[Bldg-sim] TRAINING: DesignBuilder EnergyPlus Simulation Training
jim at buildingperformanceteam.com
Mon Mar 2 10:58:02 PST 2015
The refrigerated warehouse we're modeling uses an "economizer" to help
unload the compressors in the winter. As I understand it, the system works
something like hot gas bypass for commercial air conditioners and routes
hot gas to the inlet of the compressor.
I don't see a direct method of modeling this, so I plan to create a
modified capacity curve for the compressors in order to represent the
impact of this "economizer".
1. Do you have a better idea?
2. Any cautions that apply to this approach from your experience?
On Sun, Jan 25, 2015 at 10:33 AM, David Cocking <
David.Cocking at designbuilder.co.uk> wrote:
> DesignBuilder are running a simulation training course in collaboration
> with University College London (UCL) this April. This face to face course
> in London is an excellent opportunity to find out how to get the most out
> of DesignBuilder EnergyPlus and learn best practice modelling techniques.
> It is suitable for new and experienced users alike, and is structured to
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> days will be of particular interest for those wanting to get up to speed
> with CFD and EnergyPlus HVAC system simulations. Our new VRF capability
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> The course is completely modular and you can choose to attend any of the 5
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> *Day 4: 16th April - Introduction to Detailed HVAC**. Introducing
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> *Day 5: 17th April - CFD**. Learn the key concepts of internal and
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> *Note that Days 2-5 all require previous experience with the modeller or
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