It seems that we are indeed turning the scene into black for direct studies:
dctimestep result/matrix/black_CASE…scene…default.dc sky/skymtx_…smx > mp**/direct…scene…default.rgb**
rmtxop result/total…scene…default.ill + -s -1.0 result/direct…scene…default.ill + result/sun…scene…default.ill > result/scene…default.ill_"
When we calculate TOTAL - DIRECT + SUN with DIRECT that was underestimated due to a black scene, we probably end up with an overestimated TOTAL. Do you see a way around it ?
I’ve been working on 2 cases and noticed something else CASE A (left ) and CASEB (right)
In Case A the black lines correspond to the window groups and blue lines to normal windows.
All blue lines were set into the radscene. The results depict that the internal windows (U glazed profile) were accounted for correctly, whereas the mid and lower windows on the facade seems to have been discarded in the calculation (noticing the red area in case A).
In Case B had to set all facade windows were set as window groups (black lines). All seem to have been accounted correctly.
Maybe this is helpful to note: When using the DC recipe, glazed surfaces in the Scene should be in radscene and all windows in Transmission matrix need to be considered as window groups. Not sure if this is correct.