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I would like to know while designing of duct how will i calculate the cfm Air discharge in units like CFM through a collar opening? What is the formula for giving the collar size for air discharge. Lets for Example I have a AHu of Capacity 1200 CFM I have to distribute the total cfm equally through duct on three seperate room . then what will be the duct collar opening for each room so that each room will get 400 cfm each? RegardsM.A.Shah09314545556

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