Building Envelope
Assessing Energy and Moisture Effects of EIFS

From D+D Print, March 2014

by André Desjarlais, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and David A. Johnston, EIFS Industry Members Association

A new study simulating performance in eight U.S. climate zones finds good results for most systems....
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Tagged categories: Andre Desjarlais; EIFS; EIFS Industry Members Association (EIMA) ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Testing + Evaluation

Comment from Tom Schwerdt, (6/20/2014, 9:04 AM)

It’s a very interesting article, but the figures really need a click-through to a full-resolution version, or be vector scaled. As they are presented, the figures are small and blurry, significantly reducing their usefulness. Thank you.

Comment from G Johnson, (6/20/2014, 10:06 AM)

Thanks for the comment, Tom. The original images from the author were small, unfortunately. Please take a look at the article in our digital edition, where you can enlarge the images to see them much more clearly. Page 20 at this link: Gina Johnson, D+D magazine

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