Standardizacija u području toplotne sredine

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Francesca Romana d’Ambrosio Alfano Bjarne Wilkens Olesen Giuseppe Riccio

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Ovaj rad se bavi hronološkom rekonstrukcijom osnova koje čine naučnu bazu međunarodnih standarda za procenu toplotne sredine. Prvi deo je posvećen opisu evolucije ove teme s posebnom
pažnjom posvećenom najaktivnijim akterima u prošlosti. U drugom delu je pregled glavnih međunarodnih standarda u ovoj oblasti sa posebnom pažnjom usmerenom na njihov nastanak i pitanja koja se još uvek razmatraju.

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ALFANO, Francesca Romana d’Ambrosio; OLESEN, Bjarne Wilkens; RICCIO, Giuseppe. Standardizacija u području toplotne sredine. KGH – Klimatizacija, grejanje, hlađenje, [S.l.], v. 46, n. 3, p. 269-273, sep. 2017. ISSN 2560-340X. Dostupno na: <https://izdanja.smeits.rs/index.php/kgh/article/view/2896>. Datum pristupa: 01 july 2022
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Standardi u grejanju, hlađenju i klimatizaciji

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