CASE STUDIES


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CASE STUDIES
10104011011108CASE STUDIESCase study information is frequently requested, but seldom fully understood in terms of relating the conditions under which it was conducted to the actual results reported. In fact, the real need is for studies with populations that are of sufficient size to provide a statistically representative sample of actual field performance of heating or cooling systems “as used” in buildings “as built.” Unfortunately, the costs, politics of energy source, equipment involved, and proponents of the study make it almost impossible for the major consensus research-funding agencies and…
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Richard D. Watson: Radiant Heating and Cooling Handbook. CASE STUDIES, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002), AccessEngineering Export