I am currently trying to do an outdoor comfort analysis using a mix of ladybug-tools 1.4 with the LB Outdoor Solar MRT component and wind-speed from butterfly calculations. Using ENVI-MET on the sideline for some MRT verification. The LB component does not appear to take in the context of the buildings regarding reflection and heat absorption, is this possible to do with for examples Honeybee and how? What happens is that the MRT correctly shows lower temperature in the shade of the building, but it does also show lower temperature when standing near the building even though being directly exposed to the sun. According to ENVI-MET heating and reflection from the building should make it warmer when you are closer.
I have seen older topic posts (about a microclimate map) linking to similar scripts, but they are using a way older version of LB and I can’t seem to reproduce it in LB 1.4.