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Occupant evaluation of 7-hour exposures in a simulated aircraft cabin - Part 2: Thermal effects

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  • Experiments Were Carried Out In A Simulated Section Of An Aircraft Cabin With 21 Seats Installed In
  • To Determine The Extent To Which Passengers’ Perception Of Cabin Air Quality Is Affected By Air Te
  • The Temperature Inside The Cabin Was Set At Three Differ-Ent Levels
  • 20
  • 6°C
  • 23
  • 3°C And 26
  • 1°C (69°F
  • 74°F And 79°F)
  • While Maintaining Outside Air Supply Rate And Total Air Supply To The Cabin At Constant And Represen
  • A Total Of 68 Subjects Were Exposed To Each Of The Three Conditions
  • The Subjects Completed Questionnaires To Provide Subjective Assessments Of Air Quality
  • Cabin Environment
  • Intensity Of Symptoms Commonly Experienced During Flight
  • And Thermal Comfort
  • The Investigation Showed That Cabin Air Temperature Did Not Change Symptoms Typical Of The Aircraft
  • Freshness Of Air
  • And Thermal Sensation - The Lower The Temperature
  • The Higher The Perceived Air Quality And Freshness

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Occupant evaluation of 7-hour exposures in a simulated aircraft cabin - Part 2: Thermal effects - DTU Orbit (27/05/14) Occupant evaluation of 7-hour exposures in a simulated aircraft cabin - Part 2: Thermal effects - DTU Orbit (27/05/14) Strøm-Tejsen, P., Wyon, D. P., Zukowska, D., Jama, A., & Fang, L. (2005). Occupant evaluation of 7-hour exposures in a simulated aircraft cabin - Part 2: Thermal effects. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate - Indoor Air 2005. (Vol. 1.1, pp. 46-51). Beijing: Tsinghua University Press.

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