[TRNSYS-users] area of electrode(electrolyser)

Todd Houstein toddh at postoffice.utas.edu.au
Tue Oct 19 01:54:07 PDT 2004

I only tried to edit the .tmf with Notepad once I had discovered that 
IISiBat crashed every time I tried to click on the variables button. 
Furthermore, once I had edited the .tmf file with Notepad my simulations 
still worked fine.


-----Original Message-----
From:	Werner Keilholz
Sent:	Tuesday, 19 October 2004 19:41
To:	toddh at postoffice.utas.edu.au
Cc:	'Sara Macagno'; 'trnsys-users at engr.wisc.edu'
Subject:	Re: [TRNSYS-users] area of electrode(electrolyser)

Todd Houstein wrote:

>Dear Sara,
>The IISiBat component file (.tmf) is where the maximum values of the
>parameters are set. You can change them as follows:
>1) Open the component file in IISiBat. The easiest way to do this is to
>right click on the component in your project and select "Proforma..."
>2) Under the "Variables" tab, click on the button labeled "Variables
>(Parameters, Inputs, Outputs, Derivatives)".
>Note: For some reason IISiBat crashes every time I try to do this with 
>components in particular, one of which is the electrolyser (???Can anyone
>help me with this???). If you also experience this problem then you can
>manually edit the .tmf file using a text editor (such as notepad) instead. 
>If you would like to know how to do this then let me know.

editing the binary .TMF (TRNSYS Model File) with a text editor such as
is very probably the reason why IISiBat crashes when you try to use it -
these files
cannot be modified with notepad without being damaged.

Please don't do it.



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