Then, Delphin6 input climate conditions only recognize the climate data format of ccd, but does not recognize the climate data format of C6b. show error
difficult to tell from afar, what the problem is. The error message indicates that DELPHIN has difficulties accessing the file - this can be due to missing permissions or a general path error.
Please try to start the command line solver with a project that uses the climate data file and post the output of the solver. Normally, an invalid C6B-file content should give appropriate error messages. If all fails, please send me the c6b file for inspection.
Thank you for your answer. I have uploaded the the climate data file（ccd and c6b）, hope to get your help.
A c6b climate data set represents a location and not a single climate components. Location data must be set in the climate location settings page of DELPHIN. A climate condition is for a single climate component. Here you can use the formats ccd, tsv and d6o.
Thank you for your answer. How to convert the climate data format of c6b to the climate data format of ccd？ Because the climate condition is for a single climate component using the formats ccd.
You can use the tool CCMEditor for extracting data from the c6b file. You can download it from our download site.
You can find a explanation for this tool here: https://www.bauklimatik-dresden.de/ccme ... index.html
A ccd file is a simple text file. You can create it by using a normal text editor. You will find a format description in.
If you have a location data set like a c6b file you can use this data in a boundary or field condition. The pictur above show a boundary condition for vapor diffusion. As climate for example is set '[Current location]::Temperature'. This is the temperature from the location data set.