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Books, Original Papers & Review Papers
Name
GOTO Tomonobu
Affiliation
Graduate School of Engineering
Department of Architecture and Building Science
Sustainable Architecture and Building Science Course
Human Environment Design Lab
Title
Associate Professor
Date of Birth
1975.10
Research Fields
  • Architectural environment/equipment
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Keywords
Human response to physical environment, Indoor environment control
Academic Society Membership
  • 日本建築学会
  • 空気調和・衛生工学会
  • International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ)
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    Original Papers

    Development of new human thermal model based on blood flow rate measurements under different temperature conditions.[15th Conference of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (Indoor Air 2018),(2018)]T Goto, D Terayama, H Sakamoto, T Hayase, Y Saijo, R Sugawara, Z Niu


    Measurements of blood flow and blood pressure under different indoor temperature and body postural conditions, and development of a new human simulation model.[Healthy Buildings Europe 2015,(2015)]H Sakamoto, Y Chiba, T Hayase, K Funamoto, Y Saijo, T Goto


    Subjective experiment on causal relationship between indoor temperature and occupants' performance mediated by arousal state.[Healthy Buildings Europe 2015,(2015)]T Goto, M Koganei, M Hiramatsu


    Long-term field survey on thermal adaptation in office buildings in Japan.[Building & Environment,42(12),(2007),3944-3954]T Goto, T Mitamura, H Yoshino, A Tamura, E Inomata


    Thermal sensation and thermophysiolosical responses with metabolic step-changes.[International Journal of Biometeorology,50(5),(2006),323-332]T Goto, J Toftum, R de Dear, PO Fanger


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        2018.09.13
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