I'm Studying Therm. & simulating with Honeybee Therm components.
My question is
There are three methods to calculate boundary conditions in therm. (simplified, comprehensive, radiation enclosure surface) Among them, the "simplified" method is known to be usedwhen the film coefficient considers radiation.
However, the "simplified" method could not be used in the honeybee therm component. Is there a way to use the simplified method?
I'm running a daylight's simulation of an office and i would like to try the performance of light diffusing materials. I know that honeybee can import the .xml files and if i remember well Okalux has shared this files. Where can i find the files?
I am in trouble with the preparation of the model for the energy analysis with honeybee. To better explain the design concept i will attach a jpeg file and the .gh file. The idea behind is quite simple: i have an adiabatic room, so no sun exposure, and a surface expose on the south. This surface is discretize by nine opaque's panels, A in the jpeg file, and three glass surfaces, B.
I set up the model in this way:
- five adiabatic surface;
- two different type of materials for glass (B) and opaque part (A) of the surface.
The problem seems to be after the Honeybee Create Zones component. If i give the same material, glass, to hall the surfaces it works fine.
I cannot identify the problem with this process. Can someone help me?
I am in trouble with the Honeybee_Solve Adjacencies component (the connection between internal zone and a ground floor) and i was not able to find the error in the workflow. There is something in the model that i cannot recognize as an error. Can someone help me? I am going crazy. The reed baloon says just this "1. Solution exception:bce01e33-8f6a-46ac-8de9-d1d1f728b0d0".
I have tried to modify the tolerance in Rhino as suggested by Abraham but it doesn't work. I really don't know where is it the problem.
Attached you can find the file with all the data internalized.