Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding return duct, part of Revit 2021: Essential Training for MEP.
[Instructor] Adding return ducts … is done exactly the same way we add supply ducts. … We start with our VAV, then we work back to our diffusers. … To get through this video, we're going to … accomplish multiple tasks. … First we're going to add our return diffusers, … then our main ducts. … Then, we're going to branch out to them … just like we did in the last video. … So let's jump into Revit, … let's zoom into this area right in here. … What I'd like to do is add some return diffusers … so let's go to our systems tab, … let's go to air terminal, … and we'll just choose one that's here. … Let's scroll up until we find return diffuser … 24 by 24 face, 12 by 12 connection. … So that, of course, would be 610 millimeters … by 305 millimeters. … Same problem; we need to set our elevation. … So let's go ahead and set our elevation to … eight feet, that would be 2438 millimeters. … Now we can add this somewhere, … like I'm going to hover over this grid line, … hit my space bar, we can drop it on in. …
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