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[EnergyPlus_Support] Blinds' Effect on Temperature

Can somebody explain my question about window

I simulated interior blinds in a naturally ventilated
space. The blinds were modeled followed by the E+
package example "PurchAirWindowBlind.idf": blinds
controlled by incident solar on blinds. 

If the windows of the space facing South, indoor
temperature (Tin) with blinds is noticeable higher
than if without blinds in the morning until 14:pm;
then in the afternoon, the space without interior
blinds is warmer. 

Similarly, if the window is facing west, with blinds
is warmer 1-3 F than without between 12:pm-16:pm. 

I'm just wondering whether such result is valid and
how to check? 


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