publication . Article . Other literature type . 2019

The Scales Project, a cross-national dataset on the interpretation of thermal perception scales

Rea Risky Alprianti; Mireille Folkerts; Roberto Lamberts; Maíra André; Carolina Buonocore; I Rajapaksha; Marcellinus Okafor; Gesche M. Huebner; Liu Yang; Vanessa Lindermayr; ...
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  • Published: 26 Nov 2019 Journal: Scientific Data, volume 6, issue 1 (issn: 2052-4463, Copyright policy)
Abstract
Measurement(s)Natural Language • Demographics • humidity • response to temperature stimulus • temperature of air • geographic location • room temperature ambient airTechnology Type(s)Survey • sensorSample Characteristic - OrganismHomo sapiensSample Characteristic - EnvironmentbuildingSample Characteristic - LocationOman • Kingdom of Spain • Ecuador • Chile • Malaysia • Iraq • Poland • Nigeria • Iran • Italy • United States of America • Germany • Brazil • Jordan • Kingdom of the Netherlands • Greece • Sweden • Kingdom of Denmark • India • Sri Lanka • Uganda • South Korea • Republic of China • United Arab Emirates • Australia • French Republic • United Kingdom • J...
Subjects
free text keywords: Information Systems, Education, Library and Information Sciences, Statistics and Probability, Computer Science Applications, Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty, Journal Article, Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't, Dataset, Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty, Thermal comfort, occupants' behaviour, rating scales, Civil engineering, Psychology and behaviour, /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/pubmedpublicationtype/D016428, /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/pubmedpublicationtype/D013485, Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't, Buildings, Science, Q, TH, Adaptation, Diversity, Language, Season, Climatic zone, Post-Occupancy-Evaluation, Scales, Field study, Thermal acceptance, Thermal sensation, Data Descriptor, Psychology and behaviour, Civil engineering, ddc:690, Building design, Built environment, Perception, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Thermal comfort, Cross national, Thermal perception, Cognitive psychology, Post-occupancy evaluation, Rating scale, Computer science
Related Organizations
Funded by
EC| HEAT-SHIELD
Project
HEAT-SHIELD
Integrated inter-sector framework to increase the thermal resilience of European workers in the context of global warming
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 668786
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
,
RCUK| RCUK CENTRE for ENERGY EPIDEMIOLOGY (CEE): the study of energy demand in a population.
Project
  • Funder: Research Council UK (RCUK)
  • Project Code: EP/K011839/1
  • Funding stream: EPSRC
28 references, page 1 of 2

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2. Andersen, R. K. eTh Inuflence of Occupants' Behaviour on Energy Consumption Investigated in 290 Identical Dwellings and in 35 Apartments. In Proceedings of Healthy Buildings 2012, Brisbane, Australia (2012).

3. Blight, T. S. & Coley, D. A. Sensitivity analysis of the efect of occupant behaviour on the energy consumption of passive house dwellings. Energy Build 66, 183-192 (2013). [OpenAIRE]

4. Guerra Santin, O., Itard, L. & Visscher, H. The eefct of occupancy and building characteristics on energy use for space and water heating in Dutch residential stock. Energy Build 41, 1223-1232 (2009). [OpenAIRE]

5. Majcen, D., Itard, L. & Visscher, H. Actual and theoretical gas consumption in Dutch dwellings: What causes the diefrences? Energy Policy 61, 460-471 (2013). [OpenAIRE]

6. Schweiker, M., Carlucci, S., Andersen, R. K., Dong, B. & O'Brien, W. Occupancy and Occupants' Actions. In Exploring Occupant Behavior in Buildings (eds Wagner, A., O'Brien, W. & Dong, B.) 7-38 (Springer, 2018).

7. Nicol, F. & Humphreys, M. A. Adaptive thermal comfort and sustainable thermal standards for buildings. Energy Build 34, 563-572 (2002).

8. ASHRAE. Standard 55-2017. eThrmal environmental conditions for human occupancy. Am . Soc. Heating, Refrig. Air-Conditioning Eng. Atlanta, USA (2017).

9. Schweiker, M. et al. Challenging the assumptions for thermal sensation scales. Build. Res. Inf 45, 572-589 (2017).

10. ISO. ISO 10551. Ergonomics of the thermal environment-Assessment of the inuflence of the thermal environment using subjective judgment scales (2001).

11. Al-Khatri, H. & Gadi, M. B. Collective understanding of ASHRAE thermal sensation phrases among Arab students. In 10th Windsor Conference - Rethinking Comfort (eds Brotas, L., Roaf, S., Nicol, F. & Humphreys, M.) 357-370 (NCEUB, 2018).

12. Humphreys, M. A., Nicol, F. & Roaf, S. Adaptive thermal comfort: foundations and analysis. (Routledge, 2016).

13. Pitts, A. eTh language and semantics of thermal comfort. In Windsor Conference: Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings 1-7 (NCEUB, 2006).

14. Fuchs, X., Becker, S., Schakib-Ekbatan, K. & Schweiker, M. Subgroups holding diefrent conceptions of scales rate room temperatures diefrently. Build. Environ 128, 236-247 (2018).

15. Mayer, E. Ist die bisherige Zuordnung von PMV und PPD noch richtig? KI Luft-und Kältetechnik 34, 575-577 (1998).

28 references, page 1 of 2
Abstract
Measurement(s)Natural Language • Demographics • humidity • response to temperature stimulus • temperature of air • geographic location • room temperature ambient airTechnology Type(s)Survey • sensorSample Characteristic - OrganismHomo sapiensSample Characteristic - EnvironmentbuildingSample Characteristic - LocationOman • Kingdom of Spain • Ecuador • Chile • Malaysia • Iraq • Poland • Nigeria • Iran • Italy • United States of America • Germany • Brazil • Jordan • Kingdom of the Netherlands • Greece • Sweden • Kingdom of Denmark • India • Sri Lanka • Uganda • South Korea • Republic of China • United Arab Emirates • Australia • French Republic • United Kingdom • J...
Subjects
free text keywords: Information Systems, Education, Library and Information Sciences, Statistics and Probability, Computer Science Applications, Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty, Journal Article, Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't, Dataset, Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty, Thermal comfort, occupants' behaviour, rating scales, Civil engineering, Psychology and behaviour, /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/pubmedpublicationtype/D016428, /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/pubmedpublicationtype/D013485, Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't, Buildings, Science, Q, TH, Adaptation, Diversity, Language, Season, Climatic zone, Post-Occupancy-Evaluation, Scales, Field study, Thermal acceptance, Thermal sensation, Data Descriptor, Psychology and behaviour, Civil engineering, ddc:690, Building design, Built environment, Perception, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Thermal comfort, Cross national, Thermal perception, Cognitive psychology, Post-occupancy evaluation, Rating scale, Computer science
Related Organizations
Funded by
EC| HEAT-SHIELD
Project
HEAT-SHIELD
Integrated inter-sector framework to increase the thermal resilience of European workers in the context of global warming
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 668786
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
,
RCUK| RCUK CENTRE for ENERGY EPIDEMIOLOGY (CEE): the study of energy demand in a population.
Project
  • Funder: Research Council UK (RCUK)
  • Project Code: EP/K011839/1
  • Funding stream: EPSRC
28 references, page 1 of 2

1. Andersen, S., Andersen, R. K. & Olesen, B. W. Inuflence of heat cost allocation on occupants' control of indoor environment in 56 apartments: studied with measurements, interviews and questionaires. Build. Environ 101, 1-8 (2016).

2. Andersen, R. K. eTh Inuflence of Occupants' Behaviour on Energy Consumption Investigated in 290 Identical Dwellings and in 35 Apartments. In Proceedings of Healthy Buildings 2012, Brisbane, Australia (2012).

3. Blight, T. S. & Coley, D. A. Sensitivity analysis of the efect of occupant behaviour on the energy consumption of passive house dwellings. Energy Build 66, 183-192 (2013). [OpenAIRE]

4. Guerra Santin, O., Itard, L. & Visscher, H. The eefct of occupancy and building characteristics on energy use for space and water heating in Dutch residential stock. Energy Build 41, 1223-1232 (2009). [OpenAIRE]

5. Majcen, D., Itard, L. & Visscher, H. Actual and theoretical gas consumption in Dutch dwellings: What causes the diefrences? Energy Policy 61, 460-471 (2013). [OpenAIRE]

6. Schweiker, M., Carlucci, S., Andersen, R. K., Dong, B. & O'Brien, W. Occupancy and Occupants' Actions. In Exploring Occupant Behavior in Buildings (eds Wagner, A., O'Brien, W. & Dong, B.) 7-38 (Springer, 2018).

7. Nicol, F. & Humphreys, M. A. Adaptive thermal comfort and sustainable thermal standards for buildings. Energy Build 34, 563-572 (2002).

8. ASHRAE. Standard 55-2017. eThrmal environmental conditions for human occupancy. Am . Soc. Heating, Refrig. Air-Conditioning Eng. Atlanta, USA (2017).

9. Schweiker, M. et al. Challenging the assumptions for thermal sensation scales. Build. Res. Inf 45, 572-589 (2017).

10. ISO. ISO 10551. Ergonomics of the thermal environment-Assessment of the inuflence of the thermal environment using subjective judgment scales (2001).

11. Al-Khatri, H. & Gadi, M. B. Collective understanding of ASHRAE thermal sensation phrases among Arab students. In 10th Windsor Conference - Rethinking Comfort (eds Brotas, L., Roaf, S., Nicol, F. & Humphreys, M.) 357-370 (NCEUB, 2018).

12. Humphreys, M. A., Nicol, F. & Roaf, S. Adaptive thermal comfort: foundations and analysis. (Routledge, 2016).

13. Pitts, A. eTh language and semantics of thermal comfort. In Windsor Conference: Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings 1-7 (NCEUB, 2006).

14. Fuchs, X., Becker, S., Schakib-Ekbatan, K. & Schweiker, M. Subgroups holding diefrent conceptions of scales rate room temperatures diefrently. Build. Environ 128, 236-247 (2018).

15. Mayer, E. Ist die bisherige Zuordnung von PMV und PPD noch richtig? KI Luft-und Kältetechnik 34, 575-577 (1998).

28 references, page 1 of 2
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