[TRNSYS-users] modeling building-type 56

mcdowell at tess-inc.com mcdowell at tess-inc.com
Wed Nov 25 12:39:57 PST 2015


Fereshteh Aramoun - 

To calculate the heating and cooling load for a zone you need to add a
heating type and a cooling type to your zone. 

A zone located in a basement would usually have boundary walls to some
external temperature rather than external walls. 



Timothy P. McDowell
Executive Vice President
Thermal Energy System Specialists, LLC
22 N Carroll St, Suite 370
Madison, WI 53703

On 2015-11-24 23:05, Fereshteh Aramoun wrote: 

> Hello TRNSYS Users 
> I am modeling a multi-zone educational building type 56. My goal is to calculate the peak of heating and cooling loads during a year and to model thermal wastes of walls, windows,.. in the peak of heating and cooling load separately, can anyone help me, please? 
> Moreover, can anyone know how it is possible to distinguish a zone which is located in the basement? 
> Thank you so much 
> Kind Regards, 
> Fereshteh Aramoun 
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