To simulate the effect of the current and also other planting designs in the park on winter thermal sensation
on January 10, 2016, seven different scenarios was simulated:
Human thermal sensation
and comfort in transient and nonuniform thermal environments.
PMV index represents thermal sensation
of most people for the same the indoor environment, which is related to seven factors including air temperature, air humidity, air velocity, clothing thermal resistance, human metabolism, the type of work that people are engaged in, and mean radiation temperature.
& Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE)
In order to predict the thermal sensation
votes for the human body, multiple linear regression analysis was performed with air temperature [T.sub.a] and air velocity, which are components of ETFe TV[F.sub.hta], long-wave thermal radiation [ERF.sub.htaL], heat conduction [ECF.sub.hta], humidity [EHF.sub.ETFe], and short-wave solar radiation [ERF.sub.htaS] as explanatory variables.
Although previous studies have widely researched thermal comfort and IAQ for building indoor environments, there is little quantitative information available on the relationship between acceptable thermal sensation
and IAQ, especially for occupants of a health care facility.
To overcome this problem, the thermal sensation
index should be calculated as an implicit result of the six previously mentioned variables influencing human's thermal sensation
There are a good correlation between mean skin temperature and the thermal sensation
and thermal comfort of a human body.
 Edward Arens, Hui, Zhang, Charlie Huizenga (2006),"Partial and whole body Thermal sensation
and Comfort", Journal of Thermal Biology, Vol.
PMV (Predicted Mean Vote) index indicates the mean response of a large group of people according to the thermal sensation
scale (+3--hot, +2--warm, +1--slightly warm, 0--neutral, -1--slightly cool, -2--cool, -3--cold).
Heat sensation was examined with the Thermal Sensation
In addition, some patients reported a misinterpretation of sensation (cold for warm or vice versa) or an undefined rather than thermal sensation
. Thermal allodynia, a painful sensation to hot and/or cold stimuli well below the control group's pain threshold, was also observed in 12 patients (8 with complete and 4 with incomplete SCI).