Fanger P.O. Berg-Munch B.
Bibliographic info:
Proceedings 4th International Symposium on the use of computers for environmental engineering related to buildings. Tokyo March 30-April 2 1983 p.100-103 in English #DATE 30:03:1983 in English AIC

Evaluates the intensity and acceptance of body odour as perceived by 89 male and female judges entering 2 auditoria occupied by 50-200 men. Performs 200 experiments with varied ventilation rate, space volume per occupant and temperature. Finds carbon dioxide to be a useful index of body odour intensity. Does not find any significant influence of space volume per occupant on steady-state ventilation requirements. Establishes a relationship between percentage dissatisfied and CO2 concentration.