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 It will then be admissible to disregard the thermal bridge effects in the PHPP, thus simplifying the calculation quite considerably. This equates to the statement $ \Delta U_{WB} \leq 0$, where $\Delta U_{WB}$ is the thermal bridge correction addend (as used in the German energy saving regulations for example)\\ It will then be admissible to disregard the thermal bridge effects in the PHPP, thus simplifying the calculation quite considerably. This equates to the statement $ \Delta U_{WB} \leq 0$, where $\Delta U_{WB}$ is the thermal bridge correction addend (as used in the German energy saving regulations for example)\\
  
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-[{{ :​picopen:​huelle_passivhaus_mit_logo.png?​nolink350|Due to thermal bridge free design, the heat losses through the thermal bridges can be reduced so much that they do not have to be taken into account in the energy balance.}}] 
  
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