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comfort chart[′kəm·fərt ‚chärt]
A diagram showing curves of relative humidity and effective temperature superimposed upon rectangular coordinates of wet-bulb temperature and dry-bulb temperature.
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A chart which relates effective temperature
, dry-bulb temperature, wet-bulb temperature, and air movement to human comfort; comfort zones
are indicated on such a chart.
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The Graphic Comfort Zone Method is the simplest, the time-honored Graphic Method based on the (in?)famous thermal comfort chart
. It is based on the Computer Model Method, but minimizes calculations.
This combination usually differs from the ASHRAE Comfort Chart
For entrees the smoked fillet of cod with poached egg and colcannon was top of the comfort chart
although the otherwise crunchy fried fillet of haddock (fish and chips in real life) came with a disappointing minted pea puree.