Using Therm for Energy Analysis

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Therm energy modeling program is a tidy little application for investigating design details for thermal performance. Well-validated and the standard tool used by the National Fenestration Rating Council to rate windows and doors, we have used Therm in our office to analyze foundations, walls, and openings.
The link to our web site’s page with the PDF:
Using Therm

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