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A review of BIM-based energy analysis tools for leed certification process
In the recent years, there has been a growing interest among designers and owners to use systems developed to assess building performance with the intention of achieving sustainability in the construction industry. Estimating ...
Development of novel methodologies for rotational dynamics applications
In this thesis, a novel methodology is proposed to determine the parameters of a rotating unbalance in a rotor-bearing system. For that purpose, the weighted sum of squared difference between the analytical and predicted ...
Bio-based rheology modifying agents for cement-based materials
Recent developments in the construction sector lead to the possible implementation of advanced manufacturing techniques of cement-based materials. Such concrete production led to the development of high-performance ...
Evaluation of sustainable building design and its associated management tools in design offices : case of Iran
As the importance of sustainable development gained momentum, the extent to which it should be implemented remained a matter of concern. Among all, buildings are among the remarkable results of human activities that have ...
Side-channel attack to quantum communications by exploiting electromagnetic radiations of the single photon detectors
In this thesis an unprecedented cyber-physical attack which can be a game changer in the quantum cryptosystems' security is explained. This attack is the first non-optical patented intercept in quantum field that is based ...
Development of novel methodologies for the damage detection in mechanical systems
The present study examines the capability of various optimization algorithms and proposes novel hybrid algorithms for the more precise prediction of open-edge cracks in mechanical systems. The natural frequencies of the ...
Augmenting occupant thermal experience with cyber-physical-social systems : a case study on adaptive vents
Buildings use more than 30% of global energy, while 36% of this energy comes from direct combustion of fossil fuels. Hence, buildings constitute a considerable share of CO2 emissions and has a large contribution to climate ...
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