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Fri, Apr 6, 2018 at 5:54:25 PM | create a plumbing fixture count schedule




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I would like to create a plumbing fixture COUNT schedule based on occupant load and area. How do I insert these formulas or math into my schedule parameters, when i Create a new field?


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Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 3:06:55 PM | create a plumbing fixture count schedule



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TBH I'm not too clear what you are asking but if you have a Revit model and you placed numerous plumbing fixtures within that model, then you can create a schedule that lists all of those plumbing fixtures as follows:1) View Tab - Create Section - Schedules Tool Dropdown & select Schedule/ Quantities.

2) In New Schedule window that appears, Select Plumbing Fixtures ( Note: The plumbing fixtures you placed in the model should be a plumbing fixture family category.)

3) In Schedule Propoerties window that appears, go through the available fields ( parameters) on the left hand side and move them across using the arrow in the middle. 

4)You can create calculated values using the Fx button in the middle also.

5) Set remaining tabs to sort and filter your parameters.


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Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 10:55:36 PM | create a plumbing fixture count schedule




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I think the OP is looking for a schedule that will calculate the required # of plumbing fixtures based on areas/occupant load.   Are you using schedule now to calculate the occupant load for the building based on areas (i.e. from rooms)?  If so, I think you could extend that to also calculate the required plumbing fixtures.  A little complicated to explain here...

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Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 6:08:32 AM | create a plumbing fixture count schedule




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When you create your schedule, there is an option to 'Select available fields from:'.  There you can select other fields, such as 'Room' or 'Space' parameters rather than just the 'Plumbing fixtures'.

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