INVESTIGATION OF A NOVEL CEILING PANEL FOR HEAT AND MOISTURE CONTROL IN BUILDINGS

Melanie Fauchoux, Carey Simonson, David Torvi & Melanie Fauchoux
In occupied buildings, it is important to condition the air inside the building to ensure occupant comfort. There are several aspects that affect comfort, including temperature, relative humidity (RH), air motion and thermal radiation. The main criterion for occupant comfort is the temperature of the air. Indoor temperature is often controlled using conventional all-air systems to heat or cool the supply air before it enters the space. Another method of controlling the temperature of the...
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