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Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan
In order to clarify the relation between indoor environment and dissatisfaction rate in the college classroom in the cold region in spring and summer, measurement of indoor environment and questionnaire survey were conducted in the actual classroom. As a result, it turned out that temperature and SET* impacted dissatisfaction rate on the thermal environment, whereas CO2 concentration and illuminance, noise level were not much correlated to the dissatisfaction rate on them. Furthermore, thermaldoi:10.18948/shasetaikai.2020.8.0_181 fatcat:is6y7kw3nnhmjhvfakwcmdmqza