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magnolouis
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Pressure Drop Tagging

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01-20-2014 03:19 AM

Hi All,

 

My Firm is just new and we are trying to implement a fully BIM Projects and right now My BIM Manager is working out on the Pressure Loss Report which Revit "Automatically produce" but our question is how to include Pressure Drop value in the Tagging? We tried doing the right way but it wont show even on the Duct Branches or in the Main Duct run is the multiple values has something to do with this?

 

Any Comments will be very much apprciated

 

Thank you...

 

L.Magno

 

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me
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Re: Pressure Drop Tagging

01-21-2014 04:01 AM in reply to: magnolouis

Hi L.Magno,

 

I think there are 2 solutions:

 

1. Annotate - Color Fill - Duct Legend - Pressure Drop

 

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2. Modify - Split Element to divide your Ducts to smaller parts

 

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Hope these solutions will help!

Yours respectfully,
Alex Vysotskiy

e-mail: me@AVysotskiy.com
Blog (english): http://AlexVysotskiy.com/
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Re: Pressure Drop Tagging

01-22-2014 03:46 AM in reply to: me
Thanks Alex We done the same thing..

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