Data for: Improving the Indoor Thermal Comfort of Nanping Dwellings for Low-Carbon Development

Published: 19 April 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/k4rggv4hxk.2
Bin li, Weihong Guo, Marc Aurel Schnabel, Ziqi Zhang


By means of interview questionnaire, on-site measurement and statistical analysis, the subjective feeling of the indoor thermal environment of 120 households in winter was collected, and the thermal comfort of different dwellings was objectively analyzed with typical daily measured parameters such as air temperature, wind speed, relative humidity and black globe temperature. The interview questionnaire of 120 households included collection of subjective data on thermal sensation vote (TSV) and thermal comfort vote (TCV) as indicated in GB/T 50785-2012[1]. The interview questionnaire started from 9 am to 12 am on Jan 18, 2019. Finally, 102 valid questionnaires were recovered. All of these questionnaires did in the living room of different typical dwellings. On-site measurement was conducted by using TES-1341 anemometers and JTR04 black-bulb thermometers in four typical buildings to record indoor air temperature (tin), humidity (RHin), air velocity (Va) and black globe temperature (tg) of 24 hours started from 1:40 pm on January 18, 2019. Because people seated in the living room, RHin and tg were collected the data on 0.6 meters above the ground, tin and Va were collected the data on 1.1 meters above the ground according to JGJ/T 347-2014[2]. At the same time, BX portable weather station is used to collect the data of outdoor air velocity (V), wind direction, atmospheric pressure (atm), air temperature (tout) and humidity (RHout).



Thermal Comfort