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Posted by  Noshad on March 15, 2003 at 15:29:38:

In Reply to:  Re: design fundamentals in hot humid climates posted by Kevin Matthews on March 14, 2003 at 22:38:45:

to study about building in hot and humid climate you should first see what type of building you are talking about like public building, houses, highrises or some institutional building or commercial one. because for each type the case will be different. but there are some main rules like taking care of opening like you need large opening to good ventilation. as well as some specialize type of shading devices are also important. and there are lot more. if you need them in detail then you can write me on
noshadrm@hotamil.com

or you can post your question with some detail, because just saying hot and humid means nothing. their are a no. of different type of hot and humid climate in the world and most of them have different climate. so,

to have a detail study on this topic need:
building type,
geographical location,
and so on

i think may be all this will be to much but i think to done some study or get some good answer you need these type of detail.
best of luck
noshad

 
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