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Wind angles affect building's natural ventilation and also energy consumption of the building. In winter, the wind direction in the outdoor environment will affect heat loss of the building, while in summer the change of wind direction and speed in the outdoor environment will affect the building's ventilation and indoor air circulation. So, making a good deal with the issue of the angle between local buildings and the dominant wind direction can effectively solve the winter and summerdoi:10.1155/2014/794650 fatcat:fupjec5idnhrlkrkcntaj56j7y