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How to adjust Thermostat Tolerance value on the AvailabilityManager:NightCycle object

asked 2019-04-18 15:10:08 -0500

handi gravatar image

updated 2019-04-19 14:45:06 -0500

Hi Everyone, I am trying to write a measure to adjust Thermostat Tolerance {deltaC} for all- or selected AvailabilityManager:NightCycleobjects in an OS model. That brings up another question: is any available method to call the objects, something like model.<method name>? Thanks,

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answered 2019-04-18 15:52:16 -0500

updated 2019-04-18 15:57:59 -0500

You can use the setThermostatTolerance method to change the thermostatTolerance parameter.

You can refer to the SDK for more details on the available methods for a given class here.

As for how to call an object, you can, for example, create an array with all of the available objects of a certain class that exists in your model. If you want to get all the AvailabilityManagerNightCycle objects in your model, you could define the run method to do

array = model.getAvailabilityManagerNightCycles

Note that you need to use the name of the classes in the Openstudio SDK, not the name displayed in the GUI or the name in the Energyplus I/O reference.

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Thank you very much. I have my new measure working now. Also, where did you find the method getAvailabilityManagerNightCycles or like a more commonly-used method, getBuilding, on Openstudio SDK? Is there any list for all the methods for model? Thanks,

handi gravatar imagehandi ( 2019-04-18 18:13:33 -0500 )edit
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No worries, make sure to mark the answer as correct. the getModelObjects method is a template parameter from the model object. Find the list of other template parameters in the SDK (here)

Luis Lara gravatar imageLuis Lara ( 2019-04-18 18:48:51 -0500 )edit

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