Field Survey on Human Thermal Comfort Reports in Air-ConditionedOffices in Taiwan

@article{Hwang2007FieldSO,
  title={Field Survey on Human Thermal Comfort Reports in Air-ConditionedOffices in Taiwan},
  author={R. Hwang and M. Cheng},
  journal={The Open Construction and Building Technology Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={1},
  pages={8-13}
}
  • R. Hwang, M. Cheng
  • Published 2007
  • Environmental Science
  • The Open Construction and Building Technology Journal
Field experiments, conducted in 29 air-conditioned offices, used survey questionnaires and physical measure- ments to investigate workers' subjective thermal responses and comfort perception. A total of 650 individuals participated in the field study. The thermal neutrality and thermal preference of subjects occurred at 25.6°C and 24.1°C respectively. Responses from those subjects suggest a comfort temperature range is 23.8-27.5oC, that shifts to slightly warmer tempera- tures by about 0.5oC as… Expand
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