Standard Swedish standard · SS-EN ISO 14505-3:2006

Ergonomics of the thermal environment - Evaluation of the thermal environment in vehicles - Part 3: Evaluation of thermal comfort using human subjects (ISO 14505-3:2006)

Status: Valid

This part of ISO 14505 gives guidelines and specifies a standard test method for the assessment, using human subjects, of thermal comfort in vehicles. It is not restricted to any particular vehicle but provides the general principles that allow assessment and evaluation. The method can be used to determine a measure of the performance of a vehicle for conditions of interest, in terms of whether it provides thermal comfort to people or not. This can be used in vehicle development and evaluation. This part of ISO 14505 is applicable to all types of vehicles, including cars, buses, trucks, off-road vehicles, trains, aircraft, ships, submarines, and to the cabins of cranes and similar spaces. It applies where people are enclosed in a vehicle and when they are exposed to outside conditions. For those exposed to outside conditions, such as riders of bicycles or motorcycles, drivers of open sports cars and operators of fork lift trucks without cabins, vehicle speed and weather conditions can dominate responses. The principles of assessment, however, will still apply. This part of ISO 14505 applies to both passengers and operators of vehicles where its application does not interfere with the safe operation of the vehicle. It presents the principles of the assessment and evaluation of thermal comfort, including the use of test methods and trials. It also presents subjective methods that can be used in assessment. This part of ISO 14505 is a basic ergonomics standard which can contribute to the development of standards concerned with specific vehicles and products.


Thermal environments (12.030) Ergonomics (13.180) General (43.020)

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Language: English

Written by: Belastningsergonomi, SIS/TK 380/AG 01

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Article no: STD-45544

Edition: 1

Approved: 6/8/2006

No of pages: 22