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Volume 165, 20202020 2nd International Conference on Civil Architecture and Energy Science (CAES 2020)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Civil, Architectural Engineering|
|Published online||01 May 2020|
Study on the improvement of indoor hot and humid environment in Tibetan-style residential areas in northwest Sichuan
Architecture, Sichuan Agricultural University, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, 611830, China
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Indoor and outdoor thermal environment is under a definite impact on the human body, and to a large extent affects the comfort of people living. In this paper, the indoor and outdoor thermal and humidity parameters of Dongma village in the west of Sichuan Province were measured. On the living room and bedroom hot and humid comfort survey, the outside wall temperature and the local climate to do analysis, get January Dongma village typical residential indoor humidity environment, including the temperature of the living room is 6.6~19.5°C, the relative humidity is 28.9~45.3%rH, the bedroom temperature is 3.5~19.8°C, the relative humidity is 35.7~52.8%rH, the outdoor temperature is 2.4~27.4°C, the temperature in the east is -11.1~-3.3°C, -3.9~11.2°C at the west, -8~2.8°C at the south, -10.4~-2.5 °C at the north, 1.6~29.2 °C at the roof, and the solar radiation intensity is 422~739W/m^2. Combined with the above data, it is found that the overall insulation performance of the wall is good, but by the influence of the cold weather outside, the indoor temperature is still low, it is difficult to respond to the comfort needs of residents. The wall temperature is altered due to solar radiation. In view of the current situation of the indoor thermal environment in Dongma village, a series of optimization suggestions are submitted at the end of the paper.
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