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Usage of Modern Sensors for Thermal Comfort Determination

JANEČKA, J. ZUTH, D.

Originální název

Usage of Modern Sensors for Thermal Comfort Determination

Anglický název

Usage of Modern Sensors for Thermal Comfort Determination

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en

Originální abstrakt

The following article deals with human thermal comfort dilemma. Firstly, the sensor for operative temperature evaluation and than synthetic skin type sensor will be introduced. There is no compact sensor on the market, which can measure operative temperature, so the effort is to develop this kind of sensor. It is necessary to measure more physical quantities, like air temperature, mean radiant temperature, air flow velocity and relative air velocity, to calculate operative temperature. Human thermal comfort does not depend only on environment conditions but also on personal factors, which are different for every human being. It's especially energy expenditure and human clothes thermal resistance.

Anglický abstrakt

The following article deals with human thermal comfort dilemma. Firstly, the sensor for operative temperature evaluation and than synthetic skin type sensor will be introduced. There is no compact sensor on the market, which can measure operative temperature, so the effort is to develop this kind of sensor. It is necessary to measure more physical quantities, like air temperature, mean radiant temperature, air flow velocity and relative air velocity, to calculate operative temperature. Human thermal comfort does not depend only on environment conditions but also on personal factors, which are different for every human being. It's especially energy expenditure and human clothes thermal resistance.

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@article{BUT47633,
  author="Jan {Janečka} and Daniel {Zuth}",
  title="Usage of Modern Sensors for Thermal Comfort Determination",
  annote="The following article deals with human thermal comfort dilemma. Firstly, the sensor for operative temperature evaluation and than synthetic skin type sensor will be introduced. There is no compact sensor on the market, which can measure operative temperature, so the effort is to develop this kind of sensor. It is necessary to measure more physical quantities, like air temperature, mean radiant temperature, air flow velocity and relative air velocity, to calculate operative temperature. Human thermal comfort does not depend only on environment conditions but also on personal factors, which are different for every human being. It's especially energy expenditure and human clothes thermal resistance.",
  chapter="47633",
  journal="Transaction of the VŠB-Technical university of Ostrava, Mechanical series",
  number="2",
  volume="LV",
  year="2009",
  month="december",
  pages="43--48",
  type="journal article - other"
}