Smart Green Walls

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Building a house has come easy nowadays because the technology of mankind has reached an advanced stage of technology in science and research. To build a house material election is critical based on the purpose it is built. There are 10 basic types of wall when constructing a house: poured concrete, masonry (brick or stone), stucco, synthetic or artificial stucco, wood (shingles, shakes or planks), metal (steel or aluminum), vinyl, asphalt shingles, tile (slate or clay) or fiber cement (planks or panels). All of them have their own advantages based on the purpose of the house it is built. One of the main critical of the selection of materials for building a wall is the location of a house. If the location of the house that is built is relatively hot, the house needs air conditioning and cooling mechanism. But air conditioning and cooling mechanism are becoming very dangerous to our planet. Air conditioning cools our home but warms the planet (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/14/climate/california-wildfires-and-reinventing-air-conditioners-climate-newsletter.html?fbclid=IwAR0KxxCHYndtNJnhvN826Zes5ME0maEEobQf9lTGLTGk2jM4-zEyFUwFJqc). So, the world is committed to solving this problem (https://globalcoolingprize.org).

This project is about building a green and smart home that does not need air conditioning mechanism and the walls are built by recyclable hard plastic which automates based on the change in the weather pattern of the house. As seen in the figure the walls are made up of hard plastic which has small holes on them. The wall can be made up of two or more holed hard plastic plates but the center of the holes can never be in the same line of axis. This will help the wall be 100 percent closed but the air can enter the house without the need of any fan or electric powered air conditioning. Now, for any expert with air dynamic knowledge entering air on the house is no problem, but the basic quotation will be what happens when the outside environment is cooler than the house, how do you warm the house? The answer is the red plate as seen in the figure. When the room of the house is becoming cooler than favored by the owner of the house, the red plate which is below the level of the ground and between the two plates of holed plastic will go up and closes the house. And this will enable the house to stay warm. If you compare the power consumption of the mechanism VS the power consumption of the cooling mechanism of the average house, this mechanism will be much cheaper considering it will not work 24/7.

For more information please visit https://www.herox.com/plastika-reparabilis/round/346/entry/21595

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  • ABOUT THE ENTRANT

  • Name:
    Anteneh Gashaw
  • Type of entry:
    individual
  • Patent status:
    pending