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Enclosure systems refer to the "skin" of the building and may include roof, walls, and ground protection from air and water penetration.

Title Datesort ascending Author
Performance of Glass FIber Lath as a Plaster Base with Exterior Cement Plaster (Stucco) Apr 10, 2010 William F. Egan (BASF Construction Chemicals, LLC), Eric Auman (BASF Construction Chemicals, LLC)
OSB Sheathing with Integral Water-Resistive Barriers Apr 10, 2010 Thomas Thorsell (Syracuse University), Mark Bomberg (Syracusse University)
Monitoring of Internal Moisture Loads in Residential Buildings - Research Design and Early Findings Apr 10, 2010 Lois Arena (Steven Winter Associates Inc.), Michael D. Blanford (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development)
Hygroscopic Climatic Modulated Boundaries Jan 01, 2010 Marionyt Tyrone Marshall, Assoc. AIA, NOMA, ACADIA, LEED AP BD+C (Perkins+Will)
The Charlotte Vermont House : A Whole Building Design Guide Case Study Nov 01, 2009 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
Skin Deep: Breathing Life into the Layer between Man and Nature Dec 01, 2008 Doris Kim Sung (University of Southern California)
Detection of Moisture and Water Intrusion Within Building Envelopes by Means of Infrared Thermographic Inspections Apr 01, 2008 Antonio Colantonio (Public Works and Government Services Canada)
Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities Jan 01, 2001 The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health, Facility Guidelines Institute
Integrated Environmental Design of Buildings Jan 01, 1972 P.E. O'Sullivan (University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology)
An Information System for Component Building Jan 01, 1970 Theodore H. Myer (Bolt, Beranek & Newman Inc.)

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