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Balanced ducting

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Balanced ducting (post #193216)

Any recommendations on good books, etc for designing balanced ductwork for ERV/HRV applications. 

Duct design (post #193216, reply #1 of 4)

of any practical sense, is not really covered in a book. At least not that I have ever seen. I learned to design ductwork based on the "equal friction" method, by manual means (pencil, paper and a Trane Ductulator). SMACNA (sheet metal and airconditioner contractors national assocaition) http://www.smacna.org/ has some duct design manuals.

You may check on the websites of the manufacturers for non-commercial products like LifeBreath. Look for application guides and/or manuals.

Thanks for the reply.  Will (post #193216, reply #2 of 4)

Thanks for the reply.  Will check out your suggestions.

Just passing by (post #193216, reply #3 of 4)

Hello There,

Good day!

I would like to help you. I've got some ideas on what are the best designs that suits your needs. Here are those websites which can help most of the time. If you like, you can download here!

Links....

 

http://www.amazon.com/Manual-Commercial-Pressure-Velocity-System/dp/1892765020

http://www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/green-basics/forced-air-hvac-systems

http://www.gobookee.net/example-for-duct-static-pressure-calculation/

 

Truly yours,

AWE100

http://www.theawefactor.com


AWE (post #193216, reply #4 of 4)

It's been almost 3years, where you been?  Your expertise could be of help here if you use it wisely.

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