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Forced Convection Airflow Driven by Massive Evaporation of Water from Moss Served as a Cover Plant for Building Surfaces

Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan

Citation:  2007 ASAE Annual Meeting  077129.(doi:10.13031/2013.22961)
Authors:   Jai-Eok Park, Haruhiko Murase
Keywords:   Active greening, Evaporation, Forced convection, Urban heat island, Wall greening

Urban atmospheric conditions are usually warmer, drier and dirtier than those of rural areas owing to reduction of green and water space areas. Polluted air accumulates on the surface of urban areas, because airflow does not take place for stagnation of the atmosphere. Therefore, reducing city cooling loads can provide significant environmental and economic benefits for our urban areas.

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