"Then again, 22C is cool, but comfy (PMV = 0.007), with vel = 0.1 m/s
clo = 1 insulation. Raising vel to 0.5 and lowering clo to 0.5 makes 35
65% comfy (slightly cool, with PMV = -0.54, on a scale from -3 = cold
= hot), according to the BASIC program in the ASHRAE 55-2004 comfort
so he might have just used a ceiling fan on that day... 28C at 35% with
= 0.5 and vel = 0.5 is "slightly warm" in the comfort zone, with PMV 0.23"
You are simply too much, at clo=butt naked, anyone enduring a dewpoint
of about 81.5F is not going to be comfortable and would be seeking air
I endured a month of conditions similar to what you are postulating
during a prolonged power outage after a Cat 5 storm, and with a small
gen running ceiling fans and floor fans, it was no where near
After I salvaged a small window shaker AC that the gen could run, I
managed to pull the house down to 83F and 68% RH, about a 71.4F
dewpoint and compared to what it was like before with an 81.5 dewpoint
it felt good but it was still a far cry from comfortable.