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Distribution Efficiency and heating safety factor in TREAT 2 Replies

Greetings everyone,     I was wondering if anyone could help me with this error, TREAT is saying that the primary heating system capacity adjusted by distribution and heating safety factor exceeds…Continue

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Started by Luis Hernandez. Last reply by tedkidd Oct 30, 2014.

Basic Heat loss information 1 Reply

Greetings everyone,     I was told that I could get very basic heating loss calculations from TREAT. Besides the amount of fuel usage I cannot find where this basic heating calculation is in TREAT…Continue

Started by Luis Hernandez. Last reply by tedkidd Oct 30, 2014.

How to model a skylight 2 Replies

Skylights have different criteria than windows under NYSERDA protocols, so I am trying to figured out how to model a skylight!!! Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanksLuisContinue

Started by Luis Hernandez. Last reply by Luis Hernandez Oct 16, 2014.

Modeling the apartment upstairs 2 Replies

Greetings everyone,   I have a strange scenario to model and I was hoping I could get some advice: This used to be a whole building built on 1,920 so it is a balloon framing. The homeowner' s…Continue

Started by Luis Hernandez. Last reply by Ethan MacCormick Sep 26, 2014.

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Comment by Jan E. Graveamker on February 23, 2012 at 9:40am

Electric baseboard or electric in wall (can) heaters,

is there a way in TREAT to replace more than 1 line voltage thermostat ( non rpgrammable) and get a result.

 

 

Greetings Jan   

 

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