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Journal of Middle East Applied Science and Technology (JMEAST)
ISSN (Online): 2305-0225
Issue 12(4) [Part II], August 2014, pp. 643-653

VII.
Data
collecting
tools
In this research, for measuring temperature and humidity the
data logger and for the wind speed the thermal anemometer
was used. All units were installed on the ground and by a
height of 1.1 meters, except for the wind speed receiver
which was installed by the height of 2 meters to avoid the

effects of people and external factors. . Temperature, relative
humidity and wind speed were all recorded in period of each
10 minutes. Vents of thermal anemometer were adjusted to
the wind direction during the work to increase accuracy.
Table 3-3 shows the details of measurement tools used were
used in this st

VIII.
Data
Analysis
Methods
Parameters of "Physiological Equivalent Temperature",
"Predicted Mean Vote" and the "Standard Effective
Temperature” are calculated through a variety of methods
and
equations.
Due to complexity and extent of relevant equations,
researchers in different areas of expertise, have presented

different models and computer software’s for calculating
mentioned indicators. To analyze the data collected in this
study, Raymn software was used. This model of Raymn was
created by Doctor Andreas Matzarakis to calculate the
radiation flux especially among urban buildings. This model
is one of the best methods for calculating the “Physiological
Equivalent Temperature", "Predicted Mean Vote" and the

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