Toplotni komfor u univerzitetskim zgradama – razlike između izmerenih vrednosti i subjektivnog osećaja korisnika

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Tamara Bajc Maja Todorović

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Istraživanja u oblasti toplotnog komfora u svetu su značajno povećana u poslednje vreme, dok su rezultati u ovoj oblasti za područje Srbije ograničeni. Posebno je značajno pitanje toplotnog komfora i kvaliteta unutrašnje sredine u zgradama namenjenim obrazovanju, sa prirodnom ventilacijom, imajući u vidu uticaj na korisnike koji veći deo vremena borave u ovim prostorima. Takođe je važno naglasiti da toplotni komfor i kvalitet unutrašnje sredine značajno utiču na radne sposobnosti korisnika. Rezultati istraživanja koji su sprovedeni tokom zimskog semestra, u univerzitetskoj učionici u Beogradu, pokazali su da se rezultati merenja i na osnovu njih izračunate vrednosti PMV indeksa i rezultati subjektivne ocene korisnika dobijeni anketom kvantitativno značajno razlikuju. Poređenjem rezultata u okviru četiri nedelje istraživanja došlo se do zaključka da su najpovoljniji i najnepovoljniji uslovi toplotnog komfora, potvrđeni merenjima, takođe markirani kao najpovoljniji, odnosno najnepovoljniji na osnovu rezultata anketiranja korisnika, ali sa različitim vrednostima PMV indeksa.

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BAJC, Tamara; TODOROVIĆ, Maja. Toplotni komfor u univerzitetskim zgradama – razlike između izmerenih vrednosti i subjektivnog osećaja korisnika. Zbornik Međunarodnog kongresa o KGH, [S.l.], v. 48, n. 1, p. 217-223, dec. 2017. Dostupno na: <https://izdanja.smeits.rs/index.php/kghk/article/view/3303>. Datum pristupa: 11 dec. 2018 doi: https://doi.org/10.24094/kghk.017.48.1.217.
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