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As of OS 1.7.0 it doesn't appear that these curves can be selected or edited by the user. @Julien Marrec's answer could be a quick fix, but you might run into trouble if you edit the handles.

An alternative is to write a measure to set the curves for the WaterHeater:Mixed and Coil:Heating:Gas objects using the setPartLoadFactorCurve and setPartLoadFractionCorrelationCurve respectively.

As of OS 1.7.0 it doesn't appear that these curves can be selected or edited by the user. @Julien Marrec's answer could be a quick fix, but you might run into trouble if you edit the handles.

An alternative is to write a measure to set the curves for the WaterHeater:MixedWaterHeaterMixed and Coil:Heating:GasCoilHeatingGas objects using the setPartLoadFactorCurve and setPartLoadFractionCorrelationCurve respectively.

As of OS 1.7.0 it doesn't appear that these curves can be selected or edited by the user. @Julien Marrec's answer could be a quick fix, but you might run into trouble if you edit the handles.

An alternative is to write a measure to set the curves for the WaterHeaterMixed and CoilHeatingGas objects using the setPartLoadFactorCurve and setPartLoadFractionCorrelationCurve respectively.

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As of OS 1.7.0 it doesn't appear that these curves can be selected or edited by the user. @Julien Marrec's answer could be a quick fix, but you might run into trouble if you edit the handles.

An alternative is to write a measure to set the curves for the WaterHeaterMixed and CoilHeatingGas objects using setPartLoadFactorCurve and setPartLoadFractionCorrelationCurve respectively.