[Virtual-sim] Low DF-values with Radiance
paul at zed-uk.com
Mon Sep 28 08:07:30 PDT 2009
Try carrying out a model for one room at a time. The results tend to
be quite different.
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On 28 Sep 2009, at 15:55, Erik Eriksson <erik.eriksson at white.se> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm doing some daylighting studies with RadianceIES with a model
> I've imported from revit. The model seems to have been imported just
> However I'm getting very low DF-values.
> The rooms I've been studying are rectangular cellular offices with
> about 12% of the floor area consisting of windows.
> The results show that approx 5-10% the area of a working plane at
> 0,8 m above the floor has a DF-value of 1.2 %.
> This feels like a very low number. The window transparancy is 0,9
> and all the walls are white colored. The ceiling is white and the
> floor is gray.
> Does anyone have a suggestion as to what might be wrong or if these
> values seem ok.
> Thanks in advance
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