Prof. Dr. Jan Carmeliet

Professor of Building Physics

Influence of the underneath cavity on buoyant-forced cooling of the integrated photovoltaic panels in building roof. A thermography study
Parham A. Mirzaei, and Jan Carmeliet
Progress in photovoltaics, 23.1 (2015): 19-29.
Multi-scale dependent domain modeling for the study of sorption-induced deformation of nano-porous materials
Jan Carmeliet, Vikram Reddy Ardham, Alicia Kim, Robert Guyer, and Dominique Derome
(2014)
Investigation of Water Uptake in Porous Asphalt Concrete Using Neutron Radiography
Sreeyuth Lal, Lily D. Poulikakos, Marjan Sedighi Gilani, Iwan Jerjen, Peter Vontobel, Manfred N. Partl, Jan C. Carmeliet, and Dominique Derome
Transport in porous media (TiPM), 105.2 (2014): 431-450.
Computational derivation of irradiance on building surfaces. An empirically-based model comparison
Kristina Orehounig, Sokol Dervishi, and Ardeshir Mahdavi
Renewable energy, 71 (2014): 185-192.
Advanced computational modelling for drying processes. A review
Thijs Defraeye
Applied energy, 131 (2014): 323-344.
Emulating site-specific wind flow information for use in building energy simulations
R. Evins, J. Allegrini, and P. Moonen
(2014)
Projections of design implications on energy performance of future cities. A case study from Vienna
Kristina Orehounig, Ardeshir Mahdavi, Eva-Maria Doppelbauer, Wolfgang Loibl, and Tanja Tötzer
Sustainable Cities and Society, 12 (2014): 92-101.
Dynamics of biocide emissions from buildings in a suburban stormwater catchment. Concentrations, mass loads and emission processes
Ulla E. Bollmann, Jes Vollertsen, Jan Carmeliet, and Kai Bester
Water Research, 56 (2014): 66-76.
Liquid uptake in Scots pine sapwood and hardwood visualized and quantified by neutron radiography
Marjan Sedighi-Gilani, Peter Vontobel, Lehmann Eberhard, Jan Carmeliet, and Dominique Derome
Materials and structures, 47.6 (2014): 1083-1096.
Crystallization of hydrated and anhydrous salts in porous limestone resolved by synchrotron X-ray microtomography
Hannelore Derluyn, Jan Dewanckele, Matthieu N. Boone, Veerle Cnudde, Dominique Derome, and Jan Carmeliet
Nuclear instruments & methods in physics research. Section B, 324 (2014): 102-112.
 
 
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