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Latest revision as of 10:40, 23 May 2017


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Description
Advantages
Disadvantages
Characteristic features
Application barriers
Information sources
Image
Trade:
Parameter Minimal Value Maximal Value Unit
Name

Expanded polystyrene (CIBSE)

Thickness

166

m

Conductivity

0.035

W/(m·K)

Density

25

kg/m³

Capacity

1400

J/(kg·K)

Resistance

4.7429

m²K/W

Deterioration Description
Causes
Parameter
Degradation Rate
Measurement


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