ASHRAE 55-2007 PDF

ANSI/ASHRAE Standard (Supersedes ANSI/ASHRAE Standard ) ASHRAE STANDARD Thermal Environmental Conditions. CBE Thermal Comfort tool to calculate thermal comfort according to ASHRAE Standard , ASHRAE standard 55 thermal comfort tool, thermal comfort. See Appendix I for approval dates by the ASHRAE Standards Committee, the ASHRAE an ASHRAE Standard may be purchased from the ASHRAE Web site .

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Thermal comfort – compliance | U.S. Green Building Council

PMV method Adaptive method. No local air speed control With local air speed control. Relative humidity Humidity ratio w Dew point Wet bulb Vapor pressure.

Prevailing mean outdoor temperature. Set winter Set spring Set summer Set fall.

Drybulb temperature at still air. Psychrometric chart air temperature Psychrometric chart operative temperature Temperature — Relative Humidity chart Operative Temperature — Velocity chart. In this psychrometric chart the abscissa is the dry-bulb temperature, and the mean radiant temperature MRT is fixed, controlled by the inputbox.


Each point awhrae the chart has the same MRT, which defines the comfort zone boundary.

In this way you can see how changes in MRT affect thermal comfort. You can also still use the operative temperature button, yet each point will have the same MRT. This chart represents only two variables, dry-bulb temperature and relative humidity.

The PMV calculations are still based on all the psychrometric variables, but the visualization becomes easier to understand. This chart represents only two variables, 55-20077 speed against operative temperature.

Method is applicable only for occupant-controlled naturally conditioned spaces that meet all of the following criteria: No heating system is in operation; b Metabolic rates ranging from 1.

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