Heating and Cooling Degree-Days Maps of Pakistan
AbstractThe building sector consumes about 40% of the world’s primary energy. Seasonal climatic conditions have a significant effect on the energy consumption in buildings. One of the famous methods used for decoding this seasonal variation in buildings energy consumption is the “Degree Days Method”. Data has been widely published for the heating and cooling degree days of different countries. Unfortunately, there is very limited and outdated published data for the heating and cooling degree-days of Pakistan. In this study, yearly average heating and cooling degree-days for different regions of Pakistan are established by using 30 year long-term measured data for different base temperatures. The data is presented in tables and figures whereas heating and cooling degree-day maps of Pakistan have been developed. View Full-Text
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Amber, K.P.; Aslam, M.W.; Ikram, F.; Kousar, A.; Ali, H.M.; Akram, N.; Afzal, K.; Mushtaq, H. Heating and Cooling Degree-Days Maps of Pakistan. Energies 2018, 11, 94.
Amber KP, Aslam MW, Ikram F, Kousar A, Ali HM, Akram N, Afzal K, Mushtaq H. Heating and Cooling Degree-Days Maps of Pakistan. Energies. 2018; 11(1):94.Chicago/Turabian Style
Amber, Khuram P.; Aslam, Muhammad W.; Ikram, Faraz; Kousar, Anila; Ali, Hafiz M.; Akram, Naveed; Afzal, Kamran; Mushtaq, Haroon. 2018. "Heating and Cooling Degree-Days Maps of Pakistan." Energies 11, no. 1: 94.
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