APPENDIX B (Continued)
Table B-1 (Continued)
Navy Building EUI Values and Weather Factors
-Data in this table is derived from analysis documented in Development
of an Energy-Use Estimation Methodology for the Revised Navy Manual
MO-303, E. E. Richman, J. M. Keller, A. G. Wood, and A. L. Dittmer.
1994PNL-10259, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, Washington.
(a) See Table A-1 for full names and descriptions of building types
represented by the table data.
(b) Misc. electric EUI refers to lights, plug loads, and all other
electric equipment not associated with heating, cooling, or DHW.
(c) Resistance refers to electric resistance heating: e.g.,
baseboard, forced air, radiant, reheat (if there is no main nonelectric
(d) Heat pump refers to the heating energy from a heat pump only.
Cooling from a heat pump is assumed to be the same as any other cooling