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Tables 1 and 2 contain a scorecard for each prototype building. The scorecard is a spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel, .xls, format) that summarizes the building descriptions, thermal zone internal loads, schedules, and other key modeling input information. The suite of prototype models is available for download (compressed, .zip, format) for the respective edition of Standard 90.1 and IECC. Each file includes EnergyPlus model input files (.idf) and corresponding output files (.html) across all climate locations.
Files may be downloaded either as complete packages, containing all building types, or by individual building type, either by specific Standard 90.1 or IECC editions or as complete sets from the tables below.
The energy models for the 2015, 2018 and 2021 versions of the IECC are listed in Table 4 and can be downloaded either by specific IECC edition or as complete sets by climate zone. The complete sets contain prototypes with earlier versions of the IECC. The idf files may be opened and modified in EnergyPlus.
The single family prototypes are now complete EnergyPlus files utilizing the airflow network for duct leakage modeling. Previous single family prototype models posted on the Energy Codes website did not contain duct leakage specifications. Calculating loads for duct leakage required multiple EnergyPlus simulations with and without duct leakage and post processing the results for both single family and multifamily buildings. As a result, there may be large differences in energy consumption when comparing the latest single family prototypes results to older prototype results downloaded from this website. The multifamily prototype models do not contain duct leakage specifications, and the duct leakage adjustment are applied during the post-processing. We are working on updating the MF models to incorporate the airflow network with duct leakage loops.
The energy models for the HUD and the final rule are listed in Table 6 and can be downloaded either by specific code edition (i.e., HUD or Final Rule) or as complete sets by either each of the climate zone (all rows beside the last row of Table 6) or all the climate zones (last row of Table 6). The idf files may be opened and modified in EnergyPlus.
The action will now move to your email inbox. First, you'll receive a notice that the request has been submitted. Usually, just a few minutes later, you'll receive an email stating that your order has been processed. The second email contains a link for you to download the data you requested, in a multi-page data table. Check all pages to see the full range of data.
The following tables contain just the set of the Digital Visual charts that have changed during the previous 56 day cycle. All other Visual charts can be obtained through the other tabs on this page. Due to the large file sizes, it is best to download one zip file at a time using a broadband internet connection during off-peak internet hours. Next edition files will be available approximately 20 days prior to their effective date.
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Throughout the SPSS Survival Manual you will see examples of research that is taken from a number of different data files, survey.zip, error.zip, experim.zip, depress.zip, sleep.zip and staffsurvey.zip. To use these files, which are available here, you will need to download them to your hard drive or memory stick. Once downloaded you'll need to unzip the files. To do this, right click on the downloaded zip file and select 'extract all' from the menu. You can then open them within SPSS.
The National Map supports data download, digital and print versions of topographic maps, geospatial data services, and online viewing. Customers can use geospatial data and maps to enhance their recreational experience, make life-saving decisions, support scientific missions, and for countless other activities. Nationally consistent geospatial data from The National Map enable better policy and land management decisions and the effective enforcement of regulatory responsibilities. The National Map is easily accessible for display on the Web through such products as topographic maps and services and as downloadable data. The geographic information available from The National Map includes boundaries, elevation, geographic names, hydrography, land cover, orthoimagery, structures, and transportation.
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Companies that have provided the required identification information and certification, and paid the appropriate fee (there is no fee to subscribe to five or fewer area codes) will be allowed to check a small number of telephone numbers (10 or less) at a time via interactive Internet pages. This will permit small volume callers to comply with the do not call requirements of the TSR without having to download a potentially large list of all registered telephone numbers within a particular area.
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After payment is processed, you will be given a unique Subscription Account Number (SAN) and permitted access to the appropriate portions of the registry. You will now be able to download phone numbers from the registry. For more information on downloading see the DOWNLOADING PHONE NUMBERS section of this FAQ that starts at Question 48 below.
Your first order of 5 or fewer area codes will take up to 3 business days to process. Once your order has finished processing you will be able to download files (or use the INTERACTIVE PHONE NUMBER SEARCH)
A Full List Download is a download that contains all the registered telephone numbers within the area codes that are part of your organization's subscription as of the day before you are doing the download.
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Data is available from the national registry using Internet-based formats and download methods that serve both small and large businesses. Data also is available in three different sets: Full Lists, Change Lists, and the Interactive Phone Number Search (small list look-ups). Full Lists and Change Lists are available as "Flat Text Files or XML tagged data files. With a Web browser, you may access a secure Web page that allows you to select the download set that you prefer. For the Interactive Phone Number Search, you will be asked to enter from one to 10 telephone numbers on an online form. After entering the numbers and clicking a button, the national registry will display the list of numbers you entered and whether each number is registered in the national registry, or not registered.
For both Flat Text Files and XML tagged data, if you select a Change List, you will be provided all telephone numbers that have been added to, or deleted from, the registry since the date of your last successful download. Change Lists, for both Flat Text Files and XML tagged data, are available to provide changes on a daily basis (representing the additions and deletions from the day before).
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