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70 mm 75. 20 mm Terrazzo. 1 Board and Slabs Loose Fill I Roof Insulation I ! .68 0.fibrous from processed from rock Slag or glass 50. vinyl or rubber Ceramic tile. 3 'mm Plywood subfloor. rock. . organic bonded Polystyrene Polyurethane Mineral fiber with resin binder Wood or cane fiber Acoustical tile. 13 mm Mineral fiber. 13 mm 20 mm Interior finish boards. ' Hard wood. f*..058 ! 4. 3 mm Cork tile Linoleum. slag or glass.1 Masonary hlaterials i Cement morter Stucco Light weight aggregates includi~e 0..0 1. 75 mm 115 rnrn 160 mm 185 rnrn Wood pulp Silica aerogel Expanded vermiculite I Preformed. 20 mm - I I Insulating Materials B l P k e t and Batt Mineral fiber'.. for use above deck.Finish Flooring Materials Carpet and fibrous pad Carpet and rupper pad Tile asphalt. 25 mm . f 13 mm 25 mm 50 mm Cellular glass iI . 0.58- I .1 2.90 rnrn 135-165 rnrn Cork Cellular glass Glass fiber.

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holelsjpartments 73 Standing. dark color Roller shades.25 0. hotels.85 w Desree of activity . dark color Roof overhang or marquee.90 0. light color Inside venetian blinds. retail walking slowly 73 store 73 Walking.25 0.64 0.30 0. ' Typical application Sensible Latent heat heat 31 45 Total heat 103 117 132 Seared at rest Theater qL27' Seated very light work 72 Offices.25 0. 81 sedentary work ' Restaurant 81 Light bench work Factory 89 Dance hall Moderate dancing 110 Moderately heavy work Factory 170 Factory Heavy work 59 59 i 3 -- 132 145 81 139 162' 220 249 160 183 255 293 425 & & . walking slowly. seated Drug store..I Type of shading device Canvas awning Inside venetian blinds. light color Roller shades. full shading Windows shaded by normal setback from external building surface Outside shading screen Wood sash (85% gross area equals net glass area) J Shade coefficient 0. iiiht work or Department store.55 0. bank Standing.59 0.apartrnents h-loderately active office work Offices.

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