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physics question #1244
DeeCee, a 46 year old male from Indianapolis asks on February 5, 2003,Q:
How does vacuum insulation work and can an R Value be assigned to it? Does the depth of the vacuum change the R Value? Does the cross sectional area affect the value? Finally, what is the typical vacuum depth for insulation, (torr, ect.)?
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