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As UK has got a lot of wind and rain, it's a good idea to use the wind catchers but not like the ancient ones (A modern design) to circulate the air in houses and help the air conditions to control the air temperature. They can direct airflow downward using direct wind entry, direct airflow upwards using a wind-assisted temperature gradient, or direct airflow upwards using a solar-assisted temperature gradient.
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