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Fun with Fluids

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bud Poll Jan 22, 2014. 2 Replies

Greetings ... We live at the bottom of an Ocean of Air.Does anyone want to "play with fluids"?Here is an interesting Video about "Stack Effect"…Continue

"an Ocean of Air"

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Brooks Nov 17, 2012. 18 Replies

We live at the bottom of "an Ocean of Air"The power of the atmosphere is pretty, pretty darn impressiveyet we seem to take it for granted and barely notice it…Continue

Locating the Neutral Pressure Plane

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bud Poll Sep 18, 2012. 49 Replies

I am not an energy Rater .. I am an architectI am curious if any "Home Energy Pros" make an effort to locate the Neutral Pressure Plane (NPP) of a house that is being blower door tested?Continue

Fun with Neutral Pressure Planes (NPP)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Riversong Sep 9, 2012. 87 Replies

GreetingsFirst of all......* As we upgrade and build new....  I think it is time to eliminate atmospherically vented appliances from the breathing zones of our homes* I realize that the effects of…Continue

 

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At 12:20pm on February 11, 2012, John Brooks said…

Hi Bud, my email is HouseDesign@verizon.net

what's yours ?

 

At 11:41am on February 11, 2012, Bud Poll said…

You are correct John and the change is made, I just can't post it until I finish my winter stack effect addition.  I knew I should have made my changes on a copy rather than the master page.

I appreciate all of the support.  One of the ironies of these discussions is I know both Martin and Allison know perfectly well what I'm talking about, it is too simple for even them to miss (dig, dig).  But I suspect they have decided they need to shoot down any thought that all of their writings in the past might have been poorly worded.  I will try patronizing Allison to see if he concedes any ground or whether he invokes another hand full of irreverent laws to confuse the issue beyond anyone's interest.

The exposure has been perfect though and because the argument is so basic I believe the cat is out of the bag and when people write (or teach) about this in the future, they will be sure to include a bit of my description. 

Thanks

Bud

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