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ORNL engineering-economic model of residential energy use

Eric Hirst

ORNL engineering-economic model of residential energy use

by Eric Hirst

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Published by Dept. of Energy, [Office of Energy Technology], Oak Ridge National Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Oak Ridge, Tenn, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dwellings -- Energy consumption -- Mathematical models.,
  • Energy consumption -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEric Hirst, Janet Carney.
    SeriesORNL/CON ; 24
    ContributionsCarney, Janet., Oak Ridge National Laboratory., Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Energy Division.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 79 p. :
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15233748M

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory. [email protected]; April 3, Development of advanced HVAC/WH system options for efficient residential or small commercial buildings, new const. or retrofit * ET R&D project in support of DOE/BTO Goal of 50%. Reduction in Building Energy Use by US HVAC system OEM. IHP concept – all HVAC &. "An Evaluation of the ORNL Residential Energy Use Model," EPRI REPORT EA, Electronic Research Institute: Palo Alto, June "The NIECS Data Base and Its Use in Residential Energy Demand Modeling," with T. Cowing and J. Dubin, Discussion Paper No. MIT-ELWP, MIT Energy Laboratory, June

    The ORNL residential energy use model was developed to simulate energy use in the residential sector from through The model provides considerable detail on annual energy uses by fuel Author: Sulayman Al-Qudsi. ORNL/CON Oak Ridge, Tenn.: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. b Energy Savings Due to the Bonneville Power Administration Residential Weatherization Pilot - Program Two Years After Participation. ORNL/CON Oak Ridge, Tenn.: Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

    A comprehensive engineering-economic computer model used to simulate energy use in the residential sector from to is described. The purpose of the model is to provide an analytical tool with which to evaluate a variety of conservation policies, technologies, and strategies for their impacts on residential energy use and fuel. ORNL is managed by UT-Battelle for the US Department of Energy High Efficiency, Residential Gas-Fired Adsorption Heat Pump Water Heater Development Moonis Ally Oak Ridge National Laboratory Hot Water Forum Water Heating, Distribution, and Use Efficiency American Council for an Energy‐Efficient Economy (ACEEE) Portland, OR.


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ORNL engineering-economic model of residential energy use. Oak Ridge, Tenn.: Dept. of Energy [Office of Energy Technology], Oak Ridge National Laboratory ; [Springfield, Va.]: [For sale by the National Technical Information Service], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.

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For a description of one version of the ORNL (Hirst) Residential Model see Eric Hirst and Janet Carney, “The ORNL Engineering-Economic Model of Residential Energy Use,” ORNL/CON (July ), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, eventfr.com: Terry H. Morlan. Improved engineering-economic model of residential energy use: Authors: Hirst, E.; Cope, J.; An improved version of the ORNL residential energy use model was developed to simulate energy use in the residential sector from through The model provides considerable detail on annaul energy uses by fuel, end use, and housing type; and.

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This report describes a comprehensive engineering-economic computer model used to simulate energy use in the residential sector from to The purpose of the model is to provide an analytical tool with which to evaluate a variety of conservation policies, technologies, and strategies for their impacts on residential energy use and fuel expenditures over time.

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Final comparisons showed a potential 10% savings in cooling energy and a 13% savings in heating energy. In a field investigation on thermal mass effect in residential buildings was performed by the NAHB Research Center (NAHB RC ). energy. consumption source sectors petroleum natural gas coal renewable nuclear electricity transportation industrial commercial residential: electric utilities Table Distribution of Transportation Energy Consumption by Source and Sector, xlsx: pdf: energy.

consumption source petroleum natural gas coal renewable: electricity Figure An engineering-economic model, when used to determine the impacts of three Federal programs on residential fuel consumption, indicates that most conservation efforts can save both energy.

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) residential energy use model is a complex system designed to simulate the impacts of alternative energy policies on the residential sector. Its architecture represents a compromise between eventfr.com to analyze policies which are quite localized and heterogeneous in their impacts, such as mandatory insulation.

Representing Nitrogen, Phosphorus, And Carbon Interactions In the E3sm Land Model: Development and Global Benchmarking Journal: Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. Hirst, E. and J. Carney, "The ORNL Engineering-Economic Model of Residential Energy Use", ORNL/CON, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, July Google Scholar Cited by: 4.

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Stacy Davis, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The book examines three alternative energy policies and their possible impacts on the residential energy demand. The text describes models on energy use including general micro-simulation and micro-simulation as applied in ""Residential End-Use Energy Planning Systems"" (REEPS) and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Residential Energy Consumption Model.

The ORNL Residential Reference House Energy Demand (RRHED) model is a computer-based engineering-economic end-use simulation model which forecasts energy demand and conservation policy impacts based upon a detailed evaluation of how households use energy for particular appliances9 The focus of the current study.

The book describes REEPS as a model providing end-use specific forecasts of energy consumption at the household level. The text describes ORNL as a computationally simpler design but conceptually more complex one. The book then evaluates three different policy scenarios using each of these two models.Get this from a library!

Selected comments on the ORNL residential energy-use model. [John H Herbert; United States. Energy Information Administration.

Office of Applied Analysis.; United States. Energy Information Administration. Office of Analysis Oversight and Access.].This chapter analyzes residential energy use sincegives energy use projections to the yearand discusses the potential for energy savings in the residential sector.

Aided by computer analysis of residential electricity and natural gas use sinceconsumer re- .