Recommendations for Manual J software?
I’m looking into software to perform Manual J calcs, and perhaps also do other simulation/calculations as well. I’m fluent with the PHPP and another software called TrnSys (from a previous job), but I’m looking for something more common in the residential efficiency world.
I’ve read Martin’s article about Manual D & J calcs and the software links there, but before I go and drop $300-500 on software that may or may not be decent, does anyone have any recommendations? I’m a mechanical engineer and fairly computer literate but still would appreciate a well thought out and easy to use software.
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