C K Lee via TRNSYS-users trnsys-users at lists.onebuilding.org
Tue Feb 7 17:22:37 PST 2017


Usually, the corridor is regarded as an internal zone.  Hence, the 
heating requirement is not large.  I recommend you reduce the capacity 
of the heater to see if it makes any difference.

Best Regards
C. K. Lee
Research Fellow
City University of Hong Kong

On 2017-02-08 08:19, Ilyas KHELIFA KERFAH via TRNSYS-users wrote:
> Hello,
> I modeled with TRNSYS an apartment with heating in the corridor. I had
> a problem that the temperature of the rooms does not increase
> gradually so I multiply the thermal capacitance * 50 in all the rooms
> and the corridor. This model gave a good result for the rooms. But in
> the corridor where the heating is installed, I find that the
> temperatures increase and decrease in a single shot without warming
> and cooling time rate.
> N.B. for the exchange of air between the pieces I put a pipe with a
> flow of 450 kg / h between all the rooms. thank you.
> Best regards,
> Ilyas and pierre Etienne
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