CH-93-08-3 -- Total Environmental Quality


Int-Hout, D.ASHRAE / 1993 / 8 pages

States that total environmental quality is the concept that thermal comfort, acoustics, indoor air quality and air distribution are all interrelated, and concentrating on one at the expense of another may result in an unacceptable environment. Lists a number of recent and pending ASHRAE and ARI standards covering all these subjects, and discusses them regarding their application and interrelationship. Emphasises the opportunities for cold air, as this technology results in the potential to save energy and first costs and to increase occupant acceptance of the space. KEYWORDS: Microclimate, comfort, standards, USA, thermal comfort, acoustics, indoor, quality, air quality, air distribution, low temperature, air.Units: I-PCitation: ASHRAE Transactions 1993, Vol.99, pt.1

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