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Simulation synergy: expanding TRNSYS capabilities and usability

McDowell, T.P. and Bradley, D.E. and Thornton, J.W. and Kummert, M. (2004) Simulation synergy: expanding TRNSYS capabilities and usability. In: Proceedings of SimBuild 2004, IBPSA-USA Conference on Building Sustainability and Performance Through Simulation. IBPSA.

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Abstract

Developers of simulation packages are now able to take advantage of the increase in available desktop computing power to expand the capabilities and usability of their programs. This paper will illustrate these opportunities by discussing the different techniques the developers of the TRNSYS software package have used to try and create a synergy between TRNSYS and external programs and between the developers and users of the program.