While using Honeybee, I am confused about 0 and 1 values as input for 'stepOfSimulation' from my 11 hours-analysis period and the correspondence to 'visualize microclimate maps' and 'color surfaces by EP results' components.
Having set a period from 9:00 to 19:00 for a single day (10th december), and using a slider from 0 to 10 (11 values, 0 is 9:00), the following mismatch occurs:
setting value 0 works for surface temperature but not for mean radiant temperature (warning says "stepofSimulation is outside the bounds of the comfResultMTX", but I do have 11 values from radiant temp matrix).
setting value 1 is rendered as "hour 2 of simulation" for surface temperature (FIG 1) and as "9:00" of radiant temperature (FIG 2).
It seems there is a slide of 1 hour. How should I interpret this?
I am sorry to disturb you . When I use the honeybee to do the dynamic daylight simulation . I meet a problem . When I set the blind's angle to 90° and the quality to 2 , the DA is not 0 .I think it is wrong .Could you tell me how to solve it .
I hope all is well. I have encountered with this error in Grasshoper while previously I did not have that and the script worked. I appreciate if could help me to solve this problem. I have a deadline and I really need that.
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?