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Re: [TRNSYS-users] Invalid floating point operation with TYPE56
- Date: Thu, 09 Dec 2004 10:38:59 -0600
- From: MichaŽl Kummert <kummert@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [TRNSYS-users] Invalid floating point operation with TYPE56
I am getting an 'Invalid floating point operation' error on a project
with TYPE 56 ( still TRNSYS15...). The building has 18 thermal zones.
Everything goes OK evaluating heating loads, but as soon as I try to
manage the cooling loads (Ntype31) within IISiBat together with the
heating demands (NType30) the 'Invalid floating point operation' aborts
the simulation at the very beguining. Since I had no problem with
buildings involving less thermal zones, and I really can not track the
origin of the error (no reported in list file), I was wondering whether
there was a limit of outputs to be managed by TYPE56+IISiBat. Any hint?
I dont't think a limit on the number of outputs would generate a
floating point error (more likely a range check error). One thing that
might happen is that to calculate some outputs Type 56 calls some
additional subroutines that cause the problem (this is assuming the only
difference between a project that crashes and a project that doesn't is
the outputs you have selected).
I remember some initialization problems in Type 56, you could try
changing the initial values (T and RH) in the BUI file, and you could
also try to change the Fortran configuration (Debug vs. Release) since
some of those bugs only affected one configuration.
Here again, all such known issues are fixed, which means that you should
send your project to your distributor if you are using the latest release.
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