Liping Wang

Liping Wang

Simulation Research Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road MS 90R3147
Berkeley CA 94720
(510) 486-4000

Liping Wang is a Mechanical Engineering Postdoc in the Simulation Research Group. Her current research interests include energy efficient building systems, building energy simulation, fault detection and diagnostics. Prior to joining LBNL, she was a research engineer in Energy System Lab at Texas A&M University. She also has postdoctoral research experience on zero energy building projects from Wales School of Architecture at Cardiff University, United Kingdom. Liping received her Ph.D. degree in Building Technology from National University of Singapore. Her dissertation focused on coupling building simulation and CFD for the prediction of thermal performance of facade for naturally ventilated residential buildings. Liping received her Bachelor and Master degrees in HVAC Engineering from Xi’an University of Arch. & Tech., China.

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Publications

2008

Wang, Liping, and Nyuk Hien Wong. "Coupled simulations for naturally ventilated residential buildings." Automation in Construction 17, no. 4 (2008): 386-398.

2007

Wang, Liping, and Julie Gwilliam. "Discussion of strategies for UK zero energy building design." In 2nd PALENC conference and 28th AIVC conference., 2007.

2006

Wang, Liping, and Nyuk Hien Wong. "A coupling method to increase the accuracy of natural ventilation prediction in thermal simulation program." In the 2nd International conference on sustainable architecture and urban design in tropical regions, Jogjakarta., 2006.
Wang, Liping, and Angui Li. "A numerical study of Trombe wall for enhancing stack ventilation in buildings." In The 23rd International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Geneva., 2006.
Wang, Liping, and Nyuk Hien Wong. "Coupling between the CFD simulation and building simulation for better prediction of natural ventilation." In the 2nd International conference on sustainable architecture and urban design in tropical regions, Jogjakarta., 2006.

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