2 edition of Climatic information for building design in Canada, 1965 found in the catalog.
Climatic information for building design in Canada, 1965
National Research Council of Canada. Associate Committee on the National Building Code.
1965 in Ottawa .
Written in English
|Statement||[by Donald W. Boyd.|
|Series||National Research Council Canada. [Publications] NRC -- no. 8329.|
|Contributions||Boyd, Donald Wilkin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Climatic information for building design in Canada, supplement no. 1 to the National Building Code of Canada. [Donald Wilkin Boyd; National Research Council of Canada. Associate Committee on the National Building Code.].
In the edition of the ASHRAE Guide and Data Book the winter table included 62 Canadian stations, which was approximately The 33 stations in the table of summer climatic conditions in the edition of the Guide were all included.
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Unformatted text preview: Division B Appendix G Climatic and Seismic Information for Building Design in Canada Introduction The great diversity of climate in Canada has a considerable effect on the performance of buildings; consequently, building design must reﬂect this Appendix brieﬂy describes how climatic design values are computed and provides.
Has supplements: Climatic information for building design in Canada, ?; Fire resistance ratings, ; Fire performance ratings, ; Handbook of pressure coefficients for wind loads, ; Structural information for building design in Canada, ; Commentaries on part 4 of the National building code of Canada, ; Housing standards, Canada.
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However, there are indications climate may be beginning to change. If buildings do, in fact, experience different environmental conditions over. of years. Climate change may require a building to operate over a range of climatic conditions as a result of the impact of global warming.
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