[TRNSYS-users] TRNSYS storage heater

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Mon Jul 7 10:19:32 PDT 2014

   There is a "lumped capacitance" model (Type963) in the TESS Loads and 
Structures Library (a TRNSYS add-on) that might suit as a model of a 
storage heater.
Kind regards,

On 7/4/2014 04:03, Azzopardi, Mark wrote:
> Hi,
> Is anyone aware of a way to model a storage heater as a source of heat 
> input into a building model?
> I am very new to using TRNSYS but a standard heating model (type 121) 
> I think can be used to model its output but fails to capture the 
> storage element. I want to be able to analyse the input power to the 
> storage heater also but in the correct time frame which obviously 
> without the storage element to the heater any input power would be 
> instantaneous with the heaters output.
> Hopefully my question is clear and I would appreciate any help.
> Thank you & best regards.
> *Mark Azzopardi*
> _mark.azzopardi at aecom.com_ <mailto:Andrew.Phinn at aecom.com>
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