Adaptive Thermal Comfort: Foundations and Analysis

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There has been widespread dissatisfaction with accepted models for predicting the conditions that people will find thermally comfortable in buildings. These models require knowledge about clothing and activity, but can give little guidance on how to quantify them in any future situation. This has forced designers to make assumptions about people s future behaviour based on very little information and, as a result, encouraged static design indoor temperatures. This book is the second in a three volume set covering all ...

Adaptive Thermal Comfort: Foundations and Analysis 2015, Routledge, London

ISBN-13: 9780415691611

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