All my piping was drawn at center justification with an elevation of 10'0". However, I need to change it so that the bottom of pipe is at 10'-0". I do not want to have to manually calculate the new bottom of pipe dimension for each size pipe obviously but there does not appear to be a way to change the justification after the pipe is already drawn.
Do you know how I can accomplish this?
My initial thought is to do something like the following :
Of course, this won't fix everything - i.e., if you have concentric reducers, you will need to swap them out for eccentric reducers, etc... but at least you don't need to re-layout and re-compute the new pipe elevation.
The next entry in the series of Revit MEP Calculations is the Heating and Cooling load calculations. Please let us know if there is additional information that you would like to see, if you feel that there is anything wrong, or if there is information that needs to be explained better.
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