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Re: [EnergyPlus_Support] inside surfaces

Thank you very much for your reply,

> "Opaque Surface Inside Face Conduction" is the heat
> flow into/out of 
> the interior (thermal mass) of the surface.  It does
> not represent 
> conduction across the surface.

In this case, what should I use to know the loads
gained/lost through a surface? For instance if I want
to compare the loads in a room against the consumption
of the system and where these loads come from.

Regards, Santiago.

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