Heat Insulation in Cold Storage Construction

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Heat Insulation in Cold Storage Construction

The Structural Engineer
Heat Insulation in Cold Storage Construction
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To the structural engineer the question of heat insulation is usually one of secondary importance, but to the designer of a cold stores or a precooling plant it is a major problem, for the insulation is the most important element he has to consider. Ezer Griffiths

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