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The effects of seasonal weather differences on the bio-heat loss transferred from the human body in Antalya city
By: Simsek, E.; Sahin, B.; Bilgili, M.; Yasar, A.;
2010 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-6382-4
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' The effects of seasonal weather differences on the bio-heat loss transferred from the human body in Antalya city ' In this study, the effects of seasonal weather differences in Antalya city on the bio-heat losses from the human body have been investigated. For application, the monthly atmospheric temperature, relative humidity, wind speed and atmospheric pressure data, which are observed in 2006, have been used. The sensible and latent heat losses from the human body in terms of skin surface and respiration have been calculated and compared to each other. According to the obtained results, the latent and sensible heat losses from the human body have been varied considerably from season to season. Approximately ninety percent of bio-heat transferred from the human body to the surrounding is caused by the skin and the rest of 10% by respiration.
Seasonal Weather Differences
Atmospheric Pressure Data
Cities And Towns
Ground Penetrating Radar
Geophysical Measurement Techniques
Power Distribution Lines
Power Transmission Lines
Monthly Atmospheric Temperature