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You might want to take a look at the zone component loads summary.

You For the peak component loads you might want to take a look at the zone component loads summary.

If you are looking for the sum of the component heat gains throughout the year you can look at the Sensible Heat Gain Summary. The documentation shows every variable that was used and how they were added up for the columns shown in the table. Remember, these are the heat gains (instantaneous energy added to the space) not the loads (the rate heat is removed from the space by the A/C system).

For the peak component loads you might want to take a look at the zone component loads summary.

If you are looking for the sum of the component heat gains throughout the year you can look at the Sensible Heat Gain Summary. The documentation shows every variable that was used and how they were added up for the columns shown in the table. Remember, these are the heat gains or losses (instantaneous energy added to or removed from the space) not the loads (the rate heat is added to or removed from the space by the A/C system).system which accounts for the delayed affect of building mass).