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Title: Acceptable indoor thermal conditions and implications for energy conservation in continental climate
Authors: Wentzel, JD
Kok, R
Lewis, MI
Meese, GB
Keywords: Indoor thermal conditions
Energy conservation
Indoor temperature ranges
Issue Date: Aug-1983
Citation: Wentzel, JD, et al. 1983. Acceptable indoor thermal conditions and implications for energy conservation in a continental climate. CIB conference, Stockholm, 15-19 August 1983.
Abstract: Discuss the indoor temperature ranges found acceptable by occupants of buildings controlled by passive means, in areas where the influence of land mass dominates the local climate
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/997
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