Multi-sensor approach to estimate the thermo-hygrometric comfort using new textiles and designs in cycling clothes
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At: World Congress of the International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO) ; Belfast ; 3.9.2018 - 6.9.2018 ; The performance of athletes doing outdoor sport activities, such as cycling, is highly affected by the thermo-hygrometric comfort which depends on environmental and individual factors, such as geographical characteristics, season of the year, actual weather condition, physical and physiological state, and very important, the characteristics of personal garment that should protect the individual athlete. In this study, we use a multi-sensor approach to estimate thermo-hygrometric comfort of new textiles and designs in cycling clothes. The method relies on a simplified transfer of heat-moisture transport model over multiple layers
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