With the rapid advancement of urban construction, urban subway construction in China has entered an advanced development stage and the thermal environment of subway stations has become a key factor affecting passengers' thermal comfort. To further understand the actual situation of the thermal environment of subway stations, field measurement and CFD simulation were carried out on a subway station hall in Wuhan from July to August 2021, and the thermal environment changes and influencing factors during subway operation were compared and analyzed. The present situation of the thermal environment in subway stations was analyzed, and some suggestions and measures for improving the thermal environment were put forward.
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