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"Incident angle affects transmissivity versus absoption in single panes, you're right…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 28, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

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"David, what if what you have was built in 1975 and the insulation is crappy, crawl-s…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 28, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
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"Don't think I need a coating really, I can have 12-ft panels if needed but this is o…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 27, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
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": ) ... seems that way but doesn't actually need a coating, the panes heat up OK wit…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 27, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
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"Adding that I'll be documenting performance with sensors & data loggers & wi…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 26, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
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"Just saw your questions: 1. No, this is a small cabin, 12'x12'. 2. The glazing pane…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 26, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
Reply by Bill Bradbury

"Thanks for the thoughts David. The point you make is to circulate warmth to an entir…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 26, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
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"OK Bud, the design flipped so I redid drawings, did more detailed drawings and added…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 23, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
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"Bud, my apology for the analogy, had no clue it would ever be taken as you did, so m…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 3, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
Reply by Bill Bradbury

"Bud, your glass is half empty so filled from the bottom up, mine is half full so use…"

Tom Mallard replied Jan 2, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
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