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    airflow

    anyone have any info on airflow? particularly courses or books to learn about sizing and laying out ductwork? tks

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    Manual D is a good start.

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    won't fling the pdf's out in open forum, but if you manage to put an e-mail addy in that profile.????
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandyme View Post
    won't fling the pdf's out in open forum, but if you manage to put an e-mail addy in that profile.????
    Could you email them to me please?

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    Id like them as well. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgehvac View Post
    Id like them as well. Thanks
    no e-mail in profile.
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    hey just saw reply. i added email in profile. thanks a lot

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    Dandyme could you send them my way. TIA
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    Thank you.

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    Could you send them to me also Dandy?? Thank you very much i appreciate it!!

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    I love all the extra info!! Thanks

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    I've been researching airflow for a while. I would also start with ACCA Manual D also. I have come to believe that most residential installs have incorrect ductwork. There are numerous ways to measure airflow from relatively simple to equipment intensive. I would become very familiar with TESP (total external static pressure) TASP (total available static pressure) and friction ratios. Just keep reading and reading until the concepts become ingrained.

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    Sorry to pile on but I would like that info as well.

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