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"Then why did you misleadingly title this thread "Different classifications of radian…"

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

16 Sep 3, 2012
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"This was supposed to be a thread on "Different classifications of radiant barrier ma…"

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

16 Sep 3, 2012
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"To get back to your topic, the adhesion of a roofing material is important as a weat…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 2, 2012 to Different classifications of radiant barrier materials

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"Thermal diffusivity is thermal conductivity divided by volumetric heat capacity (whi…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 2, 2012 to Using The Sciences To Our Advantage

25 Sep 3, 2012
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"Yes, but almost all the temperature gradient will be through the flooring and throug…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 2, 2012 to Using The Sciences To Our Advantage

25 Sep 3, 2012
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"What nobody has addressed is that controlled ventilation is just as important to the…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 2, 2012 to “I don’t get it why would we want to make the house so tight that you would need ventilation?”

45 Sep 8, 2012
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""you need thermal mass to achieve any kind of 'R' value" Thermal mass and R-value ar…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 2, 2012 to Different classifications of radiant barrier materials

16 Sep 3, 2012
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"Air has poor thermal conductance but only if it's dead air, since convection quickly…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 2, 2012 to Using The Sciences To Our Advantage

25 Sep 3, 2012
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"This is the chart from ASHRAE which all HVAC engineers use, and the numbers are tota…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 2, 2012 to Using The Sciences To Our Advantage

25 Sep 3, 2012
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"Your response is chock full of misconceptions (I've even more blunt than Bud). "acco…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 2, 2012 to Using The Sciences To Our Advantage

25 Sep 3, 2012
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