作者:闾舫     |      日期:2019-03-03 02:04:02
By Barry Fox IF WALLS HAD LUNGS Buildings of the future will breathe through their walls. That could make them 30 per cent more efficient than conventional structures, according to models built by the University of Aberdeen, UK. The buildings’ load-bearing frames support walls made from porous glass-fibre panels insulated with wool, and the air inside is kept at slightly lower pressure than outside. The pressure difference continuously sucks air through the walls,