Ruey-Lung Hwang

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Thermal comfort is a subjective psychological perception of people based also on physiological thermoregulation mechanisms when the human body is exposed to a combination of various environmental factors including air temperature, air humidity, wind speed, and radiation conditions. Due to the importance of gender in the issue of outdoor thermal comfort,(More)
Size of outdoor public space and variation in urban culture background will cause different activity behaviors. Thermal comfort of local climate will also play a key role as well. This study is mainly investigated the relationship between the microclimate of outdoor public space and personal thermal comfort. Through the unique climate types of certain(More)
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