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How do I set up the zone schedule?

LeeJaeYoung
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It has an area of 10X10. It is based on the REFERENCE LINE (center of the core), and I am trying to subtract the area with FILL.
But how do I set it up in SCHEDULE?
Measured Area can be used as the area of the wall centerline.
The area of the Fill minus the area cannot be obtained.

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21.7454 - 5.3200 = 16.4254

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Barry Kelly
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The 'Reduced area' and 'Calculated Area' fields in the schedule should give you the correct values.

It is working for me.

 

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Barry.


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But because you are taking your zones to the centres of the wall, the reduced and calculated areas are probably being affected by the wall areas as well.

 

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1. 100  - 4 = 96

 

 

2. Where is the unit of Schedule specified?

I can't adjust them one by one...
It should not happen suddenly and then change again.
I'd appreciate it if you could tell me exactly which one it is.

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calculate unit

plain millimeter

 

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can you show me how you did it

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Solution

Because your wall are inside the zone boundary, they will also be deducted from the measured area.

Try a zone with no walls (manual zone).

In that last image where you have shown the zone and you have added a fill, make sure you now 'Update' the zone.

 

Schedule units are in the 'Calculation' units, not the 'Working' units.

 

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Barry.


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Barry.


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If I don't have a wall, I can get the same price as you.
However, it should not be calculated based on the wall reference line.
The solution is not to convert.
Because everything is changed to the standard inside the wall, you have to move it back to the center line or draw a new one.
If you turn off the wall, an error is handled, and if you turn it on, the wall becomes a problem in the calculation.

It seems to me that only manual, not automatic, is possible. Is this correct?

AC25 5010 / AC26 4019 on window 11

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this is the only way
thank you

AC25 5010 / AC26 4019 on window 11

Disabling automatics, which will be used most by most people, is the difficult part for me to understand.

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