Human physiology, air quality and comfort temperatures, activity and metabolic rates, health effects of carbon monoxide and more
Age and physical growth of boys and girls - age 2 to 18 years
Permissible limits to exposure of various air contaminants
Ammonia and health symptoms - smell and threat to life.
Convert between blood sugar units
Ideal body weight versus height
CO2 acceptance and comfort level
The carbon dioxide concentration in a room indicates the air quality and the ventilation system efficiency.
Carbon Dioxide emission from persons depends on activity
Exposure to Carbon Monoxide - CO and health effects.
Clo is used as a measure of clothes thermal insulation
Human metabolism at low and high activity with different levels of clothing
Based on dry bulb, wet bulb and dew point temperature
Energy in carbohydrates, fats and proteins
Common bacteria and viruses found in food
Maximum force or power available for human operated machines
Dangerous and tolerable levels of industrial gases
Resultant or globe temperature
Heat discomfort and maximum work load
Equivalent heat index vs. air temperature and relative humidity - in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius.
Physiological effects from low-frequency noise or vibrations.
Human work effort levels, energy expenditure and associated heart rates
Heat gain from persons in air conditioned spaces - in btu/hr.
Fresh air is required for respiration and for transport of heat and vapor emitted from the human body
Recommended light levels - illuminance - for some types of working activities
Legionella pneumophila - bacterium that thrives in water supply systems and air conditioning systems - causing the Legionnairs disease
Men and Women - age and life expectancy
Maximum recommended sound pressure levels in rooms like kindergartens, auditoriums, libraries, cinemas and more.
Metabiolic Rate - Met - is often used as a measuring unit for human body heat or power production
Human metabolic heat gain in air conditioned rooms.
Heat production from the human body at some common activities
PMV index predicts the mean comfort response of a larger group of people
Recommended relative humidity levels
Bacteria, viruses, fungi, mites, asthma and optimum range of relative humidity
Relaxation requirements to measures of fatigue
Recommended minimum room area per person - commonly used values for calculating indoor climate loads.
Shift in hearing threshold for men and women vs. age.
Introduction to decibel, sound power, intensity and pressure.
Time to exhaustion and death in cold water
The Wet Bulb Globe Temperature can be used to measure the general Heat-Stress index.
Effective Temperature of air in movement.