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How do I solve these problems?

asked 2020-11-03 10:34:46 -0600

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updated 2020-11-06 12:27:05 -0600

Please help with these errors.

Program Version,EnergyPlus, Version 9.3.0-baff08990c, YMD=2020.11.03 11:19,
** Warning ** CheckEnvironmentSpecifications: SimulationControl specified doing design day simulations, but no design environments specified.
**   ~~~   ** ...No design environment results produced. For these results, add appropriate SizingPeriod:* objects for your simulation.
** Warning ** ProcessScheduleInput: Schedule:Constant="ALWAYS OFF DISCRETE", Blank Schedule Type Limits Name input -- will not be validated.
** Warning ** ProcessScheduleInput: Schedule:Constant="ALWAYS ON CONTINUOUS", Blank Schedule Type Limits Name input -- will not be validated.
** Warning ** GetHTSurfaceData: Surfaces with interface to Ground found but no "Ground Temperatures" were input.
**   ~~~   ** Found first in surface=FACE 0
**   ~~~   ** Defaults, constant throughout the year of (18.0) will be used.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 116", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 116 and outside boundary surface: FACE 35
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 6 for base surface and 7 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 117", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 117 and outside boundary surface: FACE 194
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 7 for base surface and 6 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 126", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 126 and outside boundary surface: FACE 203
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 14 for base surface and 16 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 180", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 180 and outside boundary surface: FACE 259
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 6 for base surface and 4 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 194", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 194 and outside boundary surface: FACE 117
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 6 for base surface and 7 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 195", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 195 and outside boundary surface: FACE 274
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 7 for base surface and 6 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 203", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 203 and outside boundary surface: FACE 126
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 16 for base surface and 14 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 204", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 204 and outside boundary surface: FACE 283
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 14 for base surface and 16 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 259", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 259 and outside boundary surface: FACE 180
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 4 for base surface and 6 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 260", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 260 and outside boundary surface: FACE 339
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 6 for base surface and 4 for outside boundary surface. Please check inputs.
** Severe  ** RoofCeiling:Detailed="FACE 274", Vertex size mismatch between base surface :FACE 274 and outside boundary surface: FACE 195
**   ~~~   ** The vertex sizes are 6 for base surface and 7 ...
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answered 2020-11-08 11:28:14 -0600

You have to review your geometry:

The vertex sizes are 6 for base surface and 7 for outside boundary surface

one face with 6 vertices cannot match a surface with 7 ones.

Did you launch the "Surface Matching" command (if you are using Euclid for geometry modeling purpose)? This can do matching surfaces for you automatically.

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