24-h evaporative and sensible heat losses in relation to ambient humidity at 24 degrees C in clothed human subjects.

@article{Garby198624hEA,
  title={24-h evaporative and sensible heat losses in relation to ambient humidity at 24 degrees C in clothed human subjects.},
  author={Lars Garby and O. Lammert and Edith Nielsen},
  journal={Acta physiologica Scandinavica},
  year={1986},
  volume={127 2},
  pages={167-70}
}
The effect of ambient humidity on the energy expenditure of clothed subjects was investigated. Fifty-six healthy men and women, weighing about 65 kg, spent 24 h in a large human calorimeter at 24 degrees C and performed either of two fixed activity programmes. The ambient humidity varied between experiments from 3 to 11 g m-3. The sensible heat output did… CONTINUE READING