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Windy bell
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Hunger is still a serious problem. They are in a difficult environment to use refrigerators, where hot temperatures and poor electricity supply had led to food rot and hunger. Tropical regions such as Nigeria have cassava as their staple food, but the shelf life is very short. To preserve these for as long as possible is to keep the cool temperatures. You can hang this storage on a branch to see the effect of the refrigerator without using electricity. It's eco-friendly designed to keep cool using the principle of adiabatic expansion. Therefore, this allows us to get out of hunger by keeping food longer.


Incheon national university

Incheon national university
Incheon, South Korea

hyeona cho,
Incheon National University

Seung bin lee,
Incheon National University