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Cooling and Heating Season Impacts of Right-Sizing of Fixed- and Variable-Capacity Heat Pumps With Attic and Indoor Ductwork

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A series of tests were conducted for full variable-capacity air-conditioning (A/C) and heat pump units. The tests evaluated both cooling and heating energy use of these heat pump units under a variety of conditions. Testing with attic ducts and indoor ducts were done for both SEER 13 and SEER 21/22 units. Both a 2-ton capacity unit and a 3-ton capacity unit were tested. There was some confounding in that the SEER 22 unit was 2-ton capacity and the SEER 21 unit was 3-ton capacity. The SEER 21/22 units also had a relative humidity control.

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University of Central Florida - Florida Solar Energy Center. (2016). Cooling and Heating Season Impacts of Right-Sizing of Fixed- and Variable-Capacity Heat Pumps With Attic and Indoor Ductwork [data set]. Retrieved from https://data.openei.org/submissions/4765.
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Cummings, James, Withers, Charles, and Kono, Jamie. Cooling and Heating Season Impacts of Right-Sizing of Fixed- and Variable-Capacity Heat Pumps With Attic and Indoor Ductwork. United States: N.p., 15 Aug, 2016. Web. https://data.openei.org/submissions/4765.
Cummings, James, Withers, Charles, & Kono, Jamie. Cooling and Heating Season Impacts of Right-Sizing of Fixed- and Variable-Capacity Heat Pumps With Attic and Indoor Ductwork. United States. https://data.openei.org/submissions/4765
Cummings, James, Withers, Charles, and Kono, Jamie. 2016. "Cooling and Heating Season Impacts of Right-Sizing of Fixed- and Variable-Capacity Heat Pumps With Attic and Indoor Ductwork". United States. https://data.openei.org/submissions/4765.
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Data from Aug 15, 2016

Last updated Jun 29, 2023

Submitted Aug 15, 2016

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University of Central Florida - Florida Solar Energy Center

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Charles WIthers

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James Cummings

University of Central Florida - Florida Solar Energy Center

Charles Withers

University of Central Florida - Florida Solar Energy Center

Jamie Kono

University of Central Florida - Florida Solar Energy Center

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DOE Project Details

Project Name Building America

Project Number 1.9.1.19

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