Here is a bin file which you can convert.
Sorry, do you have the Medellín Climate Zone.
Thank any way
Jaime Zuluaga M
From: "dru.crawley@xxxxxxxxxxx" <dru.crawley@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Standard 169 (Climatic Data for Building Design Standards) includes that data and is being updated through public review. Below are the data for Colombia� note the new climate zone 0 � a hottotter climate zone than zone 1.
There is normally a .STAT file included in the EnergyPlus weather file and this includes the climate type for that location.
Also, ASHRAE Standard 90.1 indicates the proper climate zone for many locations, including a description of how they are calculated. Unfortunately, Columbia is not in the list, but you can probably find a similar city nearby.
B2. MAJOR CLIMATE TYPE DEFINITIONS
Use the following information along with Table B-4 to
determine climate zone numbers and letters for international
Marine (C) definition�Locations meetiing all four criteria:
1. Mean temperature of coldest month between 27°F and
2. Warmest month mean <72°F.
3. At least four months with mean temperatures over 50°F.
4. Dry season in summer. The month with the heaviest precipitation
in the cold season has at least three times as much
precipitation as the month with the least precipitation in the
rest of the year. The cold season is October through March
in the Northern Hemisphere and April through September
in the Southern Hemisphere.
Dry (B) definition—Locations meeting the following criteria:
not marine and
Pin < 0.44 × (TF – 19.5) ,
P = annual precipitation, in.; and
T = annual mean temperature, °F.
Moist (A) definition�Locations that are not marine andd not dry.
James V Dirkes II, PE, BEMP, LEED AP
Here you find data concerning Bogota:
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