FLEXYNETS will develop, demonstrate and deploy a new generation of intelligent district heating and cooling networks that reduce energy transportation losses by working at neutral temperature
Two of the rockets had an additional deployable payload with instrumentation to measure electron density and neutral temperature
Therefore, in the present investigation, conductivity of the skin was assessed in 10 subjects at 2 environmental temperatures, a thermally neutral temperature
and a warm temperature.
The lesson here is to store your camera in a place with neutral temperature
, not in an air-conditioned building.
allow] is the maximum allowable temperature above the neutral temperature of the rail that is considered safe as far as track buckling is concerned.
allow] and the histogram of difference between temperature of the rail at a specific moment and the neutral temperature of the rail ([T.
It can be concluded that the PMV equation overpredicts the neutral temperature
by as much as 2 K (3.
Thermal neutral temperature was the temperature within which most people voted "neutral" or "comfort" on the ASHRAE thermal sensation scale (ASHRAE, 2005).
Moreover, the neutral temperature was also lower than that of the result of some field surveys.
Beshir and Ramsey found that neutral temperatures
the development of the SCFJ model to allow quantification of the influence of the different neutral temperatures
of rails and the influence of different wear of the rails;
Being exposed to lower than neutral temperatures
for a long time causes impeded blood-flow, shrunk or closed sweat glands and sebaceous glands, and nervous system problems in addition to the heat shock as people move between indoor and outdoor environments (Zhao, Sun et al.