A study on the effect of thermal, luminous and acoustic environment on indoor environmental comfort
|Forfattere||Li Huang, Yingxin Zhu, Qin Ouyang, Bin Cao|
|Institusjon||Department of Building Science, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.|
|Nøkkelord||simulated field survey, thermal environment, luminous environment, acoustic environment, indoor environmental quality|
|Redaktør||Vojislav Novakovic, Sten Olaf Hanssen, Hans Martin Mathisen|
AbstraktIn light of the growing concern of productivity, much more attention is paid to indoor environment in offices in recent years. Standards address different environmental factors such as thermal comfort, indoor air quality, aural and visual environment separately. In fact, those environmental factors have several combined effects on occupants’ acceptability and office work performance. ASHRAE Guideline 10P emphasized the interactions among the indoor environmental factors and mentioned that more detailed researches should be done. In this study, a simulated field survey was carried out, aiming at investigating the acceptable range of every single environmental factor. In the survey, parameters of thermal, luminous and acoustic environments were measured and subjects’ satisfaction levels of environment were investigated with questionnaires. In addition, getting the classification of indoor environmental quality in which interactions among the factors was considered was also discussed in this paper by way of chart.
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