• Published 2006

Thermal comfort in Bangkok residential buildings , Thailand

@inproceedings{Rangsiraksa2006ThermalCI,
  title={Thermal comfort in Bangkok residential buildings , Thailand},
  author={Preechaya Rangsiraksa},
  year={2006}
}
A field study of thermal comfort was conducted in Bangkok, Thailand in which 1377 responded to a questionnaire while simultaneous physical measurement-s were taken in both airconditioned and naturally ventilated residential buildings. Sensation voting scales chosen are ASHRAE, McIntyre and air flow scale. A regression model was used to find the relationship between the ASHRAE scale votes and the variables that effect thermal comfort. The computer based statistical package SPSS10 for windows was… CONTINUE READING

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