The effect of air moving through a roof cavity between vents.
The effect of air moving between vents in a roof cavity.
Placement of vent openings so that air flows in one vent, over insulated space, and out the other. In attics, a combination of eaves and ridge or high gable vents is best for cross-ventilation, because this takes advantage of natural convection.
The effect that is provided when air moves through a roof cavity between the vents.
Air that enters on one side of a room and leaves on a different side of the same room.
Use of windows or vents on opposite sides of an area to circulate air.