Exterior Lighting in the Detailed Interface

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I am modleing an existing building and I input the exterior lighting power
density in the wizard. I am now in the detailed interface and can't seem to
locate where this is so I can edit the values. Anybody have an idea where I
can find it?

Thanks,

Gregory Sarkisian, P.E.

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Hello eQuesters,

Sorry to use the board for this but I am in dire need of some help. I am working with an AE firm in Green Bay, WI and we are looking to replace a Mechanical Engineer that recently left. Unfortunately, we have not found the talent that we are looking for locally so we are opening up the search on a national level. I have included a job description to look through in case anyone is interested. We will pay someone what they need but they need to be committed to the Green Bay, WI area. Please help if you know anyone!

David Griesbach

Senior HVAC Recruiting Specialist

Dagriesb at aerotek.com

608-240-3157

HVAC Engineer (PE) position

Position title:

HVAC Engineer- PE

Location:

De Pere, WI

Term of employment:

Regular

Type of employment:

Full Time

Start date of this position:

Immediate

Starting salary range:

Education (minimum):

Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution

Experience level (minimum):

4-6 Years as a Professional Engineer (PE)

Specific duties include HVAC planning, designing, engineering and construction document production, project estimates, contract negotiations/bid reviews, and holding client relationships in the area of HVAC engineering for projects across the nation. Additional duties include energy analysis, cost/benefit analysis, sustainable design (as it pertains to HVAC systems), existing system condition assessment, and construction administration activities.

The ideal candidate will possess:

? Bachelor?s Degree in Mechanical Engineering with an emphasis or specific training in HVAC engineering in building environments. Plumbing design/engineering experience is a plus. Building types include law enforcement, detention, office, training, and developer-driven corporate and retail based facilities.

? Five to ten years experience and Professional Engineer license required and ability to procure registration in multiple states across the nation. An NCEES record is required.

? Willingness to stamp/seal self-produced documents.

? Demonstrated ability to communicate project objectives, problems, solutions and scope changes.

? Strong written, verbal presentation and communication skills.

? Exceptional interpersonal skills managing multi-level communications and relationships are essential.

? Demonstrated ability to work well in a team/collaborative setting, make sound decisions and drive action cross functionally. Must be self-motivated.

? Demonstrated exceptional planning, analytical, and problem solving skills.

? Ability to function effectively in a demanding environment and manage multiple projects simultaneously.

? Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook) and AutoCAD. Revit experience is a plus.

? Proficient in specialized HVAC engineering software (eg.: Carrier HAP).

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Gregory,

In detailed data edit mode, go to the Utility & Economics tab, select the
electric meter from the component tree. The exterior lighting load should
be in the direct loads tab of the electric meter properties dialogue box.
You can assign interior and exterior direct loads, schedules, and end uses
from this dialogue box.

Steven Savich, LEED AP

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To whom it may concern:

This board/forum is for educational and training purposes on E-Quest ,and should not be used for job recruitment.

I have joined other technical board and/or forums, and I have seen and experienced how detrimental the above could be if it is used for something else than what was intended for.

Sincerely

ECHC

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To put my two-cents in, I think it is appropriate to use the board for job openings unless the administrator informs us otherwise.

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Mr. Chavez-Castro will also turn to this mailing list when he is in dire
need of a job, like many others are today.

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They can be found as "direct loads" on your electric meter.

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My two cents:

Cent #1 ? I think it?s appropriate to post job openings here. I do agree with the guidelines of not more than one per month.

Cent #2 ? I?m not sure the eQUEST users list is the right place for this seeing as the job requirements are for proficiency in HVAC programs like Carrier HAP. The Bldg Sim list might be more appropriate (rather than an eQUEST specific list).

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I am sorry if I upset anyone and I respect this board and what it is
for. I have plenty of job openings that I will never post on this list,
however, this specific position has been a challenge because of the list
of skills. I will check into Bldg Sim list, thanks Sami!

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I established the guideline "job announcements are welcome
but are restricted to one posting per month" to try to
balance overall scope of the onebuilding.org mailing lists
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If it wouldn't be too much effort, could a separate mailing list be
created for energy/HVAC engineering jobs?

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I established the guideline "job announcements are welcome
but are restricted to one posting per month" to try to
balance overall scope of the onebuilding.org mailing lists
(such as eQUEST-users) with the needs of specific people in
the simulation community that may be currently looking for a
job. I hope the guideline is fair and does not discourage
people from participating in the technical discussions. If
you have comments or would like to change this guideline,
please let me know.

Jason

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Jason,

For what it's worth and since you asked, I feel the current guideline is well written and appropriate to this and the other onebuilding.org mailing lists. I'd feel differently if any individual abused the system, but you've made clear anyone violating the guideline would be removed. I for one hope the current policy remains in place, as this is a uniquely appropriate forum for those seeking employees to find a certain skillset.

The opportunities that do get posted here are certainly not there to a point of obtrusiveness in my humble opinion. If it grew to such a state someday, a separate job-posting/seeking board (like a BBS, not a mailing list) might be appropriate to have on the onebuilding.org site to prevent issues with our spam filters and such.

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I like the postings-it helps to keep in tune with the industry's demand for
whole building simulation services and the growth we are making as
professionals. The policy is perfect so that it eliminates repetition of
postings.

Pasha

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I agree with Pasha, Nick and others. It seems that the simplest solution is
to read the post if you're looking for work, otherwise simply delete it.
Would that all our problems were so easy.
Kudos, Nick, on the use of obtrusiveness in a sentence!

Carol

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