I’m studying the coupling simulation of indoor and outdoor thermal environment for mountainous cities. For outdoor temperature and humidity, my current method is to use dragonfly to evaluate multiple areas separately, which may not be accurate enough.
Is it possible to make the outdoor space into many zones with the help of the air wall, so as to simulate the indoor and outdoor thermal environment at the same time?
I think if this can be achieved, I will be able to get the thermal environment parameters at each point. I just thought about it recently. Because I’m writing my graduation thesis, I don’t think I have time to try it at present. If anyone can point out whether this method is feasible, or if there are any major problems, I would be grateful.