Detecting Structural Heat Losses with Mobile Infrared Thermography. Part II - Survey of Pease Air Force Base, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
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During the winter of 1973-74 a mobile infrared thermography system was used to survey housing units and base facilities at Pease Air Force Base, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This report provides both qualitative and quantitative evidence regarding heat flow out of the eave vents of these housing units. Calculations indicate that a significant amount of heat is being lost in this manner due to inadequate attic cap insulation. Possible evidence of incomplete ventilation could explain the presence of condensation in the housing units. Analyses of thermograms are presented to show the possible existence of low and high pressure areas around a structure and how they relate to heat loss.
- Structural Engineering and Building Technology
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods