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Standards for Duct Sizing and Duct Details 022506

Standards for Duct Sizing and Duct Details 022506

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Prepared by: JSBPrepared On: 03/11/02Revised By: JSBRevised On: 02/26/06
STANDARD FOR DUCT SIZING Page 1 2/25/06
C:\Documents and Settings\jamesb\My Documents\FORMS\STANDARDS FOR DUCT SIZING AND DUCT DETAILS 022506.doc
STANDARDS FOR DUCT SIZING AND DUCT DETAILS
YOU MUST USE THE WRITTEN CRITERIA AS OUTLINED BY THE PRODUCT MANAGER ON ANY GIVEN PROJECTREGARDLESS OF THE STANDARD, OTHERWISE USE THE FOLLOWING:1.
USE ONLY EVEN DUCT SIZES FOR DESIGN UNLESS APPROVED IN WRITING BY THE PROJECTMANAGER. ALL DUCTWORK SHALL BE SIZED USING A TRANE DUCTULATOR, ONLY UNLESSOTHERWISE APPROVED IN WRITING BY THE PROJECT MANAGER.
2. CONSTANT OR VARIABLE VOLUME SUPPLY AIR SYSTEMS: (MULTIZONE, DOUBLE DUCT, SHUTOFFVAV)A. TRUNK DUCTS FROM AHU TO EXTERIOR ZONES: MAX. S.P. = 0.10” W.G., MAX VELOCITY = 1500FPM. DUCTWORK SIZED AT THIS VELOCITY SHOULD HAVE NO BRANCH DUCTS TO DIFFUSERS.REDUCE DUCT VELOCITY BEFORE CONNECTING ANY DIFFUSERS.B. TRUNK DUCTS TO INTERIOR ZONES AND EXTERIOR ZONE DUCT WHERE TAKEOFFS TODIFFUSERS ARE CONNECTED: MAX. S.P. = 0.08, MAX VELOCITY – 1200 FPM.3. VARIABLE VOLUME PRIMARY AIR SYSTEMS/CONSTANT VOLUME SECONDARY AIR SYSTEMS:A. PRIMARY AIR DUCTS, AHU TO TAP FOR VAV DEVICES: MAX S.P. = 0.12” WG, MAX VELOCITY – 1800FPM.B. TAP TO VAV TERMINALS: MAX S.P. 0.10” WG, MAX VELOCITY – 1500 FPM.C. CONSTANT VOLUME SECONDARY DUCTWORK: MAX S.P. = 0.08” WG, MAX VELOCITY = 1200 FPM.4. SIZE BRANCH DUCTS: MAX S.P. = 0.08, MAX VELOCITY - 1200 FPM.A. 90º RECTANGULAR BRANCH DUCT CONNECTION TO TRUNK DUCT IS USED FOR ONE OUTLETONLY AND FOR A VERY SHORT DISTANCE TO CONNECT, SIDEWALL REGISTERS, ETC., AN AIREXTRACTOR MUST BE INSTALLED AT THE STRAIGHT TRUNK DUCT CONNECTION.
IT IS PREFERRED TO USE AN “EXPANDED TAP” IN LIEU OF STRAIGHT TAP.
90º Straight Branch90º Expanded Tap*
*The scoop damper may bereplaced with a balancing damper inthebranch.
 
 
STANDARD FOR DUCT SIZING Page 2 2/25/06
C:\Documents and Settings\jamesb\My Documents\FORMS\STANDARDS FOR DUCT SIZING AND DUCT DETAILS 022506.doc
B. ROUND DUCT CONNECTIONS TO TRUNK DUCT AT 90º ARE USED FOR A SHORT DISTANCE AND TOONE DIFFUSER ONLY.C. 45º CONNECTIONS TO TRUNK DUCTS ARE USED FOR AIR QUANTITIES OF 500 TO 1,000 CFM ANDFOR ONE DIFFUSER ONLY AND 500 TO 1,000 CFM FOR SLOTS.D. SPLIT TRUNK DUCTS AND INSTALL SPLITTER DAMPER (CONSTANT VOLUME SYSTEM) WHEREBRANCH DUCT SERVES MORE THAN ONE DIFFUSER OR BRANCH DUCT HAS A LARGE AIRQUANTITY. SEE DUCT SPLIT DETAILS, IEMS 29 AND 30.5. CONNECTIONS TO DIFFUSERS SHOULD BE APPROXIMATELY 600 FPM. USE DIFFUSER NECK SIZEFROM BRANCH DUCT TO DIFFUSER IF POSSIBLE. CHECK DIFFUSER STATIC PRESSURE DROP FORCFM AND BRANCH DUCT OR FLEX SIZE.6. SIZE PLENUMS ABOVE LINEAR DIFFUSERS AT 600 FPM WITH SUPPLY TAPS TO PLENUMAPPROXIMATELY 12’-0” O.C.DIVIDE THE TOTAL AIR VOLUME FOR THE PLENUM BY THE QUANTITY OF TAPS INTO THE PLENUM. DIVIDETHE RESULT IN HALF (ASSUMING EQUAL SPACING ON TAPS) IN HALF AND BY 600 FPM. DIVIDE THE AREA(SF) BY THE TAP DIAMETER OR HEIGHT TO DETERMINE THE WIDTH OF THE PLENUM. REFER TOFOLLOWING EXAMPLE.
EXPANDED TAP WITHSCOOPDAMPERPREFERRED
 
 
STANDARD FOR DUCT SIZING Page 3 2/25/06
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EXAMPLE:
2400 CFM OF SUPPLY AIR1. DIVIDE THE AIR QUANTITY BY THE NUMBER OF TAPS.TAP AIR QUANTITY = 2400 CFM ÷ 2 = 1200 CFM2. DIVIDE THE TAP AIR QUANTITY IN HALF (ASSUMING THE TAPS ARE EQUALLYSPACED).1200 ÷ 2 = 600 CFM3. DIVIDE THE AIR QUANTITY ABOVE (600 CFM) BY 600 FPM TO DETERMINE THEPLENUM CROSS SECTIONAL AREA.CROSS SECTIONAL AREA = 600 CFM ÷ 600 FPM = 1.0 SQ.FT. (144 SQ.IN.)4. DIVIDE THE CROSS SECTIONAL AREA BY THE TAP DIAMETER OR HEIGHT ONRECTANGULAR DUCTS PLUS INSULATION THICKNESS:PLENUM WIDTH = 144 SQ.IN. ÷ 14 IN. (12 IN. DIAMETER TAP WITH 1 IN. THICKINSULATION) = 10.3 IN. USE 11 IN.5. PLENUM WILL BE 14 IN. HIGH X 11 IN. WIDE INSIDE CLEAR.
A DETAIL SHOULD BE PROVIDED INDICATING HOW THE LINEAR DIFFUSER IS CONNECTED TO THE PLENUM. ALSO, THE PLENUM WOULD NORMALLY BE INSULATED SO ONE MUST VERIFY THAT THE SELECTED DIMENSIONS INCLUDING THE INSULATION WILL FIT THE SPACE AVAILABLE. IT MAYBE NECESSARY TO REDUCE THE SIZE OF THE PLENUM BY REDUCING THE SIZE OF THE TAPS WHICH WOULD INCREASE THE QUANTITY OF TAPS.
 7. SIZE RISERS AS FOLLOWS:TREATED O.A. SUPPLY: MAX S.P. = 0.10” MAX VEL = 1500 FPMRAW O.A. SUPPLY: MAX S.P. = 0.10” MAX VEL = 1500 FPMTOILET EXHAUST: MAX S.P. = 0.10” MAX VEL = 1500 FPMRELIEF AIR: MAX S.P. = 0.15” MAX VEL = 2000 FPMSMOKE EXHAUST: MAX S.P. = 0.15” MAX VEL = 2000 FPMSIZE BRANCH CONNECTION ON EACH FLOOR AT 0.10” WG FOR OUTSIDE AIR SUPPLY AND EXHAUSTDUCT TO RISER.8. ANYTIME YOU DRAW A DUCT ON ANY JOB, KNOW THAT IT WILL FIT IN THE SPACE YOU ARE SHOWINGIT, INCLUDING BRACING, INSULATION AND COORDINATE IT WITH OTHER TRADES.9. ALL KITCHEN EXHAUST DUCTWORK SHALL HAVE RADIUS ELBOW (90
˚
AND 45
˚
) WITH NO TURNINGVANES. SIZE BASED ON VELOCITY (FPM) AS INDICATED IN CODE BUT NOT LESS THAN 2000 FPM.10. SPECIAL EXHAUST SYSTEMS (LABORATORY EXHAUST, CAR EXHAUST PIPE SYSTEM, ETC.) SHOULDBE SIZED ON VELOCITY ALL THE WAY FROM THE INLET THROUGH THE FAN TO OUTLET. REFER TOCODES, INDUSTRIAL VENTILATION HANDBOOK, OR MANUFACTURER’S DATA FOR VELOCITY LIMITS.

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