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Dynamic sensation of comfort in buildings : the temperature changes effects

Author
Palme, M.; Isalgue, A.; Coch, H.; Serra, R.; Marincic, I.; Fanchiotti, A.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
28th AIVC Conference
Date of publication
2007
Book of congress proceedings
Building Low Energy. Cooling and Advanced Ventilation. Technologies in the 21st Centuty
First page
746
Last page
750
Publisher
Heliotopos Conferences Ltd.
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/22984 Open in new window
Abstract
The sensation of comfort in buildings depends on exter¬nal and internal variables: the well-known PMV method relates the expected temperature with the physiological behavior of the human body. Some models have discus¬sed the relevance of adaptation factors, in order to ex¬plain the higher expected “good” temperature of users living in warm climates. The same PMV method has been modified for these climatic situations. An adapta¬tion term has clearly to be considered, but other effects are...
Citation
Palme, M. [et al.]. Dynamic sensation of comfort in buildings : the temperature changes effects. A: 28th AIVC Conference. "Building Low Energy. Cooling and Advanced Ventilation. Technologies in the 21st Centuty". Creta: Heliotopos Conferences Ltd., 2007, p. 746-750.
Group of research
AIEM - Architecture, energy and environment

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