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  1. Hello Maggie, can you send your WTG file to me (duncan.heathfield@wasptechnical.dk), and I can try to work out what is the problem.
  2. Hello, I'm very happy to hear that Morten's clever workaround was what you needed, Windfrosch. We have just made some changes to the wind farm in the soon-to-be-released WAsP 12.3, but there was no opportunity to implement support for your requirement. We will keep in mind for the future. It would be interesting to know if this is something that many users need. Best wishes, Duncan.
  3. Time goes by so fast! So many unfulfilled feature requests... This one is currently underway and will be released as WAsP 12.3 in the summer. Duncan.
  4. This message was originally posted on 2018-01-05. The text became unavailable for some reason, so I am re-posting it now. Hello automators, Happy New Year for 2018. I wonder if you all noticed the interesting news which accompanied the release of WAsP 12 last month? WAsP 12 is being released With a new licence, called the "suite" or "bundle" licence. It's different because it includes WASP, WAT and WAsP Engineering, and it's now an annual subscription. What's more, the new licence allows by default full developer access to the WAsP object model. You no longer need to buy a special de
  5. Hello, I've never heard of this before. Which version of WAsP are you using? I think we'll need to have your project (or at least your grid) in order to debug this. Can you email to WAsP support . As for Duncan in your message and it will be assigned to me. We'll open a support case. Duncan.
  6. Hello again Vob, Sorry again for the delay. I finally had time to look into this properly. IRveaProductionRose.SectorForIndex(SectorIndex).GrossContribution is calculated by folding the power curve with the Weibull distribution for that sector, using a gamma function integration. The result is multiplied with the number of hours in a year, and then multiplied by the sector frequency. IRveaProductionRose.SectorForIndex(SectorIndex).ProductionDistribution.ProductionForSpeed(Speed) is the probability of that speed (from the Weibull distribution), multiplied by the power for that speed (rea
  7. Hi Vob, Sorry that no-one has responded to your question yet. I'll try to explain whatever you're seeing. To simplify things, could you maybe send me a WAsP workspace which shows the confusing data? Then I can make sure that I am answering the right question. I don't need your automation code: just tell me which property of which object you're accessing and I'll work through an explanation of the numbers. Send to duncan.heathfield@wasptechnical.dk. Best wishes, Duncan.
  8. This was WAsP 12, but AFAIK, it would be the same in earlier versions too. We have not added this code recently. Can you send me your workspace? Open a case at by emailing waspsupport@dtu.dk and ask that it is assigned to Duncan. Attach your workspace. Duncan.
  9. Hello, In the WAsP main program, the units are automatically chosen, and the value rescaled for display. I made a simple low-yield turbine and used it with a standard case, and the display changed to show kWh. Check out the screen shot here: http://wasptechnical.dk/Services/Redirect.aspx?token=838c8aec-5188-4771-9f6d-0a3f0c404b51 Is this what you mean? Duncan.
  10. Hello, Thia code is not currently open source and I am not aware of any plans to make it so. Do you hope to compile it yourself, or can you work with a compiled binary (*.so) file? There's a chance that could be available in the months ahead. Do you need to get the simulator results only, or are you wanting to build a visualisation application too? We're very keen to support new applications of the WAsP models, but it can be complicated. Maybe you should contact us to discuss this further. Email me, if you like. duncan.heathfield@wasptechnical.dk
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    Hi Kabit, Yes, you can rest assured that the licence will be fine. The licence lives on our licence server database. If you have lost the file we sent you to register your licence on your PC, then don't worry: we can send you a new one. HTH, Duncan.
  12. Hello automators, Happy New Year for 2018. I wonder if you all noticed the interesting news which accompanied the release of WAsP 12 last month? (http://www.wasp.dk/news/nyhed?id=2D6968F1-C4AC-44DA-9E6E-FBA9A6D35A3C) WAsP 12 is being released with a new licence, called the "suite" or "bundle" licence. It's different because it includes WAsP, WAT and WAsP Engineering, and it's now an annual subscription. What's more, the new licence allows by default full developer access to the WAsP object model. You no longer need to buy a special developer licence. This means that if you develop s
  13. Phil, I'm delighted to hear that you find the feature so useful. Let's get it working for you again. There have been some problems with southern hemisphere information in a recent releases, and I thought that it was all sorted in the latest release. There is an updated wasp suite installer at http://www.wasp.dk/Download/WAsP12-Suite-Installer which includes a slightly newer build of WAsP 11. You could try that. If no joy, then we'll need to have a look at your workspace. In that case, email me at duncan.heathfield@wasptechnical.dk and we'll set up a support casae. Cheers, Duncan.
  14. Hello, which version of WAsP are you using? There was a problem with a recent update which meant that some workspaces were not getting the projection correctly restored. I think in that case, if you set the map projection again for the vector map (by hand) then it should work. This doesn't sound like a Google Earth related problem, more like something to do with our projection transformation work. Our code generates KML and then launches Google Earth to display that. If GE is responding at all, then GE is working. If the information rendered is wrong in some way (like the wrong hemisphere)
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