THE DESIGN PROCESS FOR LOCALIZED THERMAL COMFORT


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THE DESIGN PROCESS FOR LOCALIZED THERMAL COMFORT
101040110303001011108THE DESIGN PROCESS FOR LOCALIZED THERMAL COMFORTThis chapter presents a design process for a design engineer to choose, position, and analyze a room’s heating or cooling system. This process illustrates the importance of thermal comfort analysis in a room through a careful consideration of all of the design factors for the specific situation. First, it is instructive to work through the basis of how to design an in-space heating or cooling system for occupant thermal comfort.
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Citation
Richard D. Watson: Radiant Heating and Cooling Handbook. THE DESIGN PROCESS FOR LOCALIZED THERMAL COMFORT, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002), AccessEngineering Export