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Impact of indoor air temperature and humidity in an office on perceived air quality, SBS symptoms and performance

Fang L., Wyon D.P., Clausen G., Fanger P.O., 2004
thermal comfort | humidity | occupant reaction | office | temperature
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air 2004, Vol 14 (suppl 7), pp 74-81, 10 Fig., 16 Ref.
Languages: English

This paper presents the results of a field experiment made on 30 female office workers : they were investigated on their perception of environmental conditions and the intensity of the Sick Building Symptoms if any, at 3 levels of temperature and humidity, and 2 levels of ventilation rate.

The conclusion is that working conditions improved when subjects worked at slightly lower levels of air temperature and humidity.


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