## Local thermal discomfort

### Draft

Input Result
Temperature room t= ˚C ˚C
Average air speed v= m/s
Turbulence intensity Tu= % %
Percentage of dissatisfied DR= % %

### Vertical temperature difference

Input Result
Temperature at head th= ˚C ˚C
Temperature at feet tf= ˚C ˚C
Percentage of dissatisfied PD= % %

### Floor temperature

Input Result
Floor temperature tg= ˚C
Percentage of dissatisfied PD= %

Indata Resultat
Strålande yta
Temperature room tr= ˚C ˚C
Temperatur surface ty= ˚C ˚C
Percentage of dissatisfied PD= % %

### Percentage of dissatisfied

How are you going to stop the proportion of people who are in the local area who are expected to complain about the climate.

### Floor temperature

The temperature the floor holds.

### Average air speed

Refers to the velocity of air creating the drag. Up to 0.4 m/s.

### Temperature room

The temperature of the air in the room.

The temperature of the air at the head.

### Temperatur at feet

The temperature of the air at the feet.

### Temperatur vid yta

The temperature of the current surface.

### Turbulence intensity

A factor that shows how turbulent air is normally between 30-60%.

### Warm wall

The temperature of the heat radiating vertical surface that gives off heat to the room. The formula applies with a temperature difference of less than 35°C.

### Warm ceiling

The temperature of the radiant horizontal surface of the ceiling that gives off heat to the room. The formula applies with a temperature difference of less than23˚C.

### Cold wall

The temperature of the cold radiating vertical surface which gives off cooling to the room. The formula applies with a temperature difference of less than15˚C.

### Cold ceiling

The temperature of the cold radiant horizontal surface of the ceiling that gives cooling to the room. The formula applies with a temperature difference of less than15˚C.