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2021-04-06 15:10:59 -0600 answered a question How to do not show scrolling text during simulation?

This problem was fixed with the upgrade of EnergyPlus to 9.5.0 version.

2021-03-01 08:21:46 -0600 asked a question How to do not show scrolling text during simulation?

How to do not show scrolling text during simulation? Hello. I am running a large number of simulations via the EnergyPlu

2020-12-27 07:04:11 -0600 edited answer Get Indoor Air Temperature of Thermal Zone (during Runtime)

Hello. Here a possible solution to your problem. import sys sys.path.insert(0, 'C:/EnergyPlusV9-4-0') from pyenergyplu

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2020-12-27 07:02:29 -0600 answered a question Get Indoor Air Temperature of Thermal Zone (during Runtime)

Hello. Here a possible solution to your problem. import sys sys.path.insert(0, 'C:/EnergyPlusV9-4-0') from pyenergyplu

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2020-12-14 13:01:51 -0600 marked best answer Skip Warming in the simulation data exchange with Python API

Hi everyone. I am using the new EnergyPlus Python API in version 9.4. When I set the callback_begin_zone_timestep_after_init_heat_balance function from the Runtime API, I set a function to run when the simulation starts. In this way, with the Data Transfer API I obtain information on each time step and execute actions according to some calculations.

My problem starts when the Warming process is executed. During this initial stage of the simulation, the callback function is also executed, which I would like to avoid, because it hinders the information that I generate and then do a post-processing.

Is there a way to identify the beginning and the end of the Warming with the EnergyPlus Python API? Or any alternative to execute the callback function after the Warming process finishes? Thanks

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2020-12-14 12:53:06 -0600 answered a question Correct way to use DataExchange API

Hi. I was doing some tests with the API and I came across some things like that. First, you could use the api.exchange.

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2020-10-30 13:00:33 -0600 answered a question Skip Warming in the simulation data exchange with Python API

Resolved. There is a DataTransfer API function called warmup_flag() that returns 1 while the warm-up process is running

2020-10-28 08:30:24 -0600 asked a question Skip Warming in the simulation data exchange with Python API

Skip Warming in the simulation data exchange with Python API Hi everyone. I am using the new EnergyPlus Python API in ve