3 edition of HUMAN THERMAL ENVIRONS found in the catalog.
HUMAN THERMAL ENVIRONS
October 27, 1993
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||359|
The book begins with current knowledge and understanding of thermal comfort and its application to providing thermal conditions for indoor and outdoor environments. A number of metrics for assessing human thermal response to climatic conditions have been proposed in scientific literature over the last decades. They aim at describing human thermal perception of the thermal environment to which an individual or a group of people is exposed. More recently, a newBrand: Springer-Verlag Mailand.
In the international guidelines/standards for human protection against electromagnetic fields, the specific absorption rate (SAR) is used as a metric for radio-frequency field exposure. For radio-frequency near-field exposure, the peak value of the SAR averaged over 10 g of tissue is treated as a surrogate of the local temperature elevation for frequencies up to 3–10 by: 2. "The Thermal Human Body is by two of the most eminent leaders in the field of clinical thermal imaging. It begins with a historical review, followed by extensive descriptions of the physical principles of thermometry and thermal physiology, and ends with the protocols and techniques required to ensure reliable thermal : Kurt Ammer, Francis Ring.
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"Human Thermal Environments" presents the six fundamental factors that define human thermal environments, followed by chapters on metabolic heat and clothing, thermal comfort, heat stress and cold stress, human performance in thermal environments, direct contact with hot and cold surfaces, international standards, extreme heat and cold, and unusual environmental conditions, such as Cited by: Human Thermal Environments book.
The Effects of Hot, Moderate, and Cold Environments on Human Health, Comfort, and Performance, Third Edition.
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A systematic treatment of thermal environments and how they affect humans in real-world applications, the book links the health and engineering aspects of the built environment. “This book is set to become essential reading for anyone who wants to perform reliable thermal imaging of the human body, whether it be in medicine, clinical practice, sports science or research.”.
Our responses to our thermal environment have a considerable effect on our performance and behavior, not least in the realm of work. There has been considerable scientific investigation of these responses and formal methods have been developed for environmental evaluation and design.
In recent years these have been developed to the extent that detailed national and /5(2). Since the first edition of Human Thermal Environments was published inthe subject has moved into exciting times. While HUMAN THERMAL ENVIRONS book principles are accepted, knowledge has increased, methods of application are used and some are controversial.
The Thermal Human Body: A Practical Guide to Thermal Imaging by Kurt Ammer reader, 10 MB Overview: This book is a guide for the constantly growing community of the users of medical thermal imaging.
It describes where and how an infrared equipment can be used in a strictly standardised way and how one can ultimately comprehensively report the findings.
This book is a guide for the constantly growing community of the users of medical thermal imaging. It describes where and how an infrared equipment can be used in a strictly standardised way and how one can ultimately comprehensively report the by: 3.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Human thermal environments --Basic parameters --Heat balance equation for the human body --Example calculation --Human thermal physiology and thermoregulation --Thermophysical properties of the human body --Psychological.
Studies on human thermal comfort have been widely carried out in steady thermal environments, but among which very few were focused on whole-body heating or cooling. Since people are often likely to encounter temperature steps, for example, when moving to air-conditioned buildings from outdoors and so forth, thermal comfort in transient Cited by: The book covers hot, moderate, and cold environments, and defines them in terms of six basic parameters: air temperature, radiant temperature, humidity, air /5(13).
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thermal comfort. Thermal comfort defined Thermal comfort is a condition of mind that ex-presses satisfaction with the thermal environ-ment. Due to its subjectivity, thermal comfort is different for every individual. It is maintained when the heat generated by the human metabolism is allowed to dissipate at a.
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Of this there is no doubt, and thus it is a book of monumental importance for researchers, educators, and students of urban climate science and urban environments.' Anthony J.
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Infrared thermal imaging has in recent years become more accessible and affordable as a means of remote sensing for human body temperature such as in identifying a person with fever.
The implementation and operational guidelines for identifying a febrile human using a screening thermograph as documented in the ISO/TR ISO/TR has.concepts of human comfort. Comfort Conditions Besides being aesthetically pleasing, the human environ-ment must provide light, air, and thermal comfort.
In addi-tion, proper acoustics and hygiene are important. Air requirements and thermal comfort are covered in this chap-ter, while illumination and acoustical considerations will beFile Size: KB.Building and Environment is an international journal that publishes original research papers and review articles related to building science, urban physics, and human interaction with .