1 edition of Superinsulation found in the catalog.
|Statement||(conference organised on behalf of UK-ISES by Paul Ruyssevelt, March 26th, 1987, The Royal Institution, London) ; (editor Paul Ruyssevelt).|
|Series||UK-ISES conferenceproceedings -- C47|
|Contributions||Ruyssevelt, Paul., International Solar Energy Society. UK Section.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||89|
Aerogels are the lightest solids known. Up to times lighter than glass and with a density as low as only four times that of air, they show very high thermal, electrical and acoustic insulation values and hold many entries in Guinness World Records. Originally based . A primer on sustainable building. Dianna Lopez The Institute, - Architecture - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying retrofit reuse Rocky Mountain Institute roof save energy shading showerheads Snowmass Creek Snowmass Creek Road spaces Street superinsulation superwindows sustainable building.
The following books and media, by Keith Akers or Kate Lawrence, are available. I no longer sell any of the books, but they are widely available. Print Books. Disciples: How Jewish Christianity Shaped Jesus and Shattered the Church, by Keith Akers (Apocryphile Press, ). This book is available through Find out more about the book. They tended to speak of “superinsulation” to differentiate themselves from the passive solar people, but passive building really is a better word for it; it’s not just about insulation. The canonical work summing up the first-generation ideas is The Superinsulated Home Book. Superinsulation is an approach to building design, construction, and retrofitting that dramatically reduces heat loss (and gain) by using much higher levels of insulation and airtightness than normal. Superinsulation is one of the ancestors of the passive house approach.
The aerogels with low content of PVPDMS exhibit small pore sizes (2 ~ 80 nm), good transparency, high surface areas, and thermal superinsulation (λ = W m−1 K−1), while those with high. The press and the public took notice. The term superinsulation was evolving as the most commonly used label for this set of principles in a growing North American high performance building community. In William Shurcliff published one of the first books on the topic, called “Superinsulation and Double Envelope Houses.”. This eBook is the download version of the book in text-searchable, PDF format. Craftsman's eBooks are copyrighted material, but you may copy/paste or print PDF eBook content for your personal use and re-download an eBook as many times as you need it.
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SyntaxTextGen not activated pdf 29 cm Spine title: Sun/earth buffering and superinsulation Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index Introduction -- Background and development -- How the buffered house works -- Basics of energy independent design -- Buffered house design -- Superinsulated houses -- Energy-conserving construction techniques -- Pages: Energy efficient homes that are truly sustainable incorporate superinsulation and thermal mass along with passive solar home design, and this book explains how to do that.
This book offers a passive solar home companion e-book (v1) that can be downloaded free from the author's : Sept. 30, The Montana Superinsulation Project: Project history and results Item PreviewPages: