Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Sizing duct, part of Revit 2021: Essential Training for MEP.
- So you can size your duct one of two ways, … you can grab your ductulator and do it on your own … or you can let Revit do it. … In this case, I'd like to see how Revit does it. … We can zoom in on my duct work. … Now in this case, I'm going to take a couple guesses … and I'm going to see if I'll split my duct. … So I'm going to type "SL" for split and I'd like to see … a reducer show up here. … And if Revit wants to add one, I want to tell them … to add it here. … So I'll type "SL" again, select this piece of duct, pick it, … okay, hit "escape" a few times. … Now hover over any one of these pieces of duct work … on your supply, hit "tab," hit "tab" again, hit "tab" again, … and it's going to select that entire system, select it. … Now let's click on "duct pipe sizing" right here. … Sizing method, we could do it by velocity, friction, equal … or a static regain. … We'll keep an eye on velocity, add 100 FPM. … We'll calculate it "size only" for branch sizing. … Let's click "okay." … "Tap must be attached to a duct" and it's highlighting …
Skill Level Beginner
1. Starting a Revit Project
2. Revit Electrical
3. Revit Mechanical
4. Revit Plumbing
5. Revit Workflow
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