The use of weather and climatological data in evaluating the durability of building components and materials
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1974 - Architecture - 71 pages
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9een accelerated aging acid air contaminants Alaska Albedo Appendix table areas Arizona Atlantic City atmosphere building components building materials Climatography climatological and weather climatological data components and materials degradation departures of average dry season durability testing Emissions environmental factors extremes Fairbanks freeze-thaw freezing and thawing fungi Heating degree day Ice pellets inch Latitude listed in table Location Maryland maximum monthly Mean Sky Cover measurement MESOTHERMAL MICROTHERMAL mile Minneapolis-St moisture Montana month National Bureau National Weather Service Nevada nitrogen dioxide NOAA normal North Dakota number of days oooooo organic oxides particulates percent POLAR CLIMATES pollutants polymers precipitation Puerto Rico Rainforest relative humidity Research San Juan short-term tests simulated aging Sites Listed sleet snow snowfall solar radiation Specific humidity Steppe Subtropical sulfur dioxide surface temperature cycling Tropical Savanna ultraviolet United values Vegas Washington weather data weathering factors Weathering Index wetness wind