Building Enclosures: A Filter, Sponge and
Capacitor (16 Mb)- first presented at the Southern Alberta
Chapter of ASHRAE.
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Keywords: building enclosures, scanned
electron microscope, moisture, mass, heat, flow
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Scanning electron micrograph,
Windows for cold climates,
Walls for cold climates,
Mean radiant temperature, and
housing performance categories.