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  • Practical AVR Microcontrollers
    Such locations might include Up above the ceiling or in an attic space.• In in-between floors space.• In a crawl space .• In a closet or under … … no radio block (such as a steel door or masonry containing lots …
  • Human Capacity Building in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy System Maintenance for the Yurok Tribe
    … medium / loose / very loose Doors (describe most common type) Number of doors on entire house _____________ Door type: wood hollow core … … wood solid core / steel insulated / sliding glass … … ft2) Ceiling (of basement/ crawl space ) R value ________________ Heating …
  • Olin's Construction: Principles, Materials, and Methods, 9th Edition
    … 957–958 Convection heating and cooling units, 994 Convectors, 994 Convenience outlets, 1016 Conventional steel framing, 286–289 Conversion … … products production, 299–300 alloys, 299 chemical finishes, 306 lead-coated, 309 mechanical finishes, 303–304 in metal roofing, 542 priming of, 806 as sheet metal, 535–536 Copper-alloy doors and frames, 566 Copper … … in gypsum board, 693 Crawl spaces : concealed condensation in, 432–433 …
  • ASTM MNL18 - Moisture Control in Buildings
    … Controlled Condensation Test Methods for Water Vapor Transmission of Materials Methods of Testing Materials for Use as Vapor Barriers under Concrete Slabs and as Ground Cover in Crawl Spaces Practices for Increasing Durability … … Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors Test Method for Water … and Doors Practice for Roof System Assemblies Employing Steel Deck Preformed Roof Insulation and Bituminous Built-up …
  • Experimenting with AVR Microcontrollers
    Such locations might include Up above the ceiling or in an attic space.• In in-between floors space.• In a crawl space .• In a closet or under shelving.• Under or behind a chair or couch.• Hidden inside … As long as there is no radio block (such as a steel door or masonry containing lots of flint) between transmitter and receiver, you should not have a problem.