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"The delta-T has a significant impact on the actual pressure difference inside to out…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 5, 2012 to Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

49 Sep 18, 2012
Reply by Bud Poll

"In the link provided, Straube uses a variation of the formula I posted. Your simplif…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 5, 2012 to Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

49 Sep 18, 2012
Reply by Bud Poll

"Your formula (Pa = 0.0067 x H x ▲T) is for H = distance from NPP. And that's just a…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 5, 2012 to Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

49 Sep 18, 2012
Reply by Bud Poll

"I suspect you could determine the NPP more accurately (and easily) on a cold winter…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 4, 2012 to Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

49 Sep 18, 2012
Reply by Bud Poll

"I think you need ultra-violet light to see it ;-) Actually, the neutral pressure pl…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 4, 2012 to Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

49 Sep 18, 2012
Reply by Bud Poll

"Michael, That was so counter-intuitive that I had to create a spreadsheet to verify.…"

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

19 Dec 8, 2016
Reply by Kelly

"I never claimed to be an energy rater. I've been designing and building cold-climate…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 3, 2012 to Different classifications of radiant barrier materials

16 Sep 3, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Bud, I don't think you will get anything close to your R-23. For one thing, the incr…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 3, 2012 to Using The Sciences To Our Advantage

25 Sep 3, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Sorry, but there's a difference between a discussion among energy professionals and…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 3, 2012 to Different classifications of radiant barrier materials

16 Sep 3, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Air flow is proportional, not equal, to the square root of delta-P. Otherwise, you'r…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 3, 2012 to What is the value of using a pressure pan to test outlets?

19 Dec 8, 2016
Reply by Kelly

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