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Templates combine standards and prototype data to create space types and construction sets, templates for each building type are exported to OSM format
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DOE Ref Pre-1980
Numbers taken from the DOE Pre-1980 reference buildings, with values mapped back to the original data source (standards, etc) where possible. The infiltration numbers were taken from the reference buildings but converted to cfm/ft^2 of exterior surface area. Color scheme is based on redder for more public spaces, bluer for more private spaces. Occupancy from ventilation standards was not used by reference buildings because numbers were generally found to be too high for modeling, representing very conservative design scenarios.
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DOE Ref 1980-2004
Numbers taken from the DOE 1980-2004 reference buildings, with values mapped back to the original data source (standards, etc) where possible. The infiltration numbers were taken from the reference buildings but converted to cfm/ft^2 of exterior surface area. Color scheme is based on redder for more public spaces, bluer for more private spaces. Occupancy from ventilation standards was not used by reference buildings because numbers were generally found to be too high for modeling, representing very conservative design scenarios.
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90.1-2004
Numbers taken from the DOE 2004 reference buildings, with values mapped back to the original data source (standards, etc) where possible. The infiltration numbers were taken from the reference buildings but converted to cfm/ft^2 of exterior surface area. Color scheme is based on redder for more public spaces, bluer for more private spaces. Occupancy from ventilation standards was not used by reference buildings because numbers were generally found to be too high for modeling, representing very conservative design scenarios.
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189.1-2009Lighting, equipment, infiltration, and ventilation taken from the EnergyPlus example file generator low-energy case. Schedules and occupancy taken from DOE Ref 2004 template.
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90.1-2007Lighting and ventilation taken from 90.1-2007. Equipment and infiltration taken from 189.1-2009 template. Schedules and occupancy taken from DOE Ref 2004 template.
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90.1-2010Lighting and ventilation taken from 90.1-2010. Equipment and infiltration taken from 189.1-2009 template. Schedules and occupancy taken from DOE Ref 2004 template.
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90.1-2013Lighting and ventilation taken from 90.1-2013. Equipment and infiltration taken from 189.1-2009 template. Schedules and occupancy taken from DOE Ref 2004 template.
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NECB 2011Taken from the Canadian NECB 2011
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ECBC 2007Indian Energy Conservation Building Code 2007
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ICC IECC 2015International Code Council 2015 International Energy Conservation Code
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OEESC 2014Oregon Efficiency Energy Specialty Code (created by modifying copy of 90.1 2013). Lighting came from Tables 505.5.2(a) and (b) in the 2014 Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialty Code
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CBES Pre-1978Data taken from the LBNL Commercial Building Energy Saver (CBES) prototype models, which are based on the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards and the Database for Energy Efficiency Resources.
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CBES T24 1978Data taken from the LBNL Commercial Building Energy Saver (CBES) prototype models, which are based on the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards Title 24 1978 and the Database for Energy Efficiency Resources.
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CBES T24 1992Data taken from the LBNL Commercial Building Energy Saver (CBES) prototype models, which are based on the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards Title 24 1992 and the Database for Energy Efficiency Resources.
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CBES T24 2001Data taken from the LBNL Commercial Building Energy Saver (CBES) prototype models, which are based on the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards Title 24 2001 and the Database for Energy Efficiency Resources.
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CBES T24 2005Data taken from the LBNL Commercial Building Energy Saver (CBES) prototype models, which are based on the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards Title 24 2005 and the Database for Energy Efficiency Resources.
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CBES T24 2008Data taken from the LBNL Commercial Building Energy Saver (CBES) prototype models, which are based on the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards Title 24 2008 and the Database for Energy Efficiency Resources.
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NREL ZNE Ready 2017National Renewable Energy Laboratory Zero Net Energy Ready 2017
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DEER Pre-1975Data taken from DEER 2017 MASControl2 Dated 8-30-2016
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DEER 1985Data taken from DEER 2017 MASControl2 Dated 8-30-2016
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DEER 1996Data taken from DEER 2017 MASControl2 Dated 8-30-2016
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DEER 2003Data taken from DEER 2017 MASControl2 Dated 8-30-2016
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DEER 2007Data taken from DEER 2017 MASControl2 Dated 8-30-2016
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DEER 2011Data taken from DEER 2017 MASControl2 Dated 8-30-2016
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DEER 2014Data taken from DEER 2017 MASControl2 Dated 8-30-2016
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DEER 2015Data taken from DEER 2017 MASControl2 Dated 8-30-2016
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DEER 2017Data taken from DEER 2017 MASControl2 Dated 8-30-2016
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