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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.

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.