I very often have a problem with MidriseApartment:Corridor zone program.
It is working very rarely, mostly never. And sometimes it works, and then it crashes in the future even tho I did not modify anything related to those zones.
Here is an example:
I found one close topic to that, however it seems that it was ignored.
Recompute, relaunch Ladybug Honeybee, update and download new Honeybe - dont help.
I have been having this issue with different versions of Honeybee.
Hopefully you can help.
Can you share a minimal version of the GH file with geometry and weather data internalised?
corridor.gh (528.0 KB)
I checked your file and unfortunately it does not create the same error at my end. The file runs without any fatal errors. I am using Openstudio 2.1.
I am using 2.4, However I had same issue with an older version 1.7 or something… Can it be an issue with ghPython?
I’m having the same issue. When I label the zones using the “LabelZones” component for Occupancy Schedule attribute, the zones that are assigned Midrise Apartment Corridor show “None”. Has anyone been able to fix this??
A corridor I would expect wouldn’t have an occupancy schedule, as we don’t typically include for occupants. You would not expect a person to remain within that space for more than perhaps a few minutes. Unless you are running with a very small timestep, there is no need to include for occupants within a corridor. There wouldn’t then be an issue to fix.
If you want your corridor to include for people then I suggest you override the occupancy schedule later within the workflow.
I’d agree, that it doesn’t seem they would need a schedule. The thing that throws me off is that other program options such as Hotel or Office corridors DO have a schedule. It seems strange that those options would have a defined schedule, but not the mid-rise apartment.