[Equest-users] VRF modelling in Equest

Phil Decker phil.decker at taylorteter.com
Tue Jul 21 08:00:07 PDT 2009


                I'm fairly new at using eQuest but it is my
understanding that the modeling of VRF system in eQuest is not supported
but was to be updated in the near future.  California uses a software
package called EnergyPro which just added the capability of modeling VRF
systems.   You should be able to connect with them through their website
at www.energysoft.com.  Thanks,


Philip Decker

Mechanical Engineer





7535 North Palm Ave., Suite 201

Fresno, CA 93711

(559) 437-0887 Ph.

(559) 438-7554 Fax


phil.decker at TaylorTeter.com <mailto:janet.daniel at taylorteter.com> 


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[mailto:equest-users-bounces at lists.onebuilding.org] On Behalf Of Soham
Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 5:44 AM
To: equest-users at lists.onebuilding.org
Subject: [Equest-users] VRF modelling in Equest


Hi All,


I am modeling new office building for LEED certification .Our proposed
mechanical  design is "Variable Refrigerant" split systems for the
heating/cooling.  We will have decoupled OA, and are planning on having
DOAS units located in the attic. Is it possible to model a VRF system in
eQuest? If yes, how it is done? If it can't be done in eQuest, tell us
any other energy modelling software to model it.


Any help is greatly appreciated.



Soham Babu

Settymech Engineers Pvt Ltd


SJCE Campus, Manasagongothri


Tel:  0821-4287492

www.settymech.com <http://www.settymech.com/> 


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