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Monthly performance report Facilities Development
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"SOLAR/1017-79/01" ; "SOLAR/1017-79/02" ; "SOLAR/1017-79/03" ; "SOLAR/1017-79/05" ; "SOLAR/1017-79/06."

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SOLAR/1017-79/02

Monthly

Performance

Report



FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT
FEBRUARY 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 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


FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT GAS COMPANY

FEBRUARY 1979

I. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The Facilities Development Gas Company site is a three-story, multifamily
condominium consisting of 31 units in San Diego, California. Solar energy is
used for preheating domestic hot water (DHW) for the complex. The solar
energy system has an array of flat-plate collectors with a gross area of 520
square feet. The array faces south at an angle of 42 degrees to the hori-
zontal. Potable water is the transfer medium that delivers solar energy from
the collector array to storage. Solar energy is stored underground in an
insulated 1000-gallon glass-lined tank. Preheated water from the storage
tank is supplied, on demand, to 31 conventional 52-gallon DHW tanks. When
solar energy is insufficient to satisfy the hot water load, two electrical
heating elements, energized separately within the individual DHW tanks,
provide auxiliary energy for water heating. The system, shown schematically
in Figure 1, has two modes of solar operation.

Mode 1 Collector-to-Storage: This mode activates when the water tempera-
ture in the collectors is 90F higher than the temperature of the storage
tank. Water is pumped through the collectors and circulates back to storage
until the temperature difference is 30F or less.

Mode 2 Storage-to-DHW Tank: This mode activates when there is a demand for
hot water replenishment by the individual DHW tank. Water from storage
circulates by thermosiphoning action through a supply service loop to the
individual DHW tanks and returns through a service line to storage. The
water in each DHW tank is maintained at an average temperature which is
thermostatically controlled. When required, additional energy is supplied
by an electrical auxiliary element.


II. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION


INTRODUCTION

The site was occupied in February and the solar energy system operated contin-
uously during the month. Solar energy satisfied 21 percent of the DHW require-
ments. The solar energy system provided electrical energy savings of 8.9
million Btu.


WEATHER CONDITIONS

During the month, total incident solar energy on the collector array was
25.0 million Btu for a daily average of 1719 Btu per square foot. This was
below the estimated average daily solar radiation for this geographical area









T101


0 1001 COLLECTOR PLANE TOTAL INSOLATION
So001 OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE


OHW HEATER INSTRUMENTATION


UNIT TEMP IN TEMP OUT FLOW POWER

T100 A T301 T351 W301 EP301
B T302 T352 W302 EP302
C T303 T353 W303 EP303
D T304 T354 W304 EP304
E T305 T355 W305 EP305
F T306 T356 W306 EP306
W100 G T307 T357 W307 EP307

S1 EP100
T102











SYPHON-DRIVEN CIRCULATION LOOP


T300 W300 COLD
T350 WATER
X v ,--- rt -- SUPPLY
TOTAL W301 DOMESTIC
31 APT T301 HOT 152
DHWA \ T351 WATER
HEATER
UNITS

TYPICAL 7 52-GAL
INSTRUMENTED DHW > T200
DHW HEATER HEATER
UNITS (UNIT A)

D, T201

IE 1000-GAL. STORAGE TANK

EP301


Figure 1. FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM SCHEMA TIC


ST202









during February of 1757 Btu per square foot for a south-facing plane with a
tilt of 42 degrees to the horizontal. The average ambient temperature during
February was 530F as compared with the long-term average for February of 57 F.
The number of heating degree-days for the month (based on a 650F reference)
was 326, as compared with the long-term average of 237.


THERMAL PERFORMANCE

System During February the solar energy system performed approximately the
same as expected. The expected performance was determined from a modified
f-chart analysis using measured weather and subsystem loads as inputs. Solar
energy collected was 11.2 million Btu versus an estimated 11.4 million Btu.
Solar energy used by the system was estimated by assuming that all energy
collected would be applied to the load. Actual solar energy used was 9.2
million Btu. System total solar fraction was 21 percent versus an estimated
26 percent.

Collector The total incident solar radiation on the collector array for the
month of February was 25.0 million Btu. During the period the collector loop
was operating, the total insolation amounted to 22.8 million Btu. The total
collected solar energy for the month of February was 11.2 million Btu, result-
ing in a collector array efficiency of 45 percent, based on total incident
insolation. Solar energy delivered from the collector array to storage was
9.8 million Btu. Energy loss during transfer from the collector array to
storage was 1.4 million Btu. This loss represented 12 percent of the energy
collected. Operating energy required by the collector loop was 0.23 million
Btu.

Storage Solar energy delivered to storage was 9.8 million Btu. There were
9.2 million Btu delivered from storage to the DHW subsystem. Energy loss
from storage was 0.78 million Btu. This loss represented 8 percent of the
energy delivered to storage. The storage efficiency was 92 percent: This is
calculated as the ratio of the sum of the energy removed from storage and the
change in stored energy, to the energy delivered to storage. The average
storage temperature for the month was 950F.

DHW Load The DHW subsystem consumed 9.2 million Btu of solar energy and
35.4 million Btu of auxiliary electrical energy. The solar fraction of the
hot water load was 21 percent. The hot water load was not determined. The
DHW subsystem resulted in an electrical energy savings of 9.2 million Btu.
A daily average of 934 gallons of DHW was consumed.


OBSERVATIONS

The collected solar energy, the collector loop operating energy, energy
delivered to storage, solar energy used, and hot water consumed, were derived
from overall solar energy system parameters. The auxiliary electrical energy
used (representing the entire building) was extrapolated from the averages of
seven instrumented apartment units.










The hot water load and the average value of the hot water temperature supplied
to the building has not been determined because of inadequate instrumentation.


ENERGY SAVINGS

The solar energy system provided a total electrical energy savings of 8.9
million Btu.


III. ACTION STATUS

No action is required at this time.








































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SOLAR HCATIN' AND COOLING DEMINSTRA"'CN PPGPAGA


MONTHLY REPORT
SIT c UMMARY


STT-: rACILIT ES .VFLnM=INT GAS COMOAI'Y
PEorRT PFRIOD: FEBOUAY, 1979


S2-AP/1017-79/02


SITc/SYSTFM -ESCPIPTION:
THE FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT SOLAP SYSTEM :OVIDES SERVICE -10i WATER TO 31
UN'r' 0O A CrNDO)OMNIUM. ALL JNITTS AVE 52 GALLON E_ CTRPC ATE M=EAT=ES.
EVEN PF THESE ARP INSTDUMENTEF0. 'HE APoAY OF =LAT-PLATF CrPLLECTODP
PPPVInFS F?. SQUARE =FE' 0F GPOSS AREA. ST3OAGE Ic 3ROVI).- 3Y A SINSE
1000 CALLr' -LASS LINE TANK, TNSULAT'- At.D BUPIED.

GFNEPAL SITE DATA:
INCIDENT SqLAP NFI GY 26.403


COLLECTFD 3"LAP ENEPGY

AVERAGE A43IENT TE'PEPAT'JFF
AVERAGE BUILDING TEMPERA'UPE
-TSS SOLAR CONVrRCIrTN CFICIEK'CY
ECSS oDrPArTING FNEOGY
Tn'AL SYST='4 PEPATING ENERGY
T'TAL ENEOSY CONSUMED


Sj9SYSTEM SJuHAPY:


SOLAR FRACTION
SOL AD =NEl"S Uc-Dr
OPERATING EMEoGY
40iX. 'HER 'l. EP'G
A'JX. -L'C' I FIJ L
AUXK FOSSTI- "UFL
ELE':PTICAL OAVTNPS
FOSSIL SAVIN GS


HO'T WA-cP
N.A.

9. 6FA


37. 343
N.A.
9.667
N.A .


H*AT TN(
N. A.
N.A.
N.A.
N. A.
N.A.
N.A .

N.A.
N. A.
K*A,





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C3_L TNG
N. A.
N.A.
N. A.
N.A.

N*.A
N.A.
N.A,
N.A.
N.A.


ST4J2CUL~f


546-37 KJ/SOQ.
11.770 GIGA J.ULES
243639 12 DEGREES C
N.A. DEGREES C
*,37
0.233 GIGA JDULES
0.238 ST3A JTUL =
49.350 GIGA JOU-ES


SYST=V T:T._
N.A. GIGA J3J.ES
N.4. 'ERC=N'
9,547 3TGA JLJLES
0.239 GIGA JDJLES
3?7.34? SIGA J3UL7S
37,343 GIGA JJ._ES
NA. G1GA JCULES
9.426 GIGA JOULES
N.A. GIGA J3JLES


SvSTcyM nFprCrNCr FAC4Prf:


* )3-"O"'"S UNAVAILABLE "ATt
) DENOTFS NJ_. DATA
N.A. 31PJNOS N'0 ADnLTCAFL DATA

EErcENl": -c':lS SUJIDE T' THE MrN-jHLY PDEOCr4MANCE oc-'-rT
?F THE NATIrNAL SrLAR DATA PQrGmAMFr-=RUARY 2S,1978,
sn_ .A /oG004-79/1 P









SOLAR HEATINc AND COOLING DEMONSTPATICN PRCGPAM


MONTHLY REPORT
SI'E SUMMARY


S-A/AR/1017-79/02


STTE: cACT.I 'I"IS DEVELOPMENT GAS CCM"ANJY
PEDOOT PEPIOD: FEEBUAY. 1979


SIT'/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION:
THE FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT SOLAR SYSTEM )ROVIDES SERVI-C -3T WATER TO 31
UNI'S O= A CONDOMINIUM. ALL JNITS HAV= 52 GA.-ON E.EC'TIC MATE HEATFRS.
SEVEN OF T-IESE ARE INSTRUMENTE. THE ARPAY OF 'LAT-OLATF COLLECTrPS
PROVIDES F23 SQUARE FEET OF GPOSS APFA. STORAGE Ic DR9VIDED BY A SINGLE
1000 GALLON GLASS LINED TANK, INSULATED AND BUPIED.

GENERAL SITE DATA:
INCIDENT SOLAR ENERGY 25.026


COLLECTED SOLAF ENERGY

AVERAGE AM3IENT TFMPERATUPE
AVERAGE BUILDING TEMPEPATUPE
E:SS SOLAP CONVERSION E.FTCIENCY
ECSS OPERATING ENERGY
TO'AL SYSEM4 OPERATING ENERGY
TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMED


MI L-ON _?TU


43123 3TJ/SQ.eFT
11.156 MILLION BTU
21455 3TU/SQ.=T.
53 DFGREES F
N.A. DEGREES F
0*37
0.225 MILLION PTJ
0.225 MIL-ION 3TU
4 *777 MIL-ION BTJ


SUsSYSTEM SUMMARY:

-3Ar)
SOLAR ACTIONN
SOLAR ENERSY USED
OPERATING EJIEOGY
AUX. 'HERMA' ENERGY
A'JX. ELECTRIC FUEL
AUX. FOSSIL FUEL
EL-CTRICAL SAVINGS
FOSSIL SAVINGS


HO'" WATEP
M.A.
N.A e
9.163
N.A.
35,396
3M. 396
SN.A.

N.A.
N*Ao


HEATING
N Ao
N.A.
N. A
N. A
N. A.
N.A.
N *A
N.A.
N. A.


COILING
N. A.
N.A.
N. A.


M A.
NeA*
N. A


SYSTEM T-)T4_
N*A. MIL-IOM
N.A. 'ERC N'
S.1^3 MIL.I -N
0.225 MILLION
'5.396 MILTON
35.39r MIL-ION
N.A. MILLION
8.935 MIL-I-M
N.A. MIL-IDCI


SYSTEM PEPFOPMANCE FACTOR:


* DEIOTrS UNAVAILABLE DATA
DENOTES NU.. DATA
M.A. ).NOTES Nn' APPLICABLE DA'A

PEPEEENJCF: JSER'S GUIDE TO THF MONTHLY DEDOOPMANCE P= OpFT
OF rTHE NATIONAL SCLAR DATA PD0GPAMFEERUARY 28,1978,
Sn, AR/0004-78/1


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B'J
STJ
9TJ
eTJ
ETU
3TU
BTJ







SnLAR H-ATINS AND COOLING ODMONSTRATION PPOGRAM


MONTHLY REPORT
ENERGY COLLECTION AND STORAGE SUBSYSTFM (ECSS)

STT=: =4CI.I'TES )"VFL-DMENT GAS COMPANY
EPg-oDT DEPIOD: FFBSUARY,1979


S_-AZ/1317-79/02


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INCIDENT AMBIENT
SOLAR TEMP
EN= PGY
MILLION I
B'U I r)G-F
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DAY
OF




1
2
3
4
5
f
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15i
16
17
18


21
? 2
23
?4
I 5
26
27
I 2P


0.752
0.718

1.108
1 049

0.953
0.874
0 o23
I 5p
1.0A7
1.084
1.106
0. 44
0.946
3.924
.10 33
0. 938

0. 5:
0.778

0. 93f
0 .s3?
1 125
0.458
1.10!
1.08-5


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SJI I ?3.32
----.------------
IAVG I 0. 9fl

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51
49
51
49
50
C1I
53
S-,
54
52
54
54
55
56
51
5=;
-3
54
C.5

5.7
56
54
SA
55
C 4


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- -
I T11


ENERGY

LOAD?
MILLION
B'r
----------
0 .163
0.193
0 23?
0.251
0.267
0.349
0.362
0.408
0.275
0.394
0 444
0.345
0.340
0 44
0.33P
0.397
0.428
*
0.300
0.236(
00?86
0. 404
0.291
0. 28;
0 < 5
0.2PA4
0.391
C 370
----------
9.167
0.32--------
0*327


AUX
THERMAL
TO FCSS
MILLION
BTU
----------
N
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T

A


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I
C
A
3
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N. A.


ECSS ECSS
OPERATING ENERGY
ENERGY I REJECTED
MILLION I MILLION
3TU 9TU
----------- ------------
0.008 N
3.006 0
0.030 T
0.009
0.009 A
0.009 P
0.008
0.007 L
0.007 I

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0.009 A


0.007
0.010
3 0* OC9
0*038
o.Oc9


0.007
0 009
0*008
3.008
0 00'

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0*010
S 0.010


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3.01 3 N-A.

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ECSS SDLAR
CONVERSION
EFFICIE CY


-------------
3.217
0.268
0*5S
0.226
3.?"5
3 .33
0.379
0.4f6
0.299

0.424
0.31

0.*7'
0.358
0 433
0.75<

0. 55
00421
0 .33
3.449
0.321
0.515
0.70^
0*620
0.355
0.349


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; )' ?TrS NULL DATA,
.A. I iO-'1r'. NOr ADPLICALL" DATA.


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SOLAP HEATING AND COOLING DE3%4ST ATION :RO3RAM


MONTHLY R=PDPT
COLLECTOR ARPAY PERFORMANCE


SITF: FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT GAS CDMDANY
P'PORT PERIOD: FF9RUAPY,1979


Sr'AR/1017-79.0e


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INCIDENTN
SCLAR
ENERGY
MILLION
P TU
----------
0.752
0. 718
0.33C
S 1.108
1,049
1.033
0.953
0 874
S 0. 923
1 05P
1.047
1. 384
1,106
I 0. 44
0. 9a6
0.924
1 105
0 938
0.659
0.561
0.778
0.890
0.906
0.5E2
1.125
0 45
1 101
1 08,

25 026

0.894

0001
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IOorPAT T NAL
I INCIDENT
E E !GY
MI LL T ON
BTU
1-----------
0.696
0.643
I 0.220
1.031
0.955
I 0.04
0. 8-8
0.792
0. 86
0.920
0.954
I 1.018
1.007
0.850
0.865
0.855
1.028
0.864
0.F64


I 0.855
I .B?7
0.439
1. C74
0 383
I .055
1. 0"7=

22.834

S 0.816
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COLLECTED
SOLAo
cENcRGv
MILLT N
eTU
----------
C.361
0.325
0.120
0.467
0.423
0.421
0. 408
C.388

0.432
0.492
0.476
0.491
0.429
0.423
0.415 |
0.49 1
0.452 1
0.312
0 0.o4 92
0.3F3
0.4?4
0.406
0.225
0.51
0.190
S0 F?7
0.094

11 15
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o 1

C.39P

0100
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SDAYT-IM-
A'4BI ENT
T"MP
DEG F

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C 1
56
I 57
69
61
61
62
57
59
I 62
64
A c;
6-
60
5p
61


61
6?

59
59
60
62

6
62
iz i


COLL-CTOR
ARRAY
EFFICIENCY

-----------
3.a80
0.452
0.354
3.421
0.403
0.407
0.429
0.444
3.484
0, 408
0.470
D 4"20
0. 435
.453
0.444
0.449
0.450
0.492
0.474
3) 37
0.454
0 .83
0.448
0.,407
0.453
0.435
0.479
0.455
--- -


I IO
----- ---- ------- ----
61 0.446

N100


* DF43TES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
a DevTF'ES NULL DA-A
N.A. )FNCYrTS NOT APPLICARLF DATA.







SOLAP HEATING AND COCLING DEMONSTRATION PPrPGRAM


MONTHLY PEDOOT
fTTnRAG= PERFORMANCE


SITE: FACILITIES DEVELCDMENT GAS COMPANY
R-PORT PERIOr): FEBPUARY,1979

---- --------- ----
I I eN'EPGY ENERGY CHANGE
"= I Tr FPrF IN ST"PFD
I 4TH STfPAGE STOPAGs FF'FGY
SMILLTanN MILLION MILLION
STU BTU BTU
1 -------J
--- ---------I----------- ----------
1 0.330 I C.163 -0.303
2 3.320 1 3.193 0.0 0"
? 0.111 .23? -0.131
4 1 0.411 1 0.251 0.173
5 5 0.366 0.2r7 0.041
I 6 0.796 0.34 0.007
0.347 0.3f2 -0.01e
9 I 0. 3o | .409 -0.048
0 0*376 t 0.27; C,~C5?
13 0 .-9 1 0 .3a 0.00
I : 0.461 0444 -0. 20
S 12 0.420 C.345 0 0.0
13 0.794 0.34Q a 0.036
14 0.364 0.446 -0.09
1 0 0.37*- 0 .339 000 Pe
1i 0 356 0.797 -0.030
I 0.430 I C.429 -0.014
19 0.3 36 1* -0.33
I 1 9.2P1 0 I 300 -0.0 31
S 1 0.218 I f.236 -0.020
S1. 0.213 0.2e8 0.C26
S 0, 3O9 0.40&a 0 O.1
I 2" 0.247 C201 0.015
2-4 0 206 | 0.2P5 -0 .91
I C 0, & b 0 4'aC 0 078
I 2 0 15-' 0 2e4 -0 107
.27 446 0.391 0 11ai
I l .456 0.37" 0.042

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I STIOAGE
EFFICIENCY


STCOAGE
AVERAGE
TEF
OEG =


78
Q9
82
90
100
101
131
99
98
102
102
131
107

95
98
99
Q@?
BP
88
36
86
9'
06
92
100
8
gm
99


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* ODrJTEc UNAVAILABLE DATA.
& DTWYO'S NULL 'A'A,
N.A. )E'%ifrTES NOT AnPL ICTILF ATA.


-----------
-0.422
0.799
0.910
1 .333
0.842
0.899
0.990
0.975
?.878
1,014
0.903
0.97^
0.981
0.984
0.922
1.033
0.963
*
1.016
0.993
1.000
1 .75
0. 83
0.939
0.932
1.121
1.138
0.923


0.920
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SOLAP HEATING AND CCCLING DEMONSTRATION OPfGPAM


MONTHLY REPORT
HO' WATER SUBSYSTEM


SOLAR/101"-79/32


SITE: FACILITIES DEVEL3JMENT rAS COMPANY
PEPORT PERIOD: FEBR'JARY1979


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DAY
OF=
MON.

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4
5
7
3
9
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12
13
14
15
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21
18


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23
24
25

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WATER |

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SOLAP
FNCRGY
JSF I
MILLION
3TU
-~I
--------t
0.1631
0.193

0.251 i
3.2671
0.3491
0.3621
0.408
0.P75
0.390
0.4441
0.345
0.34 0
0.4461
0.3391
0.3971
0.4281
*1
0.300f)
0.2361
3.2861
0.404
0.201
0 .251
0.3451
3.2841
0.391
0.379

9.163
I ------ I
0.327

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AUX
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