Some articles on wind tower, wind, wind towers, towers, tower:
... Qanats used in conjunction with a wind tower can provide cooling as well as a water supply ... A wind tower is a chimney-like structure positioned above the house of its four openings, the one opposite the wind direction is opened to move air out of the house ... Wind tower and qanat cooling have been used in desert climates for over 1000 years ...
... A shabestan can be cooled using a Qanat in conjunction with a wind tower ... A wind tower is a chimney-like structure positioned above the house the one of its four openings opposite the wind direction is opened to move air out of the house ... Wind tower and qanat cooling have been used in desert climates for over 1000 years ...
... The Wind Towers is a complex of two towers in Jumeirah Lake Towers Free Zone in Dubai, United Arab Emirates ... The two towers, Wind Tower 1 and Wind Tower 2, both consist of 38 floors but are 139 m (454 ft) and 137 m (448 ft) respectively ... The towers are under construction and were expected to be completed in 2010 or early 2011, however, they are on hold as of April 2013 ...
... in an outbuilding at the foot of the tower ... Heigham Holmes Mill is a mid-nineteenth century four-storey brick tower which retains most of its machinery ... as has High's Mill, another four-storey brick tower mill built in the mid-nineteenth century ...
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