[TRNSYS-users] Forcing Function with more than 100 points

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Mon Apr 1 08:18:00 PDT 2019


  The limit is one placed (somewhat arbitrarily) on the proforma. To 
change the limit open the base proforma in the direct access tool by 
double clicking it. Switch to the "variables" tab and click the 
parameter/input/output button. Switch to the "parameters" tab, select 
the cycled parameters and click on the "change cycle" button. At the 
bottom of the window, you'll see the min and max. Change the max value 
to whatever you want and save the proforma. The final step is to replace 
the existing proforma in your project. You can of course delete and 
readd the proforma but you can also right click on the existing proforma 
and select "replace" from the context menu then browse to find the 
proforma that you modified.

kind regards,


On 03/25/2019 01:15, SENTHIL KUMAR, gokula [Student] via TRNSYS-users wrote:
> Hello Trnsys User
> I need a 10 minute daily profile. I tried to do that with forcing 
> functions and calculated that my profile requires minimum 146 points. 
> But the maximum limit of the forcing function (Type 14h) in trnsys is 
> 100 points. Please help me how to increase the limit of forcing 
> function or suggest me any other possible way to do that (Except: Data 
> reader).
> Thanks !
> Best Regards
> Gokula
> Gokula Manikandan Senthil Kumar
> PhD Student
> Department of Building Service Engineering
> Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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