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    Finding Worst-Case Scenario using Dynamo

    For plumbing, supposedly all plumbing pipes and connections are layed out on a building on Revit, how can I write an algorithm on Dynamo to help me find the worst-case scenario (regarding friction losses) in order to size my pumps accordingly?

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    This sounds like something for refinery. Refinery lets you run a bunch or different scenarios and then analyze them.

    If that is not what you want can you explain how you would normally go about calculating this?

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