First of all, I am sorry if what I am asking has already been solved in another post. I have searched it, but I couldn’t find anything.
I am trying to make a thermal simulation of a simple room in a building, which has all the surfaces adiabatic except the facade, and a small gallery that I put in front of it in order to improve its behaviour.
As I want to be able to perform several simulations changing the constructions of the different walls, floors, etc. I have created the HB zones with surfaces.
My doubt comes when I try to solve adjacencies. Even if the component recognises the two walls (and its windows) as adjacent, it doesn’t erase one of them, so I have two walls in the same place. Does it have to be this way?
- If no, I don’t know how to solve it. I have tried to simplify the process, erasing the surface names, erasing the windows and trying it only with opaque surfaces, but I always get the same.
- If yes, then I don’t understand how do I have to interpret the results of the simulation, because I get two different surface temperature and two different opaque conductions from the same theoretical wall.
I wanted to attach the file, but I am a new user so I can’t… I hope I explained it enough.
Thank you in advance for your time and help!