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Adaptive Heating Balance Comfort Model

  • Maohui LuoEmail author
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Abstract

Human thermal comfort is influenced by both external environmental attributors and personal factors. The environmental attributors include air temperature (TA), radiant temperature (TR) (Zhou et al. in Energy Build 188:98–110, 2019 [1]), air movement (VEL) (Zhu et al. in Build Environ 91:5–14, 2015 [2]), relative humidity (RH), and so forth, while the personal factors involve metabolic rate (MET) (Luo and Wang in Build Environ 131:44–52, 2018 [3]), clothing insulation (CLO), maybe age, gender, and adaptation (Ji et al. Build Environ 114:246–256, 2017 [4]). To date, many efforts have been paid to develop models quantifying how these attributors may affect building occupants’ thermal comfort.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Tongji UniversityShanghaiChina

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