Then you either have large zone radiant loads or direct or diffuse solar on the surfaces that cause these high temps.
Usually, bringing in infiltration will reduce the surface temps, something is causing them to be high.
Since this is happening during warmup, you can't see the data in the csv file (your Output:Variables).
This way you can see what's happening (in the csv file) and possibly diagnose the problem.
Add report variables from the rdd file (use Output:Dictionary,IDF; to see the rdd)
On 8/16/2012 10:28 AM, Eshagh wrote:
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