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How to Use Hourly Analysis Program 4.91 for HVAC System Design and Energy Analysis
Hourly Analysis Program (HAP) is a software developed by Carrier that is used to design and analyze HVAC systems for commercial buildings. HAP can perform various tasks such as load calculation, system sizing, energy modeling, climate analysis, air system analysis, plant equipment selection and utility rate analysis. HAP can also compare the energy consumption and operating costs of different design alternatives and help with green building design.
In this article, we will show you how to use HAP 4.91 for HVAC system design and energy analysis. We will assume that you have already installed HAP 4.91 on your computer and have a valid serial key to activate it. If you don't have HAP 4.91, you can order it from Carrier's website[^4^] or download it from other sources[^7^] [^6^]. However, we do not recommend using pirated or cracked versions of HAP as they may contain viruses or malware that can harm your computer or compromise your data.
To use HAP 4.91, you need to follow these basic steps:
Launch the HAP software and create a new project for the building you want to analyze.
Define the building location, orientation, construction materials, occupancy schedule, internal loads and other parameters.
Define the HVAC system type, components, controls and operation schedule.
Run the load calculation module to determine the heating and cooling loads for each zone and space in the building.
Run the system design module to size the system components such as fans, coils, ducts, pipes and pumps.
Run the energy modeling module to simulate the annual energy performance and costs of the HVAC system.
Compare the results of different design alternatives and optimize the system for energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
For more details on how to use HAP 4.91, you can refer to the user manual that comes with the software or visit Carrier's website[^4^] for online tutorials and support. You can also check out some examples of HAP projects on WBDG's website[^5^] or other online resources.
HAP 4.91 is a powerful tool for designing HVAC systems for commercial buildings and comparing energy consumption and costs of design alternatives. By combining both tools in one package, significant time savings are achieved. HAP 4.91 is designed for consulting engineers, design/build contractors, HVAC contractors, facility engineers and other professionals involved in the design and analysis of commercial building HVAC systems.
One of the benefits of HAP 4.91 is that it can model different types of HVAC systems and controls, such as rooftops, variable refrigerant flow (VRF), central air handlers, water source heat pumps (WSHPs), ground source heat pumps (GSHPs), fan coils, chilled water and hot water plants and more. HAP 4.91 can also model many types of constant volume and variable air volume (VAV) system controls, such as single-zone, multi-zone, dual-duct, reheat, terminal reheat, fan-powered mixing boxes and more. HAP 4.91 can help you select the most suitable system and control type for your building based on the load calculation and energy modeling results.
Another benefit of HAP 4.91 is that it can help you with green building design and certification. HAP 4.91 can model the annual energy performance and costs of the HVAC system using hourly weather data and utility rates. HAP 4.91 can also compare the results of different design alternatives and optimize the system for energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness. HAP 4.91 can generate reports that are accepted by the U.S. Green Building Council for its LEEDâ (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Rating System. HAP 4.91 can also help you comply with ASHRAE Standard 90.1 and other energy codes and standards.
A third benefit of HAP 4.91 is that it is easy to use and learn. HAP 4.91 has a user-friendly interface that allows you to enter and edit data using graphical forms, tables, menus and toolbars. HAP 4