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RE: [EnergyPlus_Support] i cannot get the heating and cooling load

Keep the Purchased Air the way it is. It is documented
and fits well with the chilled water and hot water. I
think there will be more confusion trying to separate
these three items from each other with different
command names. In particular, I think sizing would be
more confusing with a different command name associate
for the Air.

--- "Michael J. Witte" <mjwitte@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The name "Purchased Air" was chosen, because it
> parallels 
> However it has 
> proven to be a confusing name to many users.  It
> does not mean total 
> supply air flow.  It means an unlimited supply of
> conditioned air for 
> heating or cooling.  Suggestions for a better name
> are welcome.  
> Mike
> On 20 Nov 2002, at 13:11, Najad Tuffaha wrote:
> > In HVAC design ?Purchased? Air is a novel term,
> unless you refer to
> > buying an air system from an air-conditioning
> contractor. Does it mean
> > total Supply airflow, or what does it mean? Should
> a term other than
> > ?Purchased? be used?
> EnergyPlus Testing and Support      
> EnergyPlus-Support@xxxxxxxx

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