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BS EN 15316-2-1:2007

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Heating systems in buildings. Method for calculation of system energy requirements and system efficiencies Space heating emission systems

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Superseded date

30-06-2017

Language(s)

English

Published date

29-08-2008

Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions, symbols and units
  3.1 Terms and definitions
  3.2 Symbols and units
4 Relation to other EPBD-standards
5 Principle of the method
  5.1 Energy calculation
  5.2 Thermal energy required for heat emission
  5.3 Auxiliary energy W[em,aux]
  5.4 Recoverable system thermal losses Q[em,ls,rbl] and
      non-recoverable system thermal losses Q[em,ls,nrbl]
  5.5 Heat demand for space heating, building heat
      requirement Q[H]
  5.6 System thermal losses Q[em,ls]
  5.7 Calculation periods
  5.8 Splitting or branching of the space heating system
6 Energy calculation for a heat emission system
  6.1 General
  6.2 Heat loss due to non-uniform temperature distribution
  6.3 Heat loss due to embedded surface heating devices
  6.4 Heat loss due to control of the indoor temperature
  6.5 Auxiliary energy, W[em,aux]
7 Recommended calculation methods
  7.1 General
  7.2 Method using efficiencies
  7.3 Method using equivalent increase in internal temperature
Annex A (informative) - Energy losses of the heat emission system,
        adapted from German regulation DIN 18599
    A.1 Heat emission
    A.2 Efficiencies for free heating surfaces (radiators); room
        heights <= 4 m
    A.3 Efficiencies for component integrated heating surfaces
        (panel heaters) (room heights <= 4 m)
    A.4 Efficiencies for electrical heating (room heights <= 4 m)
    A.5 Efficiencies air heating (non-domestic ventilation systems)
        (room heights <= 4 m)
    A.6 Efficiencies for room spaces with heights >= 4 m
        (large indoor space buildings)
    A.7 Efficiencies for room spaces with heights > 10 m
Annex B (informative) - Equivalent increase in internal
        temperature - adapted from the French regulation RT2005
    B.1 General
    B.2 Zones
    B.3 Spatial variation of temperature due to stratification
    B.4 Variation of temperature due to control
Annex C (informative) - Auxiliary energy
    C.1 General
    C.2 Large indoor space buildings (h > 4 m)
Bibliography

Regulates the required inputs, the outputs and the links (structure) of the calculation method in order to achieve a common European calculation method.

The scope of this European Standard is to standardise the required inputs, the outputs and the links (structure) of the calculation method in order to achieve a common European calculation method. The energy performance may be assessed either by values of the heat emission system efficiency or by values of the increased space temperatures due to heat emission system inefficiencies. The method is based on an analysis of the following characteristics of a space heating emission system, including control: - non-uniform space temperature distribution; - heat emitters embedded in the building structure; - control accuracy of the indoor temperature. The energy required by the emission system is calculated separately for thermal energy and electrical energy, in order to facilitate determination of the final energy and subsequently the corresponding primary energy according to other standards.

Committee
RHE/24
DevelopmentNote
Supersedes 05/30140976 DC. (08/2008)
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
42
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

Standards Relationship
EN 15316-2-1:2007 Identical

DIN V 18599-6:2016-10 ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF BUILDINGS - CALCULATION OF THE NET, FINAL AND PRIMARY ENERGY DEMAND FOR HEATING, COOLING, VENTILATION, DOMESTIC HOT WATER AND LIGHTING - PART 6: FINAL ENERGY DEMAND OF VENTILATION SYSTEMS AND AIR HEATING SYSTEMS FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
EN 215 : 2004 AMD 1 2006 THERMOSTATIC RADIATOR VALVES - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS
EN 15316-1:2017 Energy performance of buildings - Method for calculation of system energy requirements and system efficiencies - Part 1: General and Energy performance expression, Module M3-1, M3-4, M3-9, M8-1, M8-4
EN ISO 13790:2008 Energy performance of buildings - Calculation of energy use for space heating and cooling (ISO 13790:2008)
EN 15232:2012 Energy performance of buildings - Impact of Building Automation, Controls and Building Management
PRCEN/TR 15615 : DRAFT 2014 ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS - MODULE M1-X - ACCOMPANYING TECHNICAL REPORT ON DRAFT OVERARCHING STANDARD EPB (PREN 15603)
EN 12828:2012+A1:2014 Heating systems in buildings - Design for water-based heating systems
ISO 13370:2017 Thermal performance of buildings — Heat transfer via the ground — Calculation methods
EN ISO 13370:2017 Thermal performance of buildings - Heat transfer via the ground - Calculation methods (ISO 13370:2017)
ISO 13790:2008 Energy performance of buildings Calculation of energy use for space heating and cooling
IEC 60675:1994+AMD1:1998 CSV Household electric direct-acting room heaters - Methods for measuring performance
EN 14336:2004 Heating systems in buildings - Installation and commissioning of water based heating systems
EN 12831 : 2003 HEATING SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - METHOD FOR CALCULATION OF THE DESIGN HEAT LOAD
ISO 7345:1987 Thermal insulation Physical quantities and definitions
EN 60675:1995/A1:1998 HOUSEHOLD ELECTRIC DIRECT-ACTING ROOM HEATERS - METHODS FOR MEASURING PERFORMANCE
EN 15316-2-3:2007 Heating systems in buildings - Method for calculation of system energy requirements and system efficiencies - Part 2-3: Space heating distribution systems

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