[TRNSYS-users] trnsys

Hélène THIEBLEMONT helene.thieblemont at elithis.fr
Mon Oct 23 06:20:28 PDT 2017

Hi Keivan,

A solution is to put your data from the other software in a text file. Then, you will be able to read them in your TRNSYS project thanks to a Data Reader (Type 9).
If it is the first time that you use it, I may advice you to plot the outputs of the type 9 in an online plotter and test your simulation with various time steps in order to check if you chose the right parameters for the data interpolation.

I hope it may help,

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I need your help
I have calculated the demand for cooling، heating and electricity for a building with another softwar...
Now I want to import this data into the software TRNSYS
what should I do?

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