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EER

Abbreviation for estimated energy requirement.
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I've just served a second stint as a public selection board member--and I have encountered some of the same problems with EERs I'd seen earlier.
The Saudi standard (SASO 2663/2012) that was enforced in 2013 requires split-type A/Cs EER to be higher than 9.
Below are the specifications for the actual air side of the system and the resultant EER for the system:
The Office EER provides critical insights into the performance of the office sector with data from more than 5,300 office buildings in 275 markets across the United States and Canada totaling more than 800 million square feet of space.
CD](95) = outdoor section power linear intercept at the A Test conditions, W EER = Energy Efficiency Ratio as calculated in AHRI Standard 210/240-2008, W/W (Btu [W.
The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) says that the average EER of room A/C units rose 47 percent from 1972 to 1991.
The researchers observed that the ethanolic extract of EER significantly and dose-dependently reduced the basal gastric acid secretion, titratable acidity and ruminal ulceration.
Thus the POC has the lower EER value, and then comes the EPOC with a greater eer value and BPOC with the highest EER value.
We used 3 data sources: RKI, EER, and a pathologists' survey (PAS) conducted in June 2006 among all registered pathology laboratories in Germany ([approximately not equal to] 525).
According to EER, the facility turns radioactive medical and municipal waste into harmless solid substances at a low level of radiation, which leaves no pollution in the soil or water - both above and below ground.