The Division2 sheet in the HVAC.xls workbook defines the reference data in the Catalog for a division feature, which is a component that divides the HVAC rectangular duct into two ducts along the width of duct. The division feature has three ports: the original duct port and the resulting two ducts ports.
Type the part number for the division feature. An example is DivisionW2.
Type the symbol definition for the division feature.
Type the face width of the damper for the division feature.
Type the face depth of the damper for the division feature.
Type the component type for the division feature.
Type a description for the division feature.
Type the width of the division feature.
Type the depth of the division feature.
Type a description of the cell associated with the division feature.
Type the dimension of the cell for the division feature.
For the remaining properties, (i) indicates an integer corresponding to a nozzle number assigned to the cross section. This method avoids a lengthy listing for all possibilities, like Nozzle(1):CrossSection, Nozzle(2):CrossSection, and Nozzle(3):CrossSection for three possible nozzles. When you type the nozzle properties in the workbook, substitute a number for i to assign the nozzle to the appropriate property.
Identify the cross section for the particular nozzle. OCS-6X4 is an example.
Type the coded end preparation for the nozzle. Examples of end preparations include Threaded, Screwed, Plain End, Welded, Bolted, Female, Male, and Ferule. In the reference data, a number represents each type of end preparation (for example, 1 for Threaded, 2 for Screwed and so on).
Type the thickness of the nozzle.
Type the flange width for the nozzle.
Type the flow direction for the nozzle.
Type the depth of the port for the nozzle.
Type the offset value for the component.