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"We all know that the Southland is "backwards". That's why we invaded it in 1861 and…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 5, 2012 to Fun with Neutral Pressure Planes (NPP)

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"I don't think the altitude would have much impact on the neutral pressure plane, whi…"

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"Except in this example the Delta-T is -35 and so the Delta-P would be -4 Pa."

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"Yes, but that's true only of a hermetically-sealed cylinder, not a leaky house. Oh!…"

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"If that were true, then a chimney extending a couple feet above the roof peak would…"

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"Correction: In doing some research to respond to other issues here, I stumbled acros…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 5, 2012 to Fun with Neutral Pressure Planes (NPP)

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"see http://archive.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/ibp/irc/cbd/building-digest-245.html "Measurem…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 5, 2012 to Fun with Neutral Pressure Planes (NPP)

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"Then why is atmospheric pressure part of the stack effect pressure formula? ΔP     …"

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"Not true. As long as there is enough leakage to make up that forced air volume, then…"

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"John, I just found this thread. Good stuff! I would say that this is identical to a…"

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