[TRNSYS-users] Radiant floor with Trnsys 3D

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Fri Nov 15 13:10:09 PST 2013

   I am not sure that I entirely understand your configuration. I would 
have approached this as a single zone (not three adjacent zones) having 
its floor cut up into three parts. Each floor will be imported into 
TRNBuild individually and can then be treated as separate radiant floors.
Kind regards,

On 11/12/2013 07:18, Rémi Marconot wrote:
> Hello Trnsys users,
> By using Trnsys 3D with Google Sketchup, I would like to simulate a 
> 3 radiant floors system for a 800m² room. That is why I have created 
> with Google Sketchup, 3 adjacent zones which make the entire floor in 
> order to have 3 different active layers in TrnBuild. However when I am 
> running the simulation, an error says that  "adjacent wall not found".
> How can I solve this problem or is there another solution to create 
> several active layers in a same surface to divide my radiant floor ?
> Thank you for any kind of help in advance.
> Rémi
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