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"My take-away from Klote-Example 3 (and the entire Klote Paper) is that the height of…"

John Brooks replied Sep 9, 2012 to Fun with Neutral Pressure Planes (NPP)

87 Sep 9, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"the real world application ...would be for locating and sizing the intentional openi…"

John Brooks replied Sep 9, 2012 to Fun with Neutral Pressure Planes (NPP)

87 Sep 9, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Robert, Humor me here..... If the tube were the only "significant opening".... Imagi…"

John Brooks replied Sep 9, 2012 to Fun with Neutral Pressure Planes (NPP)

87 Sep 9, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Just like a Cold Climatist ..... assuming that "your" stack effect is the "positive"…"

John Brooks replied Sep 5, 2012 to Fun with Neutral Pressure Planes (NPP)

87 Sep 9, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"fair enough...I would not suggest opening the windows when it's 35 outside  ...the o…"

John Brooks replied Sep 5, 2012 to Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

49 Sep 18, 2012
Reply by Bud Poll

"And for another version..... Here are a couple of Illustrations (in-progress) that I…"

John Brooks replied Sep 5, 2012 to Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

49 Sep 18, 2012
Reply by Bud Poll

"I know af an analytical method .... when the size and the location of the significan…"

John Brooks replied Sep 4, 2012 to Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

49 Sep 18, 2012
Reply by Bud Poll

"Let me try again. I'm not really trying to locate the NPP when the house is at Negat…"

John Brooks replied Sep 4, 2012 to Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

49 Sep 18, 2012
Reply by Bud Poll

"Hi Colin, I hope this is not too far off topic..... I found one of your Linked-In qu…"

John Brooks replied Sep 4, 2012 to What is the value of using a pressure pan to test outlets?

18 Sep 5, 2012
Reply by Colin Genge

"Hi Bud, when I look at the chart 3/4", 1-1/2" and 4" .... I see the R-value per inch…"

John Brooks replied Sep 3, 2012 to Using The Sciences To Our Advantage

25 Sep 3, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

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