CDDS

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CDDS

Abbreviation for:
Council of Deans of Dental Schools (Medspeak-UK)
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[[beta].sub.c] = daily consumption per cooling degree day ([m.sup.3]/[degrees]F day)
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange lists both heating degree day and cooling degree day contracts.
Figure 3 shows that, for this application, the electrical energy consumption per cooling degree day (CDD) fell noticeably with each change implemented.
A heating and cooling degree day analysis was completed for the data set, revealing that there were 38% more cooling degree days and 1% fewer heating degree days during the reporting period compared to the simulated weather file.
According to the study, 2018 had the most cooling degree days since 1990.
Furthermore, the dependent variable, COSTj, is also hypothesized to be an increasing function of the higher energy bills resulting from higher summertime temperatures and humidity levels as reflected in a greater annual number of cooling degree days (CDDj), ceteris paribus (Haworth and Rasmussen 1973).
Cooling degree days in FirstEnergy's utility service area were 22 percent higher than in the same period of 2017, and 30 percent above normal.
The study suggests that cool roof decisions should be based on a comparison of heating degree days (HDD) versus cooling degree days (CDD).
Third, the energy use was adjusted for the difference in heating and cooling degree days between 2013 and 2015.
Using regression analysis by incorporating population weighted heating and cooling degree days, the study found carbon emissions to be positively related to cooling requirements of household while negatively related to per capita heating requirements.
Heating and cooling degree days are measured separately, so if you're tracking both, you'll need separate spreadsheets for each.
Each edition also contains monthly summaries for heating and cooling degree days (65 degree F base).