[TRNSYS-users] help needed regarding type99

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Mon Aug 27 07:23:02 PDT 2018


   I would suggest that you try Type9 instead of Type99. It can be a 
little bit tricky to set up the parameters but I have found that with 
the data file, a Type9 and a Type65 that is just plotting what the data 
reader is outputting it isn't so hard. Type9 is a bit more flexible than 
Type99 in terms of the syntax that it reads. However, if you are reading 
solar radiation data then you'll need to also include a Type16 in your 
project and pass the data read by Type9 to the Type16 solar radiation 

kind regards,


On 08/27/2018 05:45, up201700037 via TRNSYS-users wrote:
> Dear users,
> MY name is behzad shahzamanian from university of porto and i am 
> seeking to apply weather user format-type99 in trnsys for introducing 
> weather data from my experimental work done previously. I have 
> difficuly how to use it for my case beacuse when i copy columns of 
> variables from exel file of my data to the external file of type99, 
> the simulation do not run and i receive an error for header syntax.
> Best regards,
> Behzad shahzamanian sichani
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