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Finading U-value for a wall

  1. Feb 26, 2010 #1
    Hey there, I'm pretty new to physics and need to learn how to calculate the U-value for a wall.

    I do have an assignment to do with this but wont post that here as I'd rather learn to do it myself but could someone please post some sort of example of finding U-value using a brick wall with a cavity filled with syrofoam please.

    I just need to be able to calculate it myself and any links you think could be useful, would you please post aswell.

    Much thanks :)

    Emmett

    P.s. misspelled the title >.< finding it was to be :P
     
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2010
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