Why mud houses are cooler in summer and warmer in winter ?
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Answer / priyanshu sahoo
mud houses have thatched roofs.The insulating effect of the thatch prevents heat getting in very quickly (cool in summer) and heat getting out very quickly (warm in winter).
Secondly, mud houses are made up of mud, which has large pores. So the evaporation is more in mud houses. As evaporation causes cooling, mud houses feel cooler in summers.
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Answer / guest
As mud us a bad conductor if heat, it does not allow
external heat to come in summer and internal heat to go our
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Answer / prakhar
Because thatched roof unable the heat to come inside the house so it remains cool in summers and it also unable the heat to go out quickly and it remains hot in winters.
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Answer / k
It is the bad conductor of heat
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Answer / kashe
Because thatched roof contains a large amount of trapped air which is a bad conductor of heat and the heat does not enter the house
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Answer / aarav
Mud houses are made if made of mud which is a bad conductor of heat. It only absorbed the heat and releases it during winters making summers fell cool
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Answer / adithya
And also it may be double-walled seiling.so heat will not enter the house
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Answer / sneha
because concrete roofs cannot do the same
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