Quantitative measurement of productivity loss due to thermal discomfort

@inproceedings{Lan2011QuantitativeMO,
  title={Quantitative measurement of productivity loss due to thermal discomfort},
  author={L Lan and Pawel Wargocki and Zhiwei Lian},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract The effects on human performance of elevated temperature causing thermal discomfort were investigated. Recruited subjects performed neurobehavioural tests examining different component skills, and addition and typing tasks that were used to replicate office work. The results show that thermal discomfort caused by elevated air temperature had a negative effect on performance. A quantitative relationship was established between thermal sensation votes and task performance. It can be used… CONTINUE READING

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