algorithmic modeling for Rhino
As of a few hours ago, I can no longer conduct radiation analyses through Ladybug. The problem seems similar to the previous post by GB, except I have not received an error message. Instead, everything looks normal except that no matter how I change the parameters or flip the surfaces, every surface is registering as 0 kWh/m2 (as seen below). I've tried multiple files (including files that worked fine yesterday) but I always get the same result.
I've attached all my files below. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Simple: You just need to insert LB_LB component and let it fly. That's it.
I wish it were that simple, but I've already done. I went back to verify and still got the same result.
This so strange then because on my end it works completely fine.
I will try to set the UseOldRes in the genCumulativeSkyMtx component to False, so it will recalculate the sky radiation.
That is strange.
I really have no idea why it stopped working for me. Maybe I need to re-install Ladybug.
I re-installed Ladybug, but unfortunately the radiation analysis still does not work.
Try another weather file.
Did you tried what i suggested above?
Got it to work! Both of those methods did the trick. I guess I just had to toggle UseOldRes to False a few times before it actually registered and recalculated the sky radiation.
Thanks a lot for the help Abraham.
But now i'm having a question for Mostapha, which is kind of related:
The genCulativeSky calculation results are supposed to be located at c:\ladybug. I don't find it there. Do you know where they are now?
As Chris mentioned on Github, if the user doesn't have full access to C:\ then the folder will be at C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Roaming\Ladybug\ to avoid any potential permission issues.
I tried reinstalling Ladybug and changing the EPW file and it's still all blue... Any suggestions?
Check the normal directions.
I tried flipping them, and exploding the brep into individual surfaces. It's still showing up all blue.
I've attached the files. Do you have any other suggestions? Thanks for your help.