Hi everyone, sorry to be a pain again, but here is the deal: I’m currently on my masters degree and learning how to use Honeybee, I’m modelling a famous street in my city in two distinct moments in history, so I can run simulations within Honeybee in order to assess thermal comfort parameters, however, this is probably the third time I’m modelling this street, I tried the simplest geometries I could, but still, in the end of the first simulation, I still get this error at the end:
- The simulation has not run correctly because of this severe error:
** Severe ** ProcessSurfaceVertices: Suspected non-planar surface:“ZONE_301_SRF_4”, Max “out of line”=0.15680 at Vertex # 1
So which kind of surfaces or polygons does Energy Plus supports in order to run a simulation? How can I detect which one of the geometries is causing the error so i dont have to model it all over again? Could some one help me?
The files I’m using are bellow, there’s one for each moment in the history of my city (1940-1980-2020) I pasted them on Google Drive
Warm regards everybody!
Microclimate_Map_-_Simple TEST 2.gh (653.6 KB)