[Equest-users] Common Space Energy Usage
Higgins at edi-arch.com
Thu Dec 17 10:15:30 PST 2009
Kevin - You will need to create a new sub-meter by right-clicking on your existing electric meter and specifying the type as "sub-meter." You then need to assign it to the master meter and in the zone that you want it tied to, specify what you want metered under the "meters" tab.
Matthew Higgins, Associate
LEED AP + ASHRAE-HBDP
Environmental Dynamics, Inc.
Architecture and Sustainability Consulting Services
Any data provided by the Consultant, verbal or written, are to be considered opinions of building energy and/or daylight performance. The Client understands that the Consultant has no control of occupant habits, equipment or material performance or characteristics, site or climate conditions or the Contractor's method of assembly, and that the Consultant's opinions regarding building energy/daylight performance are made on the basis of the Consultant's professional judgment and experience. The Consultant makes no warranty, express or implied, that the energy/daylight performance of the building will not vary from the Consultant's opinion of building energy/daylight performance.
>>> Kevin Kelly <kkelly at r3energy.com> 12/17/2009 9:50 AM >>>
I am wondering if there is a way to get simulated energy use (electricity, gas and oil) for zones within an eQUEST model. Is this possible? If so, how would I do that?
In reference to the above question. I have modeled a high rise residential building and I need the common space energy usage.
Thank you everyone.
Kevin Kelly, LEED AP
Energy Systems Analyst
R3 Energy Management
W: 914.909.3940 X115
kkelly at r3energy.com
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