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An evaluation of energy efficiency measures in a Turkish campus building for thermal comfort and economic risk
(International Building Performance Simulation Association, 2015)
As new and retrofitted Turkish buildings adopt stateof-the-art energy efficiency measures, hidden risks associated with compromised thermal comfort and disappointing returns on investment could go unnoticed unless a building ...
Integrated engineering and architecture for the energy efficient academic buildings
(International Building Performance Simulation Association, 2015-12)
In this paper, we outline a comprehensive and integrated collaboration between engineering and architecture team to build an energy efficient building. Within the framework of the EU FP7 project, titled NEED4B, we have ...
Special Issue on the Second International Workshop on Micro- and Nano-Scale Thermal Radiation
Micro- and nano-scale thermal radiation has become one of the fastest growing research areas because of advances in nanotechnology and the development of novel materials. The related research and development includes ...
Pressure drop and heat transfer characteristics of nanofluids in horizontal microtubes under thermally developing flow conditions
This study presents pressure drop and heat transfer characteristics of water based nanofluids with TiO2 and Al2O3 nanoparticles of various mass fractions in horizontal smooth hypodermic microtubes with an outer diameter ...
Near- to far-field coherent thermal emission by surfaces coated by nanoparticles and the evaluation of effective medium theory
(The Optical Society, 2015)
Near-field thermal radiation may play significant role in the enhancement of energy harvesting and radiative cooling by new types of designer materials, which in turn can be crucial in the development of future devices. ...
Near-field thermal radiation transfer by mesoporous metamaterials
(The Optical Society, 2015-09-21)
In this work, we investigate the impact of nano-scale pores within structured metamaterials on spectral near-field radiative transfer. We use Finite Difference Time Domain Method (FDTD) and consider uniform and corrugated ...
Near-field thermal emission between corrugated surfaces separated by nano-gaps
Near-field thermal radiation with its many potential applications in different fields requires a thorough understanding for the development of new devices. In this paper, we report that near-field thermal emission between ...
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