Woon Seon Jeong

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The effects of different types of clothing on human deep body temperature were studied with six healthy male subjects in a supine posture. Two clothing ensembles were employed for the present study: A covered the whole body area with garments except the face (1.97 clo) and B covered only the trunk and the upper half of the extremities with garments (1.53(More)
We compared the circadian rhythm of human rectal temperature with two different types of clothing at an ambient temperature of 27.5 degrees +/- 0.5 degrees C and a relative humidity of 40 +/- 10%. One clothing covered the whole body area except for the head, hands and feet (Type A, weight 475 g, 0.98 clo), the other covered the trunk, upper arms and thighs(More)
We have compared the human thermoregulatory responses and clothing microclimate temperature when the body core-shell ratio was changed by wearing two different forms of garment. Each was worn for 160 min at an ambient temperature of 10 degrees C and a relative humidity of 50% by six healthy males in the supine posture. One garment covered the whole body(More)
The experiment was conducted to investigate the human thermoregulatory responses during rest, exercise and recovery at Ta 20 degrees C and 60% R.H. under the conditions of wearing two different types of clothing. Six healthy men wore two types of clothing: one covering the whole body area except the head (Type A, weight 1656 g), and the other covering only(More)
This study was conducted to investigate how different levels of illumination below 1,000 lx would affect the autonomic and behavioral temperature regulation of humans. Seven healthy college-aged women (20+/-0 years) volunteered to participate in this study. They were exposed to a temperature of 26 degrees C in 320 lx for 30 min ('Equilibrium') followed by(More)
  • W S Jeong
  • 1999
Wearing behavior and thermoregulatory responses of five young women (YG; 20 +/- 1 yr) and five aged women (AG; 65 +/- 3 yr) to indoor cold in summer were investigated in this study. The subjects were exposed to 21.0 +/- 0.5 degrees C and 55 +/- 5% RH while seated during a 90-minute experiment. The subjects were allowed to select and wear for thermal comfort(More)
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