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Symposium TUESDAY PM - Shared screen with speaker view
Sharon Odom
32:50
She just went completely quiet on the screen.
Sharon Odom
33:24
Got her back...thanks
nicole
33:45
Sharon can you hear the panelists?
nicole
33:54
I am hearing everyone fine on my end?
nicole
34:12
Sharon can you hear the panelists?I am hearing everyone fine on my end?
Sharon Odom
35:01
Yes it came back...we are going through a storm
Josh Ostby
45:45
scariest part of this to me is that it took multiple opinions i feel thats needed with a lot of surgeries and doctors now days ..doctors saying your ok until its to late..thank god she got that 3rd opinion!
Josh Ostby
47:24
yes
MB Schiel
01:01:28
Is this part of Credentialing for Indiana?
Kevin Stewart
01:03:46
Hearing an echo... Not sure why.
nicole
01:09:18
Are you still hearing the echo?
nicole
01:09:32
are you in two different whova sessions?
Kevin Stewart
01:09:36
YES, Sometimes bad.
nicole
01:09:50
Henry sounds a bit crackly to me but understandable
MB Schiel
01:10:50
Not quite sure if what Henry is presenting is related to any item on the quiz?
Amy Morris
01:21:41
Please post session questions in the Q&A section in Whova, just to the right of the viewing screen. That way the moderator can find them. Thanks!
Darioush Ghahremani, Ph.D
01:24:43
We can not hear the speaker very well. It comes and goes?
Darioush Ghahremani, Ph.D
01:25:01
Darioush
Kevin Stewart
01:27:31
Tony, my comments are in Session chat window.
Tony Pierce
01:32:12
Thank you
Daniel Potter
01:36:04
Amber, GREAT overview, insights and suggestions!
Darioush Ghahremani, Ph.D
01:38:26
Good Job Amber
Darioush Ghahremani, Ph.D
01:38:35
Darioush
Amber Vaughn
01:39:23
Thank you!
Dawn Oggier
01:40:01
Great job Amber. I may have some more data you could use for your research.
Amber Vaughn
01:40:39
Thank you, Dawn! I would love to see it and chat about it.
Kevin Stewart
01:53:48
Do you have a preferred place to chat?
Robert Lewis
02:03:34
How can you have 140CFM and 3.4 " WC?
Chad Robinson
02:06:26
The new adjustable speed fans will do it.
Josh Ostby
02:06:51
even with thick clay use a small fan hmm how many gallons of soil are you removing ?
Chad Robinson
02:07:20
15ish
Lesley Herrmann
02:08:26
We see this all the time in TN. Radon systems often lead to too much negative pressure on the house, which increases infiltration and moisture loads on the house. 9xs out of 10, the HVAC system is too large, so proper dehumidification is not achieved. We need to do a better job of testing and balancing the house/radon system and retest at the end. (No question here, just a comment; great job and thanks for sharing!)
Lesley Herrmann
02:09:43
...* retest radon levels at the end (after installation).
Tod Boss
02:11:36
2 watts. WOW!!
Lesley Herrmann
02:12:20
That's impressive. Yes! Diagnostics up front!
Josh Ostby
02:12:34
what types of soil are you running into
Amanda Hong
02:12:41
Not to mention the energy savings and public health benefits as well! Thanks so much for promoting these operational cost considerations.
Darioush Ghahremani, Ph.D
02:13:42
Good job by both of you guys. Thank yo Very good study.
Darioush Ghahremani, Ph.D
02:13:47
Darioush
Josh Ostby
02:14:59
is it a geographic thing?
Josh Ostby
02:15:36
im in mn
Serena Groff
02:16:00
Josh, soils are very geographic dependent. Web Soil Survey tool through NRCS is useful for investigating what you may run into in certain areas.
Joshua Kerber
02:17:01
It may help, but you are always at the whim of what the builder decided to backfill with.