It seems that UTCI calculation has some weird deviations happen in the range of Ta(44-46C). Look these examples:

Ta------Tmrt------air velocity-----RH

46-------14--------------6-----------100 = Strongly Cold!!

45-------14--------------6-----------100 = Comfort !!!

44-------14--------------6-----------100 = Strongly Hot!!!

I suggest to omit these from the calculations since these effect on the total hot weather simulations.

Would be great to see other idea here as well.

# UTCI deviations

**Navid**#1

**AntoineDao**#2

Hi @Navid, would you be able to point out which component you were using to determine these results?

Looking at the online UTCI calculator I get the following results:

Ta | Tmrt | air velocity | RH | UTCI (C°) | Comfort |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

46 | 14 | 6 | 100 | 179.1 | Strongly Hot!! |

45 | 14 | 6 | 100 | 169.4 | Strongly Hot!! |

44 | 14 | 6 | 100 | 155.5 | Strongly Hot!! |

Also, what’s the environmental context where you get 100% RH at 40+C°?!

**chris**#5

@Navid ,

As @AntoineDao , points out, what component are you using and how are you using it?

The code for the polynomial in Ladybug is the same as the online calculator at utci.org that you cite. It’s just that the component automatically does the calculation from MRT to dmrt for you.

**Navid**#6

@chris

I mean the main UTCI calculation has some weird deviations happen in the range of Ta(44-46C). Following this, the LB component (Outdoor comfort calculation) does the same.

Hi @Navid

UTCI is a fitted (6th degree) polynomial. As all fitted polynomials it has weird behavior close to its bounds/limits. I know, that it is stated that UTCI works from -50 to +50 C, but in my experience it starts breaking around +45C

Furthermore if your relative humidity is 100% at 45C you might be approaching the limit for vapour pressure as well it might fuck it up even more.

If you want to compute the comfort those extreme environments, you should use a different model. You can either use PET or the original UTCI model.