where: = EADE=ESO+ Ess+ ECL Eso annual secondary cooking energy consumption as determined in 4.1.2.1.2. Ess=annual secondary self-cleaning energy consumption as determined in 4.1.2.3.2. ECL-annual clock energy consumption as determined in 4.1.2.4. The total annual energy consumption of a conventional gas oven, Exo, is comprised of EAOG, expressed in Btu's and EAOE, expressed in kilowatt-hours, as computed above. 4.1.2.6. Total annual energy consumption of multiple conventional ovens. If the cooking appliance includes more than one conventional oven calculate the total annual energy consumption of the conventional ovens using the following equations: W measured weight of test block, W2 or Tsu temperature rise of the test block: final test block temperature, Ter, as determined in 3.2.2, minus the initial test block temperature, T1, expressed in F. HE 3.412 Btu's/Wh, conversion factor of watt-hours to Btu's. Ecr measured energy consumption, as determined according to 3.2.2, expressed in watt-hours. 4.2.1.2 Gas surface unit cooking efficiency. Calculate the cooking efficiency, Effs, of the gas surface unit under test, and defined as: where: P. any pilot lights gas consumption defined in 3.2.2.1. Le elapsed time of the cooking top pilot lights test as defined in 3.1.2.1. T, the elapsed test time as defined in 3.2.2. 4.2.1.3 Conventional cooking top cooking efficiency. Calculate the conventional cooking top cooking efficiency, Effer, using the following equation: where: Ecr total gas consumption for the gas surface unit test as defined in 3.2.2. Ec electrical energy consumed by an ignition device of a gas surface unit as defined in 3.2.2. where: CT Oct 277.7 kWh per year, annual useful cooking energy output. Effer conventional cooking top cooking efficiency as defined in 4.2.1.3. 4.2.2.2 Conventional gas cooking top |