Human response to air movements - preference and draft discomfort

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    The influence of overall thermal sensation, activity level, chair insulation, questionnaire design and physical measurement conditions on human perception on air movements will be tested with human subjects in the climate chamber. By direct comparison, environments with low air velocity and at a moderate temperature and environments with elevated air velocity and temperature will be evaluated with respect to comfort and preference.
    Effective start/end date01/04/199831/03/1999


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