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Thermal bridging in light steel framing and modular construction (P411)

This publication provides an introduction to thermal bridging, an explanation of the consequences of thermal bridging and describes how these effects are considered and quantified in the UK Building Regulations.
SKU: P411
£40.00

This publication provides an introduction to thermal bridging, an explanation of the consequences of thermal bridging and describes how these effects are considered and quantified in the UK Building Regulations. Different methods for minimising thermal bridges in light steel and modular construction are described and examples are used to demonstrate the different methods. The publication includes results from thermal analysis models for common construction details used in light steel framing and modular construction. Alternative solutions for balcony attachments with minimised thermal bridging are also presented.  

Products specifications
SCI Publication Ref P411
ISBN number 978-1-85942-220-5
Author. M R Sansom
Author. A G J Way
Author. R M Lawson
Publisher SCI
Edition Year 2016
Binding Paperback
Dimensions A4
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