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 ====== Case Study: Solar Radiation====== ====== Case Study: Solar Radiation======
-{{ ::​examples:​facades_pic.png?​600 nolink |Test model 50 50 30}}\\+{{ ::​examples:​facades_pic.png?​600 nolink |Test model 254 216 77}}\\
 <WRAP centeralign>//​A simple test layout to analyze different behaviors of facade materials.//</​WRAP>​ <WRAP centeralign>//​A simple test layout to analyze different behaviors of facade materials.//</​WRAP>​
  
-The Vegetation ​Case Study is a small (50 50 30 Grids) model that was used analyze the different behaviors of a variety of  +The Solar Radiation ​Case Study is a complex ​(254 216 77 Grids) ​ model of Manhattan ​that was used to analyze ​solar access within ​the city
-façade materials+
  
  
 ==== Download Model Files  ==== ==== Download Model Files  ====
  
-This is a simple example containing the .INX file and the .SIM file used to run the Case Study simulation.+This is a simple example containing the .INX file and the .SIMX file used to run the Case Study simulation.
  
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-| [[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​facades/facades_modelfiles.zip|Facades_modelfiles.zip]] | Model Files (Area Input File .INX plus Configuration .SIM)| Please extract into a folder in your workspace directory. [[filereference:​output:​atmosphere|→ View File Reference]]| ​+| [[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​solarradiation/solarradiation_modelfiles.zip|SolarRadiation_modelfiles.zip]] | Model Files (Area Input File .INX plus Configuration .SIMX)| Please extract into a folder in your workspace directory. [[filereference:​output:​atmosphere|→ View File Reference]]| ​
  
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-|[[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​facades/​atmosphere.zip|Atmosphere.zip]] |Atmosphere Data (3D |Extract to disc and View with LEONARDO |   +|[[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​solarradiation/​solaraccess.zip|Solaraccess.zip]] | Solar Access Data (misc) |Extract to disc and view with LEONARDO as 2D (_SA_ files) or 3D Facade Data (_SAFAC_ files) or use Open...to load Solargrams (.SI files) ​ | 
-|[[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​facades/​buildings.zip|Buildings.zip]] |Building Data (Static & Dynamic) (3D Facade) |Extract to disc and View with LEONARDO as Facade Data in 3D|   +
-|[[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​facades/​radiation.zip|Radiation.zip]] | Radiation Data (3D) |Extract to disc and view with LEONARDO as 2D or 3D g. Excel| ​  +
-|[[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​facades/​soil.zip|Soil.zip]] | Soil Data (3D) |Extract to disc and view with LEONARDO as 2D or 3D Map|   +
-|[[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​facades/​solaraccess.zip|Solaraccess.zip]] | Solar Access Data (misc) |Extract to disc and view with LEONARDO as 2D (_SA_ files) or 3D Facade Data (_SAFAC_ files) or use Open...to load Solargrams (.SI files) ​ |  +
-|[[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​facades/​surface.zip|Surface.zip]] | Surface and Surface Flux Data (2D) |Extract to disc and view with LEONARDO as 2D Map|   +
-|[[http://​envi-met.info/​public/​cases/​facades/​vegetation.zip|Vegetation.zip]] | Vegetation Data (3D) |Extract to disc and view with LEONARDO as 2D or 3D Map|  ​+