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The following article describes an extract of the results of experimental investigations on the topic of thermal comfort as a function of radiation asymmetry. The investigations were carried out in the climate chamber [1, 2] of the TU Dresden with the help of subjects. The radiation asymmetry was imprinted by subdividing the climate chamber into two vertically superimposed half-rooms, one of which was heated and the other cooled. In this way, 46 experiments on the heating or cooling ceilingdoi:10.1051/e3sconf/201911102053 fatcat:wyp6kidlunhdxbxohkcawwtg64