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European Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology


In the dynamic landscape of modern building automation, this research paper intricately delves into the paradigm shift represented by human-centric HVAC control systems. The central focus of this exploration is the pursuit of an optimal equilibrium between occupant comfort and energy efficiency, marking a significant departure from conventional approaches. As contemporary buildings evolve into smarter, more responsive entities, the study investigates the innovative methodologies, cutting-edge technological advancements, and the profound psychological dimensions involved in tailoring HVAC systems to prioritize human well-being. This research undertakes a comprehensive examination of the multifaceted dimensions inherent in human-centric HVAC control, dissecting the intricate interplay between comfort-centric design principles and sustainable energy practices. By shedding light on the latest developments and emerging trends, the paper aims to contribute valuable insights into the transformative potential of human-centric HVAC control systems. Beyond merely adapting to occupants' needs, the envisioned environments strive to elevate the human experience while upholding the fundamental principles of sustainable and efficient energy consumption. Through a synthesis of research findings, technological advancements, and psychological considerations, this paper endeavors to present a holistic view of the complex relationship between occupants and their built environments. The ultimate goal is to guide future HVAC system designs toward a harmonious integration of comfort, well-being, and energy efficiency, thereby setting a new standard for the ever-evolving field of building automation.




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