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ASHRAE Journal Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2017
ASHRAE Transactions Academic Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2019
  • Chronological Variations in ASHRAE Handbook Refrigerant Thermodynamic and Transport Properties from 1981 to 2017.
  • Geothermal Heat Pumps--Simply Efficient.
  • Performance Evaluation of a Three-Fluid Liquid Desiccant Membrane Air-Conditioning System.
  • A New Algorithm to Measure the Convergence of PSO with an Application to Hydronic Design in Buildings.
  • A Preliminary Analysis on the Use of Low-Cost Data Streams for Occupant-Count Estimation.
  • Load Forecasting and Equipment Sequencing in a Central Heating and Cooling Plant: A Case Study.
  • Analysis on Applicability and Feasibility of Popularizing the Naphthalene Sublimation Technique in Island-Reef Areas.
  • Fire Hazard Analysis of Energy-Saving, High-Volume Low-Speed (HVLS) Fan Systems in Large Spaces.
  • Achieving Health and Comfort in High-Rise Residential Buildings by Using a Dynamic-Hybrid Air Permeable Ceiling (DHAPC).
  • Uncertainty Analysis of a Numerical Performance Model for an Inflatable Fabric Evaporative Cooling Tower.
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Application in Building Envelope Thermal Energy Assessment in Saudi Arabia.
  • Occupant Window Usage and Cooling Energy Consumption: A Case Study.
  • Best Practices for Full-Scale Testing and Energy Savings, Daylighting and Visual Comfort Evaluation of Dynamic Shading.
  • Modeling and Analysis of Compact Evacuated Tube with PCM for a Tank-Less Solar Water Heating System.
  • Model Predictive Control of Cool Thermal Energy Storage Under Different Electricity Rate Structures.
  • Using Text Analytics on Operator Logbooks for Performance Benchmarking: A Case Study.
  • An Interactive Building Control for the Integrative HVAC System Featuring Personalized Cooling in Office Buildings.
  • Data-Driven Leakage Detection in Air-Handling Units on a University Campus.
  • Defining Typical Occupancy Schedules and Behaviors in Residential Buildings Using the American Time Use Survey.
  • Bio-Sensing and Reinforcement Learning approaches for Occupant-Centric Control.
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    Builder Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2006
  • Boulder, Colo.
  • Builder plans: featuring new plans from the nations leading designers.
  • What's new on Builder Online: blogs away!
  • Urgent care: with sales slowing, cancellations need to be avoided at all costs. Here's how to keep the deal alive.
  • Fast track 2006: experience has never been more valued than right now, as builders deal with the double whammy of robust competition and weakening...
  • Waiting game: Builders say sweeter sales incentives add value to their products. But buyers are still holding out for better deals.
  • Uncharted territory: starts and sales in many previously hot markets are way down, and the situation probably will get worse before it gets better....
  • A happy ending: for once, a builder and a developer are the good guys in what could have been a Washington NIMBY battle of epic proportions.
  • Hot sellers: sold out! Fast-moving communities.
  • Safe at work.
  • New horizons: the Research Center begins construction of a new specialized material and structural testing laboratory.
  • Key resource.
  • History repeats: responses to an NAHB survey on affordability issues echo those of the early '90s, suggesting that builders need to pull out all the...
  • A week of giving: thanks to the efforts of many, Habitat for Humanity's Home Builders Blitz 2006 was a great success.
  • Build ESL skills.
  • Stay on track: new project management software is geared for small and midsize builders.
  • The big picture: a new version of QuickBooks gives builders a better view of their business.
  • Grande standard: a condo developer in Philadelphia offers a full home-technology package as standard.
  • It's laundry time: a new Internet Home Alliance pilot program looks to use technology to ease the pain of doing laundry.
  • Fiberglass menagerie: the industry's most basic insulation gets an update.
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    Buildings Trade Magazine/Journal Mar 1, 2020
    Cement Americas Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2010
    Concrete Products Trade Magazine/Journal Mar 1, 2020
    Concrete Products (Online Exclusive) Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 2, 2010
    Construction & Demolition Recycling Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2007
    Hardware Retailing Trade Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2020
    HVAC & R Research Academic Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2012
  • Development of a calibration reference device for use with test standard ANSI/ASHRAE 52.2-2007 (RP-1466).
  • Impact of geometry of a sedentary occupant simulator on the generated thermal plume: experimental investigation.
  • Spatial distribution of fluence rate from upper-room ultraviolet germicidal irradiation: experimental validation of a computer-aided design tool.
  • Equivalence in ventilation and indoor air quality.
  • Are intelligent agents the key to optimizing building HVAC system performance?
  • A simplified combined displacement and personalized ventilation model.
  • Flow pattern and thermal comfort in office environment with active chilled beams.
  • The aerodynamic behavior of respiratory aerosols within a general patient room.
  • Numerical comparison between energy and comfort performances of radiant heating and cooling systems versus air systems.
  • A new scale for representing the level of reaction in indoor air as affected by ventilation and source.
  • Field evaluation of thermal comfort and indoor environment quality for a hospital in a hot and humid climate.
  • Appraising healthcare ventilation design from combined infection control and energy perspectives.
  • Effects of various indoor environmental factors on the decay of chlorine dioxide gas concentration: implications of its use against pandemic...
  • Ultraviolet irradiance measurement and modeling for evaluating the effectiveness of in-duct ultraviolet germicidal irradiation devices.
  • Identifying index (source) patient location of SARS transmission in a hospital ward.
  • Exposure of health care workers and occupants to coughed airborne pathogens in a double-bed hospital patient room with overhead mixing ventilation.
  • Measurement of the concentration and size of aerosol particles and identification of the sources in orthopedic surgeries.
  • Co-occupant's exposure of expiratory droplets--effects of mouth coverings.
  • Assessment of the mixing air delivery system ability to protect occupants from the airborne infectious disease transmission using Wells-Riley...
  • Airborne cross-infection risk between two people standing in surroundings with a vertical temperature gradient.
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    Infrastructure Today Trade Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2010
    Material Handling Product News Trade Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2019
    Pool & Spa News Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 18, 2006
    Remodeling Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2006
    TendersInfo Trade Newswire Jul 28, 2010
    The Big Project Middle East Trade Magazine/Journal May 28, 2020
    Underground Construction Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2017

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