Ventilation, definition of
Any portion of the electromagnetic spectrum (including visible light)
that is trapped by free atoms or molecules in the path of the radiation,so reducing their transmission. In the climate context, this is
important for the greenhouse effect since water vapor, carbon dioxide
and methane absorb certain wavelengths of infrared radiation.
EcoWho Articles where 'Ventilation' used:
EcoWho blog posts where 'Ventilation' used:
- Home Ventilation Techniques
Home Ventilation improves the quality of living in your home, we look at the ventilation system options available.
News & Blog articles where 'Ventilation' used:
- Home Ventilation
Ventilating your home is important for your health and well being.
- The Firewood Garden in China adapts to the local environment
A modern building sits in the Anshi Village, Yibin, in Sichuan Province, China, but it is using entirely traditional building techniques to adapt to its environment...
- This villa in India is made up of cascading floating terraces
Currently under construction in Hyderabad, India and designed by Studio Symbiosis, the Floating Terraces Villa will measure 11,840 square feet on one acre of natural landscape...
- A prefab home in Sydney celebrates indoor-outdoor living
Constructed in a Melbourne factory in just 12 weeks, this elegant, prefab home in Sydney offers indoor-outdoor living without compromising thermal comfort. First designed by Sydney-based architectural practice Fox Johnston, the home’s concept was later...
- Breezy Ecuadorian brick home on stilts embraces cool tropical winds
Ecuadorian architecture firm Natura Futura Arquitectura has completed the Stilts House, an elevated brick home that opens up to the outdoors with a perforated facade...
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