Passive cooling


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Passive cooling

Using passive building strategies to relieve the cooling load of a building by capitalizing on such things as predictable summer breezes or by shading windows from direct summer sunlight.
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Implementing passive cooling in building design focuses primarily on heat gain control and heat dissipation, in order to improve indoor thermal comfort with little or no additional energy consumption.
The raised platform responds to site conditions, including passive cooling and insect control.
The proposed advanced cooling system structure features a passive cooling heat rejection pathway associated with a smart active cooling system structure which operates based on the heat rejection needs.
Other features of the MavX include 150-degree light spread; silent, passive cooling and built-in LumenRadioao wireless DMX control.
Among the highlights will be efficient building design with passive cooling and natural ventilation and cooling systems.
CPI Passive Cooling provides equipment cooling performance in all elements of the data center, supporting companies in their green efforts.
Strategies used in the project included a high efficiency lighting system, emphasis on maximizing daylighting, passive cooling in the office building, radiant floors in the apartments, exterior shades to manage peak solar loads, air-to-air heat recovery between ventilation and exhaust air, the geoexchange loop, solar thermal domestic hot water in the apartment building, and photovoltaic (PV) solar energy for the office building.
It also features a passive cooling system designed to keep an infant's core temperature below a critical point (heat stroke begins at 104[degrees]F) until emergency responders arrive.
All HID LED EX39 base lamps feature the CoolSink passive cooling system that allows air to flow freely through the lamp.
Currently, smartphonesuse passive cooling solutions like graphite foil sheets on the CPU, to dissipate the heat from the cellphone casing.
Better design, for starters: For thousands of years, the world's tropical and desert areas have used passive cooling systems--simple architectural tweaks that minimize a structure's exposure to heat.

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