THE MEAN RADIANT TEMPERATURE


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THE MEAN RADIANT TEMPERATURE
103020010104011011108THE MEAN RADIANT TEMPERATUREThe previous chapters repeatedly have developed the idea that thermal comfort is not easily modeled. It is intuitively obvious that every occupant desires to be thermally comfortable. However, achieving thermal comfort is not as easy as setting the traditional thermostat for a desired air temperature. Most quantities discussed in the previous chapters are not easily converted to a standard measurement device. Current technology is developing ways to measure the mean radiant temperature discus…
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Richard D. Watson: Radiant Heating and Cooling Handbook. THE MEAN RADIANT TEMPERATURE, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002), AccessEngineering Export