[TRNSYS-users] building with levels

Lakjiri Souad s.lakjiri.al at gmail.com
Sun May 13 00:18:44 PDT 2018

Thank you! I have TRNSYS V 16☺

On Sat, 12 May 2018 10:42 pm David BRADLEY, <d.bradley at tess-inc.com> wrote:

> There is not really any answer to your question. The way that you zone a
> building depends on what you want to know from your simulation. If you are
> combining a thermal and airflow simulation of the building then you might
> treat each room as its own zone. If you have a very large building (such as
> a highrise) then you might treat every floor as a zone or perhaps you might
> divide each floor into a core zone and as many perimeter zones as there are
> solar orientations. In between those two extremes, it is not uncommon to
> choose thermal zones that correspond to the HVAC zones of the building
> (areas that are controlled by one thermostat).
> If you are using Trnsys18 there is an extensive tutorial in the
> .\Trnsys18\Documentation\ folder that will teach you what you need to know
> to model buildings. If you have Trnsys17 then there is a less extensive but
> still useful tutorial in ..\Trnsys17\Documentation\A4_3DBuildingTutorial.pdf
> kind regards,
>  David
> On 05/12/2018 12:43, Lakjiri Souad via TRNSYS-users wrote:
> Hi
> I am a beginner in Trnbuild, how can I subdivide a tertialy building
> composed of 3 buildings .Each building composed of 4 levels.Each flour is
> composed of several offices,rooms and halls! I am seachinf an optimal
> subdivision on zones.
> Thankyou
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