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Personalized ventilation

Melikow A.K., 2004
air movement | thermal comfort | personalized ventilation
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air 2004, Vol 14 (suppl 7), pp 157-167, 1 Fig., 68 Ref.
Languages: English

Individual differences in preferred air temperature may be as great as 10°C, and preferences for air movement may differ more than four times for the occupants. Personalized ventilation can improve occupants' comfort in so far as thermal discomfort is oft

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