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Equivalent temperature calculation: The issue of total thermal resistance for Face and Scalp parts measured by thermal manikin

Originální název

Equivalent temperature calculation: The issue of total thermal resistance for Face and Scalp parts measured by thermal manikin

Anglický název

Equivalent temperature calculation: The issue of total thermal resistance for Face and Scalp parts measured by thermal manikin

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A thermal comfort evaluation based on the Equivalent (homogenous) temperature and Comfort zone diagram method was found as a progressive, promising and widely used routine. The main idea of the method was published already in 80’s by Madsen and Wyon, in 90’s it was extended by Holmér, and the method was finalised by Håkan O. Nilsson in his PhD thesis and in the paper published in 2007. In 2002, Gameiro da Silva reported that “the concept of equivalent temperature is nowadays widely used to evaluate the thermal environment in cars” and “ISO Standard is currently in preparation, including some of the major findings of the European Project EQUIV”. A standardization process was successful and the method is established in the standard ISO 14505, where principles, measurement procedure, measurement equipment, and evaluation of thermal comfort are described.

Anglický abstrakt

A thermal comfort evaluation based on the Equivalent (homogenous) temperature and Comfort zone diagram method was found as a progressive, promising and widely used routine. The main idea of the method was published already in 80’s by Madsen and Wyon, in 90’s it was extended by Holmér, and the method was finalised by Håkan O. Nilsson in his PhD thesis and in the paper published in 2007. In 2002, Gameiro da Silva reported that “the concept of equivalent temperature is nowadays widely used to evaluate the thermal environment in cars” and “ISO Standard is currently in preparation, including some of the major findings of the European Project EQUIV”. A standardization process was successful and the method is established in the standard ISO 14505, where principles, measurement procedure, measurement equipment, and evaluation of thermal comfort are described.

BibTex


@proceedings{BUT155330,
  author="Jan {Fišer} and Jan {Pokorný} and Miloš {Fojtlín} and Róbert {Toma} and Miroslav {Jícha}",
  title="Equivalent temperature calculation: The issue of total thermal resistance for Face and Scalp parts measured by thermal manikin",
  annote="A thermal comfort evaluation based on the Equivalent (homogenous) temperature and Comfort zone diagram method was found as a progressive, promising and widely used routine. The main idea of the method was published already in 80’s by Madsen and Wyon, in 90’s it was extended by Holmér, and the method was finalised by Håkan O. Nilsson in his PhD thesis and in the paper published in 2007. In 2002, Gameiro da Silva reported that “the concept of equivalent temperature is nowadays widely used to evaluate the thermal environment in cars” and “ISO Standard is currently in preparation, including some of the major findings of the European Project EQUIV”. A standardization process was successful and the method is established in the standard ISO 14505, where principles, measurement procedure, measurement equipment, and evaluation of thermal comfort are described.",
  chapter="155330",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2018",
  month="august",
  type="conference proceedings"
}