
Results reportThe Results report provides the output related to boundary conditions applied and shows results for coldest surface points of each respective space and includes their temperatures, coordinates and temperature weighting factors also. Calculation of evaluation results dependant on boundary conditions is requested by applying these values from the Boundary Conditions window. The results offered by this report are used for the assessment of fulfilling (or failing) the condensation and mould growth avoidance criteria (see EN ISO 13788). For each space the application automatically locates points of lowest surface temperature and outputs its coordinates. Also gvalues (the weighting factors) are calculated and output. Along temperatures of coldest surface points the application outputs respective dew point values (maximum noncondensing air humidity) also [1]. Respective values are calculated according to formulas of partial pressure as defined in EN ISO 13788:2002. The evaluation is executed on top of base solutions solved and superposed with respective boundary conditions (reported by the number of equations or cells solved) then further refined to the super fine solution (reported by the number of nodes evaluated). Boundary conditions and critical resultsFor each space connected to the model following results information is offered:
The temperature factor f^{*}_{Rsi} will be evaluated against the space with the lowest temperature Θ_{e} (i.e. that space will be assumed to be "exterior") and calculated according to standard by the definition f^{*}_{Rsi} = (θ^{*}_{Rsi} − θ_{e})/(θ_{i} − θ_{e}) . Remark: In a two space case temperature factors f^{*}_{Rsi} will be output in addition to temperature weighting factors g  calculated for points of lowest temperatures of surface of each space. The temperature factor f^{*}_{Rsi} can be used as construction characteristic indicator only when two boundary conditions are applied. When three or more boundary conditions (spaces, power sources) are involved then the standard requires using of temperature weighting factors g because f^{*}_{Rsi} is not suitable in such cases!. Remark: The output of temperature factors f^{*}_{Rsi} will be suppressed if the application setting "f_{Rsi}  TwoSpace only evaluation" is turned on and there are more than exactly two temperature boundary conditions involved in the model.
If heat sources are also modelled:
Remark: The assessment of further extreme values (e.g. temperatures) at all surfaces and within interiors of all power sources is provided within the 2^{nd} part of this report too. Weighting Factors (gvalues) of coldest space pointsThe weighting factors (gvalues) will be output as a matrix for the coldest point of every space. Every column of the matrix displays gvalues for the coldest point of the space surface named in the column heading. Weighting factors g are characteristic for respective points of the construction and their value is independent from any boundary conditions. The summation of gvalues of a point multiplied by the respective boundary condition results in the temperature of that point. Under the assumption that the location of extreme poles will not change under different boundary conditions one can easily calculate the resulting temperature at these varied boundary conditions. Remark: The sum over all gvalues belonging to temperature boundary conditions at specific point (sum of values in one column without those belonging to heat sources) is always 1. Remark: If the number of matrix columns output shall overrun the page width then the output of overrunning matrix columns is continued in groups one below the other. Coordinates of coldest surface pointsThe listing of points of lowest space surface temperatures for each space shows point coordinates, the respective surface temperature, the dew point and the temperature factor f^{*}_{Rsi} also. Condensation and Mould Growth Assessment CriteriaIf requested by the application setting "f_{Rsi,min} design factors  Warn if undercut" (on by default) AnTherm will automatically evaluate the assessment of the f^{*}_{Rsi} values by comparing actual values of f^{*}_{Rsi} to their design values for condensation free and mouldgrowth free constructions (also set within application settings).
In addition, if either of the design values are undercut at any space surface there will be warning message displayed at the end of this report:
If the criteria is fulfilled on the other hand following confirmation will be printed:
Remark: The output of temperature factors f^{*}_{Rsi} will be suppressed if the application setting "f_{Rsi}  TwoSpace only evaluation" is turned on and there are more than exactly two temperature boundary conditions involved in the model. Probe Points reportThe Probe Points report us used for the output of temperatures at chosen probe points at currently applied boundary conditions . The report outputs temperatures at points (coordinates x,y,z) defined in the window "Probe Points". For each point given the application outputs coordinates (values of x,y,z) and the value of calculated temperature. If required a trilinear interpolation is used to calculate temperature exactly at any point of the model from node values available at the super fine grid. If the chosen point is located at some space surface the respective dew point (maximum noncondensing air humidity) is calculated and output in %. If the chosen point is located outside of the boundaries of the construction only its coordinates are output. Remark: The report includes points of lowest and highest surface temperature for each space surface automatically – space name, space temperature, dew point and f^{*}_{Rsi }value (if applicable) are output – same as in Results report. Remark: The output of temperature factors f^{*}_{Rsi} will be suppressed if the application setting "f_{Rsi}  TwoSpace only evaluation" is turned on and there are more than exactly two temperature boundary conditions involved in the model. Remark: If there are power sources contained within the model this report also includes points of lowest and highest temperature within each power source (to assess overheating for example). If there is solution of vapour diffusion available also, values of saturation and partial pressure are also output at each point: If the current value of partial pressure is higher then saturation pressure, a star (*) is shown adjacent to the partial pressure value  this shall alert on possible condensation risk at this respective point.
Remark: Shall partial solution be only available to the report (e.g. some base solution yet not calculated finally, spaces without thermal connection with the model, etc.) the respective result fields will be left empty. Please consider checking the input data or rerunning the solver and checking the output shown within the solver window in such situation. A report can be:
See Toolbar of a Report window See also: Coupling Coefficients and Precision report, Toolbar of a Report window, Evaluation windows, Evaluation and Results, Results 3D window, Please Wait window, Temperature Factor fRsi, EN ISO 10211, EN ISO 13788, Mould growth assessment criterion, Condensation assessment criterion 
