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[EnergyPlus_Support] Re: Interior roof and floor

Hi Hu, 

To answer your question, in addition to my other post, the two surfaces are treated as one. Since there is only one surface, starting from a few years back, you save the creation of a duplicate object with the layers reversed. That EnergyPlus is able to logically do without human error :)


--- In EnergyPlus_Support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, HJ  wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a two story building and thus will have interior roof and floor. 
> I wonder does Energyplus calculate the interior roof and floor as one 
> surface or as two surfaces (i.e. floor+roof). I used Openstudio to 
> create building model and it defines two surfaces as interior roof and 
> floor separately, but their material are the same. So I wonder if E+ 
> treat the two surfaces as one?
> Thanks,
> HJ


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