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Hello I'm working with ZoneHVAC: LowTemperatureRadiant: ConstantFlow, I have doubts about the meaning of the Zone Radiant HVAC Heating Rate output, if it really symbolizes the heat supplied to the environment, because the delta T of the inlet and outlet water changes, but the rate variation is small. A larger T delta should result in a higher rate. Any suggestion?

 2 None Julien Marrec 26438 ●36 ●69 http://www.effibem.com/

Hello I'm working with ZoneHVAC: LowTemperatureRadiant: ConstantFlow, ZoneHVAC:LowTemperatureRadiant:ConstantFlow, I have doubts about the meaning of the Zone Radiant HVAC Heating Rate output, Rate output variable, if it really symbolizes the heat supplied to the environment, because the delta T of the inlet and outlet water changes, but the rate variation is small. A larger T delta should result in a higher rate. Any suggestion?

 3 retagged Julien Marrec 26438 ●36 ●69 http://www.effibem.com/

Hello I'm working with ZoneHVAC:LowTemperatureRadiant:ConstantFlow, I have doubts about the meaning of the Zone Radiant HVAC Heating Rate output variable, if it really symbolizes the heat supplied to the environment, because the delta T of the inlet and outlet water changes, but the rate variation is small. A larger T delta should result in a higher rate. Any suggestion?
Hello I'm working with ZoneHVAC:LowTemperatureRadiant:ConstantFlow, I have doubts about the meaning of the Zone Radiant HVAC Heating Rate output variable, if it really symbolizes the heat supplied to the environment, because the delta T of the inlet and outlet water changes, but the rate variation is small. A larger T delta should result in a higher rate. Any suggestion?