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Heat Load Calculation CLTD method

Heat Load Calculation CLTD method

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Hello All,

I'm trying to develop and excel sheet for CLTD/CLF based heat load calculation..
I read an article which directed me to ASHRAE page for free software named CLTDTAB which would help obtain CLTD/CLF values for various types of walls..Temperature differences...
Unfortunately I coudnt find this software in the link..
Does nay one have this software?..
Could you please upload a link?

Regards,

SDTH

RE: Heat Load Calculation CLTD method

I recommend you have your company purchase CHVAC program from Elite Software instead.

RE: Heat Load Calculation CLTD method

Now widely using carrier hap software

RE: Heat Load Calculation CLTD method

Number for software packages are cheaper than your time needed to develop calculation, while Excel sheet cannot match abilities of any software, not to mention all that formulas and conditional formatting which is needed, and at the end you don't have calculated system model but stupid table. These times are simply over except for calculations for which there is no software available.

RE: Heat Load Calculation CLTD method

Do you mean for cooling load? I seem to recall an Ashrae toolbox with this method.

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