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Heating and cooling - Energy efficiency by "local" environmental management


Autore: D. Reay

Collana: BT - 34 - Mag 06 - Energy: production, distribution and conservation

Human thermoregulation is an effective and energy-efficient method for controlling our body temperature within narrow and critical limits. Although complex and made up of many components, in terms of both structure and modes of heat transfer, the system is well-understood and can be “managed” by external influences.
This leads to the possibility, already implemented in some clothing and in medicine, of regulating our “local” environment in order to create acceptable comfort conditions.
This paper briefly examines factors affecting human comfort, and human thermoregulation, before describing current and potential methods for changing our local environment that could potentially be energy-efficient, cost-effective and comparatively simple to implement.

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