Regulate the design of the building envelope for adequate thermal resistance, which will enable effective use of energy in new building construction.
Regulate the design of the building envelope for adequate thermal resistance and selection of mechanical systems and equipment, which will enable effective use of energy in new building construction.
Regulate the design and construction of buildings for the use and conservation of energy over the life of each building.
Regulate the selection of mechanical, electrical, service water heating, and illumination systems and equipment, which will enable effective use of energy in new building construction.
One-story Group R-1
One-story Group R-4
Three-story Group R-2
Compliance for that section shall be determined by the plans examiner.
Compliance shall be demonstrated entirely in accordance with the applicable provisions of ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1.
A building will be considered out of compliance with code.
The code official shall make a determination of compliance.
Footing and foundation
Soil and groundwater
Clean plate inspection
The building is in the National Register of Historic Places.
The building is being conditioned to 68 F.
The building uses 1.7 watts per square floor area for space conditioning purposes.
A conditioned addition that is less than 100 square feet is planned for the project.
Chapters 1 and 2 only
Chapter 1, 2 & 5 only
All [RE] chapters
Alterations to the building envelope, mechanical, service water-heating distribution, or illumination system
Only alterations that increase the energy use of the illumination system
Only alterations that increase the energy use of the building envelope system
Only alterations that affect the mechanical system
Any work for which a permit is required
Any energy-related construction, regardless of the requirement for a permit
None, work required by the IECC is not required to be inspected
Work determined by the project designer to need inspection
The entire building must comply with the commercial provisions of the IECC.
The entire building must comply with the residential provisions of the IECC.
The retail space must comply with the commercial provisions of the IECC, and the multifamily area must comply with the residential provisions of the IECC.
The multifamily area must comply with the envelope requirements of the commercial provisions of the IECC except for the fenestration SHGC requirements.
The reference standard shall always take precedence when there is a conflict between the reference standard and the IECC.
The code provision must be modified to account for the language in the reference standard.
The provisions of the code shall take precedence over the reference standard where there is a conflict.
The more stringent provision of the referenced standard or the code must be used in case of conflict.
Thermal envelope, lighting and mechanical systems
Lighting and mechanical systems only
Lighting system only
Thermal envelope only
Changes in occupancy that result in an increase in demand for either fossil fuel or electrical energy must comply with [CE] Chapters 1,2,3 and 4.
Changes in uses shall comply with Table C405.4.2(1) and Section C405.4 for installed lighting wattage.
Not the right answer.
Both of the options that begin with "changes".
[CE] Chapters 1,2,3 & 4
Section C403 only, Building Mechanical Systems
Table C403.2.3(3) only, Electrically Operated Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps
[RE] Chapter 4 only
Only lighting systems must comply- Section C405.4
Only fenestration must comply- Table C402.1.3
Only the mechanical system must comply- Section C403
The project must comply with [CE] Chapters 1,2, 3 & 4
Addition of vertical fenestration to the north and south walls
Exposing the insulated wall cavities while installing new gypsum board
Adding a mechanical system to the building
Adding additional lighting to the building
No, the alteration does not increase the installed interior lighting power.
No, less than 80 percent of the luminaries will be replaced.
Yes, any alteration that includes the replacement of luminaries must comply with the IECC.
Yes, 50 percent or more of the luminaries will be replaced.
Fan motor hp and controls
Location of daylight zones
Description of equipment and controls
All of these wonderful options
Any alteration that increases the use of fossil fuel or electrical energy in the building
When no report has been submitted stating that compliance with provisions would threaten, degrade, or deform the historic form of the building
When the alteration is performed on more than 50 percent of the existing floor area
Never. Historic buildings are exempt from compliance with the IECC
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient
Electrical outlet placement
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient and glazing U-factor
Two-story R-3 building
Four-story R-2 building
One-story R-4 building
None of these
Floor area only
Floor area only if greater than 100 square feet
Floor area or height
The Kate factor