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Duct annotation is a process for measuring and evaluating air flow in any building with ducts. It is a part of building code requirements and ensures that the air flow is being distributed evenly throughout the entire building.

Modify | Ducts tab Analysis panel Select a portion of ductwork in a view and click Modify | Ducts tab Analysis panel Duct/PipeSizing. Select a sizing method from the drop list in the Duct Sizing dialogue: Velocity, Friction, Equal Friction, or Static Regain.

Duct annotation can be used by different design engineers when they design a HVAC system. There are many benefits of using this tool, including making sure that there is no interference with their job and providing data for future maintenance or repairs done on your HVAC system.

Duct annotation is a process of labeling the ducts in a building to provide information to HVAC system. The flow of air in a building can also be recorded with duct annotation. It helps in picking up what is going on with the building’s HVAC system and how it can be improved.

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