passive solar handbook -OSU Solar Decathlon Passive Building Systems video

January 7, 2014 – 12:21 pm

** The members of the OSU Solar Decathlon team, Deanna Hinkle and Dave Nedrow, discuss the passive Solar House I, with an emphasis on Operable louvers to … Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 4 Responses to “passive solar handbook -OSU Solar Decathlon Passive Building Systems video”

  2. lol i thought it was oklahoma state

    By iwantosavemoney on Jan 7, 2014

  3. this is great how can i get involved i would like to take a class and it is
    in oklahoma that is awsome

    By iwantosavemoney on Jan 7, 2014

  4. @n7app I think the question to ask contractors in your area is do you have
    the expertise to build around the principles of passive solar design and a
    tight building envelope? 5 months of research tells me: 1) SIPS for walls
    and roof provide highest R value and high cost efficiency. 2) Solar gain
    windows on the south side will heat your home for free. 3) Thermal mass
    inside your home store that heat. Ex: concrete, stone, water. 4) Use small
    heat recovery ventilation. 5) A small woodstove.

    By Butwhy Doesitmatter on Jan 7, 2014

  5. Are there any companies that will actually design and build such a home? We
    are looking forward to build a home in Washington State. We hope to build
    in an energy efficient way.

    By ipsut on Jan 7, 2014

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