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I regularly use the schedules from the 90.1-20xx User's Manuals Tables G-x for elevators (and SHW), which OpenStudio and OpenStudio Standards does not have. I have a library OSM that I created with the schedules that I use to drag in to my models.

I regularly use the schedules from the 90.1-20xx User's Manuals Tables G-x for elevators (and SHW), which OpenStudio and OpenStudio Standards does not have. I have made a library OSM that I created with the schedules that I use to drag in to my models.

I regularly use the schedules from the 90.1-20xx User's Manuals Tables G-x for elevators (and SHW), which OpenStudio and OpenStudio Standards does not have. have currently. I made a library OSM with the schedules that I use to drag in to my models.

I regularly use the schedules from the 90.1-20xx User's Manuals Tables G-x for elevators (and SHW), which OpenStudio and OpenStudio Standards does not have currently. SHW). I made a library OSM with the schedules that I use to drag in to my models.

The DOE Prototype Building Models also have elevator schedules that are available in several formats.

I regularly use the schedules from the 90.1-20xx User's Manuals Tables G-x for elevators (and SHW). I made a library OSM with the schedules that I use to drag in to my models.

The DOE Prototype Building Models also have elevator schedules that are available in several formats.

I regularly use the schedules from the 90.1-20xx User's Manuals Tables G-x for elevators (and SHW). I made a library OSM with the schedules that I use to drag in to my models.models. The Office elevator schedule has non-zero values Mon-Fri (peak) and Sat (lower) with no load on Sun.

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The DOE Prototype Building Models also have elevator schedules that are available in several formats.