3 edition of Town planning in hot climates found in the catalog.
Town planning in hot climates
AnatoliiМ† Nikolaevich Rimsha
|Statement||A. Rimsha ; translated from the Russian by A. Shvarts.|
|LC Classifications||TD163 .R5513 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||77561219|
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They are therefore said to have high thermal mass. Lightweight materials such as timber have low thermal mass. Appropriate use of thermal mass throughout The heat losses though a standard building component, i.e.
external wall, floor, top floor ceiling or roof, are defined by the U-value or overall heat transfer coefficient (formerly k-value) 1).This value indicates the rate of heat transfer through a specific component over a given area if the temperature difference is one degree (1 Kelvin).
The measurement unit of the U-value is therefore "Temperate Climate" refers to climates between Polar and Tropical.
However, there is a gradual change from polar to tropical climates across the middle latitude temperate zones. Normally, in the northern hemisphere, the northern portions of the temperate zone feature Boreal, Continental, and Oceanic climates, while the southern portions of