comfort temperature

comfort temperature

[′kəm·fərt ‚tem·prə·chər]
(mechanical engineering)
Any one of the indexes in which air temperatures have been adjusted to represent human comfort or discomfort under prevailing conditions of temperature, humidity, radiation, and wind.
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Imagine Thermostats that set the temperature to the comfort temperature of the actual people in the room, lights that change color and temperature according to specific preferences of present people.
The complimentary checkA[degrees]up includes diagnostics and general checks and will also suggest remeA[degrees] dial measures -- if required, to achieve optimum performA[degrees] ance and comfort temperature.
A budget-conscious, back-to-basics bag with a double layer construction and synthetic insulation for a comfort temperature of -2C, PS31.
Secondly, the results show that, in the present conditions, typical in Tlemcen, the optimal comfort temperature is about 296.
The results revealed that hospitals in tropical environments require a higher comfort temperature compared with the criteria specified in ASHRAE standards.
Link analysis of indoor airflow, comfort temperature, and CO2 levels to HVAC system design/optimization and energy use;
The complimentary checkA[degrees]up includes diagnostics and generA[degrees] al checks, besides suggestions for remedial measures to achieve optimum performance and comfort temperature.
In order to study thermal comfort conditions in Iran, comfort temperature adapted index presented by ASHRAE institute has been used.
The figure shows that the average clothing insulation differed only modestly between seasons, which may be the reason that the summer and winter comfort temperature ranges were rather similar.
In other words, the primary human comfort temperature is OT, and [t.
1m/s, the comfort temperature can be raised according to Eq.