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Previous research on human functioning in the thermal environment is reviewed, and it is shown that a change or variation in intensity is a relevant aspect of the thermal environment, and that one way in which this change influences human functioning is through the level of arousal of the...
This new method to determine the optimum overall heat transfer coefficients for the opaque components of the building envelope in respect to orientation, window characteristics and transparency ratio, is based on the comfort values of the inner surface temperatures of the facade elements. The...
The Romans developed the hypocaust in the first century BC as a suspended floor supported on columns, which was heated by hot flue gases produced by a furnace at one end and exhausted by a chimney at the other. Later the flues were channelled under the floor and eventually passed through flues...
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