• Engineering
  • Published 2010

Personal control in future thermal comfort standards

@inproceedings{Boerstra2010PersonalCI,
  title={Personal control in future thermal comfort standards},
  author={A. C. Boerstra},
  year={2010}
}
In this article 2 research questions are answered: Why should personal control be included in (future) thermal comfort standards? How could we include personal control in (future) thermal comfort standards? An abundance of studies show that offering occupants control over their indoor climate results in less health symptoms, higher comfort sat isfaction rates and improved performance. Therefore it seems very logical to inc lude the aspect personal control over indoor climate in future (thermal… CONTINUE READING

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