Experimental procedures and schedule  

Experimental procedures and schedule  

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Intelligent neck cooler has been proposed as an energy-saving indoor air-conditioning method by direct cooling of human body. This paper reports evaluation results of intelligent neck cooler’s effectiveness regarding labor productivity and comfort in hot summer office environment. We studied through trial subjects how neck cooling affects psycholog...

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