||Design Optimization and Field Verification of an Integrated Residential Furnace. Phase 2.
Okuda, A. S. ;
Hauenstein, C. A. ;
||Rockwell International, Canoga Park, CA. Environmental and Energy Systems Div.;Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
||ESG-82-6; EPA-68-02-2174; EPA-600/7-84-013;
Air pollution control ;
Residential buildings ;
Field tests ;
Combustion products ;
Design criteria ;
Performance evaluation ;
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The report describes part of Phase II of an investigation to further optimize the design of a low-emission/high-efficiency oil-fired residential furnace that was derived from earlier EPA-funded studies and to obtain field verification of its emission and efficiency characteristics. Details concerning three major subdivisions of Phase II work are given: (1) the construction and installation of the test furnaces, (2) the 1977-79 field tests, and (3) the analysis of the results of the performance monitoring, including a supplemntary laboratory test to evaluate the measurement techniques used in the field tests.