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*Week of September 4th
*Week of September 4th
**Fri. Met with Charlie and the crew and went over our minimal progress.  We developed a rough plan for the heat exchangers.  I'm looking forward to seeing the graphs of the data.  Agreed to start work on the Green Tour pamphlets and guide sheets.
**Fri. Met with Charlie and the crew and went over our minimal progress.  We developed a rough plan for the heat exchangers.  I'm looking forward to seeing the graphs of the data.  Agreed to start work on the Green Tour pamphlets and guide sheets.
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**Colin got the graphs of our heat exchanger data online!  Looks great, and matches what I expected (some form of a logorithmic curve).
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**Colin got the graphs of our heat exchanger data online!  Looks great, and matches what I expected (some form of decay curve like 1-e^(-x)).
*Week of August 28th
*Week of August 28th
**Tue. Third-sun finished the installation of the PV panels on the roof.  I had  an 8am class, but I managed to document the process from 10am to 6pm using Colin's camara.  I even helped a little bit.  Dan and I found out from Ben that health codes typically require two levels of separation for solor hot water heat exchangers, so we're going to have to rethink our design.
**Tue. Third-sun finished the installation of the PV panels on the roof.  I had  an 8am class, but I managed to document the process from 10am to 6pm using Colin's camara.  I even helped a little bit.  Dan and I found out from Ben that health codes typically require two levels of separation for solor hot water heat exchangers, so we're going to have to rethink our design.

Revision as of 16:59, 10 September 2006

Contents

Colin's Cosmic Contemplations

Kate's Killer Thoughts and Reflections

Discovery: Having a job that says that you are "on duty 24 hours a day" does not lend itself to getting a lot of classwork done. oops.

Dan's Dusty Tomes of Lore

Ehren's Elegant Chicken Scratch

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