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21. Evaluating Building Integrated Photovoltaic Performance Models
Published: 5/1/2002
Authors: Arthur Hunter Fanney, Brian P Dougherty, Mark W. (Mark W.) Davis
Abstract: Predictive performance tools could accelerate the implementation of integrated photovoltaics (BIPV. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) seeks to improve and validate previously developed computer simulation tools with experimen ...

22. Performance and Characterization of Building Integrated Photovoltaic Panels
Published: 5/1/2002
Authors: Arthur Hunter Fanney, Brian P Dougherty, Mark W. (Mark W.) Davis
Abstract: Buildings consume more than two-thirds of the electricity in the United States. The incorporation of photovoltaics into the buildings, referred to as building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV), offers an aesthetically pleasing means of displacing cent ...

23. Field Test of a Photovoltaic Water Heater
Published: 1/1/2002
Authors: Arthur Hunter Fanney, Brian P Dougherty, J O Richardson
Abstract: A solar photovoltaic water heating system has been installed at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The system provides hot water for the restroom facilities at the Park's main visitor center. This paper gives an overview of the technology, de ...

24. Proposed Testing Methodology and Laboratory Facilities for Evaluating Residential Fuel Cell Systems
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6848
Published: 1/1/2002
Authors: Mark W. (Mark W.) Davis, Arthur Hunter Fanney
Abstract: Fuel cells are emerging as one of the most promising technologies for meeting the nation s energy needs. Fuel cell efficiencies, approaching 60 percent, are nearly twice as efficient as conventional power plants. Fuel cells are environmentally clea ...

25. Building Integrated Photovoltaic Test Facility
Published: 8/1/2001
Authors: Arthur Hunter Fanney, Brian P Dougherty
Abstract: The widespread use of building integrated photovoltaics appears likely as a result of the continuing decline in photovoltaic manufacturing costs, the relative ease in which photovoltaics can be incorporated within the building envelope, and the fact ...

26. Measured Performance of Building Integrated Photovoltaic Panels
Published: 8/1/2001
Authors: Arthur Hunter Fanney, Brian P Dougherty, Mark W. (Mark W.) Davis
Abstract: The photovoltaic industry is experiencing rapid growth. Industry analysts project that photovoltaic sales will increase from their current $1.5 billion level to over $27 billion by 2020, representing an average growth rate of 25%.(Cook et al. 2000)[1 ...

27. Prediction of Building Integrated Photovoltaic Cell Temperatures
Published: 5/1/2001
Authors: Mark W. (Mark W.) Davis, Arthur Hunter Fanney, Brian P Dougherty
Abstract: A barrier to the widespread application of building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is the lack of validated predictive performance tools. Architects and building owners need these tools in order to determine if the potential energy savings associa ...

28. Experiences with Using Solar Photovoltaics to Heat Domestic Water
Published: 4/1/2001
Authors: Brian P Dougherty, Arthur Hunter Fanney
Abstract: The solar photovoltaic (PV) industry continues to make progress in increasing the efficiency while reducing the manufacturing costs of PV cells. Economies of scale are being realized as manufacturers expand their production capabilities. Products a ...

29. Calibration of a Calorimeter for Thermal Resistance Measurements of Advanced Insulation Panels
Published: 7/1/2000
Authors: M W Ellis, Arthur Hunter Fanney, Mark W. (Mark W.) Davis
Abstract: Insulation technologies are being developed to reduce the energy consumption associated with refrigerators, freezers, and the transport of refrigerated products. Among the insulation concepts being explored are powder, foam, glass-fiber-filled evacu ...

30. Thermal Performance of Residential Electric Water Heaters Using Alternative Blowing Agents
Published: 6/1/2000
Authors: Arthur Hunter Fanney, Robert R Zarr, J D Ketay-Paprocki
Abstract: This paper presents the results of a study aimed at quantifying the performance of water heaters insulated with polyurethane foams using three different blowing agents - HCFC-141b, H2O/CO2, and HFC-245fa. The thermal conductivity of the foam was mea ...

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