(2009), who assessed between 900h and 1100h vines cultivated under a system protected with 150 [micro]m thick translucent woven polypropylene plastic canvas and grapes cultivated WTPC and the authors observed that A was different between the cultivation systems.
The difference in the A values between the two systems found at 800h was associated to the higher gs value in the plants cultivated in the TPC system compared to the plants in the WTPC system (Figures 3C and D).
The higher sensitivity of the stomatal conductance in the TPC system at 1200h was associated to the greater maximum [VPD.sub.air] under this condition (2.5kPa) compared to the same time in the WTPC system (2.1kPa) (Figures 2C and D).
Individual temperature histories of WRC and WTPC shingles exposed in Wisconsin were monitored from January 2003 to December 2005 to assess the influence of the shingles on solar-induced thermal loads imparted to the wood roof truss lumber, OSB roof sheathing, and attic air temperatures experienced in traditional North American light-framed constructions.
On the warmest summer days, black fiberglass shingles were more than 10[degrees]C warmer than matched white fiberglass shingles and about 20 to 25[degrees]C warmer than comparable WRC or WTPC shingles.
Summer temperatures of sheathing under WTPC and WRC shingles were virtually the same and generally 12 to 15[degrees]C cooler than temperatures under fiberglass shingles.
The Current Reality Tree shows the participants' perceptions of the causes of undesirable effects present at WTPC [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].
For example, one hidden assumption between nodes C and E is that "WTPC has access to R & D capital." Another hidden assumption between nodes B and D is that "WTPC lacks sufficient R & D capabilities." During a brainstorming session, participants immediately verbalized an injection to break this assumption: "develop a new product with the help of an existing customer." They then took this injection for the moment as achieved ("WTPC has a partner who contributes new technology") and developed a Future Reality Tree.
WTPC continues to use the Thinking process in identifying and resolving problems.(5) The accomplishments achieved by using the Thinking process has led to over 50 people being trained to use the Thinking Process.
In the summer of 2002, temperatures were recorded in the structures with WRC, WTPC, and fiberglass shingles at the Valley View exposure site in Wisconsin.
From July to September 2002, the WRC shingles and WTPC shingles on the WI structures were evaluated for their UV durability and their influence on the solar-induced thermal loads imparted to wood roof truss lumber and OSB roof sheathing in typical light-framed construction.
The maximum temperatures recorded for the shingles during this period were 68.2[degrees]C for black fiberglass, 59.1[degrees]C for white fiberglass, 47.1[degrees]C for WRC, and 48.7[degrees]C and 46.9[degrees]C for WTPC with and without lathe, respectively.