Hi Jose, the Standard values for the room design conditions are taken from the relevant design standard and the relevant data for each room type can be viewed or edited if you like, via the Standard menu, as below:
You should be able to view the room type in question and pinpoint the source of the gains. However, as you mention these can also be manually adjusted in your room afterwards, should you require.
Shane Regan | Principle Building Performance Support Engineer
Thanks for answering. What I don't understand is, if then manual adjust them to 0 (inside of Cad imput), why do I see casual gains on the Cibse Heat gain calculation?
If I don't set them to 0, they get unrealistically high.
It seems to be doubling up.
The casual gain result will incorporate not just the manual 'Casual Gain' figure entered, but also for people and lighting for example. Please find further info here.
Answer Verified By: Shane Regan
I would like to ask regarding the heat dissipation identified by the equipment supplier. The question is where can i added in the room data. I added in the additional gain or should be added in the casual gain. see the room data.Thanks and best regards
In addition to the previous query. I try to add in both additional gain and casual gain, the room load result are the same.
For any future queries I would recommend starting a new post rather than replying to old ones, as this can be missed.Either category has much the same impact, so that would be a matter of judgement for the design engineer as to which one, personally I would suggest maybe as an additional gain.
Thank you for your great suggestion