comfort index

comfort index

[′kəm·fərt ‚in‚deks]
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The weekly Bloomberg Consumer Comfort index surged to a cycle-high 57.
6 Predominantly Sunny Days 157 Precipitation Days 168 Comfort Index 77 (out of 100) Elevation (feet) 190 Source: www.
The Comfort Index relates to the insight that consumers often complain about being uncomfortable in compression or shaping garments.
The Bloomberg US Weekly Consumer Comfort Index, which measures how consumers feel about the economy, the climate for purchasing goods and services and their personal finances, is the strongest since 2008.
The aim is to integrate the fitness function of artificial bee colony with user comfort index and energy utilization.
However, ASHRAE disputes the researchers' findings, saying that Standard 55 (which specifies how to produce indoor thermal conditions that are acceptable to the majority of occupants) is based on a comfort index developed on a 1,000-subject study that included equal numbers of women and men.
While the Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index has declined for two straight weeks, it's also close to an almost eight-year high.
The consumer comfort index has climbed in eight of the past 10 weeks, driven by rosier views toward the economy and buying climate.
To calculate the comfort index for tourism climate, above variables regarding the relative value of tourism climate comfort are weighted, and are integrated in equation 1 to obtain the value of TCI.
Data from their Consumer Comfort Index found that consumer confidence increased to 51 last month, the highest since November 2012 and a surge from 41.
The measured values of thermal comfort index VATD in building B and C during fall and winter season at seated breathing height (1.
The human comfort index, said a forecaster, has gone down considerably across the emirates due to the seasonal high temperatures, bright sunny days and rising humidity.