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Author:  tecnun [ Mon Jun 15, 2020 3:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Project settings, shadings

Hello good day,

I would like to know exactly the difference between these shading conditions in Project Settings:

- Discriminating orient difference between shading planes
- Maximum orient difference for defining average spread orientation

What do they stand for?
For instance, I am working with shading scenes imported from T3 in a non-flat terrain (real topo scene). By default the system brings me to define +8 orientations. But I would like to define 3-4 main orientations and distribute them in 3-4 subarrays (unless terrain is very flat, which i prefer to define 1 average orientation-slope)

Dont know if i have explained...

BR Jose M (tecnun)

Author:  dtarin [ Wed Jun 24, 2020 1:06 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Project settings, shadings

- Discriminating orient difference between shading planes
I believe this can be thought of as the resolution to which PVsyst will define a unique orientation based on the difference with other sheds

- Maximum orient difference for defining average spread orientation
This parameter will be used to define the range for which an average value will be calculated and used for transposition.

See: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2524&p=6730&hilit=D ... anes#p6730

Author:  tecnun [ Wed Jun 24, 2020 12:51 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Project settings, shadings

Thanks Dtarin,

I m getting now the discriminating factor, eg if you have only 2 tables and they differ each other 1° if you choose 2° the system will consider them equal, but if you set it to 0,5° there will be 2 different orientations.

Concerning the other condition i stll have doubts. So if, going to the hereabove example, you add a third table wihich differs the other 2 more than 10° and you choose limitation of 10° what happen?

BR Tecnun

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