Prof. Dr. Jan Carmeliet

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Professor of Building Physics

Evaluation of the Filtered Noise Turbulent Inflow Generation Method.
Jonas Allegrini, and Jan Carmeliet
Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, (2017) Berlin: Springer.
Insights from modeling dynamics of water sorption in spherical particles for adsorption heat pumps.
A.I. Radu, Thijs Defraeye, J. Ruch, D. Derome, and J. Carmeliet
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, (2017) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Entropic lattice Boltzmann models for thermal and compressible flows.
Nicolò Frapolli
Diss., Zürich, ETH Zürich (2017)
A review on advanced imaging technologies for the quantification of wicking in textiles.
Marcelo Parada, D. Derome, R.M. Rossi, and Jan Carmeliet
Textile Research Journal, (2017) London: Sage.
Optimising urban energy systems: Simultaneous system sizing, operation and district heating network layout.
Boran Morvaj, Ralph Evins, and Jan Carmeliet
Energy, (2016) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Robust moisture reference year methodology for hygrothermal simulations.
Xiaohai Zhou, Dominique Derome, and Jan Carmeliet
Building and Environment, (2016) Oxford: Elsevier.
Assessment of a one-way nesting procedure for obstacle resolved large eddy simulation of the ABL.
Marcel Vonlanthen, Jonas Allegrini, and Jan Carmeliet
Computers & Fluids, (2016) Kidlington: Elsevier.
Impact of radiation exchange between buildings in urban street canyons on space cooling demands of buildings.
Jonas Allegrini, Viktor Dorer, and Jan Carmeliet
Energy and Buildings, (2016) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Electrical conductivity sensors for water penetration monitoring in building masonry materials.
M. Guizzardi, Dominique Derome, David Mannes, Roger Vonbank, and Jan Carmeliet
Materials and Structures, (2016) Dordrecht: Springer.
Transport of Polar and Nonpolar Liquids in Softwood Imaged by Neutron Radiography.
Guylaine Desmarais, Marjan S. Gilani, Peter Vontobel, Jan Carmeliet, and Dominique Derome
Transport in Porous Media, (2016) Berlin: Springer.
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