky.






In addition, there was more cloud cover than nominal, as evidenced by an
average Insolation of 1,069 Btu/ft2-day when compared to the long-term
value of 1,260 Btu/ft2-day. The long-term value was obtained from an algo-
rithm that projects the mean daily horizontal insolation into the plane of
the collectors.

C. Thermal Performance (Liquid System)

Collector During March, 7.95 million Btu of solar energy were incident
upon the collector array, and 6.87 million Btu were incident during the
operation of the subsystem. From this amount, 2.47 million Btu were col-
lected, resulting in a collector array efficiency of 31 percent, an opera-
tional efficiency of 36 percent. A total of 0.14 million Btu of electrical
energy was required to operate the subsystem.

Storage From the 2.47 million Btu of solar energy that were collected,
0.60 million Btu were delivered to the DHW preheating subsystem, 1.62
million Btu were delivered to thermal storage, 0.08 million Btu were deliv-
ered directly to the space heating subsystem, and the remaining 0.17 million
Btu were lost during transport. The amount that was delivered directly to
the space heating subsystem occurred from leakage around closed, motorized
valve V4 whenever pump P1 operated. From storage, 1.20 million Btu were
removed from the space heating subsystem and 0.44 million Btu were lost to
the warehouse, resulting in a storage efficiency of 73 percent. The average
storage temperature was 860F.

Space Heating A total of 1.28 million Btu of solar energy was delivered
to the subsystem. Of the total auxiliary energy used (5.35 million Btu),
2.53 million Btu of thermal energy were apportioned to the liquid system.
A total of 1.2 million Btu of electrical energy was required to operate
the subsystem, including the apportioned furnace air handler blower power.
Solar energy supplied 34 percent of the 3.81 million Btu subsystem load,
resulting in a fossil energy savings of 2.56 million Btu, at an electrical
energy cost of 0.34 million Btu.






Domestic Hot Water The DHW subsystem is instrumented to identify the
energy extracted from the collected energy and delivered to the DHW re-
circulation loop. The operating energy and the energy used by the DHW load
cannot be identified. The solar energy delivered to the subsystem was 0.60
million Btu.

D. Thermal Performance (Air System)


Collector During March, 6.49 million Btu of solar energy were incident
upon the collector array, and 6.00 million Btu were incident during the
operation of the subsystem. From the incident energy, a net amount of
1.57 million Btu were collected.

Due to the premature operation and, to a smaller extent, the late operation
of fan Fl, the temperature of air entering the collectors was greater than
the temperature of air that was leaving for short periods of time. As a
result, 0.05 million Btu of thermal energy was transferred from the office
area to the collectors and subsequently dissipated to the environment. This
process was accelerated when the subsystem cycled frequently during periods
of marginal or intermittent insolation. In addition, the net daily value
for collected solar energy and solar energy used was negative on four days
and three days, respectively. Consequently, the amount of collected solar
energy and collector array efficiency were smaller than expected. The net
collector array efficiency was 24 percent, an operational efficiency of
26 percent. A total of 0.27 million Btu of electrical energy was required
to operate the subsystem.

Storage From the net amount of 1.57 million Btu of solar energy that was
collected, 0.68 million Btu were delivered to storage, 0.83 million Btu were
delivered directly to the space heating subsystem, and the remaining 0.06
million Btu were lost during transport. From storage, a gross amount of
0.39 million Btu was removed for the space heating subsystem and 0.33 mil-
lion Btu were lost to the warehouse.






When there was a requirement for heat in the perimeter zone, motorized
damper Dl opened, regardless of the availability of solar energy from
either the collectors or thermal storage. Air was drawn from the office
area, through thermal storage, and around closed, motorized dampers D3
and D4 by fan F3 in the associated air-handling unit. When the temperature
of air entering thermal storage was greater than the temperature of air
that was leaving, thermal energy was transferred from the office area to
the storage unit and subsequently stored. This amounted to 0.06 million
Btu. In addition, the net daily value for energy from storage was negative
on six days. Consequently, the tabulated amount of energy from storage and
storage efficiency were smaller than expected. The net energy from storage
was 0.33 million Btu and the storage efficiency was 52 percent. The aver-
age daily storage tank temperature was 690F which is below the 850F set
point for storage to conditioned space operation (Mode 7).

Space Heating Subsystem A total of 1.22 million Btu of solar energy was
delivered to the subsystem. Of the total auxiliary energy used (5.35 mil-
lion Btu), 2.83 million Btu of thermal energy were apportioned to the air
system. A total of 0.87 million Btu of electrical energy was required to
operate the subsystem, including the apportioned furnace air handler blower
power. Solar energy supplied 31 percent of the 4.05 million Btu subsystem
load, resulting in a fossil energy savings of 2.43 million Btu, at an
electrical energy cost of 0.30 million Btu.


As mentioned in Section I, this system has two rock thermal storage units -
a 78-cubic foot main unit that is located in the warehouse, and a 158-cubic
foot auxiliary unit that is located under an office. Although the auxiliary
unit is larger, the nominal volumetric flow rate of air through it was one-
twelfth the rate of air through the main unit. As a result, only 0.07 million
Btu of solar energy were delivered to the auxiliary unit compared to 0.68 mil-
lion Btu that were delivered to the main unit. In addition, there was essen-
tially zero thermal energy removed from this unit, whereas a net value of 0.33
million Btu were removed from the main unit. Finally, the average temperature
of the auxiliary unit was 630F as opposed to 750F for the main unit. There-
fore, auxiliary rock thermal storage performed a negligible function in the
operation of this system.






E. Thermal Performance (Combined Systems)


The thermal performance of the combined liquid and air systems includes the
solar energy extracted from the liquid collector loop for use by the DHW
subsystem in the calculation for fossil savings and solar fraction. It has
not been included in the total load or solar energy used because the
auxiliary DHW energy is unknown. Accordingly, the solar fraction of the
overall system is high because the missing auxiliary energy factor which,
as a nominal part of the total load, is in the denominator of the solar
fraction expression. The Rademaker DHW load is estimated to be 10 percent
or less of the heating load and, therefore, this effect is not great.


A total of 2.51 million Btu of solar energy was delivered to the space
heating subsystems and 0.60 million Btu were delivered to the DHW pre-
heating subsystem. From the 11.59 million Btu of fossil energy available
to the furnace, 5.35 million Btu of thermal energy were delivered to heat
exchanger HX5. A total of 2.48 million Btu of electrical energy was re-
quired to operate the systems in order to maintain an average inside daily
building temperature of 720F. The solar fraction was 32 percent. The so-
lar energy used resulted in fossil energy savings of 6.18 million Btu, at
an electrical energy cost of 0.65 million Btu.


F. Observations


The liquid system operation is nominal except for a persistent leak around
normally closed valve V4. This effect was measurable (0.08 million Btu)
but of little consequence. Storage tank temperatures continue to be very
low (860F). This design deficiency is not easily fixed by retrofit. The
relatively low solar fraction of 31 percent is more strongly affected by
the design than by weather conditions.


The air system has exhibited the same recurring problems with air leaks as
previously reported. Until the malfunction in damper Dl controller is re-
paired, air flow will be spurious and not as designed. This has complicated
analysis but more importantly, the furnace interaction with the solar system
ducting has resulted in lowered efficiency.






G. Energy Savings


During March, the combined system fossil energy savings, including the solar
contribution to the DHW Subsystem, were 6.18 million Btu. These savings are
based on a furnace efficiency of 0.50 in the conversion of fossil energy to
usable thermal energy. The electrical energy savings were -0.65 million Btu
which is the equivalent operating energy that would have been required to
satisfy the observed monthly load by the gas furnace less the operating en-
ergy that was used.


The following percentage of time of the month of March that the air system
operated in the solar mode and the total system operated in the non-solar
modes is listed:


No Solar Operation 7.5 Percent
Solar Operation 56.7 Percent
Auxiliary Heating Only 11.8 Percent
Ventilating Only 43.3 Percent


During solar operation, the air system had the following breakdown of time
duration:


Collector-to-Load 10.5 Percent
Storage-to-Load 6.3 Percent
Collector-to-Storage 20.6 Percent

From the latter data, one observes that the air system is characterized as
a direct delivery system and that too much time and too much operating en-
ergy are used to put energy into storage for the time that it is used to
satisfy the heating demand.

It is difficult to derive from the data when solar energy was available
for collector-to-load operation and was not used in favor of the ventila-
tion mode. It appears that because of damper leakage, sufficient solar






energy is drawn into the office during high insolation midday periods to
satisfy the heating demand, or exceed it in some cases. This heat trans-
fer takes place by the spurious flow paths created by the pressure gen-
erated by ventilating blower fan F3.

III. ACTION STATUS

The site contractor has an open action item to correct the damper leaks
and the control of damper 01 which now opens when there is a demand for
heating regardless of whether solar energy is available. It has also
been recommended to the site contractor that the 158-cubic foot rock
thermal storage be completely disabled.









SOLAR HEATING AND COOLING DEMrNSTRATION PROGRAM


MONTHLY REPORT
SITE SUMMARY


SITE: RADEMAVER COOP.-A!v SYSTcM S. AP/PIO r-7/Oo
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH,1979

SITE/SYSTEM OrSCPToTTON:
THE PURPOSE OF THIS INSTALLATION IS TC PRCVIF SPACE HEATTNG AND DOMFS-
TIC HOT WATER PPEIATING nOR A 10,OCC SQ. T. nfrFTCE/WAEHOLSP. THIS IS
ACCOMPLISHED BY CTRCULATTING AI THOCUiG 10 FLAT PLATE COLLErTORS TO
TRANSFER SOLAR ENERGY TO EITHER THE OFFICE APEA 00 TO A 236 CU.FT.
THERMAL STORAGE UNIT. THE SYSTEM IS AUGMCNTFD BY HEAT 0DOM A 125,000
BTU/HR, NATURAL GAS FURNACE.


GENERAL SITE DATA:
INCIDENT SOLAR PNERGY


COLLECTED SOLAR ErNERGY
AVPEAGF AMBIENT TFMPCRaTURF
AVERAGE BUILDING TEMPERATURE
FCSS SOLAR CONVERSION ECICIENCY
ECSS OPERATING ENERGv
TOTAL SYSTEM OPERATING ENERGY
TOTAL ENERGY CONSLMEn


6.486
33263
I.=68
8041
48
72
0.273
1.141
P.QO0


MILLION BTU
RTU/ SO. CT.
MILLION BTU
BT!'/S .c T.
DEGRFES F
OmcP Fe S


MTL InN
MILLION
MILL ION


RTlU
BTU
RTU


SUBSYSTEM SUMMARY:
LVAD
SOLAR FRACTION
SOLAR FNFRGY tUScD
OPERATING ENERGY
AUX. THERMAL FNCRGv
AUX. ELECTRIC FUEL
AUX. FOSSIL FUEL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FOSSIL SAVINGS


HCT WATER
N.A.
N A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
hl. A.
N.A.
N.A.


I-FET ING
4.049
31
1. 22
0. P6P
2.827
N.A.
6.1C0
-0.031
2.434


COOL ING
N, A
N. A.
N. A
N. A.
N A

N. A
N A.


SYSTEM TnTAL
4.049 MILl TON
31 pcoCFNT
1.222 MILLION
1.141 MILLIOnl
2.827 MILLION
N.A. MILLION
6.100 MILLTnN
-0.314 MILLION
?.474 MILLION


SYSTEM PERFnOMANCE FACTOR:


0.4CF


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA
@ DENOTES NULL DATA
N.A. DENOTES NOT APDLICAPBLE ATA
REFERENCE: USER'S GUIDE TO THE MONTHLY PERFPRMANCc REPORT
OF THE NATIONAL SOLAR DATA PROGRAM,FEBRUARY 28,197E,
SOL AR/0004-78/18


RTU
PTU
BTU
BTU
PTU
qTUJ
BTU
RTU










rCtlP PEATI NG Nr CODLING rEMONSTDATTON PROroa&M


MONTHLY PROCPT
SITE SUMMARY


SITF: QAnPMAKFR rORP.-AIR SYSTrF
RcPOPT PERIOD: MARCH,1I07c


SITP/SYSTFM FDSCRIOTICON
THE PURPOSE OF THIS INSTALLATION IS TO PROVIOn SPACc HFATIhG AND rOOMS-
TIC HOT WATFR DPFHATTING ro t 1O,0O0 SO.FT. f FcTCF/WAOWo L,. TYH! Tr
ACCnMPLTSHFn BY CIRCULATING AIR THRCUrH 10 FLAT PLATF CfLL ErTnRS TC
TRANSFER SOLAR FNrRGY TO EITHER THE nFEICF APPA np TOn 23E CU. T.
THFRMAL STORAGE UNIT. THe SYSTEM IS AUlGMNTrP BY HEAT pnPM A 12,n04
BTU/HR, NATURAL GAS FUPNAFF.


G NFRAL SITE DATA:
INCIDENT SOLAR ENERGY


COLLECTFD SOLAR chtENeP
AVERAGE AMBIENT TEMDCRATURE
AVERAGE BUILDING TFMC~EATURE
ECSS SOLAR CONVEPSION EF ICIFNCY
ECSS OPERATING ENcRGY
TOTAL SYSTEM OPERATING ENERGY
TOTAL ENPEGY CONSLMCnr


SUBSYSTEM SUMMARY:
LOAD
SOLAP &RACTICN
SOLAR ENERGY USED
OPERATING ENERGY
AUX. THERMAL FNG
AUX. ELECTRIC FUEL
AUX. FOSSIL cIjU
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FOSSIL SAVINGS


HOT WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N A,


HFATING
4.271
?1
0.916
2.QR?
N.A.
6.531
-0.03?
2.567


COOLING
N.A.

N.A.

N. A
N. &


6.94? GICA JnULeF
37-733 KJ/SQ.M.
1.654 GIA JhUti S
01310 KJ/SQ.M,
0 l'FGRFCS r
72 fpOR cc S
0.10
0.2?R GTrA Jnies
1.204 G!GA JnLLtcS
Q. -1 o GIGA Jn"'LES

SYSTEM TOTAL
4.271 GIGA JrlL.ct
'1 PC=r CNT
1.2?R GIrA JOULES
1.204 GIGrA JO'lLFS
2.982 GI ", Jn'iLtS
N.A. GIGA JC1ftLFS
6. r,1 CT A JnIJLCS
-0.321 GIGt JOULES
2.567 rGI-& JOniLES


SYSTEM PERFOPMANCF FCTCR:


0.405


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA
@ DFNOTCS NULL DATA
N.A. DENnTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA
RpFERENCE: USER'S GUIDO TO THF MONTHLY PERFORMANCES RFPnrfT
OT THr NATIONAL SOLAR CATA 0oOGRAM, cBRtUAPY 29,1Q7F,
SOLAR/0004-7"/1B


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SCLAR HEATING AND CCCLING !EFMNSTRATION PROGRAM
MONTHLY RFPf'PT
ENERGY COLLECTION AND STORAGE SURSYSTFM (FCSS)


SOL AR/ 009-7o/03


STATE: RADEMAKFP CORP.-AIP SYSTEM
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH,1979


DAY
OF
MONTH


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
SUM
AVG
NRS TD


INCIDENT
SOLAR
ENFPGY
MILLION
8TU
0.059
0.258
0.047
0.176
0.044
0.421
0.127
0.174
0.159
0.246
0.203
0.448
0.167
0.366
0.446
0.457
0.405
0.329
0.138
0.130
0.290O
0.148
0. 183
0.034
0.104
0.250
0.100
0.214
0.119
0.195
0.041
6.486
0.20
Q001


AMRTINT
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45
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43
45
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38
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50
63
60
62
64
63
F57
30
30
36
3?
55
66
67
57

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ENERGY
TC
LOADS
MILLION
BTU
0.003
0.048
0.035
0.C03
-0.003
0.075
0 .027
0.026
0.025
0.055
0.021
0.090
C.030
C .C66
0.084
0.C95
0 .098
C.C89
0.036
0.031
0.066
0.045
0.023
0.018
-0.015
0.039
C .C06
0.006
0 .036
C.C2P
0 .03
0.013
1.222
0.030


----------1
AUX
THEPMAL
TO FCSS
MILLION
BTU
N
C
T
A
P
p
L
I
0
r
A
8
L
E














N.A.
N.AA.


ErSS
SNF9 0C- Y
RFJFCTED
MILLION
RTU
N
0
T

A
P
P
L
T
C
A
B
L
F


FCSS
OPeR AT TNG
EMcRGY
MILLI ON
BTU
I-----------
0.003
0.000
0.011
0.012
0. n01
0. 011
Onse
0. OOr
0.008
0. 00 P
0.011
0. 008
0.010
0. nOr:
0.0 09
0.011
0.011
0.012
0.012
0.011
0.009
0.011
0.010
0 .006
0. 001
0. 00Q
0.OO8
O.nln

0.011
0.010
0.011
0.004
0. 273
i-----------
0.009
Q1 02


FCcS CCNVERSION
EFICI FNCY


0.056
0. 185
-0.10R
0. ?01
-0 .073
0.179
0.211
01150
0 *.4Q
0. 15o
0.2?4
0.103
0.200
0.177
0.180
0.188
0.207
0. 242
0 .71
0.250
0. 237
0.221
0.302
0.123
0.540
-0. 140

0.167
0 230
0.198
0.317


i-------------
n.18l
h!I11


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DFNOTES NOT APPLICAELF rATA.


-~ I


N.A.
N. A.








SCLAPR EATINGG AND 001l.ING r)FMnNSTPATION DOC3QAM


MONTHLY REPCPT
COPLECTOP ARRAY PrFRPRMANrF


SITC: PA0PFaKg~ CfRP.-AIR SYSTEM
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH,1979


SnL o/? 00- 70/03


DAY INCnDENT
OF SOLAR
MONTH ENRGYy
MILLION
PRTU
1 C, C59
2 0.258
3 0.0,47
4 0.176
5 0.044
6 0.421
7 0.127
8 0.174
9 0.159
10 0.246
11 0.203
12 0.448
13 0.167
14 0.366
15 0.446
16 0.457
17 C.4C5
18 0. 329
19 0. 18
20 0. 130
21 0.209
22 0.148
23 0.183
24 0.034
25 C.1C4
26 0,250
27 0.100
28 0,214
29 0.119
30 C 1C5
31 0.041
SUM 6.496
AVG 0.20o
NBSeI C0ol


OPERATIONAL
INCIDENT
ENFRGY
MILLION
BTU
0.033
0.243
0.043
C. 172
0.008
0.406
0.115
0.163
0.144
0.216
0.178
0.421
0.147
C.335
0.433
0.419
C.3Q?
0.325
0.131
0. 110
0.288
0,139
C.168
0.007
0.081
0.232
0.082
0.208
0.116
C.193
0.028
6.003
0.194


COLLECT EC
SOL 5P
'ILLTCN
RTL
0.001
C.C63
-0.007
C. C43
-0 ,CC3
0 10c;
C.C?q
0.040
0.070
C. C60
0.026
C. 123
0.0 P7
0.087
C 113
0.121
0.123
C.120
0.041
C. C41
0C.96
0.044
C.C41
-0.002
-0.010
0. c
0.003



C .CC2

0.051

I---------


DAYT IMF
AMR I FT
TCMP
)EG c

4P
52
R 7
60
40
52
53
51
47
45
20
58
44
39
55
66
7-,
70
60
70)
72
59
31
40
40
63
67
72
57


54


COL L CTOP
APRAY
Ec ICIFNCYV


0.012
0.244
-0. 140
0.243
-0.078
(). 2c0
0.21R
0.229
0.182
0.242
0.130
0.274
0.105
0.237
0.252
0.266
0.303
0.365
0.300
0.314
0.320
0.300
0.222
-0.048
-0.006
0.219
0.031
0.283
0.2R2
0, 28 2
0.309
0. 050


0.242
N100


* DENOTES UNAVAILARLF DATA.
n OFNOTFS NLLL rATA,
N., r)OTES NIOT APPLICALtF nATA.











SOLAR HFATING AND COCLINrG CF~CNSTRATION PROGRAM
MONTHLY REP!PT
STORAGE PEPRFC ANCE


S ILAR/2000-79/03


SITF: RA0EMfKtl f CORP.-AIR SYSTEM
REPORT PERICC: NARCH,1979


I---- i------


DAY
OF
MON TH


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
SUM
AV G
NBS ID


ENERGY
TC
STORAGE
MILLION
BTU
0.001
0. C29
0.001
0.008
C. 000
0.050
0.016
0.023
0.015
0. 004
0.001
0.054
0. r17
0.037
0.050
0.051
0.042
0. 047
0.021
0.022
0. 044
0.023
0.017
0.000
0.000r
0.022
0.004
C.OO



0.670
0.022
Q200


ENERGY
FROM
STORAGE
MILLION
BTU
-0.004
C.013
C.003
-0.001
-C. C09
0.026
0.011
C. CC05
0.010
C. 003
-C.007
0.027
C.010
0.024
0.02R
C.034
0.025
C.020
C.013
0.009
C. 019
0.021
0.002
C.Cla
-0.003
C.005
C.001
-0.000
C.011
0.008
0.011
0.334
C.011
C201


CHANGE
IN STCRFD
ENERGY
MILLION
ETU
-0.004
0.010
-0c.c011
-0.001
-0.000
0.0C16
-0.006
C C12
-0.015
-C0Ccs
0.0?1
-0.001
C.CC7
0.001
C.CC3
-C.CCO
0.020
-C. CC5
0 .003
0.017
-0.C14
0.011
-0.C49
-0.C14
0.012
-C.CCS
0.0?7
0. 004
0.015
-0.023
0.017
O.C01
0.001
----------
-- I
Q202


STOPAG'
AV R A, E
TEDMP
DFG F
I----------
65
68
65
65
64
70
66
68
6R
65
62
69
66
70
71
71
71
7 '
72
73
76
74
76
60
6'
64
64
68
71
74
72


69


STORAGE
Ef ICIENCY



-10.003
0.789
-6.796
-0.252
1.000
0. 847
0.286
0.766
0.052
-3.050
-17.282
0. 803
0.52C
0. 804
0.589
0.717
0.601
0.861
0.380
0.556
0.813
0.310
0.791
1.000
1.000
0.7m0
-1.020
0.003
0.811
0.752
-10.744


0.517
N10A


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE rATA.
@ OENOTFS NULL OTTA.
N.A. DFNOTFr NOT APPLICPPLI CATA.







SPLAR 0hATING AND COOLINr, DErMON TD ACTION DO0GOAM
MONTHLY PFPCPT
HOT WATFR SLRS STrF


STTc: PAnFMAKF9 COPP.-AIR SVSTE~
PFPnfRT DERIOD: MARCH,1Q79

o)AY HnT SOLAP SOLAP r
OF WATFR PR.OF ENERGY FN
rrN. LOAn LOAn uSFn
MILL nN PER MILLION MT L
9TU CFNT 8T11
1 N N N
2 0 n n
TA T T T
4
5 A A
6 P P P
7 0 p p
9 L L L
Q I T I
0 C Cc
11 A A A
12 B B B
13 L L L
14 F 0 E
15
16
17
1R
10
20
21
2?
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
SUM N.A. N.A.
--- -----J
AVG N.A. N.A. N.A.
NBS 0302 N300 0300 0

* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DONOTc" NULL rATA.
N.A. OENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA.


SOL AI /n70-' 9/nA


o=R
ORGY
LT rN
TI)

N
n
T
A
p
P
L
I
CT
A
B
L
F


N.A.

303


AUY
THFRIVAL
US F
'I LLICN
PTU
N
nf
T
A
P


A
R
L
F


AIJX
FLECT
FUrL
MTLLICN
8TU

0
T
A
p
P
L
I
r
4A
8
B
L
E


-------- ---------
N.A. N.A.
S N.A. N.A.
C301 0305
I-----------------


Al1X L PCT I
FnSSIL FNFKGY
FIJCL ~AVT NWS
MILLION MILL ION I
RTU RL'
N N!
0 0
T T'
IA A
S1 p
L L
I I
r r
A A
P B
L L
















N.A. .
N.A. N.A.
0?06 ---


FOSSIL
NE'FPGY
SA V NC S
MILLION
BTU
N
0
TI
A
Pi
P
L
I
C
A
B
L
















N.A.
N.A.
i 13--------
0I. 3


SUP. HnT
WAT. WAT.
TF MDI T= M
DFG I G


0o
T T

A a
P D
P P
L L
I I
r r





I---h $---"
$A A
9N
L L
















I----

N.A. N.A.
N?05 Nrn07


HnT
WA ER
USrn
GAL

C
T i



A
P
L


C

c


M A.
N Ofl


I










SOLAR H ACTING ANC COOLING CPMCNSTRATTCN PROGRAM
MONTHLY REPORT
SPACE FEATINq S'IPSYSTcM


SOLAR/2n0o-70o/n


SITE: RAPEMAKER CORP.-AIR SYST M
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH,1979


CAY
OF
MON.


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
10
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
SUM
AVG
NBS


SPACE I
HE ATI NG
LOAD
MILLION
BTU
0.099
0.130
0.0901
0.116
0.122
0.17
0.165
0.1081
0.098
0.199
0.3621
0.?60
0.1341
0.152
0.200
0.2211
0.168
0.1141
0.048
0.036
0.0721
0.045
0.0231
0.095i
0.282
0.216
10.110
0.116
0.028
0.0391
0.027
4.048
0.131'
0402


SOLAR
IFr .OF
LOA I
PCT


30
41
31
0'
481
16
241
31
28
61
35
221
441
42
43(
58
78
7 1
86
921
1001
100
21'
0
20
P1
31
100
1001
48


N4-0
311
N400


- ------ I ------ -- -- -
SOLAR OPa AUX 1
USFO LSEn
MILLIrN MILl ION MILLION
BTL' PTU PTU
0.003 0.015 0.00o6
0.048 C.031 0. 082
-0.005 0.020 C.104
0.035 0. 0n0 0.0811
-0.003 0.014 0.125
0.075 0,046 0.082
0. 07 0.0?4 0 138
0.026 0.030 0.082
0.025 0.021 0.0721
n. CR 0.034 0.144
0.021 0.044 0.341
0.090 0.047 0.171'
0.030 0.029 0.104
0 .66 0,035 0.0861
0.094 r.047 0.116
0.095 0.040 0.127
0.098 0.043 0.0711
0 0.09 0.030 ".025
0.036 0.014 0.012
0.031 0.022 0.0051
0.066 C.030 0.005
0.045 0.n27 0.n0on
0.0?3 0. 15 0.000
0.018 0.00 0.077
-0.015 0.036 0.2981
0. C39 0.037 0.176
0.006 0.026 C.113
0.036 0.035 0.0811
0.028 .002 0.000
0.039 0.010 0.000
0.013 0.004 0.014
1.222 n.868 2.827
-- ---- -- --- -------
0.030 0.02P C.001
0400 0403 401 --------
0400 0403 Q,401
----- ---- --------I


AUX
ELECT
FUEL
MILL ION

N
C
T
A
p
P
L
I
Cr

















----_-(-
i

L

















N.A.


AUX
FOSSIL
FUEL
MILLION
RTU

0.198
0.151
0.207
0.173
0.240
0. 181
0.264
0.201
0.168
n .04
0.689
0.34Q
0.262
0.161
0.204
0.281
0.176
0.072
0 021
0.043
0.077
0.027
0.013
0.015
0.176
0.644
0.3811
0.260
0.200
0 007-
0.007
0.036
6.100

0.2001
0410


eLECT
EN ERGY
SAVINGS
MILLION
RTIJ

-C.003
-0.002
C. 004
-C.002
C.00?
C.001
-0.001
-C.004
-C. 001
-0.003
C. 005
-C.001
C.000
C. 001
0.000
0.004
C,.001
-0.003
C. n01
C. 000
C.000
C. n00
0.000
C. 000
-C.002
-O.r001
-C.00

C. 000
-0.000
-C.031
-C. 001
0415


* DENOTFS UNAVAILABLE PATA.
@ DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. FNDNlTES NOT AcoLICABLE CATA.


FOSSILL
ENERGY
SAVIN GS
MI LLT ON
PTU
0. 007
0. 09
-0. 010
0. 070
-0.006
0.150
0. 0o 3
0.0=3
0.052
0.050
0.110
0 042
0. 178
0.050
0 .90
0.132
0.167
0. I1 8
0. 195
0.178
0.071
0.061
0.132
0. 08 9
0.045
0.036
-0. 031
0.078
0.012
0.071
0.057
0. 07-
0.026
434
0. 079
0417


BLOG
TFMP
r)FrG.
F

77
72
72
72
71
72
72
72
72
'2
71
73
71'
73
73

74
7I -
73
74
7-
-71
72
72
72
72
72
73
71


72
-N-4n 6


AMR
Tr-MP
II
F

45
451
54
54
42
43
48
45
25
8
51
41.
31
37
50
63
An
62
64
A 63
57
ja
36
18
55
661
671
571


I----


\D







SnLAR HEATING ANDr COOLINr r1F4nNSToITT!ON ronOlAM
MONTHLY REPORT
ENVTPONMFNTAL SUM1AO Y


SI T- : RAD4MAKb0o COQD.-~TO SVSTFM
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH, 179
f)A -- .I -- -- -
TAY TOTAL nI cUSF AMPI NT
OF INSULATION INSOLATION TEMPERATURE
MONTH
PTU/SQ.FT PTU/CQ.FT DFG F
1 301 N 45
2 1325 0 45
3 241 T 54
4 901 54
5 227 A 38
6 2160 0 42
7 650 P 43
p P91 L 45
9 P15 T 45
10 1261 C 38
11 In42 A 25
12 2297 8 3 8
13 856 L 51
14 1879 E 41
15 2290 31
16 2342 37
17 2077 50
18 1687 63
1a 708, 60
20 666 62
21 1532 64
22 757 6-
23 940 ;7
24 177 3
25 5310 0
26 12P3 36
27 512 38
28 1100 5
29 609 66
30 1002 67
31 708 r 7
SUM 33263 N.A. -
AVG 1073 N.A. 48
------- ---------- ----------- -----------
NBS ID Q001 N113

DENOTES IUNAVAILABLe DATA.
@ DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTFS NOT APPL'CARPL OATA.


S0LAQ /1000Q-q79/n


CAYT 'MC
AMBTINT
FCF

48
5?
c7
60
40
52
53
51
47
45
29
55
P8
44
55
66
77
70
69
70
72
50
37
31
40
40
63
72
57


54
----------


P F[ AT T VC
HUMI rI TY
pcp r NT

N
C


A

L
I



L
F

















N.A.
- -


WIND
DIPe'TION
nEGPF!S
N
0
T

A
p
I
C
A

L
r


I-------------


-------------
N. A.
N115


Spcn

M.O.H.















I---------~----
N
T

A

L
T
C
A
I







-L
-c








N.A.
-------------










SCLAR HEATING ANT C00O TNG PCMONSTPATTnN OPCGRAM


MONTHLY RcPfPT
AUXILIARY STORAGE PFR0nRMANCc


STTF: RA0rMaKQP 0rpop.-AIp SYSTEM
PFPORT PERIOD: MARCH,1979


SnLAP/ 7r)n0- 7/n


DAY
MO
MONTH


N1R(GY
NeRC-Y
TOA
wTLLTCN
BTIJ
r. oco
0. 00n
0.001
0.0no0
0. Or4
O.On2
0.002
!.002
0.0noo

0.002
0. 0Pr
0.004
C, CCr,
0.004
0.0 4
C. 00?
0.003


0000
0.002
0.001
0.003
0.000


0.002
C. 003
0.001
0.067
---------


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
SUM
AVG


ENERGY
FROM
STCRAG=
MTLLTON
PTU
-C. COO
-0.000
0.000
C. OOO
-0.000
C. 000
C.000
-0.000
C.000
0.000
0.000
C. co
-0.000
C. 000
C .CO
0.000
C.000
0.000
0.000
C.000
0.000
C. 000
C. CO
0.000
C. 000
0.000
-0.000
-C. 000
0.000
C. 000
C.000


----------I----------
STOPAGE S TPRAGF
AVFPAG" EF ICIENCY
nOFG c-


--i



--1


INCOEASc
IN STlRER
NTLLTCN
RTU
----------1
-0.001
0.006
-0.003
C.001
0 .007
-C.CO2
0.002
-0.001

C.CCP

0.005
0.002
0.000
0.001
C.CC2
C C 04
-0.003
C.CC2
-0.012
-0.010
0.c0l
-0.00r
C. C03


0.014
0.000


* OENOTES UAVAILABLE DATA.
a DENOTES NLLL nATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA.


63
i...............


-----------1
C. 003
0.on0


-I--- -
-100.?310
22.407
31. P45
0.312
-153.811
4471.434
50. 382
0.850
105.672
16.620
32.244
-15 8. 534
-14.610
-7.3r5
107. 544
9.070
6.845
-3.164
13. 185
43.758
1.3P9
78.042
1.848
246. 520
26.466
10.00
-110 .=4
35.33?6
-4?. 491
-51.764
312.178

0.425
10.425 1
I ---------








SLAP HFATING ANr CCrLTNG C CMNTrAT ICN PROnAN,
MONTH Y RprlRT
FXTP6 LOAr SUBSYSTrM


SOL AR/20no-0O/01


SITF: RAHDMAKFO COPP.-ATP SYSTEM
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH,l C7


n)AY
OF
MONTH


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
o
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
V31
SUM
AVG


SOL AR
=RACTICN
OF LOAD)
PFRrCNT



0
'2
19
-1
19
24
15
28
34
?8
46
c7
70
P2
82
1
82
1CC
100
32
-1
10
I
25
1CC
ICC
68


32


------- I------- I
npCp I &AUX
ENERGY THERMAL


50LAR
U~cn
MILL I01P
BTU
0 004'
0.086
0.001
0.0351
-0.003n
0.1471
0,05?
0.052
0.050
0.0261
0.098
0.028
0.1761
0.080
0.13e
0.183
0.231
0.240'
0.195
0.111
0.048'
0.115
0 .IIP
0.n037
0.072
-0.0131
0.041
0.006
0.054
0.041
0.030
0.060
2.505
0.081I


AUX
CLrCT
FU'L
MILLION
RTU


-- --- -- -
AUX
COSST L
cU L
MI LLI n
RTU


M ILL ION
PTU!
0.030
0.083
0.060
0.080
0.03F
0.10 9
0,0035
0 .093
0.08
0.066



C. 000
0.110
0.129
0.126
0.098
C.076
0.078
C. rlp -I
C 091
C .Oql
0.043
0.083
0.090
0.072
0 089
0.033
0.046
0.030
2.480
0.080


C----C-Y
ENcPGY
S A/ INGS
MILIOT (I
RTU
-0.0 !6
-0 .021
-3.022
-0 .022
-0 .012
-nn r?p
- .027
-0.021
-3 .n38
--0 .n21 ,
1-0.0211
-3 .029
-0.021
-0.0201
-0 .02 P
-9 .029
-0.n30
-0 ."'25
-0.010
-0.017
-10 1 P
-0.016
-0.0091
-0 .010
-0.017
-09 10
-0.020'
-0.025
-3 .015
-0 .017
-0.007
-0.645
-0.021


-------

S AV WINGS
MILLION
RTU
0.014
0.221
0.004
0.114
-0.006
0.374
0.1'1
0 .13
0.080
0.254
0.001
0.449
0.210
S.340
0.447
0 .541
0.567
0.460
0.258
0.131
0.287
0.268
0.096
0 .142
-0 013
0 106
0.01
0.12P
0.106
0.124
6.1 83
0 .100


* DENOTES UNAVATLAPLF pATA.
> DENOTES NULL OATA.
N.A. OENOTES NOT ApoDICARLE nATA.


N 0. 391
0 0.210C
T 0.414
0,34C
A n.409
p n. 352
P 0.42?8
L 0.376
I 0.33
C 0 ."nO
A 1.456
B .%685
L 0.366
0, 4304
0n44 2
0.3P1
0. 265
0.113
0.055
0.045
0. 026
0.03C
.?34c
1. 2 7
n 7.67
n.767
0 (22
O.nli
0.013
0 13
0.074
N.A. 11.502
N.A. 0.374










SOLAR HEATING AND COOLING DEMONSTRATION DPOrrAM


MONTHLY REPORT
SITE SUMMAPR


SITc: RADFMAKFR CCRP.-!ITrJlCID SYSTEM SL AR 00OOo-7q/)'A
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH,197q

SITE/SYSTEM DFSCRIDTICN:
THE PURPOSE OF THIS INSTALLATION IS TC PRCVInE SPACE HFATING AND
DOMESTIC HOT WATER PREHEATING FOP A 1000,C SO.cT. OFFICE WAlREHnUSE.
THIS IS ACCOMPLISHED PY CIRCULATING A 46T PRfPYLrNE GLYCOL SOLUTION
THROUGH 6 FLAT PLATE COLLECTORS TO TRANSFER 'OLAP ENERGY TC THE
DOMESTIC HOT WATER SUBSYSTEM AND TO A 560 GAL. INSULATED TANK. THe SDACF
HEATING SUBSYST M IS AlUrMFNTEC BY A 125,000 PTU/HR, NATURAL GAS URPNAC9.


GENERAL SITE DATA:
INCIDENT SOLAR ENRQGV


COLLECTED SOLAP ENERGY
AVERAGE AMRBINT TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE BUILDING TEMPERATURE
FCSS SOLAR CONVERSION Fc=ICIENCY
ECSS OPERATING ENERGY
TOTAL SYSTEM OPERATING ENERGY
TOTAL ENERGY CONSLMED


7.95 0
33125
2.471
10295
48
72
0.24
0.13
1.338
q.211


MILLION BTU
PTU/SO. T.
MILtLIO-N 9TU
BTI/ SQ.FT.
DEGREES F
DFrGPFe S
MILLION PTU
MILLION BTU
MILLION RTU


SUBSYSTEM SUMMARY:
LOAD
SOLAR FACTION
SOLAR ENEPGY USED
OPERATING ENERGY
AUX. THFRMAL ENERGY
AUX. ELECTRIC FUEL
AUX. FOSSIL FUFL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FOSSIL SAVINGS


HCT WATER
N.A.
N A.
0.5989
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.L.


I& AT ING
3.in
34
1.9 1
2,526
N. A.
c.4C?
-0.202
'.557


COOLING
N. A
N.A.
N.A
S.A.

N ,A
N.A.
N.A.


SYSTEM TOTAL
3.Pl0 MILLION PTU
A4 PERCENT
1.882 MILLION PTU
1.338 MILLION RTU
2.526 MI.ITnN BTU
N.A. MILL ION RTU
5.402 MILLION RTU
-0.341 MILLION BTU
2.557 MILLION RTU


SYSTEM PER ORMANCE FACTOR:


0.386


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA
@ DENOTES NULL DATA
N.A. DENOTES NOT APOLTCABLE PATA
REFERENCr: USFR'S GUInE TO Tw- MONTHLY PFRCCRCPANCE REPORT
OF THE NATIONAL SOLAR DATA PROGRAM,FcBRUAPY ?8,197E,
SOLAR/0004-7R/ R








grLAn -FATINC MNr COrLINr rcMpOJSTPATTON PPa-nAM


MONTHLY RcpppT
SITE SUMMYPY


SOL AP /2nnl- "~f/


SITe: QAPAMAKFR CORP.-LPtrUTf SVSTCM
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH, 197


SITF/SYSTFM DPSCPIPTT I :
THF PURPOSE OF THIS TNSTALLATICN IS TO PROVICF SPACc HtATIN( AND
nOMESTIC HOT WATCr DPocHCTING coo A 10,000 Sn.cT. nTc rf c /wy cH) .
THIS !S A(COMPLISHFD PY CTPCULATTNG A 467 PproYLcNc GLLVCL SOLJTTON
THROUGH 6 FLAT PLATE COLLECTORS TO TRANSFFP ,CnLAp iMCRGY TF THc
r)OMESTIC HOT WATCQ SUPSYSTFM ANC TO A 560 GCAL. INSUL&ATcn TANK. T4E SPACE
HcATING SURSYST M IS AUGMENTED RY A 12i5,00 PTU/HP, NATURAL GAC cURNACC .
GENERAL SITE DATA:
INCIncNT SOLAR ENCRGV R.387


COLLECTFD SOLA cNPERGY
AVERAGE AMBIENT TcMpCRATUPs
AV 'FAGF RUILnTNG" TFM0CoATJ~oF
ECSS SOLAP CONVFPCION EccICTENCY
cCSS OPFRATING FNEPGY
TOTAL SYSTEM OPCRATIN r-cNcRGY
TOTAL ENFPGY CONSLMeC


GITA JPIHLe


376160 KJ/Sfm.
7. 607 GTGA JnUlcrS
116011 KJ/SO.M.
9 rrG% S C
? 2 nF, cc S r
S.24
0.147 GITA JOL'5g
1.412 GIgA JOULcS
C0717 GTGA JnULES


SURSYSTcM SUMMARY:
LOAD
SOLAR tRACTICN
SOLAR FNcPGY UScn
OPERATING FNERGV
AUX. THERMAL ENG
AUX. ELECTRIC FUEL
AUX. FOSSIL PFrL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
COSSIL SAVINGS


HP' WATER
N. A.
N.A.
0,631

N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
M A .


HE EATING
4. (?,
34
1.354
1.26=
2.66=
N. A.
5.6<99
-0.213
2. 6c9


COOLINGC
M.A A
A
N. A
M.A .
N.A.
N. A
N.A
M.A


SYSTC M TT AL
4.020 GI' A JO'ILES
14 PEPRf NT
1,OR6 GTGA JIOULFS
1.412 GIGA JOULe S
2.66 GIlGA JOULcS
'.A. GTGA J '11Lr' #
5. 619 GIGA JOJl)cS
-0.360 GISA JO1JLFS
2.698 GIGA JOULlS


SYSTEM PFRFOPMANCE FrCTrfT


0.386


* DENOTES IJNAVAILARLe ODA'
N OFNnTES NULL rATA
N.A. DENn)TFS NOT APPLICABLE D ATA
PFFFRENCC: USER'S GITnE Tl THF -MrNTHLY PFRrRMNNrEc PErnRT
OF THt NATIONAl OLAR CATA DD"cGRAM, TPRPUAPY 28,10' ?,
SOLAR/Onq4-79/18











SCLAR HEATING AND CCCLIN, ,EMPNSTRATION PROGRAM
MONTHLY RFPOPT
EhcAGv COLLECTION ANr STORAGe SUBSYSTCM (FCSS)


SITE: PADEMAKFP CORP.-LI UTD VSTFM
DEPORT PERInD: MARCH,1979


SOL AP/ ?OQ-T70Qn


DAY
OF
MONTH


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
SUM
AVG
NRS ID


------ ---------


INC IDENT
SOLAR
ENERGY
MILLION
BTU
0.06Q
0.260
0.054
0.221
0.051
0.153
0.217
0.194
0.'05
0.240
0.574
0.203
0.457
0.570
0.582
0.515
0.410
0.16r
0.151
0.362
0.1-8
0.219
0.03P
0.120
0.297
0.115
0.2rP
0.139
0.232
0.046
7.950
0.256
0001


AMRIENM
TCltD


O G-F
45
45
C4
54
38
42
45
45
9
r8

2c

41
*1



37
36
6
62

57



--- I
30 11
36
38
66
47
57


4-

N113


-- --- -- --_- _- ---- ----------- I
ENERGY AUX ECSS
TC THERMAL niEDATING
LOADS TO PCSS cNCRGV
MILLION MILLION MILLION
BTU PTUJ BTTU
0.004 N 0.001
0.063 C 0.00=
0. CO T 0. 000
0.027 0.006
0.000 A 0.000
0.112 P 0.007
0.030 P 0.004 4
0.044 L 0.00?
0.015 I 0.001
0.072 C 0.006
0.02 A 0.004
0.135 p 0.007
0.076 L 0.00
C 105 E 0.006
0.141 0.007
0.177 0.00-'
0.187 0. 07
0.14? 0.002
0. 0C4 0.006
0.035 0.00r
0.078 0.o06
C.090 0.00 O
0.026 0.00
0.053 0.000
0.009 0. 02
0.014 n.0nc
C.C04 0. 0n?
0.028 0.07
0.025 0.006
C.C13 006
0.040 0.001
1.882 N.A. n.130
0.061 N.A. 0.004
C102


ECSS
F-N'RGY
RFJFCTED
MILLION
BTU
N
0
T

A
P
P
L
I


L















N. A.
N.A.


ECSS SOLAR
rCCNVF RSTON
Fc ICIENCY


0.051
0.243
0.120
O. 0O8
0.008
0.206
0.253
0 .200
0.076
0. 36
0.100
0. 236
0,374
0.220
0. 47
0 .304
0. 63
0.345
0.56
0.231
".215
0 .07
0.116
1.420
0. 07'
0.047
0.037
0. 11 0
178
0.096
1.078


0.2371


* nENnTES UNAVAILABLE OATA.
@ DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICAPlrt CrTA.







SCLAR HEATING AND COOLING OFMhONSTRATTON PRCGRAM


MrNTHLY PEPCRT
COLLECTOR ARR&Y PFRECRMANCc


SITC: RADCFAKcO CORP.-LICUTP SYSTEM
REPORT PFRIC=: MARCH,1979


SOnLAQ /?000-70/ r


DAY
OF
MrNTH


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
?0
31
SUM
AVG
NPS 10


InCT 'ENT
SOLAR
MILLT rN

0. C69q
0. (04
0.221
0.051
0 545
0.1=3
0.217
C. 194
0.3C5
0.249
0. 74
0.203
0.457
0.5R2
0. 15
0.410
0.165
0C151
0.36?
0.17B
0.219
0.038
Cr 120
0.2987
0.115
C0. 258
0.130
0.232
0.046
7.950

------|--
0.256

QOl


COLLFCTc0 r)YTTMC
SCLAP AMBINNT
FNFRGY TcMp
MTLLTrN Dne c
8TL


OPERATIONAL
INCI DFNT
ENERGY
POI LL! ON
RTU
-----------
0.024
C.22c
0.001
0.19P
0.000
0.521
C.116
0.181
C.150I
C 0.277
0. 1?
0.535
0.167
0.426
C.527
0.536
0. 4P
0(.31
0.144
0.130
0.370
0.154
C. 103
0.000
0.048
0.266
0 )054
0.244
0.125
0.216
0.012
~--~---~-----
6.872
0.222


2.471
0.080
010-


P 1
52
S57
S60


0*009r
C. r1

0 .06

C.C33
C.C73
0 .o052
C. C4
0.057
0.046
0. 14
0.C46

C. l0

C.15
0 .030
0. C47

0 .01
C. C72
0.010
C. rOC
C.Ce0
0.016
0.081
C.C39
0.071
C. C03


COL LECTCP
ARRAY
c== ICI NCY


0.126
0.448
0.034
0.313
0. Ono
0.361
0.213
0.337
0.260
0. 307
0.230
C.?20
0.228
0.338
0.31
0.331
0.371
0.388
0.238
0.311
0. 378
0.289
0.327
0.000
0.0P3
0.302
0. 141
0.312
0.274
0.308
0.072


0.311
Nh 00


--- -- ------- 1


SDFNOTFS UNAVAILABLE DATA.
r OFNOTES NULL PATA.
N.A. ncNOTF- NOT APPLICAPL DATA.


Il0
55
77
70
6
70
72
; oa
37
31
40
40
63
67
72
c;7


----------
-4
54


- 1










SOLAR HEATING AND CCCLING CPMCNSTRATION PROGRAM


MONTHLY RED PT
STCRAGE PEoFOQMANCc


STTF: RAPDFMAKER CORP.-LICUTn SYSTEM
REPORT PFRIrC: MAPCH,117c


Sr]LAR/2009-79/03


DAY
OF
MONTH


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
SUM
I-------
AVG
NBS 10


FNcRGY
rf0
STORA(-F
MILLION
PTII
I----------
0.003
0.086
0. 000
0 .044
0. n00
0.14?
0.017
0.048

0. C?2
0.125
0. 0?6
0.110
0.123
0.134
0.112
0.102
0.026
0.007

C. 000
-0.001
0.071
0.009
0.064
0. 021
0.0
-0.002
I----------
1.620
0.052
Q00


I----------
ENERGY
FROM
STCRAGF
MILLION
BTU
i-----------
C.000
0.037
C.006
0.000
0.000
C.068
0.025
I .023
CCOO
0.041
C. 000
0.083
0. o0 P
C. C68
0.003
C.128
C.122
0.092
0.075
0.018
I 0.048
C. C '
0.012
C.053
C.COO
0.000
C. C00
0.017
0.012
C.COO
0.046
I-----------
1.198
C.039
C201


I----~------
CHANGE
IN STOPPED
cNFRl-v
MILLION
RTU

-C.C a
0 019
-0.039
0.014
O.114
-0.026
C. CP'
-C.C47
C 010
-C.CC5
0,000
-0.013
C.C6
-0.043
C, C33
C. C3?
0.014
002
-C.CCT
0.017
-0.047
0.053
-C. C4?
0.0 4
-0. ol1
-C. C9l
0.042
-0.016
C. C41
0.001
C. C31
-0.06?
-C.C16
-0n.001
C2n?


STORAGE
AVFPAGF
T croD
TCMD
DEG F
----------1
79
8?
7P
80
80
Q6
P5
84
P2
P4
81
1
87
00

05
89
86
03
01
92
P2
74
'6
70
82

86


6


-----------
STORAGF
IEFF ICTFNCY



-9.652
0. 880
-112.007
0.317
1.000
1.041
1. 327
0.670
-0 147
0.789
-0.623
1.189
0.600
0.916
0.872
0.974
1. 030
1.073
1.661
0.810
1.040
1 007
0.672
1.000
S19. 273
0.582
-1,740

0.644
1;63
0.563
9 813
-----------1
0.72o
N108


* nFNOTES UNAVATLABLE CATA.
@ OFNOTFS NLLL tATA.
N.A. DENOTFS NOT APPLICABLE DATA.








SOLAR MATING AND COOLING OFmrNSTRATION PROGRAM
MONTHLY ocOTPT
HOT WATFR SUBSYSTEM


SITF: RADFMAKER CORP.-LIQUIO SYSTEM
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH,1979


HOT
WATEP
LOAn
MI LLION
BTU
N
n
T
A
p
L
I
C
A
B
L
E


DAY
oc



1
2
3






12
13
14
5




16
7
8
9




20
11
12
13
14
15 I
16
17
1 !
19
20
21






31
22
23
24
2s
AV26
27N
28
20


SUM
|AVG
NBS


N *
N.A.
N300
I-----


SOLAR
ENERGY
USC
MILLI CN
BTU
0,003
0.074'
0.001
0.022
0.000
0.041
0.013
0.0101
0.014
0 .0'
0.018
0.04q
0.0016
0.032
0.n41
0.0411
0.044
0.016
0.018'
0.018
0.020
0.017
0.011
0.00V
0.007
0.0131
0.004
0. 010
0.0121
0 012
0.003


0 .Olq
Q300


CFR
ENF RGY
MILL!CN
BTU
N
0
T

A
P
L
I
C
A
B
L
t















N.A.
N.A.

0303


AUX
ELECT
FUeL
MILLION
BTU


N.A. N.A.
N.A. N.A.

0301 Q3CC.


AU X
FOSSIL
IIFUL
MILLION
BTU
N
T

A
P
p
L
T
C
B
L
















N.A.
N o
N.A.
Q306


FLr-CT
FNc GY
SAVI KGS
MILLTN IN
BT U
N'
P
T

A
Pi
01
L
Il
C
A

L
E,
















N.A.

0311


OS STI
FNFRGY
SAVINGS
MTLLTON
PTU

n
T

A
P1
P
L
I
C
A
81
L
c


N.A. I
N. A.

0313


--(-------
SUo. HIT
W&T. WAT.
TCMp TCMp

F P


N
T
4
9
P1
L
T
r

R0
L








N c A








1 K13 I
N.A.
I N3 05


n
T

4

1

I;
C
4
9


















N. A.
N307


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA.


N.A.
N.A.
Q302


nLft0/2nl0o-7q/0









SOLAR HEATING ANC CCOLING DEMCNSTRATTON PROGRAM


MONTHLY REPORT
SPACE HEATING SUBSYST=M


SITF: RAfDMAKER CORP.-LIQUID
REPORT PERIOD: MARCH,1979


SYSTEM


io


DAY
OF
MON.


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
20
30
31
SUM
AVG
NBS


SPACF
HEATING
LOAD
MILLION
BTU
0.0961
0.116
0.110
0.092
0. 125
0.1461
0.117
0.0961
0.0731
0.167
0.3811
0.250
0. 0991
0.1491
0.160
0.189
0.178!
0.125
n.076
0.0221
0.055
0.0731
0.015
0.132
0.300
0. 182
0.113
0.099
0.001

0.061
3.8101
0.123
Q402
--- _


-- ----~-- 1
OPFR
ENERGY


MIL
'41


SOLAR
FR.OF
LOAn
PCT

01
33
5
I
0n
401
22
26
21
26
2
34
61
491
62
72
801
85
1001
82
ql
91
1011
100
411
1 I
0
19
107
2131
77
-

341
N400
-----I


---- 1
SOLAP
ENERGY
US=D
MILLION
BTU
030001
0.039
0. 006
0.000
0.000
0.071
0.026
0. 024
0.0011
0.043
0.007
0.0861
0.060
0 073
0.090
0.137
0.142'
0.105
0.075
0.0171
0.049
0.073
0.015
0.053
0.002
0.001
0.000
0.0181
0.013
0.001
0.047
1.2A4
0.041
---------i


AUX
THERMAL
USED
MILLION
eTU

0.078
0.104
0 .092
0.125
0.075
0.091
0.072
C.072
0.124
0.374
0.164
0.03Q
0.076
0.060
0.052
0.036
0.0?0
0.001
0.005
0.005
C.000
0,n00
0.078
C.2c-
0.181
0.113
0.081
0.000
0.000
0.014
2.526
0.081
C401


ELECT
ENERGY
SAVINGS
MILLION
P'TU
-C. 0001
-C.006 1
-C.0071
C. 003
-0.008
-C.003
-C.015
-0.012
-C. 009
-C.019
-C.004
-C.002
-0.0181
C.006
-C.012
-0.0141
-C. 0131
-C.0071
-C.O0?
C. 003
-0.0011
C.000
C. 000
-C. 004
-C.0091
-C.005
0.000
-C. 0001
C.002
-C.202
-C,007
0415


FOSS IL
ENERGY
SAVINGS
MILLI ON
BTU
0.001
0.0771
0.012
0. 000
0.000
0.142
0.051
0.048
0.001
0.085'
0.0141
0.171
0.119
0.145
0. 109
0.272
0.284
0.210
0.150
0. 034
0.008
0.145
0.029
0.106
0.004
0.002
0.001
0.037
0.025
0.001
0. 093
2.557
0.082
0417


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RLDG
TEMP
DEG.
F

72
72
72
72
71
72?
72
72
72
72
71
73
73
71
7A
73'
73
72A
742
75
731
74'
7
711
72
721
721
72
721
71
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72
N406


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENCTES NOT APPLICABLE CarA.


LION
(TUj

0.0201
0.038
0.028
0.0321
0.019
0.045'
0.0471
0. 044
0.034
0.049
0,041
0.046
0. 05?
0.041
0.0541
0 06 2
0.064
0 049
0.044
0.0421
0 040
0.048
0.018'
C 040
0.037
0. 038
0.036
0.0361
0.016
0.01 8'
0.0221


AMR
Tr=MP

nFG.
45
45
45
54
54
38
42
43
45
45
38
25
38
51
41
31
37
50
63
60
62
64
63'
97
39
30
A6
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55
66
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REPORT PERIO:r MARCH,197


DAY TOTAL CT>USE
fD INSOLATION TISOLATION T
MONTH H
RTU/SO.FT PTII/SC.FT
1 287 N
2 1082 C
3 227 T
4 920
5 214 4
6 2270 P
7 638 P
P 90' L
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10 1273 C
11 1038 A
12 2391 R
13 846 L
14 1906 F
15 2375
16 2424
17 2147
18 1709
19 687
20 631
21 1509
22 740
23 914
24 157
25 501
26 1237
27 478
28 1077
29 V79
30 65
31 191
SUM 33125 N.A.
AVG 1069 N.A.
NBS ID 0001

* DFNOTES UNAVAILABIF CATA.
2 DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA.


AMRIFNT
EIOERATUPE
EGr F
45
45
54
54
3P
42
43
45
45
38
2E
3P
51
41
31
37
50
63
60
62
64
63
57
3Q
30
36
3P
55
66
67
57


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52
57
60
40
52
53
51
47
45
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55
58
44
3o
155
66
77
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69
70
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59
37
31
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40
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