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The parameter [R.sub.insul-sys] calculated above may then be used to predict the overall U for a metal building insulation assembly by using the Choudhary correlation, given earlier by Equation 1.
A total of 13 metal building insulation assemblies were modeled using three-dimensional numerical approaches, 9 by the author and 4 by Beard and Wangard (2013).
To reiterate, this work is a part of an ongoing effort to develop and apply a comprehensive and validated mathematical model to calculate the thermal performance of metal building insulation assemblies.
(2010), a three-dimensional mathematical model for heat transfer in metal building insulation assemblies was developed and tested with measurements conducted on the hot box set up of a standing seam roof assembly consisting of fiberglass insulation.
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These earlier studies have played an important role in highlighting the thermal bridging effect, provide useful insights into heat transfer in metal building assemblies, and some of them have been used to calculate the U-factors for metal building insulation assemblies.
To reiterate, the objective of this work was to develop a comprehensive and validated mathematical model that may be used to calculate the thermal performance of metal building insulation assemblies.
We have followed the recommendation from the 90.1 Envelope Subcommittee (McBride and Waite 2009) to include the important steps in the derivation of expressions for various thermal resistances present in the metal building insulation assemblies.
The paper described the second part of a comprehensive, mathematical modeling based study of the thermal performance of metal building insulation assemblies.
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