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This standard is part of a set of standards covering methods for the calculation of system energy requirements and system efficiencies of heating systems in buildings. In particular this standard is one of a number of standards dealing with domestic hot water systems. The scope of this specific part is to standardise the methods for determining the domestic hot water requirements and the overall methodology for calculation of energy consumption and system efficiencies. This includes calculation of heat losses in the domestic hot water distribution system and in hot water storage units and calculation of energy inputs to the heat generation device producing the domestic hot water. This standard covers the domestic hot water requirements in all buildings. The general approach to calculate energy consumptions and losses of domestic hot water systems is as follows: - calculation of domestic hot water requirements of a dwelling, a zone or a building ( W Q ); - calculation of heat losses due to the distribution or circulation of domestic hot water supplied ( d W Q , ); - calculation of heat losses in hot water storage units ( s W Q , ) and heat losses due to the production or generation ( g W Q , ). In order to be coherent with calculation methods for space heating systems, emission losses representing taps and control should be taken into account.
|Nederlandse titel||Verwarmingssystemen in gebouwen - Berekeningsmethode voor de systeemenergiebehoefte en het systeemrendement - Deel 3-1: Huishoudelijke war mwatersystemen, beschrijving van de behoefte (aftapeisen)|
|Engelse titel||Heating systems in buildings - Method for calculation of system energy requirements and system efficiencies - Part 3-1: Domestic hot water systems, characterisation of needs (tapping requirements)|
|Vervangen door||Normatieve verwijzingen||