[TRNSYS-users] Fw: help in Tansys3d and sketchup
d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Mon Nov 11 09:10:56 PST 2013
Are you able to browse to the location mentioned in the error message
(c:\Users\a\Desktop\Learning\Trnsys3D\) and open the file untitled.idf
using a text editor?
Given the path to the file that you are using, I am almost certain
that the problem lies in the permissions that the account has on the
folders in question. As I mentioned in my previous email; full
administrative access is needed and very often the c:\Users folder has a
lot of protections on it.
On 11/11/2013 10:43, Shahen Fakhraldin wrote:
> I did the steps and I got an error window , that you can find it in
> the attachment., besides, I did not find the "untitled.b17.idf" inthe
> folder that was shown in the error window.
> Can you advise me please
> On Monday, November 11, 2013 4:18 PM, David BRADLEY
> <d.bradley at tess-inc.com> wrote:
> Just to be entirely clear, the steps you should follow at that point
> 1. open TRNBuild
> 2. select File: Import Trnsys3D file...
> 3. click the arrow button in the field in the upper left of the window
> and browse to find untitled.idf (click ok)
> 4. click the radio button at the right hand side of the window to
> indicate whether the building is in the northern or southern hemisphere.
> 5. click the button next to "import"
> when I try your file, I am able to import it. If you aren't, I would
> recommend that you look at the permissions on your \Trnsys17 directory
> and make sure that you have administrator level access to the entire
> directory. I wonder if there is a DLL being called that won't run due
> to a file permissions problem.
> Kind regards,
> On 11/11/2013 09:53, Shahen Fakhraldin wrote:
>> Dear Ciarán and Muhammud,
>> Thanks for quick response,
>> Ciarán I did exactly what did you do, but after "Open IDF & Create
>> project !" nothing happening!
>> by the way I am using Window 8(32bit)
>> On Monday, November 11, 2013 3:41 PM, Flynn Ciaran
>> <ciaran.flynn at aalto.fi> <mailto:ciaran.flynn at aalto.fi> wrote:
>> Maybe one thing: did you import the idf file by going to:
>> File > New > 3D Building Project (multizone) > Next > Next > "Open
>> IDF & Create project !" ?
>> (that's what I did toget your file up and running...)
>> *From:*trnsys-users-bounces at cae.wisc.edu
>> <mailto:trnsys-users-bounces at cae.wisc.edu>
>> [mailto:trnsys-users-bounces at cae.wisc.edu
>> <mailto:trnsys-users-bounces at cae.wisc.edu>] *OnBehalf Of *Shahen
>> *Sent:* 11. marraskuuta 201317:08
>> *To:* trnsys-users at cae.wisc.edu <mailto:trnsys-users at cae.wisc.edu>
>> *Subject:* [TRNSYS-users] help in Tansys3d and sketchup
>> Hi all,
>> a beginner to TRNSYS, I'm trying to understand how can I draw a 3d
>> produce a multizone building by following the tutorial "t3d.pdf".
>> However, at the end when I tried to import the IDF file in the
>> simulation studio nothing generated and I'm not getting the automatic
>> generated project. I repeated the process many times, even with
>> onezone (just the first floor), but no results. What I'm doing wron
>> I would be grateful for any help and you can find the IDF file in the
>> (I am using TRNSYS17 with Sketchup 8 pro)
>> Shahen Fakhraldin
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>> TRNSYS-users at cae.wisc.edu <mailto:TRNSYS-users at cae.wisc.edu>
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