ICC IECC (), the International Energy. Conservation Code, as mandated by and incorporated by the States and Municipalities, including. Arizona, Colorado. LEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENTUnited States of AmericaAll citizens and residents are hereby advised that this is a legally binding document. IRC allows compliance with IECC as an alternative to Chapter • Energy requirements in IRC and IECC almost identical. • IRC requires SHGC in Climate.
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Enforcement. & Chapter 4. Residential Energy. Efficiency. & Chapter 5. Commercial Energy. Efficiency. IECC Update. International Energy Conservation. Quick Reference Guide for IECC Residential Energy Efficiency. Climate Zone 5 and Marine 4. The International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). Modeling. • Code Education &. Advocacy. Photo: Jonathan. Hillyer,. • IECC – Duct + envelope testing, efficient lighting – ARRA .. pdf of this form !.
Zones 3. Zoning does not change between the IECC performance and prescriptive paths.
Building Envelope Several components of the building envelope have different specifications between the three codes. A comparison was made between the three codes for each component in order to assess the stringency of the code, including glazing area, building envelope, doors, attic and air exchange rate.
Building Envelope Specifications: The specifications for the various components of the building envelope for the IECC are stated in several different sections of the code. The U-Value for the fenestration was obtained from Table These prescriptive tables for building envelope components are subdivided based on window-to-wall area ratio WWAR for the house.
For the IECC, the performance path references the specifications laid out in the prescriptive tables of the code. The prescriptive table for the building envelope no longer uses the WWAR as a basis of specifying the envelope characteristics. The specifications for the ceiling R-value, the roof R-value, the wall R-value and the U-factor for the glazing for the standard house were defined in Table As per section The area weighted average maximum fenestration SHGC permitted using trade-offs from section in zones 1 through 3 was 0.
For the IRC, the prescriptive tables for the buildings eliminated the window-to-wall area ratios as the basis for specifying the building envelope parameters. The specifications for the building component U-values were available in Table N Since the code did not give any information for locating the doors in the model, two doors were assumed, one each on the front and the back orientation.
Both the IECC performance and prescriptive specifications have two doors assigned to the north orientation Table However, for the purpose of this simulation suite, two doors were assumed—one each on the front and back orientation.
The specification for the U-Value of the door was the same as the specifications for the fenestration U-values. In a similar fashion, the IRC did not provide any guidelines for locating doors in the simulation model.
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Hence the simulation model used the same assumptions as the IECC. The U-value of the door is given in Table N Attic Infiltration: The IECC did not provide any guidance for attic infiltration for the performance and prescriptive path. Hence, the values were adopted from the IECC. The simulation model assumes a fractional leakage of 0.
The IRC does not provide any guidance with respect to attic infiltration. As per Sec The value was obtained by converting the normalized leakage of 0. For the IECC performance, as well as the prescriptive path, the value of the air exchange rate was set at 0. The IRC did not have any specifications for the air exchange rate. Space Conditions 5. Internal Heat Gains: In Sec In the IECC, the internal heat gains are a function of conditioned square footage and the number of bedrooms in the house.
The internal heat gains were calculated by the equation provided in Table There were no specifications in the IRC.
Interior Shading: In Sec In Table Since the IRC does not specify any interior shading values for summer or winter, the IECC values are used, with the interior shading fixed at 0. Systems 6. The IRC has no specification for thermostat setting and setback. In contrast, the IRC did not specify any heating or cooling efficiency requirements so specifications similar to IECC were used. Duct Leakage: As per the specifications in section For the performance path in IECC, an option for using specified thermal distribution efficiency is provided Table However, in the case of compliance using the prescriptive path the thermal distribution efficiency is not specified.
Specifications in Sec. In Sec N This specification yields a value for the total duct leakage to the outdoor equal to In Sec.
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Simulation Test Suite and Results Simulation runs were made for a single story house with a conditioned area of 2, sq ft. The results are tabulated in Table 3, Table 4 and Table 5.
The analysis was performed for a case with gas heating and gas domestic hot water and for a case with heat pump heating and electric hot water system. Percentage savings over the IECC are presented for both site and source energy. HVAC Distribution efficiency: 0. A factor of 1. Conclusions The results of the simulations show: 1.
Results of the comparison of the IECC with the values obtained from implementing the IECC performance path, when considering gas heating, the site energy savings are in the range of Fenestration Table By definition: Fenestration products used to create an external nonload-bearing wall that is designed to separate the exterior and interior environments Commercial Thermal Envelope Fenestration U-Factor: Curtain Wall Storefront All Other What is Solar Heat Gain Coefficient?
Only Four Sections: Two-pipe heating systems serving multiple zones are included if no cooling system is installed [Tables Simple vs.
Complex Systems Commercial Building Mechanical Systems: Simple System Simple Systems Mandatory Provisions HVAC Performance Mandatory Table Commercial Building System Controls Motorized dampers that will automatically shut when the system or spaces are not in use.
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Heat Pump Systems Demand Control Ventilation Energy Recovery Ventilation Piping Insulation Pressure Duct Systems High Pressure Duct Systems Outside Buildings Unitary or packaged, single zone controlled by a single thermostat in the zone served. Commercial Definitions Economizers The pressure drop of device calculated at fan system design condition.
Particulate Filtration Credit: MERV 9 thru 12 0.
MERV 13 thru 15 0. MERV 16 and greater and electronically enhanced filters Pressure drop calculated at 2x clean filter pressure drop at fan system design condition.
Carbon and Other gas-phase air cleaners Clean filter pressure drop at fan system design condition. Heat Recovery Device Pressure drop of device at fan system design condition. Deductions Fume hood exhaust exception Allowable Fan Motor Horsepower Motor Nameplate Horsepower Heating Outside a Building Hot Gas Bypass Table Pipe Insulation System Controls Pool heaters Pool Covers Light Reduction Control Not required for the following: Automatic lighting shutoff control device required in all buildings larger than 5, ft2 Building Defined: The daylight zone depth is assumed to be 15 feet into the space or to the nearest ceiling height opaque partition, whichever is less The daylight zone width is assumed to be: The area under skylights whose horizontal dimension, in each direction, is equal to the skylight dimension plus the smaller of: Sum the wattage of all proposed connected lighting power This must include all lighting that is part of the design for the space including: Compare values: Connected power for following not included in calculations: Office Table How is an allowance determined if the building has more than one Building Area Type?
Multiple Occupancy Building Lighting wattage must be calculated in accordance with Section Other merchandise categories may be included in Retail Areas 2 through 4 above, provided that justification documenting the need for additional lighting power based on visual inspection, contrast, or other critical display is approved by the authority having jurisdiction.
The following lighting does not need to be included in the proposed lighting calculation: What areas are covered under exterior lighting allowances? Commercial Exterior Lighting Power Limits Lighting Zone Description 1 Developed areas of national parks, state parks, forest land, and rural areas 2 Areas predominantly consisting of residential zoning, neighborhood business districts, light industrial with limited nighttime use and residential mixed use areas 3 All other areas 4 High-activity commercial districts in major metropolitan areas as designated by the local land use planning authority Commercial Exterior Lighting Exterior Lighting Zones Table Applications Lighting Power Densities Tradable Surfaces Lighting Power Densities for open parking areas, building grounds, building entrances and exits, canopies and overhangs, and outdoor sales areas may be traded Uncovered Parking Areas Parking lots and drives 0.
Separate metering required for each dwelling unit Commercial Electric Energy Consumption Requirements How many nontradablewatts?
Commercial Performance Compliance For Performance-Based Compliance Need to model a standard reference design to the mandatory and prescriptive requirements. Convert annual energy consumption to annual energy cost. Need to model your proposed design. For both cases unite energy cost has to be the same. For both cases, simulation rules may apply.
Energy prices shall be taken from a source approved by the code official, such as the Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration's State Energy Price and Expenditure Report. Commercial Total Building Performance There are a number of Energy Simulations Tools Case Study Commercial Existing Building A 10, square foot tenant improvement program at Scottsdale Waterfront.
The office space goes beyond code compliance to result in Commercial Case Study Tenant Improvement The design challenges will be to work with an existing building envelope and achieve high levels of energy efficiency. A tenant improvement program, if complies to the scope and requirements of additions and alterations to existing buildings.
Main points of Focus: Building Envelope: Ceiling and Skylights 2. Internal Loads 3.
Daylight Controls for Lighting Load: Occupancy Sensors: The classroom is served by 6 perforated displacement air panels mounted low on the wall. These trade-offs typically occur within major building systems-envelope, lighting, or mechanical.
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