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Sunlight and Indoor Thermal Comfort: Updates to Standard 55

Journal Article

Sunlight and Indoor Thermal Comfort: Updates to Standard 55

09: Solar NZEB Project: Comfort Conditioning and Indoor Air Quality

Journal Article

09: Solar NZEB Project: Comfort Conditioning and Indoor Air Quality

Seminar 26 -- Indoor Air Quality and Comfort: Ventilation and Air-Conditioning

Conference Proceeding

Seminar 26 -- Indoor Air Quality and Comfort: Ventilation and Air-Conditioning

RP-243 -- Interaction of the Visual and Thermal Environments on the Comfort and Acceptance of Indoor Space

Report / Survey

RP-243 -- Interaction of the Visual and Thermal Environments on the Comfort and Acceptance of Indoor Space

A New Modeling Approach for the Assessment of the Effect of Solar Radiation on Indoor Thermal Comfort

Conference Proceeding

A New Modeling Approach for the Assessment of the Effect of Solar Radiation on Indoor Thermal Comfort

How a Building Heating Supply System Affects Energy Demand and Indoor Comfort

Conference Proceeding

How a Building Heating Supply System Affects Energy Demand and Indoor Comfort

Potential for Hygroscopic Building Materials to Improve Indoor Comfort and Air Quality in the Canadian Climate

Conference Proceeding

Potential for Hygroscopic Building Materials to Improve Indoor Comfort and Air Quality in the Canadian Climate

Sunlight and Indoor Thermal Comfort: Updates to Standard 55

Journal

ASHRAE Standard 55-2017 has adopted new provisions to ensure thermal comfort for occupants exposed to solar radiation indoors. This article discusses Normative Appendix C, which provides the analytical method, and prescriptive and performance-based approaches to compliance that are incorporated within Section 5.3 of the standard.


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