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Adaptive thermal comfort in office buildings: an Adaptive Predict Mean Vote model

In recent years, adaptive thermal comfort studies played a positive role in sustainability in buildings. The exploration of thermal adaptation in different regions, different types of buildings, and different demographic groups are the research trend internationally. Read more

High resolution methods for assessment of heat loss from plants and arrays of buildings.

PROJECT SUMMARY.  . With this project, we propose an investigation into a variety of dynamics and effects produced by the interaction of an array of buildings (or a set of heat sources in an industrial plant or in a power plant) with a cross flow (horizontal wind). Read more

Monitoring Buildings, Volcanoes and Seismic Activity Using Large Ring Laser Gyroscopes

Description. Monitoring Buildings, Volcanoes and Seismic Activity Using Large Ring Laser Gyroscopes. A ring laser is a self-excited optical oscillator employing a cavity where the round trip path encloses a finite area. Read more

Large Eddy Simulation Around Buildings (LES)

Computational Wind Engineering has been developing rapidly over the last couple of decades. Among the numerical techniques, Large Eddy Simulation (LES) is capable of simulating complex unsteady turbulent flows, which is very useful for applications such as wind-induced noise/vibrations around buildings and structures. Read more

Understanding the main factors involved in oversizing the building environmental systems and impacts of oversizing on the performance of energy and environmental systems

Heating, cooling, and ventilation systems in buildings are often sized at capacities exceeding the demand for these services. This can result in inefficient operation, higher initial and operational costs, and larger environmental impacts. Read more

Looking to the future: Monitoring Indoor Air Quality in buildings

  Research Group: School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
The overall objective is to generate and test out a system to monitor building indoor air quality (IAQ) to avoid the difficult situation the world has suffered… Read more

CNT/cement nanocomposite materials for structural applications for buildings

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) with remarkable mechanical and electrical properties have been used for enhancement of mechanical properties of polymer matrix materials but its capability for enhancement of cement based materials has not been widely explored yet. Read more

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