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Elements of An Energy Efficient House
A discussion of the pros and cons of basic elements (a well-constructed and tightly sealed thermal e...
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Houses That Work: House Design Recommendations By ...
Design recommendations are provided as a starting point for designing a specific house in a specific...
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Insulating Foundations and Floors
Insulating slabs, crawl spaces/walls, methods, under-floor insulation, advantages, disadvantages; in...
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Solar Radiation Data for Buildings
For use by architects and engineers, this provides solar resources information for common window ori...
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Sustainable Building Sourcebook: Energy
Considerations, commercial status, and guidelines for energy applications e.g. ventilation, renewabl...
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Sustainable Building Sourcebook: Energy

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