Cross ventilation

cross ventilation

[′krȯs ‚vent·əl′ā·shən]
(engineering)
The movement of air from one side of a building or room and out the other side or through a monitor.

Cross ventilation

The technique of using natural air movement from the outside and drawing it inside without the aid of ventilation systems to cool buildings. Positioning windows in line with each other on opposite walls will create the maximum air flow and cooling effect.

cross ventilation

The circulation of fresh air through open windows, doors, or other openings, which are in opposite sides of the room or rooms being ventilated.
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Further, placing courtyards or garden areas with ponds or other water features to cool the low-level air will produce cross ventilation and natural cooling.
The homes feature an energy-efficient architectural design that allows cross ventilation and lets natural light in.
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He informed that we should construct homes in such a way to have good cross ventilation and proper source of light in form of windows.
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Green, cross ventilation for natural climate, insulated and double glazing for energy efficiency and solar heating.
In environmental measures, only ventilation was adequate in the TB ward according to guidelines, but in DOTS plus ward, all the three things, type of ventilation, cross ventilation, and optimal arrangement of the patients, were adequate [Table 2].
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The facade is an architectural masterpiece with its colours inspired from the sandy dunes of Arabian desert which also feature barajil, a specially designed window that helps in cross ventilation and creating a natural cooling system," Ahmed Hussain, COO of Global Village, told Khaleej Times.