Get a Quantitative Analysis of Human Thermal Comfort
The Human Thermal Extension is comprised of detailed human models to accurately simulate how the human will perform in transient and multi-dimensional scenarios. Engineering teams in cabin comfort, seat modeling, HVAC systems, clothing, and even wearables can develop a true understanding of their users and the time it takes to achieve thermal comfort.
Build Better Models with our Database
This extension works within TAIThermTM to provide a transient analysis of the human based on activity level, clothing layers, and vehicle or weather conditions. It contains a large database of human models with both male and female physiology and many clothing options. The database allows you to set up simulations quicker and create models to meet your design specifications.
Berkeley Comfort Model
The Berkeley Comfort Model is an advanced metrics system integrated into the Human Thermal Extension to assess localized thermal comfort. It allows you to analyze how comfortable a human is in your design at precise points on the human body.
Male & Female Models
The Human Thermal Extension contains built-in male and female descriptions that are scalable by height, weight, and body fat content. This information offers a better look at thermal management for different human bodies.
Customizable Human Physiology Model
In the Human Thermal Extension, you can simulate the human model based on physical fitness and climate changes, allowing you to understand sweat rates, shivering rates, and blood flow. It also predicts skin and core temperatures to give you a complete understanding of human thermal comfort.