Air movement preferences observed in office buildings.

@article{Zhang2007AirMP,
  title={Air movement preferences observed in office buildings.},
  author={Hui Zhang and Edward Arens and Sahar Abbaszadeh Fard and Charlie Huizenga and Gwelen Paliaga and Gail Brager and Leah Zagreus},
  journal={International journal of biometeorology},
  year={2007},
  volume={51 5},
  pages={349-60}
}
Office workers' preferences for air movement have been extracted from a database of indoor environmental quality surveys performed in over 200 buildings. Dissatisfaction with the amount of air motion is very common, with too little air movement cited far more commonly than too much air movement. Workers were also surveyed in a detailed two-season study of a single naturally ventilated building. About one-half the building's population wanted more air movement and only 4% wanted less. This same… CONTINUE READING