alexa Effects of Air Velocity, Air Gap Thickness and Configuration on Heat Transfer of a Wearable Convective Cooling System

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Effects of Air Velocity, Air Gap Thickness and Configuration on Heat Transfer of a Wearable Convective Cooling System

Personal cooling systems have been the focus of many research studies, which primarily reported the reduction of heat strain in protective clothing systems used by the military and fire fighters. Personal cooling systems are beneficial to these groups as well as industrial workers providing safety, health and comfort in hot or hazardous environments. However, wearable personal cooling systems can also provide occupants in office buildings with an increased comfort range, e.g., in buildings and rooms that have insufficient or reduced air-conditioning in the summer months. With wearable personal cooling systems, energy could potentially be saved by reducing the airconditioning usage without compromising thermal comfort.

 
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