[TRNSYS-users] Equivalent Room Temperatures

David Bradley bradley at tess-inc.com
Fri Jun 10 11:31:26 PDT 2005

   Type19 is a bit picky about the order in which its component parts are 
defined. You should be able to modify the component order in the Simulation 
Studio by clicking on the control cards icon (page with a corner folded 
over on the left hand side of the screen) and switching to the "component 
order" tab. If you click the "optimize component order" button, the Studio 
should put everything in the appropriate order.
Kind regards,

At 10:49 AM 6/10/2005, Charron, Rémi wrote:
>Dear Users,
>I am using the detailed single zone model (temperature controlled - T19) and
>have two Conduction Input Walls.  One for the ceiling, which is linked to
>the Roof model (T18), and the other is for Tess's Radiant Floor model
>(T653).  As I understand it, in order to take into account the solar
>radiation that is incident on the surfaces, I need to use the Equivalent
>Room Temperatures instead of Zone temperature as inputs to these models.
>However, when I add the additional outputs to my model to get these
>equivalent temperatures, TRNSYS gives me errors saying that the new Unit
>Number does not exist.  I've tried to change the location of the additional
>output type in the component order list, but it doesn't seem to work.  Has
>anyone had this problem? If so, can someone explain how I would input the
>equivalent room temperature for the surfaces into their associated models.
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>TRNSYS-users at engr.wisc.edu

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