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RE: Re: [EnergyPlus_Support] Loads not met when using HVACTemplate Objects

Thanks for replying back Oscar

I was using a relatively small tolerance for hours not met in OutputControl:ReportingTolerances

Changed to 0.5 deltaT and this flag basically goes away.

---In EnergyPlus_Support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, <eng.ohw@...> wrote:

Try to modify the sizing factor. And look carefully the internal walls maybe the conctats are not ok.

Good luck.


On Nov 28, 2013 7:42 PM, <sbucking@...> wrote:

Hi Everyone,

I am running some batch simulations which swap in/out HVACTemplate objects for various mechanical systems all being auto-sized.

I am noticing that HTMLs indicate that many systems have 100's of hours where heating/cooling loads are not met. I can make some headway by modifying each file directly but the process is very slow. Since I am comparing systems directly, I need to ensure that setpoints are equally for all options.

Does anyone have advice on how I should be approaching this? Can it be solved from the HVACTemplate level (ie without modifying expanded IDFs)?

Many Thanks,



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