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Energy Movement

HPIP Energy Movement

What is the thermal boundary? The line around the conditioned space of a home where the insulation and air barrier are located
What best represents the internal driving forces of air leakage? Exhaust, appliances, stack effect and duct leakage.
When compared to Batts, HP Fiberglass has? Higher fiber density
When compared with other insulation systems, HP fiberglass... Is superior for sound control and thermal properties
Between STC - 38 and STC-46, which one is better for controlling airborne sound through walls? STC-46
Duct sealing tends to yield the most savings when the ducts are located in what area? In the attic, basement or crawlspace
When air leaks from inside the building envelope to the outside, what is it called? Exfiltration
Which of the following would typically contribute to the largest air leakage in an older home? # Unsealed penetrations through the floor and ceiling into the crawlspace and attic # Unsealed fireplace chimney # Leakage around doors and windows Unsealed Unsealed penetrations through the floor and ceiling into the crawlspace and attic
What best represents internal driving forces for air leakage? Exhaust appliances, stack effect and duct leakage
If a home has insulation on the interior of the foundation walls, what is always included within the thermal boundary? Basement or crawlspace
Created by: winfrey.felecia



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