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Thanks.According to your suggestion,i created a simple model to test
and encounter some problems:
1.it appeared the same problems as i've mentiond before.There is
no other error information except following warning:
Program Version,EnergyPlus 1.2.1.012, 2005-8-26 19:01,IDD_Version
** Warning ** The design coil load is zero for
COIL:Water:SimpleCooling RESISTIVE ZONE_FANCOILCOOLINGCOIL
** ~~~ ** The autosize value for max water flow rate is zero
** ~~~ ** To change this, input a value for UA, change the
cooling design day, or lower
** ~~~ ** the zone cooling design supply air temperature
2.In fact,there is no return air from zone to the centralized
outside air unit,it just as the source air of the fancoil unit.But
for structure definition,i must define a return air,then did it has
influence to the real system?
3.In real,each zone has single exhaust system.But in i/o,it seems
allowing only one exhaust fan in the return path(it is inexistence in
fact).Then how can i define?
4.If the model completed successful,i just want to gain the load
produced by the outside air,how to difine variable or how to calculate
i've upload the test file named Fancoil&OA system,appreciated your
kind help.thanks very much.
--- In EnergyPlus_Support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Michael J. Witte"
> First, consider whether the energy use will be different if the
outside air is
> conditioned by the fan coils vs. the central unit. If the central
> unit is doing no special humidity control and simply provides
> air, it would be quite reasonable to add the OA and some extra fan
power to the
> fan coil units.
> If you want to model the full details of the central system, then
keep the fan
> coil units that are already serving the zones (with zero outside
air flow) and
> add an air loop to provide the conditioned outside air to the
zones. If the OA
> system is constant volume, use DIRECT AIR terminal units. Each
zone will then
> be served by two pieces of equipment, the fan coil and the direct
> sure that the direct air (the OA system) is always set to priority
> heating and cooling so that the fan coil unit will see any
> added to the space by the air from the OA system.
> On 24 Aug 2005, at 11:46, hbn_pch wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > There is a real 5-story building.Each room has a fancoil unit
> > serve.Each floor has a centralized outside air unit.Cooling
> > centralized chillers and heating source is steam.
> > I simply "zone" each floor to 4 zones.And i use fan coil
> > as the terminal unit for each zone.Problem come:In the fancoil
> > definition,each unit has its own outside air mixer.But in the
> > system,there is a centralized outside air unit,and it serve for
> > whole floor.Then how to define it???
> > Which reasonable system should i select?
> > Thanks.
> > pch
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> Michael J. Witte, GARD Analytics, Inc.
> EnergyPlus Testing and Support
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