@chris I simplified the model by removing one material layer at a time and was able to get past the writeTherm warning after finally removing the cellulose insulation (replacing the material does not work). Once removed however (and adjusting the interior boundary line), the readTherm component just generates a flat black thermal map rather than a gradient. I am using THERM 7.6 as well. I apparently am not able to attach files to this forum as a new user, so I emailed my files instead. I am using the same exact workflow as what’s demonstrated in the tutorial series and on Hydra, but created with HB-Legacy 0.0.66 components.
Strangely enough, I also get a writeTherm warning (but a different one) when trying to run the example file provided on Hydra. it reads:
The geometry contains voids or overlapping regions. The edges surrounding these regions will be highlighted in red. You must fix this problem before simulating. Regenerating Boundary Conditions may correct this in some cases.The geometry contains overlapping regions. The edges surrounding these regions will be highlighted in red. You must fix this problem before simulating. ID(s): 12There are materials that lie outside of the Boundary ConditionsModel geometry and Boundary Conditions need to be properly defined before a calculation can be performed.
Considering how this is a different error, I’m not sure if this helps clarify or confuse the problem.
Reinstalling THERM also did not change anything.
Considering how this geometry works in your tutorial series, there must be something else wrong here.
Would also be great to know if/when THERM might be integrated into the new generation of Ladybug components? Thanks for your effort.