William Turner
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William Turner replied to James White's discussion Transient Heat Transfer Analysis in the group Building Simulations
"Does this assume that all the heat the face is not leaving, or does it account for convetive currents on the face taking some heat away? Does it assume no wind? What boundry factors have you set up?"
Dec 10, 2013
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Building Simulations

Work collaboratively to find easier, more accurate and better ways to model, predict and verify a home's energy consumption.
Dec 10, 2013
William Turner commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Electric Thermal Storage vs. Heat Pump Water Heaters
"Curt thanks for all the info.  I have run a Seisco electric unit and a heat pump unit on two different solar hot water systems I own both have 100 gallon solar storage. The Seisco work great if its only doing peaking once and while and there…"
Nov 17, 2013
William Turner commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Electric Thermal Storage vs. Heat Pump Water Heaters
"Comment to Kurt Albershadt: Hello Kurt, we have data that shows that a high use, (family of 4),  (not ducted 50 gallon unit, located in a basement utility space) HPWH does not in fact significantly lower the temperature in an unfinished…"
Nov 13, 2013
William Turner commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Electric Thermal Storage vs. Heat Pump Water Heaters
"Heat pump water heaters installed in unfinished basements produce hot water efficiently and remove dampness during humid months when the dew point outside is above 55 degrees. If there are 3-4 people taking showers and using normal amounts of hot…"
Nov 12, 2013
William Turner commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Electric Thermal Storage vs. Heat Pump Water Heaters
Nov 12, 2013
William Turner is now a member of Home Energy Pros
Feb 28, 2012

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Company
Turner Building Science & Design, LLC
Professional Certification
PE, Leed AP
Professional Interests
Indoor Air Quality, Energy Use, Sustainability, Builidng Science
Website URL
http://turnerbuildingscience.com

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At 7:57pm on February 29, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi William,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

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"Products like these dont have an R-rating. You still have to have the R-rated insulation to meet…"
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"Thanks for the input. The next question to ask is "how much cooling power is delivered in each…"
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Brandon Walton commented on Brandon Walton's blog post 12 Things Every Home Performance Contractor Should Have on Their Work Truck
"Totally off topic William, but yeah could use a bit more I suppose "
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William H Nickerson commented on Brandon Walton's blog post 12 Things Every Home Performance Contractor Should Have on Their Work Truck
"One more thing...you need a little more bend in that cap"
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"Sounds like the perfect, thin insulator adding enough thermal inertia to separate two masses and/or…"
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Hal Skinner replied to Hal Skinner's discussion Rooftop A/C units and exposed ductwork in the group Radiant Control Coatings
"Tom, sorry for having to break this up but my responses I guess are too long. You talking about the…"
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Hal Skinner replied to Hal Skinner's discussion Rooftop A/C units and exposed ductwork in the group Radiant Control Coatings
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Hal Skinner replied to Hal Skinner's discussion Rooftop A/C units and exposed ductwork in the group Radiant Control Coatings
"I guess I got too mlong winded ther, it cut me off. 1.  Spray the coating on the ducts, plenum…"
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