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Output error using Openstudio with Radiance

asked 2016-01-19 06:43:14 -0500

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When I create an easy model of a thermal zone in which there is an illuminance map, a daylight sensor, and then I suceed to finish calculation using radiacne measure, there are no results of illuminace map, nor daylight sensor illuminance.

Although the calculation is finished, there are many error messages; WARN: an error has occurred; no results for space 'Space_101'.

How is this solved? (I am using OS 1.8.5)

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Hi, i have the same problem. OS 1.9. and also today, the new installed version 1.10. Model was the same, error is the same :) Tutorial, and also Mr.RG, are both recommending associate the map and sensor to thermal zone. But if i wish to do it in inspector, there is only option first associate the space to thermal zone and the map or sensor- they can be only associate with the space. No option to associate the things directly to thz. I share my simple model here: [(]

Robert Zudel's avatar Robert Zudel  ( 2016-02-05 16:00:19 -0500 )edit

@Robert Zudel I grabbed your model and it runs fine here, on 1.10.0 as well as on the current iteration version (1.10.3). So the next step would be for you to share your model's run directory so I can take a peek at all the log files from your run.

rpg777's avatar rpg777  ( 2016-02-08 12:22:27 -0500 )edit

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answered 2016-01-19 10:59:21 -0500

My first recommendation is to use a more recent version of OpenStudio, ideally 1.10.1 (and 1.10.2 as soon as it becomes available). Also confirm that your illuminance map and daylight sensor are in fact associated with the zone. While you are upgrading your OpenStudio installation ;), feel free to send me your model ( and I can have a look at your setup in the meantime.

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