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Posted By: Mike GeorgePosted By: joe90 Tin and Mike, I think there are quite a few of us on this forum that would like to see the results of your modeling/expertise in this field. I know there is no one right answer for all occasions but benefits of certain materials/methods would be beneficial knowledge for us. Hi Joe,Not sure you will be thanked by many for re-opening this particular can of worms. Our findings were rubished by many [but not proven to be so] It's not really relevant to suspended floors either but the 2nd BFF article is here http://www.buildingforafuture.co.uk/spring06/25-50.pdf Page 28
Posted By: joe90 Tin and Mike, I think there are quite a few of us on this forum that would like to see the results of your modeling/expertise in this field. I know there is no one right answer for all occasions but benefits of certain materials/methods would be beneficial knowledge for us.
Posted By: JSHarrisOK, I'll try and stick as many sensors in as I reasonably can. The data is bound to be useful to someone and it may well help me to determine how accurate the fabric heat loss predictions I have are against reality. The cost of the sensors is low, the main challenge will be getting the wiring tough enough to stand up to conditions on site during the build, I suspect.
Posted By: SteamyTeaNot of a floor slab, but could be something to do when I have a spare 5 minutes" alt="" src="http:///forum114/extensions/Vanillacons/smilies/standard/wink.gif" >
Posted By: Mike GeorgeNo one else done any computer modelling of floor slabs then?
Posted By: Jeremy Ssee:http://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/Codes">CFD online
Posted By: Mike GeorgeI realise we discussed this before but the main discussion was [i believe] on the old forum which is now long gone.
Posted By: Mike GeorgeThe importance of such fudges in terms of their affect on results is a moot point. A further limitation was [is?] the inabilty of the software to model the affects of ground temperature over several rather than a single year.
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