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The building uses air pressure to achieve the effect of air circulation throughout the building, which reduces the utilization electricity by avoiding electronic devices like air conditioners. The bottles on the wall change the air pressure, which ultimately cools it down according to Gay-Lussac's Law. Later on, the cooled air enters the room by the bottles and pushes the hot air up into the glass area of the roof. The hot air will trigger the temperature-sensitive automatic switch to control the roof to release hot air out and keep the air circulation cycle going.
National Yunlin University of Scien
WU KAI XING,
National Yunlin University of Science and Technology