[Equest-users] Extenal Roof and Interior floors

Aulbach, John jaulbach at nexant.com
Mon May 19 10:19:40 PDT 2008

Did you remove any definition of roof in the 1st and 2nd floors?
Wizard Screen 3 - under roof definition - no exposed roof (or something
like that).
That should fix it.
John R. Aulbach, PE, CEM
Project Manager
Nexant, Inc.
701 West Kimberly Ave., Suite 245
Placentia, CA 92870-6342 USA
Phone: 714-524-4402
Fax: 714-524-4407
email: jaulbach at nexant.com


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Christina Galyfianaki
Sent: Monday, May 19, 2008 10:10 AM
To: equest-users at lists.onebuilding.org
Subject: [Equest-users] Extenal Roof and Interior floors

Dear e-Quest Users,

I have modelled my 3-storey building in the detailed Wizard. There, I
described 3 building Shell components, each one is located above the
other. When I check the building at the component tree I see that the
internal floors/ceilings are defined as external Roofs. E Quest seems to
add up the layers of the Internal Roofs and the External Roof
construction to define the intermediate construction. Has anybody had
the same problem in the past?






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