Andrew Woodruff
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Andrew Woodruff replied to Armando Cobo's discussion Blower door testing on multi bi-folds
"I have literally zero experience with this style of door, but it seems like the swing out style with depressurization would work well because you are pulling the path of the door against the resistance of the frame, where as the swing in look to…"
Apr 12, 2012
Andrew Woodruff replied to Eric Sperline's discussion Residential ventilation levels
"The new ASHRAE standard is suggesting 7.5cfm per person(with given occupants or # of BR +1), plus a factor for the house size(square footage x.01) and then a credit for infiltration based on the blower door reading and a new N factor based on…"
Dec 12, 2011
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Jan 3, 2011

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Company
Building Performance Engineering, Inc.
Professional Certification
HERS Rater, BPI Certified BA/EP/Field Proctor
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http://www.buildingperformanceengineering.com
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Andrew Woodruff - BPE, Inc. - Technical Program Manager

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At 3:58pm on January 3, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Andrew,

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