equivalent temperature


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e·quiv·a·lent tem·per·a·ture

the temperature of a thermally uniform enclosure in which, under still air conditions, a "sizable" black body loses heat at the same rate as in the nonuniform environment.
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Bluestein, 2005: The new wind chill equivalent temperature chart.
As an integral quantity, we investigated the equivalent temperature ([[?
The equivalent temperature of the office environment was 25 [degrees]C, as specified by ISO 14505-2, for the activity level and clothing ensemble that most closely matched those used in the simulation.
To account for the complex effects of various meteorological parameters, we determined the universal thermal climate index (UTCI), which is a measure of equivalent temperature based on the Fiala model (Fiala et al.
0]) should be the same as the equivalent thermal conductivity matrix multiplied by equivalent temperature gradient, which leads to
In the study, the physiological equivalent temperature (PET) was used as the standard temperature.
2] = equivalent temperature at roof side-1, and side-2 respectively, [degrees]C ([degrees]F)
COOLING POWER OF WIND ON EXPOSED FLESH EXPRESSED AS AN EQUIVALENT TEMPERATURE ESTIMATED ACTUAL THERMOMETER READING (F) WIND SPEED (IN MPH) 5O 40 30 20 10 0 -10 EQUIVALENT TEMPERATURE (F.
This study focuses on predicting the early-age deformation of JPCP due to environmental loads using the simplified equivalent temperature difference ([DELTA][T.
With a 50 per cent humidity factor, the equivalent temperature can exceed 190 degrees Fahrenheit.
They presented the following formula by using the formula 1 for the equivalent temperature (ET) of the lost energy [9].
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