Green Building: Indoor Environment
Provider: Mason Contractors Association of America
In this module we will review how high performance buildings reflect a concern for the total quality of the interior environment. By definition, they provide supportive ambient conditions, including thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality, visual comfort, and appropriate acoustical quality.
Air temperature, mean radiant temperature, air speed, and humidity are all factors that affect thermal comfort. Dissatisfaction with thermal conditions is the most common source of complaints in office buildings.
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