Influence of environmental factors on sweating rate of sedentary subjects
Results of a comparative study on the influence of various thermal indices on the sweating rate of sedentary subjects have been reported in this paper. Superiority of dry-bulb temperature of air over other indices for rough assessment of water requirement in relatively dry heat has been demonstrated, and a simple prediction chart for the same has been worked out. The results have thus been found to lend support to the idea that sweating rate alone cannot serve as an index of comfort. Limitations of such field trials have also been discussed
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