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A Study on the Indoor Comfort Control By Smart Comfort Algorithm
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  • Journal title : Journal of IKEEE
  • Volume 19, Issue 4,  2015, pp.603-609
  • Publisher : Institude of Korean Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  • DOI : 10.7471/ikeee.2015.19.4.603
 Title & Authors
A Study on the Indoor Comfort Control By Smart Comfort Algorithm
Yoon, Seok-Am; Lee, Jeong-Il;
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 Abstract
Thermal comfort is one of the fundamental aspects of indoor environmental quality and it is strongly related to occupant satisfaction and energy used in building. In this paper, we proposes smart comfort algorithm that save energy and provide a pleasant and comfortable environment for workers by the indoor comfort conditions(Predictive Mean Vote) detection and controlling the temperature and humidity, air flow. Simulation results, heating and cooling control of the thermal comfort control can be compared with the existing general air conditioners reduces the power of 0.5kW and indoor comfort can be maintained. Also, It showed a 49.2% improvement in the light by lighting control algorithm.
 Keywords
Thermal Comfort;Predictive Mean Vote;Temperature;Relative Humidity;Dimming;
 Language
Korean
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