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Air movement and thermal comfort in hot-humid environments(2):With occupant control

Zhai Yongchao;Zhang Yufeng;Meng Qinglin;Zhang Hui;Pasut Wilmer;Arens Edward;State Key Laboratory of Subtropical Building,South China University of Technology;  
Experiments on the effect of self-controlled air movement on thermal comfort and favorable air speed of 16subjects from China exposed to the combined environment with different temperatures(26, 28,30℃)and relative humidities(RH)(60%and 80%)combinations in hot-humid environments.Results show that air movement can maintain thermal comfort up to 30 ℃ and 60% RH at sedentary activity and restore comfort quickly after high metabolic rate activities,and subjects prefer higher air speed than ASHRAE 55upper limit while remain comfortable beyond the comfort zone recommended by ASHRAE.
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