[TRNSYS-users] Definition of a cooled ceiling

David Bradley [SEL] dbradley at engr.wisc.edu
Tue May 10 09:44:16 PDT 2005

Dear Pietro,
  Unless I am mistaken, the outlet temperature of the fluid in the 
active layer is NTYPE 58. To obtain that output, you must select a zone, 
specify that it is a "surface output" and then select the surface that 
is appropriate. If you have segmented the surface, you will need to 
choose the last segment in the list that comes up. As far as I am aware, 
the outlet flow rate is not available. If you specify the inlet flow 
rate as an INPUT to Type56, you can simply take the inlet value as equal 
to the outlet value. I am not sure what to do if you have created a 
TRNBuild SCHEDULE for the flow rate...
Kind regards,

pietro finocchiaro wrote:

> Dear TRNSYS users,
> I have a problem with the settings of a cooled ceiling during the 
> definition of outputs. In the surface output list isn't present the 
> temperature and flow rate of the outlet fluid (differently from the 
> active layer). Can anybody help me?
> Thank's,
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> Pietro Finocchiaro
> Dipartimento di Ricerche Energetiche ed Ambientali
> Università di Palermo
> Tel: +39 (0)91 236277
> E-mail: finocchiaro at dream.unipa.it <mailto:finocchiaro at dream.unipa.it>
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