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Thread: Variation in room pressures in day and night time in a tall building.

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    There may be a post minimum count for photo attachment. Im not certain on that though.


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    One thing that should be pointed out is that stack effect calculations are approximate. The two methods I'm aware of yield slightly different results but are useful.
    No man can be both ignorant and free.
    Thomas Jefferson

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    Can I upload excel sheet data or image here. Please advise.
    Even being a new user of the site, If I can not share the details of my problem, how people can help me the best way they can!
    Am I missing something?

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    Send info to one of us and we will post it for you.
    Doug

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    How can I direct message you, any email contact please.

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    Email is in his profile


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunslinger View Post
    Send info to one of us and we will post it for you.
    Doug, I sent you an email. Kindly share the image here please.

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