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Re: [EnergyPlus_Support] Multiple sizing days
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- From: Karen Walkerman <kwalkerman@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 17:49:27 -0400
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I see that you can do this, but the output summary reports each zone peak cooling load only on the day with the higher temperature. Running the file with SizingPeriod:WeatherFileDays objects captured what I wanted. Please see the attached example file for reference. The Sun room should see a peak cooling load coincident with a low sun angle while the NoSun room should see a peak load coincident with peak outdoor temperatures (or peak internal loads).
Thanks for the help,
On Tue, May 10, 2011 at 5:13 PM, Linda Lawrie <linda@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Should be fine. Many do it.
To eliminate confusion you might change the actual dates. And, of
course, the names have to be different.
Your message got cut off so not sure what the problem is:
When I try to enter more than
one cooling design day, the program
At 03:01 PM 5/10/2011, Karen Walkerman wrote:
Is there any way to specify multiple cooling design days? I would
like to be able to test my building under a few different
1. Typical peak day in mid summer
2. Warm fall day with intense sun and low-angle sun
3. Something in between 1 & 2
When I try to enter more than one cooling design day, the program
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