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Old   March 7, 2008, 13:57
Default [Radiant Floor] building model
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Dear Friends, I would like to model a room with radiant floor.

As you know, I guess it might have two parts, radiant panel and space.

The radiant panel has heat source, hot water tube loop.

Room thermostat controls the flow rate of hot water.

I wonder it can be simulated the panel surface temperature and its radiant heat flux simultaneously.

Have you ever worked before? Please, let me share your experiences.

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