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"Robert said  "In other words, the warm, less dense inside air is trying to lift the…"

John Brooks replied Sep 24, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Robert said: "There is zero time lag between cold air falling into a warm container…"

John Brooks replied Sep 23, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"sorry if this post is out of sequence   Robert said: "While moist air is less dense…"

John Brooks replied Sep 23, 2012 to Controlling Passive Air Flow

77 Sep 27, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Robert, I noticed that there are several "standards" which standard (temperature) do…"

John Brooks replied Sep 23, 2012 to Controlling Passive Air Flow

77 Sep 27, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"I appreciate the Julius Sumner Miller reference. Robert said: "The less dense (warme…"

John Brooks replied Sep 23, 2012 to Controlling Passive Air Flow

77 Sep 27, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"I think Temperature, Moisture and Density are Likely to Stratify ... Pressure WILL S…"

John Brooks replied Sep 23, 2012 to Controlling Passive Air Flow

77 Sep 27, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"I think I found what I was looking for Standard Temperature is zero degrees Celsius…"

John Brooks replied Sep 23, 2012 to Controlling Passive Air Flow

77 Sep 27, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"My comment was about Straube's formula [3] in BSD-014 the coefficient is based on st…"

John Brooks replied Sep 22, 2012 to Controlling Passive Air Flow

77 Sep 27, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"At least the sidebar in John Straube's latest article is a little more "Bud Friendly…"

John Brooks replied Sep 22, 2012 to Controlling Passive Air Flow

77 Sep 27, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Isn't the "14.696" assumption based on a certain temperature ?"

John Brooks replied Sep 22, 2012 to Controlling Passive Air Flow

77 Sep 27, 2012
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