Leonardo

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abcd
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Leonardo

Post by abcd »

Hi Tim,
Hope all is well :)

I have 3 questions please in Leonardo:
1- When comparing files A and B, does the 2D map shows A-B or B-A ? I need to know wich case is the hottest.
2- Can we check whether the building materials chosen in Spaces have been applied in Leonardo ?
3- How to do a video simulation showing dynamic wind vectors and zooming in and out of the area

Thanks a lot for your help

Tim
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Re: Leonardo

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Hi,

1. It shows A - B.
2. No, the materials are not saved in the output files. You need to check it in the simulation log and/or the Spaces 3d view.
3. Check out Particles and Tubular Bells in 3D View. If you really want to create a fly through the model area, you need to click on the tab 3D and then on Maps and Scenes. There, you are able to take a shot (Add scene) from a perspective that you like, move to the next perspective, take another shot etc. When finished, you simply press a play button at the top and 3d view moves automatically from one added scene to the other.

Best regards,
Tim

abcd
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Re: Leonardo

Post by abcd »

Hi Tim,
Thank you for your help.
I have another question please :
In Leonardo, when I click on " compare 2D" , I obtain a map describing the absolute difference potential air temperature |T(file A) - T(file B)| . To know wich file is hotter, what should I do ?
Thanks :)

Tim
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Re: Leonardo

Post by Tim »

Hi,

It is A - B. If you get negative values, it means that B is hotter than A.

Best regards,
Tim

abcd
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Re: Leonardo

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Yes , you are right. But I will never have negative values, because the map shows the absolute difference. Isn't it ?

Tim
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Re: Leonardo

Post by Tim »

Hi,

No, it simply shows the difference.

Best regards,
Tim

abcd
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Re: Leonardo

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On the legend, it's mentioned the absolute difference
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Tim
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Re: Leonardo

Post by Tim »

Hi,

Yes, it is German English... it is named as absolute difference to tell you that it is not the relative difference in %. If you switch both scenarios, you will get negative values.

Best regards,
Tim

abcd
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Re: Leonardo

Post by abcd »

Hi,

Thank you for your response. Now, I understood well. :D

abcd
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Re: Leonardo

Post by abcd »

Hi Tim,
A simple question please: does the running simulation need the internet connexion ?
Thanks

Tim
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Re: Leonardo

Post by Tim »

Hi,

No, you only need an internet connection for starting the simulation.

Best regards,
Tim

abcd
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Re: Leonardo

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Thanks

Simon
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Re: Leonardo

Post by Simon »

Hello,
what is the "K" unit name (is it kalvin) and could we have a comparison in celsius?

best regards

Tim
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Re: Leonardo

Post by Tim »

Hi,

K stands for Kelvin. It is always used in comparisons. It has the same interval as °C.

Best regards,
Tim

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