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Microclimatic urban climate models make it possible to assess the effects of individual trees, façade designs or building constellations. The actual and planned state can be compared with each other and differences can be determined. The thermal complex explains how, for example, solar radiation, wind and humidity, but also thermal radiation from buildings or shadows affect people's perception of heat. We therefore work in the microclimatic range with the so-called physically equivalent temperature (PET), which is calculated from these parameters.

To calculate PET and many other parameters (including air temperature, radiation temperature or wind), we use the ENVI-met software.