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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
"Standard Effective Temperature" [10]. Variables used in
the
model
are
divided
into five
categories:
First category is time variables based on year, month, day
and timing based on hour and minute to access comfort
conditions. Second category holds geographical information
such as longitude, latitude and altitude, which provide the
ability to simulate environmental conditions.( but we chose
to relinquish these informations in our study.)
Meteorological variables are used to calculate temperature
indicators such as air temperature, relative humidity, airflow
and the mean radiant temperature. The fourth category
includes personal information that must be modeled as an
effective physiological characteristics such as height,

weight,
age
and
gender.
Fifth category of variables include the type of coverage and
activities. According to the model and the researcher’s
opinion we can recommend a few things to consider as mean
or standard, because physiological data, coverage and type
of activities are very different. For example, we can use the
average conventional for height, weight and age. Moderate
activities, such as driving with 80 W and coverage with 0.9
CLS are considered for both male and female. The
difference between male and female is so insignificant that
is
unseen
in
many
cases.
After declaring variables and entering data, values for each
of the temperature - physiological parameters are calculated.

IX.
Results
"Physiological Equivalent Temperature", "Predicted Mean
Vote" and the "Standard Effective Temperature" and
synoptic station data in the mentioned timeframe for the site
studied and were all calculated by Ray Man software. The
data’s are presented in charts to provide clear and accurate
comparison.

micro-climate
and
urban
climate
They used an emotional divide in the definition of this index
which is in the range of -3.5(cold) to +3.5 ( warm). Table 4
indicates the physiological equivalent temperature based on
physiological stress divided by 9 degree for people in
Europe and Southeast Asia. Due to the similarity of the
Asian region in terms of radiation measurement,
measurement is divided in this region.

X. Comparing

Physiological Equivalent Temperature in

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