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U. S. Department of Energy Building Energy Codes Program 2017 National Energy Codes Conference U. S. Department of Energy Building Energy Codes Program 2017 National Energy Codes Conference Pre-Conference, July 17, 2017 Pittsburgh, PA COMcheck Basics Pam Cole Bob Schultz AIA Provider # 1014 AIA Course # EC 17 M 02 ICC Provider Course # 12618

AIA and ICC Continuing Education Provider Continuing Education Credits Earned on Completion of this AIA and ICC Continuing Education Provider Continuing Education Credits Earned on Completion of this Course: • 1. 75 LU/HSWs will be reported to AIA CES for AIA members. • 0. 175 ICC CEUs for ICC members must self-report to ICC with the Certificate of Completion. • This course is registered with AIA CES and ICC PP for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA or ICC of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. ____________________ • Certificates of Completion for selfreporting to your professional organization for non-AIA and non-ICC members are available upon request.

Course Description Basics of using COMcheck software, reviewing generated compliance reports, and the latest Course Description Basics of using COMcheck software, reviewing generated compliance reports, and the latest and greatest new features.

Learning Objectives At the end of the this course, participants will be able to: Learning Objectives At the end of the this course, participants will be able to: • • Obtain an overview of the basic functions and how COMcheck calculates compliance for the building envelope, interior and exterior lighting, and mechanical. Be able to identify the construction specifications needed to complete a compliance calculation in the software. Learn how to enter the building envelope, lighting and mechanical components into the software. Understand how the compliance reports are created and what they entail.

Check. Tools Current Use Scenario • Collect Data • Prepare Input • Check Compliance Check. Tools Current Use Scenario • Collect Data • Prepare Input • Check Compliance • Generate Compliance Report Demonstrate Compliance Builder Architect Designer Plan Review • Review Software Input • Check Compliance Results • Review Mandatory Requirements Paper/PDF Plan Reviewer Paper/PDF • Verify compliance of inspection checklist items • Approve compliance Field Inspection Field Inspector BECP Tools used only during “Demonstrate Compliance” Stage Building Energy Codes Program 5

COMcheck Compliance Methods Building System Compliance Options Prescriptive Option Envelope HVAC Mandatory Provisions SWH COMcheck Compliance Methods Building System Compliance Options Prescriptive Option Envelope HVAC Mandatory Provisions SWH (required for most compliance options) Power Lighting Trade Off Option Energy Code Compliance Energy Cost Budget: Performance Simulation Other Building Energy Codes Program 6

Envelope Trade-Off Methods (cont. ) ASHRAE 90. 1 (Pre-2013) Normative Appendix C Methodology for Envelope Trade-Off Methods (cont. ) ASHRAE 90. 1 (Pre-2013) Normative Appendix C Methodology for Building Envelope Trade-Off Option 90. 1 -2007/2010 2009/2012 IECC ASHRAE 90. 1 -2013 Appendix C has limited performance method (Energy. Plus) 2015 IECC Component Performance Alternative (Total UA) Building Energy Codes Program 7

Project Types New Construction: Trade-off compliance method Prescriptive – Oregon only Addition Trade-off compliance Project Types New Construction: Trade-off compliance method Prescriptive – Oregon only Addition Trade-off compliance method Prescriptive – Oregon only Alteration Prescriptive compliance Building Energy Codes Program 8

Lighting Compliance Methods Mandatory requirements: Controls, Switching Interior/Exterior lighting power requirements Complies if total Lighting Compliance Methods Mandatory requirements: Controls, Switching Interior/Exterior lighting power requirements Complies if total connected power <= lighting power allowance Proposed Wattage ≤ Building Energy Codes Program Allowed Wattage 9

Mechanical/Service Hot Water Compliance Efficiency requirements Economizer requirements Fan Power Limitation Mandatory requirements No Mechanical/Service Hot Water Compliance Efficiency requirements Economizer requirements Fan Power Limitation Mandatory requirements No compliance metric available Allowed Wattage Building Energy Codes Program 10

COMcheck Project Specification Steps Mechanical Requirements Reports Lighting Project Building Envelope Components Building Energy COMcheck Project Specification Steps Mechanical Requirements Reports Lighting Project Building Envelope Components Building Energy Codes Program 11

Info You’ll Need Energy Code Builder and project location Area take-offs for envelope assemblies Info You’ll Need Energy Code Builder and project location Area take-offs for envelope assemblies Insulation R-values, fenestration performance data Lighting fixture details Heating and cooling system details Service water heating details Building Energy Codes Program 12

www. energycodes. gov Building Energy Codes Program 13 www. energycodes. gov Building Energy Codes Program 13

COMcheck “DESKTOP” WEB Building Energy Codes Program 14 COMcheck “DESKTOP” WEB Building Energy Codes Program 14

Desktop/Web Data Exchange Can exchange files between desktop and web Log in to web Desktop/Web Data Exchange Can exchange files between desktop and web Log in to web My Projects Upload from desktop to web account Download from web account to desktop Building Energy Codes Program 15

COMcheck Basics: Color cues and feedback Red Blue Green Compliance bar Status bar Building COMcheck Basics: Color cues and feedback Red Blue Green Compliance bar Status bar Building Energy Codes Program 16

COMcheck Basics: Menus and Toolbars General • File options • Version update check • COMcheck Basics: Menus and Toolbars General • File options • Version update check • Upload usage data Project • Code/location • Envelope Building Energy Codes Program Applicant Reports • Project details • Signatures • Email reports 17

COMcheck Basics: Options Menu Options menu is tab dependent and code dependent Exemptions/Allowances Comments COMcheck Basics: Options Menu Options menu is tab dependent and code dependent Exemptions/Allowances Comments Building Energy Codes Program 18

Project Screen Building Energy Codes Program 19 Project Screen Building Energy Codes Program 19

Project: Code and Location Appropriate Code Location Building Energy Codes Program 20 Project: Code and Location Appropriate Code Location Building Energy Codes Program 20

Project: Project Type New Construction Addition Alteration Building Energy Codes Program 21 Project: Project Type New Construction Addition Alteration Building Energy Codes Program 21

Project: Alteration project type explained Projects involve changes to or replacement of Existing building Project: Alteration project type explained Projects involve changes to or replacement of Existing building components that are part of building envelope Lighting, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and water-heating equipment Specify only those envelope components, lighting fixtures, or mechanical systems/equipment that will exist upon completion of the project. Alteration detail dialogs Specify exemptions if applicable Additional qualifications may be required (e. g. , Window/wall ratio) Compliance shown as Pass/Fail for Envelope and Lighting Building Energy Codes Program 22

Compliance Options (IECC only) Efficiency Options High performance HVAC (2012/2015) Reduced lighting power (2012/2015) Compliance Options (IECC only) Efficiency Options High performance HVAC (2012/2015) Reduced lighting power (2012/2015) On-site renewable energy (2012/2015) High performance SWH (2015) Enhanced interior lighting controls (2015) Dedicated outdoor air system (2015) Air Barrier Options (IECC 2012+, climate zone dependent) Air barrier permeability Assembly permeability Air leakage test Building Energy Codes Program 23

Project: Project Details Optional Sections Title/Site/Permit Owner/Agent Designer/Contractor Included on report Building Energy Codes Project: Project Details Optional Sections Title/Site/Permit Owner/Agent Designer/Contractor Included on report Building Energy Codes Program 24

Project: Building Envelope Area Types Primarily impacts envelope compliance Whole building types that describe Project: Building Envelope Area Types Primarily impacts envelope compliance Whole building types that describe the envelope (separating conditioned and unconditioned spaces) Space conditioning type Nonresidential Residential Semiheated (no mechanical cooling) – 90. 1 only Building Energy Codes Program 25

Project: Interior Lighting Method and Area Types Method determines lighting power density and allowances Project: Interior Lighting Method and Area Types Method determines lighting power density and allowances Area category allows for more detailed space representation Building Energy Codes Program 26

Interior Lighting: Methods Selected method determines lighting power densities in interior lighting and exterior Interior Lighting: Methods Selected method determines lighting power densities in interior lighting and exterior lighting screens based on code, method, and applications selected on the Project screen Building Energy Codes Program 27

Project: Exterior Lighting Area Types Zone and area type determine: Lighting power density Units Project: Exterior Lighting Area Types Zone and area type determine: Lighting power density Units Tradability Building Energy Codes Program 28

Exterior Lighting: Tradable Applications Tradable areas allow ‘unused’ allowable power to be traded between Exterior Lighting: Tradable Applications Tradable areas allow ‘unused’ allowable power to be traded between other tradable area (e. g. , driveways and entry ways) Generally based on length or area of application then summed Building Energy Codes Program 29

Exterior Lighting: Non-Tradable Applications Non-tradable areas/applications are “use it or lose it” (e. g. Exterior Lighting: Non-Tradable Applications Non-tradable areas/applications are “use it or lose it” (e. g. , building façade lighting, ATM stations) Building Energy Codes Program 30

Project Summary and example Building Energy Codes Program 31 Project Summary and example Building Energy Codes Program 31

Envelope: Introduction Building Energy Codes Program 32 Envelope: Introduction Building Energy Codes Program 32

Envelope: Opaque Assemblies After you’ve entered building components, look at compliance result Look for Envelope: Opaque Assemblies After you’ve entered building components, look at compliance result Look for fields with red text If TBD, look for missing data Cavity Insulation R-value – insulation placed between structural members Continuous Insulation R-value – ‘continuous’ insulation across the structure (e. g. , rigid insulation) Building Energy Codes Program 33

Envelope: Fenestration NFRC site-built certified product Performance evaluated (per NFRC guidelines) Energy code defaults Envelope: Fenestration NFRC site-built certified product Performance evaluated (per NFRC guidelines) Energy code defaults Building Energy Codes Program 34

Envelope: 2015 IECC Fenestration Requirements Menu View->Glazing Requirements Building Energy Codes Program 35 Envelope: 2015 IECC Fenestration Requirements Menu View->Glazing Requirements Building Energy Codes Program 35

Envelope: Summary Don’t have to use every assembly type Can group “like” components Gross Envelope: Summary Don’t have to use every assembly type Can group “like” components Gross area (except slab-on-grade) Use “Other” assembly as needed Building Energy Codes Program 36

Lighting Compliance Mandatory Requirements (Interior and Exterior) + Interior Lighting Power Limits + Exterior Lighting Compliance Mandatory Requirements (Interior and Exterior) + Interior Lighting Power Limits + Exterior Lighting Power Limits Tradable Controls Total Connected Power < Interior Lighting Power Allowance Exemptions Non. Tradable Switching Efficiency Total Connected Power Building Energy Codes Program < Exterior Lighting Power Allowance 37

Interior Lighting: Spaces and Fixtures Select space then Add Fixture button or Fixture Library Interior Lighting: Spaces and Fixtures Select space then Add Fixture button or Fixture Library Fixture library preserves frequently used fixtures for future use Allowed/Proposed wattage balance maintained Building Energy Codes Program 38

Lighting Fixture Categories Linear fluorescent Compact fluorescent HID Incandescent Halogen Track lighting LED Induction Lighting Fixture Categories Linear fluorescent Compact fluorescent HID Incandescent Halogen Track lighting LED Induction Building Energy Codes Program 39

Lighting: Exemptions and Allowances Options menu Exemptions Power for exempt fixtures is omitted from Lighting: Exemptions and Allowances Options menu Exemptions Power for exempt fixtures is omitted from the proposed wattage Allowances Allowed wattage for building increased by allowable amount Building Energy Codes Program 40

Lighting: Exemptions and Allowances (cont) Building Energy Codes Program 41 Lighting: Exemptions and Allowances (cont) Building Energy Codes Program 41

Exterior Lighting Inputs will be based on code selected Mandatory requirements Exemptions Total Connecte Exterior Lighting Inputs will be based on code selected Mandatory requirements Exemptions Total Connecte d Power ≤ Ext. Ltg. Power Allowance Building Energy Codes Program 42

Exterior Lighting: Example Lighting applications entered similar to interior lighting Pay attention to tradable Exterior Lighting: Example Lighting applications entered similar to interior lighting Pay attention to tradable versus non-tradable criteria. Building Energy Codes Program 43

Mechanical Systems Limited means to determine compliance Enter characteristics of HVAC system Plant Water Mechanical Systems Limited means to determine compliance Enter characteristics of HVAC system Plant Water heating Characteristics you select determine which requirements apply Building Energy Codes Program 44

Mechanical Systems Example of a typical duct furnace and split system Building Energy Codes Mechanical Systems Example of a typical duct furnace and split system Building Energy Codes Program 45

Mechanical: Fan Systems Determines Fan Power Limitations compliance for each fan system Motor nameplate Mechanical: Fan Systems Determines Fan Power Limitations compliance for each fan system Motor nameplate HP and brake HP Brake HP includes pressure drop credits as applicable Building Energy Codes Program 46

Requirements Tab – Goals Ensure user is aware of applicable mandatory requirements and addresses Requirements Tab – Goals Ensure user is aware of applicable mandatory requirements and addresses each in the software Provide better documentation for code officials Building Energy Codes Program 47

Requirements Tab – How it Works For each requirement, the user Chooses a “compliance Requirements Tab – How it Works For each requirement, the user Chooses a “compliance option” Requirement will be Met Exempt or Exceptions Requirement is Not Applicable or Requirement Does Not Apply Notes how compliance for applicable requirements are documented This information is shown on the report in the “Comments/ Assumptions” column of the Inspection Checklist Building Energy Codes Program 48

Reports File View / Print Report Choices, choose any or all Envelope Compliance Certificate Reports File View / Print Report Choices, choose any or all Envelope Compliance Certificate Interior Lighting Compliance Certificate Exterior Lighting Compliance Certificate Mechanical Compliance Certificate First pages are the Compliance Certificate Follow-on pages are the Inspection Checklists by phase of inspection Plan Review Footing/Foundation Rough-in Final Building Energy Codes Program 49

Report – Compliance Certificate 50 Report – Compliance Certificate 50

Reports – Compliance Certificate (cont) Verify energy code, location, and construction type specifications Building Reports – Compliance Certificate (cont) Verify energy code, location, and construction type specifications Building Energy Codes Program 51

Reports – Compliance Certificate (cont) Verify area, insulation Rvalues, and Ufactors consistent with plans Reports – Compliance Certificate (cont) Verify area, insulation Rvalues, and Ufactors consistent with plans Verify Compliance Statement is Signed Building Energy Codes Program 52

Reports – Inspection Checklist Building Energy Codes Program 53 Reports – Inspection Checklist Building Energy Codes Program 53

Envelope Inspection Checklist Example (cont) Code Section # Value from Plans Inspectio n Type Envelope Inspection Checklist Example (cont) Code Section # Value from Plans Inspectio n Type and Req. Title Complian ce Value from Field Building Energy Codes Program Plans ref. , Insp. commen ts 54

www. energycodes. gov Building Energy Codes Program 55 www. energycodes. gov Building Energy Codes Program 55

COMcheck Page Building Energy Codes Program 56 COMcheck Page Building Energy Codes Program 56

U. S. DOE: BECP Resources Compliance software Technical support Code notes Publications Resource guides U. S. DOE: BECP Resources Compliance software Technical support Code notes Publications Resource guides Training materials www. energycodes. gov 57

THANK YOU! Building Energy Codes Program www. energycodes. gov BECP help desk http: //www. THANK YOU! Building Energy Codes Program www. energycodes. gov BECP help desk http: //www. energycodes. gov/resource-center/help-desk PNNL-SA-127540 Building Energy Codes Program 58