Dear @mikkel I need your precoius time and patience for my question.
I know that the topic has been discussed over and over again, but I don´t find a post to find the right answer, based on the current version of LBT.
Thanks the addition on the LBT v.1.7, finally I want to create the work-around for a annual daylight simulation, with dynamic blinds states, based with a predefined hourly schedule, but I can’t get to the goal. Your temporary version with the Light-Path and State python script, is no longer working after the updates.
For this example I have 2 rooms, and only in one I will activated the blinds geometries.
I have create a Aperture Group for each Window and give for the Room1 Window Sud a schedules with two states (0= blinds-off, 1= blinds rotate 45°) and for the Windows Room 1: Ost and Room 2: Sud a schedules with only blinds-off hours.
But how you can see in the above image, the sDA results are the same even if dynamic schedules is active.
What am I doing wrong?
LBT1.7.40-sDA_with_TwoBlindsState_forum.gh (299.0 KB)
- I noticed that the value out of the sDA component, is not in percentage, is it intentional?
- Is there a way to read that the AnnualDaylight component has simulated multiple states?
Are there any Radiance parameters that require particular attention for the annual analysis?