RE : Sun angles,

It seems strange that you define
mon=12 (= december)
in your script file...


De : [] de la part de G V DEEPAK []
Date d'envoi : lundi, 23. mars 2009 18:38
À : Radiance general discussion
Objet : [Radiance-general] Sun angles,

Hello Everyone,

I am trying to find illuminance values on an yearly basis, I am
expecting to get different values for different seasons. Say if we
compare between march nad december, we should get higher values of
illuminance for december as compared to march. But I am getting
almost same values for both the months.

I am not sure if the software is considering sun angles in

I am running this script to find the values,

#!/bin/csh -f

set mon=12
set month=March
set day=21
set coord=(-a 30.00 -o 82.35 -m 84)
rm $month.out
foreach hr(08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17)
echo "hr=$hr"
set skypar=($mon $day $hr +i $coord)
echo "$month/$day/$hr">>$month.out
oconv room.rad '\!gensky '"$skypar" sky.rad>hr.oct
mkillum -ab 0 -ad 1024 -av 0.1 0.1 0.1 hr.oct "<"
oconv -i hr.oct outside.rad Conv-0.rad illumination.rad>hour.oct
rtrace -h -I -ab 1 -ad 4096 -as 128 -av 0 0 0
hour.oct<mainsamplesupwards.inp|rcalc -e
#`./newglares.csh hr.oct $month.out`
echo " ">>$month.out
rm hr.oct
@ day++
echo "day=$day"

Let me know if there is anything wrong with this.

Thank you

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