The characteristics of usable room temperature control

@inproceedings{Karjalainen2008TheCO,
  title={The characteristics of usable room temperature control},
  author={Sami Karjalainen},
  year={2008}
}
Individual thermal control is important for handling individual differences in thermal preference. Several studies have shown that comfort, health and productivity in offices can be improved by individual thermal control. Local controls for temperature are commonly available in modern office buildings. However, office occupants are often still dissatisfied with thermal environments and control options. The overall aim of the work is to improve office occupants’ control over room temperature by… CONTINUE READING

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