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    revit mep problem

    I have a problem, and I wonder is it possible to solve it.
    I was created a space, and I created a zone, and in zone i define a Air per change , and i was a define a volume this zone.
    We know that is : air per change multiplie with Volume this zone= gives me air flow who i need to give a zone in m3/h.
    is it possible when i clik on air terminals supply difuser , supply difuser automat. calculate this value, and when i put supply difuser on diffrent zone, this value change.

    #2
    i feel Diffuser may not calculate the flow of air.Designer have to define the air flow required in the Zone than to particular space (looking into the use of space).

    Sonam

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      #3
      That's what I thought, thank you very much.

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