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Posted by  Jon Feiman on April 04, 2003 at 22:55:40:

In Reply to:  design fundamentals in hot humid climates posted by nina bautista on March 14, 2003 at 18:17:17:

See www.buildingscience.com
Also search Joe Lstiburek
www.eeba.org - check out the Builder's Guides.
Real useful stuff. Joe is a go-to expert.
Opinionated, backed up by exact science and real world design.
The Guides are full of construction details and explanation,
tied to physics of air and energy flow in buildings.
No complicated techno jargon.

 
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