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Re: [EnergyPlus_Support] radiant panels

Ok but this is the way you add a heated floor or a chilled ceiling which is not exactly what I want to do.
In my model I have created a thermally activated layer in each slab and therefore it is not possible to add a second internal source in the same construction.
The radiant panel should be applied only at a part of the ceiling and it is not part of the slab. Is it possible to add a construction or a plenum only at a part of the ceiling? If this is possible I think that this can be modelled as a construction with a highly conductive material which radiates according to the water temperature it flows inside.

Athinodoros Tzoulis 

On Wednesday, November 27, 2013 2:00 AM, Jeremiah Crossett <jcrossett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yes, using construction internal source and a fluid loop.  Check IO..

Jeremiah D. Crossett  | Senior Analyst  |  Phase Change Energy Solutions
120 E. Pritchard St.  | Asheboro, NC 27203 
 | Mobile 503-688-8951

On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 4:51 PM, Athinodoros Tzoulis <a_tzoulis@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Is there a way to model radiant panels (panels in which cold and hot water flows) as a cooling and heating equipment in EnergyPlus with their properties (tubing distance, inner tube diameter, etc.)? 

Thank you in advance 

Best regards, 
Athinodoros Tzoulis


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