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Ivan Titov
Ivan Titov

CIBSE Guide G.pdf

Therefore, a potential contribution can be identified by relating conditioned controlled environments, in terms of temperature and relative humidity, and the comfort sensation of the subject experiencing these environments: do only the absolute values of temperature and relative humidity impact the thermal sensation of occupants, or their fluctuation have a stronger effect? The occupants can, at the same time, adapt to the current environmental conditions and be more influenced by greater modifications in a shorter time. Understanding which factors are more influential and whether the difference of its amplitude during the day determines an important factor for the long-term comfort perception of occupants, can represent a first step to the implementation of personal comfort models and guide the use of active strategies for improving thermal comfort while reducing energy use.

CIBSE Guide G.pdf

The procedure can access even more effective outcomes in campaigns with a higher amount of data, for longer periods of monitoring, and including more participants. Future studies concerning this matter should foresee the requested sample size to obtain more conclusive results. Given the human-centric approach employed in this campaign, strategies to keep the participants engaged in it, i.e., wearing the sensors and answering the survey, should be implemented, guaranteeing serious and active participation of the subjects. Participants must be instructed about the concept of the campaign and how the data is collected, to avoid jeopardizing the results. The data obtained should also be implemented in machine learning techniques to find preference patterns and guide HVAC systems management. Other types of sensors can be adopted, measuring more parameters of the environment, such as biosensors.

The necessity for lighting guidelines to be rewritten is becoming increasingly obvious, particularly as far as daylighting design is concerned. In this study, current lighting recommendations for the sport of fencing are examined alongside the typical environmental conditions in which it has been practised. A detailed review of the visual environment of a daylit building designed in the '30s, Luigi Moretti's fencing academy in Rome, demonstrates that a broad range of criteria need to be taken into account when lighting requirements are defined. 041b061a72


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