Chris van Dronkelaar
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A review of the energy performance gap and its underlying causes in non-domestic buildings
C Van Dronkelaar, M Dowson, E Burman, C Spataru, D Mumovic
Frontiers in Mechanical Engineering 1, 17, 2016
1582016
Identifying behavioural predictors of small power electricity consumption in office buildings
RM Tetlow, C van Dronkelaar, CP Beaman, AA Elmualim, K Couling
Building and Environment 92, 75-85, 2015
572015
Heating and cooling energy demand in underground buildings: potential for saving in various climates and functions
C Van Dronkelaar, D Cóstola, RA Mangkuto, JLM Hensen
Energy and Buildings 71, 129-136, 2014
402014
Underground buildings
C van Dronkelaar
72013
Underground buildings-Potential in terms of energy reduction
C Van Dronkelaar, J Hensen, D Cóstola, R Mangkuto
MSc. Thesis, Department of the Built Environment, Eindhoven University of …, 2013
42013
Quantifying the underlying causes of a discrepancy between predicted and measured energy use
C van Dronkelaar, M Dowson, C Spataru, E Burman, D Mumovic
Frontiers in Mechanical Engineering 5, 20, 2019
22019
Assessing the Potential of Ventilated Façades on Reducing a Buildings’ Thermal Load using Decoupled COMSOL simulations
C van Dronkelaar, AWMJ van Schijndel
Proceedings of the 2012 COMSOL Conference in Milan, 2012
12012
Quantifying and mitigating differences between predicted and measured energy use in buildings
C Van Dronkelaar
UCL (University College London), 2018
2018
Assessing the Potential of Ventilated Facades on Reducing a Buildings' Thermal Load Using Decoupled COMSOL Simulations
AWMJ van Schijndel, C van Dronkelaar
Utilising Meta-model Based Optimisation to Determine the Effects of Data Granularity on Model Calibration Accuracy
C van Dronkelaar, M Dowson, C Spataru, D Mumovic
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