In recent years, occupants conduct various behaviors in the appurtenant dressing room, so it isimportant to know the amount of modern moisture production in the appurtenant dressing room.Investigation data showed amount of moisture production caused by the behaviors in the dressingroom did not differ between males and females, and amount of moisture production caused by washingclothes and drying clothes did differ depending on the equipment.
This paper analyzes the indoor hygrothermal loads measured in 27 detached houses and in 13apartments. A survey was conducted during the years 2003-2006 in Estonia. The temperature andrelative humidity (RH) were continuously measured in bedrooms, living rooms, and outdoors at onehour intervals. For the hygrothermal analysis, the determined design curve of the moisture excess forhouses with low occupancy on the higher 10 % critical level was +4 g/m3 during the cold period(Tout ? +5 C) and +1.5 g/m3 during the warm period (Tout ? +15 C).