HoneyBee Energy Analysis Severe Error

energy
#1

Hi all.
This is my first experience with Ladybug and Honeybee. I have downloaded Chris’s gh. file to follow. (Thank you Chris for the detailed tutorial and all the tips!)
I have updated the Ladybug and Honeybee and other components. But I receive this error:

  1. The simulation has not run correctly because of this severe error:
    ** Severe ** [RunPeriod][customRun][day_of_week_for_start_day] - “Yes” - Failed to match against any enum values.
  2. The simulation has not run correctly because of this severe error:
    ** Severe ** [RunPeriod][customRun][end_day_of_month] - Value type not permitted by ‘type’ constraint.
  3. The simulation has not run correctly because of this severe error:
    ** Severe ** [RunPeriod][customRun][end_month] - “31” - Expected number less than or equal to 12.000000
  4. The simulation has not run correctly because of this severe error:
    ** Severe ** [RunPeriod][customRun][end_year] - Value type not permitted by ‘type’ constraint.

I’d appreciate if you could help me out.

#2

Please see this Invalid integer Literal error line 3639, line 1689, line 2404

#3


Check this.

#4

Thank you very much for the prompt response. I installed the older versions of EP and OS and the errors are gone.
I have got new errors which seem to have something with my geometry, however, the geometry is a simple box.

  1. The simulation has not run correctly because of this severe error:
    ** Severe ** CheckConvexity: Surface=“ZONE_31_SRF_0_GLZ_0” is non-planar.
  2. The simulation has not run correctly because of this severe error:
    ** Severe ** CheckConvexity: Surface=“ZONE_31_SRF_2_GLZ_0” is non-planar.
  3. The simulation has not run correctly because of this severe error:
    ** Severe ** GetSurfaceData: There are 6 degenerate surfaces; Degenerate surfaces are those with number of sides < 3.

Have you seen these errors before?

Thank you again

#5

These are no errors for a simple box. It has to be something else related to geometry.
If it is a box, as you say, define a new fresh box and go from there (delete any geometry you have).
-A.

#6

It just worked.

Thank you

#7

Hi Everyone,

I also had this problem recently, so I just decided to share just in case someone else has the same problem. My units in Rhino were set to millimeters, and the simulation attempted to do a conversion to meters. The size of my area was 5.4 x 3.6 m, but it interpreted that this was actually 5.4 by 3.6 mm (which would have been wrong, anyway). So in attempting to convert, a point of significance was lost because the result was only to 3 decimal places. That is, 5.4 divided by 1000 = 0.0054, but the simulation only went to 0.005. Thus, because of this, the surfaces end points did not coincide resulting in the planes curving to match the points. This is how I understood that error. Hopefully, this makes sense to others.