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Predominant factors on Multi-housing overheating interior conditions and body temperature: a field study in Japan

Author
Torres-Quezada, J.; Toshiharu, I.; Coch, H.; Isalgue, A.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
International Conference on Smart, Sustainable and Sensuous Settlements Transformation 2018
Date of publication
2018
Presentation's date
2018-03-08
Book of congress proceedings
International Conference on Smart, Sustainable and Sensuous Settlements Transformation (3SSettlements) proceeding: 7th-8th March 2018, Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany
First page
163
Last page
168
Publisher
Technische Universität München
Project funding
Mediterranean urban morphology characterization: identification of parameters involved in architectural energy efficiency
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/117071 Open in new window
Abstract
The concern of overheating in buildings usually focus on the energy, economic and environmental repercussions. However it also has a great impact on the discomfort and health issues of the user. Several medical conditions as heat stroke, are narrowly correlated with the indoor thermal environment. In this context, building characteristics and passive or active strategies are fundamental to reduce the risk of this condition. This study aims to determine the predominant factors on interior conditi...
Citation
Torres-Quezada, J., Toshiharu, I., Coch, H., Isalgue, A. Predominant factors on Multi-housing overheating interior conditions and body temperature: a field study in Japan. A: International Conference on Smart, Sustainable and Sensuous Settlements Transformation. "International Conference on Smart, Sustainable and Sensuous Settlements Transformation (3SSettlements) Proceeding". Munich: Technische Universität München, 2018, p. 163-168.
Keywords
Body temperature, Heatstroke, Indoor thermal environment, Overheating
Group of research
AIEM - Architecture, energy and environment

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