model layout

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LyMier
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model layout

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Hello, I would like to ask: in the model layout in the figure, how to determine the distance from the model to the boundary?What is the basis?I know I have the "Model Inspector" tool in the Space module. What is the basis for this tool?Can I not depend on it?If so, by what should I set the boundary distance?

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helge
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Re: model layout

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Dear LyMier,

there is no strict value for it. For stability it is advised to have around half the distance of the nearest building height as open space.

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Helge

LyMier
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Re: model layout

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Thank you for your answer

LyMier
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Re: model layout

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helge wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:38 am Dear LyMier,

there is no strict value for it. For stability it is advised to have around half the distance of the nearest building height as open space.

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Helge
Thank you very much for that answer.Are all models capable of making model boundaries according to this rule?The boundaries of the model checker are too large and take a lot of time to calculate, which bothers me.
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Tim
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Re: model layout

Post by Tim »

Hi,

As Helge said it is no strict rule. You could also try to run the model with only 3 free cells to the model boundaries and see if that works without stability issues.

Best regards,
Tim

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