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Re: [EnergyPlus_Support] Radiant Slab Outside Environment

Sorry, Mike:
I think I don't wholy catch what you mean.
In my field measurement.  The room thermostat is set to 22 degree. The measured air temperature is 21.8, the Operative is 21.5, so the MRT is 21.2.  But in the simulation, the air temperature stays at 22, with zone therostat set at 22, no matter I set as MRT, MAT or Operative as temperature control type.  Can I control the air temperature to under 22 with same thermostat setting?

"Michael J. Witte" <mjwitte@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

3.  If you have both and air system and a radiant system, then the air system 
will control to MAT if it is able.


On 23 Aug 2004, at 12:37, zhen tian wrote:

> The third quesiton is more complex.  The zone imulated is a internal zone (no
> surface contacts outside environment) and thermostat setpoint is 22 degree C. 
> But no matter I use MRT, MAT or Operative.  The zone air temperature is around
> 22 degree C, while the MRT varies.  From my field measurement data, the indoor
> air temperature changes too.  Sounds like Energyplus still take Air Temperature
> as the setpoint.  Otherwise the air temperature will vary if I use MRT or
> Operative as the temperature control type. If my guess is right?  The zone is
> controlled by air system too (with very low air flow rate to let the radiant
> system run).

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