Revisiting the Comfort Parameters of ISO 7730: Measurement and Simulation

Mark B. Luther, Tarek Ahmed

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Abstract

With the trends of comfort modelling moving more towards the application of Adaptive Models, the influences of several parameters as used in the traditional ISO7730 standard are therefore non-existent. The proposed work considers the conventional ISO 7730 standard as conservative in its calculation; however extremely useful, in cases where actual measurements of spaces are considered (ISO 7730, 1994). Measurements from a comfort cart built according to ASHRAE-55 standards (ANSI/ASHRAE 55, 2005) together with thermal imaging temperatures are combined. In doing so, an ISO 7730 thermal comfort assessment applying the CBE – ASHRAE 55-2004 Comfort Tool allows for changes in the environment to be examined for improved comfort (Huizenga, 2006; Tyler et al, 2017). Results for two cases in a severe Darwin climate yield an improved PPD by 2.5-2.7 times when implementing extremely low- energy measures.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of building simulation 2019
Subtitle of host publication16th IBPSA international Conference and Exhibition
EditorsVincenzo Corrado, Enrico Fabrizio, Andrea Gasparella, Francesco Patuzzi
Place of PublicationRome
PublisherIBPSA
Pages4267-4273
Number of pages7
Volume16
ISBN (Electronic)9781775052012
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2020
EventBuilding Simulation 2019 - Angelicum Congress Centre, Rome, Italy
Duration: 2 Sep 20194 Sep 2019
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Publication series

NameBuilding Simulation Conference proceedings
PublisherInternational Building Performance Simulation Association
Volume16
ISSN (Electronic)2522-2708

Conference

ConferenceBuilding Simulation 2019
CountryItaly
CityRome
Period2/09/194/09/19
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