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Re: [EnergyPlus_Support] mechanical ventilation

The EMS system can probably do that. See documentation and example files 
named EMS*.idf

avellut wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm a beginner on this software.
> I'm currently trying to model a mechanical ventilation system 
> hygro-regulated based on an exhaust fan.
> I would like to model the fact that the ventilation control mode of 
> the surface object can be done via humidity instead of temperature or 
> enthalpy control ( by using AirflowNetwork:multizone:Surface ).
> The aim of this study is to model the mechanical ventilation system 
> hygro-regulated for an entire building.
> So, is it possible to regulate the ventilation system depending on 
> humidity inside rooms ??
> Many thanks in advance for your help.

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