[TRNSYS-users] Cold room - Ideal components types
idris_ade at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 4 03:33:58 PDT 2014
Thank you.Much appreciated.
London South Bank University,UK
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From: Marion Hiller <Hiller at Transsolar.com>
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Sent: Thursday, 3 April 2014, 8:47
Subject: Re: [TRNSYS-users] Cold room - Ideal components types
In general Type56 should be able to handle this.
Depending on our temperature level you should adapt the parameters c alle d “properties” in TRNbuild
To your problem. Also have in mind that the energy related to condensation and icing on the building surfaces
isn’t taken into account in the energy balance of the surface / airnode.
Von:trnsys-users -bounces at cae.wisc.edu [mailto: trnsys-users -bounces at cae.wisc.edu ] Im Auftrag von David BRADLEY
Gesendet: Montag, 31. März 2014 16:37
An: Idris Shofolahan; TRNSYS users mailing list at the Solar Energy Lab, UW-Madison
Betreff: Re: [TRNSYS-users] Cold room - Ideal components types
At what temperature does the room have to be maintained? I would think that Type56 would be the most appropriate model to use.
On 3/31/2014 07:14, Idris Shofolahan wrote:
>Can anyone please advise on the ideal component types for a cold room? I have looked at the single zone building Types but not sure if they are applicable or not.Thank you.
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