1. Žana Stevanović, University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Serbia, Serbia
2. Gradimir Ilić, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Niš , Serbia
3. Mića Vukić , Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Niš , Serbia
4. Predrag Živković, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Niš , Serbia
5. Mladen Tomić, The School of Higher Technical Professional Education, Niš, Serbia
6. Ivan Lazović, University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Serbia, Serbia
Thermal comfort is a complex phenomenon, which is influenced by several parameters: environmental (physical), personal and psychological. Two of the most common indicators to quantitatively expressing thermal comfort and thermal sensation are Predicted Mean Vote (PMV) and Predicted Percent Dissatisfied (PPD) after Fanger (1970). In this paper, it has been represented statistical analysis of thermal comfort indicators based on EN ISO 7730. The presented results of statistical analysis were based on survey data of school children aged between 8 and 9 years old.