Basically i have different mass models placed for each level of buildings for one building and have 5 different houses in project which is all made of masses. I need to take volumes and floor area of each mass but before that i must divide and filter all these masses in project in this order (First is house number, second is level , balcony/terrace or other area) and all these parameters are given for each mass component in project and i need to filter and divide based on these parameters. I have done it but the script is so heavy. As you can see in the picture with red marekd area shows i filtered all masses for different house number and in next picture showed how i did this filtering. I know there will be easy method for filtering which will make script small for which i need your help.
@shershahbacha9 you certainly are doing it completely wrong
But you’ll need to upload relevant files, without which it would be difficult to help.
Yes i knew it was wrong and unprofessional.
ok lemme tell you in detail. I have 5 different houses all made of masses as shown in Picture A1. After that the components masses in each house are grouped by floor level (Geschoss) and other parameter R/S which shows its terrace/balcony or not. In Picture A2, you can see each mass when selected has these parameters Kommentare (R/S), Bauteil (House number) and Geschoss (floor level).
My task is to get volume, surface area and paerime
In picture A4 and A4.1Home.dyn (1.4 MB) , the green colored shows that long and unprofessional method of doing it , while in blue group on left side , now i am trying to do it shortly with help of long lists keeping focus on lacing. Picture A5 shows how i am dividing all masses to their houses, floor levels etc.
Also for getting surface area and wall parameter areas what i am doing is i explode the solid. In 6 surfaces, the first and last surfaces are the bottom and top surfaces respectively. So i separate ist and last surfaces from rest 4. The rest 4 i can find surface areas and that are my wall perimeter areas. The first two surfaces (which are bottom and top respectively). i take the bottom surface from it and take its surface area. Is it right or we do have other good method for extracting these things from solid cuboid.
i have uploaded the file named Home.dyn