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" VI. The provisions for ventilation should be such as to provide for each person in a class-room not less than thirty cubic feet of fresh air per minute, which amount must be introduced and thoroughly distributed without creating unpleasant draughts, or... "
Report - 204 페이지
저자: West Virginia. Department of Health - 1883
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The Detroit Lancet, 3권

Leartus Connor, Henry Alexander Cleland - 1880
...which amount must be introduced and thoroughly distributed without creating unpleasant draughts or causing any two parts of the room to differ in temperature...twenty-eight cubic feet of air per second should be continuously furnished, distributed and removed during school hours. The velocity of the incoming air...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 102권

1880
...or the maximum temperature to exceed seventy degrees, Fahrenheit. This means that for a class-room to contain fifty-six pupils twenty-eight cubic feet of air per second should be continuously furnished, distributed, and removed during school sessions. The velocity of the incoming...
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A Graduating System for Country Schools

Alexander Luark Wade - 1880 - 451 페이지
...which amount must be introduced and thoroughly distributed without creating unpleasant draughts, or causing any two parts of the room to differ in temperature more than 20° F., or the maximum temperature to exceed 70°. This means that for a school-room to contain fifty-six...
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Official Report: Including a Record of the National Convention

American Association of School Administrators - 1881
...which amount must be introduced and thoroughly distributed without creating unpleasant draughts or causing any two parts of the room to differ in temperature more than 2° Fahrenheit, or the maximum temperature to exceed 70° Fahrenheit. The \elocity of the incoming air...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ...

United States. Bureau of Education - 1882
...which amount must be introduced and thoroughly distributed without creating unpleasant draughts or causing any two parts of the room to differ in temperature...than 2° F., or the maximum temperature to exceed 70C F. This moans that for a class room to contain fifty-six pupils twenty-eight cubic feet of air...
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Annual Report

United States. Office of Education - 1882
...introduced and thoroughly distributed without creating unpleasant draughts or causing any two parte of the room to differ in temperature more than 2° F., or the maximum temperature to exceed 70e F. This means that for a class room to contain fifty-six pupils twenty-eight cubic feet of air...
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Report, 2권

Iowa. State Department of Health - 1883
...exceed fourteen feet. " 6. Ventilation should be such as to provide for each person in a class-room not less than thirty cubic feet of fresh air per minute,...temperature to exceed 70° F. This means that for a class-room to contain fifty-six pupils twenty-eight cubic feet of air per second should be constantly...
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Biennial report of the State Board of Health of the State of Iowa. 1882/83

1883
...exceed fourteen feet. " 6. Ventilation should be such as to provide for each person in a class-room not less than thirty cubic feet of fresh air per minute,...temperature to exceed 70° F. This means that for a class-room to contain fifty-six pupils twenty-eight cubic feet of air per second should be constantly...
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The Student, 3권

1883
...which amount must be introduced and thoroughly distributed without creating unpleasant draughts or causing any two parts of the room to differ in temperature...temperature to exceed 70° F. This means that, for a class-room to contain fiftysix pupils, twenty-eight cubic feet of air per second should- be continuously...
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Annual report of the Indiana State Board of Health. 1888

1889
...which amount must be introduced and thoroughly distributed without creating unpleasant draughts, or causing any two parts of the room to differ in temperature...temperature to exceed 70° F. This means that for a class-room to contain fifty-six pupils, twenty-eight cubic feet of air per second should be continuously...
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