Quiz: Building Codes, Affordable Housing and Thermal Comfort July 18, 2022 by admin Name Email Phone 1. Which land use is expected to have the highest energy consumption in 2030?a) Residentialb) Agriculturec) Commerciald) Industry 2. What are the types of building energy codes?a) Prescriptive codes, Performance codes, Outcome-based codesb) Trade-off codes, Performance codes, Outcome-based codesc) Prescriptive codes, Trade-off codes, Performance codes, Outcome-based codesd) Prescriptive codes, Trade-off codes 3. How is Residential Envelope Transmittance Value (RETV) measured?a) W/m²b) W/m² .Kc) W/md) W/m. K 4. What is the “minimum WFRop %” of Hot-Dry Climate Zone?a) 12.5b) 10c) 8.3d) 16.6 5. What is openable window-to-floor ration?a) A openable - A built-upb) A openable + A built-upc) A openable * A built-upd) A openable / A built-up 6. What are the requirements for building envelope under mandatory section as mentioned in Chapter-4 of ENS Part-1?a) Power Factor Correctionb) Energy Monitoringc) Electrical Vehicle Charging Systemd) All the above 7. What is the maximum ENS score for Thermal Transmittance of roof (U roof) ?a) 10 pointsb) 3 pointsc) 7 pointsd) 4 points 8. What is the minimum ENS score required for Affordable Housing?a) 70 pointsb) 47 pointsc) 100 pointsd) 45 points 9. In Affordable housing, what is the carpet area for a Low-Income Group Category?a) 60 sq.mb) 41-60 sq.mc) 28-40 sq.md) 28-60 sq.m 10. What is the maximum RETV for building envelope (except roof)a) RETV ≥ 15 W/m².kb) RETV ≥ 15 W/m²c) RETV ≤ 15 W/m².kd) RETV ≤ 15 W/m² Time is Up! Time's upTime is Up!