Venetian Blinds Modeling

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Wizard Mode:
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There are more options in the Detail mode:
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Vikram Sami, LEED AP BD+C

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Dear Vikram,

Thanks for details.

But I think, it has no relation with what we describe in wizard mode

And coming to detailed mode, we need to model them for each window under
"Blind Data" Section.

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As per my understanding, unless and until we give "layer by layer" option
in "Specification Method, the option to enter/edit blind details does not

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Kindly, I request you all to add comments if my understanding is not
correct and add further to make understand the modeling of "Venetian Blind"
in detail.

If the above said method is correct, it seems like we need to have the
following (too many) details for each and every layer of glazing,gap and
blind, which I think may not be present with client and not sure will
manufacturer provide the details or not.

*Details required for each layer of glazing*
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*Details required for air gap*
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*Details Required for Blind*
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Kindly let me know, if there is any simple approximation method for
modeling "Venetian Blinds" and could be accepted by GBCI (LEED). Also let
me know, if any thing said above is not clear.

Thank you,

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I had venetian blinds collection at home and I'v never thought that it can be a good example for modeling. Wood blinds have different specifications with venetian blinds, right?

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