Individualna regulacija kancelarijske mikrosredine

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Arsen K. Melikov Gitte L. Knudsen Shinichi Watanabe

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Individualno regulisani uslovi sredine pomoću sistema personalizovane ventilacije i lokalnog grejanja odnosno hlađenja tela, imaju potencijal zadovoljavanja više stanara u jednom prostoru, u poređenju sa potpuno regulisanom sredinom. Karakteristike sistema za individualnu regulaciju (engl. ICS), koji se sastoji od: konvektivno grejane stolice, panela za grejanje putem zračenja, smeštenog ispod stola, podnog grejnog zračećeg panela, vazdušnog terminalnog uređaja, smeštenog ispod stola, koji dovodi hladan vazduh, i personalizovane ventilacije, proučavane su sa stanovišta njegove regulacije. Rezultati su pokazali da projektu i nivoima regulacije ICS treba pokloniti punu pažnju, da bi se smanjila lokalna toplotna neugodnost i da bi se dostigao maksimalan broj stanara koji se osećaju ugodno u svojim mikrosredinama. Preporučena je regulacija temperature, protoka i pravca personalizovanog vazduha. Grejna i rashladna komponenta sa brzim odzivom, koje će doprineti da stanari odmah osete efekat izvršene regulacije, predstavlja suštinu učinka sistema ICS. Aktivno učešće stanara u regulaciji ICS i prilagođavanje njihovog odevanja, izuzetno su značajni za ostvarenje željene mikrosredine.

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MELIKOV, Arsen K.; KNUDSEN, Gitte L.; WATANABE, Shinichi. Individualna regulacija kancelarijske mikrosredine. Zbornik Međunarodnog kongresa o KGH, [S.l.], v. 38, n. 1, p. 359-368, july 2019. Dostupno na: <https://izdanja.smeits.rs/index.php/kghk/article/view/5227>. Datum pristupa: 05 apr. 2020
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