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DSF/FPRCEN/TR 16999 - SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS FOR ROOFS: REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURAL CONNECTIONS TO SOLAR PANELS Organization: DS
Description: This Technical Report provides guidance on the principles and requirements of structural design for the safety and serviceability of the structural connection between solar energy panels (thermal or photovoltaic) that are mounted on flat or pitched roofs. This Technical Report does not include requirements for: - weather tightness of the roof, solar panels and connections; - electrical, thermal or mechanical characteristics of the solar panels; - precautions against fire of the installation.
BRE BR504 - ROOFS AND ROOFING PERFORMANCE, DIAGNOSIS, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND THE AVOIDANCE OF DEFECTS Organization: BRE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Functions particular to pitched roofs, and flat roofs. Extensive lightweight green roofs. Modern methods of construction. Roof-mounted photovoltaic systems.
NBN - EN ISO 12567-1 - THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF WINDOWS AND DOORS - DETERMINATION OF THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE BY THE HOT-BOX METHOD - PART 1: COMPLETE WINDOWS AND DOORS (ISO 12567-1:2010) Organization: NBN
Date: 2010-08-27
Description: It is not applicable to edge effects occurring outside the perimeter of the specimen, energy transfer due to solar radiation on the specimen, effects of air leakage through the specimen, and roof windows and projecting products, where the external face projects beyond the cold side roof surface.
NBN - EN ISO 12567-1 - ISOLATION THERMIQUE DES FENÊTRES ET PORTES - DÉTERMINATION DE LA TRANSMISSION THERMIQUE PAR LA MÉTHODE À LA BOÎTE CHAUDE - PARTIE 1: FENÊTRES ET PORTES COMPLÈTES (ISO 12567-1:2010) Organization: NBN
Date: 2010-08-27
Description: It is not applicable to edge effects occurring outside the perimeter of the specimen, energy transfer due to solar radiation on the specimen, effects of air leakage through the specimen, and roof windows and projecting products, where the external face projects beyond the cold side roof surface.
NBN - EN ISO 12567-1 - THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF WINDOWS AND DOORS - DETERMINATION OF THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE BY THE HOT-BOX METHOD - PART 1: COMPLETE WINDOWS AND DOORS (ISO 12567-1:2010) Organization: NBN
Date: 2010-08-27
Description: It is not applicable to edge effects occurring outside the perimeter of the specimen, energy transfer due to solar radiation on the specimen, effects of air leakage through the specimen, and roof windows and projecting products, where the external face projects beyond the cold side roof surface.
ISO FDIS 52010-1 - ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS - EXTERNAL CLIMATIC CONDITIONS - PART 1: CONVERSION OF CLIMATIC DATA FOR ENERGY CALCULATIONS Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-10-31
Description: The solar irradiance and illuminance on an arbitrary surface are applicable as input for energy and daylighting calculations, for building elements (such as roofs, facades and windows) and for components of technical building systems (such as thermal solar collectors, PV panels). Other parameters of climatic data needed to assess the thermal and moisture performance of buildings, building elements or technical building systems [like wind, temperature, moisture and long-wave (thermal) radiation] are to be obtained according to the procedures in ISO 15927-4.
CEN - EN ISO 12567-1 - THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF WINDOWS AND DOORS - DETERMINATION OF THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE BY THE HOT-BOX METHOD - PART 1: COMPLETE WINDOWS AND DOORS Organization: CEN
Date: 2010-07-01
Description: It is not applicable to — edge effects occurring outside the perimeter of the specimen, — energy transfer due to solar radiation on the specimen, — effects of air leakage through the specimen, and — roof windows and projecting products, where the external face projects beyond the cold side roof surface. NOTE For roof windows and projecting units, see the procedure given in ISO 12567-2.
BRE IP14/12 - STATIC AND DYNAMIC WIND LOADS ON BUILDING-MOUNTED MICROWIND TURBINES Organization: BRE
Date: 2012-06-01
Description: This guide covers wind turbines, as well as passive systems such as photovoltaics (PV) and solar thermal panels. Several problems encountered by the inappropriate mounting of small wind turbines to buildings are discussed, and the guide includes a new simplified theoretical approach for determining wind loads on microwind turbines attached to buildings.
NBN - EN ISO 10077-1 - THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF WINDOWS, DOORS AND SHUTTERS - CALCULATION OF THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE - PART 1: GENERAL (ISO 10077-1:2006) Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-11-03
Description: The calculation also does not include effects of solar radiation, heat transfer caused by air leakage, calculation of condensation, ventilation of air spaces in double and coupled windows and surrounding parts of an oriel window.
NBN - EN ISO 10077-1 - THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF WINDOWS, DOORS AND SHUTTERS - CALCULATION OF THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE - PART 1: GENERAL (ISO 10077-1:2006) Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-11-03
Description: The calculation also does not include effects of solar radiation, heat transfer caused by air leakage, calculation of condensation, ventilation of air spaces in double and coupled windows and surrounding parts of an oriel window.
NBN - EN ISO 10077-1 - PERFORMANCE THERMIQUE DES FENÊTRES, PORTES ET FERMETURES - CALCUL DU COEFFICIENT DE TRANSMISSION THERMIQUE - PARTIE 1: GÉNÉRALITÉS (ISO 10077-1:2006) Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-11-03
Description: The calculation also does not include effects of solar radiation, heat transfer caused by air leakage, calculation of condensation, ventilation of air spaces in double and coupled windows and surrounding parts of an oriel window.
ASTM C1199 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR MEASURING THE STEADY-STATE THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE OF FENESTRATION SYSTEMS USING HOT BOX METHODS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-02-01
Description: NOTE 1—This test method allows the testing of projecting fenestration products (that is, garden windows, skylights, and roof windows) installed vertically in a surround panel. Current research on skylights, roof windows, and projecting products hopefully will provide additional information that can be added to the next version of this test method so that skylight and roof windows can be tested horizontally or at some angle typical of a sloping roof.
ISO FDIS 10077-1 - THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF WINDOWS, DOORS AND SHUTTERS - CALCULATION OF THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE - PART 1: GENERAL Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-10-31
Description: The calculation does not include — effects of solar radiation (see standards under M2-8), — heat transfer caused by air leakage (see standards under M2-6), — calculation of condensation, — ventilation of air spaces in double and coupled windows, and — surrounding parts of an oriel window.
GMW14669 - ORGANIC COATING PERFORMANCE FOR EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR METALLIC COMPONENTS - ISSUE 4; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2016-09-01
Description: Applicable to surface finishes used on internal body parts and components in areas of severe service operations, e.g., solar; direct sunlight exposure, and corrosion; items in contact with wet floor, such as lower seat structure.
CSA A440.2/A440.3 - FENESTRATION ENERGY PERFORMANCE/USER GUIDE TO CSA A440.2-14, FENESTRATION ENERGY PERFORMANCE - SIXTH EDITION; UPDATE NO. 1: FEBRUARY 2015 Organization: CSA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: This Standard specifies both measurement and calculation methods for establishing the following fenestration system properties for both residential and commercial applications: (a) overall coefficient of heat transfer (U-factor); (b) solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC); and (c) visible transmittance (VT).

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