1A2_0655_ THERMAL COMFORT PHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION: WHICH SENSORS FOR THE MOST ACCURATE ASSESSMENT?
- Ada Ferri
- B. Cravello
- F. Dotti
- A. Vallan
In the field of thermal comfort of garments, the importance of the small air gap between skin and garment, called microclimate, is recognized by predictive models and experimental works. However, accurate measurements of microclimate is complex because its volume is small and variable. Moreover, due to body movement, involuntary contact between sensors and skin/garment strongly affects the measurement. In this work, a wearable device designed for measuring microclimate and skin temperature and humidity is presented and validated through tests in a controlled climatic chamber.
Keywords: temperature, humidity, microclimate, sensor, thermal comfort
How to Cite:
Ferri, A. & Cravello, B. & Dotti, F. & Vallan, A., (2019) “1A2_0655_ THERMAL COMFORT PHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION: WHICH SENSORS FOR THE MOST ACCURATE ASSESSMENT?”, Proceedings of the 19th World Textile Conference - Autex 2019 , p.5.