Characterized Temperature and Humidity for Classroom Comfort Zone in Bali
Thermal comfort conditions were result from a desirable combination of temperature, humidity, air movement, and air cleanliness. The thermal comfort have a significant impact on people’s productivity and health. This study written as a result of theoretical and practical research, conducted a series of experiments aimed at characterization on classroom comfort zone in a tropical climate in Bali. A series experiment was conducted in an air conditioning simulation process. Through experimental study, temperature and relative humidity are studied. The experiments were conferred with reference literature to correlate the standard comfort. The obtained results indicate to improve comfort in hot-humid environment were to control the temperature and humidity.