Thermal Comfort Assessment of Buildings [electronic resource] / by Salvatore Carlucci.

By: Carlucci, Salvatore [author.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology: Publisher: Milano : Springer Milan : Imprint: Springer, 2013Description: XVIII, 134 p. 35 illus., 1 illus. in color. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9788847052383Subject(s): Engineering | Design and construction | Engineering | Building Physics, HVAC | Energy Efficiency (incl. Buildings) | Design, generalAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 690 LOC classification: TH1-9745Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
A review of methods for long-term evaluation of the general thermal comfort conditions in buildings -- A comparison of methods for long-term evaluation of general thermal comfort conditions in buildings -- A gap analysis of methods for long-term evaluation of general thermal comfort conditions -- A harmonized framework for the calculation of long-term discomfort indices -- A new index for long-term evaluation of the general thermal comfort conditions in building.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: A number of metrics for assessing human thermal response to climatic conditions have been proposed in scientific literature over the last decades. They aim at describing human thermal perception of the thermal environment to which an individual or a group of people is exposed. More recently, a new type of “discomfort index” has been proposed for describing, in a synthetic way, long-term phenomena. Starting from a systematic review of a number of long-term global discomfort indices, they are then contrasted and compared on a reference case study in order to identify their similarities and differences and strengths and weaknesses. Based on this analysis, a new short-term local discomfort index is proposed for the American Adaptive comfort model. Finally, a new and reliable long-term general discomfort index is presented. It is delivered in three versions and each of them is suitable to be respectively coupled with the Fanger, the European Adaptive and the American Adaptive comfort models.
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A review of methods for long-term evaluation of the general thermal comfort conditions in buildings -- A comparison of methods for long-term evaluation of general thermal comfort conditions in buildings -- A gap analysis of methods for long-term evaluation of general thermal comfort conditions -- A harmonized framework for the calculation of long-term discomfort indices -- A new index for long-term evaluation of the general thermal comfort conditions in building.

A number of metrics for assessing human thermal response to climatic conditions have been proposed in scientific literature over the last decades. They aim at describing human thermal perception of the thermal environment to which an individual or a group of people is exposed. More recently, a new type of “discomfort index” has been proposed for describing, in a synthetic way, long-term phenomena. Starting from a systematic review of a number of long-term global discomfort indices, they are then contrasted and compared on a reference case study in order to identify their similarities and differences and strengths and weaknesses. Based on this analysis, a new short-term local discomfort index is proposed for the American Adaptive comfort model. Finally, a new and reliable long-term general discomfort index is presented. It is delivered in three versions and each of them is suitable to be respectively coupled with the Fanger, the European Adaptive and the American Adaptive comfort models.

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