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#1 Posted : Monday, August 5, 2013 10:29:21 PM(UTC)
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Hi, can someone explain how basically tent with two "walls", and sealed outer plastic reduces the phenomenon? Just because a system is more airy? Then we add a large single-wall tent, another tent, network theory, it doesn't reduce the phenomenon.
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, August 6, 2013 12:07:37 AM(UTC)
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As far as I know and understand, this is not a phenomenon which does not exist in two tent, it simply occurs on the outer layer.
I.e. that the steam passing through the inner layer (airy) and condensation on the outer layer (less airy and colder).

Of course, as the outer layer (in both types of tents) will have a better ventilation that will diminish the phenomenon, but it has about his own multi-layer phenomenon less disturbing. In fact, I think the statement that two tent necessarily more than just fan.

And to answer your question-in theory (and probably also in reality) that should help (although I heard about more successful ideas, like, uh, buy two tent.)
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