thermal climate

thermal climate

[′thər·məl ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
Climate as defined by temperature, and divided regionally into temperature zones.
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The latest insights are represented in the universal thermal climate index (UTCI) (Blzejczyk et al.
The French company has expertise in the technologies required to develop driving assistance applications (sensors, cameras and laser scanners) as well as connectivity, human-machine interface and thermal climate control solutions.
As discussed in greater detail below, a CDD and HDD baseline value is determined (a) for each of the nine thermal climate zones and (b) for each of the nineteen thermal climate zones with moisture subzones specified in ASHRAE Standard 169-2013.
There is an overarching set of thermal climate zones that are used as the basis for specifying the building envelope requirements and some of the mechanical requirements.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of different acclimation temperatures on thermal preference, to learn the critical thermal limit of the adult marine snail Tegula regina to obtain an estimate of the optimum temperature for its growth, and to assess the organism's ability to adapt to different thermal regimes along the coast of Baja California and the possible effects of thermal climate change.
The logical way of investigating how the thermal climate is perceived in buildings is to ask people to describe the thermal climate with the use of questionnaires and rating scales.
In fact, the most notable change in the thermal climate during the greenhouse enhancement is that the coldest air masses of winter - in Siberia and North America - have warmed slightly, while the only change overall has been a tendency towards reduced year-to-year variability.
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As discussed in greater detail in the Part 1 paper, a CDD and HDD baseline value is determined (a) for each of the nine thermal climate zones and (b) for each of the nineteen thermal climate zones with moisture subzones specified in ASHRAE Standard 169-2013.
In terms of the framework, the updated version of Standard 169 contains nine thermal climate zones, defined by ranges of heating degree days base 18[degrees]C-HDD18 (base 65[degrees]F-HDD65) and cooling degree days base 10[degrees]C -CDD10 (base 50[degrees]F-CDD50), as shown in Table 1.