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Supply Air Volume in Supply Air Requirements

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Two numbers for supply air volume are included in the Supply Air Requirements section of the HVAC load calculation report.

Required Supply CFM is calculated based upon the load in the room. It should always be a nonzero number.

Current Supply CFM is based upon the diffusers inserted in the room. If this is 0, it is most likely because there are no diffusers in the room.

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