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hangy07
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Green Building Studio: Error_too much floor and ceiling area

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01-12-2012 07:20 PM

Anyone can check the model for me? I check too many times, but the problem is still there. Thanks!please give me your email address. I send to you. Many thanks.

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mstein7484
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Re: Green Building Studio: Error_too much floor and ceiling area

02-28-2014 10:46 AM in reply to: hangy07

Hello,

Have you tried the following the steps below?

 

Typically this problem occurs when room or space objects are not properly defined in your Revit model. Check that all interior volumes in your model contain room or space objects that are fully enclosed by floors, walls, roofs or other room bounding elements. To inspect the analytical model of the gbXML file in Revit, click Export > gbXML on the Revit application menu and explore the details tab. This help topic may be useful as well: http://help.autodesk.com/view/BUILDING_PERFORMANCE_ANALYSIS/ENU/?guid=GUID-76E347D1-9763-4113-9199-C...

 

Regards,



Marjorie Stein
QA Analyst
Green Building Studio
Autodesk, Inc.

bpa.team@autodesk.com
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mstein7484
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Re: Green Building Studio: Error_too much floor and ceiling area

02-28-2014 11:30 AM in reply to: mstein7484

Another question: are you performing your energy analysis within from Revit, or are you uploading an xml file directly to GBS?

If you are uploading the xml file directly to GBS, try to do the energy analysis from within Revit to see if that resolves the problem.

 

Regards,



Marjorie Stein
QA Analyst
Green Building Studio
Autodesk, Inc.

bpa.team@autodesk.com

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