New city

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  • #107

    michel_123
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    Hi,
    Is it possible to enter a new city (Saguenay, QC, Canada). I live North of Quebec city latitude 48 degrees. Sun is a little lower than Quebec but it is definitely colder. I could edit the database if I knew what to do.

    Regards,

    #108

    Charles Xie
    Keymaster

    Here is an example for the rough weather data I use in Energy3D:

    Montreal, Canada -73.56, 45.50, 119, -17, -7, -15, -4, -8, 1, 0, 10, 6, 18, 10, 23, 13, 25, 12, 24, 7, 19, 1, 12, -3, 4, -12, -3, 83, 113, 135, 158, 203, 233, 248, 233, 165, 128, 75, 68

    The format is:

    City, country, longitude, latitude, elevation, average lowest temperature in January, average highest temperature in January, …, average lowest temperature in December, average highest temperature in December, average sunshine hours in January, …, average sunshine hours in December

    Once you send the data to me or post it here, I can include in the software.

    #109

    michel_123
    Participant

    Hi,Find the data for a new city.
    Roberval, Canada, 48.52, 72.27, 179, -22, -11, -19, -8, -12, -1, -3, 7, 4, 16, 10, 22, 13, 24, 12, 23, 7, 17, 1, 10, -6, 1, -15, -6, 97, 124, 165, 167, 217, 245, 251, 233, 154, 106, 72, 76

    #112

    Charles Xie
    Keymaster

    Your town has been added in V8.5.4. The software should automatically update itself. Thanks for your contribution.

    #113

    michel_123
    Participant

    Awesome!
    Thank you very much.

    #114

    michel_123
    Participant

    Hi,
    There is an error in August when I simulate for both Roberval and Quebec city. There is a heating significant demand in August while the environmental data shows temperature well above the thermostat set point.

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