The Usage of Energy for Conditioning Buildings to Achieve Human Comfort by Using Olgyay Bioclimatic Chart

Authors

  • Pakiza Aziz Said Department of Geography, College of Humanities, University of Sulaimani, Sulaimani City, Kurdistan Region, Iraq
  • Soran Hama amen Ahmad Department of Geography, College of Humanities, University of Sulaimani, Sulaimani City, Kurdistan Region, Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32410/huj-10347

Keywords:

ووزە، تەلارەكان، پێوەرى اولیگاى، حەوانەوەی مرۆڤ.

Abstract

Climate has a great and direct impact on humans and quality of life. Humans, in turn, get accommodated to their surroundings through architecture, clothes and food as well as using their resources for cooling and heating in order to live comfortably.
The different branches of climate studies include sunlight, temperature, humidity, wind, and precipitation. Each of these branches impacts the levels of human comfort at different rates. Temperature and humidity are the most significant of the contributing factors. Research has proven that the threshold desired for temperature in order for humans to be comfortable differs according to their location. The lowest temperatures for comfort are 15 – 18 °C and the highest are 25 – 28 °C, as long as humidity remains below 50%. Generally 18 – 25 °C is considered ideal for human comfort.
The study area’s climate is characterised by drastic differences in temperature according to seasons, months, and even between night and day. This is important as it effects how humans experience comfort.
This paper will determine the times of year which are comfortable and those that require extra efforts to be comfortable enough within buildings. Olgyay bioclimatic charts will be utilised in order to find these periods. This method will be applied to six different stations within the study area.

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Published

2020-12-30

How to Cite

Aziz Said, P. ., & Hama amen Ahmad, S. . (2020). The Usage of Energy for Conditioning Buildings to Achieve Human Comfort by Using Olgyay Bioclimatic Chart. Halabja University Journal, 5(4), 164–181. https://doi.org/10.32410/huj-10347