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Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 12:52:05 PM | Inner space is not surrounded by outer space with higher height.

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I have a sapce within a space with different heights. There is a huge storage about 12 m high and there is a single space within this space with 5 m of  height. When i try to do heat loads analysis, above inner space is excluded in the bigger space.

I have tried everything with the constraints for space limits but nothin happened.

The bigger space should surround the inner space but it is not doing so.

 

Any ideas why and how to solve this problem?

 

Thanks.


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Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 1:26:07 PM | Inner space is not surrounded by outer space with higher height.

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You might try creating your "outer space" at the top of the inner space and have a negative offset.    This will wrap the "outer" space around the "inner" space.  Revit does allow this.  The problem is that Revit Architecture will not calculate the volumn of either space.  Not sure about MEP.


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Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 1:34:57 PM | Inner space is not surrounded by outer space with higher height.

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MEP calcuates the volumes for spaces correctly by your method.

I just tried that but the problem is soved partially.. I correctly found the total results for the heat load analysis by your method.

Though the inner space laods are wrong. It is calculating heat loss from the roof.. And there is no roof defined for the inner space. Roof is only bounding the outer space.


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