What is in the design of an effective roof ventilation system. To effectively harness the natural forces of airflow currents, convection, the venturi effect and wind driven airflows you need to incorporate the physics of fluid dynamics into the design of the roof ventilation system.
In physics, fluid dynamics deals with fluid flow – the natural science of fluids (liquids and gases) in motion. It has several sub disciplines in itself including aero dynamics, the studies of air and other gases in motion, such as velocity, pressure, density and temperature of space and time.
THE RULE FOR NATURAL ROOF VENTILATION IS BASIC PHYSICS – AIR IN AIR OUT
Consider this simple example I am sure most of you have experienced this problem. An example – your take away cup of coffee you have a large hole to drink the coffee through and a small hole to let the air into the cup to allow the coffee to come through the larger hole (fluid dynamics). If the small hole has not been properly punched through the lid, the coffee will not flow out so you have to punch a larger hole through the small hole to allow the coffee to flow, air in – coffee out (fluid dynamics).
It is as easy as that so it makes good sense that you would need inlet and outlet points within the roof covering for an effective roof ventilation system.
SO WE KNOW WHAT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN THE DESIGN OF AN EFFECTIVE NATURAL ROOF VENILATION SYSTEM
A system that harnesses all the natural forces and elements of air flow currents, convection, the venturi effect and wind driven airflows, a system that has been designed to incorporate aerodynamics so it will stay in place for whatever mother nature throws at it.
A system that uses all these elements for an effective roof ventilation system will work amazingly for you.
Prepare to be amazed.
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ANYTHING ELSE IS A COMPROMISE
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