Behavioural adaptation for the thermal comfort and energy saving in Japanese offices
Rijal H.B., Humphreys M.A., Nicol J.F.
Journal of the Institute of Engineering
15 (2019), 14-25.
The effects of local cooling at different torso parts in improving body thermal comfort in hot indoor environments
Yang, H., Cao, B., Ju, Y., & Zhu, Y
Energy and Buildings
198(2019), 528-541
The time-scale of thermal comfort adaptation in heated and unheated buildings
Luo, M., Ke, Z., Ji, W., Wang, Z., Cao, B., Zhou, X., & Zhu, Y
Building and Environment
151 (2019), 175-186
A study on the influences of immediate thermal history on current thermal sensation
Ji, W., Cao, B., Geng, Y., Zhu, Y., & Lin, B
Energy and Buildings
198 (2019), 364-376.
Investigation of the physiological differences in the immersive virtual reality environment and real indoor environment: Focused on skin temperature and thermal sensation
Yeom, D., Choi, J. H., & Kang, S. H.
Building and Environment
154(2019), 44-54
Development of the data-driven thermal satisfaction prediction model as a function of human physiological responses in a built environment
Choi, J.-H. & D. Yeom
Building and Environment
150 (2019), 206-218
The Scales Project, a cross-national dataset on the interpretation of thermal perception scales
Schweiker M, Abdul-Zahra A, André M, Al-Atrash F, Al-Khatri H, Alprianti RR, Alsaad H, Amin R, Ampat
Scientific Data
6 (2019)
A framework for adopting adaptive thermal comfort principles in design and operation of buildings
Hellwig, R. T., Teli, D., Schweiker, M., Choi, J.-H., Lee, M. C. J., Mora, R., … Al-Atrash, F.
Energy and Buildings
205 ( 2019)
Comfort temperature and preferred adaptive behaviour in various classroom types in the UK higher learning environments
Jowkar M., Rijal H.B., Brusey J., Montazami A., Carlucci S. and Lansdown T.C.
Energy and Buildings
Adaptive model and the adaptive mechanisms for thermal comfort in Japanese dwellings
Rijal H.B., Humphreys M.A., Nicol J.F.
Energy and Buildings
202 (2019)
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