- ASHRAE Journal Article of June 2021 “Innovation, Resiliency Create Cornerstone of Office Tower Design” Analyzed & Benchmarked by the (SEE) Model Weather of May 27, 2021 & August 11, 2021
- Tianjin China Benchmark Data of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2010 Large Office Building for January 24, 2020-June 14, 2021-
- Benchmark Your City-If you would like me to benchmark 90.1-2010 Large Office Buildings in your city, anywhere in the world, send me a message including the date you want and I will try to accommodate at no cost or obligation. I would appreciate knowing the Day EUI values you measure in your City compared to the (SEE) Model values I provide.
- Paris France Benchmark Data of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2010 Large Office Building-System Energy Equilibrium (SEE) Model Analysis-Annual EUI & Day EUI for May 21, 2021 & June 25, 2021
- London UK Benchmark Data of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2010 Large Office Building-(SEE) Model Analysis-Annual EUI estimate & Day EUI for May 21, 2021 & June 25, 2021.
Salt Lake City Benchmark Data of ASHRAE 90.1-2010 Large Office-Annual (EUI) given & Benchmark Data for April 30, 2021 & May 10, 2021 & June 18-June21-June 25, 2021
Reno Nevada Benchmark Data of 90.1-2010 Large Office-Estimate of Annual (EUI) and Day (EUI) for May 6, 2021-April 21, 2021-September 10, 2021
San Francisco Benchmark Data of ASHRAE Std. 90.1-2010 Large office for Days of 1/28/20-8/28/20-10/28/20-4/28/21
The paper gives building and plant energy benchmark data for a given day. Building owners can record energy data on a given day and compare performance to a 90.1-2010 large office.
When the “Oil Embargo” of 1973 occurred, I was a member of a small group of computer simulation engineers at Texas Instruments Inc. (T.I.) designing and evaluating military systems via computer simulations. The modeled systems included the Shrike missile, laser guided systems, and anti-tank missiles. The oil embargo occurred the fourth quarter of 1973 and in 1974 (T.I.) gave me the task of modeling the energy consumption of (T.I.) buildings and processes for the purpose of defining what could be done to reduce energy consumption. I used building energy computer programs available at the time that were based on simulating the yearly energy use of a building based on utility bills. I became convinced that a 24-hour real-time model was needed3. On retiring I decided to see if I could develop a model based on basic thermodynamic equations1,2 and perhaps develop a real time model7,8,9. This effort has resulted in the System Energy Equilibrium (SEE) Model summarized by this paper.
Best regards to all,
Kirby Nelson P.E. Life Member ASHRAE
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