Standards for Thermal Comfort: Indoor air temperature standards for the 21st century

Author:   M. Humphreys ,  F. Nicol ,  S. Roaf ,  Oliver Sykes
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Pages:   247
Publication Date:   30 August 2019
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Author:   M. Humphreys ,  F. Nicol ,  S. Roaf ,  Oliver Sykes
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
ISBN:  

9780367401740


ISBN 10:   0367401746
Pages:   247
Publication Date:   30 August 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Tertiary & Higher Education
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming
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List of participants. Preface. Introduction -Dr Ken C Parsons. Session 1. Thermal comfort temperatures and the habits of Hobbits. Towards new indoor comfort temperatures for Pakistani buildings. Discussions to Session 1. Session 2. Temperature standards for the tropics? New thermal comfort standard of the Czech Republic. Comfort, preferences or design data? Pale green, simple and user friendly: occupant perceptions of thermal comfort in office buildings. Designing for the individual: a radical reading of ISO 7730. An empirical model for predicting air movement preferred in warm office environments. Discussions to session 2. Session 3. ISO standards and thermal comfort: recent developments. Comfort and air movement in a naturally ventilated room. Thermal comfort in Thai air-conditioned and naturally ventilated offices. Thermal comfort in air-conditioned buildings in the tropics. Discussions to Session 3. Session 4. Deliberate design. Discussions on human thermal comfort in Vietnam. Thermal comfort and temperature standards in Pakistan. Discussions to session 4. Session 5. Comfort conditions in PASCOOL surveys. Comfort standards from field surveys in the leisure industry. What is thermal comfort in a naturally ventilated building? The energy implications of a climate-based indoor air temperature standard. An adaptive guideline for UK office temperatures. Discussions to session 5. Final plenary discussion. Poster presentations. Design parameters of a non-air-conditioned passive solar house for cold climate of Srinager, India. Higher PMV causes higher energy consumption in air-conditioned buildings: a case study in Jakarta, Indonesia. Thermal comfort of factory workers in Northern India. Warm and sweaty: thermal comfort in two naturally ventilated offices in Sydney, NSW.

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Humphreys, M.; Nicol, F.; Roaf, S.; Sykes, O.

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