Standard Swedish standard · SS-EN ISO 15927-4:2005

Hygrothermal performance of buildings - Calculation and presentation of climatic data - Part 4: Hourly data for assessing the annual energy use for heating and cooling (ISO 15927-4:2005 )

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Scope
This part of ISO 15927 specifies a method for constructing a reference year of hourly values of appropriate meteorological data suitable for assessing the average annual energy for heating and cooling. Other reference years representing average conditions can be constructed for special purposes. The procedures in this part of ISO 15927 are not suitable for constructing extreme or semi-extreme years for simulation of, for example, moisture damage or energy demand in cold years.
Meteorological instrumentation and methods of observation are not covered; these are specified by the World Meteorological Organization.

Subjects

Geology, meteorology, hydrology (07.060) Thermal insulation of buildings (91.120.10)


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Standard Swedish standard · SS-EN ISO 15927-4:2005

Hygrothermal performance of buildings - Calculation and presentation of climatic data - Part 4: Hourly data for assessing the annual energy use for heating and cooling (ISO 15927-4:2005 )
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Language: English

Written by: SIS - Bygg och anläggning

International title:

Article no: STD-40442

Edition: 1

Approved: 8/4/2005

No of pages: 10