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Wrong results when adding or subtracting °C temperatures in Revit.

A - answer Internal calculations performed by Revit on expressions with parameters of the type "temperature" are always done in Kelvins, even when the project units are set to °C. In projects and RFA families, this may lead to improper repeated use the offset "zero temperature" - 273.15K - in expressions involving the temperature parameters.

Procedures and workarounds for proper correction of degrees Celsius temperatures are summarized in the blog post Counting with temperatures in Revit (°C vs. Kelvins) (in Czech) on our BIM blog NaZdi.cz ("on the wall").

Similarly, "temperature" expressions are evaluated in Autodesk Inventor.

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See also:
Tip 11494:Entering decimal values using fractions in CAD applications.
Tip 10138:Dimensioning a curve length or distance between two points on a curve.
Tip 8887:Strange Revit message "Square feet per foot".
Tip 8253:Nudging AutoCAD and Revit objects with cursor keys.
Tip 8024:How to convert 3D models from SketchUp to AutoCAD?


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