I am modeling a single family detached house that given the shape, I modeled using three breps to conform the whole thermal zone.
I am using the HB Solve Adjacency to create the whole volume. This single family home is a single thermal zone, and I am using the IronBug All electric heatpump.
The question is how can I make sure that the Heatpump is working as it would in real life. I am concerned that the results are not right because it is using three zones and three diffusers because of the way it is modeled.
This is what I see when I open the osm from IB in OS:
In real life, this should look like this:
I am attaching hbjason and a summary of the model in case you need it.
So my question is: is there any way to make sure that Ironbug is mixing the air of all the zones and assuming this is one big zone? Are the results correct and close to real life conditions? do I need to add a component that tells IB to mix air?
I have 5 other homes that have the same issue, some of them have multiple breps, so I really would like to know if the results from Ironbug are reliable in these cases.
Thanks in advance,