## Buildings.BoundaryConditions.WeatherData.Validation

Collection of validation models

### Information

This package contains models for validation of weather data models.

Extends from Modelica.Icons.ExamplesPackage (Icon for packages containing runnable examples).

### Package Content

Name | Description |
---|---|

DecemberToJanuary | Validation model for a data reader that has data spanning only some hours in December to January |

OverAYear_usingOneYearData | Validation model for a simulation extending with two months over one year but using data for only one year |

ReaderTMY3HDirNor | Test model for calculating the direct normal radiation |

ThreeYears_usingTwoYearData | Validation model for a simulation spanning three years but using only two years of data |

ThreeYears_usingTwoYearDataNegativeStart | Validation model for a simulation spanning three years, starting at a negative time and using only two years of data |

ThreeYears_usingTwoYearDataPositiveStart | Validation model for a simulation spanning three years, starting at a positive time and using only two years of data |

## Buildings.BoundaryConditions.WeatherData.Validation.DecemberToJanuary

Validation model for a data reader that has data spanning only some hours in December to January

### Information

This is a validation case for a data file that has a few incomplete days in December and goes into a few days into January. The data does not start and does not end at midnight.

Extends from Modelica.Icons.Example (Icon for runnable examples).

### Modelica definition

## Buildings.BoundaryConditions.WeatherData.Validation.OverAYear_usingOneYearData

Validation model for a simulation extending with two months over one year but using data for only one year

### Information

This is a validation case for a simulation extending with two months over one year, but using data for only one year.

The test script plots the dry bulb temperature for the days 0-10 and 365-375 for comparison.

Extends from Modelica.Icons.Example (Icon for runnable examples).

### Modelica definition

## Buildings.BoundaryConditions.WeatherData.Validation.ReaderTMY3HDirNor

Test model for calculating the direct normal radiation

### Information

This model tests the calculation of the direct normal radiation.
The instance `weaDatInpCon`

obtains the global horizontal and
the diffuse horizontal solar radiation from its inputs connectors.

Extends from Modelica.Icons.Example (Icon for runnable examples).

### Modelica definition

## Buildings.BoundaryConditions.WeatherData.Validation.ThreeYears_usingTwoYearData

Validation model for a simulation spanning three years but using only two years of data

### Information

This is a validation case for a simulation extending over three years, but using only two years of data with equidistant monthly values.

Extends from Modelica.Icons.Example (Icon for runnable examples).

### Modelica definition

## Buildings.BoundaryConditions.WeatherData.Validation.ThreeYears_usingTwoYearDataNegativeStart

Validation model for a simulation spanning three years, starting at a negative time and using only two years of data

### Information

This is a validation case for a simulation extending over six years starting at a negative start date, but using only two years of data with equidistant monthly values.

Extends from Buildings.BoundaryConditions.WeatherData.Validation.ThreeYears_usingTwoYearData (Validation model for a simulation spanning three years but using only two years of data).

### Modelica definition

## Buildings.BoundaryConditions.WeatherData.Validation.ThreeYears_usingTwoYearDataPositiveStart

Validation model for a simulation spanning three years, starting at a positive time and using only two years of data

### Information

This is a validation case for a simulation extending over six years starting at a positive start date, but using only two years of data with equidistant monthly values.

Extends from Buildings.BoundaryConditions.WeatherData.Validation.ThreeYears_usingTwoYearData (Validation model for a simulation spanning three years but using only two years of data).