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Title: The Effect of Hearing Stimuli on Human Thermal Sensation - Targeting Environment Sound
Authors: Kenta Fukagawa
Yoshihito Kurazumi
Yoshiaki Yamato
Kunihito Tobita
Emi Kondo
Jin Ishii
Ariya Aruninta
Yoshitaka Ohgi
Keywords: Global Warming
Environment Sound
Thermal Sensation
Issue Date: 22-Feb-2018
Publisher: Thai Association Of Landscape Architects
Abstract: climate change is considered as relating to the global warming and is becoming a serious problem. Global warming is related to the increase of carbon dioxide. The increase of the carbon dioxide is caused by the energy consumption increase. In addition, air conditioning dominates the large ratio of the energy consumption. Furthermore, according to the huge earthquake happened on March 11, 2011 in Japan, country’s energy policy is facing a turning point, which is to establish less harmful and less energy based society than ever. For that reason, to decrease the energy consumption, how to reduce the energy consumption by the air-conditioning is the important issue. There are several researches relating to the topic. However, those researches did not study on the effect of the environment sound on the human thermal sensation. For that reason, the purpose of this research is to clarify the effect of environment sound on human thermal sensation.
URI: http://tar.thailis.or.th/handle/123456789/994
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