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JOCET 2018 Vol.6(3): 227-231 ISSN: 1793-821X
DOI: 10.18178/JOCET.2018.6.3.465

Study on the Change of South Korea Outdoor Design Temperature according to the Assigned Period

A Young Nam, Jong Jun Park, Young Il Kim, and Kwang Seop Chung
Abstract—Outdoor design temperature is important for selecting the proper capacity of heating and cooling systems of a building to save building energy. The purpose of the study is to investigate the change of South Korea outdoor design temperatures according to the assigned period. When heating design temperature was calculated by 8-year period, Seoul region was found to be the lowest at -10.86℃ with data period from 1982 to 1989, while Jeju region was the highest at 1.57℃ with data period from 1988 to 1995. When cooling design temperature was calculated by 8-year period, Daegu region showed the highest at 33.54℃ with data period from 1988 to 1995, while Incheon region showed the lowest at 29.48℃ with data period from 2008 to 2015. As for the correlation between heating design temperature and mean temperature, Gwangju and Jeju were found to be lower than 0.5, with 0.2798 and 0.2777, respectively, showing little correlation with the mean temperature. However, as for the correlation between cooling design temperature and mean temperature, Gwangju and Jeju were found to be higher than 0.5, with 0.6822 and 0.7879, respectively, showing strong correlation with mean temperature.

Index Terms—Outdoor design temperature, bin method, technical advisory committee (TAC).

A Young Nam is with School of Engineering System, Graduate School of Energy and Environment, SNUST, Seoul, South Korea (e-mail: apflahah@nate.com).
Jong Jun Park is with Graduate School, SNUST, Seoul, South Korea (e-mail: pjj12345@nate.com).
Young Il Kim and Kwang Seop Chung are with Architectural Engineering Department, SNUST, Seoul, South Korea (e-mail: yikim@seoultech.ac.kr, kschung@seoultech.ac.kr).

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Cite:A Young Nam, Jong Jun Park, Young Il Kim, and Kwang Seop Chung, "Study on the Change of South Korea Outdoor Design Temperature according to the Assigned Period," Journal of Clean Energy Technologies vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 227-231, 2018.

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