A Review of Human Physiological, Psychological & Human Biomechanical Factors on Perceived Thermal Comfort of Automotive Seats.
Thermal comfort in automotive seating has been studied and discussed for a long time. The available research, because it is focused on the components, has not produced a model that provides insight into the human-seat system interaction. This work, which represents the beginning of an extensive research program, aims to establish the foundation for such a model. This paper will discuss the key physiological, psychological, and biomechanical factors related to perceptions of thermal comfort in automotive seats. The methodology to establish perceived thermal comfort requirements will also be presented and discussed.
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- Berry, S
- Kolich, Michael
- Line, Johnathan
- ElMaraghy, Waguih
- WCX™ 17: SAE World Congress Experience
- Location: Detroit Michigan, United States
- Date: 2017-4-4 to 2017-4-6
- Publication Date: 2017-3-28
- Media Type: Web
- Features: References;
- TRT Terms: Comfort; Heating (Vehicles); Human factors; Seats; Thermal analysis
- Subject Areas: Highways; Safety and Human Factors; Vehicles and Equipment;
- Accession Number: 01731450
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: SAE International
- Report/Paper Numbers: 2017-01-1388
- Files: TRIS, SAE
- Created Date: Feb 20 2020 9:30AM