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JORDAN 1 ASC200 – SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES W EEK 5 LECTURE: PASSIVE DESIGN Direct Gain: - dark floors to absorb heat, light walls to reflect light - high levels of thermal insulation outside the thermal mass - vertical facing glazing preferred, easiest to shade in the summer - include night insulation of the glazing - orientation close to south, performance penalty for 15deg off due south is 10% and for 30% is 20% loss - look at tramals
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  • Winter '16
  • Craig Brown

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