Prof. Dr. Jan Carmeliet

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Professor of Building Physics

Variability between domestic buildings: the impact on energy use.
Ralph Evins, Kristina Orehounig, and Viktor Dorer
Journal of Building Performance Simulation, (2016) Abingdon: Taylor & Francis.
Water uptake in clay brick at different temperatures: Experiments and numerical simulations.
Michela Guizzardi, Dominique Derome, and Jan Carmeliet
Journal of Building Physics, (2016) London: Sage.
Multiscale investigation and numerical modeling of imbibition, drainage and drying of a macroporous medium.
Sreeyuth Lal
Diss., Zürich, ETH Zürich (2016)
Universal rescaling of drop impact on smooth and rough surfaces.
J. B. Lee, N. Laan, K. G. de Bruin, G. Skantzaris, N. Shahidzadeh, D. Derome, J. Carmeliet, and D. Bonn
Journal of fluid mechanics, (2016) Cambridge MA, USA: Cambridge University Press.
A strategy for reducing CO2 emissions from buildings with the Kaya identity - A Swiss energy system analysis & case study.
Georgios Mavromatidis, Kristina Orehounig, Peter Richner, and Jan Carmeliet
Energy Policy, (2016) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Lattice Boltzmann modeling of two-phase flow in macroporous media with application to porous asphalt.
Soyoun Son
Diss., Zürich, ETH Zürich (2016)
Multiscale and turbulent Interactions for urban microclimate prediction.
Marcel Vonlanthen
Diss., Zürich, ETH Zürich (2016)
Coupled CFD, radiation and building energy model for studying heat fluxes in an urban environment with generic building configurations.
Jonas Allegrini, Viktor Dorer, and Jan Carmeliet
Sustainable Cities and Society, (2015) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Acoustically-induced slip in sheared granular layers: application to dynamic earthquake triggering.
Behrooz Ferdowsi, Michele Griffa, Robert Guyer, Paul A. Johnson, Chris Marone, and Jan Carmeliet
Geophysical Research Letters, (2015) Washington: American Geophysical Union.
Risk analysis of biodeterioration of wooden beams embedded in internally insulated masonry walls.
Michaela Guizzardi, Jan Carmeliet, and Dominique Derome
Construction and Building Materials, (2015) New York: Elsevier.
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