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- Revit MEP
Each space in the model is assigned a space type, either the default space type assigned by the default building type or a specific space type. Specific space types are defined by default parameters. You can change the default settings for space types. See Default Building Type and Space Type Parameters.
Changes to space information in the Details tab is applied only to the selected spaces.
Verify the spaces parameters in the analytical model, and make changes as needed.
- Click the Details tab.
The Details tab displays a hierarchical list showing the relationships of all the zones and spaces in the project together with space and zone information that affects the heating and cooling loads analysis.
- Select one or more spaces from the list.
The space highlights in the list, and space information displays for the selected spaces.
NoteYou can select multiple spaces by pressing CTRL or SHIFT and selecting spaces.
- Highlight or isolate spaces in the analytical model:
- Click Highlight to highlight the selected spaces in the analytical model.
- Click Isolate to display only the selected spaces in the analytical model.
- For Space Type, select a space type.
- For Construction Type, click , and in the Construction Type dialog, you can do the following:
- Verify or modify the current space construction type.
- Create a new space construction type.
The default space construction is <Building>, which can only be altered from the Energy Data dialog (Manage tabProject Settings panel Project Information). To adjust construction parameters, select Construction 1 or add a new space construction model. The same parameters are available for individual spaces as those described for the <Building> construction model.
- Click OK.
- For People Data, click , and in the People dialog, specify the people loads for the selected spaces.
- For Electrical Data, click , and in the Electrical Loads dialog, specify the electrical loads for the selected spaces.
NoteYou can also access energy analysis information from the Instance Properties dialog for a space.