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Preparing a Report
After you have defined a physical model with materials and boundary conditions and the calculation is complete, you can generate a report based on the analysis. You can switch to the report page by clicking on the appropriate tab just below the work area:
All reports are based on a template, in which the general appearance of the reports can be determined based on standardized report pages. The creation of such templates are explained in lesson 6.
There are two types of report pages: 1. Master Reports; 2. normal pages:
•On the Master pages you can insert objects that should appear on all normal pages.
•On the normal Report pages (Report 1, Report 2, ...) you generate specific analyses.
•Heat flux fields
•Relative humidity field
•Uf-value, if the object is a window frame according to EN ISO 10077-2
•Ufr-value and Ueg-value, if it is a window frame according to ISO 15099
•Usb-value, if the object is a roller shutter box according to EN ISO 10077-2
•U joint value according to EN ISO 12631
•Legends of the materials and boundary conditions used in the model
•Materials and boundary conditions used in the model
The visible view of the result object can be adjusted with the Crop tool () in order to display, for example, only the critical domain.
Aside from the object properties, you can calculate and display different results with the results tools:
• U-Value tool (Parallel Layers, Equivalent U-Value, Frame Uf-Value, UTJ Joint, Frame Ufr-value and Ueg-value, Roller Shutter Box U-Value)
• Psi-Value tool (1 Component, 2 Components, 3 Components, user defined, Edge/Spacer)
You can activate the results tools from the Toolbox flyout or through the Results menu.
To display additional information, and to prepare and arrange reports, the following tools are at your disposal:
Activating the arrangement tools can either be done from the Toolbox flyout or via the Insert menu. With the menu command Insert.Picture... you can insert pictures into the report. With the menu command Insert.Field... you can insert fields for page numbers, current saved date, etc., which will be automatically refreshed. With the menu command Insert.Object, you can insert text and spreadsheet objects.
The properties of the tools can be defined in the options dialog window (cf. Tools.Options... or category Application>Tools). The properties of the generated results (i.e. local temperatures) can be determined in the Properties flyout and the graphic properties in the Styles dialog window. The result styles can be found in the Styles flyout.
After finishing a report, you can either print the report or display it as a preview before printing. You can find those commands under the File menu.