The phenomenon of air movement driven by wind pressures wind passing through the thermal insulation within enclosures, causing significant loss of heat flow control and potentially causing condensation. Typically occurs are exposed building edges, such as at the outside corners and roof eaves because of the large pressure gradients at these locations. This can be thought of as the “wind blowing through the insulating sweater” effect.

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