3D plants

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kabir2yk
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3D plants

Postby kabir2yk » Thu Nov 21, 2019 12:40 am

Hi Envi-Met Forum

1. Please I will like to know the differences between C3 plants and C4 plants in Albero settings?

2. Is there any away to get and edit the 10 distributed figures of LAD for 3D plants in Albero, so as to create user 3D plants as in DB manager simple plants?


Best Regards

Kabir

Tim
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Re: 3D plants

Postby Tim » Thu Nov 21, 2019 9:16 am

Hi Kabir,

C3 and C4 plants differ in their carbon dioxide fixation. In the model, they have thus different parameters regarding to stomata resistance, water stress, CO2 concentration, humidity compensation points etc.

You could simply build a 3d plant with 1 m in width to get such a column of LAD. However, the 3D plants are rather used for complex structures and simpleplants for those easy ones you just described.

Best regards,
Tim

kabir2yk
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Re: 3D plants

Postby kabir2yk » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:26 am

Thanks Tim
I am grateful for your explanations


Best regards

Kabir

priscilla
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Re: 3D plants

Postby priscilla » Fri Apr 24, 2020 9:44 am

Hello,

I am wondering what the difference is between greening a facade/roof in 3D mode, and putting 3D plants in 2.5D mode?

Many thanks,

Priscilla

Tim
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Re: 3D plants

Postby Tim » Fri Apr 24, 2020 10:23 am

Hi Priscilla,

More detailed algorithms at the facade are used when greenery is applied instead 3dplants. Check this video for more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQZx02v0HQg.

Best regards,
Tim


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