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Wind Tower
In today's world, the importance of saving energy and energy is common knowledge. Wind turbines can save energy used to provide warm comfort during the warmer months of the year, especially during peak hours. In this paper, we propose a new construction of wind towers. The proposed wind towers are located at the top of the buildings, which also monitor the wind speed at the region. If the desired wind speed is reached in many places, other wind towers can be installed in more places. The proposed wind tower can also rotate and position itself on the side of the high wind speed. In regions where wind speed is low, to improve the efficiency of the system in a solar chimney or air tower on one side can be installed in another part of the building on the opposite side. The use of transparent materials in the production of proposed wind towers improves the use of natural light within the building. The great advantage of air towers is that they are artificial systems that do not require labor. Also, wind turbines reduce energy consumption and pollution.
In areas where wind speed is low, wind towers with wet areas may be used. The surface of the air tower contains a series of straw or cellulose called pads that are widely used in evaporative coolers (Fig. 4). These pads are placed on the surface of the air tower and are kept wet by spraying water on them. The air that passes through these pads is cooled and evaporates so their size increases. As the cooler air is heavier than the surrounding air, there will be a scattering under the air [1], [6], [7]. In Fig. 4, the air tower is connected to an air heater or solar chimney [1], [8]. In this design, air circulation is done outside through the doors and windows of the rooms and the solar chimney. In winter, when the wind turbines are not working (i.e., D2, D3 and D4 dampers are off), a solar chimney can heat the room [1], [8] naturally.
A wind catcher is a construction tool that has been used for centuries to create natural cooling in buildings. The tower's function is to hold the cool air that rises above the earth's surface and to direct it inside buildings. It is not known who founded the airspace, although some say he came from Iran and is visible. Air monitors come in a variety of designs, such as uni-directional, bi-directional, and multi-directional. Examples of spirit mediums can be found in Persian folklore throughout the Middle East, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. Central Iran has a very wide range of daytime temperatures, from cooler to extreme temperatures, and the air is usually very dry throughout the day. Many buildings are constructed of very fine clay with very high inclusion rates. In addition, cities centered on desert areas are often filled very close together with high walls and roofs associated with Western construction, increasing shade at ground level. The direct sunlight is reduced by small windows that do not face the sun.