Lesson 2 - Final Review

9 questions

  1. Select the Analysis report that corresponds to the listed variable

    Number of unmet hours for a given room

    Monthly Energy consumption for fans

    Total building demand by month

    Hourly building loads for a weekday in January

    A chiller's percentage of maximum demand

    You lose points by selecting incorrect options. You may leave an option blank to avoid losing points.

  2. The energy calculation in Trace 700 uses the same max/min weather as the load design calculation.

  3. Selecting the cooling plant ONLY selects the efficiency of the equipment.

  4. It is possible to assign the coils on one system to multiple plants.

  5. Which of the following is selected when selecting a cooling plant?

    The cooling capacity

    The default heat rejection equipment

    The pump full load consumption

  6. Which of the following does not impact the building energy?

    The latent component of the people load

    The plant assignments

    The room assignments to systems

    None of these

  7. One of the best reports to look at first, is the Energy Cost Budget/PRM summary report.

  8. Select the report where you can find each of the following variables

    The amount of CO2 per year

    The number of hours at 50% of the system load

    Peak fan cfm and KW

    The percent of the total for primary heating energy

    You lose points by selecting incorrect options. You may leave an option blank to avoid losing points.

  9. If in exercise 2, the vestibule was unconditioned, what additional steps would be required?

    Several Partitions would be added to the vestibule, using the adjacent room method and selecting the appropriate room for each additional partition.

    Partitions would need to be added to the adjacent rooms and not to the vestibule. The method would be adjacent room, and the vestibule would be selected as adjacent room.

    Set the vestibule to unconditioned only. Trace would take care of the rest.

    Partitions would need to be added to the vestibule, using a sine fit.