Something strange

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claudia
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Something strange

Postby claudia » Mon Sep 30, 2019 10:33 pm

Hello to all the ENVI-met staff. I wanted to know if the v.4.4.3.Summer 19 version licensed Science is compatible with the following Windows and Java programs and updates:
- Java 8 Update 181 64-bit (first Java 8 Update 171);
-Weka 3.8.3;
-KB4514361;
-KB4516067;
-KB4512938;
-KB2972280;
-KB3109560;
-KB3138962;
-KB3138910;
-KB4486118;
-KB3108326.
I work on a remote connection and I noticed that following these updates the software presented anomalies. For example, water sprays instead of breaking down the temperature as before and respecting their use, now increase the value of air temperature; the numerical code 1 that identifies the source "point" geometry for water sprays has now become 0, etc. I state that before these updates everything worked regularly without problems, as a result of these it is as if the settings had been altered. I was thinking of having the program uninstalled and re-installed. Does anyone have any idea what may have happened? The fact is that I fear that even the simulations conducted without water spray could have undergone alterations. Thanks to those who will be able to give me some explanations.
Claudia

Tim
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Re: Something strange

Postby Tim » Tue Oct 01, 2019 9:35 am

Hi Claudia,

We never heard of any case like that! It sounds very strange!
I'd definitely reinstall ENVI-met and check if the values are correct again.

Could you see if the database entries were edited (e.g. by date of last change)? Otherwise, I don't see any explanation how that should have happened.

Best regards,
Tim

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Re: Something strange

Postby enviadmin » Tue Oct 01, 2019 2:54 pm

Hi
despite the strange situation itself it cannot be possible from the model side that the water spray increases air temp because only evaporation is allowed in the code, no condensation...

Michael


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