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Energy efficiency for the growing South Carolina manufacturing industries

The project's overall objectives were to establish a DOE Industrial Assessment Center at Clemson University as the main center and strengthen the Clemson IAC as the state's "go to" resource for energy efficiency training and assistance to manufacturing companies in South Carolina. Through a joint venture with the Clemson University Restoration Institute in North Charleston, SC, the Clemson IAC acquired a satellite support center. The Clemson IAC was the first IAC based in the state with the intention of serving the entire state. In the first Budget Period, detailed curriculum and internship preparations for students studying the DOE IAC Certificate and energy-related Clemson University certificates were included. The creation of outreach materials and outreach activities were among the first Budget Period's outcomes.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1866982


Sediment Cores from White Pond, South Carolina, contain a Platinum Anomaly, Pyrogenic Carbon Peak, and Coprophilous Spore Decline at 12.8 ka

In the onset of the Younger Dryas event, a widespread platinum anomaly was recently documented in Greenland ice and 11 North American sedimentary sequences, consistent with the YD Impact Hypothesis. A 1-meter section of a lake core from White Pond, South Carolina, USA, was described with high-resolution measurements. We discovered a large Pt and Pt/Pd anomaly within a 2-cm section dating back to the YD's inception.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1624501


Helio-Thermics, Inc. , lot No. 8 single family residence, Greenville, South Carolina

Lot No. 22 of Helio-Thermics Inc. House Lot No. In Greenville, South Carolina, the 8 is one of two instrumented single-family residences. The home has a total of 1086 square feet of conditioned space. Solar energy can be used for space heating and preheating domestic hot water. As the solar energy collector, the attic space is used. Warm air accumulates in the peak of the attic roof's roof and circulates through the conditioned space or by an air handler. Cold water is preheated in the attic by thermosiphoning water from the 82-gallon preheat tank using a manifold system of copper tubes. Preheated water is stored in the preheat tank and delivered on demand to a conventional 80-gallon domestic hot water tank. Electricity is used in Auxiliary space and water heating. The National Solar Data Network's instrumentation is briefly described.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/5352908


RHRU Clemson, Clemson, South Carolina: solar-energy-system performance evaluation, November 1980-May 1981

The Rural Housing Research Unit at Clemson, South Carolina, is described. The Rural Housing Research Unit's results are described. The hybrid solar energy system is composed of a flat-plate collector and greenhouse, and it is designed to handle space heating and domestic hot water loads while still providing an atmosphere for home food productons. The RHRU Clemson's flow of solar energy is shown on flow sheets. Weather data for the th Clemson area are available.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/5922277


Solar-energy system performance evaluation. Helio Thermics Lot 8, Greenville, South Carolina, July 1980-June 1981

Helio Thermics Lot 8 is a single family house in Greenville, South Carolina, and it is a single family home. The active solar energy system is supposed to produce 75% of the space heating load and 50% of the household's hot water. The solar savings ratio, traditional fuel savings, system performance factor, and solar system coefficient of performance were all included. For the system's operation, solar energy conversion, and solar energy system availability, data are provided.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/5352916


Solar-energy system performance evaluation. Helio Thermics Lot 6, Greenville, South Carolina, July 1980-June 1981

Helio Thermics Lot 6 is a single family home in Greenville, South Carolina, which is located in a single family home. The active solar energy system is supposed to produce 75% of the space heating load and 50% of the household's hot water. For a total solar percentage of 29 percent, slightly below the design target of 64%, measured space heating and hot water fractions were 39% and 10% respectively, less than the intended goal of 64%. The solar savings ratio, traditional fuel savings, system efficiency factor, and solar system coefficient of performance are all included in the table.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/5663730


Solar project description for Blakedale Professional Center, Greenwood, South Carolina

A solar energy system using 954 square feet of liquid flat plate collectors for a 10,000 square foot, one-story office building in Greenwood, South Carolina, provides space heating and domestic hot water heating. To provide auxiliary heat, a heat pump is operated downstream of the solar heating coil in the warm air duct. When required, an electric resistance coil in the duct is also available for additional heat as required. A single-wall tube bundle heat exchanger embedded in the storage tank is warmed up by a 40-gallon electric water heater, providing service hot water is heated. The collector, the storage tank, and the solar heating coil in the duct are not mixed. The collector fluid is treated with corrosion inhibitor, and the piping for the system is galvanized steel.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/5746514

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