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1 Paul Francisco Indoor Climate Research & Training Illinois Sustainable Technology Center
3 Windows Doors Insulation
4 Windows Doors Insulation
5 Air sealing – where are the leaks? Space conditioning – if you want to use a different technology
7 Courtesy: Brian Kumer Courtesy: Larry Harmon
8 Source: Anis et al. 2013. ASHRAE Transactions.
11 Air sealing Insulation Upgrades to high-efficiency space conditioning systems Sealing ducts outside of conditioned space Lighting Refrigeration
12 Primary goal should be to have the thermal and pressure boundary aligned Air seal first Then insulate Air leakage is like having the windows open
13 Courtesy David Keefe, Vermont Energy Investment Corp. 13 Positive pressure (with reference to outside) Neutral pressure plane Negative pressure (with reference to outside) Stack Effect
15 Routine weatherstripping and caulking Tune-ups Sealing ducts inside conditioned space Doors Windows
16 Thank you! QUESTIONS? Paul Francisco 244-0667 firstname.lastname@example.org
1 | WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM STANDARDIZED CURRICULUM – July 2012eere.energy.gov Building Science Basics WEATHERIZATION INSTALLER/TECHNICAN FUNDAMENTALS.
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Sustainable School Design Creating Healthy, High Performance School Facilities Presented by Stephen M. Koontz, Energy Services Leader, Tampa Bay Trane.
1 Chapter 40 - Physiology and Pathophysiology of Diuretic Action Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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1 | WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM STANDARDIZED CURRICULUM – July 2012eere.energy.gov Identifying and Air Sealing the Building Envelope WEATHERIZATION.
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Objectives Finish talking about ways to minimize ventilation losses Discuss role of ducts in building energy use Describe coheating test methodology Interpret.
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