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|Description=this is a 40mm casement window modeled off the Vantage profile, all elements are extruded profiles right down to the neoprene seals, this file is quite large but excellent for showing that extra detail in your project.  I think i've managed to iron out all the kinks, and yes this window is parametric.
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Description Parametric Timber Framed Internal Window - Double Bay

CSI Division: 08 52 00 Wood Windows RevitCity Division: Windows > Miscellaneous Product Version: Revit Architecture 2010 Uploaded By: Johnboy Uploaded On: Tue, Oct 6, 2009 Original Creator: Johnboy

Investment Cost 300
Life Expectancy 12 years
Image 8055.jpg
Trade:
Information sources http://www.revitcity.com/downloads.php?action=view&object_id=8055
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Dimensions: mm
Thickness: 40 mm
Infiltration Rate: m³/hm²
Sound Insulation: dBA
Thermal Conductivity: W/mK
Specific Heat Capacity: J/kgK
Number of Glazing: 2
U-Value: 5.2 W/m2K
Annual Degradation Rate on U-Value: 99  %
g-Value:  %
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient:  %
Visual Light Transmittance:  %
Material:

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