Can a Trombe wall be used in reverse?
New construction, Panama City, Fl, 5,000-square-foot container (18) home facing south on piers. Will have 8' x 40' porch on west and east sides connecting to 8' x 80' porch on south side. Think U shape.
Due to high thermal conductivity of the metal, I was wondering if I could use a Trombe wall in reverse, pulling air from under home and venting it out at top of wall exteriorly. My thought is to remove convected heat transfer between the container walls so less insulation would be needed.
Posted Jul 16, 2014 9:50 AM ET
Edited Jul 16, 2014 10:37 AM ET
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