The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) has announced the publication of the 2017 edition of its major thermal comfort standard
I have been involved with ASHRAE's thermal comfort standard
(Standard 55) since 1975.
Is this industry prepared to have a 1950s comfort standard
still maintained into the 2040s?
With 8 abreast in the economy class, the 18 inch seat width, the A330 also offers the preferred comfort standard
In terms of safety and comfort standard
equipment on the entry-level Limited version includes heated front and rear seats, load levelling suspension and height control, LED daytime running lamps, electronic stability control (ESC), hill start assist, active head restraints, and curtain, side, front and rear airbags.
Brager and de Dear (2001), for example, noted the relevance of perceived control as an important topic of future investigation in the conclusion of their work on the Adaptive Comfort Standard
(ACS), writing of the need to provide "alternative recommendations for acceptable thermal conditions when occupants themselves are able to control those conditions" (p.
One way in which the company aims to keep tenants satisfied is with its Comfort Standard
Volume 2's appendix contains data and guidelines on job-site specifications, information on calculating cost-effectiveness, a field-based thermal comfort standard
for naturally ventilated buildings, the energy cost and indoor air quality performance of ventilation systems and controls, a lighting design supplement, and daylighting and fenestration design supplement.
This order includes the latest A321neo Airbus Cabin Flex configuration with 239 seats in 18 inch comfort standard
ASHRAE's thermal comfort standard
(Standard 55-2013) states "the occupied zone is to be between the floor and 6 ft (1.
Eighty-seven years ago, the first thermal comfort standard
determined the boundaries of comfort by seating unclothed subjects in front of fans.