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[EnergyPlus_Support] RE: monitoring air flow temperature
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- Date: 20 Sep 2013 10:06:51 -0700
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Look the I/O reference manual in the help of EnergyPlus.
You will find all the available output, e.g.:
System Node Temperature [C]
The current temperature at a system node in degrees C. For air nodes, this is the dry-bulb
You can add an object Output:variable and in the field "variable name" write "System Node Temperature".
--- In energyplus_support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, <allinson_louis@...> wrote:
I am new to energy plus and I am trying to model a simple HVAC set up of supply air CAV with reheat and a radiator
I am trying to control the supply air to deliver outside air, but to heat to 16°C if outside air is <16°C
I am not sure if this is working correctly, as i think the air temperature is >16°C because my radiator load is so low.
is it possible to have an output variable that will return the temperature of the supply air entering my zone?
this will help me to find and resolve my problem
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