band window

band window

One of a horizontal series of three windows or more, separated only by mul-lions, that form a horizontal band across the façade of a building; for example, see frieze-band window. Most commonly found in buildings erected after 1900. Also called a ribbon window.
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1 200 m 2 band window aluminum, 1.20 x 2.25 m, Outer facade, - approx.
4, it is possible to infer that the best OP performance can be obtained in the 350GHz band window.
I was required to provide support to two commanders with varying operations and priorities during a challenging time in FM with sequestration, many uncertainties, and "new normals." In addition, I was required to be deployment ready as my AEF tempo band window had begun, in which I may have been tasked to deploy for six months.
The building's exterior will be red brick with a continuous band window system while the interior will offer a bright, inviting two-story atrium lobby, professional finishes and flexible and efficient floor plates.
In the vertical, Fixed window elements, 2 motor-controlled tilting blades are installed per band window for the regulated air supply.
370 sqm wooden-aluminum band window as a block system, 35 sqm wooden-aluminum mullion-transom facade, steel and aluminum entrance doors
Table 5 shows the thermal performance values for low-e double glazed with blinds in Building N (located in Tokyo; band windows) for which the reproducibility calculations were performed using measured outdoor air temperature, vertical solar radiation transmitted through the glass, and indoor air temperature as boundary conditions.
Table 7 shows the performance values for each element of the AFWs in Building S (located in Tokyo; reproducibility calculations were performed for band windows, with a cavity depth of 0.282 m [0.925 ft]), using measured outdoor air temperature, vertical solar radiation transmitted through the outer glass, and indoor air temperature as boundary conditions.
Calculations were performed by using measured outdoor air temperature, vertical solar radiation transmitted through the outer glass, and indoor air temperature as boundary conditions to reproduce the temperature at each element on a double-skin facade as measured at an office building with an east-facing double-skin facade (Building K, located in Tokyo; band windows).
The tension between the directional nature of an oval, reinforced by the linear skylight with the band windows at the top, and the centralised nature of the circular void, is heightened by colour.