Positive air pressure transient propagation - the final frontier of understanding in the drive to reduce vent system complexity

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    Original languageEnglish
    PagesE1-1/E1-9
    Publication statusPublished - 2001
    EventProceedings of CIB W62 Symposium Water supply and Drainage for Buildings - , Slovenia
    Duration: 1 Sep 2001 → …

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    ConferenceProceedings of CIB W62 Symposium Water supply and Drainage for Buildings
    Abbreviated titleCIB W62
    CountrySlovenia
    Period1/09/01 → …

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    Swaffield, J., Jack, L. B., Campbell, D., & Gormley, M. (2001). Positive air pressure transient propagation - the final frontier of understanding in the drive to reduce vent system complexity. E1-1/E1-9. Paper presented at Proceedings of CIB W62 Symposium Water supply and Drainage for Buildings, Slovenia.
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    Swaffield, J, Jack, LB, Campbell, D & Gormley, M 2001, 'Positive air pressure transient propagation - the final frontier of understanding in the drive to reduce vent system complexity', Paper presented at Proceedings of CIB W62 Symposium Water supply and Drainage for Buildings, Slovenia, 1/09/01 pp. E1-1/E1-9.

    Positive air pressure transient propagation - the final frontier of understanding in the drive to reduce vent system complexity. / Swaffield, John; Jack, Lynne Barbara; Campbell, David; Gormley, Michael.

    2001. E1-1/E1-9 Paper presented at Proceedings of CIB W62 Symposium Water supply and Drainage for Buildings, Slovenia.

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    Swaffield J, Jack LB, Campbell D, Gormley M. Positive air pressure transient propagation - the final frontier of understanding in the drive to reduce vent system complexity. 2001. Paper presented at Proceedings of CIB W62 Symposium Water supply and Drainage for Buildings, Slovenia.