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What is the least simulation hours to get results in Biomet?

Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2015 4:17 pm
by ayez
Hi,
I'm simulating just one hour in EM4. When i try to convert the results to get PMV/PET/UTCI values, Biomet complains it doesn't find a file to do that.
Just when i simulate 2 hours i get this to work.

As comparing, simulating one hour in EM3 works fine.

Can be a bug or it is intended to be so?
Thanks,
-A.

Re: What is the least simulation hours to get results in Bio

Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2015 6:12 pm
by enviadmin
Simulating just one hour doesn't make any sense.

Michael

Re: What is the least simulation hours to get results in Bio

Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2015 3:33 am
by ayez
I know that.
The question was more related to the possibility of getting the values when you have only one simulation hour.
Imagine that i send someone (or i get from) just one hour so i can check it. I see the logic and sense of such a case. Specially when sending the whole simulated hours can very heavy files (size wise). Moreover, after the simulation the files are independent.
Does it makes any (or some) sense now?
Thanks,
-A.

Re: What is the least simulation hours to get results in Bio

Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2015 6:45 am
by enviadmin
You said you simulate just one hour in ENVI-met.
The file you get is different to the case when you take one file out of a series of files.
Envi-met v4 knows about the model states of the file

Michael