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Wed, Aug 15, 2007 at 2:52:09 PM | Help with Revit MEP

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I am currently designing an HVAC system in a trial building, however, I am unable to get the Actual Supply Airflow to change when i place my air terminals. This is very important because I have already created the schedule that I need for the construction documents. Ive read the entire section in the users manual, no help. somebody anybody pleeeeeease help.


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Wed, Aug 15, 2007 at 3:12:55 PM | Help with Revit MEP

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ok so anyone who has a problem seeing the actual supply air, dont be stupid like me and spend hours racking your brain, its easy as changing the upper limit. as carlos says, im a deedahdee haha

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Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 3:48:22 PM | Help with Revit MEP

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I have changed the upper limit for my spaces, however I cannot get my return air to show up in the "actual" column. The actual supply air shows up. The only difference that I can see, is that my return is a plenum return and is unducted. I tested this with an exhaust system in the same space. Unducted the exhaust will show in the calculated column, ducted to an exhaust fan, it shows up in the actual airflow. Since you conquered the original problem, have you got any thoughts on this? a plenum return is a fairly common system and I would like to schedule my air balance.

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