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Pressure drop calculation / system inspector

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02-25-2013 05:36 PM

I've been able to successfully generate a pressure drop report for a few systems in my project.  I have an exhaust system that appears to be well-connected, but after running the pressure drop calculator have found that a negative airflow(?) has crept into the system for some reason.  Why would this happen?  It is a fairly simple exhaust system with two grilles, ductwork, an exhaust fan and a louver.



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Re: Pressure drop calculation / system inspector

02-28-2013 12:47 PM in reply to: bcpratt

To give the community a better idea of what you are seeing, please post a stripped down sample file showing this behavior.

Chris Aquino
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