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COMPARISON OF THERMAL HAND MODELS AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS

Kuklane, Kalev LU (2014) Ambience14 & 10I3M, Scientific conference for Smart and functional textiles, Well-Being, Thermal comfort in clothing, Design, Thermal Manikins and Modelling In Proceedings of Ambience, Scientific Conference for Smart Textiles 1.
Abstract
Five sets of gloves were tested on 3 hand models with 2 measuring system in order to ensure repeatability of results from the past and for the future. The other aims of the study were to compare the possible differences related to different number of measuring zones, and effect of temperature distribution over hand surface. The hand models had 2 (HF), 9 (H2) and 10 (H3) zones respectively. Models H2 and H3 were tested on the new regulation system and models H2 and HF on the old regulation system. Homogenous vs. inhomogeneous surface temperature was tested on H2 and HF. All hands were tested at low (0.3 m/s) and high (4.0 m/s) air velocity. Non‐uniform temperature did not affect the results if parallel method of EN ISO 15831 was applied. A... (More)
Five sets of gloves were tested on 3 hand models with 2 measuring system in order to ensure repeatability of results from the past and for the future. The other aims of the study were to compare the possible differences related to different number of measuring zones, and effect of temperature distribution over hand surface. The hand models had 2 (HF), 9 (H2) and 10 (H3) zones respectively. Models H2 and H3 were tested on the new regulation system and models H2 and HF on the old regulation system. Homogenous vs. inhomogeneous surface temperature was tested on H2 and HF. All hands were tested at low (0.3 m/s) and high (4.0 m/s) air velocity. Non‐uniform temperature did not affect the results if parallel method of EN ISO 15831 was applied. A higher insulation value was acquired with a one zone model vs. multiple zones. The transfer to new system did not affect the results. (Less)
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thermal hand model, glove insulation, number of zones, surface temperature distribution, new and old regulation system
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Proceedings of Ambience 14&10i3m : Scientific Conference for Smart and Functional Textiles, Well-Being, Thermal Comfort in Clothing, Design, Thermal Manikins and Modellin, 7-9 September 2014, Tampere, Finland - Scientific Conference for Smart and Functional Textiles, Well-Being, Thermal Comfort in Clothing, Design, Thermal Manikins and Modellin, 7-9 September 2014, Tampere, Finland
series title
Proceedings of Ambience, Scientific Conference for Smart Textiles
volume
1
pages
4 pages
publisher
Tampere University of Technology
conference name
Ambience14 & 10I3M, Scientific conference for Smart and functional textiles, Well-Being, Thermal comfort in clothing, Design, Thermal Manikins and Modelling
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Tampere Hall, Tampere, Finland
conference dates
2014-09-07 - 2014-09-09
ISSN
2342-4540
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978-952-15-3269-6
language
English
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yes
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147c7ba8-1cbe-4feb-a298-f9f630a96142 (old id 4647055)
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2016-04-04 11:41:59
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  abstract     = {Five sets of gloves were tested on 3 hand models with 2 measuring system in order to ensure repeatability of results from the past and for the future. The other aims of the study were to compare the possible differences related to different number of measuring zones, and effect of temperature distribution over hand surface. The hand models had 2 (HF), 9 (H2) and 10 (H3) zones respectively. Models H2 and H3 were tested on the new regulation system and models H2 and HF on the old regulation system. Homogenous vs. inhomogeneous surface temperature was tested on H2 and HF. All hands were tested at low (0.3 m/s) and high (4.0 m/s) air velocity. Non‐uniform temperature did not affect the results if parallel method of EN ISO 15831 was applied. A higher insulation value was acquired with a one zone model vs. multiple zones. The transfer to new system did not affect the results.},
  author       = {Kuklane, Kalev},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of Ambience 14&10i3m : Scientific Conference for Smart and Functional Textiles, Well-Being, Thermal Comfort in Clothing, Design, Thermal Manikins and Modellin, 7-9 September 2014, Tampere, Finland},
  isbn         = {978-952-15-3269-6},
  issn         = {2342-4540},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {Tampere University of Technology},
  series       = {Proceedings of Ambience, Scientific Conference for Smart Textiles},
  title        = {COMPARISON OF THERMAL HAND MODELS AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS},
  url          = {https://lup.lub.lu.se/search/files/5834476/4647056.pdf},
  volume       = {1},
  year         = {2014},
}