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Monthly performance report Hullco Construction
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"SOLAR/1043-79/04" ; "SOLAR/1043-79/05" ; "SOLAR/1043-79/06."
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Monthly Catalog Number: gp 80010078
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National solar data program.
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National solar heating and cooling demonstration program.
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"SOLAR/1043-79/03" ; "SOLAR/1043-79/04" ; "SOLAR/1043-79/05" ; "SOLAR/1043-79/06."

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SOLAR/1043-79/05

Monthly
Performance
Report


HULLCO CONSTRUCTION
MAY 1979


U.S. Department of Energy

National Solar Heating and
Cooling Demonstration Program

National Solar Data Program


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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
HULLCO CONSTRUCTION
MAY 1979


I. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


The Hullco Construction solar energy system is a passive space heating
system for a single family residence located in Prescott, Arizona. The
south-facing building, illustrated in the drawings of Figure 1, is a
combination greenhouse and direct gain passive system. Incident solar
energy enters the building through approximately 400 square feet of
double-glazed prefabricated Kalwall panels. Two sliding glass doors
between the greenhouse and the house along with a window in the bathroom
admit incident solar energy directly into the master bedroom, living room
and bath areas of the house. Collected solar energy not used to satisfy
the immediate building space heating demand is stored directly in the
massive walls and floors of the building or indirectly in the 670 cubic
feet of three to five inch diameter rock storage which is located under
the floor of the north half of the building. Stored energy is released
by low temperature radiation to satisfy the building space heating de-
mand during periods of time when incident solar energy is not available.


Direct storage of collected solar energy is provided by the walls and
floor of the building. The brick floor and the black painted north wall
of the greenhouse provide solar energy storage for the greenhouse. The
12-inch thick, sand-filled concrete block greenhouse north wall acts as
a Trombe wall, storing collected energy from the greenhouse during the
day, and releasing the collected energy by radiation to the south part
of the building at night. The 4-inch thick building concrete slab floor
acts as direct solar storage, particularly in the living room and master
bedroom areas where the floor is covered with Mexican tile masonry. Ad-
ditional storage is provided by the 8-inch thick solid grouted concrete
exterior insulated building walls on the north, east, and west perimeter
of the building.


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ZONE 2


ZONE 1


( PLAN VIEW )


SOUTH


ROCK BED STORAGEt


( SECTION VIEW )

Figure 1. HULLCO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM SCHEMA TIC


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Indirect storage of collected solar energy is provided by the 670 cubic
feet of rock storage located under the north side of the building and by
the 4-inch thick carpeted concrete slab floor poured on top of the rock.
Solar energy collected in the greenhouse is transferred to the rock bed
from vents at the end of the greenhouse through under-floor ducts by two
one-third horsepower blowers located at the east and west ends of the
greenhouse. After transferring energy to the rocks, the air returns to
the greenhouse through the house from floor vents located at the north
side of the building. The greenhouse fans operate when temperatures near
the top of the greenhouse reach approximately 900F. Energy stored in the
rock is released through the carpeted concrete floor to the house.


Summer overheating protection is provided by venting of the greenhouse
and by both natural and artificial shading of the greenhouse glazing.
Natural shading of the greenhouse is accomplished by the use of an
existing tree to the southeast of the structure. However, the tree, a
juniper tree, does shade the greenhouse some during mornings even during
heating season. Additional greenhouse shading can be provided by a red-
wood snow fence placed over the glazing. Draperies covering the sliding
glass doors on the north wall of the greenhouse can be closed to prevent
incident sunlight from entering the building. Nighttime venting of the
building can be used to cool the energy storage masses, thus cooling the
building during the day as energy generated inside the building is ab-
sorbed by the walls and floor. Daytime venting of the greenhouse is ac-
complished using a thermostatically controlled powered fan, located at
the top of the greenhouse, to draw air through the house and out the top
of the greenhouse.


Low building heating loads are maintained by the use of good energy con-
servation construction techniques. The north, east, and west walls are
insulated on the outside of the concrete blocks with two inches of
styrafoam with a total wall R-value of 11. Nine inches of fiberglass
batt insulation is used in the roof to yield a roof R-value of 32. The
entire perimeter of the concrete slab floor is insulated. A minimum of


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window area is used on the northeast and west walls. The building is
bermed four feet into the earth on the north and west sides.

Auxiliary energy for space heating can be supplied by either electric
radiant heat panels, or by the wood-burning stove. The wood-burning
stove uses outside combustion air. The ceiling-mounted electric radiant
heat panels, located in each room, are controlled by individual room
thermostats.


The predicted annual solar contribution to the building load is 80 per-
cent. Design monthly building heating loads for the entire area, in-
cluding the greenhouse, are approximately 11,000 Btu per heating degree-
day.

II. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION


A. Introduction


The month of May was a transition period from winter heating to summer
overheat protection at the Hullco Construction site. Weather conditions
were such that heating was required on some days while cooling would have
been required on other days if overheating protection had not been ade-
quate. However, a rather comfortable temperature environment was main-
tained inside the conditioned space. Overheating protection in the form
of greenhouse shading and system venting was used to aid in moderation
of potential temperature extremes while controlling interior relative
humidity to acceptable values.


B. Weather

The daily average incident solar energy on the greenhouse glazing was
1,392 Btu/ft 2-day, which was slightly below the long-term average of
1 ,448 Btu/ft 2-day derived from measurements at the Phoenix, Arizona
weather bureau. The average outside ambient temperature was 57*F,


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slightly cooler than the long-term May average value for Prescott of
60F. Daily average outside ambient temperatures varied considerably
over the month from a low of 36F on May 9 to a high of 660F on May 23.

C. System Thermal Performance

The passive solar space heating system was operated in a warm weather
mode over most of the month of May. The redwood snow fence was in place
over the greenhouse glazing during the entire month. Venting of the
house and greenhouse was also used to prevent overheating of the condi-
tioned space. Only a small requirement existed for space heating. This
occurred in the second week of May as outside ambient temperatures dropped
to their lowest values of the month. During this time no use of auxiliary
energy was required or used.

Since the system was operated in a warm weather mode, the performance
analysis for May will address the warm weather operation concern for a
passive system-potential conditioned space overheating. Temperatures
inside the building were maintained at reasonably comfortable levels
during the majority of the month. Late afternoon building temperatures
occasionally reached values above 750F. These higher temperatures were
generally due to direct heating from the greenhouse as the sliding glass
doors between the house and greenhouse areas were opened. Also contrib-
uting to the higher afternoon temperatures was energy admitted through
the west facing window in the master bedroom when the window shade was
open.

On most days, only small variations in building temperature were observed,
even when considerable amounts of solar energy were available. The average
difference in daily minimum and maximum building temperatures was only 4*F.
Building temperatures dropped below 70F only early in the morning as a re-
sult of nighttime venting and during the cool weather period during the
second week of the month.


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D. Observations


Several changes to the numbers in the attached computer printout are made
for warm weather reporting of passive systems. The building is assumed to
not have a heating load. Consequently the values of the heating load are
set to zero. The performance factors relating to energy collection do not
apply for the warm weather periods since the task for a passive system in
warm weather is energy rejection as opposed to energy collection.

In past months a problem with high interior relative humidity has been en-
countered. Increases in interior relative humidity were found to correlate
with operation of the greenhouse to rock bed fans. During May the fans were
only occasionally used. However, considerable increases in interior relative
humidity were observed on several days. These increases in interior relative
humidity were found to correlate with periods of time when the sliding glass
doors between the house and greenhouse were open. Consequently, it was con-
cluded that the relative humidity problems previously encountered were due to
excess moisture in the greenhouse area. This highly humid air enters the
house either through the sliding glass door areas or via the rock bed when
charging of the rock bed occurs. Effort is planned by the homeowner during
the summer to alter the charging operation of the greenhouse fans so that
return air will not pass through the house area, thus preventing the excess
moisture from entering the house during the winter.

E. Energy Savings

An energy penalty of 1,000 Btu (0.3 kwh) of electrical energy was incurred
due to incidental operation of the greenhouse to rock storage fans.

III. ACTION STATUS

One air flow sensor remains inoperative, but the missing data does not alter
computed system performance. The instrumentation of the wood stove operation
is being changed from a thermal switch to a stove surface temperature measure-
ment in order to quantify both the heating rate of the wood stove and the ef-
fect of the stove on comfort.


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SOLAR HATING AND COOLING DEMrNSTPATICN PRCGPAM
MONTHLY REPORT
SITE SUMMARY


Sfnt A ir)4-a-70/15


SITF: HULLC.n
REPORT PFRIfOr): MAY,1970


SITc/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION:
THE HULLCO SITE IS A PASSIVELY HEATED SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING WITH 1C,06 SQO. FT.
OF cLOOR SPACE. THF STRUCTURAL ENVELCPr OPENS TO THE SCUTH WHcR.F & GPEENHOUS=
TRAPS HEAT. HEAT LOSSES FROM THE HOUSE APE PEDUJCED PY USING HEAVY INSULATION
!N THE C.=ILING AND REDUCING GLASS ARCAS ON NORTH, EAST, ANn WEST FACAPES.
ENERGY IS STORED IN THE CONCRETE FLOOR OF THE HOUSE AND THE MASSIVE INTERNALL
WALLS. ADDITIONAL STORAGF IS PR(OVInEn BY TWO ROCK PcS UN)FR TH= I.RTH END OF
THE BUILDING CHARGED BY FORCED AIQ FROM THE GREENHOUSE.


GENERAL SITE DATA:
INCIDENT SOLAP FNERGY


COLLECTFD SOLAR FNEPGY
AVERAGE RMPIENT TEMPEDATUPF
AVFvrE BUILDING TEMPFPRTUR-
ECSS SOLAP CONVERSION eFFICIENCY
ECSS OPERATING ENERGY
TCTAL SYSTEM ODERATING eNERGY
TCTAL ENFRGY CONSUMED


SURSYSTEM SUMMARY:

SOLAP REACTION
SOLAR FNEPGY USED
OPDoAYTIrNG eNFRGY
AUX. TH= MAL FNFPGY
AUX. ELECTP!C FUEL
AUX. CnSS!L IUEL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FOSSIL rAVINGS


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


Hr"&TING
0.000
0.000
N A

N.A.
-1. 001
N.A.*


C (''*L IJg
g', 19.
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N.. ,
1. \.
N3 *

M. &.
.1. .
*.. .
Nt^.


17.255
4313'
N.* A.
N.A.
57
77
0.031
.001
0.0O,7


MILLION RTU
RTII/SO. T.
'MILLION BTU
BTU/ SO. T
DEGREES F


MILLION
MILLIONf
MILLION


(VCT -rA TOTAL
0.000 MILLION
pRC;Nr
C.OC3 MILLION!
":.01 MILLI ON
-.033 MILLION
..0 MILLION
,.A. MILLION
- o .r -l I!LLI 0
N.A. MILLION


BTU
BTU
RTU


BTU

BTJ
PTU

BTU
PTJ
9TUt
RTU


SYSTEM PERCfPMANCE FACTOR: 0.00)
* DENOTEr UNAVAILABLE DATA
P DENOTcS NULL DATA
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA
REFERENCE: UScRP'S GUITE TO THF MrNTHI-L PpecpofMANCrF RcpPCpT
nf TjH= NATIONAL SOLAP OATA PRPOGAMF-PRIJARY JfA1
SOLAR/0004-78/1l









SCLAR HFATIN, AND COOLItN DEMONSTRPTln.N onGRAM4


MONTHLY REPORT
SITE SUMMARY


SWnLAD9f)14!-vo0/)5


SITF: HIULL.r
REPORT PERIOD: MAY,1070


SITE/SYSTEM nESCPlPTICN:
THF HULLCO SITE IS A PASSIVELY HFATED SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING WITH 1056 S5. FT.
OF cLCOR SPACE. THE STRUCTJPAL r'NV=LrLOP OPENS TO THE SC'!JTH WHERC A rP FENHnIJSE
ToPOS HPAT. PEAT LOSSES FROM THE HOUSE Ar4 PEDJCED RY UING HEFVY INSULATION
IN TH C(cITLING ANr PEDUING GLASS A-AS ON Gnp.THM, EA T, AND WEST FACADES.
ENERGY IS STORED IN THE COCETE FLOOR OF THE HOUSF AND THF MASSIVE INTERNAL
WALLS. ADDITIONAL STORAGf IS DPOV D n Y TWI' ROCK sBe'nt IJNDFP T-4F N\JPTM EN Nr
THE BUILDING CHARGED BY FORCED AT, r.prf% THE GP EENHOUSE.
GFNFRAL SITC DATA:
INCI')ENT cOLAR ENFRGv 19.2%4 GIGA


COLLECTC1 SOLAR EMFRGY


AVWoA'E AAPIENT TEMP^rATURE
AVERAGE BUILDING TFMo-PATUJPC
ECSS SOLAR CONVERSION FrFFICIFNCv
FCSS CPFRATING FNPRGY
TOTAL SYSTEM COPRATING ENERGY
TrTAL PNFPSY CONSUYcrr


SUBSYSTEM SUMMARY:
LOAD
SCLAR FRACTION
SCLAR FNEPGv USED
CPFRATING rNrornY
AUY. THFDMAL FNG
AUX. FLCCTRIC FUcL
AUX. FOSSIL cUEL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FrSSTL SAVINGS


HOT WA"rrR
N.A.

No A.
N.A.
N.A.
N A.
N.A.
No&


! ATrIN';
3.000
0.
0.000
N.A.
*.003
N*A*
N. A.
-0.001
N.A.


C2iOL !NIN
N. A.
M A.
NJ A.
i. A.
N A.


4e. Qh t. KJ!,Q. .,
N'.A GIG A JnJULEf-
N.A. KJ/CQ. M.
14 DOGRE;S C
22 0iP FS C
0.03
C.C. GSIGCA JO()LcS
0.001 GG1r JOULE"
"..77 GIGA JCULLS

SYSTEM 'rOTAL
0.000 3IGA JOULES
PcFt:NT
0.003 GIGA J3UJLES
". "1 GIGA JUL ES
3.003 GIGA J3IULES
_."3 G? IGS JC'UL S
h.A. GIGA J3ULSE
-,.: 1 GA JClJLes
1*A* GIG& JOniLES


SYSTEM PFRCCPRANCE ACTORR;


* 3ENrTES UI!AVAILABLE DATA
.I r)ENOTCS NULL DATA
N.A. DmNOTec' NOT APPLICAPLE DATA
pEcrcNCF-.: U'JR'S,; CUIDE TO THc MON'THLY pPrRM4&C "rPC T
fP THE NATIONAL SOLA rD TA DOr.GPAMFERPUJov ,lc7P,
SOLAP/ 0004-78/1!


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SCLAR HEATING ANC CC.OLINr OFM4rNTPATI r" PR.GP'4m
MONTHLY PEPnPT
SPACE HEATING SURSYSTEM


SITE: HULLCO
REPORT PEFIOn:




MAY, Il7


DAY
OF
MON.


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


SPACE
HEATING
LCAD
MILLION
9TU
0. : C
0.000
0.000
0.0 00
0.000
0.000
0.OC
0.000
0000
C.0
0.000
C.:Oo
oC ro
0.000


0.000
C.0C C
0.000
0.000
C.0mc
0.000

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0.000




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0


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0




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ENERGY
MILLION
PT U
N
0
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B
L
F


SOLAR
FNEFGY
USen
MILLION
BTU
0. OCC
.C 000
0000
SOCOO
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.000
3. OC
0 .000

0.000
0 000
0.000
0.00CC
0.000
0.000

0.000
0.000


0.000
0.000
0.000

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0.000
0000
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0.OC0


0.OCC
0.000


AUX
THERMAL
USE
MILLION
BTU

0.000
c C? 0
0.000

C .C "
0. CO
0.000

0.000
I C r.3
0.003
0.000


0. 000
0.003
0.000
c. 00c
0.002
0.000


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0.0001
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0.000




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ELECT
FUE L
MILL ION
PT U

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C.00
0.000
0.000
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0.000
0.000

0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0. O00
30*0
0.000
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0. 092
0.000
0.002


0.000


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FOSSIL
'J EL
BTU






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FNF Q Y
SAVINGS
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FOSSIL
ENERGY
SAVINGS
'4ILLI ON
RTU


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p
P
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P DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE nrATA.


N.A.

N.A.
04C3


PLnG
TEMP
DEG.
F

731
I 1
70
72
7!



70
71
721
74
73
72
73'
74
72
71
731
75
74
72


73
"21
I
73

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N406


A'MB
TEMP!
WFA I
F

541
49
55
56
62
631
57
42
361
441
501
56
5F
631
42
60
6 2
62
56
4P
65
66
58
57
55
59
62
63
62
63


57
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SOLAP HEATING AND COOLING OEMONeSTATTON PROGRAM
MONTHLY REPOPT
ENVIRONMENTAL SUMMARY


SOLAR'104?-70/05


SITE: HULLCO
REPOPT PERIOD: MAY,1979


DAY
OF
MONTH


2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
2C
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

SUM
AVG
NBS 10D


DIFFUSF
INSOLATION
BTU/SO.FT
N
0
T
A
P
P
L
I
C
A
9
L
F


TOTAL
INSOLATION
RTU/SQ.FT

1442
1507
1126
1836
1899
1P72
1R77
603
500
1603
1836
1858
1850
1480
1447
1650
1738
1438
849
36?3
!792
1593
1365
525
802
670
908
16c";
1713
17)QP
1515
43138

0001--------
0001


AMBI NT
TEMPERATURE
DEG F
54
49
55
56
62
6 -
r7
42
36
44
Se
56
58
63
62
60
62
62
56
48
59
65
66
58
57
55
59
62
63
6?
6?


57
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DAYTIM-
AMB I ENT
TCMP
)EG p
64
58
61
71
76
-'1
64
44
42
55
63
6
77
82
76
"77
75
76
65
47
7)
81
82
65
59'
60
72
74
76
76
--- -


RELATIVE
HUMI 9ITY
OFPCFNT
-----^----
34
42
41
44
26

7-?
8
52
41

l I
19:
21
197
3 Q
7)

5c
48
77
71
73
54
39
43
3 .
-AI1


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


WIN')
DIREC TI N

DEGPEES
277
239
196
0
259
265
259
237
223
156
114
60
0
263
262
267
*
?7
264
0C
3
246
&6
0
0
285
?84
2'3



264
------------


WIN)
SPEED


5
4

6
8
11
9
2
3
2
4
2


?
2
1
2
5


4
3

4




4 114
-I


* DENCTFS UNAVAILABLE )ATA.
@ DENCTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA.


N.A.
N.A.
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SOLAR HEATING AND COOLING DEMONSTRATION PPOGQAM
MONTHLY REPORT
PASSIVE SPACE HEATING


SITE: HULLCO
REPORT PERIOD:


SnL AP /1C43-7Q0/0


MAY, 1Q7


DAY1
OF
MON


1
2
3
4
5
6
-7
8
0
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
10
2C
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
20
3C
31
SUM
AVG
NBS


-I
SPACE F
HEATI NGI
LOAD
MILLION'
BTU
0.000
C.000
0.000
0. '00
C0.0 00
C,3CO
0.000
C.OOC
0.000
C0.0CO
0.000
0.000
C.3Co
0.000
0.00
0.000
c.0cc
0.000

0.000
C.OCC
0.000

0.000
0C.000
0.000

0.000


0.000

0402


SOL AR
ENERGY
USED
MILLION
BTU
0.000
O.OOC
0.000
C. Co
0.000
0.000
0. Cc
0.000
.CC00
0.000
0.000
C0. 00
0.0000
0. TCO
0.000
0. 03C
0.000
0.000
C. 0co
0.000
0.000
0. 00
0.000
0.000
0. 00
0. 00

0.000
0.000

Q400


CHANGE
IN STORF1
ENERGY
MILLION
BTU
-0.028
-0.C87
-0.047
0.C40
-0. 10
-0.C81
-0.033
-0.130
-0.069
0.105
0.059
-0.026
0.023
0.007
0.013'
0.C13
0.036
0.022
-0.036
-0.C61
0.077
0. r41
0.020
-0.047
-0.035
-0 C18
0.003
3.035
0.007
0.010
0.016
-0.183
-0.005
02G2


AVERAGE
STORAGE!
TEMP
DEG F

71.41
70.0
68. i
69 .3
69.0|
68.3
66.1'
64.21
64.9
66.5'
67.5
67.51
67.7

68:4!
68.41
68.51
67.11
67.41
68.1
68.91
67.71
67.6
67.6
67.91
6P.2
68.3'


68.1


------ I
DIP ET
SOLAR
UTIL
E0.0FIC00

0.000
0.000
0.000
0.00c0
0.000
C. 000
0.000
0.000
0. OOI
o.0 oo
0.000
0.0001
.0 M o e
0.50001
.00CCC
0. 000
.a ccc

0.0001
0.000,
0.000
S. OC I
0.000,
0 .OCO



0.000-
0.000


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
9 DENOTES NULL nATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA.


AUX
THERMAL
USED
MILLION
BTU
0.000
0.000
0 OC
0.000


0.000
c.crc
0.000
0.000
G.0CC

0.000
0. CC
0.000
O.CCO


0.000
0 C.:
0.0cO

0.000



6.oco
0.003
0.000
0431


TEMPI
DEG
F
73
71
70
711
72
71
71
68
66
68
70!
71
72
74
73
731
73
74
73
71
73
75
75
74
72
72
72
73
"'3
73


I
72


AMB
TEMP
DFr,

54
40
55
56
62
6?
57
42
36
44
50
56
63
62
62
62
62
62
48
5Q
65
66
58
57
55
59
62
63
62
63
-5
57
1113


WINO
AVG
SPEED
MPH

5.0
4.3
2.3
1.6
5.0
8.1
10.6
9.5
?.3
2.5
2.8
4.2
2.0
2.2
3. 7
3.2
2.1
2. 2
2.4
1.3



1.3
1.

3.3
2.8


3.6
N114


WIND
AVG
DIP
DEGC

2'5
239
1l6
0
25q
265
259
237
220
156
114
60
0
2631
262
267
*
277
264
0
174
246
246
*
461
0
0
285
?R41
273
277


264
N! 15


SOLA
FR I
LOAD
PER
r.NT
0
0'
0'
01
0
0
,9

0
0
0
0
0


0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0


N400







SOLAP HEATING AND COOLING DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM
MONTHLY REPORT
PASSIVE SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT


SnOL &A/1043-70/05


SITE: HULLCO
REPORT PERIOD: MAY,197o


DAY'
OF
MON



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


BUILDING
COMFORT
ZONE
1

74
73
72
72'
73
72
72
70'
68
69
71
72
73
7?
73
73
73
74
73
72
73
74
74
74
7?
72
72
72
72
72
7?


7?


BLOG
COMF
ZONE
2

71
69
69
701
7Q
70
69
671
651
671
6 q
691
72"
72'
71,
722
7?
72'
701
720
741
74'
73
701
70
70
71
711
72
721,


71


--- --------


AUILOINGr
TEMP
MIDNIGHT'
DEG F

73
74
71
71
72
73
71
71
67
68
60
70
72
72
74
73
73
74
74
73
70
76
75
7?
73
72
73
7?
73


BUILDING
TEMP
6 AM
DEG F

72
71
70
69
70
71
70
69
66
66
66
68
69
70
72
71
71
72
73-
71
69
72
74
74
72
71
70
71
71
71
71


BUILDING
TEMP
NOON
DEG F

72
71
60
721
721
70
70
68
661
68
701
71'
7|
73

7"2i
74
r
71
71
74
76,
74
6RI
71
77
71
721
7-



------71


BUILDING'
TEMP
6 PM
OFG F

74
711
?11
73
73
72
72
68
65
71
74
77
75
79
741
74
75
75
74
72
70
76
75
73
72
73'
77
73,
7&
75'


74!


!NTFRICR
RELATIVE
HUM I DITY
PERCENT

55
49
48
47
38
2
37
41
48
56
54
44
30
27
26
27
36
40
44
34
37
4 .
47
44
39
25
30
2


AM
TEMP'
DCr,
F

541
49
551
561
621
63'
57
42
361
44
50
56
5^1
63,
62
60
62
62
561
481
59|
65
66
58
57

62
63
42



57

- l -


DAYTIME
AMR
TcMP
PEG F

64
58
61
71
76
71
64
44
42
55
6?
68
77
82
76
77
75
76
65
47
81
0


65
72
74
76


* DENCTFS UNAVAILARLF DATA.
9 DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NDT ADOLTCARLt. DATA.


INCIDENT
SOL AR
FNPRGY
MILLION
RTU
0. 577
0.603
0.451
0.734
0.756
0. 749
0.751
0.241
0.200
0.677
0.734
0. 743
0. 740
3.592
n 0 70
0 *66
0.695
0.57r-
0.340
0. 145
0.717
0. 633
0.546
0.210
0.321
0.26Q
0.363
0. 80
0.685
0. 83
0 606
17.255
r, S. 7


AVG
STORE
TFMP
DEG

71
70
69
69
70
60
68
66
64
65
66
6P
68
68
68
68
68
6C
67
67
67
68
68
60
68
68
68
6P
68
60



68'








SOLAR HEATING ANn COOLING OrMVPNSTPATION D CGOAU.
MONTHLY REPORT
HULLCO SITE 'PFCIAL REPORT
SITF: HULLCO
SOLAR/1043-70/05
REPORT PERIOD: MAY,1979


DAVY
CF
MON


1
2
3z
4
6
7
8
9
10
i i
12
12
14
1
16
17
18
19
20
21
'2
23
24
25
26
27
7P
29
30
31
SUM
AVG
NPS


6


STORAGE
AVG
TEMD
DEG F

71
70
69
60
70,
60
68
66
(4
65
66
68
68
68
68
67
69
6Q
69
67
67'
60
69
69
681
6p
68

68!
-68


ROCK TPOMBE
STOP WALL
AVG AVG TEMP
TEMPD OFC
DECG F
69 75
68 72
68 711
67 -R
67 74
66 7?
65 72
64 6'
64 64
64 66
64 60
6, 71
6? 72
6' 7?
64 73
64 "72
A4 72
65 74


6'= 73
66 74
66 72
S6 7Q
65 70
66 70
66 71
66 7"1
66 71
67 71.

-- -------
-7-1


70


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
? DFNOTPS NULL DATA.
N!.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICNRLE IATA.


DIRECT
GAIN
FLOOP
AV" TEMP
DEG F
72
71
70
71
71
71
71
60
A7
67
68
6
70
70
70
73
70
7O
70
60
70
70

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