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Vitality Proficiency - Windows EGEE 102 Reserve funds with Productive Windows in a Warming Season http://www.efficientwindows.org/energycosts.html Cooling Season http://www.efficientwindows.org/energycosts.html Warmth misfortunes through Entryways and Windows
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Vitality Efficiency - Windows EGEE 102

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Savings with Efficient Windows in a Heating Season EGEE 102 http://www.efficientwindows.org/energycosts.html

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Cooling Season http://www.efficientwindows.org/energycosts.html EGEE 102

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Heat misfortunes through Doors and Windows Most window makers mark their windows with a U-esteem (conductance of warmth, Btu/h °F ft 2 ) U-qualities are the reciprocals of R-qualities (h °F ft 2/Btu). The bring down the U-esteem, the less warmth is lost through the window EGEE 102

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Factors in Selecting Windows Solar warmth pick up coefficient (SHGC), Visible transmittance (VT), and Air spillage (AL). The sort of window casing The corruption of fabrics by ultra-violet radiation EGEE 102

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Factors influencing the R-estimation of a window The kind of coating material (e.g., glass, plastic, treated glass) The quantity of layers of glass The air\'s span space between the layers of glass The warm resistance or conductance of the edge and spacer materials The "tightness" of the establishment i.e., air spills. EGEE 102

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Improved Comfort EGEE 102

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Advances in Window Technologies Low e-coatings Spectrally Selective Coatings Heat retaining Glazing Reflective Coatings Gas fills EGEE 102

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Effect of Glazing Special slender coatings (metal oxide or semiconductor) that diminish warmth exchange Soft and hard Coatings Cost 10-15% more Reduce Energy misfortune by 30-half EGEE 102

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Spectrally Selective Coatings These coatings channel out 40-70% of the warmth regularly transmitted through clear glass while permitting full measure of light to be transmitted Customizable Increase or lessening sun oriented additions as indicated by tasteful and climatic impacts Reduce 40% of the cooling necessities EGEE 102

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Gas Filed Windows Filling the space with a less conductive, more gooey, or moderate moving gas minimizes the convection streams inside of the space, conduction through the gas is decreased, and the general exchange of warmth between within and outside is diminished. Argon and Krypton gas with quantifiable change in warm execution have been utilized. Argon gas filling gives a powerful warm resistance level of R-7 for each inch, krypton gas gives R-12.5 for each inch, and xenon gas gives R-20 for every inch. EGEE 102

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Insulation Performance EGEE 102 Conventional Advanced

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Smart Windows EGEE 102

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Normal Window Relative to all other coating alternatives, single-coated with clear glass permits the most noteworthy exchange of vitality (i.e. heat misfortune or warmth increase contingent upon neighborhood atmosphere conditions) while allowing the most noteworthy light transmission EGEE 102

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Triple-Glazed with Low-Solar-Gain Low-E Glass (Spectrally Selective) Three coating layers and two Low-E coatings , 1/2" argon gas or 1/4" krypton gas fill in the middle of glazings, and low-conductance edge spacers . The center coating layer can be glass or plastic film. A few windows utilize four coating layers (two glass layers and two suspended plastic movies). With this window, both Low-E coatings are frightfully particular so as to minimize sunlight based warmth pick up. This window is most appropriate for atmospheres with both noteworthy warming and cooling burdens. EGEE 102

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Actual Net Energy Gain R-9.0 Superwindows R-7.0 Superwindows R-5.0 Superwindows Net Energy Loss R-2.5 Low-E Projected R-1.7 Double sheet R-0.5 Single sheet 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 Year Improvement in Windows’ Resistance to Heat Flow EGEE 102

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Resources http://www.efficientwindows.org/glazing_single.html http://windows.lbl.gov/http://www.eren.doe.gov/erec/factsheets/eewindows.html EGEE 102

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