Living a Radiant Life – Understanding Radiant Heat Transfer in Buildings

by Dean Dalvit September 28, 2018

Radiant Energy. Something that is so widely misunderstood, and yet has such a tremendous impact on our daily comfort. I have been doing some home study and experimentation in the field of radiant heat transfer in the context of a typical home’s heating and cooling […]

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The Heat is on…

by Dean Dalvit May 11, 2018

I want to address a topic that comes up in every programming interview that very few people give much thought to…Indoor heating and air conditioning… The professional term HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and pretty much sums up your indoor air climate. For […]

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What Information is Required to have a Heating and Cooling Calculation Generated?

by EVstudio AEP March 27, 2018
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There are many factors in how much cooling or heating a building will require to maintain a set temperature.  Many times, building owners and architects are not aware of the information required to get the mechanical calculations started.  Most seasoned architects have a good idea […]

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Production Home Building- Energy Efficiency

by Samantha Coleman February 16, 2018

Energy efficiency can be a very broad subject. So, to make the topic more easily understood in this blog, I will break out different systems and areas of the typical residential home so that we can understand how each system or area affects the overall […]

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Basics of Radiant Heating and Cooling with Hydronic Systems

by EVstudio AEP May 15, 2017

A radiant system is based on the concept of radiant heat transfer in order to warm and cool a space. Typically we see the floor as the main medium for this system but it can also be incorporated into baseboards, walls and ceilings. There are […]

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