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3-D printed ceramics could provide buildings with airflow, evaporative cooling

By Faye Oney / March 27, 2018

Inspired by Arabic lace screens, a team of faculty and staff from Iowa State University’s architecture department have created a 3-D-printed ceramic façade that can be used as part of a mechanical system to control the amount of light, privacy, airflow, and cooling in a building.

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3-D printed ceramic bricks combat heat through evaporative cooling

By Jessica McMathis / February 23, 2015

Emerging Objects’ Cool Brick combines age-old cooling system with 21st century technology to produce a 3-D printed brick that can cool a room with water.

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NREL’s new AC process to ease the heat wave burden

By / July 6, 2010

I’m dreading my next electricity bill. With this heat wave, I don’t think my AC unit has stopped running once in the past week. NREL may have developed an AC unit that eases the burden of energy usage. According to a press release, NREL’s  new air conditioning process has the potential of using 50 to…

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