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Posted by jim on Friday, October 15, 2010 at 5:47pm.

Consider three layers of a wall. The first layer is plaster 1.0 cm thick (R = 0.033 SI units), the second layer is fiberglass insulation 8.9 cm thick (R = 2.97), and the outside layer is wood 3.0 cm thick (R = 0.33). What is the heat loss through one square meter of wall if the inside temperature is 20 °C and the outside is −10°C?

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