Natural cooling

Natural cooling

Use of environmental phenomena to cool buildings, such as natural ventilation and evaporative cooling.
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In keeping with the emphasis on sustainability, the pavilion will utilise an environmentally-friendly, natural cooling mechanism inspired by traditional Arabic and Japanese technologies - windcathers and uchimizu.
The building designs include thicker walls and orientation, which enables them to benefit from the shade of adjacent buildings, provides natural cooling and reduces the need for air-conditioning.
Inspired by the way that speakers are designed, Wind-Freeao features 21,000 micro air holes that help reach the desired temperature with Fast Cooling mode, and thereafter maintaining the ideal temperature without any direct wind by gently dispersing cool and still air through micro air holes for a natural cooling effect through Wind-Freeao technology.
"The average sales price adjustments reflected in this report signal a natural cooling off interval after a very hot stretch, and the expansive demand for homes throughout the five boroughs," said John H.
A cooling gel pad inside the pillow reacts to your body temperature to absorb excess heat, "drawing it away from your skin to produce a natural cooling effect".
The ministry official highlighted that these natural waterways that snake through these urban centres, many of which are removed or encroached upon, used to provide natural cooling effect when wind passed across through them during sweltering summer months.
Households before benefited from the natural cooling effect of water by line-drying their clothes in front of windows.
He said Kyrgyzstan has a chance to become a leader in storing and processing data from all over the Central Asian region as the country has all conditions for that: natural cooling, affordable electricity and human potential.
Specimens for each test are identified by the notation W - T * E * - NC/WC, where " W" donates the wood specimen, "T indicates the exposure temperature (T100 means that the exposure temperature is 100[degrees]C), "E" gives the exposure time (E15 means that the exposure time is 15 min), and "NC/WC" is the cooling method after temperature ("NC" and "WC" indicate natural cooling and water cooling, respectively).
"The building designs include thicker walls and orientation, which enables them to benefit from the shade of adjacent buildings, providing natural cooling and reducing the need for air-conditioning.
The LPIEC operates in an environment with natural cooling. The electronic circuit of excitation of the inductor provides a series of unipolar current pulses, which allows to save some of the energy in the CES by the end of the working cycle [5].
One of the accomplishments towards reducing significant power consumption has been replacing air-conditioning with Free Cooling Units (FCUs) and Natural Cooling Units (NCUs) to maximise the conversion of Indoor (ID) to Outdoor (OD) as a part of SHUT AC initiative.