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by Guest » Wed May 13, 2009 8:13 am

Hey Shawn,

How are you guys? Things have been so crazy on this end. We had a baby and all is good, but its been hectic.

School is totally nuts. I miss having you around to talk shop with. I had an instrumentation course this term which was really intense.

I am pretty swamped right now so I can't chat, but I will give you a call next week when I am finished with exams and I can breathe, for 1 solid week at least. I start some summer intensity shortly after I finish this term, working in the modal lab doing some sound testing of materials. Should be cool. I'm also taking a fluid dynamics class.

Anyway, I was wondering if you can point me to some good info on energy loss from windows. I have a project in Heat Transfer that I need to complete last minute before exams. No, I haven't put it off, the instructor just assigned it last week and we had 2 30 page reports due this week. Nuts I tell you. I just need to put this together really quick so I can focus on exams. I have done the calculations to determine payback for a new system I just need some info on SHGC, U-Factor, Visible Transmittance, Air Leakage, Low-E and gas filled windows. I have been to the DOE site and a few others to get the basics, but I want to bulk it up a bit. I have to be reasonable though. I have 3 huge, critical, finals starting Friday.

Thanks man and hello to Allison from the "Merlino's"!!

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