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Room Volume and Rt 60
PostPosted: Tue Jan 18, 2005 9:43 pm Reply with quote
Brendan Dillon
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My room volume calc. is coming out as a negative number,

so are my Rt60 calc.'s., is there a way to correct.
Re: Room Volume and Rt 60
PostPosted: Tue Jan 18, 2005 11:03 pm Reply with quote
Bruce C. Olson
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>My room volume calc. is coming out as a negative number,

>so are my Rt60 calc.'s., is there a way to correct.


Hi Brendan,


That is because your room is *inside out*, all the faces are pointing the wrong way round. Select a face, press *I* to invert the face, then press *H* to open the *Check Holes* window. Tell it to Check Holes, and this should fix the probem by turning all the other faces around to match the one you started with.


Hope this helps,


Bruce


Re: Room Volume and Rt 60
PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2005 2:36 am Reply with quote
Jim Mobley
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>>My room volume calc. is coming out as a negative number,

>>so are my Rt60 calc.'s., is there a way to correct.

>Hi Brendan,

>That is because your room is *inside out*, all the faces are pointing the wrong way round. Select a face, press *I* to invert the face, then press *H* to open the *Check Holes* window. Tell it to Check Holes, and this should fix the probem by turning all the other faces around to match the one you started with.

>Hope this helps,

>Bruce




Just a syntax note, you need to click on *Close Holes* to have EASE properly orientate the faces.Best regards,


Jim Mobley

Sr. Application Engineer

Renkus-Heinz, Inc.

19201 Cook St.

Foothill Ranch, CA 92610

TEL: 949-588-9997

FAX: 949-588-9514

www.renkus-heinz.com

mailto:jim@renkus-heinz.com

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