Fanger P O, Christensen N K
Bibliographic info:
Aust Refrig, July 1986, p46, 2 figs, 4 refs.

A study was made of one hundred subjects who were exposed to air flow with a turbulence as occuring in typically ventilated spaces. Turbulent air flow is seen as more uncomfortable than laminar flow. Each subject participated in three experiments at air temperatures of 20, 23, and 26 degrees C, withvarying air velocity and turbulence intensity. Recommends a reduction of velocity limits specified in existing standards.