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CEN - EN ISO 11855-4

Building environment design - Embedded radiant heating and cooling systems - Part 4: Dimensioning and calculation of the dynamic heating and cooling capacity of Thermo Active Building Systems (TABS)

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Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 September 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 68
ICS Code (Buildings in general): 91.040.01
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This document allows the calculation of peak cooling capacity of Thermo Active Building Systems (TABS), based on heat gains, such as solar gains, internal heat gains, and ventilation, and the calculation of the cooling power demand on the water side, to be used to size the cooling system, as regards the chiller size, fluid flow rate, etc.

This document defines a detailed method aimed at the calculation of heating and cooling capacity in non-steady state conditions.

Document History

EN ISO 11855-4
September 1, 2021
Building environment design - Embedded radiant heating and cooling systems - Part 4: Dimensioning and calculation of the dynamic heating and cooling capacity of Thermo Active Building Systems (TABS)
This document allows the calculation of peak cooling capacity of Thermo Active Building Systems (TABS), based on heat gains, such as solar gains, internal heat gains, and ventilation, and the...
August 1, 2015
Building environment design - Design, dimensioning, installation and control of embedded radiant heating and cooling systems - Part 4: Dimensioning and calculation of the dynamic heating and cooling capacity of Thermo Active Building Systems (TABS)
This part of ISO 11855 allows the calculation of peak cooling capacity of Thermo Active Building Systems (TABS), based on heat gains, such as solar gains, internal heat gains, and ventilation, and...

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