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Open room issue
PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 3:57 pm Reply with quote
johnxing
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it is weird that there is no Room Geometry data in the fields once Room open is unchecked and Recompute button is clicked. There are holes shown in the Check Holes window.
But, if open room is checked, there are Room Geometry data shown in all fields and "well done" is popped up once the check hole is selected.
What's wrong with closed room? How to fix it? Please advise.
Thanks,
John
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 5:35 pm Reply with quote
Agustín Arias
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After uncheck Room Open, you will have to Check Data (F5) in order to EASE calculate the geometrical data. If there are holes, the data can't be checked. You will have to close those holes first. When the Room Open is checked, EASE interprets that the room is not a closed volume, so there is no analysis of the enclousure, so there are less holes to test. But when you uncheck the Open Room, EASE will check if the boundaries of the volume (room) are well conected and it is very common that in this instance a lot of "new" holes will be detected

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