This rule is designed to check the accessibility of windows from different perspectives. Currently, it checks only the height of sill.
To use this rule, you must classify spaces by usage.
The rule parameters are:
Classification used for classifying spaces. Classification names are set in the Windows Requirements table.
The required window sill height and other requirements for windows given space usage classifications. Space usage classification can be done in the Classification View. Asterisk (*) can be used as classification or as a part of the classification.
The requirements are configured in a dialog where you can select which requirements apply to a given space classification and the parameters of each requirement. The dialog can be opened by double clicking a requirement cell in the table.
The possible requirements are:
No Windows at the End of Corridors: This requirement checks that there are no windows at the end of a corridor.
Analysing the results:
The rule uses two-level categorization in results. The main level category is the construction type of the window or undefined if it is not defined. The second category level is the type of the issue. The rule creates following types of issues:
Too High Sill
Windows at the End of Corridor
The rule does not have a report.
The rule does not have any tools.