What are interior surfaces and how should I model them?

Interior surfaces are surfaces between two spaces and can be either walls, ceilings or floors.  Note that interior walls can also contain doors.  If you have an interior window, treat it as an interior door in an interior wall.  Insert an interior surface in the room and set it adjacent to the other room.  If you do not set it adjacent to another room, or you set it adjacent to itself, it is treated as adiabatic.

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