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Posted By: tonyDetails For Passive Houses is pretty good
Posted By: BftMy particular problem is for larger blocks of flats where a steel frame is needed and where there are balconies.
Posted By: Ed DaviesHowever, I think it would be better, or at least less obscure, if people just wrote the name of variable rather than the name of the symbol, e.g., “linear conductivity” instead of “psi” and “conductance” rather than lambda.
Posted By: fclausonso as a self builder I have calced out some TB etc and am using PHPP to do my calcsbutwhat can I enter in DEAP - I am not building to the ACDs I am building to a much better values - but can I use those values - and if so what would I requrie to show to my accessorreading the DEAP manual seems to imply that I have to use 0.15 unless I have "approved" TB
Posted By: Timber'Why do you say'...I say it because it is true!Read the relevant section of ADL2010 and you will see for yourself. There are only 3 ways of demonstrating compliance1) Use backstop worst case of 0.152) Calculate details3) Use ACDs that are part of a quality controlled scheme to be approved by DCLG.Option 3 never happened (as DCLG cocked it up), so only options 1 and 2 are available. As you can see, however, the old ACDs and EST details don't fall into any of those 3 options and are generally considered defunkt!However most people don't realise this/don't read ADL2010/get bad advice from their local BCO and use them anyway (or just tick the box and build whatever the hell they like anyway).
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