Grasshopper

algorithmic modeling for Rhino

00 | Honeybee
01 | Daylight | Material
02 | Daylight | Light Source
03 | Daylight | Recipes
04 | Daylight | Daylight
05 | Energy | Building Program
06 | Energy | Material | Construction
07 | Energy | Schedule
08 | Energy | Set Zone Properties
09 | Energy | HVACSystems
10 | Energy | Energy
11 | THERM
12 | Developers
13 | WIP

Read_generation_system_results

Component Index > Honeybee > 13 | WIP > Read_generation_system_results

This component reads the results of an EnergyPlus simulation from the WriteIDF Component or any EnergyPlus result .csv file address. Note that, if you use this component without the WriteIDF component, you should make sure that a corresponding .eio file is next to your .csv file at the input address that you specify.
This component reads only the results related to Honeybee generation systems. For other results related to zones, you should use the "Honeybee_Read EP Result" for HVAC use the "Honeybee_Read EP HVAC Result" component and, for results related to surfaces, you should use the "Honeybee_Read EP Surface Result" component.

Inputs

NameIDDescriptionType
_resultFileAddress_resultFileAddressThe result file address that comes out of the WriteIDF component.Goo
_idfFileAddress_idfFileAddressThe IDF file address that comes out of the WriteIDF component.Goo

Outputs

NameIDDescriptionType
outReadme!The execution information, as output and error streamsString
totalelectdemandtotalelectdemandThe total electricity demand of the facility in KwhGoo
netpurchasedelectnetpurchasedelectThe net purchased electricity of the facility in Kwh - a negative value means that the facility produced surplus electricity and it was sold to the grid.Goo
generatorproducedenergygeneratorproducedenergyThe electricity produced by each Honeybee generator in the facilityGoo
financialdatafinancialdataThe financial data of the Honeybee generators in the facility.Goo

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