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  • Fundamentals of Heat Exchanger Design Complete Document
    1.5.3 Extended Surface Heat Exchangers 36 .
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  • Frick / Kn�ll building construction lesson 1
    By larger surfaces , heating insulating boards are additionally anchored through inserted plastics or wiring armatures on the bearing bottom construction that had to be w�rmebr�ckenfrei at least but minimized heat bridges (image 6.45).
  • Physics
    An airbag extends the delay time slightly and the acting force can thus reduce something; simultaneously, the force is distributed on a larger surface and therewith the contact pressure reduces.
  • Dubbel
    The lesser modulus of Elasticity requires against steel about 2=3 by same load-bearing capacity and stiffness a correspondingly larger moment of inertia of an area , i.e. a larger building volume and greater wall thicknesses.
  • Technical development of buildings
    The radiation asymmetry is to observe in particular by large surface components of the facade with internal lower surface temperatures and also by large Heiz- and cooling surfaces in the space (heating / ceiling cooling, wall heating / wall cooling or floor �
  • Dubbel
    The about 2/3 lesser modulus of Elasticity requires against steel by same load-bearing capacity and stiffness a correspondingly larger moment of inertia of an area , i.e., a larger building volume and greater wall thicknesses.
  • Dubbel
    The about 2/3 lesser modulus of Elasticity requires against steel by same load-bearing capacity and stiffness a correspondingly larger moment of inertia of an area , i.e., a larger building volume and greater wall thicknesses.