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A residential building is a dynamic system in which the internal heat gains occur mainly through roof and walls. The heat transmission to the inside of a building is primarily based on the outdoor temperature. The indoor environment of a building consists of two primary variables. One is indoor temperature (IT) and the other is indoor relative humidity (IRH). The indoor temperature is a combination of radiations received through the roof and walls of the building. If the indoor temperature isdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.1393173.v1 fatcat:sw2w4hvbwnbqhdnq2cny3gzdny