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Online supporting information for the following article published in Indoor Air
DOI: 10.1111/ina.12208
Experimental investigation into the interaction between the human
body and room airflow and its effect on thermal comfort under
stratum ventilation
Yong Cheng1 and Zhang (John) Lin2
1
Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, City University of Hong Kong,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
2
Division of Building Science and Technology, City University of Hong Kong,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Corresponding author: Dr Zhang (John) Lin ([email protected])
Fig. S1 Variation of average thermal sensation with time
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Table S1 Cross-tabulation of thermal comfort and air movement preference (showing
the number of the subjects and the corresponding percentage in parentheses)
ACH
7
10
15
Thermal comfort
Air movement preference
Total
Less
No change
More
Uncomfortable (-2, -1, -0)
0
1 (10%)
9 (90%)
10 (100%)
Comfortable (+0, +1, +2)
2 (6%)
24 (68%)
9 (26%)
35 (100%)
Uncomfortable (-2, -1, -0)
0
2 (25%)
6 (75%)
8 (100%)
Comfortable (+0, +1, +2)
4 (11%)
27 (73%)
6 (16%)
37 (100%)
Uncomfortable (-2, -1, -0)
1 (20%)
1 (20%)
3 (60%)
5 (100%)
Comfortable (+0, +1, +2)
9 (23%)
21 (52%)
10 (25%)
40 (100%)
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