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msoren
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Duct Calculations are incorrect when removing a air terminal from a system

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09-25-2013 07:47 AM
I have created duct systems and everything works out well until I needed to remove a diffuser. when I removed the diffuser and associated duct/fittings the CFM for the system did not adjust to the new CFM. when I deleted just the diffuser the same thing occurred. However when I deleted just the fitting the CFM changed. I see nothing the family that would suggest it has a flow value associated with it so once the fitting is removed from the system it should correct itself Right? I'm I doing something wrong or is this another "feature" of Revit?
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Chris.Aquino
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Re: Duct Calculations are incorrect when removing a air terminal from a system

09-26-2013 12:14 PM in reply to: msoren
To help the community get a better idea of what is happening, please reply with a small sample file showing the behavior.


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msoren
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Registered: ‎12-10-2007
Message 3 of 4 (91 Views)

Re: Duct Calculations are incorrect when removing a air terminal from a system

09-27-2013 07:33 AM in reply to: Chris.Aquino

Attached is the issues that I am dealing with the issue seems to lay in the ability to select all and have both of the systems update the CFM.

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msoren
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Re: Duct Calculations are incorrect when removing a air terminal from a system

09-27-2013 07:33 AM in reply to: Chris.Aquino
 
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