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DIN EN ISO 52017-1

Energy performance of buildings - Sensible and latent heat loads and internal temperatures - Part 1: Generic calculation procedures (ISO 52017-1:2017)

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 April 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 47
ICS Code (Thermal insulation of buildings): 91.120.10
scope:

This document specifies the general assumptions, boundary conditions and equations for the calculation, under transient hourly or subhourly conditions, of the internal temperatures (air and operative) and/or the heating, cooling and humidification and dehumidification loads to hold a specific (temperature, moisture) set point, in a single building zone. No specific numerical techniques are imposed by this document.

Specific calculation procedures based on the generic calculation procedures of this document are given in ISO 52016-1. The specific simplifications, assumptions and boundary conditions in ISO 52016-1 are tailored to the respective application areas, such as the energy need for heating and cooling and for humidification and dehumidification, hourly internal temperature, design heating and cooling and humidification and dehumidification load.

NOTE Table 1 in the Introduction shows the relative position of this document within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in ISO 52000-1.

Document History

DIN EN ISO 52017-1
April 1, 2018
Energy performance of buildings - Sensible and latent heat loads and internal temperatures - Part 1: Generic calculation procedures (ISO 52017-1:2017)
This document specifies the general assumptions, boundary conditions and equations for the calculation, under transient hourly or subhourly conditions, of the internal temperatures (air and...

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