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Thermal comfort for naturally ventilated houses in Indonesia

Feriadi H., Wong N.H., 2004
thermal comfort | house | human comfort | natural ventilation | residential building
Bibliographic info: Energy and buildings, Vol 36, Issue 7, July 2004, pp 614-626
Languages: English

This paper presents an extensive field survey conducted in residential naturally ventilated buildings in Indonesia. The data gathered has been analyzed and revealed that the Predicted Mean Vote equation predicted a warmer thermal perception compared to what people really felt. Under hot and humid tropical climate, people in free-running buildings had a preference for cooler environment and for higher wind speed.


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