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Hello this group is dedicated to discussing modeling approaches using EnergySoft Energy Pro.  You can post building modeling issues, calculation methods, performance optimization, and systems improvements.  This program is widely used in California.  

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Ceiling/attic temperature differentials

Started by Steve Waclo. Last reply by Steve Waclo Jan 25, 2013. 12 Replies

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Comment by Judy Rachel on February 2, 2012 at 7:34am

Trying to figure out how to model a home with a central forced air heater and 2 PTAC window air conditioners.  The approaches I have been given end up taking the heat out of the rooms where the a/c units are.  That doesn't seem like a solution that makes sense.  Anyone actually know how to do it or is it not a possibility to accurately model this configuration in EnergyPro?

 

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