Impact of AmI-based-ventilation and air conditioning machines (RLT) on indoor climate applied on the phenomenon "dry climate" - AmI-based regulation of indoor climate
The purposed influence of the indoor climate regarding ventilation and air conditioning (RLT) machines is broadly used in the practical experience for protecting health and for the well-being of the users. For this scope substantial scientific expertise and practical experience is present. Insufficiently or also not optimal active (RLT) machines can lead to discomfort or dissatisfaction and also to a health detriment of the users. The RLT machines will be increasingly supported by building automation systems. Their efficiency can considerable be increased basing on the Ambient Intelligence (AmI), where an individual or a group specific on the user's directed control will be possible. If the objective correlation between operating parameters and the RLT-machines to the resultant indoor climate and possible negative consequence on the health are known, then e.g. the phenomenon "Dry Climate", can purposely act against it with the help of the AmI-based building automation systems. The possibilities, chances and limits of such AmI-systems should be illustrated in the project using an effectiveness analysis. It should be exemplarily considered the "Dry Climate" phenomenon, where currently controversial conceptions about the causes and operating mechanism in the professional world exist. Therefore the areas of the optimal climate dimension should be identified using the analogy and test person test (parameter field). These parameter fields (e.g. AmI-Systems in "E-Home") should be able to be applied in modern systems of the building automation for the user specific control of the RLT-machines. In spite of the project implementation in the "Research" area a practice oriented procedural guideline for the managerial handling with the “Dry Climate” phenomenon should be established as a by-product of the project.
Unit 2.4 "Workplaces, Safety of Machinery, Operational Safety"