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Human response to combined indoor environment exposures.

Toftum J, 2002
thermal comfort | occupant reaction
Bibliographic info: Energy and Buildings, Vol 34, 2002, pp 601-606, 2 figs, 1 tab, 25 refs.
Languages: English

Summarises a study that found a clear impact of activity and overall thermal sensation on human sensitivity to air movement, while no interaction effects of exposure to several local thermal discomfort factors were observed. States that current standards tend to consider only sedentary light activity and a neutral thermal sensation.

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