|age_||age_||An age of the person.
If not supplied, default value of 35 will be used.
1 or "male"
2 or "female"
3 or "average sex".
If not supplied, "male" will be used as a default value.||Goo|
If not supplied default value of 175 cm will be used.
If not supplied default value of 75 kg will be used.
|bodyPosition_||bodyPosition_||Position of person's body.
1 or "sitting" for sitting position.
2 or "standing" for standing position.
3 or "crouching" for crouching position.
If not supplied, 2 (standing) will be used as a default value.||Goo|
|clothingInsulation_||clothingInsulation_||Clothing insulation of a person in "clo" units.
It ranges from 0 (nude person) to 4 (polar outfit).
Overall clo value can be determined by adding individual clo values for each type of clothes, based on a clo values table ( http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/clo-clothing-thermal-insulation-d_732.html )
A more simplified approch would be:
0.20 - very light summer clothes (shorts/skirt, t-shirt, slippers, no socks)
0.55 - summer clothes (light trousers, short sleeves or blouse)
1 - street-business suit or Typical indoor winter clothing
1.5 - suit and cotton coat
2 - winter suit and coat
2.58 - firefighting clothes
4 - heavy polar outfit (fur pants, coat, hood, gloves...)
If not supplied it will be caclulated for each hour based on air temperature, with minimal 0.5 and maximal 4.1 clo values.
|clothingAlbedo_||clothingAlbedo_||Average clothing and skin albedo of a person.
Ranges from 0 to 100%. In theory clothes-skin albedo of 0 would absorb, while 100% will reflect all solar radiation.
Some of the examples:
light colored (white and bright clothes) - 57 %
dark colored (black and gray clothes) - 21 %
medium colored (any clothes colors between upper two) - 37 %
protective polyethylene/aluminium suits - 95 %
If not supplied 37% (medium colored) will be used as a default.
|acclimated_||acclimated_||Determine whether the test person had previously experienced heat/cold stress.
"acclimated" or True if person in subject is acclimatized,
"unacclimated" or False if it's not.
If no value is supplied, True (acclimated) will be used by default.||Goo|
|metabolicRate_||metabolicRate_||Activity's metabolic rate in mets. If not supplied 2.32 will be used as default value
Here are some of the examples of metabolic rates mets based on activity:
Activity - met
Reclining - 0.8
Seating - 1.0
Car driving - 1.2
Sedentary activity (office, dwelling, school, laboratory) - 1.2
Standing - 1.2
Standing (light activity: shopping, laboratory, light industry) - 1.6
Standing (medium activity: shop assistant, domestic work) - 2.0
Walking (4 km/h) - 2.32
Walking (5 km/h) - 3.4
Washing dishes standing - 2.5
Domestic work (raking leaves on the lawn) - 2.9
Domestic work (washing by hand and ironing) - 2.9
Iron and steel (ramming the mould with a pneumatic hammer) - 3.0
Building industry (brick laying) - 2.2
Building industry (forming the mould) - 3.1
Building industry (loading a wheelbarrow with stones and mortar) - 4.7
Forestry (cutting with chainsaw) - 3.5
Forestry (working with an axe) - 8.5
Agriculture (digging with a spade) - 6.5
Volleyball - 4.0
Golf - 5.0
Softball - 5.0
Gymnastics - 5.5
Aerobic Dancing - 6.0
Swimming - 6.0
Ice skating - 6.2
Bicycling (15 km/h) - 4.0
Bicycling (20km/h) - 6.2
Skiing (9 km/h) - 7.0
Backpacking - 7.0
Basketball - 7.0
Handball - 8.0
Hockey - 8.0
Racquetball - 8.0
Soccer - 8.0
Running (8 km/h) - 8.5
Running (15km/h) - 9.5
If not supplied default value of 2.32 (walking 4 km/h or 1.1m/s) mets will be used.
|activityDuration_||activityDuration_||Duration of the activity sequence.
It should not be lower than 180 minutes (3 hours) and it should be dividable with 60 (meaning only full hour values are accepted: 180, 240, 300, 360, 420, 480, 540 ...)
If not supplied, default value of 480 minutes (8 hours) will be used.