Name | pythermalcomfort JSON |

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Summary | Package to calculate several thermal comfort indices (e.g. PMV, PPD, SET, adaptive) and convert physical variables. Please cite us if you use this package: Tartarini, F., Schiavon, S., 2020. pythermalcomfort: A Python package for thermal comfort research. SoftwareX 12, 100578. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.softx.2020.100578 |

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author | Federico Tartarini |

requires_python | >=3.8.0 |

license | MIT |

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======== Overview ======== Package to calculate several thermal comfort indices (e.g. PMV, PPD, SET, adaptive) and convert physical variables. Please cite us if you use this package: `Tartarini, F., Schiavon, S., 2020. pythermalcomfort: A Python package for thermal comfort research. SoftwareX 12, 100578. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.softx.2020.100578 <https://doi.org/10.1016/j.softx.2020.100578>`_ * Free software: MIT license Installation ============ :: pip install pythermalcomfort You can also install the in-development version with:: pip install https://github.com/CenterForTheBuiltEnvironment/pythermalcomfort/archive/master.zip Documentation ============= https://pythermalcomfort.readthedocs.io/ Examples and Tutorials ====================== `Examples`_ files on how to use some of the functions .. _Examples: https://pythermalcomfort.readthedocs.io/en/latest/usage.html Contributing ============ Contributions are welcome, and they are greatly appreciated! Every little bit helps, and credit will always be given. Click `here`_ to learn more on how to contribute to the project. .. _here: https://pythermalcomfort.readthedocs.io/en/latest/contributing.html Deployment ========== I am using travis to test the code. In addition, I have enabled GitHub actions. Every time the code is pushed or pulled to the `master` repository then the GitHub action tests the code and if the tests pass, a new version of the package is published automatically on PyPI. See file in `.github/workflows/` for more information. Changelog ========= 2.9.1 (2024-01-19) ------------------- * Fixed error calculation of mass sweating in PET mode, the unit was incorrect 2.9.0 (2024-01-15) ------------------- .. warning:: pythermalcomfort 2.9.0 is no longer compatible with Python 3.8 * The PHS model accepts arrays as inputs 2.8.11 (2023-10-26) ------------------- * wrote more test and improved code 2.8.11 (2023-10-26) ------------------- * fixed issues with the documentation and sorted the models in alphabetical order 2.8.7 (2023-10-23) ------------------- * Adaptive ASHRAE now returns a dataclass 2.8.6 (2023-10-09) ------------------- * re-structured and linted the code 2.8.4 (2023-09-20) ------------------- * calculation of cooling effect in pmv (standard='ashrae') triggered only when v>0.1 m/s 2.8.3 (2023-09-14) ------------------- * general improvements in the JOS3 model 2.8.2 (2023-09-04) ------------------- * general improvements in the JOS3 model * fixed error when e_max == 0 2.8.1 (2023-07-05) ------------------- * pythermalcomfort needs Python version > 3.8 * fixed issue in Cooling Effect calculation 2.8.0 (2023-07-03) ------------------- * allowing the cooling effect to range from 0 to 40 * fixed PHS documentation * improved JOS3 documentation 2.7.0 (2023-02-16) ------------------- * changed coefficient of vasodilation in set_tmp() to 120 to match ASHRAE 55 2020 code * slightly modified value in validation tables 2.6.0 (2023-01-17) ------------------- * max sweating rate can be passed to two node model * max skin wettedness can be passed to two node model * rounding w to two decimals * use_fans_heatwave function accepts arrays * fixed typos unit documentation 2.5.4 (2022-10-12) ------------------- * PHS model accepts all required inputs to be run on a minute by minute basis * fix error check compliance PHS model 2.5.0 (2022-06-13) ------------------- * Added the adaptive thermal heat balance (ATHB) model 2.4.0 (2022-06-10) ------------------- * Added e_pmv model - Adjusted Predicted Mean Votes with Expectancy Factor * Added a_pmv model - Adaptive Predicted Mean Vote 2.3.0 (2022-06-01) ------------------- * Added discomfort index 2.2.0 (2022-05-17) ------------------- * Implemented a better equation to calculate the mean radiant temperature 2.1.1 (2022-05-17) ------------------- * Fixed how DISC is calculated 2.1.0 (2022-04-20) ------------------- * Added Physiological Equivalent Temperature (PET) model * In PMV and PPD function you can specify if occupants has control over airspeed 2.0.2 (2022-04-12) ------------------- * UTCI accepts lists as inputs 2.0.0 (2022-04-07) ------------------- .. warning:: Version 2.0.0 introduces some breaking changes. 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Wrapped set and pmv functions 1.0.6 (2020-07-24) ------------------ * Minor speed improvement changed math.pow with ** * Added validation PMV validation table from ISO 7730 1.0.4 (2020-07-20) ------------------ * Improved speed calculation of the Cooling Effect * Bisection has been replaced with Brentq function from scipy 1.0.3 (2020-07-01) ------------------ * Annotated variables in the SET code. 1.0.2 (2020-06-11) ------------------ * Fixed an error in the bisection equation used to calculated Cooling Effect. 1.0.0 (2020-06-09) ------------------ * Major stable release. 0.7.0 (2020-06-09) ------------------ * Added equation to calculate the dynamic clothing insulation 0.6.3 (2020-04-11) ------------------ * Fixed error in calculation adaptive ASHRAE * Added some examples 0.6.3 (2020-03-17) ------------------ * Renamed function to_calc to t_o * Fixed error calculation of relative air speed * renamed input parameter ta to tdb * Added function to calculate mean radiant temperature from black globe temperature * Added function to calculate solar gain on people * Added functions to calculate vapour pressure, wet-bulb temperature, dew point temperature, and psychrometric data from dry bulb temperature and RH * Added authors * Added dictionaries with reference clo and met values * Added function to calculate enthalpy 0.5.2 (2020-03-11) ------------------ * Added function to calculate the running mean outdoor temperature 0.5.1 (2020-03-06) ------------------ * There was an error in version 0.4.2 in the calculation of PMV and PPD with elevated air speed, i.e. vr > 0.2 which has been fixed in this version * Added function to calculate the cooling effect in accordance with ASHRAE 0.4.1 (2020-02-17) ------------------ * Removed compatibility with python 2.7 and 3.5 0.4.0 (2020-02-17) ------------------ * Created adaptive_EN, v_relative, t_clo, vertical_tmp_gradient, ankle_draft functions and wrote tests. * Added possibility to decide with measuring system to use SI or IP. 0.3.0 (2020-02-13) ------------------ * Created set_tmp, adaptive_ashrae, UTCI functions and wrote tests. * Added warning to let the user know if inputs entered do not comply with Standards applicability limits. 0.1.0 (2020-02-11) ------------------ * Created pmv, pmv_ppd functions and wrote tests. * Documented code. 0.0.0 (2020-02-11) ------------------ * First release on PyPI.

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